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Family Plot
Episode 130 The Belvoir Winery: A tale of Secret Societies and Specters

Family Plot

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 59:43


On this episode, Laura, Krysta and Dean discuss the Belvoir Winery in Liberty Missouri. But first Krysta has weird facts about Iguanas as well as Catching up with Krysta. Then we discuss the history of the secret society known as the Odd Fellows. Then, we learn of their history in the United States and specifically Missouri as these philanthropists form a school, a hospital and a home for the aged on 250 acres along with a farm and a cemetery and how the site eventually became disused, shrouded in rumor before being turned into the Belvoir Winery. The Winery is a place for wine tastings, weddings and staying the night in one of their 9 rooms. But the winery is haunted by it's past and actively haunted by shadow people, apparitions and more. We even hear from Blue and Demyx, two of the kids that aren't regularly on the show as they discuss their experiences at the Winery. So join us as we investigate this legendary location and find out all about it's haunted history!

Into the Impossible
Do We Live in a Mirror Universe? Oliver Philcox

Into the Impossible

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 41:53


Also available as a video on Youtube: https://youtu.be/y0_ePN7c1gw What is parity and how can it be violated? A striking asymmetry in the arrangements of galaxies in the sky has been announced. If confirmed, the finding would point to features of the unknown fundamental laws that operated during the Big Bang. “If this result is real, someone's going to get a Nobel Prize,” said Marc Kamionkowski, a physicist at Johns Hopkins University who was not involved in the analysis. Brian Keating and Oliver Philcox discuss the large scale structure of the universe and how enigmatic space tetrahedrons, drawn between galaxies, may map out some key features of the most poorly-understood phases of early big bang cosmology. Oliver Philcox is a theoretical physicist interested in statistical cosmology. He obtained his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Cambridge's Institute of Astronomy before spending a year in Harvard's Center for Astrophysics. He is a Junior Fellow in the Simons Society of Fellows, hosted at Columbia University. More: https://www.quantamagazine.org/asymmetry-detected-in-the-distribution-of-galaxies-20221205/ Connect with Professor Keating:

Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain

Replay: Immigrant ArchitectsLeaders of the profession share diverse perspectives on equity and architecture.Expanding our diversity series, this week we learn about the lived experiences of individuals who immigrated to the United States.Guests:Originally from Colombia, Graciela Carrillo, AIA, LEED AP, immigrated to the United States in 2003. She recently joined Nassau BOCES Facilities Services as a Senior Manager where she is managing school operational and capital projects. Graciela has committed a decade of volunteer leadership service to the AIA. Currently she is serving as the President 2020-2021 as well as the Chapter's Women In Architecture Co-Founder and Co-Chair. Graciela was the past 2017-2018 NY Regional Director (YARD) for the Young Architects Forum (YAF). She is also the Co-Founder of the Immigrant Architects Coalition, a group committed to helping and providing resources for immigrant architects to achieve a prosperous career in the US. In 2019, Graciela was the recipient of the AIA NYS Young Architect Award. Gloria Kloter, AIA, NCARB, CODIA, is founder and CEO of Glow Architects. A practicing architect both in her home country of the Dominican Republic and in the US, she has dedicated her career to helping other young architects grow. She is the founder of the Foreign Architects, a private community in Facebook where she mentors young and aspiring immigrant architects on how to obtain their architect license in the United States. Gloria also serves as the Architect Licensing Advisor of the State of Florida through AIA Florida. She is a part of the Board of Directors of the AIA Tampa Bay where she is the chairperson of the Women in Architecture committee. She was also honored for the 2019 Sho-Ping Ching Women's Leadership Summit Scholarship, a recognition to mid-career women architects who are advancing toward leadership roles and are making a positive impact within their communities. Shahad Sadeq, Assoc. AIA is an Iraqi immigrant architectural designer at Smithgroup. She is an active member of the AIA in her local chapter in Dallas, Texas. Shahad is passionate about amplifying diverse voices in the profession and developing sustainable workplace culture. She currently is co-leading the immigrant architect coalition and sits on the J.E.D.I. committee board of Smithgroup. She previously helped found an Equity in Architecture effort through the AIA Kansas City Chapter.Yu-Ngok Lo, FAIA, CDT, LEED AP is the founding principal of YNL Architects, Inc. His work received numerous design awards such as the NAHB Best of American Living Awards, Gold Nugget Awards, Aurora Awards, American Residential Design Awards, and various AIA Design Awards. The projects of his firm have been published in ArchDaily, Hinge Magazine, CONDE, CommArch Magazine, and Hospitality-Interiors Magazine. Yu-Ngok is a past recipient of the AIBD Designer of the Year, AIA Presidential Citation, AIA National Young Architects Award, BD+C 40 Under 40, 2015 ENR 20 Under 40, and the AIACC Young Architect Award. He was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows in 2020.Show Links:

Jouissance Vampires
Lacanian Marxism On Today's Left with Jensen Suther

Jouissance Vampires

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 92:48


We sit down with philosopher Jensen Suther for a conversation on Lacanian Marxism on today's left.  Jensen Suther earned his PhD in Comparative Literature from Yale University and was recently elected as a Junior Fellow to the Harvard Society of Fellows. His forthcoming book, Spirit Disfigured: The Persistence of Freedom in the Modernist Novel, argues against the “lacanian turn” in Marxist theory and provides a new reading of Hegel's encyclopedia as the philosophical foundation of emancipatory politics. The host, Daniel Tutt is the host of Study Groups on Psychoanalysis and Politics and has taught philosophy at George Washington University, Marymount University, the Global Center for Advanced Studies and the Washington DC jail.

