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Way of the Bible
Jesus Beyond Dimensionality | Colossians

Way of the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 46:45


#084 Welcome to Episode #084 of Way of the Bible podcast. This is our fourth of eight episodes in our eleventh mini-series entitled, Mystery of Christ | Galatians to 2 Thessalonians. On this episode, Jesus Beyond Dimensionality, we're going to overview the book of Colossians which many have noted as the most Christ-centered book in the Bible. In this overview we're going to see the Supremacy of Christ, our Submission to Christ, and discover more insight into the Mystery of Christ. Colossians is one of Paul's four prison epistles written while he was under house arrest in Rome. The other three being Ephesians, Philippians, and Philemon. It was likely written between 60-61 AD. Colossae was a minor city about a hundred miles east of Ephesus and about a mile from Laodicea. What makes that significant is Laodicea is the last of the seven churches in the area Jesus dictated his own epistles to in Revelation 1-3. It is not thought that Colossae exerted any significant influence on early church history, so why the letter?    Many scholars believe Paul was arguing against the teaching of Gnosticism, a Christian heresy that didn't really become widely recognized until the second and third centuries. Others see Paul arguing against influences by several streams of thought including Hellenistic Greek speculation, Jewish legalism, and Oriental mysticism. But to tell you the truth, you get no sense of either of these scholarly arguments being mentioned by Paul in the text for the occasion of the letter.Paul hammers home in this letter to the church at Colossae the preeminence and sufficiency of Christ in all things, and the implications of a believer's union with Christ. Jesus Christ is the creator and Lord of the cosmos and we have been hidden in him until he returns. THIS IS HUGE!!!! I can't describe to you how much I've grown in grace preparing for and recording these podcast episodes. When I finished prepping and recording the Ephesians and Philippians episodes my mind reached it's limit as I tried to comprehend all that we have in Christ. I can honestly say while studying out Colossians I discovered how to go beyond the limits of my own mind. It was something Paul mentioned back in 1 Corinthians 2:16 – But we have the mind of Christ. Our own minds simply could not contain it all but the Holy Spirit within is our hardwire to the mind of Christ.   To God be the glory through Jesus Christ our Lord.PUSH Play and Enjoy the lesson.ShowNotes: https://www.wayofthebible.com/resources

The Medicin
Scientism + your consciousness as a commodity with Jonathan Bluestein.

The Medicin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 152:02


Our guest today is Jonathan Bluestein, an accomplished scholar, martial arts teacher and author. He is the head of Blue Jade Martial Arts International. He has lived in several countries, visited dozens, was an infantryman, a police investigator, a translator and even hosted a short television spot in his youth.An eclectic researcher and intellectual, shifu Bluestein has published 5 books and over 50 articles, on topics ranging from socio-economic theories, Jungian Psychology, Oriental histories and traditional Chinese martial arts. Bluestein's books and articles typically step outside the boundaries of accepted genres and norms, expressing ideas and concepts which other authors are afraid to discuss or even consider.In this episode we discuss:The importance of Gong Fu + IkigaiHow to find more depth + meaning in lifePolitics move left/right; consciousness moves up/downShould you have a mentor? How do you find them?The dangers of following elitesScience as a false religion+ so much more!CONNECT WITH JONATHAN: Website // Books // YouTubeOUR LINKS + DISCOUNTSMushyLove Latte (discount: MEDICIN)Immune Intel AHCCKion (discount: MEDICIN)Our favorite Reishi KING CoffeeOrganifi (20% discount: MIMIFIT)See all our favorite products on The Medicin CabinetCONNECT WITH USOur websiteMimi's IG // Chase's IG // The Medicin IGSound from Zapsplat.com

The Economics Review
Ep. 115 - Dr. Frank Dikötter on China's Rise After Mao

The Economics Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 35:00


Dr. Frank Dikötter is the Chair Professor of Humanities at the University of Hong Kong, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, and a Dutch historian specializing in modern China. Prior to this, he was a Professor of the Modern History of China at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. He is the author of a dozen books that have changed the way we look at the history of modern China and the winner of the prestigious BBC Samuel Johnson prize. His latest book is titled China After Mao: The Rise of a Superpower.

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews
1/19/23 Ara Sanjian Explains the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Scott Horton Show - Just the Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 40:35


Scott speaks with Ara Sanjian, an Associate Professor of History at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, about the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the region of Nagorno-Karabakh. This is an excellent interview for listeners unfamiliar with the situation. Scott and Sanjian go over the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict more broadly before focusing on the flare-up over Nagorno-Karabakh in 2020 and the state of things today. The conflict also has notable international implications with the Russian government backing Armenia and the Turkish government backing Azerbaijan. Scott and Sanjian explore the international ramifications of this dispute on an already messy world stage.   Ara Sanjian is an Associate Professor of History and the Director of the Armenian Research Center at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. He received his master's degree in history from Yerevan State University (1991) and PhD in Modern History of the Middle East from the School of Oriental and African Studies, the University of London in 1996. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
1/19/23 Ara Sanjian Explains the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 39:51


 Download Episode. Scott speaks with Ara Sanjian, an Associate Professor of History at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, about the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the region of Nagorno-Karabakh. This is an excellent interview for listeners unfamiliar with the situation. Scott and Sanjian go over the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict more broadly before focusing on the flare-up over Nagorno-Karabakh in 2020 and the state of things today. The conflict also has notable international implications with the Russian government backing Armenia and the Turkish government backing Azerbaijan. Scott and Sanjian explore the international ramifications of this dispute on an already messy world stage.   Ara Sanjian is an Associate Professor of History and the Director of the Armenian Research Center at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. He received his master's degree in history from Yerevan State University (1991) and PhD in Modern History of the Middle East from the School of Oriental and African Studies, the University of London in 1996. This episode of the Scott Horton Show is sponsored by: Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom; ExpandDesigns.com/Scott. Get Scott's interviews before anyone else! Subscribe to the Substack. Shop Libertarian Institute merch or donate to the show through Patreon, PayPal or Bitcoin: 1DZBZNJrxUhQhEzgDh7k8JXHXRjY

