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RTÉ - News at One Podcast
Ocean expert explains unusual tidal activity in Cork

RTÉ - News at One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 3:34


We talk to Dr Gerard McCarthy, oceanographer with the Irish Climate Research and Analysis Unit, and an associate professor at the Department of Geography at Maynooth University.

Business of Story
#364: How to Make Your Complex Story Simple and Compelling

Business of Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 54:13


Robert Wilson, Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Explore Park's free and premium story building tools including his new book, Brand Bewitchery: How to Wield the Story Cycle System™ to Craft Spellbinding Stories for Your Brand: http://bit.ly/StorytellingTools Like what you hear? Park offers online or in-person workshops, consulting and keynotes. Visit businessofstory.com to get in touch.

Highlights from Talking History
The Irish Civil War

Highlights from Talking History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 49:45


On this episode of Talking History, we discuss the Irish Civil War on its 100th anniversary - joined by Diarmaid Ferriter, professor of Modern Irish History at University College Dublin, and author of ‘Between Two Hells: The Irish Civil War'; Dr Sinead McCoole, historian and curator; and co-authors of Cathal Brugha: An Indomitable Spirit, Dr Daithi Ó Corráin, assistant professor in the School of History and Geography at Dublin City University and co-author of The Dead of the Irish Revolution, co-editor of the Irish Revolution, 1912–23 series, and Dr Gerard Hanley of DCU's School of History.

The Hop-Ons Podcast: An Arrested Development/Twin Peaks/Community Podcast
Community S3E2: Geography of Global Conflict

The Hop-Ons Podcast: An Arrested Development/Twin Peaks/Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 64:38


The Hop-Ons Podcast is an Arrested Development/Twin Peaks/Community review show.  Please consider supporting the podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon.  Buy merchandise at our Threadless page. The Hop-Ons Podcast is produced by Nice Marmot Productions with assistance from The Cluttered Desk Podcast. If you have thoughts on this episode, we'd love to hear them! Email us at hoponspod@gmail.com or find us on Twitter @HopOnsPodcast. Jon's production company, Nice Marmot Productions, has an amazing YouTube Page and he's on Twitter @marmotjon. Jon's podcast, Big Arms Podcast, is available here through Apple Podcasts. Jon's new podcast, Ride Along, is available here through Apple Podcasts. The Cluttered Desk Podcast is available here through Apple Podcasts, on Twitter @TheCDPodcast, and on Facebook. Colin is also on Twitter @ColinAshleyCox. We would like to thank Perry Ritter for creating the Hop-Ons logo for Season 2. You can find Perry on Twitter @pritter1492 and you can email him at thisismybourbonshop@gmail.com. Finally, we would like to thank Test Dream for providing The Hop-Ons Podcast's theme music. You can find Test Dream at their website, testdream.bandcamp.com, on Facebook, and on Twitter @testdream.

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Countries For Kids
The Phillipines for Kids

Countries For Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 12:21


Come join Elijah, Sawyer and special guest Liam as they talk about this amazing island nation formed by volcanoes and tectonic action. We learn about ancient hominids and wayfaring as well as modern civilization and yummy food. This mega diverse country has a ton of unique species both on land and underwater. Of course we have to mention the impact of colonialism on the country and the country's positive impact on the world through its work renowned nursing programs.If you would like to support the show for just $1 a month please consider becoming a Patreon member at patron.com/countriesforkids

History Ago Go
Geography Is Destiny: Britain and the World: A 10,000-Year History (Ian Morris)

History Ago Go

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 66:05


When Britain voted to leave the European Union in 2016, the 48 percent who wanted to stay and the 52 percent who wanted to go each accused the other of stupidity, fraud, and treason. In reality, the Brexit debate merely reran a script written ten thousand years earlier, when the rising seas physically separated the British Isles from the European continent. Ever since, geography has been destiny―yet it is humans who get to decide what that destiny means.Ian Morris, the critically acclaimed author of Why the West Rules―for Now, describes how technology and organization have steadily enlarged Britain's arena, and how its people have tried to turn this to their advantage. For the first seventy-five hundred years, the British were never more than bit players at the western edge of a European stage, struggling to find a role among bigger, richer, and more sophisticated continental rivals. By 1500 CE, however, new kinds of ships and governments had turned the European stage into an Atlantic one; with the English Channel now functioning as a barrier, England transformed the British Isles into a United Kingdom that created a worldwide empire. Since 1900, thanks to rapid globalization, Britain has been overshadowed by American, European, and―increasingly―Chinese actors.In trying to find its place in a global economy, Britain has been looking in all the wrong places. The ten-thousand-year story bracingly chronicled by Geography Is Destiny shows that the great question for the current century is not what to do about Brussels; it's what to do about Beijing.HOST:  Rob MellonFEATURED BREW:  Laughing Monk Holy Ghost Pilsner, Rose and Crown Pub, Palo Alto, CaliforniaBOOK:  Geography Is Destiny: Britain and the World: A 10,000-Year Historyhttps://www.amazon.com/Geography-Destiny-Britains-000-Year-History/dp/0374157278/ref=sr_1_1?crid=R24C7TCGUGOM&keywords=ian+morris+geography+is+destiny&qid=1655264272&sprefix=ian+morris+geo%2Caps%2C433&sr=8-1MUSIC:  BoneS Forkhttps://bonesfork.com/

Free Library Podcast
Gene Andrew Jarrett | Paul Laurence Dunbar: The Life and Times of a Caged Bird