No Stylist Left Behind
Financial Planning with Brett Fellows

No Stylist Left Behind

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 28:55


Ever wonder how you can start investing your money? Where you should put it or what kind investments make sense for you? We are so excited to talk about investment planning with our special guest and Certified Financial Advisor Brett Fellows. IRA, and Solo 401K are the two we discuss, but what about knowing how much to invest? Brett shares how to get started and even how the smallest amount can pay off big time down the line. Tune in. Sponsored by Oligo Professionnel

Malpractice Insights
What is Medical Malpractice and How Does Someone Prove It?

Malpractice Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 8:32


Today we're talking basics… what exactly IS medical malpractice? And how does a judge and jury determine if you're guilty of it? Today we're going to answer 4 common questions that healthcare professionals have on this topic so that you can know what elements of proof need to be established in a case, what's expected of you, and how you can protect yourself.For the BLOG on this topic, visit: https://www.aegismalpractice.com/malpractice-insights/what-is-medical-malpractice-and-how-does-someone-prove-it

Malpractice Insights
Mailbag 6: Your Malpractice Questions...ANSWERED!

Malpractice Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 9:23


Today we're continuing our Mail Bag segment with some more “real life” scenarios to talk through. We're going to talk about tail insurance for advanced practitioners who are covered under a group, what kind of malpractice coverage you need when you're taking over a practice, and coverage options for direct primary care. 0:54 Tail insurance when leaving a group policy4:35 Coverage options when taking over a practice6:24 Coverage for direct primary care physicians8:34 Let Aegis help!**********Contact us!**********

AJNR Podcasts
January 2023

AJNR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 13:55


Hear the highlights of the January issue, including Editor's Choices and Fellows' Journal Club selections. (13:54)

Sacred and Profane Love
Episode 59: TS Eliot with Anthony Domestico

Sacred and Profane Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 97:41


In this episode, I speak to Anthony Domestico about the poetry of TS Eliot. We discuss Eliot the man, the critic, and the poet. We contrast the Wasteland and The Four Quartets, and discuss the reasons we prefer the latter to the former. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! Anthony Domestico is Chair of the Literature Department at Purchase College, State University of New York and the books columnist for Commonweal. His reviews and essays have appeared in The Atlantic, The Baffler, Book Post, the Boston Globe, and the Times Literary Supplement, among other places. His book, Poetry and Theology in the Modernist Period, is available from Johns Hopkins University Press. Jennifer Frey is an associate professor of philosophy and Peter and Bonnie McCausland Faculty Fellow at the University of South Carolina. She is also a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and the Word on Fire Institute. Prior to joining the philosophy faculty at USC, she was a Collegiate Assistant Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, where she was a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and an affiliated faculty in the philosophy department. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. in Philosophy and Medieval Studies (with a Classics minor) at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. She has published widely on action, virtue, practical reason, and meta-ethics, and has recently co-edited an interdisciplinary volume, Self-Transcendence and Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. Her writing has also been featured in Breaking Ground, First Things, Fare Forward, Image, Law and Liberty, The Point, and USA Today. She lives in Columbia, SC, with her husband, six children, and chickens. You can follow her on Twitter @ jennfrey. Sacred and Profane Love is a podcast in which philosophers, theologians, and literary critics discuss some of their favorite works of literature, and how these works have shaped their own ideas about love, happiness, and meaning in human life. Host Jennifer A. Frey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The podcast is generously supported by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and produced by Catholics for Hire. Episode Links: Words Alone, by Denis Donoghue https://amzn.to/3W8lquU Dig it up Again, Ryan Ruby https://bit.ly/3kl99WB Joanna Winant on difficulty https://bit.ly/3QK3Wnv Tradition and the Individual Talent https://bit.ly/2YONtSv Portrait of the Artist as a Grown Man https://bit.ly/3H7Qqa3

Sacred and Profane Love
Episode 59: TS Eliot with Anthony Domestico

Sacred and Profane Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 97:41


In this episode, I speak to Anthony Domestico about the poetry of TS Eliot. We discuss Eliot the man, the critic, and the poet. We contrast the Wasteland and The Four Quartets, and discuss the reasons we prefer the latter to the former. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! Anthony Domestico is Chair of the Literature Department at Purchase College, State University of New York and the books columnist for Commonweal. His reviews and essays have appeared in The Atlantic, The Baffler, Book Post, the Boston Globe, and the Times Literary Supplement, among other places. His book, Poetry and Theology in the Modernist Period, is available from Johns Hopkins University Press. Jennifer Frey is an associate professor of philosophy and Peter and Bonnie McCausland Faculty Fellow at the University of South Carolina. She is also a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and the Word on Fire Institute. Prior to joining the philosophy faculty at USC, she was a Collegiate Assistant Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, where she was a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and an affiliated faculty in the philosophy department. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. in Philosophy and Medieval Studies (with a Classics minor) at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. She has published widely on action, virtue, practical reason, and meta-ethics, and has recently co-edited an interdisciplinary volume, Self-Transcendence and Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. Her writing has also been featured in Breaking Ground, First Things, Fare Forward, Image, Law and Liberty, The Point, and USA Today. She lives in Columbia, SC, with her husband, six children, and chickens. You can follow her on Twitter @jennfrey. Sacred and Profane Love is a podcast in which philosophers, theologians, and literary critics discuss some of their favorite works of literature, and how these works have shaped their own ideas about love, happiness, and meaning in human life. Host Jennifer A. Frey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The podcast is generously supported by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and produced by Catholics for Hire. Episode Links: Words Alone, by Denis Donoghue Dig it up Again, Ryan Ruby Joanna Winant on difficulty Tradition and the Individual Talent Portrait of the Artist as a Grown Man

New Books in History
Richard Davenport-Hines, "Conservative Thinkers from All Souls College Oxford" (Boydell & Brewer, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 60:55


