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Russia is seeking a legally binding pledge that NATO will stop expanding east, including to Ukraine. If the US refuses, is war next? Scholar and author Richard Sakwa analyzes the growing Russia-Ukraine conflict and how Russiagate fueled it. Guest: Richard Sakwa. Professor of Russian and European politics at the University of Kent. His books include "Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands" and his latest, "Deception: Russiagate and the New Cold War." Support Pushback at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/aaronmate
Bruce Olav Solheim was born in Seattle, Washington, to Norwegian immigrant parents. Bruce was the first person in his family to go to college. He served for six years in the US Army as a jail guard and later as a helicopter pilot and is a disabled veteran. Bruce earned his Ph.D. in history from Bowling Green State University in 1993. Bruce is a distinguished professor of history at Citrus College in Glendora, California. He was a Fulbright Professor and Scholar in 2003 at the University of Tromsø in Norway.Bruce has published twelve books and has written ten plays, five of which have been produced. The Bronze Star won two awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. The Epiphany was commissioned by the Kingdom of Norway and funded for a full production run with the original American cast. Bruce founded the veterans program at Citrus College and cofounded Boots to Books, the nation's first college-credit transition course for veterans. Bruce is also a co-founder of Lockdown Theatre, which has produced three streamplays (online, live, remote actors) during the COVID-19 pandemic. He has published a trilogy of non-fiction paranormal books: Timeless, Timeless Deja Vu, and Timeless Trinity. Bruce has also published a comic book and a graphic novel featuring an alien hybrid character named Snarc. He has been on Coast to Coast several times and was a featured speaker at Contact in the Desert. Bruce is married to Ginger and has four children and two grandsons.Anzar is an ancient alien mystic whom I have known most of my life and have been in weekly direct contact with since 2018. Anzar the Progenitor documents my spirit communication with this ancient alien, including his prophecies, sage advice, and commentary on the world. The book has extensive endnotes and includes my research on the nature of this communication through mediumship and my theory of how the alien world, the spirit world, and the quantum world are the same—a quantum nexus. We can no longer wait for government disclosure about UFOs and aliens. The time has come for personal revelation through a leap of consciousness in a new Era of Reconversion. We are all related and we are the aliens.http://bruceolavsolheim.comThe Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. We also offer advertising. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow
In this episode we continue down the path of the provocative and unexpected with Salty Xi Jie Ng. Along the way we will encounter the secret lives of art gallery security staff, a cooking show called Microwave Magic, bunion fetishes, and a very funny group of incarcerated artists. Support this podcast
Back for part 2, Naila takes you through 15 papers pertaining to health conditions associated with AD and dementia. You'll hear about infections, cardiovascular and metabolic risk factors, and a few miscellaneous diseases. Sections in this episode: Epidemiology / Multiple Factors (1:00) Immune Conditions (8:00) Metabolic and Cardiovascular (15:00) Neurological Comorbidities (24:50) -------------------------------------------------------------- You can find the numbered bibliography for this episode by clicking here, or the link below:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Pgl18mXwvDG2xZK9fijICMtfEhI7BXUG/view?usp=sharingTo access the folder with all the bibliographies for 2021 so far, follow this link (it will be updated as we publish episodes and process bibliographies), or click the following link below:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1N1zx_itPkCDNYE1yFGZzQxDDR-NiRx3p?usp=sharingYou can also join our mailing list to receive a newsletter by filling this form. Or tweet at us: @AMiNDR_podcast --------------------------------------------------------------Follow-up on social media for more updates!Facebook: AMiNDR Twitter: @AMiNDR_podcastInstagram: @AMiNDR.podcastYoutube: AMiNDR PodcastLinkedIn: AMiNDR PodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org -------------------------------------------------------------- Please help us by spreading the word about AMiNDR to your friends, colleagues, and networks! Another way you can help us reach more listeners who would benefit from the show is by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. It helps us a lot and we thank you in advance for leaving a review! Our team of volunteers works tirelessly each month to bring you every episode of AMiNDR. This episode was scripted and hosted by Naila Kuhlmann, edited by Alexandra Pavel, and reviewed by Marcia Jude and Ellen Koch. The bibliography was made by Anjana Rajendran and the wordcloud by Sarah Louadi (www.wordart.com). Big thanks to the sorting team for taking on the enormous task of sorting all of the Alzheimer's Disease papers into episodes each month. For September 2021, the sorters were Jacques Ferreira, Ellen Koch, Christy Yu, Sarah Louadi, Kate Van Pelt, Nicole Corso, Eden Dubchak, Kira Tosefsky, Dana Clausen, and Elyn Rowe.Also, props to our management team, which includes Sarah Louadi, Ellen Koch, Naila Kuhlmann, Elyn Rowe, Anusha Kamesh, Jacques Ferreira, and Shruti Kocchar for keeping everything running smoothly.Our music is from "Journey of a Neurotransmitter" by musician and fellow neuroscientist Anusha Kamesh; you can find the original piece and her other music on soundcloud under Anusha Kamesh or on her YouTube channel, AKMusic. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMH7chrAdtCUZuGia16FR4w -------------------------------------------------------------- If you are interested in joining the team, send us your CV by email. We are specifically looking for help with sorting abstracts by topic, abstract summaries and hosting, audio editing, creating bibliographies, and outreach/marketing. However, if you are interested in helping in other ways, don't hesitate to apply anyways. --------------------------------------------------------------*About AMiNDR: * Learn more about this project and the team behind it by listening to our first episode: "Welcome to AMiNDR!"
