Dr. Charlie W. Starr returns to the show to speak about his latest book, "The Lion's Country: C.S. Lewis's Theory of the Real"...
How did the Mississippi State Medical Association (MSMA) defeat 11 scope of practice expansion bills in the last year? Get the secret to success and learn what's driving this legislative winning streak from Dr. Katherine Gantz Pannel—a psychiatrist in Oxford, Mississippi, and immediate past chair of the MSMA board of trustees. American Medical Association CXO Todd Unger hosts.
Mississippi State's win over Ole Miss last Thanksgiving saw both programs finish their seasons on opposite notes, Mississippi State winning its bowl and finishing ranked in the top 25, Ole Miss dropping its bowl game to lose five of its final six games. What will the 2023 edition of the Battle for the Golden Egg look like? It's time to start the Opponent Preview series with a look ahead to the annual clash between the Bulldogs and their hated rivals from Oxford. Brian Hadad of SportsTalk Mississippi and Robbie Faulk of 24/7 give you the best insight into Mississippi State athletics. We cover the Bulldogs like no one else. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM Brought to you by... Strange Brew Coffeehouse - https://strangebrewcoffeehouse.myshopify.com/ College Corner - https://collegecornerstore.com/ Restaurant Tyler - https://www.eatlocalstarkville.com/restaurant-tyler Mississippi Beef Council - https://www.msbeef.org/ Two Brothers - https://www.twobrotherssmokedmeats.com/ Advantage Business Systems - https://www.absms.com/ The Rogue - https://www.therogue.com/ PriorityOne Bank - https://priorityonebank.com/ Dolce Gelato Treats - https://www.facebook.com/dolcestarkville/
Should Rory and Alastair switch allegiance to the Liberal Democrats? Why is there no happy news? What was handling the foot and mouth disease crisis like? Listen to Rory and Alastair answer these questions, plus Rory explains how he was approached by the Bullingdon Club at Oxford, Alastair reveals his university party trick, and much more in this week's Question Time.TRIP Plus:Become a member of The Rest Is Politics Plus to support the podcast, enjoy ad-free listening to both TRIP and Leading, benefit from discount book prices on titles mentioned on the pod, join our Discord chatroom, and receive early access to live show tickets and Question Time episodes. Just head to therestispolitics.com to sign up.Instagram:@restispoliticsTwitter:@RestIsPoliticsEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgProducers: Dom Johnson + Nicole MaslenExec Producers: Tony Pastor + Jack Davenport Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Artist Musquiqui Chihying brushes up the history of displaying sick and strong Asian bodies, from the Formosa Hamlet or human zoo at the Japan-British Exhibition in 1910, to COVID-19, both connected to their own contemporary exhibition in London's Tabula Rasa Gallery. Musquiqui Chihying's multimedia installation, ‘Too Loud a Dust', delves into two events from 1910: the construction of t he Formosa Hamlet by the Japanese Empire at the Japanese-British Exhibition in London, and the publication of ‘Diseases of China' by the British missionary James Laidlaw Maxwell. With soil ‘stolen' from the Japanese Garden, which remains in White City today, and dust from the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, he considers how indigenous Korean and Ainu Japanese bodies were represented then and now, and how transparent glass used to separate - and - other viewers and subjects. The artist connects the contemporary and the historic, sharing how archive colonial postcards recalled the Dragonball cards he collected in his home in Taiwan, his pan-Asian influences including the Japanese proto-feminist poet, Masano Akiko, and why his research during the COVID pandemic, revealed continued racism and prejudices against Asian people, and contemporary ‘neocolonialism' between China and Africa. Cleaning a museum may be a necessary task, but the dust in display cabinets also carries valuable information, challenging concepts of ‘purity', and how anthropology and natural history museums ‘function'. Musquiqui Chihying: Too Loud A Dust runs at the Tabula Rasa Gallery in London until 29 June 2023. WITH: Musquiqui Chihying, contemporary visual artist based in Taipei and Berlin. Specialising in the use of multimedia such as film and sound, he investigates the human and environmental system in the age of global capitalisation, and contemporary social culture in the Global South. ART: ‘Too Loud a Dust, Musquiqui Chihying (2023)'. IMAGE: Installation View. PRODUCER: Jelena Sofronijevic. Follow EMPIRE LINES on Twitter: twitter.com/jelsofron/status/1306563558063271936 And Instagram: instagram.com/empirelinespodcast Support EMPIRE LINES on Patreon: patreon.com/empirelines
Ryan discusses the nature and character of the love that fulfills all law."True love, real love, the love that fulfills all law, is made up of three defining characteristics: selflessness, edification, and unconditionality."About Ryan, Host of Thinker Sensitive:Ryan Ragozine is the host of Thinker Sensitive. He is passionate about ecumenical dialogue, inter-religious dialogue, and worldview engagement. He is a major proponent of civil discourse, free thinking, free speech, and ethical communication. Ryan has always been preoccupied with big ideas and big questions. He holds a B.A. in Theology and an M.A. in Philosophy. While in seminary, Ryan had the privilege of studying under Michael Peterson, editor and author of several philosophy of religion texts published by Cambridge, Oxford, and the University of Notre Dame—most notably in the subcategories of religion and science, the problem of evil, and C.S. Lewis scholarship. Ryan and his wife are huge advocates of Christian hospitality, running a house church that welcomed people from all different backgrounds and belief systems for about five years before eventually taking over at Thinker Sensitive.Links: Website: https://www.thinkersensitive.com YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@thinkersensitive1752 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/thinkersensitive Instagram Account: https://www.instagram.com/thinkersensitive/ Twitter Handle: https://twitter.com/ThinkerSen
