On this episode of the Japan Station podcast, Dr. Chelsea Szendi Schieder joins us to talk about female students in Japan's New Left movement, kaiju movies and more. About Dr. Chelsea Szendi Schieder Dr. Chelsea Szendi Schieder is Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Aoyama Gakuin University. Her latest book is titled Coed Revolution: The Female Student in the Japanese New Left (Duke University Press Books). Topics Discussed About Coed Revolution: The Female Student in the Japanese New Left Chelsea Szendi Schieder's interest in the Japanese student movement of the 1960s About the role of women in the Japanese New Left Female activists of the Japanese student movement of the 1960s How Japanese universities were forced to admit female students after World War II The idea that providing Japanese women with a college education would be counter productive Concerns over gender equality The Tokyo Medical University testing scandal The prevalence of women's universities in Japan About Ochanomizu University and their decision to remain a women's university How police in Japan made an effort to change to a "friendlier" policing style as a result of bad press when dealing with student protests Media portrayal of female student activists About Dr. Chelsea Szendi Schieder's class Kaiju Attack The meanings and inspirations behind kaiju movies About Shin Godzilla About Hedorah About the Heisei Gamera series of movies And much more! Support on Patreon If you enjoy Japan Station and want to ensure that we're able to produce more episodes, then please consider becoming a patron on Patreon.com. For a minimum pledge of $1 a month you'll get early access to all JapanKyo podcasts, bonus content, and more. And for $3 a month, you'll get access to Japanese Plus Alpha, a podcast produced by me (Tony Vega) that focuses on the Japanese language and all of its fascinating quirks. Also, all pledges get a shout-out on the show and my undying gratitude. Thank you in advance! Support Japan Station on Patreon Links, Videos, Etc. To get a copy of Coed Revolution, consider using the Amazon Affiliate link below. It won't cost you anything extra and it will support the show. Coed Revolution: The Female Student in the Japanese New Left You can find Chelsea Szendi Schieder on Twitter. @SzendiChelsea If you enjoyed this episode of Japan Station, you may also enjoy episode 25. Japan Station 25: The Japanese Red Army (Dr. Patricia Steinhoff) Check out the latest episode of the Ichimon Japan podcast via the link below. What are gyaru? (About the Slang, Fashion and History of Japan's Gyaru/Gal) | Ichimon Japan 52 If you would like to support the show by picking up some merchandise, make sure to visit KimitoDesigns.com. KimitoDesigns.com Special Thanks Opening/Closing song: Oedo Controller (大江戸コントローラー) by Yunomi featuring Toriena (Used with permission from Yunomi) To listen to more of Yunomi's music, check out his Soundcloud page or YouTube channel. Japan Station cover art: Provided by Erik R. Featured image: Courtesy of Chelsea Szendi Schieder Follow Japankyo on Social Media Facebook (@JapankyoNews) Twitter (@JapankyoNews) Full Show Notes Get the full version of show notes at https://www.japankyo.com/category/podcasts/japanstation/
Rick Barrera is known as the Revenue Accelerator for the work he does with entrepreneurs, small businesses and enterprise organizations to smooth the on-ramp and make them easier to do business with. He believes that you can generate any level of revenue you choose, whenever you choose to generate it. Rick worked with Dave Zerfoss, CEO at Husqvarna to take the company from 29 million dollars to half a billion in just over 10 years. Rick is frequently called upon to turn around troubled companies, returning them to robust profitability. He has personally started many companies including a seed company, newspaper delivery, babysitting, landscaping, photo studio, restaurant, vitamin company, sales and customer service training, concierge services, financial services, real estate, an online training company and a professional speaking firm. He is currently engaged with two M&A companies doing consolidations in two different industries. His current passion project is PartnerHere.com, an online marketplace enabling entrepreneurs to find business partners and resources...without cash. His goal is to build the world's largest online community for entrepreneurs of every stripe. As you will soon learn, he believes that entrepreneurship is the solution to many of the issues that we face as individuals, families and as a global community. Rick is also the Head of Faculty for the Center for Heart Led Leadership in Denver, Colorado where he works with SEAL Team leaders, world class mountain climbers, Fortune 500 CEO's, journalists, actors and astronauts to teach We Before Me, relationship focused leadership, to the next generation of leaders. His client list numbers in the thousands and includes Abbott Labs, American Airlines, Ameriprise, AT&T, AutoCrib, AutoZone, Bayer, Black and Decker, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Caterpillar, Chevron, Cigna, Conoco, Dairy Queen, eBay, EMC, Fidelity, Ford Motor Company, Four Seasons Hotels, GE, GlaxoSmithKline, Hallmark Cards, Harley-Davidson, Hilton, Honda, Honeywell, HP, Husqvarna, IBM, Intel, Intuit, John Hancock, Johnson Controls, Kaiser, Lenovo, Les Schwab Tires, Lexus, Marriott, Merrill Lynch, Monsanto, Nissan, REMAX, Ritz-Carlton, Time Warner, Verizon, Volvo, Weyerhaeuser and Wells Fargo. Rick is a well-known business thought leader having written 8 books on leadership, branding, customer service, sales, and personal development including two best-sellers, Non-Manipulative Selling & Overpromise and Overdeliver. Contact Rick: Website Company Website LinkedIn YouTube Instagram
Help us pick our October movie of the month, go over to our Twitter page @backintimepod right now and vote for which movie you want us to cover. Voting will end on Tuesday October 12th! You can choose between these four movies: Leprechaun, Urban Legend, The Faculty, or Disturbing Behavior.
