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Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/2: #Bestof2021: The glass-strewn Atacama Desert twelve millennia after a comet bolide. Peter Schultz, @BrownUniversity, @BrownAlumniMag. David Livingston, SpaceShow.com (Originally posted November 16,, 2021) https://www.syfy.com/syfy-wire/comet-exploded-over-atacama-desert-revealed-by-glass https://pubs.geoscienceworld.org/gsa/geology/article/50/2/205/609354/Widespread-glasses-generated-by-cometary-fireballs
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/2: #Bestof2021: The glass-strewn Atacama Desert twelve millennia after a comet bolide. Peter Schultz, @BrownUniversity, @BrownAlumniMag. David Livingston, SpaceShow.com (Originally posted November 16,, 2021) https://www.syfy.com/syfy-wire/comet-exploded-over-atacama-desert-revealed-by-glass https://pubs.geoscienceworld.org/gsa/geology/article/50/2/205/609354/Widespread-glasses-generated-by-cometary-fireballs
Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
Ted Snider joins the show to run through some of the latest developments in Ukraine. They discuss the ever-expanding willingness to arm the Ukrainians with weapons that, until recently, were considered too provocative to supply. They also talk about some possible consequences of the drone strike at the Kremlin as well as the U.S. position on Crimea. Discussed on the show: “How Death Outlives War” (Cost of War Project) “Yemeni Civil War Unleashes a Plague of Locusts” (Antiwar.com) Stephanie Savell is the co-director of the Costs of War project at Brown University's Watson Institute. Savell is an anthropologist who studies security, militarized policing, and civic engagement in relation to the United States post-9/11 wars and policing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is the co-author of The Civic Imagination: Making a Difference in American Political Life. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you ran a survey at a science fiction convention to find out which movies were most popular with the general public, chances are good that the results would lean heavily towards sci-fi films. This skewing of data is plain to see in this context, but in many others it's less obvious and potentially more pernicious.In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we look at a bias that can distort information that we gather from the world around us.First, W. Joseph Campbell tells the story of the infamous Literary Digest election poll of 1936. The publication had correctly predicted several presidential elections in the 1920s and '30s and was considered the most reputable pollster of its day. They sent millions of surveys to people across the United States in advance of the 1936 election. But this time, their predictions couldn't have been further from the results.W. Joseph Campbell is a professor of communications at American University and author of Lost in a Gallup: Polling Failure in U.S. Presidential Elections.Next, Katy speaks with Emily Oster about research that shows how a bias in the way information is collected and presented can affect many decisions, especially ones related to health and parenting. You can read more in her latest book, The Family Firm: A Data-Driven Guide to Better Decision Making in the Early School Years.Emily Oster is the JJE Goldman Sachs University Professor of Economics at Brown University.Choiceology is an original podcast from Charles Schwab. For more on the series, visit schwab.com/podcast.If you enjoy the show, please leave a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ rating or review on Apple Podcasts. Important DisclosuresAll expressions of opinion are subject to change without notice in reaction to shifting market conditions.The comments, views, and opinions expressed in the presentation are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the views of Charles Schwab. Data contained herein from third-party providers is obtained from what are considered reliable sources. However, its accuracy, completeness or reliability cannot be guaranteed.The policy analysis provided by the Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., does not constitute and should not be interpreted as an endorsement of any political party.Investing involves risk, including loss of principal.The book, How to Change: The Science of Getting from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or endorsed by Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (CS&Co.). Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (CS&Co.) has not reviewed the book and makes no representations about its content. Apple Podcasts and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.Google Podcasts and the Google Podcasts logo are trademarks of Google LLC.Spotify and the Spotify logo are registered trademarks of Spotify AB.(0523-38JC)
Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
Scott was joined by Stephanie Savell of the Cost of War Project to discuss her organization's new report on indirect deaths in America's post-9/11 wars. Savell's research now points to between 4.5 million and 4.6 million indirect deaths that have already occurred in the countries affected by the wars as an indirect result of U.S. intervention. In this interview, Scott and Savell discuss the methods used, what constitutes indirect deaths vs. direct deaths and how the devastation differed from country to country. Discussed on the show: “How Death Outlives War” (Cost of War Project) “Yemeni Civil War Unleashes a Plague of Locusts” (Antiwar.com) Stephanie Savell is the co-director of the Costs of War project at Brown University's Watson Institute. Savell is an anthropologist who studies security, militarized policing, and civic engagement in relation to the United States post-9/11 wars and policing in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She is the co-author of The Civic Imagination: Making a Difference in American Political Life. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A new study by Brown University's Cost of War Project has estimated that post-9/11 wars launched by the west have directly and indirectly resulted in more than 4.5 million dead, most of them civilians. Also today, France, US, and UK set to begin training Ukrainians to pilot western fighter jets.
The Talent Angle with Scott Engler
While HR technology has made significant advances in the past few years, HR leaders still face challenges in delivering value to the organization through technology. Marcia Morales-Jaffe offers a path forward and shares insights from her experience as the former Chief People Officer of PayPal and World Fuel Services. Morales-Jaffe outlines how HR leaders can make the most of their technology investment and discusses the role that manager development, culture and change management play in the success of HR technology. Marcia Morales-Jaffe is a retired CHRO and Emeritus Member of the Gartner CHRO Global Leadership Board. She currently serves as Senior Advisor at McKinsey & Company's People & Organizational Performance Practice. Until 2017, Marcia was SVP, Chief People Officer at PayPal where she played an integral role in shaping culture and advancing its transformational business vision and social mission. Peter Aykens is Chief of Research in Gartner's Human Resources practice. Mr. Aykens is responsible for defining research coverage within the practice and building and leading research teams addressing client's key initiatives. In prior roles at the firm, he spent over 25 years leading research teams focused on banking and financial services strategy producing numerous studies that addressed business strategy, channel, marketing, customer experience and product issues in financial services. He holds a B.A. in Political Science from St. Olaf College; a MSc.(Econ) degree in International Politics from the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth; and a MA and Ph.D. in Political Science from Brown University.