Top headlines for Wednesday, June 7, 2023In this episode, we discuss the news of Mike Pence's 2024 presidential bid, the mysterious sonic boom heard in Washington, D.C., and the backlash surrounding a street preacher's Cash App account. We also dive into Mike Stone's endorsement within the Southern Baptist Convention, as well as student expulsions at the University of Oxford due to misgendering.Subscribe to this Podcast Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Overcast Follow Us on Social Media @ChristianPost on Twitter Christian Post on Facebook @ChristianPostIntl on Instagram Subscribe on YouTube Get the Edifi App Download for iPhone Download for Android Subscribe to Our Newsletter Subscribe to the Freedom Post, delivered every Monday and Thursday Click here to get the top headlines delivered to your inbox every morning! Links to the News Mike Pence enters 2024 presidential race | Politics News 4 things to know about the sonic boom, plane crash | U.S. News Trump appointee rules ban on drag shows for kids unconstitutional | Politics News Oklahoma greenlights first religious charter school in US | U.S. News Street preacher claims Cash App closed his account | U.S. News 60 Michigan churches leave UMC amid LGBT schism | Church & Ministries News Chi Alpha 'spiritual mentor' arrested for abusing boys | Church & Ministries News Mike Stone gets surprising endorsement for SBC presidential bid | Church & Ministries News Richard Dawkins signs statement opposing transgender ideology | World News Oxford college may expel students for misgendering trans peers | World News
Follow Jimmy:TwitterSubstackInstagramYouTubeJimmy's Jobs WebsiteToday Jimmy is joined by Professor of Machine Learning at Oxford University, Michael Osborne who has been studying AI for two decades.During this episode, we explore how the workforce could be impacted, media fear-mongering, and how we can embrace possibilities with AI.Professor Michael Osborne is the Co-Founder of Mind Foundry an Oxford spinout that builds AI solutions to help organisations in the public and private sectors tackle high-stakes problems responsiblySubscribe so you don't miss any new episodes, releasing every Wednesday.You can sign up to Jimmy's Substack here for weekly content on the future of work, technology, and politicsFor more information on partnering with us please visit our partnerships page here.Also make sure you subscribe to The Shift, you can find it here on Spotify or on Apple Podcasts.
In the eighth episode of this monthly conversation series Grant Scott speaks with editor, writer and curator of photography Bill Shapiro. In an informal conversation each month Grant and Bill comment on the photographic environment as they see it. This month they reflect on photography and artificial intelligence in a rigorous discussion dealing with the impact AI is and will have on the future of photography. Bill Shapiro Bill Shapiro served as the Editor-in-Chief of LIFE, the legendary photo magazine; LIFE's relaunch in 2004 was the largest in Time Inc. history. Later, he was the founding Editor-in-Chief of LIFE.com, which won the 2011 National Magazine Award for digital photography. Shapiro is the author of several books, among them Gus & Me, a children's book he co-wrote with Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and, What We Keep, which looks at the objects in our life that hold the most emotional significance. A fine-art photography curator for New York galleries and a consultant to photographers, Shapiro is also a Contributing Editor to the Leica Conversations series. He has written about photography for the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, the Atlantic, Vogue, and Esquire, among others. Every Friday — more or less — he posts about under-the-radar photographers on his Instagram feed, where he's @billshapiro. Dr.Grant Scott After fifteen years art directing photography books and magazines such as Elle and Tatler, Scott began to work as a photographer for a number of advertising and editorial clients in 2000. Alongside his photographic career Scott has art directed numerous advertising campaigns, worked as a creative director at Sotheby's, art directed foto8magazine, founded his own photographic gallery, edited Professional Photographer magazine and launched his own title for photographers and filmmakers Hungry Eye. He founded the United Nations of Photography in 2012, and is now a Senior Lecturer and Subject Co-ordinator: Photography at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, and a BBC Radio contributor. Scott is the author of Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained (Routledge 2014), The Essential Student Guide to Professional Photography (Routledge 2015), New Ways of Seeing: The Democratic Language of Photography (Routledge 2019), and What Does Photography Mean To You? (Bluecoat Press 2020). His photography has been published in At Home With The Makers of Style (Thames & Hudson 2006) and Crash Happy: A Night at The Bangers (Cafe Royal Books 2012). His film Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay was premiered in 2018. © Grant Scott 2023
Have you ever wondered why you get cold chills and tingles when spirit is around? What if that is just the electromagnetic field of an EMS, electromagnetic soul, that is inter phasing with you and all of life? Joining this episode of Psychic Evolution is Mark Anthony, JD Psychic Explorer, a world renowned fourth generation psychic medium who communicates with spirit. Mark's newest book, THE AFTERLIFE FREQUENCY: The Scientific Proof of Spiritual Contact and How That Awareness Will Change Your Life, brings to light a new language and a new understanding of quantum physics and spirituality in action. In addition to being an author, lawyer, paranormal expert, near-death experience researcher, you will find Mark appearing on TV, Radio, headlining conferences, and exploring supernatural phenomenon and Ancient Ruins. Topics discussed in this episode: Mark growing up in a family of psychic mediums Mark's near death experience Mark's aunt Marjorie being committed to an institution because of her prophetic gifts How EMS interphases with electromagnetic technology Example of mediumship reading with evidential proof of quantum physics How the term Medium replaced the title, Sensitive Everyone is capable of having psychic and mediumship experiences How Mark feels electromagnetic frequencies How to define the parameters of spirit contact How spirit comes through to connect with others when Mark is out in public Offering a message from a grandfather to a worker at a store Offering a message to a woman from her late mother while at a Catholic Church Witch of Endor in the Bible Joan of Arc, St. Francis, St. Clair The prophecy of Joseph for the Egyptian Pharaoh Chi's constants of change, energy, love, consciousness, soul's evolution Hindu's faith that focuses on the eternal soul Suicide and what happens to souls after suicide 911 and Mark's second book, Evidence of Eternity Mark's friend, Billy, who committed suicide Mark's first book, Never Letting Go What is the collective consciousness Jamie's experience of connecting to the oneness Mark's experience of connecting to the oneness About Mark Anthony: Mark Anthony, JD Psychic Explorer/Psychic Lawyer, world renowned psychic medium, Oxford educated attorney, near-death experience researcher, paranormal expert and legal analyst appears internationally on TV and radio and headlines at conferences and expos. This Psychic Explorer may be found lecturing at an Ivy League University about Quantum Physics one day, and the next off to mystical locations in remote corners of the world to explore Ancient Ruins and Supernatural Phenomena. Mark is a VIP Executive Contributor for Best Holistic Life Magazine, and author of three bestselling books. His latest, The Afterlife Frequency is a riveting story driven exploration taking you around the globe, from the cosmic to the subatomic, into the human soul itself. The Afterlife Frequency won the 2022 COVR Award, 2022 OMMIE Award, 2022 Best Holistic Life Magazine Award and has been endorsed by the world's top Survival of Consciousness scientists and designated by PrettyProgressive.com as one of the top books about faith in God and was considered for a Pulitzer Prize. Resources: Mark Anthony's website: https://www.afterlifefrequency.com/ Psychic Evolution: Join our Monthly Training Sessions or become a Psychic Evolution Mystery School Inner Eye Member here. For further information and resources on this topic and more, visit our website here. To listen to more episodes, head to Apple Podcasts! Connect with Jamie and Maggie: Facebook Instagram YouTube TikTok
