Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/2: Best Things First: The 12 most efficient solutions for the world's poorest and our global SDG promises Hardcover – May 8, 2023 by Bjorn Lomborg (Author), Bjørn Lomborg (Editor) https://www.amazon.com/Best-Things-First-efficient-solutions/dp/1940003288/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= In this urgent, thought-provoking book, Bjorn Lomborg presents the 12 most efficient solutions for the world's poorest and our global SDG promises. • If you want to make the world better, Best Things First is the book to read. World leaders have promised everything to everyone. But they are failing. The UN's Sustainable Development Goals are supposed to be delivered by 2030. The goals literally promise everything, like eradicating poverty, hunger and disease; stopping war and climate change, ending corruption, fixing education along with countless other promises. This year, the world is at halftime for its promises, but nowhere near halfway. Together with more than a hundred of the world's top economists, Bjorn Lomborg has worked for years to identify the world's best solutions. Based on 12 new, peer-reviewed papers, forthcoming in Cambridge University Press' Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, this book highlights the world's best policies. Some things are difficult to fix, cost a lot, and help little. Other problems we know how to fix, at low cost, with remarkable outcomes. We should do the smart things first. Governments and philanthropists should focus on these 12 smartest things. Fix tuberculosis, malaria, and chronic disease, tackle malnutrition, improve education, increase trade, implement e-procurement, and secure land tenure. This will improve the world amazingly. The cost is $35 billion a year. The benefits include saving 4.2 million lives each year and generating $1.1 trillion more for the world's poor. We can definitely afford it: The cost of $35 billion is equivalent to the increase in annual global spending on cosmetics over the last two years. This is likely the best thing the world can do this decade.
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/2: Best Things First: The 12 most efficient solutions for the world's poorest and our global SDG promises Hardcover – May 8, 2023 by Bjorn Lomborg (Author), Bjørn Lomborg (Editor) https://www.amazon.com/Best-Things-First-efficient-solutions/dp/1940003288/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= In this urgent, thought-provoking book, Bjorn Lomborg presents the 12 most efficient solutions for the world's poorest and our global SDG promises. • If you want to make the world better, Best Things First is the book to read. World leaders have promised everything to everyone. But they are failing. The UN's Sustainable Development Goals are supposed to be delivered by 2030. The goals literally promise everything, like eradicating poverty, hunger and disease; stopping war and climate change, ending corruption, fixing education along with countless other promises. This year, the world is at halftime for its promises, but nowhere near halfway. Together with more than a hundred of the world's top economists, Bjorn Lomborg has worked for years to identify the world's best solutions. Based on 12 new, peer-reviewed papers, forthcoming in Cambridge University Press' Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, this book highlights the world's best policies. Some things are difficult to fix, cost a lot, and help little. Other problems we know how to fix, at low cost, with remarkable outcomes. We should do the smart things first. Governments and philanthropists should focus on these 12 smartest things. Fix tuberculosis, malaria, and chronic disease, tackle malnutrition, improve education, increase trade, implement e-procurement, and secure land tenure. This will improve the world amazingly. The cost is $35 billion a year. The benefits include saving 4.2 million lives each year and generating $1.1 trillion more for the world's poor. We can definitely afford it: The cost of $35 billion is equivalent to the increase in annual global spending on cosmetics over the last two years. This is likely the best thing the world can do this decade.
A.M. Edition for May 24. South Carolina has moved to ban most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, imposing severe restrictions in one of the last bastions for legal abortion access in the southern U.S. Plus, baby-formula makers face an FTC collusion probe. And the Journal's David Benoit on whether JPMorgan's status as America's biggest bank is an asset or a liability to the U.S. financial system. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stuff You Missed in History Class
Hasekura Rokuemon Tsunenaga was a samurai who led a diplomatic delegation to New Spain, Spain and Rome in the 17th century. But many of the Japanese records about their mission were lost or destroyed after they returned. Research: Carl, Katy. “Aiming for Japan and Getting Heaven Thrown In.” Genealogies of Modernity. 12/2/2020. https://genealogiesofmodernity.org/journal/2020/11/25/scales-of-value-shusaku-endos-the-samurai Christensen, Thomas. “1616: The World in Motion.” Counterpoint. 2012. https://archive.org/details/1616worldinmotio0000chri/ Corradini, Piero. “Some Problems concerning Hasekura Tsunenaga's Embassy to the Pope." From Rethinking Japan Vol. 2. Routledge. 1995. Frederic, Louis. “Japan Encyclopedia.” Translated by Käthe Roth. 2002. https://archive.org/details/japanencyclopedi0000loui/mode/1up Fujikawa, Mayu. “Pope Paul V's global design.” Renaissance Studies, APRIL 2016, Vol. 30, No. 2 (APRIL 2016). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/26618847 Gessel, Van C. “Historical Background.” From The Samurai by Shusaku Endo. Gutierrez, Ed. “Samurai in Spain.” Japan Quarterly, Jan. 1, 2000. Jones, Josh. “The 17th Century Japanese Samurai Who Sailed to Europe, Met the Pope & Became a Roman Citizen.” Open Culture. 11/29/2021. https://www.openculture.com/2021/11/the-17th-century-japanese-samurai-who-sailed-to-europe-met-the-pope-became-a-roman-citizen.html Kamens, Edward. “'The Tale of Genji' and ‘Yashima' Screens in Local and Global Contexts.” Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin , 2007, Japanese Art at Yale (2007). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/40514681 KCP International. “Hasekura Tsunenaga and his Travels.” KCP International Japanese Language School. 9/6/2017. https://www.kcpinternational.com/2017/09/hasekura-tsunenaga-and-his-travels/ Lee, Christina H. “The Perception of the Japanese in Early Modern Spain: Not Quite ‘The Best People Yet Discovered'.” eHumanista: Volume 11, 2008. Massarella, Derek. “The Japanese Embassy to Europe (1582–1590).” The Japanese Embassy to Europe (1582–1590). February 2013. https://www.hakluyt.com/downloadable_files/Journal/Massarella.pdf Mathes, W. Michael. “A Quarter Century of Trans-Pacific Diplomacy: New Spain and Japan, 1592-1617.” Journal of Asian History , 1990, Vol. 24, No. 1 (1990). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/41925377 Musillo, Marco. “The Borghese papacy's reception of a samurai delegation and its fresco image at Palazzo del Quirinale, Rome.” From Western visions of the Far East in a transpacific age, 1522-1657. Ashgate, 2012. Pasciuto, Greg. “Hasekura Tsunenaga: The Adventures of a Christian Samurai.” The Collector. 12/7/2022. https://www.thecollector.com/hasekura-tsunenaga-christian-samurai/ Sanabrais, Sofia. “'Spaniards of Asia': The Japanese Presence in Colonial Mexico.” Bulletin of Portuguese Japanese Studies. 2009, 18/19. https://www.redalyc.org/pdf/361/36129851009.pdf Shigemi, Inaga. “Japanese Encounters with Latin America and Iberian Catholicism (1549–1973): Some Thoughts on Language, Imperialism, Identity Formation, and Comparative Research.” The Comparatist, Vol. 32 (MAY 2008). Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/26237176 Strusiewicz, Cezary Jan. “The Samurai Who Met the Pope.” Tokyo Weekender. 4/26/2021. https://www.tokyoweekender.com/art_and_culture/japanese-culture/the-samurai-who-met-the-pope/ Theroux, Marcel. “The samurai who charmed the courts of Europe.” The Guardian. 6/7/2020. https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2020/jun/07/hasekura-rokuemon-tsunenaga-japan-samurai-charmed-courts-europe Tucci, Giuseppe. “Japanese Ambassadors as Roman Patricians.” East and West , JULY 1951, Vol. 2, No. 2. Via JSTOR. https://www.jstor.org/stable/29757935 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ONE Extraordinary Marriage Show
Learn about what would change if you had a marriage manual on how to experience an extraordinary marriage. | "Life doesn't come with an instruction manual." —Scott Westerfield Is it really possible to rekindle the spark and restore the “like-new” connection in your marriage? Yes it is! In the 6 Pillars of Intimacy, you will discover secrets that have transformed countless marriages. Its ideas are simple, practical, and powerful. You'll be inspired to look at your marriage through a new lens and be encouraged by its commonsense approach. Alisa and Tony DiLorenzo's proven approach to building intimacy in marriage will help you experience deeper and richer levels of intimacy with your spouse – starting today. Click HERE to get your copy today! Links from today's episode: The Journal of Best Practices by David Finch The 6 Pillars of Intimacy Conflict Resolution: The Secret to Breaking the Conflict Cycle in Your Marriage He Zigs, She Zags: Get Your Communication on the Same Path Liberator Wedge Ramp Combo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A.M. Edition for May 23. The risk of a U.S. debt default is sending investors searching for new safe havens, including in the bonds of America's top-rated companies. Plus, Ukrainian-backed forces stage a cross-border incursion into Russia. And the Journal's Stella Yifan Xie explains how rising youth unemployment in China is raising economic and political red flags in Beijing. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education
Dr. Peter Gray from Boston College, discusses the article: Decline in Independent Activity as a Cause of Decline in Children's Mental Wellbeing: Summary of the Evidence published with David Lancy and David Bjorklund. We talk about the causes of the rise in mental disorders for children, and spoiler alert, it seems to be the lack of play! This is the organization Dr. Gray discussed https://letgrow.org/ (Let Grow) Full Cite: Gray, P., Lancy, D. F., & Bjorklund, D. F. (2023). Decline in independent activity as a cause of decline in children's mental wellbeing: Summary of the evidence. The Journal of Pediatrics. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpeds.2023.02.004 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pwrhpe/support
Peter Gray, a research professor of psychology at Boston College, joins Tim to talk about whatever happened to free play among children. This is a problem in society. The fact that kids aren't playing in the same ways or as much as they used to. And what it all means. Peter has conducted and published groundbreaking research in the area of play in human evolution. https://traffic.libsyn.com/forcedn/shapingopinion/Peter_Gray_-_Play_auphonic.mp3 If I were to say the word, “play” to you, what would that make you think of? Would you wonder if I'm talking about playing a game, or playing a sport? Would you think I'm talking about tennis or golf? What if I were to talk about kids at play? What would that make you think of? Close your eyes. Do you see a group of kids at play? Is there an adult in the picture? Or, are they just playing amongst themselves? These are critical questions. And believe it or not, play, is a very important topic. In preparing for today's episode, our guest, Peter Gray, shared a paper he wrote recently for the Journal of Pediatrics. In it, Peter and his co-authors, dig deep into a problem in society. There has been a decline in what they call “independent activity” and it's hurting kids. That “independent activity” is otherwise known as play. Peter makes the case that the rise of anxiety and depression among kids of school age, and of teenagers in the U.S. is at an all-time high. They draw a correlation between this trend, and a steady decline in the chance for kids and teens to play in ways their parents did when they were kids. In ways their parents may have taken for granted. The first thing I wanted to ask Peter was, “What's the difference between playing on an organized baseball team or a soccer team, and the kind of play that he says is on the decline?” Links Peter Gray's Substack - Play Makes Us Human The Play of Animals, by Karl Groos (Amazon) The Play of Man, by Karl Groos (Amazon) Peter Gray TED Talk on Play (YouTube) Peter Gray, Boston College Free to Learn, by Peter Gray (Amazon) It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens, by Dana Boyd (Amazon) Let Grow (website) Free Range Kids, by Lenore Skenazy (Amazon) Freedom To Learn, Psychology Today blog, by Peter Gray About this Episode's Guest Peter Gray Psychologist Peter Gray, faculty emeritus, photographed to accompany a story about his new book, "Free to Learn," which concerns the importance of play for children's healthy development and ability to thrive. Peter Gray is a research professor of psychology at Boston College who has conducted and published research in neuroendocrinology, developmental psychology, anthropology, and education. He is author of an internationally acclaimed introductory psychology textbook, now in its 8th edition, which brings an evolutionary perspective to the entire field. His recent research focuses on the roles of play in human evolution and how children educate themselves, through play and exploration, when they are free to do so. He has expanded on these ideas in his book, Free to Learn (Basic Books). His research includes surveys of grown un-schoolers and graduates of a school designed for Self-Directed Education. He also authors a regular blog called Freedom to Learn, for Psychology Today magazine. His research findings have led him to become an advocate of Self-Directed Education. He is a founding member and president of the Alliance for Self-Directed Education.