In this episode, Kelsie and Brooke are chatting with Dr. DeAnna Beachley, from the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) about the interconnections across social reform movements. Beachley is a professor of History and Women's Studies at CSN, and is a Scholar of the American women's suffrage movement, the American women's movement, and social history. Let's get into this! Support our work at www.patreon.com/remedialherstory Find lesson plans at http://www.remedialherstory.com Educators! Get professional development credit for listening to our podcast! Head to our website and complete the form and we will send you your certificate. https://www.remedialherstory.com/podcast-pd-certificate.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/remedialherstory/support
“As I have said probably too many times in these posts our guests include people I have met personally and those whom I have never met not really only the artworks that are their creations in the widest sense of both art and creation. I knew Skip Elsheimer because he was a man that traveled with 16 millimeter cans of ephemeral type movies to do live shows of such material. Back in the early 00s I attended some of midnight shows in Boston and a whole history of filmmaking was opened up to me. Thanks to Skip this was really my first time seeing these type of movies in so concentrated and certainly curated fashion. Like a lot of us, of course some of these films had seen as a child in schools since educational films are a large portion of these films. But it encompasses much more: movies made by churches and religious groups, educational television and movies made by manufacturing corporations, NASA, government agencies even bureaucratic safety files. Skip is one of the experts on such material. Not only does he collect them and share his treasures with the world, he does so in both the most articulate and engaging a fashion with an enthusiasm that is infectious as well as integrity and civility, these last two features in short supply these days in too much of our culture. Much like my own definition of art itself - which aims to call into question the boundaries between works made for mere utility, or entertainment as well as those made for the most idiosyncratic and self expressive of reasons - Skip's project gets us to look at the films he has collected in a genuinely original way, in an historical and, I would add, aesthetic way. When we see one of these films from 1972 or 1952 we are seeing aspects of our history. Some of this material is best described as dubious, especially political, business and corporate and government propaganda. Other material has legitimate artistic value. Still other material is interesting as an historical aesthetic document of how people lived appeared and even dressed in a particular moment. To me all of it is most interesting but I am also aware that not everybody might get as excited as do I by these films. Whether you are a fan or not of this incredibly large part of film history, Skip is among its most eloquent and informed spokespeople and as such it was a joy for me to have him as guest on our show. During this episode Skip and I have discussion of one film in particular: Malakapalakadoo, Skip Two. Like its title, which I can't seem to pronounce, it is to me anyway the strangest thing ever committed to film or video, though that is one man's opinion. It was made for children evidently and by Encyclopedia Britannica, no less. Skip's wife dislikes it; I love it. But that is in the nature of artistic evaluation." Links to Skip's beautiful work: Website: https://avgeeks.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV78nuSmJxTtHaD4wnzPJkA Twitter: https://twitter.com/AVGeeks?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MV_mrBMLxKQ&t=214s --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton/support
It's holiday season. And for many of us, that means spending more time—whether in person or virtually—with our loved ones. This week, we revisit an episode from earlier this year that helps us make sense of the isolation brought on by the pandemic, and mistrust sown by our political differences. Drawing from an ancient Sanskrit phrase, “the world is one family,” author Vishakha Desai challenges us to consider a different way of looking at each other and the world we share. Desai joins co-host Ray Suarez on the podcast to talk about her new book World as Family: A Journey of Multi-rooted Belongings. Guest: Vishakha Desai, Author and Scholar at Columbia University Hosts: Philip Yun, CEO, WorldAffairs Ray Suarez, co-host, WorldAffairs If you appreciate this episode and want to support the work we do, please consider making a donation to World Affairs. We cannot do this work without your help. Thank you.
Fresh from attending the Adventist Society for Religious Studies annual meetings in San Antonio, Texas, Bonnie Dwyer and I discuss the major ideas that emerged around this year's focus on ecology. We talk animal rights, pandemics and apocalypse, and the ways that artificial intelligence and social media algorithms conflict with human spirituality.