Bajo las Capuchas RGX
Podcast 92: Que en paz descanse Popitekus

Bajo las Capuchas RGX

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 127:10


En este Capítulo: Que en paz descanse Popitekus, Imagen, ORIENTAL pierde su mascara, polémicas, Epico (Tito Colón) y mucho, mucho más. Programas producidos por Cine en linea y retransmitidos en homenaje a la memoria de El Testigo. Redes sociales: facebook.com/bajolascapuchas

The Conversation Weekly
Social welfare services are being cut across the world – but providing them is about more than just money

The Conversation Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 36:42


Across the globe, health-care workers have gone on strike to protest the stress placed on them by the global COVID-19 pandemic and economic downturn, pushing already-strained services beyond their limits. These labour actions are part of the challenges faced by countries attempting to provide welfare services to their populations. We talk to three experts about why social welfare services are being cut, and what actions governments may need to take to ensure better access. Featuring Miguel Niño-Zarazúa, senior economics lecturer at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London in the UK, Christine Corlet Walker, a research fellow at the Center for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity at the University of Surrey, also in the UK, and Erdem Yörük, assistant professor at Koç University in Istanbul in Turkey.This episode was produced by Mend Mariwany and Katie Flood. The executive producer is Mend Mariwany. Eloise Stevens does our sound design and our theme music is by Neeta Sarl. Full credits for this episode are available here. A transcript will be available soon. Sign up here for a free daily newsletter from The Conversation.Further reading: Better income assistance programs are needed to help people with rising cost of livingCOVID-19 holds lessons for the future of social protectionDegrowth: why some economists think abandoning growth is the only way to save the planet – podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille
Oriental Group Getting Their Act 兔-gether This CNY

BFM :: The Breakfast Grille

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 22:32


After nearly three years of pandemic-impacted operations, the Oriental Group of Restaurants has finally returned to the black with revenues almost back to pre-MCO days. What fortunes will this Year of the Rabbit bring to this leader of Cantonese cuisine in the Klang Valley? Its founder and chairman Datuk Seri Philip Siew talks about the challenges the company had faced, the lessons learned and how to apply them going forward.

Belly Dance Life
Ep 229. Oreet: Business Education for Dancers

Belly Dance Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 70:02


Oreet has over 25 years of experience in fitness and dance. She grew up with Yemeni folk and Oriental dance and has a degree in Contemporary Dance from SUNY College at Brockport. SharQuí has been featured on NBC, ABC, CBS and CNN, among other outlets. Some of Oreet's bellydance awards are: Bellydancer of the Year, and Middle Eastern Dance Champion of North America. She's led packed classes worldwide and has worked with thousands of men and women to realize their fitness potential. In this episode you will learn about:- Building business systems for your teaching activities- The importance of confidence for a dance teacher- How to check if you are ready to teach- Tips for promoting your classes- Nurturing your newsletter listShow Notes to this episode:Find Oreet on website, Instagram, YouTube, and FB. Check her new FB group HERE.Previous interview with Oreet:Ep 67. Oreet: Belly Dance as a Fitness WorkoutCheck out Stackable Drills for your daily practice at www.stackabledrills.com.Details and training materials for the BDE castings are available at www.JoinBDE.comFind information on how you can support Ukraine and Ukrainian belly dancers HERE.Podcast: www.ianadance.com/podcast

Smart Talk Podcast
54. The path toward a post-crisis Greek recovery

Smart Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 47:02


Dr. Lapavitsas earned his master's from the London School of Economics and his Ph.D. from Birkbeck, University of London. He has taught at the New School and the School of Oriental and African studies. Dr. Lapavitsas is known as a sharp critic of western financial capitalism. He has worked as a regular columnist for The Guardian and founded Research, Money, and Finance, a collective of political economists who focus on money, finance, and the two's intersection with capitalism. In 2015, he was elected to the Greek Parliament as a member of the Syriza party in order to help Greece regain its footing after the Greek Debt Crisis. He is the author of numerous books, including "Crisis in the Eurozone," "Profiting without Producing," and "The Left Case Against the EU." Dr. Lapavitsas joined us to discuss how leaving the EU's monetary union could transform the Greek economy, why financialization harms people in the long-run, and why Germany's wages remain stagnant despite its economic dynamism. To check out more of our content, including our research, visit our website: https://www.hgsss.org/

GUSTAVO TORRES - HISTORIAS
EPISODIO 91 - MEDICINA ORIENTAL EN NUESTROS DÍAS. Junto a Maria Laura Rainer

GUSTAVO TORRES - HISTORIAS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 55:11


MEDICINA ORIENTAL EN NUESTROS DÍAS. Te invito a escuchar este episodio. Estoy junto a la DRA. MARIA LAURA RAINER (Especialista en Medicina Oriental). “El Qi (Chi) es sencillamente la energía que nos mantiene sanos mental, emocional y físicamente. Para entender los principios del Qi, debemos saber que esta fuerza está presente en todos los seres vivos (humanos, animales y plantas) y que, aunque la asimilan de manera diferente, todos la absorben por igual y lo hacen mediante el agua que ingieren, el aire que respiran y el alimento que reciben” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gustavo-torres58/message

Podcast do PPGLM
Ep. 69 - Filosofia Oriental. Entrevista com Daniel Saldanha e Lucas Machado

Podcast do PPGLM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 91:51


No episódio conversamos com Daniel Saldanha (UFF) e Lucas Machado (UFRJ) sobre a temática da filosofia intercultural e o diálogo entre os discursos filosóficos produzidos no oriente e no ocidente. Lucas tratou da filosofia japonesa de Toshihiko Izutsu e também Byung-Chul Han e a filosofia do zen-budismo. Por sua vez, Daniel falou conosco sobre a teoria da evolução da consciência no budismo yogacara, o budismo abhidharma e a filosofia prática presentes na tradição indiana, seja védica ou budista.