Dr. Farrah Mateen talks with Dr. Deanna Saylor about proposed competencies that can serve as a basis for global neurology training programs. Read the related article in Neurology. For links to articles and previous podcast episodes, please visit NPUb.org/Podcast. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1212/WNL.0000000000207184
-What is purity culture and how does it relate to codependency? -What are the short- and long-term consequences of purity culture? -How can we explore and cultivate healthy intimacy? Welcome to Episode 127! This week, we are graced, for the second time, with the presences of Susanna Guarino, LMHC, to dive into purity culture. In a previous episode, Susanna shared about religious trauma and is here to expand on the impact of purity culture on codependency. We hear what purity culture is, how it left codependent young women to be vulnerable, and the negative consequences it had. Susanna reveals how she helps her clients attempting to heal from codependency compounded by purity culture. You'll be left with insights on how to address issues related to your own lack of intimacy or sexuality. It's a must-listen! Links for the show: Sign up for the newsletter to receive all things codependummy: https://keap.app/contact-us/2302598426037497 Journal! The Confiding Codependummy: 30 Days of Journaling Prompts for a Less-Codependent and More-Conscious YOU for just $1 a day. www.codependummy.com/toolsforhealing FREEBIE! The Self-Validation Challenge: Learn to validate your GD self: www.codependummy.com/challenge Money! Funds! Help support the show via a one-time donation via secure Paypal link: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=RJ3PSNZ4AF7QC Work with me! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about psychotherapy, coaching, or coming on the show! More on this week's guest: Susanna Guarino is a therapist in private practice in NY working with couples and individuals who have experienced religious trauma, spiritual abuse, or damaging effects from membership in a high-control group. She is licensed in NY, AZ, RI and FL. http://www.goodearthcounseling.com Deets on the episode: Susanna Guarino is back everyone! We begin with reviewing how she defines codependency: overly focusing on what others need to the detriment of oneself. We connect that to Susanna's specialty working with religious trauma: codependency is seen when one makes decisions based off fear, yields to others influence to avoid sin, and is worried about their eternal damnation if they prioritize their own needs. Susanna opens up about codependency in her own life with an anecdote about purity culture. She describes being part of a Christian church and promising to not have sex until married during a youth gathering. She recalls how, despite the majority making the pledge, two young women defied the leader and refused to acquiesce to the leader's shaming them. We then focus on the interconnection and overlap between codependency and purity culture. Susanna educates us on the history of purity culture, the impact it had on adolescents and teens during the 1990s throughout the US, and it's consequences. Susanna lists various consequences, including internal shame, fear, a lack of sexual pleasure, a lack of intimacy between partners, and a patriarchal/male-centric approach to sex. Many adolescents and teens, especially young women, were vulnerable in this environment and often prioritized the needs of their church leaders, families, and community above their own. We conclude with hearing from Susanna about ways she helps her clients attempting to recover from purity culture through education, developing an understanding, developing comfort discussing sex, cultivating critical thinking, and so on. Thanks for coming on Susanna! And thank you for listening, my dear listener! PLEASE: Rate. Review. Subscribe. Share. We need more ratings on Spotify! TY! -The Self-Validation Challenge - free 30-day guide to providing yourself with all the validation you seek: www.codependummy.com/challenge -Get your copy of the Confiding Codependummy: 30 days of journaling prompts for a less-codependent and more-conscious you! www.codependummy.com/toolsforhealing -If you are wanting to dive into your codependency deeper one-on-one, please email email@example.com to work with me! -Sign up for the newsletter: https://keap.app/contact-us/2302598426037497 -Support the show via a one-time secure donation: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=RJ3PSNZ4AF7QC See you next week!
After months of delays, the new law school rankings have arrived. Will changes to U.S. News's methodology mean fewer merit scholarships? Ben is joined by TLP producer Erik to discuss the new rankings and how they might affect prospective law students. Later, Ben and Erik dig into the correlation–causation flaw, discuss the trouble with study timelines, and advise applicants on whether and how to write a GPA addendum. LSAT Demon LSAT Demon iOS App LSAT Demon Daily Watch Episode 403 on YouTube Thinking LSAT YouTube LSAT Demon YouTube 1:57 - Law School Rankings - Ben and Erik recap U.S. News's tumultuous year and consider how the new ranking methodology might impact law schools' admissions and scholarship decisions. LSAC claims the LSAT is the most accurate predictor of law school success. A Journal of Empirical Studies article questions the correlation between LSAT and LGPA. 31:57 - Correlation vs. Causation - Ben breaks down the correlation–causation flaw. While correlation alone doesn't prove causation, it is evidence of causation. 38:40 - Study Tips for a Marine - An anonymous student who's also an active duty Marine officer asks for advice on how to study for the LSAT. Ben and Erik explain why LSAT Demon is the perfect study tool for a student who frequently travels. They also encourage Anonymous not to settle for a 155 target score. 44:15 - When Should I Start Studying? - Listener Rebecca asks for help plotting out her LSAT study timeline. Ben and Erik advise Rebecca not to plan backward from a particular test date or admissions cycle. Instead, she should start studying without a timeline and to take a gap year if needed. 51:11 - GPA Addendum - Erik and Ben review listener Spencer's GPA addendum and offer some general rules for how to approach your GPA addendum—or whether to write one at all. 1:01:43 - Work-Study vs. Law School - Listener Breanna asks for the guys' opinion on a program that would allow her to take the bar exam after a four-year work-study program with a judge or attorney in lieu of attending law school. Ben and Erik are optimistic but encourage Breanna to do her due diligence on the program's job outcomes.
