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Secret Feminist Agenda

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Welcome to Secret Feminist Agenda, a new podcast project by one half of the team behind Witch, Please.

Every week I’m going to talk to a feminist about their nefarious and insurgent plans for overthrowing the patriarchy. So tell me: what’s your secret feminist agenda?
 

 

Scholarly Reviews

WLU Press, in collaboration with Hannah McGregor, scholar and podcaster at Simon Fraser University/Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing, is working to devise a new editorial methodology for the evaluation, editorial and production revision, peer review, and design and dissemination of podcasts as a unique form of scholarly communication. Dr. McGregor’s Secret Feminist Agenda is our pilot scholarly podcast and we invite you to read the open peer reviews of the SFA's complete first season.

Reviewer Commentary

Cheryl E. Ball, PhD

Cheryl E. Ball, PhD

Director, Digital Publishing Collaborative at Wayne State University Libraries
Editor, Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy
Executive Director, Council of Editors of Learned Journals

Review

Amanda L. French, PhD

Amanda L. French, PhD

Scholarly communication and digital humanities research, teaching, grant writing, and project management

   

Review

Response by podcast creator Hannah McGregor

Response by podcast creator Hannah McGregor

Assistant Professor of Publishing at Simon Fraser University
Co-creator of Witch, Please, a feminist podcast on the Harry Potter world
Creator of the weekly podcast Secret Feminist Agenda

Review

Season 1 Episodes

Episode 1.0: Let’s Start Something
Episode 1.1: Eyeliner & Astrology With Xine Yao 
Episode 1.2: Social Media & Moana With Lucia Lorenzi 
Episode 1.3: Little Tiny Things and Big Huge Questions With Rebecca Caines and Michelle Stewart 
Episode 1.4: Hufflepuff Self Care With Kaarina Mikalson 
Episode 1.5: Can(n)ons & Revolutions With Andrea Hasenbank 
Episode 1.6: Taking Up Space & Feeling Safe With Leslie Allin 
Episode 1.7: Basic Witches With Jaya Saxena and Jess Zimmerman 
Episode 1.8: Rising Signs & Anticapitalist Poetry With Adèle Barclay 
Episode 1.9: Emoji Faces & Feminist Friendship With Erin Wunker 
Episode 1.10: Baby Noises & Decoding Toxic Masculinity With Brenna Clarke Gray 
Episode 1.11: Lazy Women & Eating the Rich With Cynara Geissler 
Episode 1.12: Embracing “Good Enough” With Cynara Geissler Part Two! 
Episode 1.13: Laughing Disparagingly at the Google Memo Dude With Aadita Chaudhury
Episode 1.14: Doctor Who & Planning Podcasts in Pools With Eugenia and Toya
Episode 1.15: Rethinking Podcasts With This Guy (Points at Self)
Bonus Episode: Podcasting, Public Scholarship, and Accountability
Bonus Episode: Tis The Season for Feeling Feelings