This month our guest is Marine Fisheries Chief Conor McManus. In this two-part episode, Conor explains what his role is in the Marine Fisheries Division, what the Marine Fisheries Division does, and what the history and current trend in shark activity is in RI.
ESPN Eagles Beat Reporter, Tim McManus, joins the show to discuss the Eagles performance against the Kansas City Chiefs in week 4 as well as a look ahead to this weeks matchup on the road against the Carolina Panthers. Follow Gunn On One on social: Twitter - https://twitter.com/GunnOnOne Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gunnonone/ Follow Derrick Gunn on social: Twitter - https://twitter.com/RealDGunn On the web: gunnonone.com
S4 E1: September 29th, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Cynthia Kleinbaum (VP of Marketing, Online Grocery, Membership and Mobile Apps, Walmart), Rich Orosco (EVP, Brand & Community, Los Angeles Football Club), Liliana Torres (Global Head of Marketing Activation—Electrification Business, ABB), Eduardo Conrado (EVP, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Ascension), Gabriela McManus (Serret-Campos), (SVP of People Operations, Drizly), and Tania Missad (SVP, Global Research, Insights & Analytics, WarnerMedia) for the inaugural Hispanic Heritage & Inclusive Storytelling edition of Siegel+Gale's Future of Branding series. During the conversation, panelists discussed understanding the nuances of the Hispanic marketplace, infusing culture year-round in a brand's offerings, authentic storytelling that resonates with this rapidly evolving market, why DE&I is a responsibility for all marketers and the major mistake brands make when categorizing the 60.5 million Hispanics in the U.S. as a monolithic group.
Today the fellas sit down with Devin McManus, a valued member of the dodgeball community, reffing expert, and Capt of Kiju. We discussed how the tournament in Mason, OH went last weekend and how we hope to see this series improve and continue.
What do marketing leaders and teams need to know about gender equity in the workplace? Make it a priority to be a great communicator, highly effective, and flexible to drive change. Today's guest is Ashley McManus, Senior Director of Global Marketing at Smart Eye. She is a tech startup marketing leader with extensive expertise in inbound marketing. Her thoughtful branding and organized approach to execution resulted in acquiring the tech startup, Affectiva. Ashley is able to break down challenges, come up with creative solutions, and drive results quickly within budget. She combines strategic thinking with tactical execution, analyzing problems, and identifying steps to results by being adaptive and resourceful. Also, Ashley designs strategies for tech companies to position them as industry thought leaders. She does this by deliberately creating high-quality content that resonates with their target audience and is in line with their vision. Some of the highlights of the show include: Equity vs. Equality: What's the difference and distinction between genders? Imbalances: Promote gender equality by empowering women to be equal COVID Impact: Why gender equity in the workplace is a concern for everyone Diversity of Views: Output isn't as helpful when everyone looks/thinks same way Marketing Role: Customer targeting and company representation, reputation Positive Benefits and Negative Effects: People talk, culture misfits, and churn What can women do to get unstuck? Who do they talk to be hired and promoted? Gender equity from the ground up: Create inclusive hiring practices Simplify job requirements Don't ask for salary history Candidates should meet diverse interview panel Build enabling human resources department Allow autonomy to be accountable (flexible hours, remote work, etc.) Give recognition, encourage visibility, and advocate for yourself Links: Ashley McManus on LinkedIn Smart Eye Affectiva Glassdoor Slack Ben Sailer on LinkedIn CoSchedule Quotes from Ashley McManus: “Equality between men and women, it doesn't mean that men and women have to become the same. But it's just that their rights, responsibilities, opportunities, they don't depend on whether they are born male or female.” “Gender equity - that means fairness. Fairness of treatment for men and women according to their respective needs.” “Equity really leads to equality.” “Women are responsible for, I think, 70 to 80 percent of customer purchasing.”