Are you struggling with a C. Diff Infection? Often referred to as C. difficile or C. diff, Clostridioides difficile is a bacterium that can infect your large intestine. It is the most common bacterial infection in hospitals, and in America, between 450,000 to 500,000 people get C. Diff infections every year! In today's episode, we are discussing the signs and symptoms of C. Diff, who can be affected by C. Diff infection, helpful probiotics, and more!- We answer these questions:- What signs and symptoms should you be looking out for?- How does C. Diff affect patients of different ages?- Is C. Diff Infection related to Inflammatory Bowel Disease?- How and where can you contract C. Diff?- What is megacolon?- Does the health of your microbiome affect your odds of infection?- What probiotics can help?- And more!-Connect with Dr. Sahil Khanna:Mayo Clinic: https://www.mayoclinic.org/biographies/khanna-sahil-m-b-b-s-m-s/bio-20097159Twitter :https://twitter.com/khanna_s?lang=en -Schedule a consultation with Alexis:www.altfammed.comSupplementsBinding Fiber Support Capsules - https://drannmariebarter.com/product/binding-fiber-support-capsules/ Binding Fiber Support Powder - https://drannmariebarter.com/product/binding-fiber-support-powder/ - About Dr. Khanna:Dr. Sahil Khanna is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. He completed Medical School at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi; followed by Post Doctoral Research at University of California San Diego, CA; residency in Internal Medicine and Fellowship in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN before joining the Faculty. He also completed Masters in Clinical and Translational Sciences during his fellowship. He is directing the Comprehensive Gastroenterology Interest group, C. difficile Clinic, Fecal Microbiota Transplantation program and C. difficile related Clinical Trials at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. He has over 120 publications, serves as reviewer on the editorial board of several journals, and has won numerous awards. -Subscribe for more gut health content and share this podcast with a friend! Take a screenshot of this episode and tag Dr. Ann-Marie Barter:http://instagram.com/drannmariebarter-Dr. Ann-Marie Barter is a Functional Medicine and Chiropractic Doctor at Alternative Family Medicine & Chiropractic. She is the clinic founder of Alternative Family Medicine & Chiropractic that has two offices: one in Longmont and one in Denver. They treat an array of health conditions overlooked or under-treated by conventional medicine, called the "grey zone". https://altfammed.com/https://drannmariebarter.com/
I recently had the true pleasure of chatting with my former teacher: violinist and pedagogue extraordinaire Brian Lewis! He is an exceptionally dedicated and passionate performer who is committed to growing the legacies of his own two incredible teachers, the great Dorothy DeLay and Dr. Shinichi Suzuki. In our conversation we touched on... How Brian's artistic path has unfolded, from his own childhood studies to today's pedagogical pursuits (3:13) Teaching the language of music (11:50) Practicing concentration, and the importance of shifting your focus to refocusing for optimizing your practice (13:00) The legacy of Dorothy DeLay: how she empowered her students (including Brian) through positivity, removing judgement from her instruction, encouraging questions, and presenting the possibilities of playing to help young musicians sort out their own paths (15:01) Leading teaching with love, and the lasting, negative impacts of “abusive teaching” (25:13) Practicing habits (formed by DeLay and Suzuki) that helped set his playing apart, focusing on simplicity, the importance of listening, and repeating your own study of a score (30:01) Brian's advice for collegiate musicians to use your time in conservatory to prepare for a life as a professional musician (35:09) The lineage of musicianship and importance of flexibility (42:15) Brian's answers to a series of rapid-fire questions, including consistent practicing, his most memorable performances, favorite practice room tools, and book recommendation! (44:10) MORE ON BRIAN LEWIS: One of the most versatile violinists on the current scene, Brian Lewis is an exceptionally gifted and charismatic artist. "There are a lot of fine violinists on the concert stage today, but few can match Lewis for an honest virtuosity that supremely serves the music,” reports the Topeka Capital-Journal. Much sought after as a performer and teacher, Mr. Lewis concertizes and teaches around the globe, and is dedicated to growing the legacy of Shin'ichi Suzuki and Dorothy DeLay. Acclaimed performances include concerto debuts in both New York's Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall, as well as performances with the Orchestra of St. Luke's, the Berlin (Germany), Louisiana, Kansas City, Hartford, Syracuse, Odense (Denmark), Lima (Peru), Boulder, Guadalajara (Mexico), Sinfonia Toronto (Canada), ROCO and American Symphony orchestras, among many others. He has released six CDs, including as soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra of music by Leonard Bernstein and Hollywood composer Michael McLean for the Delos Label. Mr. Lewis began his violin studies at the age of four, participating in the Ottawa Suzuki Strings program, and traveling to Japan twice to study with Dr. Suzuki. He received his Bachelor and Master degrees from The Juilliard School, studying with the renowned pedagogue, Dorothy DeLay. Mr. Lewis holds the David and Mary Winton Green Chair in String Performance and Pedagogy at The University of Texas at Austin. In addition, he is Artistic Director of the Starling-DeLay Symposium on Violin Studies at The Juilliard School in New York City, Artistic Director and Faculty and the Brian Lewis Young Artists Program held most recently in Fairbanks, AK. He has also recently held positions as the Class of '57 Visiting Professor of Music at Yale University and Visiting Professor at the Cleveland Institute of Music. More information about Mr. Lewis can be found at www.brianlewisviolin.com. PRACTICING FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE: I'm excited to tell you that Practicing for Peak Performance is now available for download! Go to MindOverFinger.com for access to all the tools that will help you transform your practice, gain confidence in your process, and start performing at your best. With the purchase of PPP, you gain: Access to all recorded content - over 7 hours of instruction Guidance in effective high-performance systems Detailed handouts For a limited time only, a free 30-minute consultation with me. PPP alumnus Karmen Palusoo has this to say about PPP: “For a long time I have had this belief that learning an instrument is difficult and hard work or that it has to be, and there is no other way. Only a few weeks after PPP, I am starting to feel that change! My everyday practice sessions are now filled with freedom and ease!” THANK YOU: A HUGE thank you to my fantastic producer, Bella Kelly, who works really hard to make this podcast as pleasant to listen to as possible for you. Most sincere thank you to composer Jim Stephenson who graciously provided the show's musical theme. Concerto #1 for Trumpet and Chamber Orchestra – Movement 2: Allegro con Brio, performed by Jeffrey Work, trumpet, and the Lake Forest Symphony, conducted by Jim Stephenson. Thank you to pianist-singer-song-writer Louise Kelly for the introduction! You can find out more about Kelly and her creative work by visiting louisekelly.com. MIND OVER FINGER: I encourage you to visit MindOverFinger.com for a plethora of resources on mindful practice and information on how to work with me. 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Just as the new James Bond has hit the screen, the chatter about who is going to replace Daniel Craig has begun. Some are adamant that it should absolutely not be another white, straight, macho man - the times have moved on from all that. But would changing the character into a woman or a person of colour or with a different sexual orientation be doing violence to the very concept of who James Bond is? And why does it matter who James Bond, a fictional character, is portrayed by? Do the norms of the real world always manage to creep in into the world of fantasy? And was Plato right when he worried about the potential corrupting influence of art?Adriana Clavel-Vázquez British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Philosophy, at the University of Oxford, working on the ethics of imagination. Adriana's article for the Institute of Art and Ideas, It's time to let James Bond Die, can be found here. Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. This podcast is created in partnership with The Philosopher, the UK's longest running public philosophy journal. Check out the autumn season of online philosophy webinars: https://www.thephilosopher1923.org Artwork by Nick Halliday
In this podcast episode, Greg Marchildon interviews Daniel J. Robinson,. He is the author of Cigarette Natio: Business, Health, and Canadian Smokers, 1930–1975 published by McGill-Queen's University Press in 2021. Robinson's account illustrates how smoking became a habit for over half of Canadians, both men and women, by the early postwar period. This book is part of a new McGill-Queen's “Intoxicating Histories” series edited by medical historians Virginia Berridge, Erika Dyck and Noelle Plack. An associate professor in the Faculty of Information & Media Studies at the University of Western Ontario Professor Robinson has previously written books on the history of communications and polling in Canada as well as on the history of the print and broadcast media.