All Souls College Oxford was one of the meeting points of English public intellectuals in the twentieth century. Its Fellows prided themselves on agreeing in everything except their opinions. They included Cabinet Ministers from all the three major parties, and academics of diverse political allegiances, who met for frank conversations and lively disagreements. Davenport-Hines investigates historic strands of conservative thought: aversion to rapid and disruptive change, mistrust of majority opinions, prizing of community loyalties and pride over the assertion of aggressive individualism, the recession of the Church of England, and the impact of militarism. Conservative Thinkers from All Souls College Oxford (Boydell & Brewer, 2022) draws on the ideas of two conservative thinkers, 'Trimmer' Halifax and Michael Oakeshott, to examine the conservative assumptions, ideas, writings and influence of seven Fellows of All Souls from the last century. Their brands of conservatism regarded popular democracy as an unavoidable necessity which must be managed rather than loved. Their scepticism about the rule of the people was rooted in a meritocratic commitment to the government of the wise. They disliked plutocracy, regretted consumerism, and loathed sloppy and self-serving thought. All were more or less dissatisfied with the workings of the Westminster parliamentary model. Charles Coutinho, PH. D., Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, received his doctorate from New York University. His area of specialization is 19th and 20th-century European, American diplomatic and political history. He has written for Chatham House's International Affairs, the Institute of Historical Research's Reviews in History and the University of Rouen's online periodical Cercles. 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 Network
Richard Davenport-Hines, "Conservative Thinkers from All Souls College Oxford" (Boydell & Brewer, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 60:55


All Souls College Oxford was one of the meeting points of English public intellectuals in the twentieth century. Its Fellows prided themselves on agreeing in everything except their opinions. They included Cabinet Ministers from all the three major parties, and academics of diverse political allegiances, who met for frank conversations and lively disagreements. Davenport-Hines investigates historic strands of conservative thought: aversion to rapid and disruptive change, mistrust of majority opinions, prizing of community loyalties and pride over the assertion of aggressive individualism, the recession of the Church of England, and the impact of militarism. Conservative Thinkers from All Souls College Oxford (Boydell & Brewer, 2022) draws on the ideas of two conservative thinkers, 'Trimmer' Halifax and Michael Oakeshott, to examine the conservative assumptions, ideas, writings and influence of seven Fellows of All Souls from the last century. Their brands of conservatism regarded popular democracy as an unavoidable necessity which must be managed rather than loved. Their scepticism about the rule of the people was rooted in a meritocratic commitment to the government of the wise. They disliked plutocracy, regretted consumerism, and loathed sloppy and self-serving thought. All were more or less dissatisfied with the workings of the Westminster parliamentary model. Charles Coutinho, PH. D., Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, received his doctorate from New York University. His area of specialization is 19th and 20th-century European, American diplomatic and political history. He has written for Chatham House's International Affairs, the Institute of Historical Research's Reviews in History and the University of Rouen's online periodical Cercles. 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 Intellectual History
Richard Davenport-Hines, "Conservative Thinkers from All Souls College Oxford" (Boydell & Brewer, 2022)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 60:55


All Souls College Oxford was one of the meeting points of English public intellectuals in the twentieth century. Its Fellows prided themselves on agreeing in everything except their opinions. They included Cabinet Ministers from all the three major parties, and academics of diverse political allegiances, who met for frank conversations and lively disagreements. Davenport-Hines investigates historic strands of conservative thought: aversion to rapid and disruptive change, mistrust of majority opinions, prizing of community loyalties and pride over the assertion of aggressive individualism, the recession of the Church of England, and the impact of militarism. Conservative Thinkers from All Souls College Oxford (Boydell & Brewer, 2022) draws on the ideas of two conservative thinkers, 'Trimmer' Halifax and Michael Oakeshott, to examine the conservative assumptions, ideas, writings and influence of seven Fellows of All Souls from the last century. Their brands of conservatism regarded popular democracy as an unavoidable necessity which must be managed rather than loved. Their scepticism about the rule of the people was rooted in a meritocratic commitment to the government of the wise. They disliked plutocracy, regretted consumerism, and loathed sloppy and self-serving thought. All were more or less dissatisfied with the workings of the Westminster parliamentary model. Charles Coutinho, PH. D., Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, received his doctorate from New York University. His area of specialization is 19th and 20th-century European, American diplomatic and political history. He has written for Chatham House's International Affairs, the Institute of Historical Research's Reviews in History and the University of Rouen's online periodical Cercles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

Trafficking Matters: A Douglass Fellowship Podcast
Season 3: Welcome HTI 2022-2023 Fellows!

Trafficking Matters: A Douglass Fellowship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 25:14


In the first episode of the third season of the Trafficking Matters Podcast, Douglass Fellows Alyssa Grzesiak and Monica Naranjo go over recent updates and reports in the anti-trafficking world. They also introduce themselves and HTI's third Douglass Fellow, Bekah Carey. If you or someone you know is currently in danger of human trafficking, you can view the national human trafficking hotline website here. You can reach the hotline by calling 1-888-373-7888 or texting 233733.Here, you can learn more about the Human Trafficking Institute, the Federal Human Trafficking Report, and the Douglass Fellowship.Check on the 2022 reauthorization of the TVPA's progress here.You can view Shared Hope's 2022 Report Cards here.You can read Polaris's analysis of the 2021 National Human Trafficking Hotline data here.You can reference NCMEC's Attorney Manual here. Produced by Alyssa Grzesiak, Monica Naranjo, and Alicen RodolphEdited by Alicen Rodolph Music: Blurry Vision by Corbyn KitesThank you for listening to the Trafficking Matters Podcast!

Malpractice Insights
"I forgot to buy tail insurance! NOW WHAT?"

Malpractice Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 10:52


Tail insurance is that necessary evil that comes with having a Claims-Made malpractice insurance policy. It's expensive, yet critically important to ensure your long-term protection against claims. But what happens if you forget to buy the tail? Or if you were promised a tail by a previous employer, and they dropped the ball? In today's episode we're going to tell you what to do IMMEDIATELY upon discovering that your tail has lapsed to help you minimize the damage and fix it, if at all possible.1:07 What happens if you don't have tail insurance2:52 What to do if you're accidentally bare4:14 Stand alone tail4:42 Getting a new backdated policy5:54 No Known Loss Statement6:54 Non-standard carriers8:06 How to make sure you secure tail insurance10:00 Let Aegis help!

