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History of South Africa podcast
Episode 92 – The monsters from the sea and a Robben Island convict advises Shaka

History of South Africa podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 22:26


As years go, 1824 was one for the history books. Not that the others weren't, but 1824 is a one of those seminal 12 months in southern Africa history. It was the year that Shaka's main impi south had a disastrous campaign attempting to subjugate the Mpondo and despite their training and their military prowess, Shaka's amabutho were not invincible. But more importantly, it was the year that English traders setup their base in Port Natal and immediately altered the social, military and political landscape. Shaka was busy in 1824 with both conquest and raiding. His impi's however, did not do well in what you could call their away games. The further they were from their base which the more defective their logistics. And now Shaka had setup his main base on the Mahlabatini plain north of the uMhlathuze River – along the Mfolozi. Later the'd move south as we'll hear, but in 1824 it was near modern day Ulundi. Supply lines for military endeavours are fundamental – Frederick the Great summed it up when he said an army marches on its stomach – or more accurately, he said it marches on its belly. And no it wasn't Napoleon who said that. Once a chief was defeated, the amabutho had to remain in the field to quash any further resistance and that meant feeding the men. If Shaka wanted to conquer territories, then he needed a quick decisive battle, and that was his strategic intention. As his warriors ranged further, word got out that if you led them on a bit of a song and dance, they'd give up and go home quite quickly. He was also eyeing the trade with the outside world as a part of the growth of his power. He knew that Delagoa Bay was somewhat overtraded and too far away to service successfully, furthermore the Portuguese and their allies had tied up their routes inlands already. He could not expand Westwards because the Sotho people were too strong, and to the south, the Mpondo had cut off his access to the Cape. The Zulu King was acutely aware of the advantage of doing business with the English at the Cape, but accessing them was another matter. He had no ships. And so this is where we return to last episode, because the ships came to him. The Julia in which Henry Francis Fynn would arrive, the Salisbury of Commander King, and the Antelope under Lieutenant Francis George Farewell.

The Point
News Roundup: Election brings changes to the region, Cape swings blue

The Point

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 48:48


This week: Election election election! The Cape and Islands has a new district attorney, just the third one in the last 50 years. There's a new sheriff in town for both Barnstable and Bristol counties. And who set an expensive boat adrift from Nantucket's Old North Wharf into the path of a ferry — and why? We've got some answers.

Hoop Heads
Pat Woods - Cape Henlopen (DE) High School Girls' Basketball Head Coach & Founder of Factory Sports - Episode 713

Hoop Heads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 91:57


Pat Woods is the Girls' Basketball Head Coach at Cape Henlopen High School in Delaware. In his 4 seasons the Vikings have won 4 Division titles, 3 conference titles and been 2x State quarterfinalists, 1x State Final Four 2020. Pat is a 2x conference coach of the year, has coached 4 conference players of the year and has had 5 scholarship players. Pat was previously the boys JV Coach at Cape Henlopen for 5 seasons.Woods is founder & CEO of Factory Sports which started in 2011. He directed 3 years of summer camps then opened the facility in 2014. After being shut down in 2020 Woods created and published “The Player's Journal” for players to work on their game on their own.Woods played his high school basketball at Cape Henlopen and then moved on to Wesley College where he scored over 1,000 points and finished in the top ten all time in assists and three pointers made.If you're looking to improve your coaching please consider joining the Hoop Heads Mentorship Program. We believe that having a mentor is the best way to maximize your potential and become a transformational coach. By matching you up with one of our experienced mentors you'll develop a one on one relationship that will help your coaching, your team, your program, and your mindset. The Hoop Heads Mentorship Program delivers mentoring services to basketball coaches at all levels through our team of experienced Head Coaches. Find out more at hoopheadspod.com or shoot me an email directly mike@hoopheadspod.comFollow us on social media @hoopheadspod on Twitter and Instagram and be sure to check out the Hoop Heads Podcast Network for more great basketball content.Be ready with pen and paper as you listen to this episode with Pat Woods, Head Girls' Basketball Coach at Cape Henlopen High School in Delaware and the Founder of Factory Sports.Website - https://www.capevikingssports.com/page17224 https://www.factorysportsde.com/Email - patrick.woods@cape.k12.de.usTwitter - @pwoods330Visit our Sponsors!Dr. Dish BasketballMention the Hoop Heads Podcast when you place your order and get $300 off a brand new state of the art Dr. Dish Shooting Machine! Fast Model SportsFastModel Sports has the most compelling and intuitive basketball software out there! In addition to a great product, they also provide basketball coaching content and resources through their blog and playbank, which features over 8,000 free plays and drills from their online coaching community. For access to these plays and more information, visit fastmodelsports.com or follow them on Twitter @FastModel. Use Promo code HHP15 to save 15%United Basketball PlusUnited Basketball Plus has over 3,000 plays, 45 Deep Dive Courses with some of the best minds in the game including Tyler Coston, Paul Kelleher, Tobin Anderson, Dave Love and more. You can also view United Basketball Clinics, and receive 50% off in-person clinics. United Basketball Plus partnered with Jordan and Joe Stasyzyn from Unleashed Potential to create their Skill...

