Papyrology and ethics in Ancient History (radio version)

Dr Rachel Yuen-Collingridge shares insights from her studies of papyrology including ideas about cultural receptions to new forms of knowledge communication technology in antiquity and thoughts on ethical approaches to studying Ancient History. Rachel is an associate lecturer with the Department of History and Archaeology at Macquarie University.

You can use the audio player above to hear the radio version that was broadcast on 2SER 107.3FM Sydney.

The extended podcast version of this conversation (which is twice as long) is available by subscribing for free to the Wide Open Air Exchange podcast. After you subscribe, look in your podcast library for the episode titled: “Papyrology, Dr Rachel Yuen-Collingridge“.

The Wide Open Air Exchange podcast is available via iTunes or Stitcher or Spotify or by searching for “Wide Open Air Exchange” at your preferred podcast platform.

Rachel was a guest on the Wide Open Air Exchange in early September 2022 and this radio version is being shared as part of a short holiday series while the podcast is on hiatus.

The radio version of the Wide Open Air Exchange is broadcast on 2SER 107.3FM Sydney and streaming at 2ser.com every Monday at 630pm AEDT and each Saturday at 1030am AEDT.

Image supplied by Dr Rachel Yuen-Collingridge for use by the Wide Open Air Exchange

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