EpochTV
Oriental Goji Berry Long Used for Anti-Aging, Antioxidant, and Eye-Health Properties

EpochTV

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 7:29


According to ancient Chinese legend, there was a village where people drank water from a well surrounded by goji berries daily. Is it mere coincidence that those villagers lived to be well over a hundred? Traditional Chinese medicine sees a connection between the brain, the various energy channels of the body, and nutrition. How does this system explain the potential anti-aging effects of goji berries? Apart from their antioxidant properties and benefits to the mind, what vital organ are goji berries long known for enhancing? And, under what conditions should people avoid goji berries? In addition to their potential health benefits, goji berries are also a good source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals, including vitamin C, iron, and zinc. Goji berries are generally considered safe to consume, but some people may experience allergic reactions or digestive issues when eating them. It is also important to talk to a healthcare provider before using goji berries as a supplement, as they may interact with certain medications or have other potential risks. We explore the ancient appeal of the “jewel of the orient” in this episode of #Vitalsigns with Brendon Fallon. ⭕️ Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV

Ze Shows – Anime Pulse
Manga Pulse 483: Oriental Kitties are Racist

Ze Shows – Anime Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 113:43


What what, ol chap? You were mumbling something about a man-ga? A pod-cast? I swear the meals they serve in the diner car have always turned. How else can you explain these strange dreams of a world where man can travel the globe in the span of mere days? And all the while communicating freely with anyone else within seconds. Bad kipper is my reckoning. I'm going back to my bunk and we should arrive within the Orient on the morrow. Speaking of, Tim has Orient. In a world where Oni are worshipped as gods, samurai are outlawed. Also, samurai is used as an insult and kids growing up make … Continue reading "Manga Pulse 483: Oriental Kitties are Racist"

Central de Jornalismo Liberdade
Diretor da Ciretran Caruaru oriental proprietários de veículos com placas finalizadas em 9 e 0 sobre CRLV

Central de Jornalismo Liberdade

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 1:47


UBC News World
The Best Oriental Rug Cleaning Company In Bartlett | Professional Carpet Service

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 1:54


The staff at River City Rug Cleaning (901-341-7847) has experience with every type of rug and possesses the knowledge and tools needed to safely and effectively treat your oriental rug. Check out their services at https://www.rivercityrugcleaning.com River City Rug Cleaning 2815 U.S. 64, Hickory Withe, TN 38028, United States Website https://www.rivercityrugcleaning.com/ Email prc.pressagency@gmail.com

Revista 5W
El mundo en 2023

Revista 5W

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 60:40


2023 será el año que pondrá a prueba los límites individuales y colectivos. Unos límites que, según el informe ‘El mundo en 2023: diez temas que marcarán la agenda internacional’ que ha elaborado el CIDOB Barcelona Centre for International Affairs, pasan por la inflación, la seguridad alimentaria, la crisis energética, la competición geopolítica global, la descomposición de los sistemas de seguridad y gobernanza internacional y la capacidad colectiva para responder a todo ello. El último podcast del año lo dedicamos a hablar sobre lo que ocurrirá en 2023 con Pol Morillas, director del CIDOB; Carme Colomina y Carmen Claudin, investigadoras sénior del CIDOB; Viviane Ogou, especialista en relaciones entre la Unión Europa, África y el Sahel; Inés Arco, investigadora del CIDOB especializada en Ásia Oriental y China; Agus Morales, director de 5W, y Maribel Izcue, redactora jefa de 5W. Como siempre, un podcast de Raül Flores y Núria Jar. El montaje musical es de ROAD AUDIO.

Conexão Israel
#167 - Do Lado Esquerdo do Muro - Netanyahu Anuncia Formação do Governo, Futuras Leis que Ameaçam a Democracia e Extradição de Advogado Palestino

Conexão Israel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 67:24


Demorou mas chegou!!!! Estamos no aí!!!!! Menu da semana: Bloco 1 - David Sharen, ex-chefe de gabinete de Netanyahu, depõe no julgamento. Ataca Bibi e procuradoria. Bloco 2 - 19 minutos pro prazo expirar, Netanyahu declara que tem o governo. - Ben Gvir, com medo de ter sua lei vetada, desistiu de aprová-la antes da formação do governo, e a flexibiliza. Mas cobrou mudança na lei que proíbe deputados condenados por incitação ao racismo. - Nova coalizão quer nova lei para tratar imigrantes em situação ilegal e refugiados. - Coalizão concorda com reforma na Justiça, que visa "equilibrar poderes". Bloco 3 - Morre de câncer na prisão de segurança máxima Abu Chamid, braço direito de Marwan Bargouti. Benny Gantz decide não liberar seus restos mortais. - Advogado Palestino de Jerusalém Oriental é deportado pra França. Bloco do esporte com Nelson Burd Episódio #167 do podcast "Do Lado Esquerdo do Muro", com Marcos Gorinstein e João Miragaya.