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 93: The Lady of the Dunes Has Been Identified; Where the Pilgrims Walked On Cape Cod; Musicians From New England; Symbols of the 80s; The Legend of 'Galloping Gertie'(11-10-2022)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Play 45 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 51:27


Episode 93 kicks off with major breaking news.  The Lady of the Dunes was finally identified after nearly fifty years as a Jane Doe.  It was a huge break in the case.  Who was she?  How did Frank Durant's documentary help spur this resolution?  These topics and many more, including how it affects the upcoming Lady of the Dunes book, will be discussed on the show.Thanksgiving is getting closer.  New England got its name from the Pilgrims and their descendants who first landed in America in 1620.  However, before they found Plymouth they spent five weeks on Cape Cod.  Learn about where the Pilgrims walked on the Cape and then go and visit them yourselves. New England might not come to mind when thinking of the major hubs of music in the United States.  There are surprisingly far more famed acts from the six states of the region than you might think.  This week we'll go way Back in the Day to look at some famous musicians from New England.  It will likely be the first of several segments.What do you think of when someone asks about the 1980s?  This weeks Top 5 will feature symbols of the 80s.  From music to technology, from fads to fashion, what made the list?There is a brand new This Week In History and Time Capsule featuring the legendary collapse of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge aka 'Galloping Gertie.'Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogCape Cod True Crime: The Lady of the Dunes & Tony CostaRuth Marie Terry(Lady of the Dunes) - FBI.govThe Collapse of Tacoma Narrows BridgeMusicians From New England Spotify PlaylistListen to Episode 92 here.Support the show

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Post-Midterm 2A Thursday with Toby Leary of Cape Gun Works - 11.10.22 - Grace Curley Show Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 39:39


Grace is joined by Toby Leary of Cape Gun Works for the first time following the 2022 midterms. Toby predicts how the election of Maura Healey will affect Bay Staters and answers questions from callers. Can you get a taser in Massachusetts? Is there a gun option that won't actually kill an attacker? How long is the gun license process supposed to take, exactly? All this and more on The Grace Curley Show.

History Goes Bump Podcast
Ep. 460 - Tulloch Castle and Fay's House

History Goes Bump Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 46:20


Built over 850 years ago, Tulloch Castle boasts a long history. This was a home of barons for centuries and eventually served as a hospital during World War II, a hostel and dormitory and finally as a hotel where you can stay today. There have been scandals and deaths and now The Green Lady has made this her domain. And there may be a few other spirits haunting the halls. Join us as we explore the history and hauntings of Tulloch Castle! We also share about Fay's House in St. Augustine and some evidence we may have caught there. The Moment in Oddity features Breaded Han Solo and This Month in History features the first sailing around the Cape of Good Hope. Check out the website: http://historygoesbump.com   Show notes can be found here: https://historygoesbump.blogspot.com/2022/11/hgb-ep-460-tulloch-castle.html    Become an Executive Producer: http://patreon.com/historygoesbump Music used in this episode:  Main Theme: Lurking in the Dark by Muse Music with Groove Studios (Moment in Oddity) Vanishing by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4578-vanishing License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license (This Month in History) In Your Arms by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3906-in-your-arms License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Outro Music: Happy Fun Punk by Muse Music with Groove Studios The following music was used for this media project: Music: Voices From The Depths by MusicLFiles Free download: https://filmmusic.io/song/7468-voices-from-the-depths License (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Artist website: https://cemmusicproject.wixsite.com/musiclibraryfiles

Probing Ancient Aliens
Hungry For Skinwalker Ranch - S3E9: 'Closer Encounters'