Janene H. Fuerch, MD is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Neonatology at Stanford University Medical Center, as well as an innovator, educator, researcher and physician entrepreneur. She has an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Brown University and a medical degree from the Jacobs School of Medicine at SUNY Buffalo. At Stanford University she completed a pediatrics residency, neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship and the Byers Center for Biodesign Innovation Fellowship. She is the Assistant Director of the Stanford Biodesign Faculty Innovation Fellowship, Assistant Director for the UCSF-Stanford Pediatric Device Consortium funded by the FDA and core faculty at the Center for Pediatric and Perinatal Education or CAPE (a specialized simulation center at Stanford). Janene is the co-founder of Emme - a women's reproductive health company acquired by SimpleHealth in 2022. "Our mission is to put women's health in women's hands. We're starting with the birth control pill, because missed pills, hormone imbalance, and unplanned pregnancy are all too common parts of the pill experience."
Podcast summary:Do you ever imagine ways to not have to work anymore or get out of working?a side gig? a passive income gig? an active short term rental gig? expert witness? an accident? “Can I get hurt just a little bit so I can end up in the hospital for a few months.” an illness? “Can I get hurt just a little bit so I end up in the ICU in a coma but I still wake up.”Dr. Tammie Chang is a board-certified pediatric oncologist, award-winning author, TEDx speaker, leadership coach, podcast host and fierce national advocate for cultural change in healthcare. She is the Co-Founder of Pink Coat, MDthe Co-Founder and Director of ELEVATE, the American Medical Women's Association's Leadership Development Program for Women PhysiciansMedical Director of Provider Wellness for MultiCare Health SystemShe is the award-winning author of Boundaries for Women Physiciansthe co-author of How to Thrive as a Woman Physiciancreator and host of the LeadHER Podcast for Women Physicians. She has received numerous awards including Women We Admire's Top 50 Women Leaders of Washington for 20222022 American Stevie Business Awards Gold Maverick of the Year and Woman of the Year2022 Stevie American Women in Business Gold Woman of the Year in Healthcare AwardHealth 2.0's 2022 Outstanding Healthcare Leadership AwardDr. Chang received her M.D. degree from Brown University and completed her internal medicine/pediatrics residency at the University of Massachusetts and her pediatric hematology/oncology fellowship at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Dr. Chang is an ICF-certified leadership coach and received her coaching certifications from the Co-Active Training Institute and the International Coaching Federation. She has additional training and certifications from John Maxwell Leadership, Gallup CliftonStrengths, Crucial Conversations, and as a Playing Big Facilitator. Dr. Chang lives with her husband, Matthew, and their three fur babies in the beautiful Pacific Northwest: Golden retrievers Gus and Toby, and cat Mimi. Playing Chopin and Rachmaninoff on the piano and being outdoors with her family are the favorite moments in her day. Websiteswww.tammiechangmd.comwww.pinkcoatmd.comSocial Media IG: @tammiechangmd and @pinkcoat_mdTwitter: @tammiechangmd and @pinkcoat_mdFB: tammiechangmd and PinkCoatMDLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tammie-chang-md-254821195/
In this episode of Pekingology, Freeman Chair Jude Blanchette is joined by Tyler Jost – Assistant Professor in the department of Political Science at Brown University. They discuss how China's bureaucratic structure and politics impacts leader decision making.
Congress and state legislators are considering laws to restrict teen social media use, and school districts are suing social media companies for harming kids' mental health. Are parents and policy makers right to be so concerned? Jacqueline Nesi, PhD, of Brown University, talks about the research on social media and teens' mental health, whether it's possible to be addicted to social media, what teens themselves think about social media, and what parents can do to help their kids use social media in a healthy way. For transcripts, links and more information, please visit the Speaking of Psychology Homepage.
Sheri Dewan, MD is a full-time, board-certified neurosurgeon practicing in the metro Chicago area, affiliated with Northwestern Medicine. She is one of roughly two hundred board-certified women neurosurgeons in the United States. She completed her neurosurgery residency at Brown University and her graduate degree at Northwestern University. She is a proud board member of Women in Neurosurgery (WINS), the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, and American Association of Neurological Surgeons. Dr. Dewan donates her time performing charity surgery in Southern India and sits on multiple charity foundation boards. She is also currently studying business and finance at the University of Oxford Executive Education program in London, England. Dr. Dewan is trilingual and has lived in five countries. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, yoga, and spending time with her husband and three children. Resources: • Website:www.drsheridewan.com • Instagram: @drsheridewan Advertisers + Sponsors: • Shaman School: shamandurek.com/the-shaman-school • Lit Verified Store: shamandurek.com/lit-verified-shop Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stuff You Missed in History Class
Flemish painter Michaelina Wautier's style was realistic and detailed, with a dark, almost somber color palette. And for a long time, she remained an unknown, even among art historians. Research: Atkins, Christopher D.M. and Jeffrey Muller, editors. “Michaelina Wautier and The Five Senses: Innovation in 17th-Century Flemish Painting.” CNA Studies. December 2022. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 2022. Atkins, Christopher and Alyssa Trejo. Email correspondence. Center for Netherlandish Art, Museum of Fine Arts Boston. 4/12/2023. “Six Paintings by 17th-Century Artist Michaelina Wautier Sought by Rubens House.” 4/26/2017. https://www.codart.nl/art-works/six-paintings-17th-century-artist-michaelina-wautier-sought-rubens-house/ Dill, Vithória Konzen. “5 Things You Should Know About Michaelina Wautier.” Daily Art Magazine. 1/8/2023. https://www.dailyartmagazine.com/michaelina-wautier/ Esterow, Milton. “For Centuries, Her Art Was Forgotten, or Credited to Men. No More.” New York Times. 12/5/2022. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/12/02/arts/design/michaelina-wautier-artist-boston.html Kairis, Pierre-Yves. “Interview with Pierre-Yves Kairis.” MAS. https://mas.be/en/page/interview-pierre-yves-kairis Kimball, Jill. “Student-curated MFA Boston exhibition spotlights long-forgotten female Flemish painter.” Brown University. 12/7/2022. https://www.brown.edu/news/2022-12-07/wautier Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien. “Looking at the Overlooked: A live conversation on the life and work of Michaelina Woutier.” Via YouTube. 12/9/2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJArJm9kR7Q “Michaelina Baroque's Leading Lady.” Exhibition pamphlet. 2018. McCouat, Philip. “Forgotten Women Artists #4: Michaelina Wautier: Entering the Limelight After 300 Years.” Journal of Art in Society. 