Belly Dance Life
Ep 225. Oscar Flores: Aiming for Official Recognition of Belly Dance

Belly Dance Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 90:31


Oscar Flores began in Oriental dance in 1995 and since 2000 has been dedicated to teaching this art around the world. He has created a personal style joining techniques developed while studying other arts such as theater, musical theater, flamenco, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, tribal fusion, Indian dances, theatrical jazz, psychodrama, and others. In 2005, he opened his first studio in Buenos Aires and in 2007 his first school called Alkimiah, Fusion of Talents. In 2010, he founded his dance company with which worked until 2016, when he moved to China to become part of the Bellydance China project. Today he lives in Spain, but continues to work around the world in important artistic events.In this episode you will learn about:- Oscar's online campus for belly dancers- His dream of creating a belly dance university- The benefits of having an international certification- Fitness activities for belly dancers- Diversification of activities and various projects Oscar is currently working on Show Notes to this episode:Follow Oscar Flores on Instagram, FB, and YouTube.Previous interview with Oscar:Ep 25. Oscar Flores: I Needed an Opportunity to Live My DreamEp 116. Oscar Flores: It's Time to Be RebornDetails and training materials for the BDE castings are available at www.JoinBDE.comCheck out the next SharQui Instructor Academy beginning January 2nd. Apply at sharqui.com/teachFollow Iana on Instagram, FB, and Youtube . Check out her online classes and intensives at the Iana Dance Club.Find information on how you can support Ukraine and Ukrainian belly dancers HERE.Podcast: www.ianadance.com/podcast

Crims
Cas Selva: unes claus i un tatuatge precolomb

Crims

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 53:19


El 6 de juny del 2010, un home circula amb una autocaravana pel pol

Catholicism in the Car
122. Scripture Wars, Apologetics, The Orthodox, and Protestants

Catholicism in the Car

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 10:06


In this episode, we continue the discussion from episode #121 on Scripture Wars and Apologetics, but attempt to give an overview of this topic as relates the three (3) main Christian groups: Catholics (Eastern and Western), Orthodox (Eastern and Oriental) and Protestants (Various). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/parker-zurbuch6/support

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días
Antonina Canal presenta una obra de danza oriental en el Teatro Bellas Artes de Cafam

A Vivir Que Son Dos Días

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 1:09


The Learning Future Podcast with Louka Parry
Education Transformation: Dominic Regester

The Learning Future Podcast with Louka Parry

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 27:30


Find out which countries are embarking on true education transformation and discover why transformation might be the best way to articulate the changes we need in schools and education systems. View the report: https://www.diplomaticourier.com/issue/transformed-the-case-for-education-transformationToday's episode is with educationalist, convenor, and non-profit leader Dominic Regester.Dominic is Director of Education and Director of the Center for Education Transformation at Salzburg Global Seminar, where he is responsible for designing, developing and implementing programs on the futures of education, with a particular focus on social and emotional learning, education leadership, regenerative education, and education transformation. Prior to this he worked for the British Council for 14 years on global citizenship education, teacher professional development, and education collaboration. He works on a broad range of projects across education policy, practice, transformation, and international development, including as a Director at the Amal Alliance, as a Senior Editor for Diplomatic Courier, and as an advisor to the Learning Economy Foundation, and the Power of Zero. Since 2021 he has also served as the Executive Director of Karanga: the Global Alliance for Social Emotional Learning and Life Skills. He holds Masters degrees in Chinese Studies from the School of Oriental and African studies in London, and in Education and International Development from the Institute of Education at University College London.In this chat Dominic mentioned the work of bigchange.org, who we are talking to in a future episode. Find out more at salzburgglobal.org and keep transforming.

Podcast La Rueda del Misterio
Mecenas: Medicina Asombrosa en el Antiguo Egipto. - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Podcast La Rueda del Misterio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 71:45


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Son muchas las capacidades asombrosas que tenían en el Antiguo Egipto en muchos temas, entre ellos, la medicina. Acompáñanos a disfrutar del conocimiento Oriental. Correo de Contacto: laruedadelmisterio2010@gmail.com © La Rueda del MisterioEscucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de La Rueda del Misterio. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/4754

Tony & Dwight
Charger Championship. Click It or Skip It? Oriental House. Willow, Enola 2 & Candle Day.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 28:53


International Superstar Podcast
Ragnarök esiten, restaurante oriental y Vampire Survivors - T09E05

International Superstar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 82:48


En este programa os traemos el análisis de GOW:R, damos los resultados mundialistas al minuto y no nos bebemos ninguna copa de Baileys. Programa limpio y navideño. ¡Esperamos que os guste!

The Rest Is History
270. Poland: Copernicus, the Dragon and the Salt Mine

The Rest Is History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 49:09


Join Tom and Dominic as they explore the seven wonders of Poland. Hear all about Krakus the dragon-slayer, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, "Kaiser soup", the influence of Oriental fashion, and much more...Join The Rest Is History Club (www.restishistorypod.com) for ad-free listening to the full archive, weekly bonus episodes, live streamed shows and access to an exclusive chatroom community.Twitter: @TheRestHistory @holland_tom @dcsandbrook Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Expresso Ilustrada
Copa 2022: como Qatar tenta limpar imagem, sob protestos de artistas