Probing Ancient Aliens

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 84:08


"HUNGRY FOR SKINWALKER RANCH": presented by Probing Ancient Aliens! Intriguing…but kinda boring…is the name of the game when it comes to The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch, for better or for worse. Is it always worth a watch? Yes. Is it always worth watching the first 30 minutes of the episode before the inevitable strange occurrence happens? No. But we love Travis and his motley crew just the same, and love and respect them for their effort to scientifically explain the world of high strangeness. Plus they're cutie patooties! Support the show at: PATREON.COM/PROBINGANCIENTALIENS - for exclusive podcasts every month! BLACKHOLESUPPLYCOMPANY.COM - for Probing Ancient Aliens merch and Disc Golf discs and apparel - Now with a physical location inside Cape and Cowl Collectibles in Orange County, CA! (9525 Garfield Ave Suite C, Fountain Valley, CA 92708)

Lower Cape TV Podcast
Cape Symphony Invites Audiences to Remain “Forever Young”

Lower Cape TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 4:11


Cape Symphony's new concert “Forever Young” celebrates sophistication and wit in symphonic music written for children. The concert's program includes five compositions and features three guest artists: Ana Glig and James Rosenblum on double piano and 10-year-old prodigy Cameron Renshaw on cello. Performances take place at the Barnstable Performing Arts Center on Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 13 at 3 p.m.

Show & Vern
HR 1 – Mahomes puts on his Superman cape

Show & Vern

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:29


- Mahomes saves the day again - Chiefs take advantage of Bills' loss - Vinnie Pasquantino joins the show - Nick's Notable Notes

Chris Aballo's Podcast Experiment
CAPE 216: It's A Medical Term and It's An Actual Term

Chris Aballo's Podcast Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 72:38


Chris is joined by Ryan and Ming to discuss Ryan's forthcoming second child (a son!), why being an uncle is the best, familial facial hair, custom text tones, puff paint, and young Chris' home recordings.CHRIS ABALLO'S PODCAST EXPERIMENTTwitterInstagramTikTokYouTubeCHRIS ABALLOTwitterInstagramRYAN TAGGARTTwitterInstagramMING CHENTwitterInstagramTikTok ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Press X to Start
Level 6.42 - Henry Cavill Hangs Up His Swords For The Cape

Press X to Start

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 64:01


SUBSCRIBE NOW!!!! on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & Audible. This week on the Press X to Start Podcast: DJ, Sean & Avery talk about Henry Cavill shocking departure from The Witcher, CD Projekt Red's Witcher 1 remake, Hellena Taylor ruining her good fortune, COD MW2 impressions and much more! Gaming News - Time code: 2:30 The Witcher 1 to get a shiny new UE5 coat of paint as the first of CDR's codenamed game slate is revealed; Henry Cavill shocks the world as he departs The Witcher show ahead of Season 3; Hellena Taylor baffles many as she uses her newfound support to fight abortion; Microsoft reportedly had major FOMO after Genshin Impact dropped; Phil Spencer that GamePass has been profitable in the midst of Xbox price spike rumors; Midnight Suns reveals Season Pass which will include the likes of Deadpool, Venom & Storm; Sony London reveals work on fantasy on-line co-op game. What We've Been Playing - Time code: 45:22 DJ & Sean give their relatively spoiler free thoughts on COD MW2's campaign, DJ gushes some more about Marvel Snap and Avery tries to get through his current gaming backlog before Ragnarok drops. If you're enjoying the show, please take a moment to rate/review it on whatever service you're using. Every little bit helps!  Want to ask a question, ask us at PressX2start.com/Questions Join/Follow Us: Youtube: Press X To Start TV Twitch: pressxtostarttv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pressx2start Twitter: @PressX2S  Instagram: @PressX2Start TikTok: @pressx2start You can find more info about the Press X and who we are at www.PressX2start.com. If you have any questions or just want to tell us how great (or just slightly okay) we're doing or how we can be better, be a friend and reach out and email us at pressxtostartpodcast@gmail.com End music by @maztrshots on SoundCloud & IG Be good to each other, Peace!

The Point
News Roundup: Vineyard Wind starts laying cable; new housing initiative for the Cape

The Point

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 47:49


This week: Vineyard Wind starts laying cable for what would be the nation's first full-scale offshore wind farm. And a major new initiative launches to take on the Cape's housing crisis. Also, the FBI identifies the Lady of the Dunes.

