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Tipsy Tales
EP95 Prohibition Ghosts at Shakers Cigar Bar

Tipsy Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 78:05


Alma and Carlene bring in the New Year with a shot of tequila and talk…

History Daily
The Start of Prohibition

History Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 20:36


January 17, 1920. Prohibition officially goes into effect after the passage of the Volstead Act. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

This is Today
Martin Luther King Jr. Day

This is Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 10:00


This is Today features the stories that make this day unique. It's Monday, January 17, 2022, and here is what we talk about today:Martin Luther King Jr. DayNational Bootlegger's DayNational Hot Buttered Rum DayProhibitionBetty WhitePodcast of the day: Memeberable MoviesHelp to support this podcast and get Patreon only perks:Become a Patron for as low as $3 a month!Additional X Audio Podcasts:Subscribe to Learning MoreSubscribe to DIY For Business Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Real Humans By Gina Kaufmann
Carry Nation was right

Real Humans By Gina Kaufmann

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 11:19


For more than a century, Carry Nation's Prohibition rampages have inspired mockery. What we've missed, though, is the story of a disenfranchised person getting fed up and demanding more from the leaders charged with protecting her. "You wouldn't give me the vote," she said, "so I had to use a rock."

BrainStuff
Did Doctors Really Prescribe Alcohol During Prohibition?

BrainStuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 8:15


Doctors prescribed alcohol for centuries before modern medicine taught us its dangers, but this practice was really profitible during Prohibition. Learn more in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://history.howstuffworks.com/historical-events/ridiculous-history-when-doctors-prescribed-alcohol-during-prohibition.htm Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

American History Tellers
Billy the Kid | Born to Lose | 1

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 38:29


Henry McCarty was born in an Irish slum in New York City in 1859. By the time he died from a lawman's bullet twenty-one years later in New Mexico, he was notorious throughout the world under a different name: Billy the Kid.Born to a single, loving mother, young Henry was smart, charming and polite. But he soon faced tragic, devastating setbacks that sent him on a path from robbery to murder. Orphaned at 15, Henry was forced to survive on the western frontier, an unforgiving place where life was cheap. And he would soon become one of the most infamous outlaws in American history.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Better Help- American History Tellers Listeners get 10% OFF their first month at betterhelp.com/tellers!Sleep Number- Special offers for a Limited Time are available at sleepnumber.com/tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Untold Civil War
Season 3 Premiere: Civil War Whiskey Tasting with Kings County Distillery

Untold Civil War

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 49:32


Join myself and the folks behind Kings County Distillery as we discuss their wonderful brand and the history of whiskey distilling in NYC! Remember to always drink responsibly! See myself and good friend of the show Tony taste Kings County Empire Rye and other whiskies on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMMWxeF5zojtN8_NeWtyULw?view_as=subscriberMore on Kings Country Distillery here: https://www.kingscountydistillery.com/Music is graciously provided by Craig Duncan.This show is made possible by the support of our sponsors. Please check them out below.The Badge Maker, proudly carrying affordable, USA made products for reenactors, living history interpreters, and lovers of history. https://www.civilwarcorpsbadges.com/Civil War Trails is the world's largest 'Open Air Museum' offering over 1,350 sites across six states. Paddle to Frederick Douglass's birthplace, follow the Gettysburg Campaign turn-by-turn in your car, or hike to mountain tops where long forgotten earthworks and artillery positions await you. Follow Civil War Trails and create some history of your own. www.civilwartrails.org Military Images is America's only magazine dedicated solely to the study of portrait photographs of Civil War soldiers. In each quarterly issue of MI, readers find a mix of analysis, case studies, examinations of material culture and personal stories that offer a unique perspective on the human aspect of the Civil War. http://militaryimagesmagazine.com/Support the show:(The podcast receives monetary compensation from these options.)Make a one time donation of any amount here: https://www.paypal.me/supportuntoldCWMake a monthly payment through Patreon and get the most up to date news on the podcast! Also, if you choose the 2,3, or 4 tier, you'll be able to ask the experts questions ahead of time!https://www.patreon.com/user?u=51151470&fan_landing=trueCheck out Gentleman's Box! Get all the tools you need as a gentleman delivered to your door! From cuff links, to cologne, to fitness gear, they have it all!http://imp.i121497.net/KaPv7You can also support us by using Instacart! Hauling groceries can be a thing of the past! Have all your groceries delivered to your doorstep. Use the link below to start an account and you will be supporting this show at no extra cost to you!https://instacart.oloiyb.net/PPVYzCheck us out on Facebook and Instagram:https://www.facebook.com/untoldcivilwar/ https://www.instagram.com/untold_civil_war/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=51151470&fan_landing=true)