Free Library Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 55:45


In conversation with Herman Beavers Gene Andrew Jarrett is the author of Representing the Race: A New Political History of African American Literature and Deans and Truants: Race and Realism in African American Literature. He is the editor of an additional eight books of African American literary studies, including two about 19th century U.S. poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. Dean of the faculty and William S. Tod Professor of English at Princeton University, last year he was appointed to the Association of American Universities' Advisory Board for Racial Equity in Higher Education. On the 150th anniversary of Dunbar's birth, Jarrett's latest book is a nuanced biography of Dunbar as the Gilded Age celebrity, acclaimed as the ''poet laureate of his race,'' whose improbable success hid profound private struggles. A professor of English and Africana studies at the University of Pennsylvania, Herman Beavers teaches 20th Century and Contemporary African American literature and poetry writing. He is the author of the scholarly monograph Geography and the Political Imaginary in the Novels of Toni Morrison, the poetry chapbook Obsidian Blues, and his poems have appeared in Cleaver Magazine, Versadelphia, and The American Arts Quarterly, among other publications.  (recorded 6/16/2022)

New Books in History
Catherine Gibson, "Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 62:09


Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic (Oxford UP, 2022) examines the meteoric rise of ethnographic mapmaking in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a form of visual and material culture that gave expression to territorialised visions of nationhood. In the Russian Empire's Baltic provinces, the development of ethnographic cartography, as part of the broader field of statistical data visualisation, progressively became a tool that lent legitimacy and an experiential dimension to nationalist arguments, as well as a wide range of alternative spatial configurations that rendered the inhabitants of the Baltic as part of local, imperial, and global geographies.  Catherine Gibson argues that map production and the spread of cartographic literacy as a mass phenomenon in Baltic society transformed how people made sense of linguistic, ethnic, and religious similarities and differences by imbuing them with an alleged scientific objectivity that was later used to determine the political structuring of the Baltic region and beyond. Geographies of Nationhood treads new ground by expanding the focus beyond elites to include a diverse range of mapmakers, such as local bureaucrats, commercial enterprises, clergymen, family members, teachers, and landowners. It shifts the focus from imperial learned and military institutions to examine the proliferation of mapmaking across diverse sites in the Empire, including the provincial administration, local learned societies, private homes, and schools. Understanding ethnographic maps in the social context of their production, circulation, consumption, and reception is crucial for assessing their impact as powerful shapers of popular geographical conceptions of nationhood, state-building, and border-drawing. Catherine Gibson is a historian of modern eastern Europe, currently a research fellow at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Steven Seegel is Professor of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. 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 Russian and Eurasian Studies
Catherine Gibson, "Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Russian and Eurasian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 62:09


Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic (Oxford UP, 2022) examines the meteoric rise of ethnographic mapmaking in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a form of visual and material culture that gave expression to territorialised visions of nationhood. In the Russian Empire's Baltic provinces, the development of ethnographic cartography, as part of the broader field of statistical data visualisation, progressively became a tool that lent legitimacy and an experiential dimension to nationalist arguments, as well as a wide range of alternative spatial configurations that rendered the inhabitants of the Baltic as part of local, imperial, and global geographies.  Catherine Gibson argues that map production and the spread of cartographic literacy as a mass phenomenon in Baltic society transformed how people made sense of linguistic, ethnic, and religious similarities and differences by imbuing them with an alleged scientific objectivity that was later used to determine the political structuring of the Baltic region and beyond. Geographies of Nationhood treads new ground by expanding the focus beyond elites to include a diverse range of mapmakers, such as local bureaucrats, commercial enterprises, clergymen, family members, teachers, and landowners. It shifts the focus from imperial learned and military institutions to examine the proliferation of mapmaking across diverse sites in the Empire, including the provincial administration, local learned societies, private homes, and schools. Understanding ethnographic maps in the social context of their production, circulation, consumption, and reception is crucial for assessing their impact as powerful shapers of popular geographical conceptions of nationhood, state-building, and border-drawing. Catherine Gibson is a historian of modern eastern Europe, currently a research fellow at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Steven Seegel is Professor of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/russian-studies

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
Catherine Gibson, "Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 62:09


Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic (Oxford UP, 2022) examines the meteoric rise of ethnographic mapmaking in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a form of visual and material culture that gave expression to territorialised visions of nationhood. In the Russian Empire's Baltic provinces, the development of ethnographic cartography, as part of the broader field of statistical data visualisation, progressively became a tool that lent legitimacy and an experiential dimension to nationalist arguments, as well as a wide range of alternative spatial configurations that rendered the inhabitants of the Baltic as part of local, imperial, and global geographies.  Catherine Gibson argues that map production and the spread of cartographic literacy as a mass phenomenon in Baltic society transformed how people made sense of linguistic, ethnic, and religious similarities and differences by imbuing them with an alleged scientific objectivity that was later used to determine the political structuring of the Baltic region and beyond. Geographies of Nationhood treads new ground by expanding the focus beyond elites to include a diverse range of mapmakers, such as local bureaucrats, commercial enterprises, clergymen, family members, teachers, and landowners. It shifts the focus from imperial learned and military institutions to examine the proliferation of mapmaking across diverse sites in the Empire, including the provincial administration, local learned societies, private homes, and schools. Understanding ethnographic maps in the social context of their production, circulation, consumption, and reception is crucial for assessing their impact as powerful shapers of popular geographical conceptions of nationhood, state-building, and border-drawing. Catherine Gibson is a historian of modern eastern Europe, currently a research fellow at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Steven Seegel is Professor of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

In Conversation: An OUP Podcast
Catherine Gibson, "Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic" (Oxford UP, 2022)

In Conversation: An OUP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 62:09


Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic (Oxford UP, 2022) examines the meteoric rise of ethnographic mapmaking in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a form of visual and material culture that gave expression to territorialised visions of nationhood. In the Russian Empire's Baltic provinces, the development of ethnographic cartography, as part of the broader field of statistical data visualisation, progressively became a tool that lent legitimacy and an experiential dimension to nationalist arguments, as well as a wide range of alternative spatial configurations that rendered the inhabitants of the Baltic as part of local, imperial, and global geographies.  Catherine Gibson argues that map production and the spread of cartographic literacy as a mass phenomenon in Baltic society transformed how people made sense of linguistic, ethnic, and religious similarities and differences by imbuing them with an alleged scientific objectivity that was later used to determine the political structuring of the Baltic region and beyond. Geographies of Nationhood treads new ground by expanding the focus beyond elites to include a diverse range of mapmakers, such as local bureaucrats, commercial enterprises, clergymen, family members, teachers, and landowners. It shifts the focus from imperial learned and military institutions to examine the proliferation of mapmaking across diverse sites in the Empire, including the provincial administration, local learned societies, private homes, and schools. Understanding ethnographic maps in the social context of their production, circulation, consumption, and reception is crucial for assessing their impact as powerful shapers of popular geographical conceptions of nationhood, state-building, and border-drawing. Catherine Gibson is a historian of modern eastern Europe, currently a research fellow at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Steven Seegel is Professor of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at The University of Texas at Austin.

New Books in Geography
Catherine Gibson, "Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Geography

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 62:09


Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic (Oxford UP, 2022) examines the meteoric rise of ethnographic mapmaking in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a form of visual and material culture that gave expression to territorialised visions of nationhood. In the Russian Empire's Baltic provinces, the development of ethnographic cartography, as part of the broader field of statistical data visualisation, progressively became a tool that lent legitimacy and an experiential dimension to nationalist arguments, as well as a wide range of alternative spatial configurations that rendered the inhabitants of the Baltic as part of local, imperial, and global geographies.  Catherine Gibson argues that map production and the spread of cartographic literacy as a mass phenomenon in Baltic society transformed how people made sense of linguistic, ethnic, and religious similarities and differences by imbuing them with an alleged scientific objectivity that was later used to determine the political structuring of the Baltic region and beyond. Geographies of Nationhood treads new ground by expanding the focus beyond elites to include a diverse range of mapmakers, such as local bureaucrats, commercial enterprises, clergymen, family members, teachers, and landowners. It shifts the focus from imperial learned and military institutions to examine the proliferation of mapmaking across diverse sites in the Empire, including the provincial administration, local learned societies, private homes, and schools. Understanding ethnographic maps in the social context of their production, circulation, consumption, and reception is crucial for assessing their impact as powerful shapers of popular geographical conceptions of nationhood, state-building, and border-drawing. Catherine Gibson is a historian of modern eastern Europe, currently a research fellow at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Steven Seegel is Professor of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/geography

New Books Network
Catherine Gibson, "Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 62:09


Geographies of Nationhood: Cartography, Science, and Society in the Russian Imperial Baltic (Oxford UP, 2022) examines the meteoric rise of ethnographic mapmaking in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as a form of visual and material culture that gave expression to territorialised visions of nationhood. In the Russian Empire's Baltic provinces, the development of ethnographic cartography, as part of the broader field of statistical data visualisation, progressively became a tool that lent legitimacy and an experiential dimension to nationalist arguments, as well as a wide range of alternative spatial configurations that rendered the inhabitants of the Baltic as part of local, imperial, and global geographies.  Catherine Gibson argues that map production and the spread of cartographic literacy as a mass phenomenon in Baltic society transformed how people made sense of linguistic, ethnic, and religious similarities and differences by imbuing them with an alleged scientific objectivity that was later used to determine the political structuring of the Baltic region and beyond. Geographies of Nationhood treads new ground by expanding the focus beyond elites to include a diverse range of mapmakers, such as local bureaucrats, commercial enterprises, clergymen, family members, teachers, and landowners. It shifts the focus from imperial learned and military institutions to examine the proliferation of mapmaking across diverse sites in the Empire, including the provincial administration, local learned societies, private homes, and schools. Understanding ethnographic maps in the social context of their production, circulation, consumption, and reception is crucial for assessing their impact as powerful shapers of popular geographical conceptions of nationhood, state-building, and border-drawing. Catherine Gibson is a historian of modern eastern Europe, currently a research fellow at the University of Tartu in Estonia. Steven Seegel is Professor of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. 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

The Munk Debates Podcast
Ian Morris Dialogue - Geography is Destiny

The Munk Debates Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 29:30


In 2016, the UK stunned the rest of Europe by voting to leave the European Union. The split was close, 48 per cent of people voted to stay but 52 per cent voted to leave the geopolitical and trade alliance. In his book, Geography is Destiny, Ian Morris argues Brexit should not have come as a surprise. Instead he says, this has been playing out for 10,000 years, when the landmass now known as Britain first became an island. Morris argues that Britain is uniquely positioned due to its proximity to Europe while able to stay insular thanks to the English Channel. This wasn't always the case. For the first seventy-five hundred years, the British were bit players on the edge of the European stage. But by 1500 CE, advancement of ships and governments of the day turned  Britain into a worldwide power. By 1900, Britain was beginning to see the sun set on its empire thanks to rapid globalization. Now Morris says, the great question facing Britain now is how to keep up with Beijing and is it “chaps or maps” that make a country great.  Joining the Munk Debates for this Dialogue is Ian Morris, author of Geography is Destiny.  QUOTES: “The title of the book is “Geography is Destiny”. That's because nothing that was said or done during the Brexit debate was in any way new. It was like it was the latest round in an 10,000-year-old argument that we can trace back to the history and archaeology about “what do insularity and proximity mean” and “what do we do with them?” -Ian Morris   The host of the Munk Debates is Rudyard Griffiths - @rudyardg.   Tweet your comments about this episode to @munkdebate or comment on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/munkdebates/ To sign up for a weekly email reminder for this podcast, send an email to podcast@munkdebates.com.   To support civil and substantive debate on the big questions of the day, consider becoming a Munk Member at https://munkdebates.com/membership Members receive access to our 10+ year library of great debates in HD video, a free Munk Debates book, newsletter and ticketing privileges at our live events.This podcast is a project of the Munk Debates, a Canadian charitable organization dedicated to fostering civil and substantive public dialogue - https://munkdebates.com/   Senior Producer: Kelly Linehan Editor: Adam Karch