My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles
November 3rd Cape Cod Fishing Report

My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 25:25


In today's report Ryan Collins of MFCC) tells us about the success he's having with tautog and black sea bass from his kayak. He also fills us in on the shore-based striper bite from the beaches and at the Cape Cod Canal. Ian Bragdon (Pro Staff Capt for The Goose Hummock) updates us on striped bass inside Cape Cod Bay & off the Backside Beaches. "Gator" blues are also still around, and freshwater bite is picking up! Ian finishes our convo by explaining differences and pros/cons of trolling vs casting for school blue fin when they are feeding on butter fish. Bruno Demir (MFCC member and owner of Cape & Islands Mitsubishi) gives his report on bluefin tuna east of Chatham. According to Bruno the Monomoy Rips are still red hot, and at times stripers have been in tight to shore feasting on peanut bunker. Bruno finishes with his cod and haddock Report. For the latest, please visit myfishingcapecod.com.

Secrets for an Awesome Life
Talking to Others using the CAPE Method

Secrets for an Awesome Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 19:06


Talking to other people can be tough. I talk to teens this episode about a method I use to eliminate awkwardness from my conversations and make talking to someone new a whole lot easier. Every social skills toolbox needs the CAPE!

Best of Kfm Mornings with Darren, Sherlin & Sibs
Kfm Mornings announces Galaxy KDay on 4 March 2023

Best of Kfm Mornings with Darren, Sherlin & Sibs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 8:43


The stars are set to explode onto the stage at #GalaxyKDay presented by Samsung and Kfm 94.5. Save the date for the Cape's favourite outdoor music festival and one of the biggest live music events in South Africa! The line-up includes festival faves Mi Casa, Jimmy Nevis, Youngsta CPT, and Emo Adams, and welcomes to the stage Will Linley, DJs Fizz & Shai-A, and Nasty C, as well as breakout singer Anica Kiana. Galaxy KDay is presented by Samsung and Kfm 94.5, flexed with #GalaxyZFlip4 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of Kfm Mornings with Darren, Sherlin & Sibs
Darren just can't help himself - first Galaxy KDay tickets are out!

Best of Kfm Mornings with Darren, Sherlin & Sibs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 5:01


The stars are set to explode onto the stage at #GalaxyKDay presented by Samsung and Kfm 94.5. Save the date for the Cape's favourite outdoor music festival and one of the biggest live music events in South Africa! The line-up includes festival faves Mi Casa, Jimmy Nevis, Youngsta CPT, and Emo Adams, and welcomes to the stage Will Linley, DJs Fizz & Shai-A, and Nasty C, as well as breakout singer Anica Kiana. Galaxy KDay is presented by Samsung and Kfm 94.5, flexed with #GalaxyZFlip4 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nightside With Dan Rea
"Lady of the Dunes" & Midterm Election Predictions (8 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 39:14


For the first half hour: “Lady of the Dunes.” The FBI has assisted in identifying the oldest unidentified murder victim in Massachusetts that officials called “Lady of the Dunes.” Ruth Marie Terry of Tennessee was identified after 48 years thanks to investigative genealogy. Terry was found dead in the dunes of Provincetown in July of 1974. Cape and Islands DA Michael O'Keefe joined Dan to discuss the case.For the second half of the hour:Midterm Election Predictions. We are one week away from Election Day and some of the political race polls are tight. What are the polls saying right now and what has the trend been? Executive Director of Emerson College Polling, Spencer Kimball joined Dan to discuss midterm election predictions.

The Howie Carr Radio Network
The Tweet Was Not Complete! and Assistant D.A. Dan Higgins on Criminal Justice Down the Cape - 11.02.22 - Howie Carr Show Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 38:40


Dementia Joe got fact-checked in Elon Musk's increasingly fair, balanced, and free speech platform, and the White House couldn't handle it! Then, Howie is joined by Barnstable County's Assistant District Attorney Dan Higgins to discuss prosecuting criminals and keeping the cape safe.

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast
Superintendent Series: Brendan Parkhurst of Cape Arundel

The Fried Egg Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 46:16


Brendan Parkhurst, superintendent at Cape Arundel Golf Club in Kennebunkport, Maine, joins Andy as the latest guest in our Superintendent Series. Brendan has been at Cape Arundel for over 20 years and has helped guide the Walter Travis-designed course through its restoration. The special care needed for Cape Arundel's dramatic greens, how a tidal river flood impacts the grass, and the pros and cons of taking care of a 5,800-yard course are all discussed. Brendan also shares some tips for how to handle the security detail and motorcade when the President of the United States is a frequent visitor.

