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    Teleforum
    State Constitutions and Individual Liberty: State or Federal Government as Primary Custodian of Individual Rights?

    Teleforum

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 61:25


    Join us for a discussion between David A. Carrillo, Christina Sandefur, and Robert F. Williams moderated by Braden Boucek on Thursday, June 23 at 4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT.The panelists will address the different purposes and rights guarantees within state constitutions and the federal constitution. What are the federalism implications of an increased focus on state constitutional rights, if that's really the trend? What does the map of states look like if some federal liberties roll back, and does the distribution depend on which rights roll back or expand. These topics and more will be explored by this excellent panel of knowledgeable state constitutional law experts.Featuring:David A. Carrillo, Lecturer in Residence and Executive Director, California Constitution Center, University of California, Berkeley, School of LawChristina Sandefur, Executive Vice President, Goldwater InstituteRobert F. Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law and Director, Center for State Constitutional Studies, Rutgers University of School of Law[Moderator] Braden Boucek, Director of Litigation, Southeastern Legal FoundationVisit our website – www.RegProject.org – to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.

    Jerusalem Studio
    Saudi Arabia reasserts its regional role – Jerusalem Studio

    Jerusalem Studio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 26:51


    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman went on a tour of Mideast capitals late last month, renewing his contacts with the leaders of Egypt, Jordan and Turkey. MBS, as he is known, was a favorite of the Trump administration, but was subsequently shunned by the Biden team – which frequently waves the flag of human rights as a pillar of the Administration's foreign policy – so-long as it conforms with Washington's strategic interests. Hence, in light of global shifts which altered strategic considerations, US President Joe Biden is forcing to bring MBS back in from the cold ahead of a regional Arab summit he will attend hosted by the House of Saud later this month. Panel: - Jonathan Hessen, Host. - Amir Oren, Editor at Large, Host of Watchmen Talk and Powers in Play. - Dr. Joshua Krasna, Lecturer on intelligence and Mideast security at NYU and Research Fellow at Moshe Dayan center at Tel Aviv University. - Prof. Efraim Inbar; President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security. Articles on the topic: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/saudi-prince-begins-regional-tour/ https://www.tv7israelnews.com/israel-us-qatar-saudis-reportedly-hold-secret-iran-talks/ https://www.tv7israelnews.com/saudi-prince-calls-israel-potential-ally/ You are welcome to join our audience and watch all of our programs - free of charge! TV7 Israel News: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/563/ Jerusalem Studio: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/18738/ TV7 Israel News Editor's Note: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76269/ TV7 Israel: Watchmen Talk: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/76256/ Jerusalem Prays: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/135790/ TV7's Times Observer: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/97531/ TV7's Middle East Review: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/997755/ My Brother's Keeper: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/53719/ This week in 60 seconds: https://www.tv7israelnews.com/vod/series/123456/ Those who wish can send prayer requests to TV7 Israel News in the following ways: Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Email: israelnews@tv7.fi Please be sure to mention your first name and country of residence. Any attached videos should not exceed 20 seconds in duration. #IsraelNews #tv7israelnews #newsupdates Rally behind our vision - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/donate/ To purchase TV7 Israel News merchandise: https://teespring.com/stores/tv7-israel-news-store Live view of Jerusalem - https://www.tv7israelnews.com/jerusalem-live-feed/ Visit our website - http://www.tv7israelnews.com/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/tv7israelnews Like TV7 Israel News on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/tv7israelnews Follow TV7 Israel News on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/tv7israelnews/ Follow TV7 Israel News on Twitter - https://twitter.com/tv7israelnews

    Local Matters
    Bob Bell & TTU's Governor's School for Business, Innovation & Technology

    Local Matters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 34:04


    Bob Bell sits down with Susan Wells, Lecturer at the Tennessee Tech University College of Business, and Director of the Governor's School for Business, Innovation & Technology at TTU, and Caleb McNamee, Assistant Director of the Governor's School. They discuss their respective backgrounds, Susan's recent Outstanding Service Award, the curriculum that students encounter, the "Wings Up Wednesday" event where TTU alumni come back to talk with students, as well as some of the accomplishments and jobs the attendants of the Governor's School go on to do. Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart.

    The Roundtable
    7/5/22 RT Panel

    The Roundtable

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 79:39


    The Roundtable Panel: a daily open discussion of issues in the news and beyond. Today's panelists are WAMC's Alan Chartock, investigative journalist and adjunct professor at RPI Rosemary Armao, Chief of Staff and Vice President for Strategy and Policy at Bard College Malia DuMont, and Lecturer and Adjunct Professor in Communications for SUNY New Paltz and RPI Terry Gipson.