A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast
Katrina is back with another Fast Facts: Perio Edition and this time talking about physical activity both at the work site and not at the work site. She then reviews the study correlating periodontal conditions within these groups. Who do you think had healthier conditions? Resources: More Fast Facts: https://www.ataleoftwohygienists.com/fast-facts/ Katrina Sanders Website: https://www.katrinasanders.com Katrina Sanders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedentalwinegenist/ Reference: Pu, R., Fu, M., Yang, G., & Jiang, Z. (2023). The association of work physical activity and recreational physical activity with periodontitis in the NHANES (2009‐2014). Journal of Periodontology
On this weeks journal we discuss my conversation with Phil Kornachuk and I do my first live performance on the show of my new tune SAGEBRUSH. Use Code "dave" at www.mtntough.com for 10% off your membership Use code “altitude” at http://www.outdoorclass.com for 20% off Use code “altitude” at http://www.gohunt.com for a discount on becoming a member Use code “ALTITUDE” at http://www.peaxequipment.com for 10% off Use code “ALTITUDE” at https://sthealthyhunter.com/ for free Shipping & 10% off all CBD & Gear, and 5% off Non-CBD Products
We've touched on conversations about veteran disability before, but on this episode we're going all in. To get this conversation right we needed a guest who really understands the VA disability system, and it's hard to imagine someone more qualified to discuss this issue than Dan Gade. Dan is an Army veteran who became an amputee in 2005 while serving as a company commander in Ramadi, Iraq. Since this is an audio only format and we don't discuss it directly in the episode, it's important to note that Dan is missing almost the entirety of his right leg. He continued serving despite his injury and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2017. He went on to work as a disability and veteran services activist, professor, and researcher. He currently serves as the Commissioner of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services. Most importantly for this conversation, Dan is the author of Wounding Warriors: How Bad Policy is Making Veterans Sicker and Poorer. This well researched book unflinchingly goes after the "third rail" political topic of veterans disability reform. Described as a "must read" by GEN (R) Jim Mattis (former Secretary of Defense) and Jim Nicholson (former Secretary of Veterans Affairs) the book takes on controversial issues that others tend to avoid. Dan has his bachelors in environmental science from West Point and his Masters in public administration and his PhD in public policy from the University of Georgia. He served in the administration of President George W. Bush, taught at both West Point and American University, and was appointed to the National Council on Disability. He also knows a thing or two about fitness, he became the paralympic world champion at the 2010 Ironman 70.3. Additional Resources: Of course we recommend reading Dan's book Wounding Warriors: How Bad Policy is Making Veterans Sicker and Poorer. You can even order a signed copy from Dan from woundingwarriors.com. You can find Dan's article "A Better Way to Help Veterans" in National Affairs here. Read his article "Why the VA is Buried in Disability Claims" in the Wall Street Journal here. He has also published formal research: "Combat exposure and mental health: the long-term effects among US Vietnam and Gulf war veterans" in Health Economics can be found here. "Where Did You Serve? Veteran Identity, Representative Bureaucracy, and Vocational Rehabilitation" in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory can be found here. In our discussion he also recommended listening to his appearance on the Cleared Hot podcast with Andy Stumpf.
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durée : 00:28:25 - Les Pieds sur terre - par : Sonia Kronlund - Pendant les quatre prochains épisodes, Inès Léraud recueille des histoires de menaces, de pressions et d'autocensures, qui perpétuent l'hégémonie de l'agro-industrie bretonne. Ça commence dans les abattoirs.
A.M. Edition for May 19. President Biden is expected to announce a new round of U.S. restrictions on trade with Russia today. WSJ White House reporter Annie Linskey reports on that from the G-7 summit in Hiroshima, Japan, where allies are also looking to counter Chinese economic coercion. Plus, a Journal investigation reveals which car models have been built with a potentially dangerous air-bag part. And how the leader of the United Arab Emirates has charted a delicate “friends-with-everyone” strategy. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Haymarket Books and Souls for a discussion of the campaign to free Mutulu Shakur. This panel will examine the legacy of Dr. Mutulu Shakur and what this current generation of activists can learn and apply from his political history as an activist, health worker, and political prisoner. What does the experience to win his release have to teach us about remaining COINTELPRO-era political prisoners and contemporary BLM-generation activists? Speakers: Rukia Lumumba is the Executive Director of the People's Advocacy Institute, co-coordinator of the Electoral Justice Project, and campaign co-coordinator of the successful Committee to Elect Chokwe Antar Lumumba for Mayor of Jackson, Mississippi. Jomo Muhammad is an organizer with the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement & New Afrikan People's Organization. Monifa Bandele is a member of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement and the Movement for Black Lives. Robin D.G. Kelley (moderator) is Professor and Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in U.S. History at UCLA. He is the author of Hammer and Hoe, Race Rebels, Freedom Dreams: The Black Radical Imagination, and Thelonious Monk: The Life and Times of an American Original, among other titles. His writing has been featured in the Journal of American History, American Historical Review, Black Music Research Journal, African Studies Review, New York Times, The Crisis, The Nation, and Voice Literary Supplement. This event is sponsored by Haymarket Books and Souls: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture, and Society. Watch the live event recording: https://youtube.com/live/x4-m0J3_oLw Buy books from Haymarket: www.haymarketbooks.org Follow us on Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/haymarketbooks
Dr. Gordon Smith talks with Dr. Suma Babu about a new approved treatment for ALS that is associated with a mutation in the superoxide dismutase 1 (SOD1) gene. Read the related article on the FDA website. For links to articles and previous podcast episodes, please visit NPUb.org/Podcast.