On todays episode, Alan interviews Erwin McManus about his new book The Genius of Jesus. They talk about violating reality, how our view of power must shift and why Jesus was a genius amongst other things. About Erwin Erwin Raphael McManus has committed his life to the study of genius and the pursuit of God, never knowing that the two worlds would one day collide. He is an iconoclast, entrepreneur, storyteller, fashion designer, filmmaker, and cultural thought leader whose singular intention is to violate our view of reality. McManus is the founder of Mosaic, a church movement based in the heart of Hollywood with a community that spans the globe, and is the acclaimed author of The Way of the Warrior, The Last Arrow, and other leading books on spirituality and creativity. His books have sold more than a million copies worldwide, in fourteen different languages. McManus studied philosophy at Elon University, has a bachelor of arts in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a master of divinity from Southwestern Theological Seminary, and a doctorate of humane letters from Southeastern University. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Kim McManus Connect with Erwin Books Social Media @erwinmecmanus Website Level your leadership this fall Take your next step this fall with coaching Invest in your leadership by joining free Right Side Up Community Receive weekly leadership tweaks with Tuesday Tuneup Upstream Campaign
In this episode, Jacque's friend Molly talks about her struggles with mental health, specifically PTSD, and about how God has shown up in her suffering and brought beauty and redemption from her pain. Episode Resources: Follow Molly on Instagram Read Jacque's original blog interview with Molly knowHis.love Podcast “This Too Shall Last” by K.J. Ramsey … Continue reading Episode 35: Redemptive Suffering and Navigating PTSD – A Conversation with Molly McManus →
When you've been the victim of a narcissist, finding your inner genius not only can feel like a challenge, it feels like it can never happen. Whether you are a Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, atheist, agnostic or whatever, Erwin McManus and his wisdom in this episode and his new book will absolutely blow your mind. Tune in and find out how to connect and tap into to your inner power, your inner universe and your inner genius because of the teachings of the man who changed who changed everything. MORE ABOUT ERWIN MCMANUS Erwin Raphael McManus has committed his life to the study of genius and the pursuit of God, never knowing the two worlds would one day collide. He is an iconoclast, entrepreneur, storyteller, fashion designer, filmmaker, and cultural thought leader. Known across the world for his integration of creativity and spirituality, McManus is the founder of Mosaic, a church movement based in the heart of Hollywood with campuses across Los Angeles and a global community that spans the across the world. As a thinker, writer, and speaker, his singular intention is to violate our view of reality. Erwin is the acclaimed author of The Way of the Warrior, The Last Arrow, The Artisan Soul, Uprising, Soul Cravings, Chasing Daylight, and The Barbarian Way. His books have sold more than a million copies worldwide in fourteen different languages. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Kim McManus and enjoys life with their adults kids Aaron, Mariah and her husband, Jake, and Patty and her husband, Steve. Grab his new book, The Genius of Jesus right here: https://amzn.to/3xRndIF Follow him on Instagram right here: @erwinmcmanus THIS WEEK'S SPONSOR INFORMATION: Soberlink is a comprehensive alcohol monitoring system. Combining a breathalyzer with wireless connectivity, Soberlink automatically documents proof of sobriety in real-time, which gives clients a sense of accomplishment while rebuilding trust with others. Features Adaptive Facial Recognition technology Technology to detect physical tampers Real-time text message reminders and Alerts Customizable scheduling Automated reporting options Get an exclusive $50 off your device by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and mentioning Negotiate Your Best Life ____________________________________________________________________ For more information on REBECCA ZUNG, ESQ. visit her website www.rebeccazung.com and follow her on Instagram: @rebeccazung and YouTube! GRAB YOUR FREE CRUSH MY NEGOTIATION PREP WORKSHEET RIGHT HERE! SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL RIGHT HERE. Grab a copy of Rebecca's book, Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R.: The Sure Fire Method to Step Up and Win (foreword written by Robert Shapiro). It went straight to being a #1 bestseller the first day it was launched! Find out what everyone is so excited about - get the book RIGHT HERE! To get your copy of Rebecca's bestselling book, Breaking Free: A Step by Step Guide to Achieving Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Freedom, please visit the Amazon website to order it RIGHT HERE.