    Upstream
    The Problem with Economic Thinking with Jonathan Aldred and Elizabeth Popp Berman (In Conversation)

    Upstream

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 78:09


    The logic of orthodox economic thinking has come to dominate and permeate every aspect of our lives, from the deeply internalized capitalism which shapes our thoughts and hopes and dreams, to policy decisions that shape our lives, constrain our possibilities, and steal public goods out from under our noses. How did we get here? How did economic rigidity gain such supremacy? Are the principles of orthodox economics really value neutral, as its champions claim? And if not, what moral philosophies underpin them? What are their origins? And how have they come to dominate policymaking in the last several decades? In the first half of this Conversation, we've brought on Jonathan Aldred, a Fellow and Director of Studies in Economics at Emmanuel College, Lecturer in the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, and author of the book License to be Bad: How Economics Corrupted Us. Jonathan will walk us through the philosophical foundations of orthodox and neoliberal economics. And then in the second half we've brought on Elizabeth Popp Berman, an economic sociologist, associate professor of organizational studies at the University of Michigan, and author of the book Thinking like an Economist: How Efficiency Replaced Equality in U.S. Public Policy. We'll talk with Elizabeth about the policy implications of dogmatic economic thinking. Thank you to Galaxie 500 for the intermission music in this episode. Upstream theme music was composed by Robert Raymond. Support for this episode was provided by the Guerrilla Foundation and by listeners like you. Upstream is a labor of love — we couldn't keep this project going without the generosity of our listeners and fans. Please consider chipping in a one-time or recurring donation at www.upstreampodcast.org/support Also, if your organization wants to sponsor one of our upcoming episodes, we have a number of sponsorship packages available. Find out more at upstreampodcast.org/sponsorship For more from Upstream, visit www.upstreampodcast.org and follow us on social media: twitter.com/UpstreamPodcast Instagram.com/upstreampodcast You can also subscribe to us on Apple Podcast and Spotify: Apple Podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/upst…am/id1082594532 Spotify: spoti.fi/2AryXHs

    Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
    WHO IS HE? Tot Boy Found Dead in Fabulous Vegas Suitcase

    Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 41:42


    Investigators say the little boy found inside a suitcase in rural Indiana died from an electrolyte imbalance. The medical examiner says that the imbalance was most likely due to a “viral gastroenteritis” caused by excessive vomiting or diarrhea. State police are still working to identify the boy, believed to be about 5 years old.  Toxicology tests came back negative and the boy had no severe injuries. Police do not believe the boy was alive when he was placed inside the suitcase.  A mushroom hunter found the hardshell suitcase,  which features the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign.  The little boy is described as just under 4 feet tall and about 40 pounds, with a slim build and a short haircut. Indiana State Police have set up a national tip line at (888) 437-6432.   Joining Nancy Grace today: Kathryn Marsh - Special Victims Liaison for the State's Attorney's Office (Charles County, MD), Co-Founder: Right Response Consulting, "No Grey Zone" Podcast", RightResponseConsulting.com, Instagram/Twitter: @nogreyzoneRRC   Dr. Alan Blotcky PhD - Clinical and Forensic Psychologist (Birmingham, AL) specializing in Criminal, Child Custody and Abuse, Clinical Associate Professor at University of Alabama at Birmingham   Karen L. Smith - Forensic Expert (Los Angeles, CA),  Lecturer at the University of Florida, Host of Shattered Souls Podcast, @KarensForensic, barebonesforensic.com   Dr. Michelle DuPre - Former Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner and Detective: Lexington County Sheriff's Department, Author: "Homicide Investigation Field Guide" & "Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide", Forensic Consultant, DMichelleDupreMD.com  Max Lewis - Reporter, FOX59 (Indianapolis), Twitter/Instagram: @MaxLewisTV, Facebook.com/MaxLewisTV   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Today with Claire Byrne
    Confusion persists in US following Roe V Wade decision

    Today with Claire Byrne

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 15:08


    Dr Deshawn Taylor, Larry Donnelly, Lecturer in Law, NUI Galway

    RTÉ - The Late Debate
    Thursday 30th June

    RTÉ - The Late Debate

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 53:23


    Kate O'Connell, Pharmacist & former Fine Gael TD; Gerard Howlin, Public Affairs consultant and columnist with The Sunday Times; Kevin Cunningham, Lecturer in Politics TU Dublin and founder Ireland Thinks; Theresa Reidy, Political Scientist in the Department of Government at UCC

    SDA Bocconi Insight
    The New Kid in Town: Investigating Virtual Stakeholder Mobilizations

    SDA Bocconi Insight

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 14:13


    In this podcast, Roya Derakhshan, Lecturer in Project Management at SDA Bocconi, tells us about the main characteristics of digital stakeholder mobilization through the use of social media. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Hospitality Mavericks Podcast
    #165 Anthony “Tas” Tasgal, Author and Speaker, on Telling Stories Your Way