American History Tellers
Philippine-American War | The Path to Independence | 5

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 51:09


The Philippine-American War marked the emergence of America as a global power. But what has been the legacy of the war in the country in which it was fought? How did the war set the stage for Philippine independence, and pave the way for generations of Filipino immigration to the U.S.?In this episode, Lindsay speaks with Dr. Vicente Rafael, a historian whose work focuses on the colonial and post-colonial Philippines and the country's relationship with the United States. They'll discuss the history of the Philippines before, during and after the war, the roles education and language have played in U.S. imperialism, and how the war is remembered – or forgotten – in the Philippines today.Listen to new episodes 1 week early and to all episodes ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersSupport us by supporting our sponsors!ZipRecruiter - Sign up for free at ziprecruiter.com today!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Author and Journalist Michael Cohen and American Legend Peter Coyote Episode 512

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 109:39


Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more All this month and next I will be promoting GiveWell.org and I hope you will consider sending them a donation. They will match new donors up to $250! Please go to GiveWell.org/StandUp Today's show is pretty Awesome. I was just gonna have the legend on and do the news but I wanted to chat with Michael Cohen who has been writing some very important and interesting stuff as always so its a bonus that I got him to join me too. I have about 35 minutes of news then I start with Michael at about 36 minutes and Peter and I begin at about 55 minutes but def listen to the very last 15 minutes or so. Michael A. Cohen has been a columnist for the Boston Globe on national politics and foreign affairs since 2014. He is also the author of “American Maelstrom: The 1968 Election and the Politics of Division,” “Live From the Campaign Trail: The Greatest Presidential Campaign Speeches of the 20th Century and How They Shaped Modern America” and is the co-author with Micah Zenko of “Clear and Present Safety: The World Has Never Been Better and Why That Matters to Americans.” Michael has written for dozens of news outlets, including as a regular columnist for the Guardian, Foreign Policy, the London Observer, and World Politics Review. He previously worked as a speechwriter at the US State Department, on Capitol Hill, and at NBC; was a Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation and a fellow at the Century Foundation, the American Security Project, and the World Policy Institute; and has also been a lecturer at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. PETER COYOTE began his film career at 39, after living nearly a dozen years in the counter-culture during the 1960s and 70s. Since then, he has performed as an actor for some of the world's most distinguished filmmakers, including: Barry Levinson, Roman Polanski, Pedro Almodovar, Steven Spielberg, Walter Hill, Martin Ritt, Steven Soderberg, Diane Kurys, Sidney Pollack and Jean Paul Rappeneau. To date he has made over 150 films. In 2006 he had a major role in three televison series: The Inside on Fox-TV, the 4400 on USA Channel and played the Vice-President to Geena Davis's President on Commander in Chief for ABC-TV until the show's end. In 2011 he starred as the District Attorney in the new version of Law and Order – LA. In 2000 year he was the on-camera announcer of the Academy Awards Ceremony, taking the heavy-lifting off co-host Billy Crystal's shoulders for the detailed announcements and data which played live to an estimated one billion listeners. In 2007 he was prominently featured as an old boxing promoter in Rod Lurie's “Resurrecting the Champ” with Samuel. L. Jackson and Josh Hartnett, and also as Sally Field's disreputable writing teacher on the television series, “Brothers and Sisters.” He recently completed a six hour series called The Disappearance which aired last year. Most recently, he played Robert Mueller to Jeff Daniel's Jim Comey, and Brendan Gleeson's Donald Trump. The series is called The Comey Rule and will be released this year on SHOWTIME. Mr. Coyote has written a memoir of his counter-culture years called Sleeping Where I Fall which received universally excellent reviews, appeared on three best-seller lists and sold five printings in hardback after being released by Counterpoint Press in 1999, it was re-released in November of 2010 and has been in continuous release ever since. It is currently in use as a source text for Sixties Studies in a number of universities including Harvard where he was invited to teach “The Theater of Protest” last year.. An early chapter from that book, “Carla's Story, won the 1993/94 Pushcart Prize for Excellence in non-fiction. His new book, The Rainman's Third Cure, released in April, 2015 is a study of mentors and the search for wisdom and he is currently readying a new book for publication in 2021-(TITLE) The I Behind the Mask: The Lone Ranger and Tonto meet the Buddha. Mr. Coyote is well-known for his narration work, and has voiced 150 documentaries and TV specials, including the nine-hour PBS Special, The West. In 1992 he won an EMMY as the “Host” for a nine-hour series, called, The Pacific Century which also won the prestigious duPont-Columbia Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism. In 2010 he recorded the12 hour series on The National Parks for Ken Burns and has recently completed the voice-work on Mr. Burns most recent series—a 16 hour special on The History of Country Music. He won a second Emmy for his narration on The Roosevelts, and has also done Prohibition, The Dust Bowl, and an 18 Hour series on Vietnam with Ken Burns. Mr Coyote and Mr Burns just completed a long series on Ernest Hemingway. In 2011 he was ordained as a Zen Buddhist priest and in 2015 received “transmission” from his teacher, making him an independent Zen teacher. He makes his home on a farm in Northern California, and considers working on his 1952 Dodge Power-Wagon his longest lasting addiction. He has 40 fruit trees and loves to make jam and walk with his two dogs. Peter Coyote Episode 276 Peter Coyote Wikipedia Peter Coyote Movies IMDB Peter Coyote Books Peter Coyote with me on Episode 14   SUPPORT THE SHOW BY SUPPORTING  one of the sponsors of the show!   GetQuip.com/STANDUP Indeed.com/STANDUP and start a store or shop at Shopify.com/Standup   Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe   Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram

Retro Movie Geek
RMG 278 – Miller’s Crossing (1990)

Retro Movie Geek

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 74:21


In this episode, the Retro Movie Geek crew is geeking out over Miller's Crossing (1990) and it being a different type of gangster movie the great cast girlfriends and sick people the look of the movie and much, much more! Synopsis: Filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen create a complex and graphic vision of gangsterism, set in the wide-open days of Prohibition, and featuring a riveting rogues-gallery of killers and con men. Propelled by gripping action, an intense, twisting plot and stunning cinematography, “Miller's Crossing” perfectly re-creates the look and feel of a time when underworld warfare ripped apart urban America. Leo is the benevolent Irish gangster and political boss who rule an Eastern city with the help of Tom, his trusted lieutenant and counselor. But their control of the town is challenged by an over-reaching Italian underboss and his ruthless henchman. Just as this threat erupts, Leo and Tom have a falling out over the same woman. Tom, caught in the jaws of a gangland power struggle, walks a deadly tightrope as he tries to control and manipulate its violent outcome. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: LISTENER FEEDBACK: Leave us your voicemail feedback at (484) 577-3876. Check out Darrell's other cool podcasts here. Check out Peter's Retro Reviews over at ForgottenFlix.com here. Check out The Forgotten Flix Podcast here. Special thanks to Kevin Spencer for the fantastic show logo! Special thanks to Hayden for the use of his fantastic music for our opening theme this episode! You can check out more from this amazing artist here! Special thanks to Retro Promenade for the use of music from the album Carpenter. Music use permitted under a Creative Commons license. CLICK HERE and get a copy of the album and support these fantastic artists!

WTF Happened To....?!
The Untouchables

WTF Happened To....?!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 17:24


In the 1987 crime thriller THE UNTOUCHABLES, director Brian De Palma depicts the efforts of Eliot Ness and his colleagues as they try to take down gangster boss Al Capone in Prohibition-era Chicago. Does the movie stay close to history, or is it drunk with exaggeration? Bring your knife to a gunfight and find out “WTF REALLY Happened to THE UNTOUCHABLES!”

Cannabis Legalization News
Why Is Marijuana Illegal? The Story of Cannabis Prohibition | Harry J Anslinger, Nixon & Race

Cannabis Legalization News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 20:11


Why Is Marijuana Illegal? The Story of Cannabis Prohibition in 20 MinutesMiggy & Tom detail the history behind cannabis prohibition and explain why marijuana prohibition began and why it still goes on.  We cover Harry J. Ansliger & Dick Nixon.  The brief moment when Timothy Leary got the first marijuana ban kicked.  How Dick Nixon launched the war on drugs to stop Jews and Hippies - it's all really terrible stuff...but unfortunately it's all true. 

Everything Icebox
Rum Runner Sue: A Diamond in the Roughing It

Everything Icebox

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 44:16


Our play starred Billie Jo Konze as Sue, Trelawney Erwin as Mary, Tanja Mil-yo-so-vich as Charlotte, Justin Kapla as Michael, Jeffrey Adams as Roger, and Aela Mackintosh as Bubbles. Tonight's script written by Jeffrey Adams. Jeffrey also did the editing, sound effects and music for this episode created with loops from Loopmasters. Some sound effects from The FreeSound Project at Freesound dot org. The Rum Runner Sue logo designed by Ali McQueen. You can see more of Ali's work on Instagram at taller ‘underscore' McQueen. You can learn more about Billie Jo Konze at billiejokonze.com This program copyright 2021 by the Icebox Radio Theater which is solely responsible for its content. Partial funding made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and through donations from our wonderful patrons and listeners. More information at iceboxradio dot O-RG