Unreached of the Day
Pray for the Cape Malay in South Africa

Unreached of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 1:01


Sign up to receive podcast: https://joshuaproject.net/pray/unreachedoftheday/podcast People Group Summary: https://joshuaproject.net/people_groups/18995/SF #AThirdofUs                    https://athirdofus.com/ Listen to "A Third of Us" podcast with Greg Kelley, produced by the Alliance for the Unreached: https://alliancefortheunreached.org/podcast/ Watch "Stories of Courageous Christians" w/ Mark Kordic https://storiesofcourageouschristians.com/stories-of-courageous-christians God's Best to You!    

The Howie Carr Radio Network
2A Tuesday with Toby Leary of Cape Gun Works - 11.01.22 - Grace Curley Show Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 39:42


Grace is joined by Toby Leary of Cape Gun Works to answer all of your firearm questions. What should you do when you witness an altercation? Are "Duty to Retreat" laws constitutional? What will happen to gun owners if Maura Healey is elected Governor? All this and more in today's 2nd Amendment segment!

The Point
The Season at Cape Symphony

The Point

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 17:11


A look at this season's programs at Cape Symphony with Jung Ho Pak.

Chris Aballo's Podcast Experiment
CAPE 215: The Halloween Livestream!

Chris Aballo's Podcast Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 107:04


CAPE goes live from Jay & Silent Bob's Secret Stash where Chris, Mike and Christian celebrate Halloween by talking about the evolution of Mischief Night and the end of tick-or-treating.  They also touch on Mike's recent trip to Maryland and his family's Cracker Barrel tradition, the best TV show to hate watch, and they take some questions from the live audience.CHRIS ABALLO'S PODCAST EXPERIMENTTwitter Instagram TikTok YouTube CHRIS ABALLO Twitter Instagram MIKE ZAPCIC Twitter Instagram CHRISTIAN CORDES Twitter Instagram TikTok ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Jimmy Tingle Show
Daniel Higgins, Candidate for Cape & Islands District Attorney in Massachusetts

The Jimmy Tingle Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 17:59


As a part of my Meet the Candidate Series, I sat down and talked with Daniel Higgins, Candidate for Cape & Islands District Attorney in Massachusetts. Dan Higgins, with life-long roots on the Cape and Islands, is devoted to the safety of the people of Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket counties. After years of experience working ... Read more

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast
Episode 91: BONUS - The Darkside of a Vacation Destination(10-27-2022)

In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod and New England Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 23:50


The monthly bonus episode turns a vacation destination on its head.  Episode 91 takes a deep dive into some of the creepy, scary, and downright disturbing stories from Cape Cod's history.The Cape is a beautiful place to live and visit, well worth its status as a popular vacation spot.  However, even the most spectacular places have a few skeletons in the closet.  As a child growing up in the 1980s Cape Cod was seen as simple and mundane, bordering on boring.  Only later when becoming interested in its history did some of the darker stories come to light.This bonus episode will explore true crime, paranormal, and much more that has occurred on Cape Cod.Helpful Links from this Episode(available through Buzzsprout)Purchase Iconic Hotels and Motels of Cape CodBuy Me A Coffee!Wear Your WishKiwi's Kustoms - EtsyDJ Williams MusicKeeKee's Cape Cod KitchenChristopher Setterlund's YouTube ChannelChristopher Setterlund.comThe In My Footsteps Podcast BlogCape Cod True Crime: The Lady of the Dunes & Tony CostaListen to Episode 90 here.Support the show

South Carolina Spookshow
Halloween Countdown Minisode: Cape Romain Lighthouses

South Carolina Spookshow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 7:46


Welcome to our Halloween Countdown! For the whole month of October, I'll bring you a daily minisode featuring a short story in preparation for the spookiest day of the year! Make sure you subscribe so you can be notified when these episodes drop and share with your favorite ghouls and gals!