Rise and Thrive with Katie Harlan
The podcast episode features special guest Lindsey DiFiore, who shares her journey from corporate to entrepreneurship, network marketing, and now coaching female entrepreneurs. Our conversation focused on the importance of personal development, mindset, and building real relationships with people in growing a successful business. Lindsey shares tips on creating alignment in business and her four steps to building a successful business, emphasizing the need for setting boundaries and aligning one's values with their business goals. She also discusses how you can work with her through the Aligned Biz Mama Academy, designed for women who want more alignment, ease, and flow in their days. Life By Design Notepad or Journal: https://www.katieharlan.fun/store Connect with Lindsey DiFiore: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindsey.difiore/ Aligned Biz Mama Academy doors open on May 22nd - Book a complimentary Align Your Biz Breakthrough Session with Lindsey for the details and to explore if it's the right fit for you: https://calendly.com/lmdifiore/clarity FREE guide to syncing your workflow and productivity with your cycle: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/63dd239e0f93ed601fa29717 Hang with me: https://www.instagram.com/katie.harlan/ Contact me: Katie.firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.katieharlan.fun
Behind The Knife: The Surgery Podcast
For our last submission as the BTK Bariatric Surgery Team, we thought we would take a minute to review some recent landmark trials in bariatric surgery. Get caught up on the impact of bariatric surgery on obesogenic cancers and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis. Journal articles: Association of Bariatric Surgery with Cancer Risk and Mortality in Adults with Obesity: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35657620/. Bariatric-Metabolic Surgery versus Lifestyle Intervention plus Best Medical Care in Non-Alcoholic Steatophepatitis (BRAVES): A Multicentre, Open-Label, Randomised Trial: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37088093/. Ad referenced in episode: A team at the Brooke Army Medical Center is working to better define proficiency-based metrics for competency in commonly performed robotic general surgery procedures. If you are a general surgery resident or practicing surgeon who performs robotic assisted cholecystectomies or inguinal hernia repairs, reach out to the PI, Robert Laverty, MD, at email@example.com for more information on how you could be compensated $500 per video submitted of each (up to $1000 per surgeon). Please visit https://behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more. If you liked this episode, check out other bariatric episodes here: https://behindtheknife.org/podcast-category/bariatric/
A.M. Edition for May 18. Montana's governor has signed the first American bill that outright bans TikTok. Journal reporter Stu Woo explains how that is paving the way for a legal fight over a nationwide prohibition that is under consideration in Washington. Plus the WSJ's Gwynn Guilford on how the tightest job market in generations is transforming the employment prospects for Black Americans. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A pair of new studies from the Journal of the American Medical Association found that the toll of racial disparities in health for Black Americans is even starker than we knew. From 1999 to 2020, Black Americans experienced 1.63 million excess deaths compared to white Americans and COVID widened the gap even further. Amna Nawaz discussed the significance of this data with Dr. Lisa Cooper. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
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This week's Misfit Entrepreneur is James Wetrich. For over 40 years, Jim has built companies and led teams across 3 continents and has consulted with over 100 companies. Jim built a team at Molnlycke Health Care that grew revenue over 7 times and EBITDA over 20 times creating over $1BN growth in enterprise value and taking the US business from number 5 to number 1 in the market with an employee satisfaction index over 95%. Jim is a noted expert in leadership and founder of the Wetrich Group of companies where he focuses on coaching, mentorship, and spreading his leadership lessons to help individuals and organizations foster and implement better leadership. Jim is also a best-selling author and his latest book is called Stifled: Where Good Leaders Go Wrong. Jim has had storied career and his wisdom and lessons learned in building and leading businesses can help any entrepreneur succeed at higher levels, so my goal is to squeeze every bit I can out of him in our time together. www.JimWetrich.com To see the full show notes and Misfit 3 for this episode, go to www.MisfitEntrepreneur.com. Show Sponsors: Hostinger: www.Hostinger.com/MISFIT to get everything you need to create your website and web presence for less than $3/month, plus 10% off with promo code MISFIT 5 Minute Journal: www.MisfitEntrepreneur.com/Journal
Imagine this like we're voice memo'ing in texts! Updates, random thoughts, things the Lord is teaching me all candid, not professional by any means and very "off the cuff." From one "voice message" queen to you!
A.M. Edition for May 17. House Democrats are working on a long-shot parliamentary maneuver designed to circumvent House Republican leadership and force a vote to raise the debt ceiling. WSJ White House reporter Annie Linskey says this signals how far apart the two sides are. Plus, the Journal's Tom Fairless on why migration into affluent countries has reached a record high. And lawmakers in North Carolina ban most abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This talk was given on April 10th, 2023 at Ohio State University. For more information please visit thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Gina Maria Noia is an Assistant Professor of Theology and Resident Bioethicist at Belmont Abbey College. She received her Ph.D. in Theology and Health Care Ethics from Saint Louis University. She has served as a clinical ethicist for OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria, IL and St. Alexius Hospital in St. Louis, MO, and she is published in Christian Bioethics and the Journal of Moral Theology. She and her husband, Justin, love spending time with their vivacious one-year-old boy.