Dr. Tammy sits down with psychologist and New York Times best-selling author Dr. Rick Hanson to talk about communication, appreciation, cultivating erotic interest, and Rick's latest book, Making Great Relationships.DR. TAMMY WANTS TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS about Sex, Love & Relationship and help you with your Trouble with Sex. Send your questions to email@example.com.OUR GUESTRick Hanson, Ph.D., is a psychologist, Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center, and New York Times best-selling author. His seven books have been published in 31 languages and include Making Great Relationships, Neurodharma, Resilient, Hardwiring Happiness, Just One Thing, Buddha's Brain, and Mother Nurture – with over a million copies in English alone. He's the founder of the Global Compassion Coalition and the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, as well as the co-host of the Being Well podcast – which has been downloaded over 9 million times. His free newsletters have 250,000 subscribers, and his online programs have scholarships available for those with financial needs. He's lectured at NASA, Google, Oxford, and Harvard. An expert on positive neuroplasticity, his work has been featured on CBS, NPR, the BBC, and other major media. He began meditating in 1974 and has taught in meditation centers worldwide. He and his wife live in northern California and have two adult children. He loves the wilderness and taking a break from emails. INTERESTED IN BECOMING A CERTIFIED AS A SEX THERAPIST?Visit ISTI - Integrative Sex Therapy Institute. If you are already a therapist, find out how to receive your AASECT Sex Therapist Certification. Or, elevate your practice in relational psychotherapy by earning the new Certified Sex and Couples Therapist designation (CSCT). AASECT and CSCT renewal and re-certification classes are also offered. THE TROUBLE WITH SEX RESOURCES, REFERENCES & INFOCHECK OUT DR. T'S BOOK - OPEN MONOGAMY!· To read more about how to improve your sex life, check out Dr. Tammy's Getting the Sex You Want: Shed Your Inhibitions and Reach New Heights of Passion Together.· Learn more about love, marriage, monogamy and how to redefine your commitment to each other in Dr. Tammy's TEDX talk - The New MonogamyFollow us on Instagram @thetroublewithsex and doctor_tammynelson.
We live in a loud world that's getting louder. We encounter noise all around us—from the chatter of polite conversations, to street noise in a big city, to the constant intrusion of the dings of notifications. But what is all of this noise doing to us, and what does it mean to find quiet in the midst of it? In fact, what is silence, anyway? How can it affect our minds, our bodies, and our relationships? Harvard and Oxford trained policymaker Justin Zorn and NASA consultant Leigh Marz join host Ron Steslow to discuss their new book, Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise (02:33) Leigh and Justin's backgrounds (07:04) Why they began practicing silence in their own lives (12:50) Why silence feels scary (18:30) What is noise? (22:12) Internal silence is what people think it is (30:19) The connection between noise and rigid thinking (37:27) The historical significance of silence You should read Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise : http://bit.ly/3UIGJU2 FollowJustin, Leigh, and Ron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustinZorn https://twitter.com/LeighMarz https://twitter.com/RonSteslow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We live in a loud world that's getting louder. We encounter noise all around us—from the chatter of polite conversations, to street noise in a big city, to the constant intrusion of the dings of notifications. But what is all of this noise doing to us, and what does it mean to find quiet in the midst of it? In fact, what is silence, anyway? How can it affect our minds, our bodies, and our relationships? Harvard and Oxford trained policymaker Justin Zorn and NASA consultant Leigh Marz join host Ron Steslow to discuss their new book, Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise (02:38) What we can all learn from how the Amish evaluate new technology (07:25) The attention economy and why it's not working for us (13:44) Understanding “ma” and how we can use it to resolve conflict (22:14) Using quality over quantity to measure productivity (26:26) Ways to incorporate silence in your everyday life (35:35) Silence and expanded states of consciousness using psychedelics You should read Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise : http://bit.ly/3UIGJU2 FollowJustin, Leigh, and Ron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustinZorn https://twitter.com/LeighMarz https://twitter.com/RonSteslow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, David engages in a deep conversation with Dr. Myron Rolle, a neurosurgeon, author, and former NFL player. David and Dr. Rolle discuss the power of incremental daily improvements, which form the foundation of Dr. Rolle's new book, "The 2% Way: How a Philosophy of Small Improvements Took Me to Oxford, the NFL, and Neurosurgery." They explore the challenges Dr. Rolle faced during the NFL draft and his transition into academia via the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. The discussion offers valuable insights on common pitfalls that can hamper potential, and practical strategies for overcoming distractions, maintaining focus, and promoting consistent personal and professional growth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Michael Farris Smith about his latest novel SALVAGE THIS WORLD. Michael Farris Smith is an award-winning writer whose novels have appeared on Best of the Year lists with Esquire, NPR, Southern Living, Garden & Gun, Book Riot, and numerous other outlets, and have been named Indie Next, Barnes & Noble Discover, and Amazon Best of the Month selections. He has also written the feature-film adaptations of his novels Desperation Road and The Fighter, titled for the screen as Rumble Through the Dark. He lives in Oxford, Mississippi, with his wife and daughters.