In his theater career, Andy Park has worked with puppets and whales. He writes musicals and started his own theater company. Now, he brings his life experience to the stage at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In this episode of Faculty 101, find out how UNL students earn professional experience in theater and why Andy Park recommends you leap before you're ready. Show Notes: Learn more about the Nebraska Rep ›› nebraskarep.org; Learn more about Andy Park ›› arts.unl.edu/theatre-and-film/faculty/andrew-park
The transition from student to the practice setting is stressful as a graduate nurse. Faculty should have conversations with students about having a healthy work environment after graduation to promote position satisfaction, patient safety, and the achievement of positive patient outcomes. Don't miss this podcast with the experts: Cory Church, Texas Tech University, Sheri Cosme, Director, Practice PTAP and ANCC, and Meagan White, Senior Operations Manager, PTAP and ANCC.
This episode of the Pre-PT Grind podcast features a conversation between Podcast Director Briana Drapp, an Associate Professor Dr. Jenna Sawdon-Bea. Dr. Sawdon-Bea discuss what Fresno sees as a well rounded student and how students can be more active in their community outreach to make themselves a stronger applicant for Fresno State Physical Theray Program. Tune in to learn more! Ask us your questions! - Send a voice message. Instructions click here https://help.anchor.fm/hc/en-us/articles/360001018972-Voice-messages If you are interested, we'd love to give you access to one of our BEST PT school acceptance trainings www.preptsecrets.com Find us at www.preptgrind.com and enjoy this episode of the Pre-PT Grind Podcast!
Episode Notes:More information about Jill's book, Situated Narratives and Sacred Dance: Performing the Entangled Histories of Cuba and West Africa can be found here: https://www.uaa.alaska.edu/academics/college-of-arts-and-sciences/departments/theatre-and-dance/secrets-under-the-skin/The public ePortfolios of Jill's students which are mentioned during the conversation are listed below:Kavya Bhagawatula - https://alaska.digication.com/kavya-bhagawatula-copy-for-jill-dance-370-f20/home-1/published Abbigale Seitz - https://alaska.digication.com/dnce-370-abbigales-portfolio-copy-for-jill-f20/home-1/published Tess Zernzack Hagensieker - https://alaska.digication.com/tess-dance-repertoire-and-performance-copy-for-jill/home-1/published Panika Teeple - https://alaska.digication.com/panika-teeple-copy-for-jill-of-dance-370/home-1/published Lily Myers - https://alaska.digication.com/lily-myers-dance-research-copy-for-jill-f20/home-1/published Blake Blanning - https://alaska.digication.com/blake-blanning-interdisciplinary-dance-studies-copy-for-jill-dance-370-f20/home-1/published
On today's episode of Colorado Edition, we hear how a Colorado town that is almost entirely vaccinated is still being impacted by the spread of COVID-19. We also learn about a new ballot proposal to fund educational programs, and talk to a Community College instructor about the lack of benefits for adjunct faculty.
A conversation on how distance learning and the COVID-19 pandemic has been transformational for faculty, too, with Bauer College Director of Digital Learning and Senior Professor of Practice Emese Felvegi; Full-Time MBA Program and Global Studies Director and Instructional Assistant Professor Olivia Miljanic; and Professional MBA Program Director and Instructional Assistant Professor Marina Sebastijanovic.
Vaccine mandates, love them or hate them, they are most likely affecting you in some shape and form. But what exactly does the constitution have to say about mandates? On this episode, your political host, Will Wright, talks with Constitutional Professor Eric Berger about the constitutionality of vaccine mandates. Then they discuss a Supreme Court case that is often cited to justify mandates, Jacobson v. Massachusets, and lastly Will finally gets his chance to flex his knowledge of OSHA to the professor! Guest Bio:Professor Berger clerked for the Honorable Merrick B. Garland on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He then practiced in Jenner & Block's Washington, D.C. office, where he worked on litigation in several state and federal trial and appellate courts, including the United States Supreme Court. Professor Berger's matters there included cases involving lethal injection, same-sex marriage, the detention of foreign nationals at Guantanamo Bay, and internet obscenity. Professor Berger teaches Constitutional Law I (structure), Constitutional Law II (rights), Constitutional History, Federal Courts, First Amendment, and Statutory Interpretation. He also teaches a class for undergraduates on Legislation and Regulation. He has been voted Professor of the Year by the upperclass law students six times. He has also received the College Distinguished Teaching Award (in 2010), the Law Alumni Council Distinguished Faculty Award (in 2018), and the John H. Binning Award for Excellence (in 2019). Professor Berger's scholarship focuses on constitutional law. Much of his work explores judicial decision making in constitutional cases, with special attention to deference, fact finding, rhetorical strategies, and other under-theorized factors that help shape judicial opinions in constitutional cases. His article Individual Rights, Judicial Deference, and Administrative Law Norms in Constitutional Decision Making, 91 B.U. L. REV. 2029 (2011), was named the 2011 winner of the American Constitution Society's Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law. Professor Berger has also written extensively about lethal injection litigation. Professor Berger has testified in the Nebraska legislature about a variety of constitutional issues, including free speech, lethal injection, and the process for amending the U.S. Constitution. He is also the faculty advisor to the Law College's chapter of the American Constitution Society and to the Community Legal Education Project, which sends law students into Lincoln public schools to teach about the Constitution.Professor Berger served as Associate Dean for Faculty from 2016 to 2020.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/faithpolitics)
Episode four introduces listeners to Dr. Craig Ott, Professor of Mission and Intercultural Studies, ReachGlobal Chair of Mission and Director of the PhD.in Intercultural Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Craig also received his MDiv and PhD from TEDS, and his familiarity with the school stretches a long way. Dr. Josh Jipp and Dr. James Arcadi have a lively conversation with Craig, ranging from his upbringing and conversion in Southern California during the Jesus Movement through to his current work on contextualization in teaching and learning. Craig eventually found his way to TEDS as a student, where he discusses the impactful experiences with professors who sustained intellectual rigor with passionate evangelism (not to mention his experience meeting his now wife and fellow colleague, Alice). Craig and Alice now both teach at TEDS, and they bring with them rich experiences of having served as missionaries to Germany and as church planters, a time during which they had to learn lessons about how to bring the gospel to new places, with new questions and challenges. Apologetics, missions, intercultural studies and evangelism integrate into a profound set of sensitivities that Craig now brings into the classroom and beyond.Along the way, listeners will discover… How much Josh knows about the Premier League (speaking of cross cultural experience…)Whether it is a good idea for spouses to edit one another's booksWhich board game serves as a helpful analogue to contextualizationTo learn more about Dr. Craig Ott, have a look at the PhD. in Intercultural Studies program at TEDS, at his new book Teaching and Learning across Cultures, his earlier book The Church on Mission or his recent chapel message.