Fascinating People, Fascinating Places
Amy Johnson: The Pioneering Pilot

Fascinating People, Fascinating Places

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 25:28


In May 1930, a young English woman from Yorkshire arrived in Sydney, Australia she received a welcome fit for a Queen. Amy Johnson had become the first female pilot to fly from the United Kingdom to Australia. It was a remarkable feat for the 26 year old aviator who was born the same year the Wright brothers launched the first flight. It was also a notable achievement for a British woman considering that just two years earlier most women (Johnson included) weren't even allowed to vote. In this episode I explore the life of the extraordinary aviator, from her childhood through her greatest triumphs up until her tragic and still controversial death. Music: Pixabay Film: Amy Johnson speaks with Jim Mollison, her husband, before her departure on solo flight to the Cape. On this day in 1930, Amy Johnson became the 1st woman to fly solo from England to Australia. Big City down under gives courageous girl flyer big reception. Amy Johnson makes a lovely speech. Amy Johnson discusses plans for her tour British Movietone. Public Domain Polygoon Hollands Nieuws (producent) / Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid (beheerder) Public Domain --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-mainwaring5/message

Probing Ancient Aliens
Hungry For Skinwalker Ranch - S3E8: 'Dome of the Rock'

Probing Ancient Aliens

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 85:28


"HUNGRY FOR SKINWALKER RANCH": presented by Probing Ancient Aliens! Is the show itself actually being fucked with by Skinwalker Ranch? Because every single episode promises a lot but provides very little at the end of the day. Definitely some cool confirmations here, but ultimately nothing “new” since the previous episode. Plus, this episode is the first that CLEARLY exaggerates and fakes an occurrence, and it's disheartening to say the least. Support the show at: PATREON.COM/PROBINGANCIENTALIENS - for exclusive podcasts every month! BLACKHOLESUPPLYCOMPANY.COM - for Probing Ancient Aliens merch and Disc Golf discs and apparel - Now with a physical location inside Cape and Cowl Collectibles in Orange County, CA! (9525 Garfield Ave C, Fountain Valley, CA 92708)

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

New Books Network
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in the Indian Ocean World
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in the Indian Ocean World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/indian-ocean-world

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

New Books in History
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in African Studies
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in African Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

New Books in South Asian Studies
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in South Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/south-asian-studies

New Books in Early Modern History
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Early Modern History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Early Modern History
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Early Modern History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Islamic Studies
Michael Francis Laffan, "Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Islamic Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 126:29


Michael Francis Laffan's Under Empire: Muslim Lives and Loyalties Across the Indian Ocean World, 1775–1945 (Columbia University Press, 2022) traces a tapestry of historical actors, empires, and ideas across the Indian Ocean world. Starting with an imam banished from eastern Indonesia to the Cape of Good Hope in 1780 to build a new Muslim community with a mix of fellow exiles, enslaved people, and even the men tasked with supervising his detention. To nineteenth-century colonial chroniclers who invent the legend of the “loyal Malay” warrior, whose anger can be tamed through the “mildness” of British rule. And a Tunisian-born teacher who arrived in Java from Istanbul in the early twentieth century becomes an enterprising Arabic-language journalist caught between competing nationalisms. Telling these stories and many more, Michael Laffan offers a sweeping exploration of two centuries of interactions among Muslim subjects of empires and future nation-states around the Indian Ocean world. Under Empire follows interlinked lives and journeys, examining engagements with Western, Islamic, and pan-Asian imperial formations to consider the possibilities for Muslims in an imperial age. It ranges from the dying era of the trading companies in the late eighteenth century through the period of Dutch and British colonial rule up to the rise of nationalist and cosmopolitan movements for social reform in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Laffan emphasizes how Indian Ocean Muslims by turn asserted loyalty to colonial states in pursuit of a measure of religious freedom or looked to the Ottoman Empire or Egypt in search of spiritual unity. Bringing the history of Southeast Asian Islam to African and South Asian shores, Under Empire is an expansive and inventive account of Muslim communal belonging on the world stage. Michael Francis Laffan is professor of history and Paula Chow Chair in International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. He is the author of Islamic Nationhood and Colonial Indonesia (2003) and The Makings of Indonesian Islam (2011) as well as the editor of Belonging Across the Bay of Bengal (2017). Kelvin Ng co-hosted the episode. He is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University, History Department. His research interests broadly lie in the history of imperialism and anti-imperialism in the early-twentieth-century Indian Ocean circuit. Tamara Fernando co-hosted the episode. She is a Past & Present postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Historical Research, London, and an incoming assistant professor in the history of the global south at SUNY Stony Brook University. Her present book project, Of Mollusks and Men, is a history of pearl diving across the Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar and the Mergui archipelago. She is interested in histories of science, environment, and labour across the Indian Ocean. Ahmed Yaqoub AlMaazmi is a Ph.D. candidate at PrincetonUniversity, Near Eastern Studies Department. His research focuses on the intersection of law, the occult, and the environment across the western Indian Ocean. He can be reached by email at almaazmi@princeton.edu or on Twitter @Ahmed_Yaqoub. Listeners' feedback, questions, and book suggestions are most welcome Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/islamic-studies