2019. https://www.artinsociety.com/forgotten-women-artists-4-michaelina-wautier-entering-the-limelight-after-300-years.html Museum of Fine Arts Boston. “Michaelina Wautier and ‘The Five Senses'.” https://www.mfa.org/gallery/michaelina-wautier-and-the-five-senses Needleman, Sam. “Michaelina's Boys.” The New York Review. 3/12/2023. https://www.nybooks.com/online/2023/03/12/michaelinas-boys/ Nordenfalk, Carl. “The Five Senses in Late Medieval and Renaissance Art.” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes , 1985, Vol. 48 (1985). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/751209 Van der Stighelen, Katlijne. “CHAPTER 6 Anna Francisca de Bruyns (1604/5–1656), Artist, Wife and Mother: a Contextual Approach to Her Forgotten Artistic Career.” Women and Gender in the Early Modern Low Countries, 2019. Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1163/j.ctvrxk3hp.12 Van der Stighelen, Katlijne. “‘Doing justice to an artist no one knows is quite an undertaking'.” Apollo Magazine. 7/2/2018. https://www.apollo-magazine.com/doing-justice-to-an-artist-no-one-knows-is-quite-an-undertaking/ Van der Stighelen, Katlijne. “Michaelina Wautier 1604-1689: Glorifying a Forgotten Talent.” Rubenshuis and BAI Publishers. Translated. 2018. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest today is Alex Korb PhD, a neuroscientist, writer, and coach. He has studied the brain for over 20 years, and is the bestselling author of The Upward Spiral: Using Neuroscience to Reverse the Course of Depression, One Small Change at a Time. He earned his undergraduate degree in neuroscience at Brown University and then later completed a Ph.D. in neuroscience at UCLA. He has published over a dozen peer-reviewed journal articles on depression, neuromodulation, and other topics. He is currently an adjunct assistant professor at UCLA in the department of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences as well as vice-president of research and development for BrainSonix. Outside of the lab he writes a popular blog on how the tendencies of your brain can ruin or enrich your life. As a speaker he educates, motivates, and inspires organizations to understand the neuroscience of wellbeing and put it into practice. As a consultant he works with companies and organizations to help them improve communication about neuroscience and enhance employee wellbeing. He has coached the UCLA Women's Ultimate Frisbee team for over 15 years, and is a 3 time award winner for USA Ultimate's Coach of the Year. His expertise extends into leadership and motivation, mindfulness, physical fitness, and even stand-up comedy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The new Netflix series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story adapts the real-life story of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, presenting her as a Black woman living in 18th-century England. There have long been rumours about Charlotte's real-life Black ancestry. To understand this complex situation, I sat down with two experts to learn more. ** Content warning: at around 1:33:25, the derogatory racial term "mulatto" is used twice, in a historical context. ** Stacey Morrell is a Ph.D. candidate at Brown University. Stacey works on the western Mediterranean throughout much of the Middle Ages (c.900-1520), with a particular emphasis on the relationship(s) between gender, sexuality, and power. Learn more about Stacey Murrell and her work YouTube video of Stacey's presentation on Madragana (her part is from 1:00:15 to 1:26:46) Follow Stacey on Twitter @theamyrlinseat Dr. Brooke Newman is an Associate Professor of history at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is a historian of early modern Britain and the British Atlantic, with a current special interest in the history of slavery, the abolition movement, and the British royal family. Learn more about Dr. Newman and her work Follow Dr. Newman on Twitter @DrBrookeNewman -- Support Vulgar History on Patreon -- Vulgar History is an affiliate of Bookshop.org, which means that a small percentage of any books you click through and purchase will come back to Vulgar History as a commission. Use this link to shop there and support Vulgar History. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Tech Trek, Amir interviews Charlie Greene, the co-founder, and CEO of Rimento. This mobile app allows users to collect and enrich their family's most treasured stories and memories. Charlie talks about his journey of chasing his passion and turning it into a business. He shares details about Rimento's science-backed framework for uncovering stories and how it provides the tools to record, organize, and share memories with loved ones. Charlie also discusses his responsibilities as CEO, including fundraising, finance, strategy, marketing, and partnerships. Overall, this episode offers insight into the intersection of personal interests and business growth. Notes: [00:02:31] Finding purpose through storytelling. [00:03:42] Importance of home video footage. [00:08:43] Career pivots and Steve Jobs. [00:12:06] Solving the problem of legacy. [00:14:11] Starting a Business. Just Start! [00:17:30] Building without code. [00:20:41] Importance of storytelling. [00:23:47] Contact Information. Guest: Charlie is the Co-Founder and CEO of Remento, an early-stage venture making it easier than ever to collect and enrich your family's most treasured memories. Before founding Remento, Charlie held a variety of media and storytelling roles, including as a speechwriter in the Obama Administration and Public Affairs Director at 21st Century Fox. Previously, Charlie was a consultant with Burson-Marsteller's crisis communications team and held multiple roles at NBC News. Charlie received a BA in Political Science from Brown University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-greene-2b649b23/ https://twitter.com/greenechar --- Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Tech Trek, and we would appreciate it if you would take a minute to rate and review us on your favorite podcast player. Want to learn more about us? Head over at https://www.elevano.com Have questions or want to cover specific topics with our future guests?
Ashley Chiampo is the Chief Learning Officer at the Emeritus Institute of Management, an online learning company. Shehas over 20 years of experience supporting people and organizations to reach learning goals and achieve greater effectiveness. Her background includes working with CXOs and senior leaders in small private companies, international development organizations, and multi-billion dollar publicly traded organizations. She focuses on creating and delivering meaningful learning experiences that can impact learner's lives. Ashley also holds an Adjunct Faculty position at Asia School of Business in Kuala Lumpur, an affiliate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to Emeritus, Ashley Chiampo ran an executive coaching company, New Global Mind and worked at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Ashley is a trained group facilitator and a certified executive coach with over 2000 hours of coaching practice. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) granted by the ICF. Previously she was a management consultant for the Boston Consulting Group and a mechanical engineer for PTC. Ashley holds an MBA degree from the Wharton School, an MS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and a BA from Brown University.