Did you know that there were some gems in the horror genre back in the 90's? Nate and Ryan talk about favorite halloween costumes, horror movies people have seen more than five times, the movie the Faculty, and much, much more! Find out how/if any of these are related! Remember: you can always join in on the fun, follow the show, or ask tons of questions via email or on twitter You can also purchase merchandise for the show here
Dr. Rodrigo Sanches Cunha discusses the current state of the art in endodontics and future trends. Dr. Rodrigo Sanches Cunha completed his Undergraduate Dental Degree in 1994, which he obtained from the Catholic University of Campinas in Sao Paulo - Brazil. His post-graduate studies include a Specialty degree in Endodontics obtained in 1997 from the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP); in 2002, a M.Sc. degree in Clinical Dentistry (Endodontics), and in 2006, a Ph.D. degree in Dental Sciences both of which he received from Sao Leopoldo Mandic Centre for Dental Research. In 2011, Dr. Cunha moved with his wife (Andressa) and three daughters (Leticia, Larissa and Helena) to Winnipeg to work as a Full-time Professor at the College of Dentistry, Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. Dr. Cunha became Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada (Endodontics) in 2013 and, in 2016, decided to work in Private Practice full-time. Dr. Cunha joined Dr. Simona Pesun as the founders of Prairie Endodontics in 2018. Dr. Cunha has been a guest speaker at more than 200 events worldwide. Dr. Cunha has published more than 100 papers and abstracts in several peer reviewed journals and six book chapters and has extensive clinical experience obtained working in Private Practice limited to Endodontics since 1995.Dr. Cunha is a real Winnipeg Jets fan and enjoys watching sports, swimming and enjoying his family during his spare time.The Dental Clinical Companion Podcast (DCCP) is provided for general informational purposes only. The DCCP, MounceEndo, LLC, Dr. Joel Fransen, Richmond Endodontics CA, and Dr. Richard Mounce personally have no liability for any clinical, management, or financial decisions or actions taken or made by you based on the information provided in this program. The DCCP is not intended to offer dental, medical, legal, management, investment, surgical, tax, clinical, or any other professional advice. Reliance on the information in the DCCP is done entirely at the listeners own risk. No guarantees, representations, or warrantees are made with regard to the completeness, accuracy, and/or quality of the DCCP. The DCCP takes no responsibility for, does not endorse, and does not imply a relationship/affiliation to any websites, products, services, devices, individuals, organizations which are hyperlinked to any DCCP component or mentioned in the DCCP. Third party materials, hyperlinks, and/or DCCP content does not reflect the opinions, standards, and policies of MounceEndo, LLC (owner of the DCCP, Dr. Richard Mounce, the guest, or show sponsors). The DCCP makes no warranty that the Podcast and its server are free of computer viruses or other destructive or contaminating code elements. The Dental Clinical Companion Podcast expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special consequential or other damages arising out of any individuals use of, reference to, reliance on, or inability to use, this podcast or the information presented in this podcast. Support the show (http://mounceendo.com/)
Dylan Dean, a senior in EE, started a petition against the university mask mandate. Teachers at the school have dropped the F-word on him, and President Cruzado has police outside her door. Hear his side of the story.
Guest: Prof Shabir Madhi Director of the South African Medical Research Council Vaccines and Infectious Diseases Analytical Research Unit Shabir Madhi is Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and Professor of Vaccinology at the University of the Witwatersrand, JohannesburgDirector of the South African Medical Research Council Vaccines and Infectious Diseases Analytical Research Unit Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and Professor of Vaccinology at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guest: Professor Wolfgang Preiser | Head: Division of Medical Virology at Stellenbosch University Many listeners call in with some confusion as to whether their natural immunity after COVID means that there is no reason to vaccinate. Professor Wolfgang Preiser will bring insight to the subject. He is The Head of Medical Virology at the Faculty of Medivine and Health Sciences at the UNivesity of Stellenbosch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
While specialists in online education, such as instructional designers and administrative leaders, help carry out online courses and programs strategically, it is the faculty whose voice, wisdom, and human connections make online learning successful. In this episode, hosts Kelvin and Tom discuss the importance of this faculty voice and valuing.
This week on the podcast, we welcome two very impressive women. Chelsea Vowel is a Métis writer and educator from manitowsâkahikan (Lac Ste. Anne) Alberta, residing in amiskwacîwâskihikan (Edmonton). She is a Cree language instructor at the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta and author of Indigenous Writes: A Guide to First Nations, Métis & Inuit Issues in Canada. She and her co-host Molly Swain produce the Indigenous feminist sci-fi podcast Métis in Space. Sandra Lamouche is Chelsea's mentee. Located in Fort MacLeod, Sandra works in fiction and poetry. She is a Nehiyaw Iskwew wife and mother and member of the Bigstone Cree Nation. She is a champion hoop dancer, award-winning Indigenous Educational Leader, and a two-time TEDx speaker. Listen to this episode to hear about mentorship, their journey to writing that was very motivated by the lack of representation of Indigenous people, how the landscape of writing is changing, Indigenous vs. western storytelling, and the true meaning of decolonization. ... Follow Shayla Oulette Stonechild on Instagram Visit thebrandisfemale.com.