Join co-hosts Richard Coyne & Bill Zahller as they interview guests who left successful careers to pursue a different path on the Road Less Traveled Show! In this episode, we spend time with Terrie Schauer! Terrie has a Ph.D. in Communications and is a 3-time Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Champion! Terrie started investing in Real Estate while working on her Ph.D. and has grown property management and investing into a full-time career! A bit more about Terrie: Terrie has a Master's Degree from the University of Oxford in the UK and holds Ph.D. in Communication from Simon Fraser University in Canada. With 20+ years of experience as a Real Estate investor, Terrie is CEO & Founder of MyRoom Gestion, a property management and Real Estate consulting group based in Montreal, Canada. Terrie is the leading authority on applying mindfulness principles to Real Estate investing and has written the #1 bestselling book on the topic, Mindful Landlord. Terrie is also a 3-time Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Champion. Terrie coaches others on how to apply the warrior's mindset to Real Estate Investing. Contact Terrie: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: terrieschauer.com Website: mindfullandlord.com LinkedIn: in/terrieschauer/ Book: Mindful Landlord – How to Run Rental Property for Profit and Peace of Mind Podcast: The Real Estate Investor's Club Podcast Contact Bill Zahller Phone: 828-275-5035 Email: Bill@ParkCapitalPartnersLLC.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/billzahller Contact Richard Coyne Phone: 404-245-9732 Email: Richard@ParkCapitalPartnersLLC.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/richardjcoyne If you would like to learn more about: How Park Capital Partners connects investors with passive income-generating opportunities through real estate, Our Park Capital Value-Add Fund (a 506c fund), Our latest multifamily acquisitions, or The Park Capital Partners Foundation, Inc. (a 501(c)3 non-profit). Please contact Park Capital Partners LLC in the following ways: Website: ParkCapitalPartnersLLC.com Email us: info@ParkCapitalPartnersLLC.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ParkCapitalPartners/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/park-capital-partners-llc/ Music by Aliaksei Yukhnevich/Jamendo. Audio and Video Production by Kerry Webb of KLAW Machine Media. If you would like to be a guest on our show and have a “path change” story, please reach out to Richard at Richard@ParkCapitalPartnersLLC.com. We would love to chat with you!
Real Issues. Real Conversations. An Ohio Humanities Podcast.
County Lines is WYSO's series focusing on small towns and rural communities in the greater Dayton area. Funded by a grant from Ohio Humanities, Community Voices producer Renee Wilde travels down the highways and back roads to tell stories of country life that go beyond the stereotypes. This week, hear three short stories from County Lines about Ohio's rural-urban divide and the spaces in between. Listen to more stories from the series at wyso.org/county-lines.Act 1: Although the term Urban Sprawl was coined in the 1930's, by the ‘70's, it was a hot topic, as increasingly more rural areas, and farmland, were divided up and paved over into strip malls and subdivisions. This spreading ring around our cities where urban sprawl is happening is officially known as the Rural-Urban Fringe. Today on County Lines, producer Renee Wilde takes us there.Act 2: Looking out over the rolling farm fields from the front porch of his 94 acre farm in Gambier, located in Knox county, former Kenyon College professor and former Director of the Rural Life Center, Howard Sacks reflects on what the definition of rural character is, and what it means to him.Act 3: Steven Conn, the W.E. Smith Professor of History at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, is a regular contributor to the Dayton Daily News and the Huffington Post and a frequent lecturer in the US and around the world on a variety of topics. He's also the editor of Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective. His most recent book is Americans Against the City: Anti-Urbanism in the 20th Century. Today, he shares his thoughts about attitudes and public policy toward immigrants in southwest Ohio.And, later this year, join WYSO and Ohio Humanities again for the forthcoming series The Ohio Country. Native men and women from different tribes and their allies—plus teachers, artists, scholars, parents, landowners, foresters, young people, and historians, too—will tell their stories about the about the lands above the Ohio River, known as the Ohio Country. You can listen in this feed, at WYSO.org, ohiohumanities.org, and in all those other places where you get podcasts.
We wrap up "Out of the Silent Planet" with a twist...
