Skip to Content

Search: {{$root.lsaSearchQuery.q}}, Page {{$root.page}}

Reverb Effect is a history podcast exploring how past voices resonate in the present moment. How do we make sense of those voices? What were they trying to say, and whose job is it to find out?

We'll dive deep into the archives, share amazing stories about the past, and talk with people who are making history now.

Presented by the University of Michigan Department of History.

Recent Episodes

Production Team

Host and Season Producer: Daniela Sheinin is a PhD candidate in the History Department, where she studies twentieth-century urban, cultural, and transnational histories of the United States. Her dissertation, “Staging Neighborhood: Making Queens in the Construction of New York’s Last Great Park,” examines the shifting ideas of neighborhood alongside the many phases of construction and deconstruction of an urban park. Her role in Reverb Effect is made possible by the Gerald S. Brown Digital Skills Internship program. 

Executive Producer: Gregory Parker

Editorial Board: Gregory Parker, Daniela Sheinin, Melanie Tanielian, Matt Villeneuve

Presented by the University of Michigan Department of History.

Special thanks to Matthew Lassiter and Sara Katz for their work in 2018-19 to kickstart Reverb Effect.