BIC TALKS
#GirishKarnad(2/9): The River Has No Fear of Memories | Geographies of Kannada part I ft. Vivek Shanbhag

BIC TALKS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 40:59


Girish had a long friendship with the Kannada writer, Vivek Shanbhag, our special guest for this episode. Vivek prods Girish to talk about his challenges with writing contemporary plays. They also talk about his complex relationship with Kannada and finding the right language for what a writer wants to say. Besides readings from Wedding Album and Tughlaq, we also get to listen to short scene from  UR Ananthamurthy's Samskara, a novel that Girish loved dearly. About the Series: In June 2019, a few days before his death, Girish Karnad and Arshia Sattar had extensive conversations about his work, his life, and the concerns that had occupied him over almost sixty years as a writer and a public intellectual. This podcast is a distillation of those freewheeling conversations, a short intellectual biography to celebrate the life and work of one of India's finest playwrights and thinkers. In this series, we hear Girish talk about Kannada literature, existentialism, making of modern Indian theatre, the art and craft of playwriting, and his life as a public intellectual. The series is hosted by Arshia Sattar and Anmol Tikoo, with special guests such as Vivek Shanbhag, Shanta Gokhale, and Sunil Shanbag, who provide the context for Girish's comments. Each episode also contains scenes from his plays read by members of Bangalore's theatre community. The readings show us how closely his philosophical and political ideas were to what he wrote. They also provide an opportunity for audiences, particularly those who might not be already familiar with Girish's works, to experience the power of his work. The title for the series is taken from the song in Hayavadana (ಹಯವದನ), a song which has been musically recreated for us by Pallavi MD and Konarak Reddy. Apart from the fact that Neerina Mele Chitra remains one of Kannada's most beloved ranga geethe, we found it to be particularly evocative as we remember a man who profoundly impacted India's cultural arena in the last half of the 20th century. This podcast series, we hope, will bear witness to Girish Karnad, a man who gave us so much to remember, but also so much to take forward. Supported by Nilekani Philanthropies

Today with Claire Byrne
Climate context on curent heatwave

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 12:46


Vincent McAviney, London based journalist; Guy Hedgecoe, freelance journalist in Madrid and Kieran Hickey, climatologist at the Department of Geography in University College Cork.

New Books in Political Science
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in Islamic Studies
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books in Islamic Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/islamic-studies

New Books in European Studies
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

New Books in Public Policy
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books in Public Policy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

New Books in Law
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books Network
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. 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 British Studies
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books in British Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/british-studies

New Books in National Security
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books in National Security

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/national-security

New Books in European Politics
Rizwaan Sabir, "Shadows of Suspicion: Counterterrorism, Muslims and the British Security State" (Pluto Press, 2022)

New Books in European Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 66:19


What impact has two decades' worth of policing and counterterrorism had on the state of mind of Muslims in Britain? In The Suspect: Counterterrorism, Islam, and the Security State (Pluto Press, 2022), Rizwaan Sabir writes compellingly about his own experiences of wrongful arrest, detention and subsequent surveillance, placing these in the broader context of 21st century British counterterrorism practices and the policing of Muslims. Writing publicly for the first time about the traumatising mental health effects of these experiences, Sabir argues that these harmful outcomes are not the result of errors in government planning, but the consequences of using a counterinsurgency warfare approach to fight terrorism and police Muslims. To resist the injustice of these policies and practices, we need to centre the lived experiences of those subjected to them and build networks of solidarity and support. Dr Rizwaan Sabir (@RizwaanSabir) is a Lecturer (aka Assistant Professor) in Criminology at Liverpool John Moores University. His research concerns British counterterrorism policy and practice, especially the way in which counterinsurgency theory, doctrine, and practice have been integrated into the UK's domestic 'War on Terror' infrastructure. Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. She can be reached by email or on Twitter. Listeners interested in British policing and surveillance may also appreciate this recent interview about Deep Deception: The Story of the Spycop Network, by the Women Who Uncovered the Shocking Truth (Ebury, 2022). Catriona Gold is a PhD candidate in Geography at University College London. She is currently researching the US Passport Office's role in governing Cold War travel, and broadly interested in questions of security, surveillance and mobility. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
The damage of more intense and frequent heatwaves

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 5:48


John Sweeney, Emeritus Professor of Geography at Maynooth University, on early heatwaves across Europe and the US.

The Derek Hunter Podcast
The Left Is The Left Everywhere

The Derek Hunter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 21:16


Geography can't protect you from stupidity.