Guest Bio:“Montana isn't just where I live,” says Satsang's Drew McManus. “It's my heart, my soul. Along with my family, it's my everything.”It's little wonder, then, that the state played such a pivotal role in inspiring ‘All Right Now,' Satsang's extraordinary new album and debut release for venerated indie label Side One Dummy. Written and recorded during an extended hiatus from the road, the record finds McManus reconnecting with his western roots and exploring a whole new palette of sounds and textures, drawing on classic country and modern Americana to forge a joyful, rustic collection all about letting go and living in the moment. McManus produced the album himself, and while the songs here are certainly honest and deeply personal, they're written in a spiritual language that taps into something far more universal, something inherent in the human condition that binds us as brothers and sisters on a shared journey to find ourselves and our place in this world. The performances and arrangements are broad and spacious to match, reflecting the wide-open fields and soaring mountains that surrounded the band during the whirlwind recording process, and the result is a lush, organic collection fueled by acoustic guitars, fiddle, and pedal steel, a warm, inviting record that hints at everything from Uncle Tupelo and The Jayhawks to Gregory Alan Isakov and The Head and the Heart as it meditates on the power—and the pull—of home.“I've been on the road for the last five or six years straight,” says McManus, “so being back in Montana for a whole year was a big change. Having that kind of uninterrupted time at home helped me fall back in love with songwriting in a whole new way.”Though McManus was born in Montana, he actually spent much of his formative years in Des Moines, IA. His childhood was troubled, to say the least, marked by physical abuse at home and a nose for trouble that surrounded him. Music offered an escape, though, and McManus found solace in the punk rock and hip-hop he discovered through his love of skateboarding. Brash and aggressive, the songs were a far cry from the country tunes his mother played on endless loop around the house.“She loved the old stuff like Buck Rogers and Hank Williams,” McManus recalls, “but she was really into that mid-to-late-nineties sound, guys like Garth Brooks and Randy Travis and Travis Tritt. I didn't get it at the time, but she always used to tell me, ‘Someday, when you're older, you'll come back to this music.'”Desperate to escape his surroundings and convinced that he'd wind up in jail like his brother if he stayed, McManus left home as a teenager and moved in with his older sister in Chicago. His first few years there played out like one long party, but as time wore on, it became apparent that the party was spiraling out of control. “It was clear to everyone else around me that I was an alcoholic and a drug addict,” McManus explains. “Eventually, my friends just sat me down and said, ‘We think you're going to die if you keep this up.'”So McManus packed his bags and headed back to Montana, where his biological father worked at a rehab clinic. The road to recovery was a long and arduous one, but McManus eventually got clean and sober, fell in love, and married the woman of his dreams. For the first time in a long time, life was good, and yet it still felt like something was missing, like some fundamental building block of his personality was being neglected. It wasn't until McManus found himself on a backpacking trek in the Himalayas that the final piece of the puzzle fell into place. “I realized on that trip that you only get one shot at life,” says McManus, “and if you've got a chance to utilize your talents and follow your dreams, then you've got to go for it. It gave me this renewed sense of purpose, and within a week of getting back home, I started playing shows and launched the band.”McManus filled notebook after notebook on that Himalayan journey, and the material would eventually go on to form the basis of Satsang's breakout 2016 debut, ‘The Story of You.' Steeped in reggae, hip-hop, and world music, the album was an uplifting affirmation that connected with fans around the world, racking up roughly 15 millions streams on Spotify alone. McManus and his bandmates returned a year later with their similarly successful sophomore effort, ‘Pyramid(s),' which hit #1 on the Billboard Reggae Chart and #2 on iTunes, and pushed their sound even further with 2019's ‘Kulture,' which incorporated a wider swath of influences from Motown to Tom Petty. Relentless road warriors, the group built a devoted following one night at a time, sharing stages with the likes of Michael Franti & Spearhead and Nahko and Medicine for the People as they worked their way up from bars and clubs to massive festivals.