Behind the Work
#153: Joshua’s Fellows

Behind the Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 27:02


A spiritually filthy cabal of rebels seized control of God's Church after Herbert W. Armstrong died in 1986. God foretold it all thousands of years ago. Raising the Ruins Malachi's Message

Les chemins de la philosophie
Les femmes pensent-elles autrement ?

Les chemins de la philosophie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 58:13


durée : 00:58:13 - Avec philosophie - par : Géraldine Muhlmann - En partenariat avec Philosophie Magazine, et à l'occasion de la publication le 5 janvier 2023 du volume 23 Penseuses pour 2023, Avec Philosophie se demande comment postuler l'existence d'une pensée spécifiquement féminine sans sombrer dans le sexisme, autrement dit sans essentialiser la femme. - invités : Manon Garcia philosophe, Junior Fellow à la Society of Fellows de l'université de Harvard; Véronique Nahoum-Grappe Anthropologue; Martin Legros rédacteur en chef de Philosophie Magazine

RAISE Podcast
138: Fred and Kathryn Van Sickle, Cornell and The Chapin School

RAISE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 49:05


Fred Van Sickle is the vice president for Alumni Affairs and Development and the university's chief fundraiser, overseeing the team responsible for building alumni engagement worldwide and securing private support from individuals and institutions for the University through the “To Do the Greatest Good” campaign.Before joining Cornell in January of 2016, Fred served Columbia University as executive vice president for Alumni and Development. During his 12 years there, he played a pivotal role in planning, executing, and completing the $6.1 billion Columbia Campaign. Fred also served as chief development officer at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey; associate vice president for Development and assistant dean for Development for the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan; vice president for Alumni and Development and secretary of the College at Lake Forest College (his undergraduate alma mater); and director of Principal Gifts at Princeton University.Fred holds a Master of Education degree from Harvard University and a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He serves as president of the Board of the Finger Lakes Land Trust and as a board member of the Food Bank of the Southern Tier.Kathryn Van Sickle is a passionate fundraiser, community builder, and storyteller and has spent the past decade focused on building expertise in fundraising. She has worked for small colleges, large research universities, and now works at an independent day school.Kathryn currently works in New York City as the Director of Major Gifts & Strategic Engagement at The Chapin School, an independent k-12, day school. She is also the founder and host of The Development Debrief LLC (https://www.devdebrief.com/). The Debrief podcast has been featured in The Chronicle of Philanthropy and Kathryn has been an invited guest speaker for the Association of Fundraising Professionals-NYC, Women in Development, CASE programs and more. Most recently, the Debrief was named the first channel of Evertrue Studios Podcast Network.Kathryn is a member of Trinity College's Board of Fellows and the Engagement Chair for the Women's Leadership Council Executive Committee. She is also the Vice President on the Associate Board of Directors for the nationally-acclaimed Jericho Project which is ending homelessness by enabling homeless individuals to attain housing, employment & mental & physical health services. She lives in New York City's Upper West Side and loves running in Central Park.

Malpractice Insights
Top 5 Tips for Buying Malpractice Insurance in 2023

Malpractice Insights

Play Episode Play 54 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 12:26


Do you need to buy malpractice insurance in 2023? If you're a resident or fellow who will be finishing up training this year OR you're an established practitioner looking to make a possible change, we've got some tips for you as you start the process of shopping around for your medmal coverage. As the market continues to evolve, you need to be positioned to make the best choice so that you can get quick, affordable, yet comprehensive coverage for your job. And we've got some pointers for you.1:07 Soft Markets and Hard Markets2:24 Tip 1: Get a good agent3:27 Tip 2: Get quotes from multiple carriers4:09 Key considerations when comparing carriers5:07 Tip 3: Get Claims-Made and Occurrence quotes6:35 Tip 4: Get future rate projections7:15 Future rate projection example9:37 Tip 5: Start the application process early11:34 Let Aegis help!

The Compliance Guy
Season 5 - Episode 3 - J2 with Jordan Johnson - Impact of $1.7 Trillion Spending Bill for Healthcare Providers

The Compliance Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 36:45


This is the very first episode of the newest segment on The Compliance Guy... It is not J2, it's J-Squared with Jordan Johnson, Healthcare Data Analytics Expert! Such a great first episode and the topics will not disappoint: Omnibus bill includes relief from Medicare cuts, extensions of rural and telehealth programs 1.7 trillion dollar package and what it means for healthcare · Telehealth provisions · Medicaid coverage · No mention of prior auth Prior auth bill · Go live January 2026 · API utilization Access to care and what will need to be tackled · Fewer physicians in specialties · Fellows and residency going to urban areas Hospital closures 631 rural hospitals at risk of closure by state (beckershospitalreview.com) More rural hospitals will close in 2023 - Poynter Rural hospital closures affect operations of surrounding hospitals (medicalxpress.com)