Material Matters with Grant Gibson
Ndidi Ekubia creates extraordinary, almost liquid-looking, vessels from silver. She graduated from the University of Wolverhampton in 1995, before going on to the Royal College of Art. Since then, her work has been shown internationally at exhibitions such as TEFAF in Maastricht, Masterpiece in London, and Pavilion of Art & Design in New York.Her pieces are held in Winchester Cathedral, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum and The Asmolean Museum in Oxford. Currently, she has a series of vessels in Mirror Mirror, a new exhibition at Chatsworth House that also contains furniture, lighting, ceramics, and sculpture from designers such as Fernando Laposse, Samuel Ross, Faye Toogood, and Ettore Sottsass. Ndidi was awarded an MBE in 2017 for services to silversmithing. In this episode we talk about: why she loves silver; the rhythm that lies behind her process; listening to the metal and trying not to ‘torture' her material; silver's memory; the importance of function; the African influence in her pieces; wanting to leave Manchester as a child but returning as an adult; her early love of Lowry; discovering metal as a student; having her work reassessed in the wake of Black Lives Matter; and her relationship with her gallery, Adrian Sassoon.We are delighted that the headline sponsor for this series of the podcast – and the Material Matters fair – is the brilliant lighting specialist, Bert Frank. For more details go to: bertfrank.co.ukSupport the show
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with James Costa about the life of Alfred Russel Wallace. They discuss the radical and revolutionary nature of Wallace, his inquisitiveness about nature since an early age, apprenticeship, trip to the Amazon, and scientific publications. They also talk about his trip to Asia, the interactions with Darwin, spiritualism, social justice, his legacy, and many more topics.James Costa is an entomologist and evolutionary biologist who is professor of biology and executive director Western Carolina University-Highlands Biological Station. He has co-taught in Harvard's summer Darwin program at the University of Oxford and has been a long-time Research Associate in entomology at Harvard's Museum of Comparative Zoology. His main interests and research are on Darwin, Wallace, and the history of evolutionary thinking. He is the author of numerous books including the most recent book, Radical By Nature: The Revolutionary Life of Alfred Russel Wallace. Website: https://jamestcosta.com/Twitter: @jimcostahbs This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit convergingdialogues.substack.com
On the Way to New Work - Der Podcast über neue Arbeit
Unser heutiger Gast ist ein international anerkannter Experte für Künstliche Intelligenz und Mitgründer von Merantix, einem Unternehmen, das KI-Forschung in praktische Anwendungen umsetzt. Er hat an renommierten Universitäten wie Oxford, Princeton und der ETH Zürich studiert, und schon mit 26 Jahren entwickelte er einen erfolgreichen Algorithmus zur Alterserkennung auf Grundlage von Fotos. Er hat nicht nur bei Merantix Pionierarbeit geleistet, sondern auch den AI Campus in Berlin mitbegründet, eine Drehscheibe für die KI-Community und seit mehreren Jahren Standort des Berliner Blackboat Büros. Zudem ist er Gründungsmitglied des Bundesverbandes der deutschen KI-Unternehmen und hat maßgeblich an der nationalen KI-Strategie Deutschlands mitgewirkt. Seine beeindruckende Laufbahn wurde durch die Aufnahme in die Forbes-Liste "30 unter 30" und die Capital-Liste "40 unter 40" gewürdigt. Mit seiner Erfahrung und seinem umfassenden Wissen in den Bereichen KI und Computer Vision freuen wir uns sehr, dass er uns heute hilft, die Entwicklungen, die sich momentan förmlich überschlagen, etwas einzuordnen. Seit sechs Jahren beschäftigen wir uns mit der Frage, wie Arbeit den Menschen stärkt - statt ihn zu schwächen. In mehr als 380 Folgen haben wir uns mit über 400 Menschen darüber unterhalten, was sich für sie geändert hat und was sich weiter ändern muss. KI wird unser Leben und die Arbeit wie wir sie kennen maßgeblich beeinflussen und wir freuen uns sehr darauf, uns mit dem Thema auseinanderzusetzen und die rasante Entwicklung nah zu begleiten. Wir suchen nach Methoden, Vorbildern, Erfahrungen, Tools und Ideen, die uns dem Kern von New Work näher bringen! Darüber hinaus beschäftigt uns von Anfang an die Frage, ob wirklich alle Menschen das finden und leben können, was sie im Innersten wirklich, wirklich wollen. Ihr seid bei On the Way to New Work - heute mit Rasmus Rothe
FRDH Podcast with Michael Goldfarb
To say Democracy is in crisis today is not hyperbole but people don't have an idea about fixing it. Forty years ago Oxford professor Maurice Pope saw the crisis coming and wrote a book about one possible solution. Needless to say the book couldn't find a publisher. Their attitude was crisis, what crisis? The manuscript was lost for forty years, rediscovered and has recently been published and in this FRDH podcast Michael Goldfarb talks with the author's son, Hugh Pope, about his father's big idea to bypass electoral politics and take democratic decision making back to the people.
Originally released to the public as a burst of audio podcasts over Christmas 2022, COVID Critical is a series of interviews with medical and legal professionals, government advisers, epidemiologists and activists, who had opposed elements of the COVID-19 regime. TPS now releases the unedited video of those interviews from our vaults, exclusively for our Patreon subscribers: https://www.patreon.com/posts/84070725/ Oxford epidemiologist and Great Barrington Declaration author Sunetra Gupta returns to TPS to discuss the 'immunity debt' hypothesis that the long impact of lockdown is making us sick now, the return of Strep A/Scarlet Fever as a killer in Britain, and whether US cities are right to demand a return to public masking. Sunetra speaks candidly about advising Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak and about how COVID could have been different with the principles of Jeremy Corbyn's 2019 manifesto. Help us develop The Popular Show and get extra shows at https://www.patreon.com/thepopularpod More ways to help us continue: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/thepopularshow https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thepopularshow https://cash.app/£ThePopularShow
In 1896 the British physician William Pringle Morgan published an account of “Percy,” a “bright and intelligent boy, quick at games, and in no way inferior to others of his age.” Yet, in spite of his intelligence, Percy had great difficulty learning to read. Percy was one of the first children to be described as having word-blindness, better known today as dyslexia. In Dyslexia: A History (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022), Philip Kirby and Margaret Snowling chart a journey that begins with Victorian medicine and continues to dyslexia's current status as the most globally recognized specific learning difficulty. In an engaging narrative style, Kirby and Snowling tell the story of dyslexia, examining its origins and revealing the many scientists, teachers, and campaigners who put it on the map. Through this history they explain current debates over the diagnosis of dyslexia and its impact on learning.For those who have lived experience of dyslexia, professionals who have supported them, and scholars of social history, education, psychology, and childhood studies, Dyslexia reflects on the place of literacy in society – whom it has benefited, and whom it has left behind. Philip Kirby is lecturer in social science, King's College London. Margaret J. Snowling is professor of psychology, University of Oxford, and president of St John's College. Shu Wan is currently matriculated as a doctoral student in history at the University at Buffalo. As a digital and disability historian, he serves in the editorial team of Digital Humanities Quarterly and Nursing Clio. On Twitter: @slissw. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine
In this episode, we discuss the subject of Gratitude, which according to the Oxford dictionary is ""the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness."" In our world today, unfortunately many are selfish people who lack the proper gratitude that the Bible teaches we should have. We will discuss: Reasons to be thankful and show gratitude Challenges of gratitude Putting gratitude into practice Answer questions submitted on this subject biblequestions.org
Join Mandy as she interviews Dr. Marie Shelton about the roots of alchemy in Ancient Britain and the various ways people can learn truth through the newest tour offered by Forbidden Adventure, "Grail Legend, The Knights Templar and Alchemical Traditions. Www.forbiddenadventure.com
In 1896 the British physician William Pringle Morgan published an account of “Percy,” a “bright and intelligent boy, quick at games, and in no way inferior to others of his age.” Yet, in spite of his intelligence, Percy had great difficulty learning to read. Percy was one of the first children to be described as having word-blindness, better known today as dyslexia. In Dyslexia: A History (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022), Philip Kirby and Margaret Snowling chart a journey that begins with Victorian medicine and continues to dyslexia's current status as the most globally recognized specific learning difficulty. In an engaging narrative style, Kirby and Snowling tell the story of dyslexia, examining its origins and revealing the many scientists, teachers, and campaigners who put it on the map. Through this history they explain current debates over the diagnosis of dyslexia and its impact on learning.For those who have lived experience of dyslexia, professionals who have supported them, and scholars of social history, education, psychology, and childhood studies, Dyslexia reflects on the place of literacy in society – whom it has benefited, and whom it has left behind. Philip Kirby is lecturer in social science, King's College London. Margaret J. Snowling is professor of psychology, University of Oxford, and president of St John's College. Shu Wan is currently matriculated as a doctoral student in history at the University at Buffalo. As a digital and disability historian, he serves in the editorial team of Digital Humanities Quarterly and Nursing Clio. On Twitter: @slissw. 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
In 1896 the British physician William Pringle Morgan published an account of “Percy,” a “bright and intelligent boy, quick at games, and in no way inferior to others of his age.” Yet, in spite of his intelligence, Percy had great difficulty learning to read. Percy was one of the first children to be described as having word-blindness, better known today as dyslexia. In Dyslexia: A History (McGill-Queen's UP, 2022), Philip Kirby and Margaret Snowling chart a journey that begins with Victorian medicine and continues to dyslexia's current status as the most globally recognized specific learning difficulty. In an engaging narrative style, Kirby and Snowling tell the story of dyslexia, examining its origins and revealing the many scientists, teachers, and campaigners who put it on the map. Through this history they explain current debates over the diagnosis of dyslexia and its impact on learning.For those who have lived experience of dyslexia, professionals who have supported them, and scholars of social history, education, psychology, and childhood studies, Dyslexia reflects on the place of literacy in society – whom it has benefited, and whom it has left behind. Philip Kirby is lecturer in social science, King's College London. Margaret J. Snowling is professor of psychology, University of Oxford, and president of St John's College. Shu Wan is currently matriculated as a doctoral student in history at the University at Buffalo. As a digital and disability historian, he serves in the editorial team of Digital Humanities Quarterly and Nursing Clio. On Twitter: @slissw. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Sometimes, the only way forward is backward. For instance, the modern obsession with “my personal truth.” The solution to this destructive force, according to author and podcast host Spencer Klavan, lies in ancient wisdom and the timeless question, “How is that working out for you?” Spencer joins Glenn to apply his expertise in classic literature and philosophy to the enigmas and culture wars of today, from the hubris of atheism to the rot of academia. And with a Ph.D. from Oxford, he knows a thing or two about academics. He walks Glenn through how the innovations of science have led to the religion of science, which in turn has bred horrors. He explains why he says, “Transgenderism is transhumanism.” And as a gay man, he responds to the destruction of truth in the name of people like him, including the possibility that Pride Month could be used to paint any dissenters as “Christian nationalists.” Spencer also walks Glenn through the big ideas in his latest book, “How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises.” But, despite it all, there's room for hope, he says. The decay of society may just be a great opportunity to make civilization better. SPONSORS: If you're one of the millions of Americans who suffer every day from pain, there is hope, and it comes in the form of Relief Factor. If you want a drug-free and natural way to get your life back, go to https://relieffactor.com or call 1-800-4-RELIEF to get the $19.95 three-week quick start. Go to https://BetterSpectacles.com/BECK now to schedule a Tele-Optical appointment. You don't even have to leave the comfort of your home. They're offering an introductory 61% off of their progressive eyewear plus free handcrafted Rodenstock frames. When you buy socks from https://grip6.com/BECK, you're supporting American ranchers and American manufacturers and getting a pair of socks that keep your feet warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Home title fraud is growing 2.5x faster than credit card fraud. You could be a victim and not even know it. Visit https://HomeTitleLock.com and use the promo code BECK to get 30 days of free protection. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The frontman of one of the biggest music acts of the 90's, Supergrass, Gaz was born in Oxford to a food scientist father and an English teaching mother. The family moved to San Francisco for a few of Gaz's formative years, before returning to Oxford and at 13, he met 15-year-old Danny Goffey on the school playing field and that was the beginning of musical history. Supergrass released six studio albums in their 17 years and famously turned down an offer from Stephen Spielberg for the band to do a Monkees style TV series. The band broke up in 2010 and although they reformed, and played Glastonbury last year, Gaz has been making critically acclaimed solo records and has just released his fourth album Turn the Car Around. Inherited: My Father's Name Is Dad by Fire Passing on: Land by Patti Smith Producer: Ben Mitchell