Expresso Ilustrada

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 23:44


A cerimônia de abertura da Copa do Mundo deste ano, no Qatar, teve como tema a diversidade. O ator Morgan Freeman e o influenciador Ghanim Al Muftah mencionaram os valores durante as falas que protagonizaram na performance. Mas enquanto o evento falava em celebrar as diferenças, a fama do Qatar de autoritarismo conservador só crescia. Com leis que condenam a homossexualidade e um histórico de violações de direitos humanos, o país é alvo de críticas de vários movimentos sociais e instituições pelo mundo, o que fez boa parte dos estrangeiros criticarem a escolha do lugar como sede da Copa. No centro dessa polêmica, artistas como Dua Lipa, Shakira e Rod Stweart chamaram atenção ao se manifestarem contra a autocracia do país. Já nomes como Ludmilla e Nicki Minaj foram criticados por fecharem acordos atrelados ao evento.  O Expresso Ilustrada desta semana discute o impacto do posicionamento de artistas e celebridades diante das polêmicas envolvendo o maior evento de futebol do mundo e como as leis conservadoras do país impactam o mundo da arte.  O episódio ouve o jornalista Diogo Bercito, que foi correspondente da Folha no Oriente Médio e é autor do blog Orientalíssimo, e com o Silas Martí, que é editor do núcleo de cultura da Folha e foi à Doha para analisar o que há por trás da arquitetura do Qatar.  Com novos episódios todas as quintas, às 16h, o Expresso Ilustrada discute música, cinema, literatura, moda, teatro, artes plásticas e televisão. A edição de som é de Raphael Concli. A apresentação é de Marina Lourenço e Laura Lewer, que assinam o roteiro.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mundofonías
Mundofonías 2022 #83: Música de la humanidad / Music of mankind

Mundofonías

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 57:56


Disfrutamos los encuentros musicales de artistas de origen muy diverso (Anatolia, Bengala, Bélgica, España…) que se dan cita en el proyecto «Manush music» (‘música del ser humano, de la humanidad’). Continuamos con Taraf Syriana, recomponiendo la diversidad de la música de Siria a pesar de la guerra; con el descubrimiento de la música del pueblo adigués, desde el Cáucaso, y con conexiones flamencas (de Flandes) y orientales. We enjoy the musical encounters of artists of very diverse origins (Anatolia, Bengal, Belgium, Spain…) who come together in the project «Manush Music» (music of the human being, of mankind). We continue with Taraf Syriana, recomposing the diversity of Syrian music despite the war; with the discovery of the music of the Adyghe people, from the Caucasus, and with Flemish and Oriental connections. Dilruba Trio – Dal dala – Manush music, vol.1 [V.A.] Gül Çiçek Bakır – Wano – Manush music, vol.1 [V.A.] Raphaël De Cock – Web of thoughts – Manush music, vol.1 [V.A.] Eren Üren, Emre Gültekin – Aldanma gönül – Manush music, vol.1 [V.A.] Malabika Brahma, Jean-Christophe Renault – Smell of India – Manush music, vol.1 [V.A.] Taraf Syriana – Al maya – Taraf Syriana Damir Guagov & Asker Sapiev – Adyge makame zekhet – Adyge oredyzhkher Damir Guagov & Asker Sapiev – Ulyapem yaored – Adyge oredyzhkher Toasaves – Als ik zou sterven – Zwerver Imagen / Image: Taraf Syriana (📸 Nelu Barca)

KSL Greenhouse
Oriental Vines

KSL Greenhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 17:02


Welcome to The KSL Greenhouse Show! Hosts Maria Shilaos and Taun Beddes tackle your gardening questions, talk plants, and offer tips for an amazing yard. Listen Saturdays 8am to 11am at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, kslnewsradio.com, or on the KSL Newsradio App. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at @kslgreenhouse. #KSLGreenhouse  Listeners want to know if clematis plants can be kept alive indoors until planting them in the Spring. Matt has two rose bushes that he doesn't know how to prune and is looking for tips. Bart calls in with a suggestion the Plant of the Week.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

One Decision
Is China's economy in trouble?

One Decision

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 48:39


China's imports and exports jolted to a halt earlier this month - marking the first contraction since the pandemic struck in 2020. At a time of worldwide surging inflation and central banks everywhere raising interest rates to painful levels, the “miracle of growth” that powered much of the world's prosperity these last two decades is causing growing concern. For the second installment of our three-part series looking in depth at China at a crossroads, One Decision considers the economic crises that could be facing the country - and the world. George Magnus, former Chief Economist at UBS, now author and research associate at the China Centre, Oxford University, and the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, explores whether China can bounce back in the coming months.

Inside The War Room
China After Mao: The Rise of a Superpower

Inside The War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 52:44


Today's guest, Frank Dikötter, comes on to chat about the impact that Mao had on China and how the People's Republic of China has navigated the global political landscape since his death. Links from the show:* China After Mao: The Rise of a Superpower* Connect with Frank* Connect with Ryan on Twitter* Subscribe to the newsletterAbout my Guest:Frank Dikötter is the author of the People's Trilogy, a series of books that document the impact of communism on the lives of ordinary people in China on the basis of new archival material. The first volume, entitled Mao's Great Famine: The History of China's Most Devastating Catastrophe, won the 2011 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction, Britain's most prestigious book award for non-fiction. The second instalment, The Tragedy of Liberation: A History of the Chinese Revolution, 1945-1957, was short-listed for the Orwell Prize in 2014. The Cultural Revolution: A People's History, 1962-1976 concludes the trilogy and was short-listed for the PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize in 2017. His last book is entitled China after Mao: The Rise of a Superpower.Frank has been Chair Professor of Humanities at the University of Hong Kong since 2006. Before coming to Hong Kong he was Professor of the Modern History of China at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.Born in the Netherlands in 1961, he was educated in Switzerland  and graduated from the University of Geneva with a Double Major in History and Russian. After two years in the People's Republic of China, he moved to London where he obtained his PhD in History from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in 1990. He stayed at SOAS as British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow and as Wellcome Research Fellow before being promoted to a personal chair as Professor of the Modern History of China in 2002. His research and writing has been funded by over 2 US$ million in grants from various foundations, including, in Britain, the Wellcome Trust, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, The Economic and Social Research Council and, in Hong Kong, the Research Grants Council and the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation. He holds an honorary doctorate from Leiden University and is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution.He has published a dozen books that have changed the ways historians view modern China, from the classic The Discourse of Race in Modern China (1992) to China before Mao: The Age of Openness (2007). His work has been translated into twenty languages. Frank Dikötter is married and lives in Hong Kong. Get full access to Dispatches from the War Room at dispatchesfromthewarroom.substack.com/subscribe

Alan Watts Podcast
Relevance of Oriental Philosophy 1 of 4

Alan Watts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 15:51


You are listening to a sample of The Essential Lecture‪s of Alan Watts.