Tour Guide Tell All
TEASER: Women in Prohibition Patron Only Episode

Tour Guide Tell All

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 5:37


For December's patron episode, we are chatting about something of interest to both the Rebecca's: the intersection of women and prohibition.  Join us as we chat a little about this fascinating aspect of the 18th and 21st amendments to the Constitution and how they both entwine with the 19th. Thank you to ALL our Patrons for your support in 2021. LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE BY BECOMING A PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/tourguidetellall Comments or Questions? Or have an idea for future episodes - #pitchtothepod? Email us tourguidetellall@gmail.com Support Tour Guide Tell All: • Want to send a one off donation to support the podcast team? We have a venmo @tourguide-tellall • Check out our STORE for Tour Guide Tell All podcast paraphernalia from tote bags to stickers - https://tour-guide-tell-all.myshopify.com/ • Become a Patron for bonus episodes and early release: https://www.patreon.com/tourguidetellall   If you are looking for more information, we found these resources to be helpful:   Women's rights during Prohibition: https://prohibition.themobmuseum.org/the-history/how-prohibition-changed-american-culture/womens-rights/   Blaming women for prohibition: https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/01/13/prohibition-women-blame-history-223972/   Women changing their minds about Prohibition: https://api.nationalgeographic.com/distribution/public/amp/history/article/how-women-overturned-prohibition   Links between prohibition and suffrage: https://time.com/5501680/prohibition-history-feminism-suffrage-metoo/?amp=true   You're Listening To: Rebecca Fachner and Rebecca Grawl Editing and Production: Canden Arciniega Intro/Outro Music: Well-Seasoned from Audio Hero 

New Books in French Studies
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in French Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/french-studies

New Books in British Studies
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in British Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/british-studies

New Books in History
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Political Science
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books Network
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

Princeton UP Ideas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network.

New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/drugs-addiction-and-recovery

New Books in Law
Diana S. Kim, "Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia" (Princeton UP, 2020)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 57:31


In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incrementally transformed into official problems, which those same bureaucrats and their successors had to solve. Prohibition did not come through grand decisions and decisive moments in old European metropoles and new international organizations so much as it did via accumulated observations and interpretations by thousands of “bad ethnographers” in the British and French imperial civil services. Empires of Vice won the Giovanni Sartori Best Book Award, Qualitative Methods Section of the American Political Science Association, and got honourable mentions from the committees for the Charles Taylor Book Award, Interpretive Methodologies and Methods section of APSA, and the Allan Sharlin Memorial Award, Social Science History Association. This is the fifth episode of New Books in Interpretive Political and Social Science to featuring an exemplary monograph in interpretive political or social science. The others are Natasha Behl on Gendered Citizenship, Lisa Wedeen on Authoritarian Apprehensions, James Scott on Against the Grain, and Sarah Wiebe on Everyday Exposure. To download or stream episodes in the series, please subscribe to our host channel: New Books in Political Science. Nick Cheesman is an associate professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, Australian National University. He is a committee member of the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods group and co-convenes the Interpretation, Method, Critique network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

Mystery on the Rocks
The Kidnapping of Casper Holstein

Mystery on the Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 67:16


1928 New York. Prohibition has been in place for some time but some of the criminal underworld (who have been some of the few to profit from its tight grip) are sensing it is nearing its end. Casper Holstein, a black racketeer from Harlem who has considerable control over illegal gambling and has been very generous to black activism with his profits, is kidnapped at gunpoint. A ransom of $50,000 demanded. He is released three days later and he insists no ransom has been paid. Nor will he name his kidnappers.He also could have paid that ransom himself several times over...To this day, nobody knows who kidnapped him or why. Could it be dodgy attorney Dixie Davis? Maybe out-of-control hoodlum Dutch Schultz? Or Casper's rival in illegal gambling, the formidable Stephanie St Clair? Each have motive and each have an incredible story of their own.Join us for this season's stop-off in prohibition New York, where Chris chaperones Sooz and Masud to a threesome with a sexy gangster... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Your Maryland
"Maryland, The Free State"

Your Maryland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 4:20


Prohibition was a creative time for some residents of Maryland.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

American History Tellers
Philippine-American War | Acts of Sedition | 4

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 42:49


With the war officially over, William Howard Taft took over authority as the Governor of the Philippines. Taft was a deep believer in the U.S. policy of “benevolent assimilation” and turned to schooling and political attraction to draw Filipinos to his mission. But he continued to struggle with pockets of armed resistance and challenges to American rule, including a series of “seditious” plays that hit Manila's thriving theater scene.Filipinos were caught in a country broken by war, and in the coming years, many migrated to the U.S. to look for jobs, education and a better life. Filipino migrants powered the factories, fields and plantations in Hawaii and the West Coast, but they also faced hardship and discrimination in pursuit of the American dream. Simpli Safe- Take 20% OFF your entire security system AND get your first month FREE when you sign up for the interactive monitoring service at simplisafe.com/Tellers!Sleep Number- Proven quality sleep is life-changing sleep. Discover special offers at sleepnumber.com/tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

St. Irenaeus Ministries
Acts Lecture 35 - The Prohibition of Blood

St. Irenaeus Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 11:23


The stricture against consumption of blood.

