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Nothing Never Happens: A Radical Pedagogy Podcast
is a journey into radical pedagogical theory + praxis. We connect with leading voices in critical teaching + learning. We engage a wide range of approaches across educational contexts — including but not limited to radical democratic, abolitionist, decolonial, feminist, queer, anarchist, and other popular grassroots models.

Meet Our Team!

Lucia Hulsether

Lucia Hulsether

Co-Host & Co-Producer

Lucia is an Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Skidmore College. She writes and teaches about the history of capitalism and labor; religion in the Americas; feminist, queer, and critical race theory; and theory and method in the study of religion. Long ago she was a student at Agnes Scott, where learned firsthand the power of democratic educational models.

Tina Pippin

Tina Pippin

Co-Host & Co-Producer
Tina is the Wallace M. Alston Professor of Bible and Religion at Agnes Scott College, a women’s college in Decatur, Georgia. She teaches religious studies, gender and women’s studies, and human rights. The author of numerous books and articles on critical pedagogy, and a winner of the American Academy of Religion Teaching Award, she is continually growing as a teacher-activist.

Aliyah Harris

Aliyah Harris

Editor & Audio Engineer
Aliyah is a student at Georgia State University, where she’s an accomplished musician and dancer. Besides leading the sound editing of Nothing Never Happens, she has contributed her original music for our intros and outros. She’s on the right in the adjacent picture, standing next to our former contributing podcast producer China Wilson.

Ella Stuccio

Ella Stuccio

Summer 2024 Intern

Bio Forthcoming!

Apollo ibn-Hasan

Apollo ibn-Hasan

Web Designer

Bio forthcoming!

Max Bowen + Mark McKee

Max Bowen + Mark McKee

Musicians
Together, Max and Mark make up the band Akrasis. Mark does the beats; Max does the raps. Check out their bandcamp page here. You can hear Max on guitar here

Honorable Mentions

Honorable Mentions

We are grateful for the many colleagues, students, and supporters who have helped us along the way. China Wilson and Calvin Burgamy, pictured with Tina above, provided pivotal early support to getting the podcast off the ground. Kennedy Thedford, Nusrat Sarwar, Percie Thompson, Sarah Friedland, and Emily Vinick have consulted with us about design and production over the years. Thank you!