UCL Minds
Sustaining Vanishing Cultures in Domaniç, Turkey - A Conversation with Olcay Muslu Gardner

UCL Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 33:57


Listen to Dr Olcay Muslu Gardner speak about musical traditions, sustainability and the scholarship she undertook at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). Dr Olcay is assistant professor at the Mustafa Kemal Hatay University, Turkey. She is the first recipient of the Visiting Scholars Scheme to be jointly supported by the British Institute at Ankara. Her work is concerned with identifying dimensions of sustainability for traditional music in the region of Sanlurfa, Turkey. The visiting scholarship enabled her to conduct research at UK academic libraries and to develop relationships with traditional Turkish music groups in and around London. For more information and to access the transcript: www.ucl.ac.uk/nahrein/achievements-2017-21/past-visiting-scholars/transcript-conversation-olcay-muslu-gardner Date of episode recording: 2019-10-01 Duration: 00:33:57 Language of episode: English Presenter: Mehiyar Kathem Guests: Olcay Muslu Gardner Producer: Mehiyar Kathem

SoulFull Veda
The Truth About Dharma, Doshas and Culture Appropriation in Ayurveda with Dr. Claudia Welch

SoulFull Veda

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 69:55


Dr Claudia Welch has been a lifelong student of life and medicine. She has practiced Āyurveda, has worked in Eastern medicine education, is licensed as Doctor of Oriental Medicine, and the author of Balance Your Hormones, Balance Your Life: Achieving Optimal Health and Wellness Through Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine and Western Science and, The Four Qualities of Effective Physicians: Practical Ayurvedic Wisdom for Modern Physicians. Dr. Welch has lectured internationally on Oriental medicine and Āyurveda, exploring how Eastern medicine applies to Women's Health, and today's reality in general. She has served on the teaching faculty of The Āyurvedic Institute, Kripalu School of Ayurveda, Southwest Acupuncture College, and Acupractice Seminars. She also, as demonstrated above, sometimes makes up statistics. But, when she does, readily admits it. In this episode we dive into: Intro Angelica: Eclipse cycles are really good for introspection,spiritual growth, silence and time with yourself. It is the best time to seek out spiritual knowledge and learn more about your subconscious programming. I am also excited to share with you next week what I am working on so please make sure to follow me on IG. How to evolve our dharma? Identifying your innermost essence Culture appropriation of Ayurveda How to know if your constitution changes How to tend to the divine Follow Dr. Claudia Welch on Instagram + Work with her here. Follow Angelica on Instagram + Facebook Join the Divine Feminine Healer Community on Facebook Apply for the Divine Feminine Business Academy

New Books in Literary Studies
Martin Fárek, "India in the Eyes of Europeans: Conceptualization of Religion in Theology and Oriental Studies" (Karolinum Press, Charles University, 2021)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:40


Martin Fárek's India in the Eyes of Europeans: Conceptualization of Religion in Theology and Oriental Studies (Karolinum Press, Charles University, 2021) is centred around the claim that although the research in Oriental and religious studies seemingly presents unbiased, objective interpretations of Indian traditions, it really puts forward distorted images which primarily reflect the researchers' own European culture. A thorough examination demonstrates to what extent Oriental studies as well as other humanities are still influenced by theological preconceptions. Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in History
Martin Fárek, "India in the Eyes of Europeans: Conceptualization of Religion in Theology and Oriental Studies" (Karolinum Press, Charles University, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:40


Martin Fárek's India in the Eyes of Europeans: Conceptualization of Religion in Theology and Oriental Studies (Karolinum Press, Charles University, 2021) is centred around the claim that although the research in Oriental and religious studies seemingly presents unbiased, objective interpretations of Indian traditions, it really puts forward distorted images which primarily reflect the researchers' own European culture. A thorough examination demonstrates to what extent Oriental studies as well as other humanities are still influenced by theological preconceptions. Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Martin Fárek, "India in the Eyes of Europeans: Conceptualization of Religion in Theology and Oriental Studies" (Karolinum Press, Charles University, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 54:40


Martin Fárek's India in the Eyes of Europeans: Conceptualization of Religion in Theology and Oriental Studies (Karolinum Press, Charles University, 2021) is centred around the claim that although the research in Oriental and religious studies seemingly presents unbiased, objective interpretations of Indian traditions, it really puts forward distorted images which primarily reflect the researchers' own European culture. A thorough examination demonstrates to what extent Oriental studies as well as other humanities are still influenced by theological preconceptions. Raj Balkaran is a scholar, online educator, and life coach. For information see rajbalkaran.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Modern Sage Podcast
Death Phobia, Yin & Yang, & How to Flow with Nature