Outrage and Optimism
159. How to Feed the World without Devouring the Planet

Outrage and Optimism

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 63:44


Regenesis: Feeding the World without Devouring the Planet is the title of George Monbiot's new book and an essential challenge that we explore in this Future of Food episode, with the help of George and three other guests committed to transforming our food system. As the current global food crisis continues to push more and more people to the brink of starvation, join us as we take a deep dive into the root causes of the crisis. Surface with a diverse and exciting range of solutions that could ensure we have a ‘glocal' diverse food system, and a paradigm shift in the way we produce protein that regenerates our planet and feeds our population.    Our four contributors to this episode are: George Monbiot, celebrated author, activist and environmentalist; Dr Laura Pereira, Associate Professor at the Global Change Institute at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa and a researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm University in Sweden; Dr Ruchika Singh, Director of Sustainable Landscapes and Restoration at the WRI or World Resources Institute in India; and Josh Tetrick, Co-Founder and CEO of Just Eat Inc.  You can find their short biographies and links to their work and media platforms below.    All of our guests were incredible, but a special acknowledgement goes to Ruchika who recorded her interview during the middle of a heat wave in India. It should bring home to us all how climate change is already severely affecting particular regions right now.    A huge thanks as ever to The Ikea Foundation for supporting us with the making of this episode. Please check out their wonderful work using the links below:  Website | Facebook | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram | —   Christiana + Tom's book ‘The Future We Choose' is available now!   Subscribe to our Climate Action Newsletter!   —   Mentioned links from the episode: George's mentions: Solar Foods the precision fermentation company mentioned by George Monbiot who are making food from thin air.  Definitely one to watch!  The Land Institute - Perennial Crops  - the initiative mentioned by George Monbiot Tolhurst Organic - The Oxfordshire Farmer doing incredible things with soil mentioned by George Monbiot Laura's Mentions Scaling Out, Scaling Up, Scaling Deep  by Michelle Moore.  You can read up to 100 articles per month for free on this site if you register.   Ruchika's Mentions The Land Accelerator | World Resources Institute TerraFund for AFR100 —   Thank you to our guests this week:   George Monbiot, Author, Environmentalist and Activist (photo credit Guy Reece) George Monbiot is an author, Guardian columnist and environmental activist. His best-selling books include Feral: Rewilding the land, sea and human life, Heat: how to stop the planet burning, and Out of the Wreckage: a new politics for an age of crisis. George cowrote the concept album Breaking the Spell of Loneliness with musician Ewan McLennan, and has made a number of viral videos. One of them, adapted from his 2013 TED Talk, How Wolves Change Rivers, has been viewed on YouTube over 40m times. Another, on Natural Climate Solutions, that he co-presented with Greta Thunberg, has been watched over 60m times.  George's latest book, Regenesis: Feeding the World without Devouring the Planet, was published in May 2022.   Website | Twitter | YouTube | TikTok   Dr Laura Pereira, Associate Professor at the Global Change Institute at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa and a researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm University in Sweden Dr Laura Pereira is a member of the Seeds of Good Anthropocenes project and leads two current projects, the first is a Formas funded project entitled “Seeding transformative futures for people and nature in Africa ” and the other is an H2020 project in collaboration with EAT called “Foodtrails”. She also works with Guillermo Ortuño Crespo on a small project to realise transformative scenarios for the high seas using the Nature Futures Framework. Pereira co-ordinates the SRC's module of the Bosch Stiftung Transformational Leadership Post-doc Academy. She is also actively involved in MSc student supervision and gives a lecture on sustainability transformations as part of the MSc course. Pereira holds a DPhil in Geography and Environmental Science from the University of Oxford. She completed her BSc (Hons) majoring in Zoology, Ecology and Law at the University of the Witwatersrand and read for an MSc in Nature, Society and Environmental Policy at St Hilda's College, Oxford. Twitter   Dr Ruchika Singh, Director - Sustainable Landscapes and Restoration, WRI India Dr. Ruchika Singh leads the Sustainable Landscapes and Restoration programme in India. Till January 2019, Ruchika anchored the restoration opportunity assessments for the Landscape Restoration programme at WRI India. Ruchika brings over eighteen years of extensive experience of conducting evidence-based research, programme management, assessments and evaluations related to various aspects of forest, water, tenure, resource rights, landscape management and governance issues, taking into consideration social inclusion and gender, from an interdisciplinary lens. Ruchika also contributes to Cities4Forests, an initiative focused on helping cities better conserve, manage, and restore inner forests (such as city trees and urban parks), nearby forests (such as green corridors and watersheds) and faraway forests (such as tropical and boreal forests). Ruchika works closely with Kochi (India) to help them maximize benefits from trees and forests for water, air quality, biodiversity, climate, livelihoods and more. WRI India LinkedIn  | Twitter | Facebook |  Instagram   Josh Tetrick, co-founder and CEO, Eat Just, Inc. Josh Tetrick is CEO & co-founder of Eat Just, Inc., a food technology company with a mission to build a healthier, safer and more sustainable food system in our lifetimes. The company's expertise, from functionalizing plant proteins to culturing animal cells, is powered by a world-class team of scientists and chefs spanning more than a dozen research disciplines. Eat Just created America's fastest-growing egg brand, which is made entirely of plants, and the world's first-to-market meat made from animal cells instead of slaughtered livestock. Prior to founding Eat Just, Tetrick led a United Nations business initiative in Kenya and worked for both former President Clinton and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. As Fulbright Scholar, Tetrick taught schoolchildren in Nigeria and South Africa and is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Michigan Law School. Tetrick has been named one of Fast Company's “Most Creative People in Business,” Inc.'s “35 Under 35” and Fortune's “40 Under 40.” Eat Just has been recognized as one of Fast Company's “Most Innovative Companies,” Entrepreneur's “100 Brilliant Companies,” CNBC's “Disruptor 50” and a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer. GOOD Meat                            Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram                    JUST Egg Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram — Big thanks to the talented team at Airaphon who helped edit and mixed this show for us this week. Check them out: Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn | Website —   Keep up with Christiana Figueres online Instagram | Twitter   Tom Rivett-Carnac Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn   Paul Dickinson LinkedIn | Twitter   —   Follow @OutrageOptimism on social media and send us a message! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn   Don't forget to hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss another episode of Outrage + Optimism!