3 Things
93 AAP leaders jailed, concerns over personal laws, and more hate speeches

3 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 26:25


First, Indian Express' Vaibhav Jha tells us why 93 Aam Aadmi Party leaders, including 10 college students, have been jailed in Ahmedabad for the past one week.Next, Indian Express' Apurva Vishwanath explains how the Prohibition of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill 2021 will affect personal laws, and the reasons why it raises concerns (08:14).And in the end, Indian Express' Gargi Verma talks about a recent religious event in Chhattisgarh that was similar to the controversial Dharam Sansad that took place in Haridwar (18:48).

Brave New Weed
Ep121 - Dr. Julie Holland (RECUT)

Brave New Weed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 59:41


This episode originally released as episode 40 . This interview with Dr. Julie Holland marks the 40th podcast in the Brave New Weed series and it's one of our best yet. As a podcaster I can often map out the route a discussion will take, but this conversation with Julie ebbed and flowed in the most delightfully surprising ways. I never knew where it was leading. What I did know was that every turn it took was more interesting than the last.In this episode, we discuss: CBD and dental pain and how this remarkable cannabinoid calms nerve irritation What an orgasm and a delicious meal have in common (you never even thought to ask, did you?) Why men have nipples The real danger of masturbating to porn Screenophilia (or the reason why the next generation is falling in love with their screens) Curing your runny nose with psychedelicsHow cannabinoids can help cure our country's PMS.   Tune in and share it widely. As cannabis becomes more mainstream and a broader swath of people shake off the yoke of prohibition, so many more conversations about the plant's powers are taking place. Our mission is to stay at the forefront of these conversations and lead the way in the post-Prohibition era. If you value independent explorations such as these, free of advertising and the traditional constraints imposed by mainstream media, please support on us on Patreon. For less than the price of a coffee in NYC your donation can help us continue this work. We do this for love, not money, and we appreciate any help you can offer to keep the love flowing. And where else will you learn why men have nipples?

FM Talk 1065 Podcasts
Whiskey Speech - an FMTalk1065 Christmas tradition

FM Talk 1065 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 3:27


One of the craftiest orations in the history of American politics was the "Whiskey Speech," delivered in April 1952 by a young Mississippi legislator named Noah S. "Soggy" Sweat, Jr. The House had been debating whether to finally pop the cork on Prohibition when Sweat (later a circuit court judge and a college professor) decided to demonstrate his prowess for talking out of both sides of his mouth.

Unprivileged Drinkers
Prohibition

Unprivileged Drinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 49:41


Join us this week as we discuss if we can survive the Prohibition in today's  time.  Support the show (https://cash.app/$unprivilegeddrinkers)

Boozy Biddies Talk Wine
67: Prohibition

Boozy Biddies Talk Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 32:20


The biddies tackle a dark time in American history: prohibition. Tune in to learn about the why, the how, and the how everyone got around it. You may have heard about speakeasies gin joints, but what about blind pigs and clip joints? For full show notes: boozybiddies.com/67

American History Tellers
Philippine-American War | A Howling Wilderness | 3

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 38:15


In March 1901, American forces launched a daring raid to capture the Filipino revolutionary leader Emilio Aguinaldo. Head of U.S. Philippine forces, General Arthur MacArthur, hoped that his surrender would finally break the resistance and bring the war to an end.But fighting soon expanded to remote areas of the country. Frustrated with the stubborn resistance, America's military leaders turned to increasingly harsher measures to crush the enemy. But accounts of atrocities by U.S. soldiers soon filled newspapers at home, reigniting public debate about the war, prompting court martials, and sparking a Congressional hearing into the abuses.Simpli Safe- Listeners can take advantage of SimpliSafe's Holiday Deals, and get 40% OFF your entire security system by visintg simplisafe.com/tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Book Show
#1744: Maggie Shipstead's “Great Circle” | The Book Show

The Book Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 27:33


Maggie Shipstead's new novel “Great Circle” tracks the lives of Marian Graves and her twin brother Jamie from Prohibition-era Missoula to wartime Britain, from the cold of Alaska to the cap of Antarctica as Marian chases her dream of becoming the first pilot to circumnavigate the globe north-south.

American Loser Podcast
"Rum Runners and the Real McCoy"

American Loser Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 73:30


We're talking the ill fated 18th Amendment aka Prohibition and just how hard to enforce it truly was. America is a strange and bizarre place and this just proves it more! Enjoy!