Bo and Blake talk SEC football scheduling and recruiting in the first hour of the show live in the BankPlus Studio. Blake reacts to the breaking news out of the SEC as the league announced they are utilizing an eight game schedule for 2024, the first season that Texas and Oklahoma join the league. With national reporters taking shots at the SEC, Blake outlines why they're missing the bigger picture of why the league chose a one-off season of eight games instead of jumping straight to nine. As football recruiting heats up over the summer, Blake discusses the latest out of Starkville and Oxford as first-year head coach Zach Arnett makes a splash in Mississippi high school recruiting. In the SEC Insider Hit, Bo joins the show live on location reacting to the new SEC football schedule. Bo gives his thoughts on the league deciding to stick with an eight game schedule for a season but get rid of the East and West divisions. The guys discuss how neutral site games could affect scheduling for some teams in the league, and whether-or-not other programs could be forced to add a neutral site game to balance the schedule. Bo gives his prediction for who Ole Miss and MSU might pull as part of their eight game schedule in 2024, and why the league is using traditional rivalries to steer the decision. The guys discuss what the schedule change will mean for the two Mississippi programs in the short term. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Steve Diggle, ASM Distinguished Lecturer and Microbiology Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia and Dr. Freya Harrison, Associate Microbiology Professor at the University of Warwick in Coventry, U.K., discuss the science behind medieval medical treatments and the benefits of interdisciplinary research. Ashley's Biggest Takeaways Diggle and Harrison met in Oxford, where Harrison was finishing up her Ph.D. and Diggle was doing background research for his work studying evolutionary questions about quorum sensing. When Diggle began searching for a postdoc, Harrison, who had been conducting an independent fellowship at Oxford and studying social evolution, applied. The AncientBiotics Consortium is a group of experts from the sciences, arts and humanities, who are digging through medieval medical books in hopes of finding ancient solutions to today's growing threat of antibiotic resistance. The group's first undertaking was recreation and investigation of the antimicrobial properties of an ancient eyesalve described in Bald's Leechbook, one of the earliest known medical textbooks, which contains recipes for medications, salves and treatments. The consortium found that the eyesalve was capable of killing MRSA, a discovery that generated a lot of media attention and sparked expanded research efforts. The group brought data scientists and mathematicians into the consortium (work driven by Dr. Erin Connelly from the University of Warwick). Together, the researchers began scouring early modern and medieval texts and turning them into databases. The goal? To mathematically data mine these recipes see which ingredients were very often or non-randomly combined in ancient medical remedies. The group recently published work showing synergistic antimicrobial effects of acetic acid and honey. They are also working to pull out the active compounds from Bald's eyesalve and make a synthetic cocktail that could be added to a wound dressings. A 1,000-Year-Old Antimicrobial Remedy with Antistaphylococcal Activity. Medieval medicine: the return to maggots and leeches to treat ailments. A case study of the Ancientbiotics collaboration. Phase 1 safety trial of a natural product cocktail with antibacterial activity in human volunteers. Sweet and sour synergy: exploring the antibacterial and antibiofilm activity of acetic acid and vinegar combined with medical-grade honeys. Let us know what you thought about this episode by tweeting at us @ASMicrobiology or leaving a comment on facebook.com/asmfan.
Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast
Michael Macchiavello is the 2023 US Open Champion and is competing at Final X on Saturday, June 10. Mike was an NCAA champion for NC State. Enjoy! * PRESENTED BY THE FROG NINJA WRESTLING CLUB'S SUMMER CAMPS This episode is brought to you by the Frog Ninja Wrestling Camps, taking place June 27-29 (Lancaster, PA) and July 11-13 (Oxford, PA). If you live in PA and the surrounding areas, check out these camps! Register now at www.frogninjawrestlingclub.com
Suan talks to one of his classmates at Harvard University, Sea-Yun Pius Joung, who is also a brilliant Catholic thinker.
In this episode of More Human, (a noticeably jet-lagged) Dean Jordan sits down with Oxford scholar Dr. Michael Ward to discuss the significance of the twentieth-century author and thinker C. S. Lewis. The many topics discussed include the relevance of Lewis to those who don't share his religious convictions, the key to understanding The Chronicles of Narnia, and Lewis's insights into the costliness and necessity of love.
It's my pleasure to introduce my special guest, Anna Lundberg, on today's episode. We both have a passion for freedom. Anna's mission is to empower people to rethink their definition of success and design their career or business in a way that complements their lifestyle. She generously shares her personal journey leading up to the launch of her own company, and offers practical tips on how to successfully balance your business with other important aspects of your life. Anna Lundberg is the founder of One Step Outside, where she helps experienced professionals around the world design a career, a business and a lifestyle that brings them more freedom, flexibility, and fulfillment – outside of the conventional 9 to 5. Voted ‘most likely to succeed' and graduating top of her class aged 17, Anna studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford and then continued on to do a post-graduate degree in International Relations at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva. Having ‘ended up' in corporate marketing after her studies, she spent the formative years of her career in beauty and luxury brand management. Leaving her role at multinational Procter & Gamble to start her own company in 2013, she began her new entrepreneurial path by providing digital marketing consulting to well-known brands like Burberry through to exciting new start-ups and solopreneurs. Anna now combines her decade of experience in corporate marketing with her training in coaching and positive psychology techniques to help people reimagine the next phase of their career, with a blend of life coaching and business mentoring. She is the host of the Reimagining Success podcast and author of Leaving the Corporate 9 to 5 and, new in 2023, Outside of the 9 to 5. She's the mum of Sofia, almost three, and Zack, two and a half, and lives with her family by the sea on the south coast of England. Listen to the Reimagining Success® Podcast HERE! Go to Anna's website HERE! We're now enrolling in the Inner Feminine Beast™ Sales Academy with early adopter pricing, this 6-month program helps you reach your first 6-figures & beyond! Learn more HERE! Come join my complimentary Facebook group full of exclusive trainings, Sales Is Sexy & Simple, HERE! My podcast is officially top 2.5% globally ranked out of 3 million podcasts on iTunes! I'm looking for guests for 2023! Are you a 7-figure entrepreneur who wants to be featured? We're filling 2023 now. Email email@example.com to pitch! Stay tuned for new episodes every Monday and Thursday! Connect with me on Instagram & Facebook
