STEAMpunks

Minisode 1 - Fun Facts Part 1

An episode of STEAMpunks

By Emily and Zach Shock
Women in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math throughout history. A proud part of the Pocket Podcast Network!

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Episode 7 - Clara Schumann
Get ready for this one, y'all, it's basically Emily and Zach geeking out over word painting and voice leading for half an hour. Learn about Clara Schumann, pianist and composer extaordinaire, on this weeks episode of STEAMpunks! ... Further Reading: Clara Schumann: The Artist and the Woman by Nancy B. Reich 12 Gedichte aus Friedrich Rückerts "Liebesfrühling", Op. 37: No. 2, Er ist gekommen in Sturm und Regen (Leidenschaftlich - Ruhig) performed by Edda Moser and Erik Werba . . . Check out more awesome podcasts like ours on the Pocket Podcast Network! . . . Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook @steampunkspod, and follow Emily on Twitter @shockn_awesome . . . Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro. 
28:56
August 17, 2019
Episode 6 - Mary Anning
We have returned to full power! And on that note. . . . She sells seashells on the sea shore. The shells she sells are seashells, I'm sure. For if she sells seashells on the seashore then I'm sure she sells seashore shells! ... Learn all about Mary Anning, the geologist responsible for the majority of fossil finds in the early days of geology and paleontology! ... Further Reading: Jurassic Mary: Mary Anning and the Primeval Monsters by Patricia Pierce Remarkable Creatures (novel) by Tracy Chevalier She Sells Seashells performed by Billy Murray . . . Check out more awesome podcasts like ours on the Pocket Podcast Network! . . . Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook @steampunkspod, and follow Emily on Twitter @shockn_awesome . . . Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro. 
35:15
July 31, 2019
Minisode 2 - Fun Facts Part 2
Uh oh, we done goofed.  We ran out of time to record full episodes while preparing for our trip, but we're here with some fun facts about future STEAMpunks to tide you over!   We'll be back with another minisode on the 17th, and a full and awesome episode about Mary Anning on the 31st.  Thanks for sticking with us :)  . . .  Check out more awesome podcasts like ours on the Pocket Podcast Network!  . . .  Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook @steampunkspod, and follow Emily on Twitter @shockn_awesome  . . . Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro. 
10:51
July 17, 2019
Minisode 1 - Fun Facts Part 1
Uh oh, we done goofed.  We ran out of time to record full episodes while preparing for our trip, but we're here with some fun facts about future STEAMpunks to tide you over!   We'll be back with another minisode on the 17th, and a full and awesome episode about Mary Anning on the 31st.  Thanks for sticking with us :)  . . .  Check out more awesome podcasts like ours on the Pocket Podcast Network!  . . .  Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook @steampunkspod, and follow Emily on Twitter @shockn_awesome  . . . Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro. 
09:05
July 3, 2019
Episode 5 - Sally Ride
It's a double-whammy of celebrations this week!  For both the celebration of Pride Month (Sally was also the first LGBT person in space!) and the 36th anniversary of her historic space flight, join us as we learn more about Sally Ride - the first American woman in space. . . . Further Reading: Who Was Sally Ride by Megan Stine Trailblazers: Poems of Exploration by Bobbi Katz Sally Ride: America's First Woman in Space . . . Check out more awesome podcasts like ours on the Pocket Podcast Network! . . . Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro. 
48:12
June 20, 2019
Episode 4 - Julie d'Aubigny
Happy Pride Month to all of our LGBTQ+ friends! To help celebrate, we're talking about somebody who would have one heck of a show to put on at a Pride event had they existed at the time. Learn about Julie d'Aubigny, Mademoiselle de Maupin - the sword fighting opera singer who loved men and women alike all across France! . . . Further Reading/Watching: Julie d'Aubigny - Duelist, Singer, Radical - Extra History Julie d'Aubigny: Princess of the Opera - Rejected Princesses . . . Check out more awesome podcasts like ours on the Pocket Podcast Network! . . . Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro. 
24:38
June 5, 2019
Episode 3 - Hedy Lamarr
TW: a short description of simulated sex in a movie and cruel directing decisions from 6:34 to 7:03, please skip if you want or need to!  . . . Woah!  We're on a network now!  What the heck!  We are so excited to be a part of the Pocket Podcast Network - quality programming right to your pocket. This week is all about someone once dubbed "The Most Beautiful Woman in the World" - who also invented the technology that allows wi-fi and bluetooth to even exist.  Meet Hedy Lamarr, actress and inventor, on this episode of STEAMpunks.  . . . Further Reading/Watching:  Extraordinary Women: Hedy Lamarr  Hedy Lamarr: The Most Beautiful Woman in Film by Ruth Barton  Hedy's Folly: The Life and Breakthrough Inventions of Hedy Lamarr, the Most Beautiful Woman in the World by Richard Rhodes  Hedy Lamarr by Colleen Cheslak - National Women's History Museum  . . . Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro. 
29:17
May 22, 2019
Episode 2 - Elzada Clover & Lois Jotter
Meet the first two women to survive the Colorado River - and discover some new cacti along the way!  Botanists Elzada Clover and Lois Jotter are the subject of our second episode, sponsored by the brilliant plantstagram @chubbyplantpeople!  Further Reading/Watching: University of Michigan Heritage Project: River Rat Grand Canyon Women: Lives Shaped by Landscape Chapter 9: Two Women, Three Boats, and a Plant Press Video - Down the Great River: Diary of a Cactus Hunter Video - Interview with Lois Jotter Cutter Part 1 Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro.
24:45
May 8, 2019
Episode 1 - Ada Lovelace
Welcome to STEAMpunks! Join wife and husband Emily and Zach Shock as they explore the lives of women in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math throughout history! For the subject of our first episode, we chose Ada Lovelace - the first computer programmer.  And not just the first woman computer programmer - the first one.  Period.  Of any and all genders!  How did she accomplish this in 19th century London?  Listen to find out! Further reading: - Ada Lovelace: Computer Programmer and Mathmetician by Avery Elizabeth Hurt - Wonder Women: 25 Innovators, Inventors and Trailblazers Who Changed History by Sam Maggs - Enchantress of Numbers: A Novel of Ada Lovelace by Jennifer Chiaverini Huge thanks to the band The Crypts for the use of their song Marie Curie (which is licensed under CC BY 4.0) for our intro and outro. *Note: Sorry about the audio - we promise it will be much better in episode 2, the first Wednesday of May 2019
30:31
April 3, 2019
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