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
100 years of Shiner Beer

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 43:55


Why are Shiner bottles twist-off? So you can get the beer out! We had a blast talking with Brewmaster Jimmy Mauric and Brand Manager Nick Weiland about the long history of Shiner Beer.  We don't talk with many 100+ year old breweries, so we had plenty to talk about. Jimmy's been with the brewery for 44 years so he knows a thing or two about the history. He tells us how the brewery survived Prohibition by selling ice and non-alcoholic (wink wink) Near Beer, and how their Bock dates all the way back to 1913. Jimmy admits that the shift into these crazier brews was a bit tough for him at first, but he's all on board now. Berries and Cream beers, trail mix ales (that absolutely nails the flavor) and even cocktail-inspired seltzers. The Beer List Shiner 1909 Heritage Lager Shiner Holiday Cheer Shiner S'more Shiner Trail Ale Shiner Toasted Amber Shiner Tall 'Tails Mexican Martini (Hard Seltzer)

The Daily Sun-Up
Colorado has run through unemployment insurance trust fund, what's next?; Prohibition begins

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 13:08


Colorado's unemployment insurance trust fund pays benefits to laid-off workers. Employers typically replenish the trust fund through unemployment insurance premiums, and a surcharge that kicks in when the fund falls below a certain level. During the pandemic, the trust fund ran through its $1.1 billion reserve. This caused the state to borrow $1 billion from the federal government — and sparked worry among employers that they could face sizable premium increases. But while unemployment insurance costs are going up in January they will probably be far less than one would expect in an economic recovery that needs $3 billion. Tamara Chuang tells us more.  Read more at coloradosun.com.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jobsolete
Rum Runner

Jobsolete

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 35:40


How do you smuggle alcohol into the country during Prohibition? Being well connected, great management skills, strong interpersonal relationships, and having a passion for the industry. While that sounds like a born Linkedin profile bio, Helen and Matt learn that being a Rum Runner was at times both thrilling and boring, yet almost always lucrative.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Holy Post
Episode 487: Why Gen Z is “Unbundling” Faith with Josh Packard

The Holy Post

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 85:51


Everyone seems to be talking about “deconstructing” faith, but researcher Josh Packard says it's better to describe young people as “unbundling” faith. He joins Skye for a conversation about Springtide Research Institute's new report on the State of Religion and Young People, and why Gen Z has such a negative perception of the church and such an inflated view of themselves. Also this week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that could overturn Roe v. Wade. With some pro-life activists ecstatic, and pro-choice activists apoplectic, the Holy Post crew discusses what a post-Roe country could look like, how the pro-life movement could evolve, and what lessons we can learn from the era of Prohibition. Plus, the word “sorcery” was the fastest-growing search term on Bible Gateway in 2021. Should it have been “asininity”? News Segment 0:00 - Intro 3:26 - Fastest-growing search term on Bible Gateway https://religionnews.com/2021/12/02/why-sorcery-was-the-fastest-growing-search-term-on-bible-gateway-in-2021/ 14:23 - Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade https://www.baptistpress.com/resource-library/news/how-southern-baptists-became-pro-life/ 48:31 - Sponsors This episode is sponsored by Abide: http://abide.co/holypost Interview with Josh Packard Springtide Research Institute report: https://www.springtideresearch.org/research/the-state-of-religion-2021 49:36 - Intro 51:12 - Major findings from report 55:06 - Implications of unbundling 1:05:55 - Values gap 1:18:41 - Impact of religious communities on flourishing Other resources: www.wsj.com/articles/young-people-say-disconnect-keeps-them-from-church-11635163200

American History Tellers
Philippine-American War | Under the Free Flag | 2

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 43:42


In 1898, America's victory over Spanish forces in the Philippines suddenly thrust the United States onto the global stage. It also drew the country into a more complicated conflict with the very people it claimed to be liberating.As the U.S. expanded its occupation of the Philippines, American soldiers drove Filipino rebels deeper into the countryside. Some rebels began to question the leadership of Emilio Aguinaldo, the face of the Philippine independence movement. In response, Aguinaldo attempted to consolidate power and shift his strategy toward guerilla warfare, setting both nations on a path towards more violence and conflict.Zip Recruiter- Sign up for the Number 1 rated job site for FREE at zip recruiter.com/easy!Simplisafe- Get 50% OFF your new home security system by visiting simplisafe.com/tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

HistoryPod
15th December 1933: The Twenty-first Amendment to the US Constitution repeals prohibition

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021


The Twenty-first Amendment repealed the Eighteenth Amendment which had made the sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcohol ...

The Nick DiPaolo Show
Air Force Cans 27 | Nick Di Paolo Show #640

The Nick DiPaolo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 44:03


Biden the BS artist. USPS election experiment. NC pizza joint owner knocked out. Air Force fires 27. Prohibition in Norway. Wig store burglarized in FL.