    Hospitality Mavericks Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:27


    Many companies are communicating 30 - 40 years out of date. But by bringing more emotion and humanness to your language, your company's values and ‘soul' can be brought to the center stage. To learn more about telling stories, I am joined by Anthony Tasgal – Trainer, Author, Speaker, Strategist and Lecturer.   In this conversation, Tas talks candidly about what drew him to the art of storytelling and what we can learn from some of the great masters of communication like Pericles and Nelson Mandela. We also explore the power of personality, the problems with business cliches and jargon, the ‘Pratfall' Effect, and some of his practical tricks of storytelling that you can start with today. Links: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F3Z6V25/ (‘The Inspiratorium' by Anthony Tasgal) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087D4D6W3/ (‘InCitations' by Anthony Tasgal) https://www.amazon.com/Storytelling-Workbook-nine-week-programme-Workbooks/dp/1912555972/ (‘The Storytelling Workbook' by Anthony Tasgal) https://www.amazon.com/War-Against-Cliche-Reviews-1971-2000/dp/0375727167/r (‘The War Against Cliche' by Martin Amis) https://www.hospitalitymavericks.com/122-tom-barton-co-founder-of-honest-burgers-on-leading-by-example/ (#122 Tom Barton, co-founder of Honest Burgers, on Leading by Example) https://homegrownclub.co.uk/ (Home Grown Cub) https://www.amazon.com/Into-Woods-Five-Act-Journey-Story/dp/1468310941 (‘Into the Woods' book by John Yorke) https://www.amazon.com/Nudge-Improving-Decisions-Health-Happiness/dp/014311526X (‘Nudge' by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein) https://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Fast-Slow-Daniel-Kahneman-ebook/dp/B005MJFA2W/ (‘Thinking, Fast and Slow' by Daniel Kahneman) https://www.hospitalitymavericks.com/113-carlijn-postma-founder-of-the-post-on-binge-marketing/ (#113 Carlijn Postma, Founder of The Post, on Binge Marketing)] https://uk.linkedin.com/in/tastasgal (Connect with Tas on LinkedIn) https://www.theguardian.com/guardian-masterclasses/2022/feb/25/harness-the-power-of-storytelling-to-transform-your-communications (Harness the power of storytelling to transform your communications – Guardian Masterclass) Connect with the podcast: https://colossal-designer-2784.ck.page/40ada1483a (Join the Hospitality Mavericks newsletter): https://rb.gy/5rqyeq (https://rb.gy/5rqyeq)   A big thank you to our sponsor Bizimply who are helping progressive leaders and operators making every shift run like clockwork. Head to our website at https://www.bizimply.com/?utm_source=partner&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=mavericks (www.bizimply.com) or email them directly at advice@bizimply.com. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

    High Theory
    Teletherapy

    High Theory

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 18:06


    Hannah Zeavin talks about teletherapy, from Freud's letters to suicide hotlines to therapy apps. If therapy is always mediated, teletherapy is any form of therapy in which that mediation is more clearly legible. This mediated practice is the topic of her new book The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy (MIT Press, 2021). Hannah is a Lecturer in the departments of English and History at UC Berkeley, where she is affiliated with the Berkeley Center for Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society, and she is a visiting fellow at Columbia University Center for the Study of Social Difference. She is currently at work on a second book project, about technology in the American family, called Mother's Little Helpers, also with MIT Press. You can learn more about Hannah's research and teaching on her website: zeavin.org Image: adapted from a 1912 advertisement of the Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Co. Music used in promotional material: ‘A Better Normal' by Ian Sutherland Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    New Books Network
    Teletherapy

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 18:06


    Hannah Zeavin talks about teletherapy, from Freud's letters to suicide hotlines to therapy apps. If therapy is always mediated, teletherapy is any form of therapy in which that mediation is more clearly legible. This mediated practice is the topic of her new book The Distance Cure: A History of Teletherapy (MIT Press, 2021). Hannah is a Lecturer in the departments of English and History at UC Berkeley, where she is affiliated with the Berkeley Center for Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society, and she is a visiting fellow at Columbia University Center for the Study of Social Difference. She is currently at work on a second book project, about technology in the American family, called Mother's Little Helpers, also with MIT Press. You can learn more about Hannah's research and teaching on her website: zeavin.org Image: adapted from a 1912 advertisement of the Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Co. Music used in promotional material: ‘A Better Normal' by Ian Sutherland 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

    Today with Claire Byrne
    What are the best cooking oils?

    Today with Claire Byrne

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 15:21


    Agnes Bouchier-Hayes, Home Economist and Lecturer in TUS- Mid West

    Today with Claire Byrne
    January 6th hearings: Donald Trump and the Capitol attack

    Today with Claire Byrne

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 11:27


    New Books Network
    Gina Louise Hunter, "Edible Insects: A Global History" (2021)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:42


    From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2021) provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. Edible Insects is part of the Edible Series published by Reaktion Books. It is a revolutionary series of books on food and drink which explores the rich history of man's consumption. Each book provides an outline for one type of food or drink, revealing its history and culture on a global scale. 50 striking illustrations, with approximately 25 in colour, accompany these engaging and accessible texts, and offer intriguing new insights into their subject. Key recipes as well as reference material accompany each title. Also available through The University of Chicago Press. See our other episodes on Edible Series: Avocado by Jeff Miller Coffee by Jonathan Morris Vanilla by Rosa Abreu-Runkel Mustard by Demet Güzey Saffron by Ramin Ganeshram Tomato by Clarissa Hyman More episodes from this series to come… Dr. Gina Hunter is Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Illinois State University. She has published research on women's reproductive health, foodways and food systems, the ethnography of the university, and pedagogy and research methods. At Illinois State, she is director of the Office of Student Research, co-Director of the Food Studies Minor, and is affiliated with the Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program. Her regional specialty is Brazil and has twice led a study abroad program in Brazil.  Amir Sayadabdi is Lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. 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 Food
    Gina Louise Hunter, "Edible Insects: A Global History" (2021)