"The frame begins to cry - something gets broken in the analytic session. What do we do then? We interpret just based on early material, what we know about the patient, some kind of reconstruction? Or are we facing a piece of reality that cannot be analyzed, just analyzed. It might be acknowledged that you have to face it in some way or other, and this is the similarity with what might happen when the 4th wall is disrupted." Episode Description: We begin with an understanding of the 4th wall as it refers to the actor's stage - the removal from reality, immersion in metaphor, and the illusion of not being witnessed. Isaac describes how this informs his sense of the analytic frame which he sees as a "choreography between the internal and external worlds." We discuss the challenge of engaging patients when the dyad together faces external dangers. These moments provide an opportunity for "connectivity" to be followed by a return to metaphor. We close by discussing his personal journey from Argentina to eventually landing in the United States. We consider the similarities and differences between analysis in Buenos Aires and in New York. Our Guest: Isaac Tylim, PsyD is on the Faculty and Clinical Consultant New York University Postdoctoral Program and is a Fellow and Training Analyst at the Institute For Psychoanalytic Training and Research. He is a former Secretary of the IPA committee in the UN, Co-Founder of the Trauma and Disaster Specialization Program at the NYU Postdoctoral Program, and is a past member of the editorial board of JAPA He played the role of Ferenczi in a theatrical event based on the correspondence between Freud and Ferenczi- (Prague, London, Buenos Aires, New York, Philadelphia. Denver) Recommended Readings: The Power of Apologies in Transforming Resentment into Forgiveness, I J of Applied Psychoanal Studies, 2005. 2(3). Living with Terror. Working with Trauma, Skyscrapers and Bones. Memorials to Lost Objects in the Culture of Desire. In D Knaffo,2004, NY: Aronson Terrorism and the Psychoanalytic Space (co-editor) 2003, NY: Pace University Ethical Notes on Disrupted Frames and Violated Boundaries. Psychoanalysis in Argentina. A Couch with a View. Psychoanalytic Dialogues.1996 6 (5) Reconsidering the Moveable Frame in Psychoanalysis. (Co-editor), 2018 London and New York: Routledge The Fourth Wall Comes Down. Creative Responses to the Unexpected Room. 2018 NY IPTAR The Power of Apologies in Transforming Resentment into Forgiveness I J of Applied Psychoanal Studies.2005 2(3).
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On our first-ever “rapid round” of shorter conversations on multiple topics (recorded via the social audio app Clubhouse), we discuss: provinces that won't make Orange Shirt Day a holiday; the stripping of a residential school advocate's name from various Edmonton locations; and what happens on Twitter when an Israel state official tweets in support of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Day. Joining host/producer Rick Harp on this inaugural audio experiment: Ken Williams (assistant professor with the University of Alberta's department of drama) and Kim TallBear (professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta) >> CREDITS: 'Microship' by CavalloPazzo (CC BY-SA 4.0)
Vulnerable youth are being impacted by the pandemic. Faculty member Dr Ian Matheson, who researches students with exceptionalities, discusses ways that the pandemic has positively and negatively affected students with exceptionalities and talks about some strategies teachers and parents are using to navigate teaching in a pandemic environment. Please note this podcast was recorded in […]
Information overload. We all know about it, but what can we do about it? In today's Faculty Factory Podcast with Jose Suarez, MD, FNCS, FANA, we discuss some of the habits and hacks for combatting information overload to the benefit of our patients. We also chat about how concepts of precision medicine can be applied to education, faculty development, and more. Dr. Suarez serves as Professor and Director of Neurosciences Critical Care in the Departments of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Neurology, and Neurosurgery with Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore. He is also a Past President of the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS).
We're staying in Florida today but it's "Back to College" as we sit down with FSU COACH faculty member, Dr. Megan Buning. Dr. Buning has quite an athletic background (Olympics!!!) as well as serving as an elite Coach before returning to academia. She is also a USOC and Para USOC Certified Mental Performance Consultant® and she shares her story along with some RESEARCH Based Best Practices as a Former Disvion I coach/athlete, and talent analyst for SECNetwork+ & ACCx on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support
As the Learning Portfolio Program Manager at Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois, Brody Tate oversees 55 portfolio programs, comprising roughly 10,000 active users per semester. In this Digication Scholars Conversation, Brody details how he manages this enormous responsibility by working face to face with faculty and department chairs to develop programs that run efficiently and smoothly. Brody prioritizes giving ePortfolio users the know-how, combined with a freedom to create, resulting in a thriving, mutually supportive ePortfolio community. Later, Brody and host, Jeff Yan, discuss emerging trends in how students and graduates are approaching portfolios for career development, and how students can use portfolios to better themselves and improve the world. “I think if we give ourselves the freedom to learn and explore, our world would look a lot different”
On this episode of the Pre-PT Grind Podcast, Dr. Casey Coleman, PT, DPT interviews Enrollment Counselor Halima Krugh and 3rd year DPT student Daniel Codrington of Messiah University. This episode features a discussion on what makes a great DPT applicant for Messiah University's DPT program and how best students can best prepare to apply to this program. Tune in to learn more! Contact information listed below for: Halima Krugh - email@example.com Daniel Codrington - firstname.lastname@example.org "Messiah University is a Private Non-Denominational Christian University with faculty who are Christian teaching from a faith lens. That said, we do not require our DPT students to be Christian as we welcome students from all backgrounds and foster a gracious environment." Ask us your questions! - Send a voice message. Instructions click here https://help.anchor.fm/hc/en-us/articles/360001018972-Voice-messages If you are interested, we'd love to give you access to one of our BEST PT school acceptance trainings www.preptsecrets.com Find us at www.preptgrind.com and enjoy this episode of the Pre-PT Grind Podcast!