The Jimmy Tingle Show
Rob Galibois, Candidate for Cape & Islands District Attorney in Massachusetts

The Jimmy Tingle Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 17:37


As a part of my Meet the Candidate Series, I sat down and talked with Rob Galibois, Candidate for Cape & Islands District Attorney in Massachusetts. In 1995, Rob began his legal career as a volunteer prosecutor in the Barnstable District Court. During his time as an intern under District Attorney Phil Rollins, He formed ... Read more

TC After Dark
EP 121 FOOD STORY TWELVE

TC After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 14:40


From October Oysters to ingredient mispronunciation to Five Mary's Farm – this Food Story has it all!

The Howie Carr Radio Network
2A Tuesday with Toby Leary of Cape Gun Works - 10.18.22 - Grace Curley Show Hour 3

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 39:48


Grace is joined by Toby Leary of Cape Gun Works for 2A Tuesday to talk all things Constitution, magazines, state laws, and more. Wondering about F.I.D.s or the trajectory of bullets in sub-freezing weather? Ever asked yourself if Toby would consider expanding to New Hampshire? Tune in to have all your questions answered.

A Thousand Tiny Steps
Finding my Place in College

A Thousand Tiny Steps

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 35:45


My sophomore year was a fantastic year for me. I finally started staying at BU on the weekends and I had found a group of friends. I broke up with Jay and began a healthy relationship with David which has had a substantial impact on my life. To top it off, I became the first female Division 1 All American for BU. I felt on top of the world.    Key Takeaways:    [0:57] Reflecting on my actions and goals  [6:32] Connecting to BU, making friends, and staying for the weekends [11:36] Struggling a bit at track meets with Jay training me [13:48] Living in an apartment and being surrounded by all my friends  [16:19] Gaining better time management skills with my classes [17:32] Ending my relationship with Jay, but he didn't want to [19:12] Drinking socially, not to get drunk  [20:26] Becoming the first Division 1 female All American at BU [24:00] Feeling like I had arrived and found my place [25:38] Meeting David, my first serious and healthy relationship  [29:01] Going down to the Cape in the summer of 1983 [30:11] Becoming great friends with Sally who is an amazing athlete  [33:19] Feeling like I mattered, but getting scared when things were good   Resources:   Summarization of Atomic Habits Atomic Habits   Connect with Barb:   Website   Facebook    Instagram   YouTube   The Molly B Foundation

Probing Ancient Aliens
Hungry For Skinwalker Ranch - S3E7: 'Full Metal Mesa'

Probing Ancient Aliens

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 82:53


"HUNGRY FOR SKINWALKER RANCH": presented by Probing Ancient Aliens! Wow - another snoozefest mcguillicuty! Drilling, some metal flakes, and almost ZERO Travis Taylor! What the effing eff?! These seasons need to be 7 to 8 episodes max, and the last three really hit that point home. Still - Steve's experience at Halloween Horror Nights and Joey's experience in the hotel (and town!) where Twin Peaks was filmed makes this ep more than worth the price of admission…which is free. Support the show at: PATREON.COM/PROBINGANCIENTALIENS - for exclusive podcasts every month! BLACKHOLESUPPLYCOMPANY.COM - for Probing Ancient Aliens merch and Disc Golf discs and apparel - Now with a physical location inside Cape and Cowl Collectibles in Orange County, CA! (9525 Garfield Ave C, Fountain Valley, CA 92708)

The Howie Carr Radio Network
It's the Economy, Stupid! with Toby Leary of Cape Gun Works - 10.17.22 - Grace Curley Show Hour 1

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 38:26


Toby Leary fills in for Grace to talk the midterms. As the owner of Cape Gun Works, on top of his mind is the imminent threat to the Second Amendment, especially in Massachusetts with anti-gun Healey as the front runner. For most, it's the economic downturn perpetuated by the Democrats or another legitimate issue, but one thing it's not is January 6. Tune in to hear Toby's takes on those still in prison for attending the D.C. event.