We will not succeed as leaders and have the impact we long for without a strong personal and professional network of support.But what if you hate networking? How do you build the connections that are not only good for your professional ambitions but also good for your health?In today's interview, we talk with Ashley McManus and discover the beauty of networking and practical tips that make it easy and enjoyable (even for introverts). We explore the power of having a "Personal Board of Directors" as Ashley shares her personal story in a conversation will inspire and motivate you to develop and nurture the network that is vital to your long-term leadership success.Show notes: http://momsthatlead.com/podcast/56About Ashley:With over 10 years of B2B tech marketing experience, Ashley McManus is a tech startup marketing leader with deep expertise in inbound marketing. She is really good at breaking down challenges, coming up with creative solutions and driving results quickly, within budget. She has had 6 roles to date, been promoted 3 times, and has acted as a coach and mentor to countless interns and students. Most recently, her thoughtful branding and organized approach to execution resulted in an ultimate acquisition of the tech startup Affectiva by the Smart Eye firm. She worked as the Global Director of Marketing at Affectiva for 5 years, after landing the job while 6 months pregnant.Her dedication and marketing efforts were recognized as once the acquisition was formalized, she was promoted to Senior Director of Global Marketing at Smart Eye. In her more senior leadership role, she is now charged with driving impactful programs that get results. As she has demonstrated in the past, she will achieve this by combining strategic thinking with tactical execution, analyzing challenges and problems and identifying steps to results by being adaptive and resourceful. She is also continuously optimizing marketing processes, and is constantly looking for ways to repurpose everything done to create a multiplier effect of thought leadership content. Her strengths are showcased when she has a position requiring creativity, multi-tasking, critical thinking, management and organization.When she is not podcasting, her favorite thing to do is design strategies for tech companies to position them as industry thought leaders. She does this by deliberately creating high quality content that resonates with their target audience and is in line with their vision. She's a great communicator, highly effective and flexible.Now a full time working mom of two little girls, she is passionate about building a future where her daughters will have as many opportunities as their character can take them. She also believes in giving back in the areas responsible for her early success, so she is a guest lecturer for the Entrepreneurship Sales and Marketing class several times a year at Tufts University.Links Shared:Ashley's websiteAshley's LinkedInMoms that Lead Episode with Amy Henderson of TendLabIf you want to join this movement of healthy, purpose-driven moms, be sure to subscribe and connect with us!IG: @wearemomsthatleadFB: @momsthatlead
Seth and Sean talk with former Jags Linebacker (and Seth's former teammate) Tom McManus. They get his thoughts on how Trevor Lawrence has looked, how Urban Meyer will transition to the NFL, and what he expects to see from the young Jaguars. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Monaghan forward Conor McManus and former Mayo and Armagh player Billy Joe Padden join Nathan Murphy to preview this weekend's All-Ireland football final between Tyrone and Mayo.