Tuesdays with Merton Podcast
Malgorzata Poks - The Geography of Lograire as Thomas Merton's Ultimate Autobiography

Tuesdays with Merton Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 58:18


Thomas Merton's famous autobiography The Seven Storey Mountain (1948) was the product of a young mind devastated by ambivalence and thirsting for certainty. Twenty years after its publication Merton felt dissatisfied with that book's moral rigidity and finality of opinions, with his evasions and half-conscious posturing. The Geography of Lograire (1969), his mature auto¬biography, enacts the master theme of Merton's writing – the search for the authentic self – as a constant process of self-invention and renegotiation of cultural codes. In my presentation I will attempt an autoethnographic reading of The Geography of Lograire. Dr. Malgorzata Poks is an assistant professor at the Institute of Literary Studies, Faculty of Humanities, at the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland. Her monograph Thomas Merton and Latin America: A Consonance of Voices (2006) received the International Thomas Merton Award, and her article “Home on the Border: In Ana Castillo's The Guardians” was awarded the 2019 Javier Coy Biennial Research Award. Recently she translated into Polish Linda Hogan's native memoir The Woman Who Watches Over the World and finished writing Decolonial Animal Ethics in Linda Hogan's Poetry and Prose.

Susquehanna Alchemy
Your Handbook For The Apocalypse 32: The David Lynch, Kianu Reeves, Marilyn Manson Matrix

Susquehanna Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 100:13


Uncle Mike and Mystic Mark discuss some strange details about Kianu Reeves, and Jennifer Syme. How they're connected to David Lynch and Marilyn Manson and the strange synchro's that Mark has collected in the unraveling of this mystery. Uncle Mike shared his thoughts and we concluded discussing Mandela effect and the nature of the apocalypse. Gnome Countryside Air BnB: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/40276758?source_impression_id=p3_1653784608_qLtDU1chGP8t7Zi6https://www.mycofest.net/Support Uncle Mike (Michael Wann)IG @susquehannaalchemyVisit My Website Susquehanna AlchemySupport on Subscribe StarBuy Susquehanna Alchemy GearBuy Mikes Book Rites of the 40th ParallelSupport Mystic MarkMFTIC Merchhttps://mftic-podcast.creator-spring.comJoin us on TelegramOn Patreon For Exclusive Episodes. Check out the S.E.E.E.N.IG: @myfamilythinksimcrazyhttps://www.myfamilythinksimcrazy.comMusical Credit:Intro Backtrack:Music: Mission 1By Holizna CC 4.0 Free Music Archive ★ Support this podcast ★

2 Rash 2 Unadvised
Chapter 12

2 Rash 2 Unadvised

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 182:29


Waweru confuses political allegiance for moral worth, Martyr says Napoleon was an ally, and no one thinks aristocrats are more human than commoners.Geography is Violence so we made a map of the world and one of Romanova. The mysterious discord is revealed!Content Warning:S1–References to sex V4– violence praised; historical incidents of global trauma; crimes of violence committed by real persons.R1– treatment of religious themes without intent to convert; religious beliefs of real persons.O4–Opinions likely to cause offense to selected groups and to the sensibilities of many; subject matter likely to cause distress or offense to the same.Remember to subscribe in your preferred podcasting portal,  and read chapter 13 for our read through of Perhaps the Stars.You can also now support us on patron! you should, it will make you a better person in the only way that matters-the eyes of the hosts. Support the show

Haunted or Hoax
32. Old South Pittsburgh Hospital

Haunted or Hoax

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 62:11


32 coming to YOU, our listeners! This week we discuss Old South Pittsburgh Hospital! Not in Pennsylvania though, in Tennessee. Geography is so confusing sometimes. Anyway, this location is particularly popular among ghost hunters. It's even called a Paranormal Research Center. But does it have the history and evidence to really back it up? Find out and if  YOU have any experiences with this spiritual hub, let us know!We'd appreciate it if you took a moment to help our podcast by rating and reviewing on apple and NOW on Spotify! Don't forget to check our show notes for our social links! Definitely check out our Instagram (@hauntedorhoaxpod). We post all photos and videos talked about in the show there!  Haunted or Hoax Social Medias:WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookSources for this Episode:TELEVISION & MEDIA:[https://youtu.be/nLbLBYP9lgEDESTINATION FEAR - S  1 EP 2https://fb.watch/dDM7BODxXu/https://fb.watch/dDM9CBZkUU/WEBSITES:https://steemit.com/haunted/@adventuresunited/62w3iv-exploring-america-s-most-haunted-hospital-o-s-p-h-spirit-attacks-our-equipmenthttps://www.onlyinyourstate.com/tennessee/old-south-pittsburg-hospital-tn/https://www.wideopencountry.com/old-south-pittsburg-hospital/https://osphprc.com/

Pullback
Road to Nowhere with Paris Marx

Pullback

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 63:30


This week, Kyla and Kristen are joined by Paris Marx, host of Tech Won't Save Us, a weekly podcast that critiques the worldview of Silicon Valley. Paris has been published by NBC News, CBC News, Toronto Star, Jacobin, Tribune, OneZero, Canadian Dimension, and more. Paris holds a Master's degree in Geography and will be talking to us about their new book, “Road to Nowhere: What Silicon Valley Gets Wrong about the Future of Transportation”. This book explores the history of transportation and the current problems with tech in transport, with a focus on Silicon Valley and their visions of the future. Topics: history of cars; history of taxis; why Silicon Valley struggles to meet the needs of the general public; how to argue with an Elon Musk apologist; better solutions for the future. Get your copy here: https://www.versobooks.com/books/3995-road-to-nowhere Leave us a voicemail! https://podinbox.com/pullback Website: https://www.pullback.org/episode-notes/episode83 Tech Won't Save Us: https://www.techwontsave.us/ Harbinger Media Network: https://harbingermedianetwork.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PullbackPodcast  Find Paris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/parismarx Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pullbackpodcast/?igshid=i57wwo16tjko  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PullbackPodcast/  Pullback is produced and hosted by Kristen Pue and Kyla Hewson. Logo by Rachel Beyer and Evan Vrinten.