Paint the Town Dead
Episode 80: James Alexander Cary

Paint the Town Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 71:41


Andrew tells us the story of James Alexander Cary, who served in the first World War before becoming a ranger with the National Park Service stationed in Hot Springs during Prohibition. Cary spent most of his time tracking down bootleggers and their liquor stashes in the mountains. In 1926, Cary arrested three men illegally transporting booze, one of whom threatened Cary, telling him that he would never be able to testify against the bootleggers. Afterwards we test Caitlin's Harry Potter trivia and it seems really difficult unlike that easy Star Wars quiz Andrew was given. Twitter: https://twitter.com/PTTDpodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/pttdpod/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paintthetowndead/Email: PTTDPod@gmail.comhttps://www.hotsr.com/news/2017/may/17/national-park-service-ranger-discusses-/https://www.arkansas.com/articles/hot-springs-site-monument-first-fallen-national-park-service-rangerhttps://encyclopediaofarkansas.net/entries/james-alexander-cary-12010/https://www.nps.gov/hosp/learn/historyculture/james-a-cary.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/hosp/learn/news/memorial-to-ranger-james-a-cary.htmhttps://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2016/may/30/hot-springs-honors-slain-park-ranger-20/https://www.nationalparkstraveler.org/2016/05/slain-ranger-receive-memorial-hot-springs-national-park See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Quoi de Meuf
#157 - Âgisme : tout le monde déteste la peau lisse

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 46:19


Depuis toujours, une femme âgée sera davantage stigmatisée par la société qu'un homme du même âge. Elle, vieille et périmée, lui, mûr et charmant. Deux poids deux mesures. L'autrice et journaliste Sophie Fontanel, 59 ans, posait récemment nue dans le magazine Elle pour la sortie de son livre Capital de la douceur. Dans la série de Valérie Donzelli “Nona et ses filles”, Miou Miou est enceinte à 70 ans… Deux figures âgées, libres et assumées qui prennent le contrepied des diktats de la société. Pourquoi a-t-on peur des femmes âgées ? Pourquoi sont-elles invisibilisées ?Clémentine Gallot et Kaoutar Harchi s'attaquent à l'agisme et au sexisme dans ce nouvel épisode long de Quoi de Meuf. Les références entendues dans l'épisode : Sophie Fontanel pose nue et reçoit des milliers de “merci”, Elle (2021)Nona et ses filles de Valérie Donzelli, 2021Capitale de la douceur de Sophie Fontanel, Editions Seghers (2021)Qui a peur des vieilles de Marie Charel, Editions Les pérégrines (2021)Conceptualiser l'âgisme à partir du sexisme et du racisme, Juliette Rennes, Revue Française de Sciences Politiques (2020)The invisibility of age: gender and class in later life, Sara Arber et Jay Ginn, The sociological review (1991)Sorcières : la puissance invaincue des femmes, Mona Chollet, Editions La découverte (2019)La vieillesse, Simone de Beauvoir, Gallimard (1970)La fabrique de la ménopause, Cécile Charlap, CNRS Éditions (2019)Encyclopédie critique du genre, Juliette Rennes, La découverte (2016) La voyageuse de nuit, Laure Adler, Grasset (2020) Prohibition de Brigitte Fontaine Stop calling black women untie, Tamara Winfrey-Harris, Bitch media (2016)La révolte du 3ème âge, Betty Friedan, Albin Michel (1995)Le podcast Vieille branche de Marie MissetLe compte instagram J'ai piscine avec Simone Le compte Laissez les rides tranquilles L'invisibilisation des femmes de plus de 50 ans, Titiou Lecoq, Slate (2021)Stop telling older women to step aside, Leslie Bennetts, New York Times (2020)I am (an older) woman. Hear me roar, Jessica Bennett, New York Times (2020)Le discours de Jeanne Balibar au César (2021)La suite de Sex and the city (2021)La série On the verge de Julie Delpy (2021)Sur les ossements des morts, Olga Tokarczuk, Les éditions noir sur blanc (2018)Amour de Haneke (2012) La série Younger de Darren Star (2015)La série Grace et Frankie de Marta Kauffman (2015)Les invisible de Sébastien Lifshitz (2012)The power of the dog de Jane Campion (2021)Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Rédaction en chef : Clémentine Gallot. Journaliste chroniqueuse : Emeline Amétis. Mixage et montage : Laurie Galligani. Prise de son par Thibault Delage à l'Arrière Boutique. Générique réalisé par Aurore Meyer Mahieu. Réalisation et coordination : Cassandra de Carvalho et Mathilde Jonin.Le podcast Quoi de Meuf devient un livre : 100 oeuvres cultes à connaitre quand on est féministe ! Est-il possible de chérir des œuvres imparfaites ? Comment représenter les violences sexuelles ? Faut-il séparer l'homme de l'artiste ? Que faire des œuvres problématiques ? Quelles sont les films, séries, livres, albums indispensables à son éducation féministe ? Clémentine Gallot, Kaoutar Harchi, Anne-Laure Pineau, Pauline Verduzier et Emeline Amétis apportent leurs réponses (subjectives !) à ces questions en vous présentant une sélection d'œuvres qui les ont nourries et marquées dans la construction de leur féminisme ! Le livre est disponible en librairie depuis le 24 novembre, et il est possible de le commander ici : https://tidd.ly/3E2admVSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
IPA Evolution and more with Harpoon Brewery