In this episode, Sherri McManus and Lou Everett join me in a conversation about leadership starting with your passion and purpose, being a future thinker and that successful leadership is how you influence those you serve. Highlights From This Episode: Business starts with passion and purpose and your North Star Finding new ways to engage your employees and have something they can sink their feet into Being prepared for crisis Leaders should ask ‘what's next' and be future thinkers Invest in yourself so you can invest in those around you Links & Resources From This Episode: Read more: Upcoming book ‘Empowerment Leadership' Learn more: https://loueverettgroup.com/ Resources: Download your FREE Action Guide to help identify your Passion, Purpose, Why More About Lou and Sherri of The Lou Everett Group As seasoned leadership coaches and trainers with over four decades of combined experience we love serving people and companies throughout their growth transitions. Regardless, if you are a solopreneur or at the C-Suite level, Leadership is Influence. Nothing more, nothing less. Lou and Sherri are your thinking partners offering dedicated and customized continuity plans that are designed to, not only resolve your current struggle, but provide proactive support, training and accountability with the goal of avoiding negative impacts on the growth of your business. Our clients have experienced measurable return, increased productivity, and up to 500% revenue growth. Awesome FREE Resources for YOU! Power of 3 Daily Planner Check out our other podcast guests! Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a note in the comment section below! Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. You can also subscribe from the podcast app on your mobile device. Leave us an iTunes review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They expose our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave a review on iTunes Val Low is a digital & efficiency expert to entrepreneurs to clear the business clutter and thrive. Through her Focus&Freedom™ Method many entrepreneurs have experienced more focus, time and freedom. Val shows entrepreneurs how to calm the overwhelm and distractions with focus and efficiency strategies and tools that enable them to have the freedom to do the things that matter most in their business and life. Through her Magnify Your Brand™ program, entrepreneurs and experts clarify their message that attracts their ideal clients, a brand experience that people love to talk about and setting up in a one place online platform that makes it easier for entrepreneurs to spend time in their expertise. Visit Val's Website: https://vallow.me/ Connect with Val on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ValLow.page/ Connect with Val on Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/val-low
Steve Cooper talks with actor Don McManus. Don has been a working actor for over 30 years and has starred, guest starred or been recurring in various television shows and films. His feature credits include: The Starling, Vice, Under the Silver Lake, Grand Piano, Grandma, The Maze Runner, Lucky Bastard, For A Good Time Call, Magnolia, The Shawshank Redemption, Under the Tuscan Sun, National Treasure, Hannibal, Air Force One. His TV credits include: Sorry For Your Loss, Mom, Justified, 24, Northern Exposure, NCIS, Private Practice, Rescue Me, Parks and Recreation, Boston Legal, Grey's Anatomy, Dexter, Seinfeld, Frasier, The Closer, CSI, Mad About You and his stage credits include: New York Public Theater, Manhattan Theater Club, San Francisco's ACT, The Old Globe Theater, the Matrix Theater, ANTAEUS. He is a graduate of Yale University.
In a post-Covid world, what does it look like to retain your best talent and create a high functioning team? Lou Everett and Sherri McManus of the Lou Everett Group join the podcast to talk all things leadership, including how to transform your business in an impactful way. Find out more at their website, https://loueverettgroup.com/ As well as on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theloueverettgroup On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theloueverettgroup/ Or their LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-lou-everett-group/ Enjoy this episode? Check out our Patreon where you can support the podcast via https://www.patreon.com/GoodAdvice.
Toxic work environments and high turnover rates are common in many workplaces and are often the result of dysfunctional leadership, which can have a detrimental effect not only on its staff but the financial health of the business. The Lou Everett Group has dedicated itself to addressing an urgent need for leadership support by transforming and uplifting today's leaders through leadership coaching, corporate training, empowerment speaking, and personal development. We are joined today by the powerful duo, husband and wife, Lou Everett and Sherri McManus, to talk about The Lou Everett Group, why they founded their company, and how they have helped countless clients take their business to the next level. Lou and Sherri have been trained by the likes of Tony Robbins and Zig Ziglar and were both drawn to leadership from an early age. In our conversation, we break down how they are able to effectively run their business as a couple, why leadership is influence, and why being incorrectly mentored is one of the biggest obstacles to good leadership. Hear their perspective on what it means to transition from egotistical leadership to servant leadership and why it requires a willingness to change and grow. We also take a deeper look at their mPOWERment method, why it works, and how it has transformed their clients' businesses.The Lou Everett Group has a passion