Sacred and Profane Love
Episode 58: Justin E.H. Smith on Edgar Allen Poe

Sacred and Profane Love

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 91:51


In this episode, I speak with fellow philosopher (and substack writer) Justin E. H. Smith about the short stories of Edgar Allan Poe. This is our final episode of 2022! As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation. Justin E. H. Smith is professor of philosophy in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Paris. In 2019-20, he was the John and Constance Birkelund Fellow at the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers of the New York Public Library. He has written many books, including Irrationality: The Dark Side of Reason and Divine Machines: Leibniz and the Sciences of Life. He also authors a substack, which you can subscribe to at https://justinehsmith.substack.com. Jennifer Frey is an associate professor of philosophy and Peter and Bonnie McCausland Faculty Fellow at the University of South Carolina. She is also a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and the Word on Fire Institute. Prior to joining the philosophy faculty at USC, she was a Collegiate Assistant Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, where she was a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and an affiliated faculty in the philosophy department. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. in Philosophy and Medieval Studies (with a Classics minor) at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. She has published widely on action, virtue, practical reason, and meta-ethics, and has recently co-edited an interdisciplinary volume, Self-Transcendence and Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. Her writing has also been featured in Breaking Ground, First Things, Fare Forward, Image, Law and Liberty, The Point, and USA Today. She lives in Columbia, SC, with her husband, six children, and chickens. You can follow her on Twitter @ jennfrey. Sacred and Profane Love is a podcast in which philosophers, theologians, and literary critics discuss some of their favorite works of literature, and how these works have shaped their own ideas about love, happiness, and meaning in human life. Host Jennifer A. Frey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The podcast is generously supported by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and produced by Catholics for Hire.

Sacred and Profane Love
Episode 58: Justin E.H. Smith on Edgar Allen Poe

Sacred and Profane Love

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 91:51


In this episode, I speak with fellow philosopher (and substack writer) Justin E. H. Smith about the short stories of Edgar Allan Poe. This is our final episode of 2022! As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation. Justin E. H. Smith is professor of philosophy in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Paris. In 2019-20, he was the John and Constance Birkelund Fellow at the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers of the New York Public Library. He has written many books, including Irrationality: The Dark Side of Reason and Divine Machines: Leibniz and the Sciences of Life. He also authors a substack, which you can subscribe to here. Jennifer Frey is an associate professor of philosophy and Peter and Bonnie McCausland Faculty Fellow at the University of South Carolina. She is also a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and the Word on Fire Institute. Prior to joining the philosophy faculty at USC, she was a Collegiate Assistant Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, where she was a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and an affiliated faculty in the philosophy department. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. in Philosophy and Medieval Studies (with a Classics minor) at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. She has published widely on action, virtue, practical reason, and meta-ethics, and has recently co-edited an interdisciplinary volume, Self-Transcendence and Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. Her writing has also been featured in Breaking Ground, First Things, Fare Forward, Image, Law and Liberty, The Point, and USA Today. She lives in Columbia, SC, with her husband, six children, and chickens. You can follow her on Twitter @jennfrey. Sacred and Profane Love is a podcast in which philosophers, theologians, and literary critics discuss some of their favorite works of literature, and how these works have shaped their own ideas about love, happiness, and meaning in human life. Host Jennifer A. Frey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The podcast is generously supported by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and produced by Catholics for Hire.

Tech Policy Grind
A Year in Review with the Tech Policy Grind [Episode 30]

Tech Policy Grind

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 67:47


What a year it's been...in this episode, some familiar faces (or rather, voices) from the Tech Policy Grind team of Internet Law and Policy Foundry Class 4 Fellows come together to review the revival of the pod with Season 3 this year. We dive into the original history behind the podcast's conception, what the Foundry has been up to this year, and what we're looking forward to in 2023. Also, we chat over some exciting changes coming to the Foundry Fellowship in 2023. If you're interested in joining the Foundry as a Fellow, make sure to check out ilpfoundry.us and follow us on social media (LinkedIn and Twitter @ILPFoundry) for updates on when the 2023 Fellow Application will be released. It's been a wild ride. Whether you've been tuning in since the beginning or just hopped on, we want to hear from you! Reach out to us at foundrypodcasts@ilpfoundry.us. What are your thoughts on the show this season, and what are you hoping to see in Season 4? That's right; we'll be back in 2023 with some exciting changes for Season 4 of your favorite tech policy podcast. Signing off for now - have a happy new year everyone! Much love, Reema, Meri, Joe, Lama, and the whole Tech Policy Grind Team If you'd like to support the show, please donate to the Foundry here. Disclaimer: The thoughts and opinions discussed in this episode do not reflect the views of the organizations and institutions that Reema, Meri, Joe, and Lama are affiliated with.

Malpractice Insights
Trends, Carriers, and Markets: Looking Back at Malpractice Insurance in 2022

Malpractice Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 12:25


In today's episode, we're going to do a quick question and answer session and I'm going to share some reflections on the malpractice market in 2022. After 20 years in the industry, no 2 years have ever been the same. And this year is no exception.0:50 How does 2022 compare to years past?3:39 Medmal trends in 20225:52 How are malpractice insurance carriers evolving?8:18 Where does medmal need to improve?10:03 What to expect in 2023**********Contact us!**********

Everybody Loves Pudding
5.30:Interview with Erik Fellows

Everybody Loves Pudding

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 56:41


Actor Erik Fellows returns to the show to fill us in on what's been happening the last couple of years and to talk about his new film Divorce Bait! Intro music composed by Ken, Outro music by Richard.

Malpractice Insights
Mail Bag 5: Your Malpractice Questions...ANSWERED!

Malpractice Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 14:01


Today we're continuing our new Mail Bag segment with some more “real life” scenarios to talk through. We're going to talk about what questions you should be asking potential employers regarding the type of malpractice coverage they'll be offering you, how to find a more competitive policy option when you've had previous insurance lapse, and how to choose between Occurrence and Claims-Made coverage when you're a solo provider.

REFINERY Church
Shine - "Peace" with Kelly Fellows

REFINERY Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 27:40


This week Pastor Kelly dives into the peace that Jesus gives. Another quality that we see shone from light, that we identify with during the Christmas holidays. He was known as the “Prince of Peace,” which brought a peace with, of, and because of God to all mind kind. That same peace was passed on to us, as peacemakers we carry that specific identity on what they would look like.

Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468
Celebration Bowl, Underprivileged Youth, and Holiday Cheers

Rhoden Fellows: HBCU 468

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 28:40


This week on the Rhoden Fellow podcast, Host Pamela Rentz and Co-hosts Alexis Black and Scott Lipscomb discuss the build-up and results of the intense 2022 Celebration Bowl. Following, the fellows describe how underprivileged youth are not allowed to join AAU basketball teams and how these off-season programs are making or breaking these athletes. Lastly, the Fellows close the podcast by discussing their favorite Holliday festivities and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The FIR Podcast Network Everything Feed
Circle of Fellows #87: Year-End Reflections

The FIR Podcast Network Everything Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 62:19


Four IABC Fellows looked back on 2022, which was a consequential year for communicators, in this final Circle of Fellows of the year. The evolution of COVID-19 from pandemic to endemic led companies to bring employees back to the office, creating a need to communicate the new hybrid work reality (or, in some cases, why employers were insisting everyone come back full-time while others retained a remote work arrangement). “Quiet Quitting” became a topic of discussion as dissatisfied employees dialed back the effort they gave to the organizations. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion remained an important topic. And there was no shortage of crises to occupy communicators' time. The episode was live-streamed on December 15.Continue Reading → The post Circle of Fellows #87: Year-End Reflections appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.

OpenAnesthesia Multimedia
December 2022 - OA-SOAP Fellows Webinar Series

OpenAnesthesia Multimedia

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 47:38


Breakthrough Maternal Pain: Can We Do Better? with Jacqueline M. Galvan, MD

REFINERY Church
Shine - "Joy" with Kelly Fellows

REFINERY Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 33:55


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Thinking Fellows
The Hobbit

Thinking Fellows

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 64:33


The Thinking Fellows discuss J.R.R. Tolkiens The Hobbit. The Fellows outline what they liked and what they found challanging about reading and analyzing Tolkiens first fantasy novel. The Hobbit is a whimsical journey that sparked the reveival of the fantasy genre and echos of Tolkiens Roman Catcholic faith. Support the Show 1517 Podcasts The Hobbit

Sacred and Profane Love
Episode 57: JM Coetzee on Philosophy, Fiction, and the Academy

Sacred and Profane Love

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 84:50


In this episode, I am joined by Sam Filby, a graduate student in philosophy at Northwestern University. We discuss JM Coetzee's novel, Elizabeth Costello, which is a fictionalized account of a writer who gives a series of lectures on the ethics of eating animals. We simply try to figure out what is going on in this puzzling novel of bad ideas. Sam Filby is a PhD candidate in philosophy at Northwestern University. His dissertation concerns the relationship between history and ethical concepts, with particular emphasis on the work of G.E.M. Anscombe and Friedrich Nietzsche. Outside of ethics, he has published on philosophy of literature and philosophy of religion. Jennifer Frey is an associate professor of philosophy and Peter and Bonnie McCausland Faculty Fellow at the University of South Carolina. She is also a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and the Word on Fire Institute. Prior to joining the philosophy faculty at USC, she was a Collegiate Assistant Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, where she was a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and an affiliated faculty in the philosophy department. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. in Philosophy and Medieval Studies (with a Classics minor) at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. She has published widely on action, virtue, practical reason, and meta-ethics, and has recently co-edited an interdisciplinary volume, Self-Transcendence and Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. Her writing has also been featured in Breaking Ground, First Things, Fare Forward, Image, Law and Liberty, The Point, and USA Today. She lives in Columbia, SC, with her husband, six children, and chickens. You can follow her on Twitter @jennfrey. Sacred and Profane Love is a podcast in which philosophers, theologians, and literary critics discuss some of their favorite works of literature, and how these works have shaped their own ideas about love, happiness, and meaning in human life. Host Jennifer A. Frey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The podcast is generously supported by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and produced by Catholics for Hire.

Sacred and Profane Love
Episode 57: JM Coetzee on Philosophy, Fiction, and the Academy

Sacred and Profane Love

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 84:50


In this episode, I am joined by Sam Filby, a graduate student in philosophy at Northwestern University. We discuss JM Coetzee's novel, Elizabeth Costello, which is a fictionalized account of a writer who gives a series of lectures on the ethics of eating animals. We simply try to figure out what is going on in this puzzling novel of bad ideas. Sam Filby is a PhD candidate in philosophy at Northwestern University. His dissertation concerns the relationship between history and ethical concepts, with particular emphasis on the work of G.E.M. Anscombe and Friedrich Nietzsche. Outside of ethics, he has published on philosophy of literature and philosophy of religion. Jennifer Frey is an associate professor of philosophy and Peter and Bonnie McCausland Faculty Fellow at the University of South Carolina. She is also a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and the Word on Fire Institute. Prior to joining the philosophy faculty at USC, she was a Collegiate Assistant Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, where she was a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and an affiliated faculty in the philosophy department. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. in Philosophy and Medieval Studies (with a Classics minor) at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. She has published widely on action, virtue, practical reason, and meta-ethics, and has recently co-edited an interdisciplinary volume, Self-Transcendence and Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. Her writing has also been featured in Breaking Ground, First Things, Fare Forward, Image, Law and Liberty, The Point, and USA Today. She lives in Columbia, SC, with her husband, six children, and chickens. You can follow her on Twitter @ jennfrey. Sacred and Profane Love is a podcast in which philosophers, theologians, and literary critics discuss some of their favorite works of literature, and how these works have shaped their own ideas about love, happiness, and meaning in human life. Host Jennifer A. Frey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The podcast is generously supported by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and produced by Catholics for Hire.