Welcome to the PHIT Society Podcast, a place where we all phit. Each week we record an impactful conversation exploring a more human side of fitness, health, and wellness. This week, we are talking with Erin Nitschke, an exercise science Faculty at Laramie County Community College, personal trainer and health coach, and writer for ACE, NFPT and IDEA. We talk about the body image problem in the fitness industry, how to increase our exercise science literacy, and how to have meaningful conversations that drive change. You can find Erin at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/belivestaywell/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/BeLiveStayWell1 Linkedin - http://www.linkedin.com/in/belivestaywell Instagram – nitschkeerin
Dr. James Orr is a Ph.D. holding author of books The Mind of God and The Works of Nature. Dr. Nigel Biggar is an American priest, author, and moral and pastoral theology professor at Oxford. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: Helix Sleep: Go to www.helixsleep.com/jordan for $200 dollars off all mattress orders and two free pillows. Basis by Elysium: Visit www.trybasis.com/jordan and use code “JBPBASIS” for one month free (equivalent to $45 off). Canva: Go to www.canva.me/peterson to get your FREE 45-day extended trial. In today's episode, Dr. Jordan, Dr. James Orr, and Dr. Nigel Biggar discussed how religion and culture affect your identity. They also discuss nationalism, human rights throughout history, ideology, and more. Want to know how your identity gives meaning to your life? Then this episode is for you. Dr. James Orr is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. He holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge and a BA in Classics from Balliol College, Oxford. He is the author of The Mind of God and the Works of Nature and teaches the philosophy of religion and ethics at Cambridge. He is a regular contributor to The Times Literary Supplement and The Critic Magazine. Dr. Nigel Biggar, an Anglican priest, is a moral and pastoral theology professor at Oxford where he also directs the Mcdonald centre for theology, ethics, and public life. He is the author behind many books including: What's Wrong with Rights? Between Kin and Cosmopolis, In Defense of War, and Behaving in Public: How to do Christian Ethics in Public. Dr. Nigel Biggar: Twitter: https://twitter.com/nigelbiggar?lang=en Website profile: https://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/staff/professor-nigel-biggar McDonald Centre website: https://www.mcdonaldcentre.org.uk/ Dr James Orr: Website profile: https://www.divinity.cam.ac.uk/directory/dr-james-orr The Mind of God and Works of Nature: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mind-God-Works-Nature-Philosophical/dp/9042937629 Neo-Aristotelian Metaphysics and the Theology of Nature: https://www.routledge.com/Neo-Aristotelian-Metaphysics-and-the-Theology-of-Nature/Simpson-Koons-Orr/p/book/9780367637149 - Subscribe to “Mondays of Meaning” newsletter here: https://linktr.ee/DrJordanBPeterson Follow Dr. Peterson: Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/JordanPetersonVideos Twitter - https://twitter.com/jordanbpeterson Instagram - https://instagram.com/jordan.b.peterson Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/drjordanpeterson Website: https://jordanbpeterson.com/ Visit our merch store: https://teespring.com/stores/jordanbpeterson Interested in sponsoring this show? Reach out to our advertising team: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Perioperative Exercise Testing and Training Society (POETTS) presents "Nutrition and patient living with and beyond cancer" in partnership with the Macmillan Trust. A real stand out moment from this year's Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine (EBPOM) London. This discussion is essential listening for anyone interested in pre-optimisation, muscle mass, nutrition, malnourishment - how to spot it and what to do about it, surgery and the importance of protein. Presented by Denny Levett, Professor in Perioperative Medicine and Critical Care at Southampton University Hospital NHS Foundation trust and Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Southampton, Gerrit Slooter, Surgical Oncologist, Maxima Medical Centre, The Netherlands, Steven Olde Damink, Consultant HBP Surgeon, University of Maastricht, Dileep Lobo, Professor of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, University of Nottingham and Consultant Hepatopancreaticobiliary Surgeon at Queen's Medical Centre, Chelsia Gillis, Registered Dietician, McGill University, Ca.
My guest is my friend Airo Hino. Airo is a Professor of Political Science in the Faculty of Political Science and Economics at Waseda University in Japan. His main work in on electoral behavior and party politics in Western Europe, on which he has published many articles and books, includingNew Challenger Parties in Western Europe: A Comparative Analysis, by Routledge in 2012. However, more recently, he has also been working on populism in Japan, which will be topic of our conversation today.
Proof of vaccination for certain areas and activities began in Ontario this week. What are they, why are they needed, and what do they hope to accomplish? Will they help the province out of the fourth wave? We ask Raywat Deonandan, epidemiologist and associate professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa, and Dr. Martha Fulford, associate professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at McMaster University. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Eric Bass, MD, MPH, is our guest this week for another installment of the Faculty Factory Podcast. Dr. Bass is interviewed about the habits, hacks, and hints he has implemented over the years in his successful and accomplished career in academic medicine. Dr. Bass is a general internist and Professor with Johns Hopkins Medicine. He holds a joint appointment in the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the Department of Health Policy and Management, and Epidemiology. Dr. Bass also serves as Director of the Johns Hopkins Evidence-based Practice Center.
This Covid Conversation looks back at the growth of Marquette's Covid Research Initiative to evaluate how the various projects that emerged under its umbrella provide templates and ideas for collaborative research. It is especially noteworthy that each participant wears several hats at Marquette. We also consider what it meant to produce 24 episodes of this podcast and where it may go in the future. Participants include: Dr. Edward Blumenthal, Associate Dean of Faculty, Research, and Graduate Studies in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences and professor of Biology; former co-director of the Northwestern Mutual Data Science Institute. Dr. Sandra Hunter, chief convener of the Covid-19 Research Initiative, director of the Athletic and Human Performance Research Center, and professor of Exercise Science. Dr. Lezlie Knox, organizer of the Covid Conversations podcast, and associate professor and chair of the Department of History Dr. Andrea Schneider, inaugural director of the Institute for Women's Leadership and director of the Alternative Dispute Resolution program in the Marquette University Law School where she is a professor.