    New Books in Food

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:42


    From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2021) provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. Edible Insects is part of the Edible Series published by Reaktion Books. It is a revolutionary series of books on food and drink which explores the rich history of man's consumption. Each book provides an outline for one type of food or drink, revealing its history and culture on a global scale. 50 striking illustrations, with approximately 25 in colour, accompany these engaging and accessible texts, and offer intriguing new insights into their subject. Key recipes as well as reference material accompany each title. Also available through The University of Chicago Press. See our other episodes on Edible Series: Avocado by Jeff Miller Coffee by Jonathan Morris Vanilla by Rosa Abreu-Runkel Mustard by Demet Güzey Saffron by Ramin Ganeshram Tomato by Clarissa Hyman More episodes from this series to come… Dr. Gina Hunter is Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Illinois State University. She has published research on women's reproductive health, foodways and food systems, the ethnography of the university, and pedagogy and research methods. At Illinois State, she is director of the Office of Student Research, co-Director of the Food Studies Minor, and is affiliated with the Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program. Her regional specialty is Brazil and has twice led a study abroad program in Brazil.  Amir Sayadabdi is Lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/food

    New Books in History
    Gina Louise Hunter, "Edible Insects: A Global History" (2021)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:42


    From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2021) provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. Edible Insects is part of the Edible Series published by Reaktion Books. It is a revolutionary series of books on food and drink which explores the rich history of man's consumption. Each book provides an outline for one type of food or drink, revealing its history and culture on a global scale. 50 striking illustrations, with approximately 25 in colour, accompany these engaging and accessible texts, and offer intriguing new insights into their subject. Key recipes as well as reference material accompany each title. Also available through The University of Chicago Press. See our other episodes on Edible Series: Avocado by Jeff Miller Coffee by Jonathan Morris Vanilla by Rosa Abreu-Runkel Mustard by Demet Güzey Saffron by Ramin Ganeshram Tomato by Clarissa Hyman More episodes from this series to come… Dr. Gina Hunter is Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Illinois State University. She has published research on women's reproductive health, foodways and food systems, the ethnography of the university, and pedagogy and research methods. At Illinois State, she is director of the Office of Student Research, co-Director of the Food Studies Minor, and is affiliated with the Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program. Her regional specialty is Brazil and has twice led a study abroad program in Brazil.  Amir Sayadabdi is Lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. 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 World Affairs
    Gina Louise Hunter, "Edible Insects: A Global History" (2021)

    New Books in World Affairs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:42


    From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2021) provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. Edible Insects is part of the Edible Series published by Reaktion Books. It is a revolutionary series of books on food and drink which explores the rich history of man's consumption. Each book provides an outline for one type of food or drink, revealing its history and culture on a global scale. 50 striking illustrations, with approximately 25 in colour, accompany these engaging and accessible texts, and offer intriguing new insights into their subject. Key recipes as well as reference material accompany each title. Also available through The University of Chicago Press. See our other episodes on Edible Series: Avocado by Jeff Miller Coffee by Jonathan Morris Vanilla by Rosa Abreu-Runkel Mustard by Demet Güzey Saffron by Ramin Ganeshram Tomato by Clarissa Hyman More episodes from this series to come… Dr. Gina Hunter is Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Illinois State University. She has published research on women's reproductive health, foodways and food systems, the ethnography of the university, and pedagogy and research methods. At Illinois State, she is director of the Office of Student Research, co-Director of the Food Studies Minor, and is affiliated with the Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program. Her regional specialty is Brazil and has twice led a study abroad program in Brazil.  Amir Sayadabdi is Lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

    New Books in Anthropology
    Gina Louise Hunter, "Edible Insects: A Global History" (2021)

    New Books in Anthropology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:42


    From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History (Reaktion Books, 2021) provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. From grasshoppers to grubs, an eye-opening look at insect cuisine around the world. An estimated two billion people worldwide regularly consume insects, yet bugs are rarely eaten in the West. Why are some disgusted at the thought of eating insects while others find them delicious? Edible Insects: A Global History provides a broad introduction to the role of insects as human food, from our prehistoric past to current food trends—and even recipes. On the menu are beetles, butterflies, grasshoppers, and grubs of many kinds, with stories that highlight traditional methods of insect collection, preparation, consumption, and preservation. But we not only encounter the culinary uses of creepy-crawlies across many cultures. We also learn of the potential of insects to alleviate global food shortages and natural resource overexploitation, as well as the role of world-class chefs in making insects palatable to consumers in the West. Edible Insects is part of the Edible Series published by Reaktion Books. It is a revolutionary series of books on food and drink which explores the rich history of man's consumption. Each book provides an outline for one type of food or drink, revealing its history and culture on a global scale. 50 striking illustrations, with approximately 25 in colour, accompany these engaging and accessible texts, and offer intriguing new insights into their subject. Key recipes as well as reference material accompany each title. Also available through The University of Chicago Press. See our other episodes on Edible Series: Avocado by Jeff Miller Coffee by Jonathan Morris Vanilla by Rosa Abreu-Runkel Mustard by Demet Güzey Saffron by Ramin Ganeshram Tomato by Clarissa Hyman More episodes from this series to come… Dr. Gina Hunter is Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Illinois State University. She has published research on women's reproductive health, foodways and food systems, the ethnography of the university, and pedagogy and research methods. At Illinois State, she is director of the Office of Student Research, co-Director of the Food Studies Minor, and is affiliated with the Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program. Her regional specialty is Brazil and has twice led a study abroad program in Brazil.  Amir Sayadabdi is Lecturer in Anthropology at Victoria University of Wellington. He is mainly interested in anthropology of food and its intersection with gender studies, migration studies, and studies of race, ethnicity, and nationalism. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