for serving people and companies throughout their growth transitions, whether they're C-Suite Executive level or starting out as a Solopreneur. Tune in today to hear how they help their clients and how they keep their business thriving! What you'll learn about in this episode:Introducing today's guests Sherri McManus and Lou Everett of the Lou Everett Group.How Lou was first introduced to thought leaders like Tony Robbins and Zig Ziglar.How Sherri recognized a need for people-focused, servant-leadership after a life-threatening illness.How leadership is manifesting in less traditional settings that don't have a familiar corporate ladder.The key elements that stop individuals from embracing leadership.Why being mentored incorrectly is one of the biggest obstacles to good leadership.The ways that leadership is distinct from management.How Sherri and Lou divide their responsibilities in their business to capitalize on their strengths.The benefits and challenges of running a business as a husband and wife.The types of clients that Sherri and Lou take on, from c-suite executives to solo entrepreneurs.How your leadership style can change and grow over time.How Sherri and Lou developed their mPOWERment method based on their years of training and how their experiences have shaped their outlook.A breakdown of the mPOWERment method and what each letter represents.Some of the biggest concerns that Sherri and Lou are seeing in their clients with the current state of the COVID pandemic.Sherri shares what she finds most exciting about helping clients.How introverts can help their networking by approaching it with a goal in mind.Lou and Sherri share their plans for the Lou Everett group, including an upcoming book.Click Here To Download Transcript
@Passion, People & Purpose #business #coach #leadership #podcast #show Hello Everyone, Our today's guest, Lou, and Sherri of The Lou Everett Group are known for their highly effective coaching, teaching, and speaking on the importance of personal growth and how it impacts our Influence as a Leader. With more than four decades of combined experience in training, coaching, and leadership, they also have received training and mentoring from well-known and successful coaches and teachers from the likes of Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, John Maxwell, Jack Canfield, Paul Martinelli, and are Certified Leadership Coaches and Corporate Trainers. Would you please welcome, the owners of The Lou Everett Group, Lou Everett, and Sherri McManus? Quick Summary: 00:20 Introduction 01:44 Passion & Interest 06:54 Questions from Audience 17:01 Fun Segment 19:03 Career/Work/Volunteering 20:17 Tips/Advise/Books 24:22 Leadership 28:43 Closure & Thank you So, watch the complete episode - https://youtu.be/ZQyyLoK-u58 Listen to the complete episode - https://anchor.fm/vaishali-lambe/episodes/SoLeadSaturday---Episode-90---Lou-Everett--Sherri-McManus-business-coach-leadership-podcast-e16j2u9 If you would like to connect further, please feel free to connect on @twitter or @linkedin Until we meet, happy leading and let's lead together. Stay safe. Bye for now. Find me on - YoutTube - https://bit.ly/3dA0Qko #SoLeadSaturday Community Website - https://vaishalilambe.club/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/vaishalilambe LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/vaishali-lambe/ Instagram - @PassionPeoplePurpose Website - https://www.vaishalilambe.com/soleadsaturday Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/vaishalilambe17 Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/soleadsaturday/id1496626534?uo=4 Google Podcasts - https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xMzFiYTA0MC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/0bFOIm9EGFalhPG8YPBhVp --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaishali-lambe/support
Eyrus is a construction technology start up on a mission to leverage technology and data to provide value to everyone throughout the construction process. Their solutions focus on cost, accuracy and the operational demands of each unique construction project. About Alexandra McManus: Alexandra McManus is the co-founder and CEO of Eyrus, bringing to the company over two decades of professional experience in the construction technology space, across business development, operations, leadership, and more. She provides a constant stream of vision and intuition for Eyrus alongside her co-founder and COO, Hussein Cholkamy. Together, they launched Eyrus to generate the ultimate workforce visibility platform by leveraging automated data collection and IoT hardware. Eyrus provides simple and seamless solutions that enhance levels of workforce insight and support construction professionals in delivering their projects on time and on budget. To meet today's challenges around COVID-19, Eyrus combines workforce data with site zone information to provide solutions for protocol mandates in the workplace, streamlining workflows, increasing collaboration, promoting safety, and supporting compliance. About Hussein Cholkamy: As Co-founder and COO of Eyrus, Hussein brings over 20 years of global experience in real estate development, construction and design. He began his career as an Architect after obtaining his bachelor's in Architecture from the University of Arizona. He then crossed into real estate development and project management after achieving his MBA from The George Washington University. Throughout his early career, Hussein worked on over 15 million square feet of construction and development globally. His dynamic understanding of construction project complexities, along with experience in business development and operations have founded the success of Eyrus in today's market.