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast
Episode 206: Sapioworkers

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 51:17


Quizmasters Lee and Marc are meet for a general knowledge trivia quiz with topics including Animals , Geography, Sports, History, Technology, and more! Round One OCCUPATIONS - A hagiography is a person who writes about what subject, which shares its name with an NFL NFC-South Team? SOCCER PLAYERS - Edson Arantes do Nascimento is a Brazilian soccer star better known by what name? U.S. GEOGRAPHY - In what Virginia city is the C.I.A. located? ANIMALS - With a name taken from the Malay word for "Forest Person", what kind of animal is considered to be the heaviest tree-dwelling animal? GEOGRAPHY - Mount Teide, a world heritage site and the third-tallest volcano in the world, is found in what Archipelago? LGBTQ+ ICONS - What trans composer provided the scores for the Stanley Kubrick movies A Clockwork Orange, The Shining and Disney's Tron? Round Two F1 RACING - What F1 racer holds the records for the most wins (103), pole positions (103), and podium finishes (183)? NAMES OF THINGS - What is known as a Mourning Cloak in North America and a Camberwell Beauty in the UK? STOCK MARKETS - In which city was the first U.S. stock exchange opened in 1790 (two years before the opening of the NYSE)? TECHNOLOGY - The Palais Royale Saloon in San Francisco was the first place to have a precursor to what installed in 1899? ANCIENT MEMES - What meme Law of the Internet, coined in 1990, states “as an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Hitler approaches 1.” GREAT BRITAIN - Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle and London are the only four British cities to have what? Final Questions SPORTS TERMS - In what competitive sport would you find an oche? EUROPEAN CAPITALS - Which European capital city started off as a town called Lutetia founded in the 3rd Century BC? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges June 15th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT June 16th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollie's Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Gil, Tim, Tommy, Adam, Brandon Thank you, Team Captains – Kristin & Fletcher, Aaron, Matthew, David Holbrook, Mo, Lydia, Rick G, Skyler Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Elyse, Kaitlynn, Frank, Trent, Nina, Justin, Katie, Ryan, Robb, Captain Nick, Grant, Ian, Tim Gomez, Rachael, Moo, Rikki, Nabeel, Jon Lewis, Adam, Lisa, Spencer, Luc, Hank, Manu, Justin P., Cooper, Sarah, Karly, Lucas Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Mike J., Mike C., Efren, Steven, Kenya, Dallas, Issa, Paige, Allison, Kevin & Sara, Alex, Mike K., Loren, MJ, HBomb, Aaron, Laurel, FoxenV, Sarah, Edsicalz, Megan, brandon, Chris, Alec, Sai, Nathan, Tim If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support." Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet for a bonus general knowledge quiz on topics including Birthstones, Sports, Movies, Celebrities, Musicals, 90's Memes and more, exclusively for our supporters!

Dewey Bertolini's podcast
James in HD (Part 5) -- In His Faithful Love and Gentle Kindness...

Dewey Bertolini's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 46:08


As you are about to hear in the PODCAST, it's all a matter of perspective, isn't it? POV—Point of view. Ours, or God's? Thank you for listening, and for sharing this message!!! Please remember that depending upon your web browser and connection speed, it may take up to 60 seconds for this podcast to begin to play. God bless you richly as you listen.

'74PODCAST
URBAN NATURE - Episode 2: Verena Conley and Gabriel Kozlowski

'74PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 53:24


In this episode of URBAN NATURE, cultural and critical theorist Verena Conley and Gabriel Kozlowski talk about ecology in the context of culture and philosophy while discussing its connection to care ethics, feminism, and materialism. Conley argues that our survival depends on realizing a more direct connection with animals, plants and other life forms that share the same ecosystems with us. On the second episode, our guest is Verena Andermatt Conley. Verena is a cultural and critical theorist who has been teaching at Harvard since 1996 in Comparative Literature, and Romance Languages and Literature. She writes on current dilemmas in the natural and urban environments and her publications include among many Ecopolitics: The Environment in Poststructuralist Theory (1997), Spatial Ecologies: Urban Sites, State and World-Space in French Cultural Theory (2012) and Rethinking Technologies (1993-1997). She also has just finished On Care: A Plea for Etho-Ecology (2022). Verena is an affiliate of the Harvard University Committee for the Environment and an associate of the Harvard Urban Mellon Initiative. "We have to do some rethinking of matter not as dead as it was assumed to be, but matter that is everywhere. Explore the liveliness of matter and see how the implications are, how the relationship is between humans and nature, animal, plants and the environment. Explore a way of a new alliance and rethink these boundaries." -Verena Conley - A '74PODCAST Series, URBAN NATURE is hosted by Gabriel Kozlowski, Brazilian architect and curator working on urbanization from the perspective of political ecology. The Series presents guests from a diverse set of disciplines—including Anthropology, Biology, Philosophy, Political Science, Political Theory, Geography, Architecture, the Arts, among others—that have been reflecting on the relationship between humans and nature. Episode recorded on Zoom in April 2022. Produced by ISTANBUL'74.