    Creating a Family: Talk about Infertility, Adoption & Foster Care

    How can white parents raise anti-racist children in this time of violence against people of color and protests. We talk with Dr. Ann Hazzard, a clinical child psychologist who was on the faculty at Emory University in Atlanta and co-author of Something Happened in Our Town:  A Child's Story about Racial Injustice; and Dr. Joy Harris, a Full-time Lecturer at Princeton Theological Seminary and co-author of The ABCs of Diversity: Helping Kids (and Ourselves!) Embrace Our Differences.In this episode, we cover:Embrace Race.org. Founded by black and mixed race parents to provide resources for raising black children.One Talk at a Time https://www.caminoslab.org/onetalk Providing support for Latinx American, Asian American, African American, and Black youth and their families to have conversations about race and ethnicity. They have a separate section for Black, Asian, and Latinx parents.What is the difference between not being a racist and being anti-racist?What is wrong with saying and believing any of the following: "love will conquer all", “we are all one race-the human race", and “colorblind is best”.Tip 1. Talk about RaceRacism thrives in silence. Why are many white parents silent on raise in general and within our families?When do children start recognizes racial differences?When should white parents start talking to their kids about race?How to start the conversation? Fantastic resources:Diverse Book Finder https://diversebookfinder.org/books/The Brown Bookshelf highlights Black voices writing for young readers.The Conscious Kid https://www.theconsciouskid.org/  Tip 2: Acknowledging & Celebrating Racial DiversityWhy is it important to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?How to acknowledge and celebrate racial diversity?Tip 3: Recognize systemic/institutionalized racism and white privilegeWhat do we mean by systemic racism?What do we mean by white privilege?How early do kids start defaulting that things associated with being white are better than being black?How can parents address institutionalize racism with their children who will likely benefit from it?How do we help teach our kids to understand power inequity so they can name it, unpack it, and dismantle it when it happens in the real world.Tip 4: Talk about Violence Against People of Color and the Protests/ResistanceSomething Happened in Our Town:  A Child's Story about Racial Injustice How much should we share with our children? At what age should we talk with them about these hard topics or is it better to shield them from such “grown up” problems?Talk about How People Make Change in a democracy.Not a one-time conversation. Appropriate conversation for age and developmental level. Should young children watch the news and videos. This podcast is produced  by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on Support the show

    The Bunker
    Fact Fashion: What Happens to the Clothes You Return?

    The Bunker

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 41:44


    The rise of online clothes shopping has also led to the rise of the return. What actually happens to the items we send back? In the last year, 51% of British shoppers sent back items they purchased online - but these goods don't always end up back on the shelves. Jelena Sofronijevic talks to Dana Thomas, European Sustainability Editor at British Vogue, host of The Green Dream with Dana Thomas, and author of Fashionopolis, and Dr Mark Sumner, Lecturer in Sustainable Fashion at the University of Leeds. “Fast fashion is like fast food. We consume it quickly, then we're hungry for more.” - Dana Thomas “Most brands work hard to get clothes refurbished and back on sale.” - Mark Sumner  “Just because it's more expensive, doesn't mean it's more sustainable.” - Mark Sumner “I'm an advocate of fast fashion - which might seem perverse, as a sustainability lecturer.” - Mark Sumner “There is a whole generation of fashion brands that are strictly online.” – Dana Thomas “Luxury brands will try and retain exclusivity by burning stock, by throwing stock away, ensuring nobody can use those returns.” – Mark Sumner For more, listen to The Bunker Daily: Wild Wild Waste — How the West litters the world with Ruth Michaelson.  https://www.patreon.com/bunkercast Presented and produced by Jelena Sofronijevic. Music by Kenny Dickinson. Audio production by Jade Bailey. Lead Producer: Jacob Jarvis. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fashionopolis-Price-Fashion-Future-Clothes/dp/1789546060  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    RTP's Free Lunch Podcast
    Deep Dive 225 – State Constitutions and Individual Liberty: State or Federal Government as Primary Custodian of Individual Rights?

    RTP's Free Lunch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 62:41


    On June 23, 2022, David A. Carrillo, Christina Sandefur, Robert F. Williams and moderator Braden Boucek joined us to debate the different purposes and rights guarantees within state constitutions and the federal constitution. What are the federalism implications of an increased focus on state constitutional rights, if that's really the trend? What does the map of states look like if some federal liberties roll back, and does the distribution depend on which rights roll back or expand. These topics and more were explored by this excellent panel of knowledgeable state constitutional law experts.Featuring:- David A. Carrillo, Lecturer in Residence and Executive Director, California Constitution Center, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law- Christina Sandefur, Executive Vice President, Goldwater Institute- Robert F. Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law and Director, Center for State Constitutional Studies, Rutgers University of School of Law- [Moderator] Braden Boucek, Director of Litigation, Southeastern Legal FoundationVisit our website – www.RegProject.org – to learn more, view all of our content, and connect with us on social media.