While BCBAs are all about identifying the functions of behavior, that doesn't mean that we have a monopoly on the subject. This week, we review how related fields have been addressing problem behaviors that many behavior analysts haven't even dreamed of: Non-suicidal self-injury and an update to assessing school avoidance problems. Do these assessments get the job done? Or are we missing an opportunity to meaningfully collaborate to support treatment in these areas? This episode is available for 1.0 LEARNING CEU. Articles discussed this episode: Knollman, M., Reissner, V., & Hebebrand, J. (2019). Towards a comprehensive assessment of school absenteeism: Development and initial validation of the inventory of school attendance problems. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 28, 399-414. doi: 10.1007/s00787-018-1204-2 Lloyd-Richardson, E.E., Perrine, N., Dierker, L. & Kelley, M.L. (2007). Characteristics and functions of non-suicidal self-injury in a community sample of adolescents. Psychological Medicine, 37, 1183-1192. doi: 10.1017/S003329170700027X Klonsky, E.D. & Glenn, C.R. (2009). Assessing the functions of non-suicidal self-injury: Psychometric properties of the Inventory of Statements About Self-injury (ISAS). Journal of Psychopathology and Behavior Assessment, 31, 215-219. doi: 10.1007/s10862-008-9107-z If you're interested in ordering CEs for listening to this episode, click here to go to the store page. You'll need to enter your name, BCBA #, and the two episode secret code words to complete the purchase. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
Meet William MacAskill, the puerile professor who helps crypto capitalists justify sociopathy today for a universe of transhuman colonization tomorrow. Please share this episode with your friends and start a conversation.Warning: This podcast occasionally uses spicy language.For an entertaining deep dive into the theme of season five (Phalse Prophets), read the definitive peer-reviewed taxonomic analysis from our very own Jason Bradford, PhD. Sources/Links/Notes:Andrew Anthony, "William MacAskill: 'There are 80 trillion people yet to come. They need us to start protecting them'," The Guardian, August 21, 2022.Guiding Principles of the Centre for Effective AltruismPeter Singer, "Famine, Affluence and Morality," givingwhatwecan.org.Sarah Pessin, "Political Spiral Logics," sarahpessin.com.Eliezer Yudkowsky, "Pausing AI Developments Isn't Enough. We Need to Shut it All Down," Time, March 29, 2023.Emile Torres explains the acronym TESCREAL in a Twitter thread.Benjamin Todd and William MacAskill, "Is it ever OK to take a harmful job in order to do more good? An in-depth analysis," 80,000 Hours, March 26, 2023.William MacAskill, "The Case for Longtermism," The New York Times, August 5, 2022.Emile P. Torres, "Understanding “longertermism”: Why this suddenly influential philosophy is so toxic," Salon, August 20, 2022.Nick Bostrom, "Existential Risks," Journal of Evolution and Technology (2002).Nick Bostrom, "Astronomical Waste: The Opportunity Cost of Delayed Technological Development," Utilitas (2003).Emile P. Torres, "How Elon Musk sees the future: His bizarre sci-fi visions should concern us all," Salon, July 17, 2022.Support the show
A.M. Edition for May 16. There are now tentative signs of progress toward a deal that would raise the U.S. debt ceiling as President Biden and top lawmakers prepare to meet at the White House today. But as Journal editor Alex Frangos explains, the risk of a default is sparking concern in the markets, as Treasury holders worry they won't get some of their money back right away. Plus, the WSJ's Ruth Simon describes why America's small businesses are slowing hiring. And reporter Mike Colias discusses how automakers are getting into mining to meet EV demand. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
So Bad It's Good with Ryan Bailey
TUESDAY!! We have another great conversation for you today with one of my favorites! We have Emily Rose (@itsbecomeawholething) back on! She's the host of the excellent pop culture deep dive podcast It's Become A Whole Thing! Plus, she just released her new journal The Stuff I Hate Journal https://a.co/d/0ztQwch! I'm telling you you need this and you're going to love it! We talk about everything from Vanderpump to Taylor and Matty. It's a great talk. Before that we had breaking news as a new minute long clip just got released from the finale of Vanderpump Rules so of course i have to play that for you and talk about it! Hope you guys are having a great week! Timestamps 3:28-Show Notes/VPR FINALE CLIP 16:37-EMILY ROSE! -This week So Bad It's Good is sponsored by BetterHelp! Find more balance, with BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp.com/SOBAD today to get 10% off your first month. That's betterhelp.com/SOBAD. -Go sign up for the patreon for over 250 episodes NOT on the main feed! patreon.com/sobaditsgood Also, So Bad It's Good has merch now! Go to www.sobaditsgoodmerch.com to order yours TODAY! If you're enjoying the insane amount of blood, sweat and literal tears of this pod consider telling a friend or rating us 5 stars on iTunes! Special shoutout to Maritza Lopez (Insta: @maritza.gif) for all of her insanely hard work creating these beautiful pieces of art on my instagram and patreon page!! Instagram: @sobaditsgoodwithryanbailey, @ryanbailey25 Twitter:@ryanabailey25 TIKTOK @sobaditsgoodwithryanb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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What does it take to be the best in the world? Or maybe just better than yesterday? If anyone knows it's Cameron McCormick—Jordan Spieth's swing coach for the last 18 years and one of the game's most respected instructors. Host Tom Coyne recently paid McCormick a visit at his performance center at Trinity Forest Golf Club where they discussed the mindset of elite players, the power of forgiving yourself before a bad shot, Tom's personal Index Experiment and what 12-year-old Jordan Speith was like. Cameron McCormick: https://www.instagram.com/cmccormickgolf/ Tom Coyne: https://twitter.com/coynewriter The Golfer's Journal Podcast is made possible by member support. If you'd like to support the show, please consider becoming a member here: https://glfrsj.nl/Memberships The Golfer's Journal podcast is presented by Titleist
Today I'm sharing with you some of my own personal journal entries from 2007, 2008, and 2010. You're going to hear some of the things I tried, without success, in order to stop binge eating, what some of my binges looked like, and I'll also be commenting on what I wrote and sharing some tips for you. Get ready for some insight into past me, back when I used to binge eat. I have no doubt that you will resonate with some, or maybe all, of what I wrote back then. Interested in working with me? Go to http://www.coachkir.com/group to get all the information you need! Find show notes and more information at https://coachkir.com/250
The history of American democracy has always been fraught when it comes to race. Yet no matter how elusive it may be, Harvard Kennedy School professors Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Archon Fung say true multiracial democracy not only remains a worthy goal, but achieving it is critically important to our collective future. From the earliest, formative days of the American political experiment, the creation of laws and political structures was often less about achieving some Platonic ideal of the perfect democratic system than it was about finding tenuous compromises between people and groups who had very different beliefs and agendas when it came to the status of people of other races. Those tensions have been baked into our system ever since, and the history of the movement toward a true multi-racial democracy in the United States has been marked with conflict, progress, reaction, and regression—from the 3/5's Compromise to the Civil War to Jim Crow to the Civil Rights movement and on up to threats to democracy in our present day. Fung is a leading scholar of citizenship and self-governance and the faculty director of the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. Muhammad is a professor of history, race, and public policy and director of the Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project. He is also the former director of the New York Public Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the world's leading library and archive of global black history. They say that in our increasingly diverse and interconnected country and world, the question isn't whether or not to strive for a multiracial democracy, but, if you don't fully reckon with how race has shaped our system of governance, can you really have democracy at all?Archon Fung is the Winthrop Laflin McCormack Professor of Citizenship and Self-Government at the Harvard Kennedy School. His research explores policies, practices, and institutional designs that deepen the quality of democratic governance. He focuses upon public participation, deliberation, and transparency. He co-directs the Transparency Policy Project and leads democratic governance programs of the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Kennedy School. His books include Full Disclosure: The Perils and Promise of Transparency and Empowered Participation: Reinventing Urban Democracy. He has authored five books, four edited collections, and over fifty articles appearing in professional journals. He received two SBs — in philosophy and physics — and his PhD in political science from MIT.Khalil Gibran Muhammad is the Ford Foundation Professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School. He directs the Institutional Antiracism and Accountability Project and is the former Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, a division of the New York Public Library and the world's leading library and archive of global black history. Before leading the Schomburg Center, he was an associate professor at Indiana University. His scholarship examines the broad intersections of racism, economic inequality, criminal justice and democracy in U.S. history. He is co-editor of “Constructing the Carceral State,” a special issue of the Journal of American History, and the award-winning author of The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America. He is currently co-directing a National Academy of Sciences study on reducing racial inequalities in the criminal justice system. A native of Chicago's South Side, he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Economics in 1993, and earned his PhD in U.S. History from Rutgers University.Ralph Ranalli of the HKS Office of Public Affairs and Communications is the host, producer, and editor of HKS PolicyCast. A former journalist, public television producer, and entrepreneur, he holds an BA in Political Science from UCLA and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University.The co-producer of PolicyCast is Susan Hughes. Design and graphics support is provided by Lydia Rosenberg, Delane Meadows and the OCPA Design Team. Social media promotion and support is provided by Natalie Montaner and the OCPA Digital Team.
