The audio journal for
and free-thinking individuals.
Lost in Citations
An audio journal
In March 2020, Jonathan Shachter began a podcast called "Lost in Citations", intending to make contact with academics whom he had cited in his research articles. Joined by Chris Haswell in April 2020, this team of enthusiastic academics and online material creators seeks to form a new way for academics, educators, and free-thinkers to connect and share their work.
LostinCitations.com is an audio journal - we want voices from all levels of academia to have a platform upon which to share ideas. We invite submissions of your interviews with other academics.
Find out more information on our Guide for Contributors page.
You can view the works of our Contributors here.
As the ocean of citations becomes deeper by the day, let's get lost together and learn something new.
Including their profiles, links to their academic homepages, and interview keywords to help you choose which interviews you would like to listen to.
On this week's podcast:
#86 - November 24th - Eva Lantsoght (Universidad San Francisco de Quito)
Lantsoght, E. O., Tse Crepaldi, Y., Tavares, S. G., Leemans, K., & Paig-Tran, E. W. (2021). Challenges and Opportunities for Academic Parents During COVID-19. Frontiers in Psychology, 3353.
Coming soon on the podcast:
#87 - December 1st - Stuart Mclean (Momoyama Gakuin University)
McLean, S., Kramer, B., & Beglar, D. (2015). The creation and validation of a listening vocabulary levels test. Language Teaching Research, 19(6), 741-760.
#88 -December 8th - Isabel Pefianco Martin (Ateneo de Manila University)
Martin, I. P. (2019). Philippine English in retrospect and prospect. World Englishes, 38(1-2), 134-143.
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