AHA Topics

Research & Publications


Research Methods, Visual Culture


Asia, Middle East

Episode Description

Art critic Lee Weng Choy discusses his and curator Zoe Butt’s conversation on historical practice in contemporary art. And Kate Brown speaks with Martha Hodes about her article exploring the process of writing about her childhood experience as a passenger in an airplane hijacking in September 1970.

Show Notes

In this Episode

Mark Bradley (AHR editor, Bernadotte E. Schmitt Distinguished Service Professor of International History and the College at the University of Chicago)

Lee Weng Choy (art critic, President of the Singapore Section of the International Association of Art Critics)

Martha Hodes (Professor of History, New York University)

Kate Brown (Consulting Editor for AHR History Unclassified, Thomas M. Siebel Distinguished Professor in History of Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Daniel Story (Host and Producer, Digital Scholarship Librarian at UC Santa Cruz)


By Blue Dot Sessions

On the Hour

Chalk Chalk


Ferry Landing

Crem Valle


Strange Dog Walk


Produced by Conor Howard, Matt Hermane, and Daniel Story

Audio engineering and transcription support by Myles Rider-Alexis