Jan Rocha is a British born journalist and writer who was correspondent for the BBC World Service and The Guardian in Brazil from the 1970s to the 90s and currently writes about politics for LAB (Latin America Bureau). Her books about Brazil include Murder in the Rainforest: The Yanomami, the Gold Miners and the Amazon and Cutting the Wire (the story of the Landless Movement in Brazil) with Sue Branford, for which they won a MacArthur Foundation grant in 1999. In 2020 she published Nossa Correspondente Informa, a selection of BBC stories broadcast during the Brazilian dictatorship. Her book about the work of CLAMOR, (the Committee for the Defence of Human Rights in the countries of the Southern Cone) which she helped create in 1978, will be launched in London on April 27th under the title "CLAMOR: The search for the disappeared of the South American dictatorships". She has twice won the Vladimir Herzog Human Rights prize for journalism, in the categories of radio and books. From 2003-4 she was coordinator of an ILO project investigating the extent of slave labor in Brazil. From 2013-2014 she was a consultant to the Brazilian Truth Commission. Brazil is going through challenging times. There's never been a more important moment to understand Brazil's politics, society, and culture. To go beyond the headlines, and to ask questions that aren't easy to answer. 'Brazil Unfiltered,' does just that. This podcast is hosted by James N. Green, Professor of Brazilian History and Culture at Brown University and the National Co-Coordinator of the U.S. Network for Democracy in Brazil. Brazil Unfiltered is part of the Democracy Observatory, supported by the Washington Brazil Office. This podcast is edited and produced by Camilo Rocha in São Paulo.https://www.braziloffice.org/en/observatory#activities
Courtney Voelker, MD, PhD (DPhil Oxon), is a Rhodes Scholar and board certified neurotologist. She is Director of Otology/Neurotology-Lateral Skull Base Surgery; and Director of the Adult & Pediatric Cochlear Implant Program at Pacific Neuroscience Institute. She is an otolaryngology – head & neck surgeon who takes care of adult and pediatric patients seeing a wide range of inner ear and skull base conditions. A Super Doctor Rising Star award recipient, she is committed to offering top quality, compassionate care to all her patients.Prior to joining PNI, Dr. Voelker was at USC Caruso Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Keck School of Medicine of USC as Division Chief of Otology, Neurotology and Lateral Skull Base Surgery, and the Director of the Pediatric Cochlear Implant program at Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). She has conducted leading-edge research on the physiology and diseases of the inner ear at Brown University, the University of Oxford, Washington University in St. Louis, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).Dr. Voelker has authored numerous research publications and textbook chapters in her field. She is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and the American Neurotologic Society.Dr. Voelker graduated with Honors from Brown University and earned her medical degree from The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. As a Rhodes Scholar she earned her PhD from the University of Oxford in developmental neurobiology. She completed her residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the Washington University (Barnes-Jewish Hospital) in St. Louis and her fellowship at the world-renowned House Ear Clinic in Los Angeles.Learn more about Dr. Voelker and other PNI Doctorshttps://www.pacificneuroscienceinstitute.org/people/courtney-voelker/
Military Historians are People, Too! A Podcast with Brian & Bill
Our guest today is Andrew J. Huebner, who clearly didn't think through the idea of recording live in the Odysea Waterfront Lounge at the Hilton Bayfront in San Diego, in the middle of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History! Thankfully, most military historians avoid bars, pubs, etc. (NOT!). But we had a great chat and the sound turned out ok, so thanks for your patience with the sound quality on this one! Andrew is Professor of History at the University of Alabama. He earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and his PhD from Brown University. Andrew was a visiting professor at Brown from 2004-2006 and a lecturer in History and English at Harvard during the same span. Since 2017, he has been an Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer. He is the author of Love and Death in the Great War (Oxford), which won the President's Book Prize from the Society for Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, and The Warrior Image: Soldiers in American Culture from the Second World War to the Vietnam Era (UNC), a Nota Bene selection of Chronicle of Higher Education. He is co-editor with John Giggie of Dixie's Great War (Alabama), and forthcoming titles The Cambridge History of War and Society in America (with Jennifer Keene), and Race and Gender at War (Alabama) with Friend-of-the-Pod Lesley Gordon. Andrew is also the co-author with Alan Brinkley and John Giggey of a popular American history textbook, The Unfinished Nation: A Concise History of the American People. In addition, his work has appeared in the Journal of American History, Film and History, The Sixties, American Studies, and Journalism History. His current project, Buffalo Soldiers and the Making of the United States Empire, s under contract with Liveright/W.W. Norton. Andrew has given talks all over the United States, is a frequent guest on history podcasts, and contributor and advisor to public history projects. He's a busy guy, but one of the most humble and enjoyable historians you'll come across. Join us for our chat with Andrew, as we discuss New Jersey, gender theory (or not), Modest Mouse, and even presidential aspirations, all while Andrew multi-tasks talking with us, enjoying a beer, AND watching the Alabama-San Diego State Sweet 16 match-up over our shoulders on the big bar TV (spoiler - the game didn't end well for Andrew)! As always, thanks for listening, please subscribe on whatever podcast service you use to Military Historians are People, Too, and all podcasts you enjoy, and don't forget to check out our Swag Store on Zazzle! Rec.: 03/24/2023
Brown Professor Wendy Schiller joins Gene to discuss Biden's age, controversial comments he made, and Trump in NH.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Timothy P. Flanigan, M.D. '16Hon., '18G, the former chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Brown University's Warren Alpert Medical School, presented this year's Fiondella Lecture. He shared stories from the front lines of the HIV, Ebola, and COVID health crises, describing how the humanities helped him through these challenging experiences.In 2016, Flanigan received an honorary degree from Providence College for his efforts in public health and service to the Diocese of Providence. In 2018, he completed a graduate degree in theology from PC, which he started while studying to become a deacon.The Fiondella Lecture was made possible by the generosity of Robert W. Fiondella '64, '16Hon. and Carolyn Fiondella.Subscribe to the Providence College Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, and YouTube. Visit Providence College on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, and LinkedIn.