REFINERY Church
Shine - Intro with Kelly Fellows

REFINERY Church

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 30:20


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New Books Network
Sean Metzger, "The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization" (Indiana UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 58:34


In The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization (Indiana University Press, 2020), Sean Metzger proposes a new analytical frame through which to understand discourses of globalization: the so-called Chinese Atlantic. Elaborating on and complicating various Atlantic discourses (among them Paul Gilroy's “Black Atlantic”), Metzger follows the flows of Chinese labor and capital throughout the Atlantic world, examining various media and aesthetic practices, among them documentary film, public art, and tai chi. As the title implies, Metzger's book combines multiple disciplinary approaches, including, of course art history and performance studies, to chart the theatricality of seascapes across multiple Atlantic locales. To borrow one of Metzger's own conceptual metaphors, the book “incorporates” histories and aesthetic genealogies from the Caribbean to the coasts of England and South Africa to propose new modes of apprehending globalization as it constituted through the movement of Chinese people and imaginaries across the ocean. Metzger's book has been awarded both the 2022 Association for Asian American Studies Book Award for Humanities & Cultural Studies: Interdisciplinary/Media Studies and the 2021 John W. Frick Award from the American Theatre and Drama Society for best book on theater and performance of/in the Americas. Join us for our conversation about the place of the Chinese Atlantic in Asian and Asian American studies. Julia Keblinska is a member of the Global Arts and Humanities Society of Fellows at the Ohio State University specializing in Chinese media history and comparative socialisms. 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 Network
Sean Metzger, "The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization" (Indiana UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 58:34


In The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization (Indiana University Press, 2020), Sean Metzger proposes a new analytical frame through which to understand discourses of globalization: the so-called Chinese Atlantic. Elaborating on and complicating various Atlantic discourses (among them Paul Gilroy's “Black Atlantic”), Metzger follows the flows of Chinese labor and capital throughout the Atlantic world, examining various media and aesthetic practices, among them documentary film, public art, and tai chi. As the title implies, Metzger's book combines multiple disciplinary approaches, including, of course art history and performance studies, to chart the theatricality of seascapes across multiple Atlantic locales. To borrow one of Metzger's own conceptual metaphors, the book “incorporates” histories and aesthetic genealogies from the Caribbean to the coasts of England and South Africa to propose new modes of apprehending globalization as it constituted through the movement of Chinese people and imaginaries across the ocean. Metzger's book has been awarded both the 2022 Association for Asian American Studies Book Award for Humanities & Cultural Studies: Interdisciplinary/Media Studies and the 2021 John W. Frick Award from the American Theatre and Drama Society for best book on theater and performance of/in the Americas. Join us for our conversation about the place of the Chinese Atlantic in Asian and Asian American studies. Julia Keblinska is a member of the Global Arts and Humanities Society of Fellows at the Ohio State University specializing in Chinese media history and comparative socialisms. 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 Asian American Studies
Sean Metzger, "The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization" (Indiana UP, 2020)

New Books in Asian American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 58:34


In The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization (Indiana University Press, 2020), Sean Metzger proposes a new analytical frame through which to understand discourses of globalization: the so-called Chinese Atlantic. Elaborating on and complicating various Atlantic discourses (among them Paul Gilroy's “Black Atlantic”), Metzger follows the flows of Chinese labor and capital throughout the Atlantic world, examining various media and aesthetic practices, among them documentary film, public art, and tai chi. As the title implies, Metzger's book combines multiple disciplinary approaches, including, of course art history and performance studies, to chart the theatricality of seascapes across multiple Atlantic locales. To borrow one of Metzger's own conceptual metaphors, the book “incorporates” histories and aesthetic genealogies from the Caribbean to the coasts of England and South Africa to propose new modes of apprehending globalization as it constituted through the movement of Chinese people and imaginaries across the ocean. Metzger's book has been awarded both the 2022 Association for Asian American Studies Book Award for Humanities & Cultural Studies: Interdisciplinary/Media Studies and the 2021 John W. Frick Award from the American Theatre and Drama Society for best book on theater and performance of/in the Americas. Join us for our conversation about the place of the Chinese Atlantic in Asian and Asian American studies. Julia Keblinska is a member of the Global Arts and Humanities Society of Fellows at the Ohio State University specializing in Chinese media history and comparative socialisms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/asian-american-studies

New Books in Caribbean Studies
Sean Metzger, "The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization" (Indiana UP, 2020)

New Books in Caribbean Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 58:34


In The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization (Indiana University Press, 2020), Sean Metzger proposes a new analytical frame through which to understand discourses of globalization: the so-called Chinese Atlantic. Elaborating on and complicating various Atlantic discourses (among them Paul Gilroy's “Black Atlantic”), Metzger follows the flows of Chinese labor and capital throughout the Atlantic world, examining various media and aesthetic practices, among them documentary film, public art, and tai chi. As the title implies, Metzger's book combines multiple disciplinary approaches, including, of course art history and performance studies, to chart the theatricality of seascapes across multiple Atlantic locales. To borrow one of Metzger's own conceptual metaphors, the book “incorporates” histories and aesthetic genealogies from the Caribbean to the coasts of England and South Africa to propose new modes of apprehending globalization as it constituted through the movement of Chinese people and imaginaries across the ocean. Metzger's book has been awarded both the 2022 Association for Asian American Studies Book Award for Humanities & Cultural Studies: Interdisciplinary/Media Studies and the 2021 John W. Frick Award from the American Theatre and Drama Society for best book on theater and performance of/in the Americas. Join us for our conversation about the place of the Chinese Atlantic in Asian and Asian American studies. Julia Keblinska is a member of the Global Arts and Humanities Society of Fellows at the Ohio State University specializing in Chinese media history and comparative socialisms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/caribbean-studies

New Books in History
Sean Metzger, "The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization" (Indiana UP, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 58:34