    Outcomes Rocket
    The Keys to Nurse Innovation with Nir Rosenberg, Plastic Surgeon at Maccabi Healthcare Services Mohs Surgeon & Lecturer at School of Nursing Healthcare Entrepreneur

    Outcomes Rocket

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 23:12


    Have you ever wondered how nurse innovation is occurring in another country? This episode features someone from Israel that has a great sneak peek about this topic! This week's guest on the SONSIEL Podcast is a plastic surgeon that loves to mix the human and the scientific sides of healthcare in his practice; Dr. Nir Rosenberg is with us all the way from Israel! Besides being a board-certified surgeon, Dr. Rosenberg also teaches nursing students where he instills his passion onto them. Nir chats about the nurse-physician relationship and how they should do everything as a team. Through the creation of courses and proposals for existing hospitals, Dr. Rosenberg is introducing nurse innovation to Israel. Finally, Nir leads everything in life with three key things: passion, persistence, and enthusiasm. Tune in to this episode to have another perspective on nursing innovation around the world. You will be delighted with what Nir Rosenberg is doing to propel nursing innovation in Israel! Click this link for the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

    Revelations Radio Network
    TMR 283 : Dr Piers Robinson : Cock-up or Conspiracy? Understanding COVID-19 as a "Structural Deep Event"

    Revelations Radio Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


    "The stakes could not be higher, and it has never been more essential to seriously engage with uncomfortable possibilities – even if that means interrogating explanations that move beyond reducing what we are all experiencing to blunder and incompetence."—Dr Piers Robinson We welcome to the programme Dr Piers Robinson—co-director of the Organisation for Propaganda Studies—for an in-depth interview on his recent article: "Cock-up or Conspiracy? Understanding COVID-19 as a ‘Structural Deep Event' ". As debate over "The Science" has intensified, increasing numbers of people are coming to question the Covid-19 Event. What best explains the often bizarre, and sometimes frightening, responses by authorities over the last two and a half years? Irrational panic by well-intentioned but incompetent politicians and health experts? Profiteering and power seeking by corporate and political vested interests? Or might we be looking at something more—a "structural deep event"—in which globally powerful actors might have harnessed (or even instigated) the Covid-19 Event in order to drive deep structural changes in society? Arguing that all possible explanations need to remain firmly on the table, Dr Robinson appeals to all thinking people to ask such difficult and uncomfortable questions, because to understand the past and the present is to guard the future and "the stakes could not be higher". Dr Piers Robinson is a co-director of the Organisation for Propaganda Studies and was Chair/Professor in Politics, Society and Political Journalism, University of Sheffield, 2016-2019, Senior Lecturer in International Politics (University of Manchester 2010-2016) and Lecturer in Political Communication (University of Liverpool, 1999-2005). He researches and writes on propaganda, media, international politics and conflict. [For show notes please visit https://themindrenewed.com]

    The Mind Renewed : Thinking Christianly in a New World Order
    TMR 283 : Dr Piers Robinson : Cock-up or Conspiracy? Understanding COVID-19 as a "Structural Deep Event"

    The Mind Renewed : Thinking Christianly in a New World Order

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 85:18


    "The stakes could not be higher, and it has never been more essential to seriously engage with uncomfortable possibilities – even if that means interrogating explanations that move beyond reducing what we are all experiencing to blunder and incompetence."—Dr Piers Robinson We welcome to the programme Dr Piers Robinson—co-director of the Organisation for Propaganda Studies—for an in-depth interview on his recent article: "Cock-up or Conspiracy? Understanding COVID-19 as a ‘Structural Deep Event' ". As debate over "The Science" has intensified, increasing numbers of people are coming to question the Covid-19 Event. What best explains the often bizarre, and sometimes frightening, responses by authorities over the last two and a half years? Irrational panic by well-intentioned but incompetent politicians and health experts? Profiteering and power seeking by corporate and political vested interests? Or might we be looking at something more—a "structural deep event"—in which globally powerful actors might have harnessed (or even instigated) the Covid-19 Event in order to drive deep structural changes in society? Arguing that all possible explanations need to remain firmly on the table, Dr Robinson appeals to all thinking people to ask such difficult and uncomfortable questions, because to understand the past and the present is to guard the future and "the stakes could not be higher". Dr Piers Robinson is a co-director of the Organisation for Propaganda Studies and was Chair/Professor in Politics, Society and Political Journalism, University of Sheffield, 2016-2019, Senior Lecturer in International Politics (University of Manchester 2010-2016) and Lecturer in Political Communication (University of Liverpool, 1999-2005). He researches and writes on propaganda, media, international politics and conflict. [For show notes please visit https://themindrenewed.com]

    The Mind Renewed : Thinking Christianly in a New World Order
    TMR 283 : Dr Piers Robinson : Cock-up or Conspiracy? Understanding COVID-19 as a "Structural Deep Event"