The percentage of Black-owned farms in the U.S. has dropped from a peak of 14% in the 1920s to just 2% today. In California, less than 1% of land is owned by Indigenous people. As part of KQED's Youth Takeover week Marin Academy junior Finn Does brings together a panel of local Indigenous, Black, and queer farmers who all purchased farmland during the pandemic to help their communities connect and thrive in relationship to the earth. Forum talks about the BIPOC land stewardship movement and nurturing ancestral roots. Guests: Pandora Thomas, Afro-Indigenous land steward and founder, EARTHseed Farm in Sebastopol, CA. Thomas played a leading role in founding the Black Permaculture Network, a platform where Afro-Indigenous people share practices. Nikola Alexandre, co-founder and stewardship lead, Shelterwood Collective in Sonoma County, CA Maya Harjo, farmer, Heron Shadow, a farm for Indigenous refuge and learning in Sonoma, CA, operated by the Cultural Conservancy, a Native-led SF organization Myles Lennon, environmental anthropologist; dean's assistant professor of environment & society and anthropology, Brown University; board secretary, Shelterwood Collective Finn Does, junior, Marin Academy
In 1973, through the U.S. Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade, women were given the right of access and privacy to abortion without federal or state-wide regulation. However, on June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned this landmark ruling with the Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Organization case. Now, the right to abortion care and reproductive autonomy can be regulated at a state level. However, the resounding effect is not only fear for abortion rights but also reproductive care as a whole. "Personhood laws” that define life and humanity at conception and fertilization exist in certain states, creating an implication that interweaves more discussions regarding fertility and reproductive medicine, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), egg freezing, management of ectopic pregnancies and miscarriages, and criminalization of practitioners who facilitate such procedures.We are joined today by Dr. Serena H. Chen, a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist and fellowship-trained reproductive endocrinologist. She received her BS in Biology from Brown University in 1984, MD from Duke University School of Medicine in 1989, and OB/GYN residency in 1992 and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility fellowship in 1995 at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She stands as the Founding Partner and Medical Director of The Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science (IRMS) and the Vice President of Doctors for Fertility, a physician-led organization with the mission to educate and inform policy on reproductive rights. She is also an Associate Clinical Professor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and St. George's University School of Medicine. As seen in Wired, New York Magazine, and U.S. News & World Report, Dr. Chen provides online education about fertility treatments and access to reproductive help.Livestream Air Date: August 24, 2022Dr. Serena H. Chen: IG @drserenahchen & Web drserenahchen.comFriends of Franz: IG @friendsoffranzpod & FB @friendsoffranzpodChristian Franz (Host): IG @chrsfranz & YT Christian FranzThankful to the season's brand partners: Clove, BETR Remedies, Eko, Lumify, RescueMD, Medical School for Kids, Your Skincare Expert, Twrl Milk Tea
Have you ever felt abandoned by someone you loved? This episode is all about soothing our inner child in those times we feel, or have felt, abandoned. Today, Porter Singer & Songs of Eden release "Never Alone" into the world -- a song that was inspired by the Inner Child & Beyond Oracle Deck created by Nina Mongendre and EdieArt. In the fifth of this 10-episode series, Porter, Nina, and Edie, will discuss the ABANDONMENT card, which inspired "Never Alone." Nina has B.A. from Brown University (like Porter!). She is trained in Family Constellations (with Marine Selenee and Jack Blackwell) and Inherited Family Trauma (with Mark Wolynn). She is a certified Neuro-Emotional Coach with the Center for Emotional Education, a Certified Hypno-Constellations Practitioner, and a Certified Shamanic Energy Medicine Practitioner with the Four Winds Institute. Edie's words about her art: The process of painting as with music is about flow. Of not believing that mistakes exist. Any move is part of the whole and the creation. It requires a great amount of trust. And diligent work/practice! Art in whichever form is a daily practice for me most of the time. I absolutely love it. Listen to "I Am in Awe" here: https://youtu.be/ia00tgJQceQ Buy the Inner Child & Beyond Oracle deck: https://sagemoon.com/?rfsn=1754610.9fe2b6 ----------- ABOUT YOUR HOST: Porter Singer is music-maker, podcaster and emotional guide. More info: https://portersinger.com/ ------------- MUSIC CREDITS: INTRO: "Don't Worry, Be Happy (Instrumental)" by Porter Singer and Songs of Eden; OUTRO: "If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out (Instrumental) by Porter Singer and Songs of Eden ------------ COMPANIES WE LOVE EARTH BREEZE LAUNDRY SHEETS ~ These Earth-friendly dehydrated laundry sheets will leave your clothes super clean, without the waste of bulky plastic containers. The referral money we get from YOU clicking on that link and ordering will help sustain this podcast AND help care for our beautiful Earth. Thank you in advance! Click to purchase: https://www.earthbreeze.com/?rfsn=6157640.8b8358 SAGE MOON: I highly recommend their "Inner Child and Beyond" Deck! If you've been wanting to heal your relationship, with, well, everything and everyone, I cannot speak highly enough of this deck, with its beautiful imagery and wise soothing prompts. https://sagemoon.com/?rfsn=1754610.9fe2b6 BANDZOOGLE WEBSITES ~ We have been using this website provider since the early 2000s. It is so easy to use and customize, and super efficient for selling your music and/or services. Best of all, it's super affordable! More info on Bandzoogle: https://bandzoogle.com/?memref=rd890 If you'd like to leave us a tip--wow, really?!--you can do so by visiting the following sites/apps. @portersinger on Venmo @SirgunKaurK on PayPal
