The Children's Table Podcast: Topsy’s Afterlives: Brigitte Fielder on Black Girlhood, Past and Present
"Fielder shares her research on how children are held up as sites where racial histories are constructed, revisited, and reimagined, from Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin to Misha Green’s HBO series Lovecraft Country, from minstrel shows."
New Books Network: A Conversation with Brigitte Fielder
"In this episode: the importance of expanding the boundaries of academic theory through interdisciplinary studies, why you need to build and acknowledge your own support network, and a discussion of Brigitte Fielder's new book Relative Races."
PhDivas Podcast: Othello in America
"Race is messy, literally and figuratively, as Professor Brigitte Fielder argues in her project on the non-linear transferability of race in nineteenth-century America."
C19 Podcast: Staging William Wells Brown’s The Escape; or a Leap for Freedom, Brigitte Fielder with Mark H
"In 2018, Mark H. directed his production of William Wells Brown’s 1858 play, The Escape; or a Leap for Freedom at the Lenfest Center for the Arts in Harlem. In this episode of the podcast Brigitte Fielder interviews him about the production."
Edge Effects: Why Animal Studies Must Be Antiracist A Conversation with Brigitte Fielder and Bénédicte Boisseron
"Scholarly and activist discussions of animal oppression draw on the experiences of humans. As people seek to discuss and sometimes advocate for animals, they have often used examples of other kinds of oppression—including racism."