Gaming In The Wild
112: Interview - NORCO creator Yuts (Geography of Robots)

Gaming In The Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 57:49


I'm joined this week by Yuts of Geography of Robots - the developer behind one of 2022's best indie games, NORCO. We talked about how much of this mesmerising near-future world is based on current day events, local myths, and intertwined histories of Louisiana; about psychogeography, psychedelia, reality and unreality, and much more besides. Thanks to Yuts for the great conversation. Note: the episode contains spoilers for Norco. If you're yet to play, I recommend listening to episode 109 - https://anchor.fm/gaminginthewild/episodes/109-NORCO-e1it6cb - for a review of the game, and coming back to this episode later. Follow Geography of Robots on Twitter at @roboticgeo - http://twitter.com/roboticgeo - and play NORCO on PC or Mac, including Game Pass (PC only). If you enjoy the show, you can come say hi on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Twitch - find the links at http://gaminginthewild.com. If you'd like to support the show on Patreon, you can do so from $1 per month and get exclusive episodes, sale recommendations, and an invite to the show's Discord community – go to http://patreon.com/gaminginthewild for that. You can also support the show via Ko-Fi if that's your preferred creator platform: http://ko-fi.com/gaminginthewild. And as always, thanks for listening!

Science Salon
279. Ian Morris on Deep Time and Big History

Science Salon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 108:13


Shermer and Morris discuss: the history of Big/Deep History • the US, UK, Europe and the West in the context of Russia and China and his book Why the West Rules — for Now • Russia's war on Ukraine in the context of his book War: What is it Good For? • the future of energy and civilization in the context of his book Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil Fuels • “national character” • the similarities and differences in people from the US, UK, and Europe • China and the future of energy and political power • what Britain was like 8000 years ago • the major transitions in British history • Nigel Farage and Brexit, and 5 things that matter then and now: Identity, Mobility, Prosperity, Security, Sovereignty • Adam Smith and the economic revolution • counterfactual history • slavery • the role of ideas in history (civil rights, rule of law, justice, etc.) • colonialism • postcolonialism • reparations • immigration and migration in history and today. Ian Morris is the Jean and Rebecca Willard Professor of Classics and Professor in History at Stanford University and the author of the critically acclaimed Why the West Rules — for Now, as well as The Measure of Civilization: How Social Development Decides the Fate of Nations; Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil Fuels: How Human Values Evolve; and War! What is it Good For? He has published many scholarly books and has directed excavations in Greece and Italy. His new book is Geography is Destiny: Britain's Place in the World: A 10,000-Year History.

Caixin Global Podcasts
China Stories: Coal, Once a Boon, Turns Chinese Rustbelt City Into a Bust

Caixin Global Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 22:29


As the golden years of mining fade, the resource-depleted city of Hegang is struggling to survive. Read the article by Cheng Siwei and Zhang Yukun: https://www.caixinglobal.com/2022-05-10/in-depth-coal-once-a-boon-turns-chinese-rustbelt-city-into-a-bust-101883185.html Narrated by Cliff Larsen.

ROMA. Падение Республики
Греческий цикл - Орхомен

ROMA. Падение Республики

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 57:12


86 год до нашей эры. Урок тридцатый. О чит-кодах, их последствиях, любви и сиренах. -==- Подкаст Психо Байкиhttps://pc.st/1620764065КнигаЭрик Нюзум. ПошумимЧат подкастеровhttps://t.me/chatpropodcasty-==-Поддержать подкаст patreon.com/romafallrepublic boosty.to/romafallrepublic -==- Герои выпуска. Осторожно, спойлеры к предыдущим сериям https://telegra.ph/Grecheskij-cikl-3-seriya-Geroi-Orhomen-06-09-==- Подкаст выходит по четвергам. Подписывайтесь на любых платформах и присоединяйтесь в сообществах https://t.me/romafallrepublic https://instagram.com/roma_fall_of_the_republic/?hl=ru https://vk.com/romafallrepublicТаймкоды 00:00 Флешфорвард 03:12 Ранее в РОМЕ 05:52 Эпиграф к серии 06:04 О вислоухих мерах 12:02 О планах любимца фортуны 17:44 О приказах и нюансах их исполнения 20:56 Митридат и чит-коды 24:03 Тетрархи Галатии 27:33 О последствиях неудачного руления 31:59 Камень все стерпит 35:52 Всем пива за счет заведения 38:38 И снова о подозрениях 40:59 Последний шанс Архелая 43:29 О ходячих холмах 52:24 Раздача благодарностей 55:07 Послесловие Источники: Аппиан. Митридатовы войны Плутарх. Сравнительные жизнеописания Тит Ливий. История Рима от основания Города Strabo. Geography Короленков, Антон Викторович. Смыков, Евгений Владимирович. Сулла Короленков, Антон Викторович. Марий, Цинна и Метеллы Молев, Евгений Александрович. Властитель Понта Keaveney, Arthur. Last Republican Bennett Harold. Cinna and His Times. A Critical and Interpretative Study of Roman History during the Period

Keen On Democracy
Ian Morris: Why Geography Explains Everything From Brexit to Cuba to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 30:16


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Ian Morris, author of Geography Is Destiny: Britain and the World: A 10,000-Year History. Ian Morris is Head of Wellbeing at Wellington College in Berkshire. He has taught religious studies and wellbeing in the independent and state sectors since 2000. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Profoundly Pointless
Rainbolt: Professional Google Maps Player

Profoundly Pointless

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 65:44


Professional Google Maps Player Rainbolt knows the world at a glace. Show hi