In this episode of PhotoWork with Sasha Wolf, Sasha and photographer, Carolyn Drake discuss her celebrated book Knit Club, published by TBW Books, as well as her other bodies of work. Carolyn talks about her complex reasons for leaving and then returning to the United States, after many years, and the importance of being connected to the place you are photographing. https://carolyndrake.com/ Carolyn Drake works on long term photo-based projects seeking to interrogate dominant historical narratives and creatively reimagine them. Her practice embraces collaboration and has in recent years melded photography with sewing, collage, and sculpture. She is interested in collapsing the traditional divide between author and subject, the real and the imaginary, and challenging entrenched binaries. Drake was born in California and studied Media/Culture and History in the early 1990s at Brown University. Following her graduation from Brown, in 1994, Drake moved to New York and worked as an interactive designer for many years before departing to engage with the physical world through photography. Between 2007 and 2013, Drake traveled frequently to Central Asia from her base in Istanbul to work on two long term projects. Two Rivers (self-published ,2013) explores the connections between ecology, culture and political power along the Amu Darya and Syr Darya rivers and earned a 2010 Guggenheim fellowship. Wild Pigeon (self-published, 2014) is an amalgam of photographs, drawings, and embroideries made in collaboration with Uyghurs in western China. This work was presented in a six month solo exhibition at SFMOMA in 2018 and earned the Anamorphosis Book prize. Following this, in Internat (self-published, 2017), Drake worked with young women in an ex Soviet orphanage to create photographs and paintings that point beyond the walls of the institution and its gender expectations. This work was awarded the 2018 HCP fellowship curated by Charlotte Cotton and later exhibited in several festivals in Europe. This project was followed by Knit Club (TBW Books, 2020), which emerged from her collaboration with an enigmatic group of women in Mississippi. Knit Club was shortlisted for the Paris Photo Aperture Book of the Year and Lucie Photo Book Awards and exhibited at McEvoy Foundation in San Francisco and at Yancey Richardson Gallery and ICP in New York. Drake now lives in California and is currently developing self-reflective projects close to home. Her latest work, Isolation Therapy, was exhibited at SFMOMA's show Close to Home: Creativity in Crisis in 2021 and at Yancey Richardson Gallery in 2022. Her work has also been supported by Peter S Reed Foundation, Lightwork, the Do Good Fund, the Lange Taylor prize, Magnum Foundation, the Pulitzer Center, and a Fulbright fellowship. She is a member of Magnum Photos and represented by Yancey Richardson Gallery. This podcast is sponsored by picturehouse + thesmalldarkroom. https://phtsdr.com
JOWMA (Jewish Orthodox Women's Medical Association) Podcast
Dr. Lisa Heidi Shulman M.D. is a Professor Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore. A Developmental Pediatrician with over 30 years at the institution, Dr. Shulman is the Director of Autism Services, and interim Director of the Rose F. Kennedy Children's Evaluation & Rehabilitation Center at Montefiore. She also directs the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and related Disabilities grant through Maternal and Child Health Bureau.Dr. Shulman currently serves on the Autism Sub-committee of the National AAP Council on Children with Disabilities, serving on the Education, Learn the Signs Act Early, and Payer Advocacy Committees. From 2016-2019 she served as the Centers for Disease Control Act Early Ambassador to New York State.A graduate of Brown University and University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. She is board-certified in Pediatrics and Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Her clinical and research interests include: early identification of autism, overcoming healthcare disparities in autism diagnosis, and follow up of children with an early diagnosis of Autism. _______________________________________________________ Related Episodes: On the Spectrum: All About Autism with Dr. Devorah Segal | JOWMA Podcast https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jowma/episodes/On-The-Spectrum-All-About-Autism-With-Dr--Devorah-Segal-e1eqv4u Uniquely Human with Dr. Barry Prizant, PhD, CCC-SLP | JOWMA Podcast https://open.spotify.com/episode/2micH8mmCnbAffltumUVUS?si=bf8695c683444b56 "If you've met one individual with autism, you've met one individual with autism." The Journey of Dr. Stephen Shore, Autistic Professor of Special Education | JOWMA Podcast https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/w6iz8ynG9yb Ask The Expert: ADHD and Autism, Q &A with Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician Dr. Amir Miodovnik | JOWMA Podcast https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/CTzR1UxG9yb _______________________________________________________ Become a JOWMA Member! www.jowma.org Follow us on Instagram! www.instagram.com/JOWMA_org Follow us on Twitter! www.twitter.com/JOWMA_med Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/JOWMAorg/ Stay up-to-date with JOWMA news! Sign up for the JOWMA newsletter! https://jowma.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=9b4e9beb287874f9dc7f80289&id=ea3ef44644&mc_cid=dfb442d2a7&mc_eid=e9eee6e41e
Jones.Show: Thought-Full Conversation
Basically, Susan Bennett is a musician! The voice work, speaking, acting and SIRI came later. She was playing the piano by ear by the age of 4, took classical piano lessons for many years, and ended up singing in her first band, "Conglomerate" during her years at Brown University. Susan went on to sing and play keyboards in clubs and restaurants in Atlanta, GA, where she moved in 1972 and still lives. She also did hundreds of commercial jingles (famously, Tillie the All-Time Teller for the first successful ATM in the US) and she sang backup vocals on tour with Burt Bacharach and Roy Orbison. Susan got into voiceover work at Doppler Studios in Atlanta when the voice actor hired for a particular commercial didn't show up, and studio owner Pete Caldwell suggested she do the spot instead. Bam! She got a whole new career! Susan ended up doing spots for Coca Cola, IBM, Papa John's Pizza, McDonald's, AT&T, Wendy's, Goodyear, Ford, Chiquita, etc., for both radio and TV. She also worked on camera for Morrison's, Ford, GA Pacific, IBM, Kimberly Clark, etc. Of course, being the original voice of Siri started a whole new chapter in her life. After she revealed herself as the original voice in 2013, she did hundreds of interviews, appeared on numerous TV shows, and once again began a whole new career—doing speaker events! JONES.SHOW is a weekly podcast featuring host Randall Kenneth Jones (author, speaker & creative communications consultant) and Susan C. Bennett (the original voice of Siri). JONES.SHOW is produced and edited by Kevin Randall Jones. Please note that I cut the Clubhouse references. JONES.SHOW Online: Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook. Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web: RandallKennethJones.com Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com LinkedIn (Kevin): https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-randall-jones/ Web: KevinRandallJones.com www.Jones.Show