In Episode 32, it's a Festive Fall Faculty Fun party we call Pumpkin Pizzazz - a fun kick-off to fall for our staff to get together and decorate pumpkins. Invitations: Create a fun graphic to get everyone in a fun, fall mood and send via Paperless Post or Evite so you can easily track who's attending.What to wear: Make it as simple and convenient as possible for staff. We just suggest everyone wear black and then we may provide some fun really inexpensive masks for everyone to wear for photos we might take. If your staff wants to dress up, a fun idea is to use this halloween costume generator from Different Drummer Dance. Food: Breakfast - Fall/pumpkin flavored donuts, pastries and coffee. Lunch: Cater something simple like Chicken Salad ChickSweets: Fall/Halloween themed Donuts, cookies and candy.Set-Up: You can go full out or keep it simple; inside or outside. You can do a Fall theme, Halloween theme or even in the theme of your show. We recommend doing outside if weather permits!Craft supplies: Glue guns, E-6000, Elmer's Craft Glue, craft/scrapbook/glitter paper, pom pom balls, googly eyes, spiders, halloween stickers, rhinestones, pipe cleaners. Fall or Halloween paper plates and small bowls to use for everyone to gather their craft supplies in is key. We also set up a cute table for the food, and had a shelf outside to display the completed the pumpkins. The decorated pumpkins are so fun for the kids to look at and guess which one is from their teacher. You can create contest for dancers to select their favorite or just use them as decor! If you have time during your staff get together, this would be a great opportunity to teach them our Halloweek on the Dance Floor combo. New combo coming soon, but check out all our past combos here. You can easily this translate this event into a teen or company member bonding event. You can buy lots of $1 tiny pumpkins and use Sharpies to decorate them.Take photos and video of your event - each person with their pumpkin and a group shot. Use video footage to create a Reel/story, etc! This is such a fun event to share on social media and also great pics to use for a staff bday and on your staff page in your year-end show program! We hope this inspires you to get in the mood for fall and/or halloween and put something simple and fun on the calendar for your staff. More Halloween Fun:Let the Spooktacular Halloweek Games BeginOctober Mood: Wickedly EnchantedOur Top Ten Spooktacular Ideas for DanceSubscribe & ShareYou are officially invited to subscribe to our podcast, and we would love you to leave us a 5 star rating and review! We'd also love for you to share our podcast on social media! Tag us and we'll repost! Join our (FREE) Confetti CircleRequest to join our private (and FREE) Facebook GroupFollow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest
This episode of MOTR I have the pleasure of the company of fellow Yamaha Horn Artists Mike McCoy (former hornist of Presidio Brass, studio musician and Faculty at San Diego State University and Point Loma Nazarene University) and Larry Williams (Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra, Lyric Brass Quintet and Adjunct Professor of Horn at Washington Adventist University). Grab a cold one and join us as we talk about our hate / hate relationship with bell covers, reminisce on stories and antics of long running shows and what its like to be a horn player in the world of professional Brass Quintets!
Can artificial intelligence (AI) and predictive technology prevent crime? And what is at stake if it does? This week we look at an AI tool Queensland police are trialling to help predict and prevent domestic violence incidents, and what's happening around the world with this type of technology more broadly and how transparency can underpin public trust and support of such tools. Guests: Professor Lyria Bennett Moses, Director of the Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation and a Professor in the Faculty of Law and Justice at UNSW Sydney & Associate Professor Michael Cowling, Information and Communication Technology at CQUniversity Australia
Faculty are often required to publish their scholarship in peer-reviewed journals and need to be aware of predatory journals. This podcast with Dr. Yondell Masten will help authors to identify predatory journals, which do not follow sound ethical processes.
Fan of the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon)! How does a radical kid from Toronto end up running a public policy institute in Alberta? It's just the path of life for Gordon Laxer. Gordon's work took him to the belly of the beast, fighting for climate action in the heartland of oil & gas, and advocating for a renewed insurgency effort within the NDP — an effort that earned him a blacklisting from the party for his leadership in the Waffle. We discuss his life, his other, his work, and everything in between. Links https://www.gordonlaxer.com/ (Gordon's website) https://www.parklandinstitute.ca/ (The Parkland Institute) About Gordon Laxer Gordon Laxer is the founding Director and former head of Parkland Institute at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. Parkland is a non-corporate research institute that does public policy research to serve the public interest. When the Progressive Conservatives ruled Alberta under Ralph Klein, the Globe and Mailcalled Parkland Alberta's ‘unofficial opposition'. Parkland's mission has been to change the political culture of Alberta. Laxer is a Political Economist and professor emeritus at the University of Alberta, and the author of After the Sands: Energy and Ecological Security for Canadians (Sept 2015) Douglas & McIntyre. Ge has authored or edited five other books, including Open for Business: The Roots of Foreign Ownership in Canada (Oxford Uni Press), which received the John Porter Award for best book written about Canada, and have published over 50 journal articles and refereed book chapters and reports. He was the Principal Investigator of a $1.9 million research project: Neoliberal Globalism and its Challengers: Reclaiming the Commons in the Semi-periphery (2000-2006). He is a socially-engaged, public intellectual. His op eds have been published in the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, the Edmonton Journal, the Calgary Herald, the Montreal Gazette, the Vancouver Sun, the Province(Vancouver), the Winnipeg Free Press, the Victoria Times Colonist, the Hill Times, the Saint John Chronicle Herald, the St. John's Telegram, Canadian Dimension, and other publications. He has been interviewed a number of times on venues such as the CBC's The Current, As it Happens, and the House, and served on the board of the Council of Canadians from 2004 to 2009. About the Parkland Institute Parkland Institute is an Alberta-wide, non-partisan research centre situated within the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta. Parkland Institute studies economic, social, cultural, and political issues facing Albertans and Canadians, using the perspective of political economy. The Institute shares the results of its research widely and promotes discussion of the issues its research raises. Stay connected with the latest from New Left Radio by https://newleft.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8227a4372fe8dc22bdbf0e3db&id=e99d6c70b4 (joining our mailing list) today! _________ Support this podcast
In the third episode of the season, Dr. Michelle Knight and Dr. Fellipe do Vale sit down with President Felix Theonugraha of Western Theological Seminary and alumnus of the MDiv and PhD in Educational Studies at TEDS. Felix previously served as Dean of Students and VP of Student Life and University Ministries at TEDS.Michelle and Fellipe engage Felix about his experiences as the President of a seminary—both the joys and the challenges. The inevitable complexities of leading during the pandemic are discussed, and Felix offers wise and compassionate insight. He also describes the journey into his current role, a path that involved both great hope and the recognition of the pressures of the task. From there, the conversation transitions from past to future as Felix lays out his hopes for the role of a seminary within the United States and throughout the world. Chief among them is the hope that the people who make up a seminary genuinely know God and see their education as an act of worship and spiritual formation. He also hopes that seminaries take seriously the global and racial diversity they ought to nurture. Questions of the relationship between strategies that have been good and worked in the past and those that need to change for the future are also broached.Along the way, listeners will discover…Which member of the Foreword crew is in a picture Felix has hanging in his houseWhich TEDS professors have been most formative for Felix in thinking about institutional leadershipOf which club Michelle was the treasurerTo learn more about President Felix Theonugraha, visit his website bio, the President's page at WTS (where you can find statements and interviews), or watch his talk from Mosaic at TEDS.