The Modern Sage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 62:58


Leah Guy and Matthew Branham, MAcOM, LAc, discuss powerful topics based on finding the harmony within our lives, living in harmony with the breath, and overcoming the fear of death. Yin & Yang, breathing with nature, finding acceptance and flowing with the expansion and contraction and not forcing through or disrupting are part of this conversation. The breath dynamic happens every day, every season, with every breath, and as with Yin & Yang, the human body also functions seasonally, and part of our conversation is about how death has come to be perceived as a loss, a fear, and a negative occurrence. Perhaps nature has a different intention.To find out more about Leah, visit her website. To find out more about Matthew, visit his website. Matthew received his Master's degree in Acupuncture and Oriental medicine (M.Ac.O.M) from the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine where he was clinically trained in acupuncture modalities from mainland China, Taiwan, Japan, and even France. Matthew's Chinese herbal medicine training is broad and includes both classical and modern approaches. He is licensed as an acupuncturist and herbalist in the State of New Jersey and is certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).In addition to his acupuncture expertise Matthew has been a massage therapist specializing in Asian Bodywork therapy for over ten years. Matthew's passion is in facilitating patient's journey of healing on a holistic level. Recognizing and honoring that while we appear as separate individuals, in truth we are all deeply connected. Likewise, our mind, emotions, and body are not separate. Disease and pain are often more obvious symptoms of an underlying imbalance.

New Books in Literary Studies
Matthew W. King, "In the Forest of the Blind: The Eurasian Journey of Faxian's Record of Buddhist Kingdoms" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 98:00


What would an “anti-field history” of Buddhist Studies look like? What does the social history of knowledge look like when it both includes and exceeds the West/Nonwest binary, the ethnonational subject, the secular humanist gaze, and the moral narratives and metaphysical content of modernism? Matt W. King explores these critical questions and models innovative approaches in his second monograph, In the Forest of the Blind (Columbia University Press 2022), which uses Faxian's Record of Buddhist Kingdoms to expose “ecologies of interpretation” in both nineteenth-century European Orientalist scholarship and Inner Asian monastic cultures. Although Faxian's The Record of Buddhist Kingdoms (Foguoji) is a fifth-century CE travelogue about the Chinese Buddhist monk's journey into Central and South Asia, it later became the subject of Europe's first study of “Buddhist Asia” in the nineteenth century in Jean-Pierre Abel-Rémusat's Relation des Royaumes Bouddhiques, which was then translated from French into Mongolian by the Buryat scholar Dorji Banzarov, and then by the Mongolian monk Zava Damdin Lubsangdamdin from Mongolian into Tibetan. Tracing this fascinating history of trans-Eurasian circulation of knowledge production, King argues that “the circulatory history of Faxian's Record is not simply about Buddhist Asia forged in Europe into other places that were not Europe,” rather, the story is organized “by a chain of site-specific and differing orientations to knowledge itself – of treatments for traces of the past, of methodology.” In six creatively organized chapters, King discusses first discusses how Faxian's Record “orders time by means of space” in its early Chinese context, and then delves into the history of Orientalist Buddhist Studies showing how Abel-Rémusat's “poaching” of Qing sources facilitated the disciplining of Buddhist Asia into an object of a transregional science. In Chapters 3 and 5, we see an inversion of the Orientalist gaze and learn about the reception and reinterpretation of Orientalist scholarship among the “Oriental” subjects themselves, who attempted to make sense of Buddhist history, geography, and Asia's place and time in the world through Faxian's Record, via Abel-Rémusat's translation and scholarship. Here, King shows us that Abel-Rémusat's science of Buddhist Asia was turned, or rather silenced, into chö-jung (history of the Dharma). Unlike models from world history and transcultural studies that tend to focus on movement, contact, and exchange, In the Forest of the Blind instead focuses innovatively on connected but place-bound interpreters who hardly knew of each other and “who began anew from the silence of analytical practices staged elsewhere.” As an example of an “anti-field history,” this book, in King's words, attempts “not to look past the fetish of the subject, but to find the disciplinary implications of centerless, overlapping, and mutually incomprehensible relations of knowledge-power that are coproductive but unbeholden to any specific relation of force (such as colonizer/colonized).” The aim of the book, King explains, is “to imagine new disciplinary futures in Buddhist and Asian studies by implicating the disciplinary present in a more diverse, global, subversive, and dispersed disciplinary past that is more attentive to negative space and absence than to impact or influence.” Ending the book with a complete, annotated English translation of the Tibetan version of Faxian's Record, which was translated from a Mongolian translation of the French translation of the Chinese original, In the Forest of the Blind provides the readers with rich notes about continuities and discrepancies across all four trans-Eurasian versions. Matthew King is an Associate Professor in Transnational Buddhism in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Riverside. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in East Asian Studies
Matthew W. King, "In the Forest of the Blind: The Eurasian Journey of Faxian's Record of Buddhist Kingdoms" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 98:00