Across the state, school districts have found it harder and harder to fill some positions as many educators leave the profession and fewer educators join the workforce in their place. After Manchester City Schools in Adams County could not get candidates to apply for a high school science teaching job, the superintendent asked Jeff Crask - who was working at Wal-Mart after retiring from teaching nearly a decade ago - to come back to his old classroom. Crask tells us why he agreed to fill the need, and why he's decided to stay on for another year.DIVE DEEPER | To learn more about recommendations from OEA members about solutions to address the growing teacher recruitment and retention crisis, click here. Featured Education Matters guest: Jeff Crask, Manchester Ohio River Educators member Jeff Crask returned to teaching at Manchester High School in Adams County for the 2022-2023 school year, after retiring from teaching in 2014. He has agreed to return to Manchester High School for the 2023-2024 school year, too. Crask served three years in the US Army, 1975-1978, as a Medical Specialist, Stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. After the Army, Crask earned his BS in Biology at Campbellsville University, Campbellsville, Kentucky, in 1984. Cabpbellsville University had about 600 students at the time. In 1986, he received an MS in Botany from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Before taking his first teaching job as a chemistry teacher at Knott County Central High School in Hindman, Kentucky, Crask was the overnight DJ at rock station WKQQ in Lexington, Kentucky, which he described as his dream job at the time. Crask described his first year of teaching at Knott County Central High School as a nightmare, saying "I didn't know much about Chemistry and I sure didn't know how to discipline students." Crask had a much better first year when he became a Biology/Chemistry Teacher at Manchester High School, where he taught from 1992 until 2014. He didn't know anyone when he moved to the area for the job, but enjoyed the small class sizes, especially. His biggest class had 20 students, while his Anatomy class only had five students. After 22 years at Manchester High School, Crask retired in 2014. He worked at Amazon and then Walmart. "I found out that I'm not very good at working really fast for 8-10 hours. Oh well," Crask said of the experience. In 2022, Crask says his former coworkers from Manchester High School kept asking him to come back and teach again, or the students weren't going to have a Biology teacher, so after some soul-searching he told them he would. Crask says he had a great year and will teach at least one more. "It was nice to use the science equipment again," he said. Crask has three grown children, James, Juliana, and Jack. James teaches Kindergarten in Portsmouth, Ohio! SUBSCRIBE | Click here to subscribe to Education Matters on Apple Podcasts or click here to subscribe on Google podcasts so you don't miss a thing. And don't forget you can listen to all of the previous episodes anytime on your favorite podcast platform, or by clicking here.Connect with OEA: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your feedback or ideas for future Education Matters topics Like OEA on Facebook Follow OEA on Twitter Follow OEA on Instagram Get the latest news and statements from OEA here Learn more about where OEA stands on the issues Keep up to date on the legislation affecting Ohio public schools and educators with OEA's Legislative Watch About us: The Ohio Education Association represents about 120,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio's schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives of Ohio's children. OEA members provide professional services to benefit students, schools, and the public in virtually every position needed to run Ohio's schools. Education Matters host Katie Olmsted serves as Media Relations Consultant for the Ohio Education Association. She joined OEA in May 2020, after a ten-year career as an Emmy Award winning television reporter, anchor, and producer. Katie comes from a family of educators and is passionate about telling educators' stories and advocating for Ohio's students. She lives in Central Ohio with her husband and two young children. This episode was recorded on May 22, 2023.
Episode: In this episode, Erin sits down with David Moffitt and a live audience at Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford to talk about David’s latest book on the atonement. This was […] The post David Moffitt – Rethinking the Atonement first appeared on OnScript.
Everything Is Better With Creators
Education is a fundamental human right, but it's not always easy for everyone to access. The high cost of education, lack of resources, and socio-economic factors can make it difficult for some students to pursue their academic dreams.On today's episode, we'll discuss how the Creator Economy is making education more accessible to underrepresented students.Our guest is creator Vee Kativhu, an education activist, YouTube visionary, and motivational speaker using social platforms to help empower unsupported and underrepresented students to reach their academic potential. As a graduate of the University of Oxford and Harvard University, Vee is no stranger to academic excellence. But she's also familiar with the struggles that come with trying to access education. We'll talk with Vee about how the Creator Economy is breaking down barriers in education and leveling the playing field for students who might not otherwise have access to the resources they need to succeed. In addition, Vee will share her insights on how social platforms can empower the next generation of leaders and create more equitable opportunities for all students. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
David chats with Jordan and Sean from the Lesser-Known Lewis podcast. They share their experience running a Lewis podcast, and also discuss Lewis' essays about space travel.
In the last episode of season three, Grace talks with Dr. Michael Lamb on the great African bishop and theologian, St. Augustine of Hippo, and the virtue of hope. Michael Lamb is the F. M. Kirby Foundation Chair of Leadership and Character, Executive Director of the Program for Leadership and Character, and Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Humanities at Wake Forest University. He is also a Research Fellow with the Oxford Character Project. He holds a Ph.D. in politics from Princeton University, a B.A. in political science from Rhodes College, and a second B.A. in philosophy and theology from the University of Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. An award-winning teacher, his research and teaching focus on leadership, character, and the role of virtues in public life. He is the author of A Commonwealth of Hope: Augustine's Political Thought (2022), which offers a bold new interpretation of Augustine's virtue of hope and its relevance for politics. His work has been published in leading academic journals across numerous disciplines. With the close of this season, if you'd like to support this podcast, please leave a review, share with a friend, or go to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/gracehamman to help keep OBWG ad-free and with a working microphone and website! Thank you for listening this season!