In today's episode, we explore Shakespeare's Twelfth Night through the lens of Gender and Queer Theory. We take a look at how Early Modern concepts of gender and queerness may have influenced the writing of Twelfth Night and how modern productions use the play to explore themes related to gender and queer identity. In the second half of the episode, we are joined by our first ever guest of the pod, Dr. Sawyer Kemp to continue our discussion on Gender and Queer Theory. Dr. Sawyer Kemp (they/them) is a Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellow in Transgender Studies with the Gender & Women's Studies department at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Sawyer's current book project investigates the rhetoric and industry of “accessibility” in contemporary Shakespeare performance. Exploring access as a tool for feminist and queer critique, this project analyzes theatres' impact on and outreach to communities of trans and gender non-conforming people, sexual assault survivors, and people with disabilities. Sawyer's work has appeared in Shakespeare Quarterly, Shakespeare Studies, The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, and the edited collection Teaching Social Justice Through Shakespeare. Their most recent article, “Two Othellos: Transitioning Anti-Blackness” is forthcoming in Shakespeare Bulletin. Shakespeare Anyone? is created and produced by Korey Leigh Smith and Elyse Sharp. Music is "Neverending Minute" by Sounds Like Sander. Follow us on Instagram at @shakespeareanyonepod for updates or visit our website at shakespeareanyone.com Works referenced: Ake, Jami. “Glimpsing a ‘Lesbian' Poetics in ‘Twelfth Night.'” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, vol. 43, no. 2, 2003, pp. 375–394. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/4625073. Accessed 20 June 2021. Aughterson, Kate, and Ailsa Grant Ferguson. Shakespeare and Gender: Sex and Sexuality in Shakespeare's Drama. The Arden Shakespeare, 2020, pp. 97-121. Accessed 19 June 2021. Barker, Roberta. “The ‘Play-Boy,' the Female Performer, and the Art of Portraying a Lady.” Shakespeare Bulletin, vol. 33, no. 1, 2015, pp. 83–97. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/26355090. Accessed 19 June 2021. Charles, Casey. “Gender Trouble in ‘Twelfth Night.'” Theatre Journal, vol. 49, no. 2, 1997, pp. 121–141. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/3208678. Accessed 19 June 2021. Coontz, Stephanie, et al. “Marriage vs Friendship.” Call Your Girlfriend, 2 Aug. 2009, www.callyourgirlfriend.com/episodes/2019/08/02/marriage-vs-friendship. Dekkar, Thomas, and Thomas Middleton. “The Roaring Girl. OR Moll Cutpurse.” Folger Shakespeare Library, 21 July 2017. https://emed.folger.edu/sites/default/files/folger_encodings/pdf/EMED-Roaring-reg-3.pdf “Introduction.” Twelfth Night, edited by Keir Elam, The Arden Shakespeare, 2008, pp. 57-68, 111-119. Third. McManus, Clare. “When Is a Woman Not a Woman? Or, Jacobean Fantasies of Female Performance (1606–1611).” Modern Philology, vol. 105, no. 3, 2008, pp. 437–474. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/591257. Accessed 18 June 2021. “Volume 19, Number 4, Fall 2019 Special Issue: Early Modern Trans Studies Guest Editors: Simone Chess, Colby Gordon, and Will Fisher.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Project MUSE, 24 Sept. 2020, muse.jhu.edu/issue/42946.
Laptop Radio chats with Alexandra McManus (Co-Founder + CEO, Eyrus) and Hussein Cholkamy (Co-Founder + COO, Eyrus) on Technology in the Construction Space. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app