    The Mind Renewed : Thinking Christianly in a New World Order

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 85:18


    "The stakes could not be higher, and it has never been more essential to seriously engage with uncomfortable possibilities – even if that means interrogating explanations that move beyond reducing what we are all experiencing to blunder and incompetence."—Dr Piers Robinson We welcome to the programme Dr Piers Robinson—co-director of the Organisation for Propaganda Studies—for an in-depth interview on his recent article: "Cock-up or Conspiracy? Understanding COVID-19 as a ‘Structural Deep Event' ". As debate over "The Science" has intensified, increasing numbers of people are coming to question the Covid-19 Event. What best explains the often bizarre, and sometimes frightening, responses by authorities over the last two and a half years? Irrational panic by well-intentioned but incompetent politicians and health experts? Profiteering and power seeking by corporate and political vested interests? Or might we be looking at something more—a "structural deep event"—in which globally powerful actors might have harnessed (or even instigated) the Covid-19 Event in order to drive deep structural changes in society? Arguing that all possible explanations need to remain firmly on the table, Dr Robinson appeals to all thinking people to ask such difficult and uncomfortable questions, because to understand the past and the present is to guard the future and "the stakes could not be higher". Dr Piers Robinson is a co-director of the Organisation for Propaganda Studies and was Chair/Professor in Politics, Society and Political Journalism, University of Sheffield, 2016-2019, Senior Lecturer in International Politics (University of Manchester 2010-2016) and Lecturer in Political Communication (University of Liverpool, 1999-2005). He researches and writes on propaganda, media, international politics and conflict. [For show notes please visit https://themindrenewed.com]

    RNZ: Nine To Noon
    Efforts underway to establish Long Covid clinic

    RNZ: Nine To Noon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 14:10


    There are growing calls for a long covid research clinic in New Zealand, with experts saying upskilling the health workforce is vital. Otago University has begun preliminary work towards the possible establishment of a multi-disciplinary clinic, to help people who've had Covid who are still battling with ongoing symptoms such as breathing issues. Cardio-respiratory physiotherapist, Dr Sarah Rhodes, who is a Lecturer at the University of Otago's School of Physiotherapy and Secretary of the Physiotherapy New Zealand Cardio-Respiratory Special Interest Group says conservative estimates suggest one 10 people who experience an acute Covid infection will go on to develop persistent symptoms such as extreme tiredness and breathlessness. She hopes a long covid clinic will be up and running in six months. Physiotherapist Dr Tania Clifton-Smith specialises in breathing pattern disorders, and she stresses the vital role physio plays in the treatment and recovery of people Long Covid.

    In The Moment Podcast
    141. Max Holleran with Marcus Harrison Green: Millennials and the Fight for Affordable Housing

    In The Moment Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:45


    It's no secret that housing costs are climbing and income is struggling to keep up. It's a complex problem with a lot of loud voices. One of the newest voices, however, is the YIMBY (“Yes In My Backyard”) movement. This growing number of influential activists are calling for more construction and denser cities in order to increase affordability. Max Holleran's book, Yes to the City, offers an in-depth look at the movement and how it fits into the larger debate of how we shape where we live. From YIMBY's origins in San Francisco to its current group of activists pushing for new apartment towers in places like Boulder, Austin, and London, Holleran explores how changing the way we look at urban density can make an impact. Once blamed for overpopulated slums, urban density has become a rallying cry for millennial activists locked out of housing markets and simultaneously unable to pay high rents. For many, the YIMBY movement has become a way forward. Yet, with many points of view and powers at play in this fast-changing public debate, there is much tension between activists and proponents of other housing movements. In this installment of Town Hall's In the Moment podcast, Marcus Harrison Green talks with Holleran about the current state of the housing movement, the history that got us here, and how both might shape the future of where we live. Max Holleran is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Melbourne. His work focuses on urban development in Europe and the United States, particularly how cities manage tourism. He has written about gentrification, architectural aesthetics, post-socialist urban planning, and European Union integration for anthropology, sociology, geography, and history journals. His work on cities and politics has also appeared in Australian Book Review, Boston Review, Contexts, Dissent, Slate, and many other publications. He is currently an Urban Studies Foundation research fellow. He is the author of Tourism, Urbanization, and the Evolving Periphery of the European Union. Marcus Harrison Green is the publisher of the South Seattle Emerald and a columnist with The Seattle Times. Growing up in South Seattle, he experienced first-hand the impact of one-dimensional stories on marginalized communities, which taught him the value of authentic narratives. After an unfulfilling stint in the investment world during his twenties, Marcus returned to his community with a newfound purpose of telling stories with nuance, complexity, and multidimensionality with the hope of advancing social change. This led him to become a writer and found the South Seattle Emerald. He was awarded the Seattle Human Rights Commissions' Individual Human Rights Leader Award for 2020. Buy the Book—Yes to the City: Millennials and the Fight for Affordable Housing  Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

    In The Moment podcast
    141. Max Holleran with Marcus Harrison Green: Millennials and the Fight for Affordable Housing