Guests: Dr. Bill Weiss, The Ohio State University and Dr. Corwin Nelson, University of FloridaJoining together for another Journal Club to discuss vitamin D as a lactation influence on dairy cows are dairy leaders and nutritional experts Dr. Bill Weiss and Dr. Corwin Nelson. Dr. Weiss, professor emeritus at The Ohio State University spent nearly 33 years of his career focused on dairy cattle nutrition and has published more than 140 journal articles. He began the conversation, introducing the article “Effect of prepartum source and amount of vitamin D supplementation on lactation performance of dairy cows” and mentioning Mike Piondexter as the first publishing author. 2:20Discussing the research study in depth was Dr. Corwin Nelson, Piondexter's advisor. He began by introducing the Journal of Dairy Science article, highlighting the nutritional effects of supplementing vitamin D and the connection between feeding two different forms. 6:15Dr. Nelson shared studies dating back to 1980 to indicate some vitamin D degradation. But added that most rations have between 30,000 to 50,000 units of vitamin D3 on top of basic international units. 9:40In the article, the abstract shows productive measures such as body weight and condition, dry matter intake and factors. However, Dr. Weiss mentioned the majority of research data derived from cows during their last few weeks of weaning. 13:21Dr. Nelson said that research also analyzed net energy between using colostrum and vitamin D, adding that feeding the 25-hydroxyvitamin D in the ration resulted in higher results of energy. 14:14When looking at energy corrected milk, Dr. Nelson said in about 42 days he's seen interaction between cows producing the most milk and the three milligrams per day of 25-hydroxyvitamin D supplementation. 19:01Anti-inflammatory is another mode of action vitamin D has shown to effectively decrease in cows with lower serum. In fact, three to four weeks is the optimum benefit when it comes to supplementing less than the elevated 25-hydroxyvitamin D recommendation. 32:55It was also mentioned that there may be a possible United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) grant opportunity to look at the long term effects of cow responses, maternal and neonatal vitamin D nutrition and a more focused approach to the immune system are all upcoming research modes of actions. 42:27Please subscribe and share with your industry friends to bring more people to join us around the Real Science Exchange virtual pub table. If you want one of our new Real Science Exchange t-shirts, screenshot your rating, review, or subscription, and email a picture to email@example.com. Include your size and mailing address, and we'll get a shirt in the mail to you.
Marc Perry was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He is the founder of BuiltLean, a fitness training program that helps men over 40 achieve optimal fitness. His own fat-to-fit journey garnered the attention of major media, and he has been featured in Men's Health, Men's Journal, and Business Week. We discussed his journey from corporate career to entrepreneur, the highest value skill anyone should learn, his most expensive mistake, why having the mindset is required before expecting to achieve results on a fitness journey, and how he helps clients lose between 10-30 lbs in only 12 weeks. In addition, we talked about how to plan eating while engaging in social situations and traveling, some of his favorite go-to meals, overcoming the temptations to snack and how to deal with it, and the benefits of cold showers. Finally, we discussed his BuiltLean coaching program and community, and his free guide that he gives away. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, or you can listen at Success Profiles Radio | Live Internet Talk Radio | Best Shows Podcasts (toginet.com)
Playing with Research in Health and Physical Education
I am going to do something a bit different. And, if this works, perhaps this is a good way to summarize some research for shorter podcasts. This podcast is going to utilize ChatPDF, which is an AI website… chatpdf.com It's fairly straightforward, you take a PDF, drag and drop it into the website, and then ask the AI questions about the article. I'll caution you at the start, if you use this, it DOES make errors. I know this since I used my own article and could fact check it as I prepared this podcast, with that said, it's a great tool to overview articles in my opinion IF you check the facts. I am using my own article today, here it is if you want to read it: To cite this article: Brian Dauenhauer, Pamela Kulinna, Risto Marttinen & Megan Babkes Stellino (2022) Before- and After-School Physical Activity: Programs and Best Practices, Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 93:5, 20-26, DOI: 10.1080/07303084.2022.2053474 Read it on ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/362007642_Before-_and_After-School_Physical_Activity_Programs_and_Best_Practices#fullTextFileContent To link to this article: https://doi.org/10.1080/07303084.2022.2053474 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pwrhpe/support
“some stuff that would suit my editor” [VALL] It's not that often that editor's door at The Baker Street Journal swings open. In fact, the last time it happened was at the turn of the century. But this January, Dan Andriacco, BSI ("St. Saviour's, Near King's Cross") was announced as the newest editor of the BSJ. Dan assumes the seat that Steve Rothman, BSI, 2s. ("The Valley of Fear") has aptly occupied for 23 years (hear our interview with Steve in Episode 221), but he is not alone. Dan has brought not only a cadre of people to fill various roles, but he has also brought a lifetime of writing and editing. What are Dan's priorities for the Journal? How will its pages change and possibly appeal to a wider audience? What can we expect in the next issue? And most importantly, what is the Christmas Annual about this year? The answers await. The Canonical Couplet is here for a chance to win BIG! If you submit a correct answer and we choose your name randomly chosen, you'll get a copy of Dan's very first issue of the BSJ. Send your answer to comment @ ihearofsherlock .com by May 29, 2023 at 11:59 a.m. EST. All listeners are eligible to play. If you become a , not only will you help to ensure we can keep doing what we do, covering file hosting costs, production, and transcription services, but we have thank-you gifts at certain tiers and ad-free versions of the episodes for all patrons. Sponsors is the premier publisher of books about Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle. is a publishing dynamo, with new titles every week. They're sure to have loads of options for your Sherlock Holmes-related needs. Would you care to advertise with us? You can find . Let's chat! Links This episode: (Dan's website) Contact the BSJ editor at bsj.editor @ gmail.com Previous Episodes mentioned (in order): Many more links, articles, and images are available in our Flipboard magazine at as well as through our accounts on , , , and . And would you consider leaving us a rating and review? It would help other Sherlockians to find us. Your thoughts on the show? Leave a comment below, send us an email (comment AT ihearofsherlock DOT com), call us at 5-1895-221B-5. That's (518) 952-2125.