In this special follow-up episode, Kajsa Berlin-Kaufusi joins the podcast again to talk about her time working at BYU. As faculty at BYU, she worked in the ancient scripture department teaching religion courses. Kajsa covers why she and the school parted ways and after that, we discuss spirituality after Mormonism. We cover several topics in […] The post Rameumptom Ruminations: 019: From BYU Faculty to Apostate with Kajsa Berlin-Kaufusi Part 2 appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.
For the second wood of the month, we're giving you Frank Khalfoun and Alexandre Aja's Maniac, starring Elijah Wood and Nora Arnezeder. So, doll yourselves up, get your wash and set, and prepare to be scalped by the man of the month himself, Elijah "Norman Dates" Wood. If you have anything to add to the discussion, please don't hesitate to do so by reaching out to us on social media @TheFilmFlamers, or call our hotline and leave us a message at 972-666-7733! Watch Maniac: https://amzn.to/3zoURGk Out this Month: Week 1: Shooting the Flames: September 2021 Week 2: The Faculty (1998) Week 3: Maniac (2012) Week 4: Patreon: The Good Son (1993) Coming in October 2021: Halloween (1978): https://amzn.to/2Yo7Viq Halloween (2018): https://amzn.to/3h8uYEy Hot Take: Halloween Kills (2021) Get in Touch: Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheFilmFlamers Visit our Store: https://teespring.com/stores/thefilmflamers Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheFilmFlamers/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheFilmFlamers NEW! Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/thefilmflamers/ Our Website: https://www.filmflamers.com Call our Hotline: 972-666-7733 Our Patrons: Alvin BattleBurrito Benjamin Gonzalez Bennet Hunter Brandon Anderson Charlotte Allen Dan Alvarez Dr. Joe DW Erica Huff Kimberly McGuirk-Klinetobe Kyle Kavanagh Lisa Libby Loch Hightower Matthew McHenry Nicole McDaniel Nikki (phillyenginerd) Nina Yanez Orion Yannotti Penelope Perfecta Erecta Poodie Castle Robert B. The Unknown Patron Sweet dreams... "Welcome to Horrorland" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "Orange" - Topher Mohr and Alex Elena: https://youtu.be/Vh-FWjjtcTM
Guaranteed to jack you up! Join Reneé, John Paul, and Travis as they discuss Robert Rodriguez's 1998 sci-fi horror film "The Faculty." Please consider supporting the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepodmortem Where to listen to the podcast and follow us on social media: https://allmylinks.com/thepodmortem Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thepodmortem https://twitter.com/bloodandsmoke https://twitter.com/realstreeter84 https://twitter.com/travismwh What would you rate The Faculty and what should we watch next? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org "Pod Mortem Theme" written and performed by Travis Hunter. https://youtube.com/travismwh
Show notes:In which Carla explores the horror subgenre found footage, and its subgenre internet horrorCreepypasta: https://creepypasta.fandom.com/https://www.reddit.com/r/creepypasta/https://www.reddit.com/r/creepygaminghttps://www.reddit.com/r/nosleepTed the Caver: https://creepypasta.fandom.com/wiki/Ted_the_Caverhttps://www.angelfire.com/trek/caver/Slender Man: https://creepypasta.fandom.com/wiki/The_Slender_ManMy Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/claradox/My Letterboxd “found footage” horror tag https://letterboxd.com/claradox/tag/found-footage/films/My Letterboxd “internet horror” tag https://letterboxd.com/claradox/tag/internet-horror/films/My Letterboxd There Might Be Cupcakes Movie List: https://letterboxd.com/claradox/list/there-might-be-cupcakes/Paris catacombs: https://www.catacombes.paris.fr/enReading suggestions: (Audible link to get a free month and a free book: https://www.audible.com/ep/creator?source_code=PDTGBPD060314004R)Behind the Horror: True Stories That Inspired Horror Movies by Dr. Lee Mellor Audible narrated by Adam Sims https://amzn.to/2YYubjb | to get it free with an Audible trial https://www.audible.com/ep/creator?source_code=PDTGBPD060314004R“The Forbidden” (Candyman) in the Books of Blood vol. 5, aka In the Flesh by Clive Barker Audible https://amzn.to/3tQHPQU narrated by Jeffrey Kafer, Melissa Exelberth, Scott O'Neill, and Vanessa Hart.Extra credit: Faculty of Horror: Episode 84: Summer of Plague Part 1: [•REC](2007) and [•REC 2] (2009) https://www.facultyofhorror.com/2020/05/episode-84-summer-of-plague-pt-1-contamination-•rec-2007-and-•rec²2009/Referenced: Journey to the Center of the Earth by H. G. Wells, narrated by Tim Curry https://amzn.to/3hKSRCtTheme song and stinger: “Comadreamers I” by Haunted Me, off their Pleasure album, used with permissionAll included movie trailed owned by their respective copyrights. Edited by me for brevity, to avoid spoilers, and to maximize the creepiness factor. How to Support Cupcakes:Audible: https://www.audible.com/ep/creator?source_code=PDTGBPD060314004RCare/Of Vitamins: https://takecareof.com/invites/chr4bwPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/m/theremightbecupcakesand please visit my lovely sponsors that share their ads on my episodes.Where to Find Cupcakes:Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/theremightbecupcakesFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theremightbecupcakesTwitter: @mightbecupcakesInstagram: @theremightbecupcakes and @carlahauntedReddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/theremightbecupcakes r/theremightbecupcakesGoodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/804047-there-might-be-cupcakes-podcast-groupContact: email@example.com Complete list of ways to listen to the podcast on the sidebar at http://theremightbecupcakes.com
As we start a new school year, Tamar Gendler, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Yale, explains her vision for distributing power at Yale and the questionable future of America's university system. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com