In The Chinese Atlantic: Seascapes and the Theatricality of Globalization (Indiana University Press, 2020), Sean Metzger proposes a new analytical frame through which to understand discourses of globalization: the so-called Chinese Atlantic. Elaborating on and complicating various Atlantic discourses (among them Paul Gilroy's “Black Atlantic”), Metzger follows the flows of Chinese labor and capital throughout the Atlantic world, examining various media and aesthetic practices, among them documentary film, public art, and tai chi. As the title implies, Metzger's book combines multiple disciplinary approaches, including, of course art history and performance studies, to chart the theatricality of seascapes across multiple Atlantic locales. To borrow one of Metzger's own conceptual metaphors, the book “incorporates” histories and aesthetic genealogies from the Caribbean to the coasts of England and South Africa to propose new modes of apprehending globalization as it constituted through the movement of Chinese people and imaginaries across the ocean. Metzger's book has been awarded both the 2022 Association for Asian American Studies Book Award for Humanities & Cultural Studies: Interdisciplinary/Media Studies and the 2021 John W. Frick Award from the American Theatre and Drama Society for best book on theater and performance of/in the Americas. Join us for our conversation about the place of the Chinese Atlantic in Asian and Asian American studies. Julia Keblinska is a member of the Global Arts and Humanities Society of Fellows at the Ohio State University specializing in Chinese media history and comparative socialisms. 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 History
Ying-Chen Peng, "Artful Subversion: Empress Dowager Cixi's Image Making" (Yale UP, 2023)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 60:44


Ying-chen Peng's Artful Subversion: Empress Dowager Cixi's Image Making is a beautiful new volume on late Qing imperial art practice from Yale University Press (forthcoming in 2023). Peng's book, rigorously researched and richly illustrated, presents a revisionist biography of the Empress Dowager through an analysis of her patronage and participation in making art. Each chapter follows Cixi's her “artfully subversive” command of various media forms, from photography and portraiture, to architecture, porcelain, painting, and calligraphy. Considering Cixi as a patron and artist in her own right, Peng frames the regent as a canny political and aesthetic strategist who worked within and against conventions that circumscribed female power to craft an assertive role as the face of the Great Qing Empire at a moment of immense historical changes. Join us for a fascinating discussion of the artistic universe crafted by Cixi. Julia Keblinska is a member of the Global Arts and Humanities Society of Fellows at the Ohio State University specializing in Chinese media history and comparative socialisms. 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 Gender Studies
Ying-Chen Peng, "Artful Subversion: Empress Dowager Cixi's Image Making" (Yale UP, 2023)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 60:44


Ying-chen Peng's Artful Subversion: Empress Dowager Cixi's Image Making is a beautiful new volume on late Qing imperial art practice from Yale University Press (forthcoming in 2023). Peng's book, rigorously researched and richly illustrated, presents a revisionist biography of the Empress Dowager through an analysis of her patronage and participation in making art. Each chapter follows Cixi's her “artfully subversive” command of various media forms, from photography and portraiture, to architecture, porcelain, painting, and calligraphy. Considering Cixi as a patron and artist in her own right, Peng frames the regent as a canny political and aesthetic strategist who worked within and against conventions that circumscribed female power to craft an assertive role as the face of the Great Qing Empire at a moment of immense historical changes. Join us for a fascinating discussion of the artistic universe crafted by Cixi. Julia Keblinska is a member of the Global Arts and Humanities Society of Fellows at the Ohio State University specializing in Chinese media history and comparative socialisms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in East Asian Studies
Ying-Chen Peng, "Artful Subversion: Empress Dowager Cixi's Image Making" (Yale UP, 2023)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 60:44


Ying-chen Peng's Artful Subversion: Empress Dowager Cixi's Image Making is a beautiful new volume on late Qing imperial art practice from Yale University Press (forthcoming in 2023). Peng's book, rigorously researched and richly illustrated, presents a revisionist biography of the Empress Dowager through an analysis of her patronage and participation in making art. Each chapter follows Cixi's her “artfully subversive” command of various media forms, from photography and portraiture, to architecture, porcelain, painting, and calligraphy. Considering Cixi as a patron and artist in her own right, Peng frames the regent as a canny political and aesthetic strategist who worked within and against conventions that circumscribed female power to craft an assertive role as the face of the Great Qing Empire at a moment of immense historical changes. Join us for a fascinating discussion of the artistic universe crafted by Cixi. Julia Keblinska is a member of the Global Arts and Humanities Society of Fellows at the Ohio State University specializing in Chinese media history and comparative socialisms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

Flame Bearers - The Women Athletes Carrying Tokyo's Torch
Dr. Seun Adigun (Nigeria): Fighting for African Representation

Flame Bearers - The Women Athletes Carrying Tokyo's Torch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 35:53


Dr. Seun Adigun is the first African to compete in both the Summer and Winter Olympics. She spearheaded the first female bobsled team from her country, and track and field runner but that's not all, she's also a biomechanist, chiropractor and founder. According to Dr. Adigun, "You have to pave the way so that others can follow." She's deeply dedicated to making sure that while she was the first, she's not the last. In today's episode, we discuss her commitment to diversity and equity within the Olympic movement. Contributing guests (in order of appearance) include Dr. Ketra Armstrong (Professor of Sport Management, Director of the Center for Race and Ethnicity and Sport, School of Kinesiology, University of Michigan), Carlos Mader (Ghanian Olympic Skier), and Chichi Nwaorie (Dr. Seun's friend and colleague). Media clips from the following sources: -Accelerate TV's YouTube, 'Accelerate News - Meet Seun Adigun, The Founder Of The Nigerian Bobsled Team' -TODAY'S YouTube, 'Nigerian Bobsled Team To Make Olympic History In Pyeongchang | Sunday TODAY' VOTE TO SUPPORT FLAME BEARERS: As mentioned in the episode, we are finalists in the Signal Awards in two separate categories: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for our spotlight on Deja Young, and Public Service and Activism for our spotlight on Ukranian athletes. Please cast your vote to support both of our episodes here (you can vote once in each category): https://bit.ly/FlameBearersSignal APPLY TO THE FLAME BEARERS FELLOWSHIP Application here: bit.ly/FlameBearersFellowship This Fellowship will arm the next generation of women leaders with digital storytelling skills. Fellows will learn how to tell compelling stories via various digital mediums, become ambassadors for the Flame Bearers brand, and network with others passionate about elevating women's voices.