Join 6AMRun.com Ambassador and Host, Marc Paisant, as we welcome Transformation Consultant, Holly Benner. Holly Benner is a transformational consultant who partners with individuals, teams, and organizations to develop sustainable performance through insight, education, and action. Holly has deep experience as a coach and is passionate about helping people feel better, thrive, and have the energy to excel in all aspects of life, both personally and professionally. Holly leverages her unique background as a former professional athlete coupled with 15 years of experience in leadership development, organizational design, and systems thinking to help others create sustainable performance. In 2022, Holly founded Metta Performance, LLC, a consulting and coaching firm focused on developing self-aware, high-performing changemakers and leaders. Prior to starting Metta Performance, Holly had a diverse executive career that included experiences at Fortune 100 companies, higher education, pharmaceuticals, and government agencies. Holly is a member of the Society of Industrial Organizational Psychologists (SIOP), the American Evaluation Association (AEA), and the Society of Evidence-Based Organizational Consultants (SEBOC). She also serves on the Board of Directors for the International Society of Performance Improvement's (ISPI) Southern California chapter. Holly is currently pursuing ICF credentialing at Brown University and holds an MA in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Clemson University and a BA in Psychology from Agnes Scott College. Please visit: https://www.mettaperformance.com/ to learn more. To be a guest, or share your story with the 6AM Run Community apply at: https://forms.gle/hBHCKpYKT6R9tH6m7 6AM Run believes in improving everyone's physical ability to not only have motion, but STAY IN MOTION. All this while creating an amazing supportive, surrounding community. Run Faster, Farther, & Recover For More Runs! 6amrun.com #6amrunSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As Chat GPT and other AI tools have garnered immense interest in the last few months, people have begun to wonder how these tools will impact higher ed: Will it represent the end of writing? Will we see a rampant rise in cheating? Or maybe these tools herald a new age of an improved quality of student work? Jeff and Michael pose these questions and more to computer science experts Charles Isbell of Georgia Institute of Technology College of Computing and Michael Littman of Brown University. This episode is made possible with sponsorship from Course Hero.
P&L With Paul Sweeney and Lisa Abramowicz
Wendy Schiller, Brown University professor of Politics, joins to talk about President Biden's re-election campaign and the political fallout of the firing of Tucker Carlson. Mark Douglas, CEO at MNTN, also joins in a roundtable, to discuss the advertising and financial impact of the cable news shakeup. Randy Frederick, Managing Director of Trading Derivatives, Schwab Center for Financial Research, joins the program to give his market and economic outlooks. Ali Ben Lmadani, CEO at ABL Aviation, joins in studio to discuss aviation investing and airline earnings. Liz Young, Head of Investment Strategy at SoFi, joins to discuss markets, investing, and housing. Brooke Sutherland, Bloomberg Opinion Columnist, joins to talk GE earnings and 3M layoffs. Brian Stelter, author and Walter Shortenstein Fellow at Harvard University, joins to talk about the shake up that rocked cable news yesterday and its impact on Fox News. Hosted by Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We'd appreciate you filling out our audience survey, so we can continuously work on providing relevant content to our listeners. Responses received by 05/11/23 will be entered in a drawing for $500 cash. https://www.thefortpod.com/survey Moses Kagan is co-founder and partner at Adaptive Realty, a Los Angeles-based real estate development and property management company with $200MM in AUM and more than 1,000 apartments under management. He is also a co-founder of Re-convene, a real estate private equity un-conference, and ReSeed, which provides mentorship and capital to early-career operators. Rhett leads ReSeed's strategic direction and daily operations. He most recently served as Co-Managing Partner at Minot Capital, LP, where he led real estate investing. Previously, Rhett was President and Director of Research at Stillwater, a long-short hedge fund, and Chief Investment Officer at Arlington Family Offices. Rhett received a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University with a double major in Business Economics and History. On this episode, Chris, Moses and Rhett discuss: ➡️ How ReSeed works ➡️ What ReSeed is looking for in Partners ➡️ How ReSeed empowers Operators to build their own companies ➡️ What success looks like for Operators working with ReSeed ➡️ Thoughts on the state of the Real Estate Market Chapters (00:03:31) - Rhett's career (00:04:26) - Moses' evolution in thinking over the past 5 year (00:06:40) - Launching ReSeed Partners (00:19:05) - Defining Subinstitutional (00:20:58) - Cohort #1 (00:34:18) - The ReSeed Partner Track (00:39:35) - Is this a renovation strategy or is there any ground-up involved? (00:40:22) - What does a partnership with y'all look like in the first year? (00:43:58) - What markets are you open to? (0048:28) - How would you determine a successful year for an operator? (00:53:44) - How does the partnership work? What does someone get from y'all and what do they give up? (01:00:20) - Do partners have the opportunity to exit? (01:01:45) - Holding assets for the long term (01:04:40) - Autonomy for the operator (01:07:18) - Is there anything that is off-limits? (01:08:41) - Moses' playbook (01:11:16) - How are you capitalizing this? (01:17:15) - How many people can be in one market before it's saturated? (01:17:57) - Other members of ReSeed (01:19:04) - Guaranteeing loans (01:22:11) - What are the couple of things people spend the majority of their time on? (01:25:39) - Is there a minimum size deal? (01:27:06) - What can this business look like 10 years from now? (01:29:06) - Thoughts on the current market Additional Resources