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 43:55


Harpoon Brewery is an East Coast IPA OG In 1986 Harpoon Brewery received brewery permit #001 in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  The first brewery in the state since Prohibition, only 35 years ago. IPAs were more of a West Coast thing at the time and the launch of Harpoon IPA in 1993 was a bold move for an East Coast brewery.  Fans to took these crazy, hoppy beers and the rest is history. Chief Brewing Office Al Marzi, Senior Brewery Mike Kelly, and Director of Digital Strategy Megan Baker cracked a few cold ones with us as they shared their knowledge with us.  We chat about the evolution of the IPA, emerging ingredients in craft beer, what it means to be an employed-owned company, and smattering of other topics. It's hard to believe the craft beer scene in the Northeast is a mere 35 years old.  Harpoon was there to see (and make) it happen, and there's more to come. Oh yeah, how could I forget... this is EPISODE 300 of Beer Guys Radio.  Woot!

American History Tellers
Philippine-American War | Into the Jaws of a Dragon | 1

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 42:47


On February 4th, 1899, war broke out between the United States and the Philippines. The two nations had begun as allies against Spain the previous year, during the Spanish-American War. The Spanish had occupied the Philippines for three centuries, and the U.S. arrived promising to drive out the European colonial power. But after the Spanish left, the Americans stayed, in defiance of widespread calls for Philippine independence.America's bloody war in the Philippines was the nation's first major overseas conflict. It spanned the tumultuous early years of the 20th century and shaped the political destiny of Teddy Roosevelt, who began the war as Assistant Secretary of the Navy and ended it as President. And it marked the emergence of the United States as a true global power. But the war divided Americans and came at great cost to the people of the Philippines.Better Help- Why invest in everything else and not your mind? Listeners get 10% OFF their first month at betterhelp.com/tellers!Zip Recruiter- Sign up for free at ziprecruiter.com/easy and put Zip Recruiter to work for you!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

American History Tellers
Traitors | Accomplice or Martyr | 5

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 47:26


Not every case of treason is open and shut. With some accused traitors, questions of their guilt or innocence can linger for generations. That's certainly the case with Mary Surratt. Even before she was hanged in 1865 for her alleged role in the plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln, many argued that she was an innocent widow convicted on false testimony. After her death, she became a martyr to the Confederate cause. To this day, Civil War scholars are divided on whether or not she was an active participant in the Lincoln plot.On this episode, Lindsay speaks with author and historian Kate Clifford Larson. Her book The Assassin's Accomplice attempts to debunk many of the myths surrounding Surratt and the conspiracy to assassinate President Lincoln. They'll discuss not only Surratt, but our general fascination with traitors and their stories of duplicity and betrayal.Simplisafe- Take advantage of extended Black Friday Deals & get 50% OFF your entire security system at Simplisafe.com/TELLERSSleep Number- Quality sleep is life-changing sleep. Special offers available at SleepNumber.com/Tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

American History Tellers
Traitors | Nightmover | 4

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 38:04


On June 13, 1985, Aldrich Ames packed up six pounds of top secret documents into a plastic bag and walked out the door of the CIA headquarters. He drove to lunch, where he gave the documents to a Soviet diplomat. They contained the identities of America's most important spies within the Soviet Union.Not long after, the Soviets told Ames that $2 million had been set aside for him. Ames had become the highest-paid American spy of the Cold War, and his betrayal would soon prove disastrous.That fall, the CIA was mystified by a string of mysterious disappearances. The agency's best assets within the Soviet Union were vanishing, never to be heard from again. But it would be years before investigators uncovered the mole within their ranks.Sleep Number-Robinhood-See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

American History Tellers
Wondery Presents: Flip and Mozi's Guide to How To Be An Earthling

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 3:10


Introducing Flip & Mozi's Guide to How to be an Earthling, the intergalactic musical podcast that brings conservation into the conversation for kids and their grown-ups. From the creators of the #1 Kids and Family podcast, Wow in the World, in collaboration with Grammy-nominated,The Pop Ups, each audio animated, humor-filled episode inspires a sense of environmental stewardship, both for the Earth and all of its animal earthlings. Visit flipandmozi.com for more! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

American History Tellers
Traitors | The Atomic Spies | 3

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 41:32


In September 1949, the world was shocked to learn that the Soviet Union had conducted its first nuclear weapons test, just four years after the United States dropped the first atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. U.S. authorities thought there was only one way the Soviets could narrow the nuclear arms gap so quickly -- by stealing atomic secrets from the U.S.In 1950, the FBI arrested a young Jewish couple, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, for running a spy ring and passing nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union. At their trial, the Rosenbergs became lightning rods for controversy and anti-communist hysteria. But the true extent of their guilt would remain shrouded in mystery for decades to come.Better Help- Listeners get 10% OFF their first month at betterhelp.com/tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.