What would an “anti-field history” of Buddhist Studies look like? What does the social history of knowledge look like when it both includes and exceeds the West/Nonwest binary, the ethnonational subject, the secular humanist gaze, and the moral narratives and metaphysical content of modernism? Matt W. King explores these critical questions and models innovative approaches in his second monograph, In the Forest of the Blind (Columbia University Press 2022), which uses Faxian's Record of Buddhist Kingdoms to expose “ecologies of interpretation” in both nineteenth-century European Orientalist scholarship and Inner Asian monastic cultures. Although Faxian's The Record of Buddhist Kingdoms (Foguoji) is a fifth-century CE travelogue about the Chinese Buddhist monk's journey into Central and South Asia, it later became the subject of Europe's first study of “Buddhist Asia” in the nineteenth century in Jean-Pierre Abel-Rémusat's Relation des Royaumes Bouddhiques, which was then translated from French into Mongolian by the Buryat scholar Dorji Banzarov, and then by the Mongolian monk Zava Damdin Lubsangdamdin from Mongolian into Tibetan. Tracing this fascinating history of trans-Eurasian circulation of knowledge production, King argues that “the circulatory history of Faxian's Record is not simply about Buddhist Asia forged in Europe into other places that were not Europe,” rather, the story is organized “by a chain of site-specific and differing orientations to knowledge itself – of treatments for traces of the past, of methodology.” In six creatively organized chapters, King discusses first discusses how Faxian's Record “orders time by means of space” in its early Chinese context, and then delves into the history of Orientalist Buddhist Studies showing how Abel-Rémusat's “poaching” of Qing sources facilitated the disciplining of Buddhist Asia into an object of a transregional science. In Chapters 3 and 5, we see an inversion of the Orientalist gaze and learn about the reception and reinterpretation of Orientalist scholarship among the “Oriental” subjects themselves, who attempted to make sense of Buddhist history, geography, and Asia's place and time in the world through Faxian's Record, via Abel-Rémusat's translation and scholarship. Here, King shows us that Abel-Rémusat's science of Buddhist Asia was turned, or rather silenced, into chö-jung (history of the Dharma). Unlike models from world history and transcultural studies that tend to focus on movement, contact, and exchange, In the Forest of the Blind instead focuses innovatively on connected but place-bound interpreters who hardly knew of each other and “who began anew from the silence of analytical practices staged elsewhere.” As an example of an “anti-field history,” this book, in King's words, attempts “not to look past the fetish of the subject, but to find the disciplinary implications of centerless, overlapping, and mutually incomprehensible relations of knowledge-power that are coproductive but unbeholden to any specific relation of force (such as colonizer/colonized).” The aim of the book, King explains, is “to imagine new disciplinary futures in Buddhist and Asian studies by implicating the disciplinary present in a more diverse, global, subversive, and dispersed disciplinary past that is more attentive to negative space and absence than to impact or influence.” Ending the book with a complete, annotated English translation of the Tibetan version of Faxian's Record, which was translated from a Mongolian translation of the French translation of the Chinese original, In the Forest of the Blind provides the readers with rich notes about continuities and discrepancies across all four trans-Eurasian versions. Matthew King is an Associate Professor in Transnational Buddhism in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Riverside. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books Network
Matthew W. King, "In the Forest of the Blind: The Eurasian Journey of Faxian's Record of Buddhist Kingdoms" (Columbia UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 98:00


What would an “anti-field history” of Buddhist Studies look like? What does the social history of knowledge look like when it both includes and exceeds the West/Nonwest binary, the ethnonational subject, the secular humanist gaze, and the moral narratives and metaphysical content of modernism? Matt W. King explores these critical questions and models innovative approaches in his second monograph, In the Forest of the Blind (Columbia University Press 2022), which uses Faxian's Record of Buddhist Kingdoms to expose “ecologies of interpretation” in both nineteenth-century European Orientalist scholarship and Inner Asian monastic cultures. Although Faxian's The Record of Buddhist Kingdoms (Foguoji) is a fifth-century CE travelogue about the Chinese Buddhist monk's journey into Central and South Asia, it later became the subject of Europe's first study of “Buddhist Asia” in the nineteenth century in Jean-Pierre Abel-Rémusat's Relation des Royaumes Bouddhiques, which was then translated from French into Mongolian by the Buryat scholar Dorji Banzarov, and then by the Mongolian monk Zava Damdin Lubsangdamdin from Mongolian into Tibetan. Tracing this fascinating history of trans-Eurasian circulation of knowledge production, King argues that “the circulatory history of Faxian's Record is not simply about Buddhist Asia forged in Europe into other places that were not Europe,” rather, the story is organized “by a chain of site-specific and differing orientations to knowledge itself – of treatments for traces of the past, of methodology.” In six creatively organized chapters, King discusses first discusses how Faxian's Record “orders time by means of space” in its early Chinese context, and then delves into the history of Orientalist Buddhist Studies showing how Abel-Rémusat's “poaching” of Qing sources facilitated the disciplining of Buddhist Asia into an object of a transregional science. In Chapters 3 and 5, we see an inversion of the Orientalist gaze and learn about the reception and reinterpretation of Orientalist scholarship among the “Oriental” subjects themselves, who attempted to make sense of Buddhist history, geography, and Asia's place and time in the world through Faxian's Record, via Abel-Rémusat's translation and scholarship. Here, King shows us that Abel-Rémusat's science of Buddhist Asia was turned, or rather silenced, into chö-jung (history of the Dharma). Unlike models from world history and transcultural studies that tend to focus on movement, contact, and exchange, In the Forest of the Blind instead focuses innovatively on connected but place-bound interpreters who hardly knew of each other and “who began anew from the silence of analytical practices staged elsewhere.” As an example of an “anti-field history,” this book, in King's words, attempts “not to look past the fetish of the subject, but to find the disciplinary implications of centerless, overlapping, and mutually incomprehensible relations of knowledge-power that are coproductive but unbeholden to any specific relation of force (such as colonizer/colonized).” The aim of the book, King explains, is “to imagine new disciplinary futures in Buddhist and Asian studies by implicating the disciplinary present in a more diverse, global, subversive, and dispersed disciplinary past that is more attentive to negative space and absence than to impact or influence.” Ending the book with a complete, annotated English translation of the Tibetan version of Faxian's Record, which was translated from a Mongolian translation of the French translation of the Chinese original, In the Forest of the Blind provides the readers with rich notes about continuities and discrepancies across all four trans-Eurasian versions. Matthew King is an Associate Professor in Transnational Buddhism in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Riverside. 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