Pop Life Professor of Communication and Rhetorical Studies at Syracuse University, Kendall Phillips is joined by a collection of expert guests to discuss significant, work, events and milestones in popular culture.
Pop Life

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Professor of Communication and Rhetorical Studies at Syracuse University, Kendall Phillips is joined by a collection of expert guests to discuss significant, work, events and milestones in popular culture.

Most Recent Episodes

Pop Life: From the Top Rope

Kendall Phillips chats with Steve Granelli about the history of professional wrestling as a fixture of pop culture.

Pop Life: The Legitimacy of Graffiti

Kendall Phillips chats with Caitlin Bruce about the growing legitimacy of graffiti.

Pop Life: The Latest on Marvel Phase 4

Kendall Philipps chats with Seth Everett about expectations surrounding the latest Marvel releases.

Pop Life: The Evolving Role of Gaming in Pop Culture

Kendall Phillips chats with MIT Professor TL Taylor about the growth of eSports and online gaming.

Pop Life: Pop Culture Hits the Runway

Kendall Phillips talks with Canadian fashion designer Mic Carter.

Pop Life: Queering Popular Culture

Kendall Phillips chats with Professor Ramzi Fawaz about sexuality in popular culture.

Pop Life: The Evolution of Entertainment Journalism [PART TWO]

Kendall Phillips continues the conversation on the changing nature of entertainment journalism with Kahlil Johnson.

Pop Life: The Evolution of Entertainment Journalism [PART ONE]

Kendall Phillips chats with Morning Brew's Brandon Katz about a professional reporter's view of the changing nature of entertainment journalism.

Pop Life: Pop Culture as a Part of Everyday Conversation

Host Kendall Phillips talks to Professor Sylvia Sierra, author of Millennials Talking Media, about why we make pop culture references and what they means to us in everyday life.

Pop Life: Perception Shaped by Media

Kendall Phillips chats with American University Professor Sherri Williams about how the use of social media is changing marginalized communities.