Mai Al-Nakib talks about her novel "An Unlasting Home" which traces Kuwait's rise from a pearl-diving backwater to its reign as a thriving cosmopolitan city to the aftermath of the Iraqi invasion.Mai Al-Nakib is a Kuwaiti writer and academic. She was born in Kuwait and spent her early years living in London, Edinburgh, and St. Louis, Missouri. She received her PhD in English literature from Brown University and is currently an Associate Professor of English and comparative literature at Kuwait University. Her academic research focuses on cultural politics in the Middle East, with an emphasis on gender, cosmopolitanism, and postcolonial issues. In 2014, she published a collection of short stories titled "The Hidden Light of Objects," which won the Edinburgh International Book Festival's 2014 First Book Award, making it the first collection of short stories to do so. In April 2022, she published her debut novel, "An Unlasting Home," which explores the themes of family, loss, and displacement.Created & hosted by Mikey MuhannaEdited by: Ramzi RammanTheme music by: Tarek Yamani https://www.instagram.com/tarek_yamani/About Book Club:Book Club is an interview series that calls for afikra community members, who are interested in literature and reading, to spend time reading along with the entire community. Books in Arabic and English will be announced on afikra's reading list and the members will be asked to do the reading at home at their leisure and then join afikra for a conversation with the authors of those books. Every two weeks, a conversation will be held with an author to discuss their work and the book in particular. Individuals joining the call will be expected to have read the book and prepared questions regarding the context, motivation, and background stories. Following the interview, there is a moderated town-hall-style Q&A with questions coming from the live virtual audience on Zoom. Join the live audience: https://www.afikra.com/rsvp FollowYoutube - Instagram (@afikra_) - Facebook - Twitter Support www.afikra.com/supportAbout afikra:afikra is a movement to convert passive interest in the Arab world to active intellectual curiosity. We aim to collectively reframe the dominant narrative of the region by exploring the histories and cultures of the region- past, present, and future - through conversations driven by curiosity. Read more about us on afikra.com
In this episode, I sit down with Shayna and Nina Mehta, two Indian-American ballers who made waves on the Brown University basketball team. The sisters share their experiences growing up as basketball players and getting recruited to play college ball. They also share tips on balancing their time as pre-med students and Division 1 athletes and advice for young Indian-American hoopers. Check out the She Can Ball Socials! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/she.can.ball/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/shecanballpod Tik Tok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1PFpT1VU19JNSnMW4bpGfZ Shooter Shoot Brand website: https://shootersxshootbrand.com/collections/fall-collection
Do you consider yourself a powerful alchemist? Here's how to become an alchemist IRL! Today, Porter Singer & Songs of Eden release "My Life Is Gold" into the world -- a song that was inspired by the Inner Child & Beyond Oracle Deck created by Nina Mongendre and EdieArt. In the third of this 10-episode series, Porter, Nina, and Edie, will discuss the ALCHEMY CARD, which inspired "My Life Is Gold." Nina has B.A. from Brown University (like Porter!). She is trained in Family Constellations (with Marine Selenee and Jack Blackwell) and Inherited Family Trauma (with Mark Wolynn). She is a certified Neuro-Emotional Coach with the Center for Emotional Education, a Certified Hypno-Constellations Practitioner, and a Certified Shamanic Energy Medicine Practitioner with the Four Winds Institute. Edie's words about her art: The process of painting as with music is about flow. Of not believing that mistakes exist. Any move is part of the whole and the creation. It requires a great amount of trust. And diligent work/practice! Art in whichever form is a daily practice for me most of the time. I absolutely love it. Listen to "I Am in Awe" here: https://youtu.be/ia00tgJQceQ Buy the Inner Child & Beyond Oracle deck: https://sagemoon.com/?rfsn=1754610.9fe2b6 ----------- ABOUT YOUR HOST: Porter Singer is music-maker, podcaster and emotional guide. More info: https://portersinger.com/ ------------- MUSIC CREDITS: INTRO: "Don't Worry, Be Happy (Instrumental)" by Porter Singer and Songs of Eden; OUTRO: "If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out (Instrumental) by Porter Singer and Songs of Eden ------------ COMPANIES WE LOVE EARTH BREEZE LAUNDRY SHEETS ~ These Earth-friendly dehydrated laundry sheets will leave your clothes super clean, without the waste of bulky plastic containers. The referral money we get from YOU clicking on that link and ordering will help sustain this podcast AND help care for our beautiful Earth. Thank you in advance! Click to purchase: https://www.earthbreeze.com/?rfsn=6157640.8b8358 SAGE MOON: I highly recommend their "Inner Child and Beyond" Deck! If you've been wanting to heal your relationship, with, well, everything and everyone, I cannot speak highly enough of this deck, with its beautiful imagery and wise soothing prompts. https://sagemoon.com/?rfsn=1754610.9fe2b6 BANDZOOGLE WEBSITES ~ We have been using this website provider since the early 2000s. It is so easy to use and customize, and super efficient for selling your music and/or services. Best of all, it's super affordable! More info on Bandzoogle: https://bandzoogle.com/?memref=rd890 If you'd like to leave us a tip--wow, really?!--you can do so by visiting the following sites/apps. @portersinger on Venmo @SirgunKaurK on PayPal
Fearless Authenticity with Jeanne Sparrow
“Sustainable shifts are a really good antidote to climate anxiety.” To help quell some of that stress (more than two-thirds of Americans experience some kind of eco distress), Ashlee Piper has dedicated herself to dispelling the many stigmas surrounding sustainability. Her focus is on making it more simple and approachable than crunchy and expensive; sharing small steps that everyone can take to make big gains. She shares with Jeanne why she believes sustainability and self-care are connected; how she reframes failure; what first drew her into the eco-friendly field; why rebuilding is her sweet spot; and how fearless authenticity can be both staying true to yourself and allowing yourself to change. About Ashlee: Ashlee Piper is a sustainability expert, author, and speaker whose work has been featured on 270+ television segments, including The TODAY Show, Good Morning America, and CNN, and in VOGUE, The Washington Post, InStyle, and NY Magazine. Piper's bestselling book, Give A Sh*t: Do Good. Live Better. Save the Planet. has been hailed as the 'sustainability Bible' by celebrities and reviewers. She's consulted on sustainability practices with well-known companies such as Airbnb, LUSH, Nissan, and Eileen Fisher, has been a cabinet-level advisor to two Massachusetts Governors, and has spoken at the United Nations and TED. Piper is also the creator of the #NoNewThings Challenge, and is a Professor of Sustainability Marketing. She holds a BA from Brown University and a master's degree in Evidence-Based Social Intervention from the University of Oxford, UK.IG: @ashleepiper Website: http://www.ashleepiper.com/