In this episode, we discuss two topics, when and how to address fringe topics in the fitness space and the growing data in support of long muscle length partials for hypertrophy. In the former discussion, we discuss how science communicators are often in a difficult position when addressing such fringe ideas. When these beliefs are believed by small segments of the population - especially if they are potentially harmful - simply addressing them can potentially give them more legitimacy if not done right. Then we dive into “lengthened partials”, which only a couple of years ago would have been lumped in with the more common short muscle length partials you roll your eyes at in the gym all the time (think half squats). While formerly a fringe idea, the data continues to elucidate that this approach may have merit for hypertrophy. 00:00 Reviewing reviews: addressing the carnivore diet. Iron Culture Ep. 164- A Scientific Examination of the Carnivore Diet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K336B32efS0 40:15 Stretch-mediated hypertrophy and lengthened partials Ep. 189- Stretching & Range of Motion for Strength and Hypertrophy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFrO2UQoIBg Monthly Applications In Strength Sport http://www.strongerbyscience.com/mass/ Warneke 2023 Comparison of the effects of long-lasting static stretching and hypertrophy training on maximal strength, muscle thickness and flexibility in the plantar flexors https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37029826/ Kassiano 2023 Greater Gastrocnemius Muscle Hypertrophy After Partial Range of Motion Training Performed at Long Muscle Lengths https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37015016/ Schoenfeld 2020 Effects of range of motion on muscle development during resistance training interventions: A systematic review https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32030125/ Maeo 2021 Greater Hamstrings Muscle Hypertrophy but Similar Damage Protection after Training at Long versus Short Muscle Lengths https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33009197/ Goto 2019 Partial Range of Motion Exercise Is Effective for Facilitating Muscle Hypertrophy and Function Through Sustained Intramuscular Hypoxia in Young Trained Men https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31034463/ Werkhausen 2021 Adaptations to explosive resistance training with partial range of motion are not inferior to full range of motion https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33465838/ Pedrosa 2022 Partial range of motion training elicits favorable improvements in muscular adaptations when carried out at long muscle lengths https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33977835/ Wolf 2023 Partial Vs Full Range of Motion Resistance Training: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis https://journal.iusca.org/index.php/Journal/article/view/182 59:24 Applications of full RoM vs partials 1:16:26 How to standardize RoM in lengthened partials 1:26:58 Applicability to strength Kitai 1989 Specificity of joint angle in isometric training https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2737195/ 1:39:32 Eric's conclusions and closing out
Historically Thinking: Conversations about historical knowledge and how we achieve it
William Hunter was a radical advocate for American democracy. Born in New Brunswick, New Jersey, he was the founder of the second newspaper west of the Alleghenies, and the first newspaper editor to protest the Alien and Sedition Acts. Arguably a Jacksonian Democrat before Andrew Jackson first ran for president, Hunter served the Jackson Administration, and as a civil servant seven successive administrations. Yet that brief biography obscures his very interesting origins. For William Hunter had been born in New Brunswick, yes, but as the son of John Hunter of the 26th Regiment of the Line. For the first ten years of his life William followed his father as his peacetime service in British America became combat service in the rebellious territory of the new United States. Departing for Britain at age ten in 1778 when his sick father was detached for recruiting duties, William returned to the United States fifteen years later, his father dead, his mother and sister left behind. He was now a committed republican, arriving in Philadelphia in the midst of the yellow fever epidemic of 1793. He would never again travel back across the ocean, or see his mother and again. Gene Procknow describes the ups and downs, and twist and turns of William Hunter's eventful life in his new book William Hunter Finding Free Speech: A British Soldier's Son Who Became an Early American. Formerly a management consultant with a global consulting firm, Gene Procknow has become a careful historian of early American history; William Hunter is his first book. For Further Investigation Gene's website has some wonderful "behind the book" material Here's an article Gene wrote for the Journal of the American Revolution on different perspectives on the quartering of British soldiers in New Brunswick, NJ In the course of the episode, Gene referenced Don Hagist. Here's a conversation with Don about punishment in the British Army during the American Revolution; and here's a conversation with Don that ranges much more widely into the society and culture of the British Army that fought in America Since Dan Gullotta, friend of the show, used to do a podcast called Age of Jackson, we've tended to avoid American history from roughly 1815 to 1850. But here's an exception to the rule, a conversation about a no less radical Democrat than William Hunter, none other than Senator John C. Calhoun of South Carolina. John Zaborney, Slaves For Hire: Renting Enslaved Laborers in Antebellum Virginia
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