    In The Moment podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:45


    It's no secret that housing costs are climbing and income is struggling to keep up. It's a complex problem with a lot of loud voices. One of the newest voices, however, is the YIMBY (“Yes In My Backyard”) movement. This growing number of influential activists are calling for more construction and denser cities in order to increase affordability. Max Holleran's book, Yes to the City, offers an in-depth look at the movement and how it fits into the larger debate of how we shape where we live. From YIMBY's origins in San Francisco to its current group of activists pushing for new apartment towers in places like Boulder, Austin, and London, Holleran explores how changing the way we look at urban density can make an impact. Once blamed for overpopulated slums, urban density has become a rallying cry for millennial activists locked out of housing markets and simultaneously unable to pay high rents. For many, the YIMBY movement has become a way forward. Yet, with many points of view and powers at play in this fast-changing public debate, there is much tension between activists and proponents of other housing movements. In this installment of Town Hall's In the Moment podcast, Marcus Harrison Green talks with Holleran about the current state of the housing movement, the history that got us here, and how both might shape the future of where we live. Max Holleran is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Melbourne. His work focuses on urban development in Europe and the United States, particularly how cities manage tourism. He has written about gentrification, architectural aesthetics, post-socialist urban planning, and European Union integration for anthropology, sociology, geography, and history journals. His work on cities and politics has also appeared in Australian Book Review, Boston Review, Contexts, Dissent, Slate, and many other publications. He is currently an Urban Studies Foundation research fellow. He is the author of Tourism, Urbanization, and the Evolving Periphery of the European Union. Marcus Harrison Green is the publisher of the South Seattle Emerald and a columnist with The Seattle Times. Growing up in South Seattle, he experienced first-hand the impact of one-dimensional stories on marginalized communities, which taught him the value of authentic narratives. After an unfulfilling stint in the investment world during his twenties, Marcus returned to his community with a newfound purpose of telling stories with nuance, complexity, and multidimensionality with the hope of advancing social change. This led him to become a writer and found the South Seattle Emerald. He was awarded the Seattle Human Rights Commissions' Individual Human Rights Leader Award for 2020. Buy the Book—Yes to the City: Millennials and the Fight for Affordable Housing  Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

    Roy Green Show
    Today's Podcast June 25th, Features: Tim Mills, fmr. RCMP N.S. tactical team leader. Suffered 'abuse' from snr officers after the mass shootings, Pierre Poilievre on decisions he will take for Canada if PM, Economics snr lecturer at Concordia, Moshe La

    Roy Green Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 42:28


    Roy Green Show
    Economics snr lecturer at Concordia, Moshe Lander. Inflation, interest rate, markets and energy

    Roy Green Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 9:01


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    Wake Island Broadcast
    Dr Megen de Bruin-Molé on Monster Mashups and Frankenfictions

    Wake Island Broadcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 67:44


    Dr Megen de Bruin-Molé is a Lecturer in Digital Media Practice with the University of Southampton. She specialises in ‘monstrous' historical fiction, adaptation, and contemporary remix culture, and she is currently interested in the digital afterlives and appropriations of historical archives and ephemera. Her book Gothic Remixed: Monster Mashups and Frankenfictions in 21st-Century Culture (Bloomsbury 2020) examines remix culture through the lens of monster studies, and her co-edited collection Embodying Contagion: The Viropolitics of Horror and Desire in Contemporary Discourse (UWP/Open Access 2021) explores how the metaphors of outbreak narratives have infiltrated the way news media, policymakers and the general public view the real world and the people within it. Megen is also an editor of the Genealogy of the Posthuman, an Open Access initiative curated by the Critical Posthumanism Network. Read more about Megen's work on her blog: frankenfiction.com. In this conversation we get into: remix studies, Twilight, mashups, thinking about the public domain as both an unmarked grave but also a place of rebirth, The Secret Garden, China Miéville, which monsters will dominate the future zeitgeist, colonialism via steampunk, the tentacular, and our current undead state. Gothic Remixed offers a fresh and exciting new take on twenty-first century Gothic. It addresses texts across a range of media that have often been dismissed as parasitic or derivative and champions their significance while remaining alert to their ethical shortcomings. By showing how monstrosity becomes the animating principle of Gothic mashups, hybrid texts and 'Frankenfictions', the book sheds light on emerging forms of Gothic cultural production and provides a cohesive framework for reading the incohesive. De Bruin-Molé is working at the cutting edge of contemporary Gothic and her book will be indispensable for students and scholars with an interest in the field. Stitching together adaptation theory and remix studies with surgical precision, De Bruin-Molé has produced the first book on the modern monster mashup. Authoritative, insightful and immensely enjoyable, Gothic Remixed heralds the arrival of an exciting new voice to contemporary Gothic studies. SOCIAL: Twitter: @WakeIslandPod Instagram: @wakeislandpod David's Twitter: @raviddice Megen's Twitter: @MegenJM --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wake-island/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wake-island/support

    SSAC
    Power of Athletics on Society: 50 Years of Title IX presented by Wasserman

    SSAC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 58:47


    Miguel Cardona - U.S. Secretary of Education Maura Healey - Massachusetts Attorney General Laurie Hernandez - American Artistic Gymnast Sue Bird - Point Guard, Seattle Storm Shira Springer (moderator) - Journalist and Lecturer, Boston University & MIT Sloan  Sports inspire us to fight harder, train longer, and continuously strive to be the best. The lessons learned through sport are often the foundation for success later in life. Since Title IX passed in 1972, women have increasingly gained traction in leadership positions across the United States. As a law rooted in equal opportunity and prohibiting discrimination based on sex, Title IX has changed the landscape in sports and across industries. Yet, the fight for equality in sports is not over and battles continue over the law. Hear from government and policy leaders Miguel Cardona and Maura Healy alongside professional athletes Sue Bird and Laurie Hernandez on the impact to date, the current fight for law protection, and why the future of Title IX is more important than ever.

    RTÉ - News at One Podcast
    Travellers 'over policed' in criminal justice according to new reserach

    RTÉ - News at One Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 2:59


    Dr Sindy Joyce who is Lecturer in Traveller Studies at UL and Co-Author of a report which found that Travellers were 'over policed as suspects under under policed as victims'