Kate Slater is a white, anti-racist scholar and educator in a time where America's racial reckoning and call for justice has been heard across the nation and the world. She leads facilitation's and training's for both students as well as private organizations, and her passion for this work is palpable. We've rarely spoken to someone so fired up, and we jump right into how she got into this field of work, and when she first realized the depths of systemic racism (and her role within it). She discusses the difference between being non-racist and anti-racist, white privilege, individualism versus collectivism, the gaps in the American education system that she's trying to fill, and the fear mongering of critical race theory. But this summary is just the tip of the iceberg, you'll have to listen to find out more about Kate's work, and how she manages to do this while eight and a half months pregnant and with a toddler at home!You can follow Kate Slater on IG & at her website--Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
Special edition of HoN this week folks. The Snark and the Scholar decided to cut the pre chatter and make its own episode this week. This is just a pure (near exhaustion) life update conversation between friends. Get in here and join us.
Keisha A. Brown is an assistant professor of history at Tennessee State University in the Department of History, Political Science, Geography, and Africana Studies. She graduated with her bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame, earned her doctorate from the University of Southern California, and was a 2018–2019 postdoctoral fellow at the James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race and Difference at Emory University. Dr. Brown is an Asian studies scholar with a regional focus on East Asia specializing in modern Chinese history. Her research and teaching interests include comparative East Asian histories, postcolonial theory, transnational studies, world history, and race and ethnic studies. In this episode, she shares: The difference in the application processes for undergrad vs grad school How to research PhD programs Her grad school experience as the only Black student in her program The importance of “finding your people” as well as having networks outside of school Why keeping your “end game” in mind is important Why she wanted to teach Asian Studies at an HBCU despite attending PWIs A few pros and cons of attending an HBCU & PWI Common myths of attending an HBCU Also mentioned in this episode: The McNair Scholars Program Connect with Keisha via email or Twitter! ---------- Sign up for my contact list to be the first to know about new offerings and to receive my note on all things! You can also stay connected with Journey to Jupiter via..... Email: email@example.com Website: jetaundavis.com Instagram: @JourneyJupiter Twitter: @JourneyJupiter Facebook: @JourneyJupiter ----- Produced by Ken Inge of Dead End Hip Hop
Today, we hear about a study from UC Berkeley that asks Muslims: Is Islamophobia still common 20 years after 9/11? Then, a former San Jose State professor targeted by the FBI decides to spy on himself. And, author Cassandra Hartt reads from her new young adult novel.
EpisodePull back the curtain on one of Salty's works and there's no telling what you will find -- a film, a party, an intimate discussion, a festival, a newspaper, a concert, a feast, and more often than, not an invitation to decide whether you want to participate as an audience member. or as part of the show. BIOSalty Xi Jie Ng co-creates semi-fictional paradigms for the real and imagined lives of humans within the poetics of the intimate vernacular. Often playing with relational possibilities, her interdisciplinary work is manifested from fantasy scores for the present and future that propose a collective re-imagining through humor, care, subversion, play, discomfort, a celebration of the eccentric, and a commitment to the deeply personal. Her practice dances across forms such as brief encounter, collaborative space, variety show, poem, conversation, meal, publication, film, performance. As a citizen scholar of the cosmos, Xi Jie explores aging, intimacy, food, lineage, identity, ritual and power, while questioning who artists are and what gets to be called art. Her research of everyday as performance bears fruit as tender presentations somewhere between art and life. Centering the body and its histories, she constructs portrayals of self and space that are ambiguous, raw, dream-like, absurd, mundane. At heart she is a cosmic clown, floating at the intersections of wonder and melancholy, existential meditation and devotional nonsense. Notable Mentionshttp://www.crci.art/ (Columbia River Correctional Institution, Creative Initiatives:) Columbia River Creative Initiatives is a series of artist run programs and classes held at the Columbia River Correctional Institution, a minimum security prison in Northeast Portland, Oregon. http://www.fredarmisen.com/ (Fred Armisen): is an American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and musician. He is best known as a cast member on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturday_Night_Live (Saturday Night Live) from 2002 until 2013.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Armisen#cite_note-splitsider-3 () With his comedy partner https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrie_Brownstein (Carrie Brownstein), Armisen was the co-creator and co-star of the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independent_Film_Channel (IFC) sketch comedy series https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portlandia_(TV_series) (Portlandia). http://www.crci.art/the-inside-show/ (The Inside Show): is a variety show produced at Columbia River Creative Initiatives, an artist-led creative platform in Columbia River Correctional Institution, a minimum security prison in Portland, Oregon. The show is produced in prison, where inmates take on roles of host, performer, writer, and cameraperson. This robust collaboration of eccentric possibilities challenges perceptions of incarcerated individuals and what happens ‘on the inside'. The show's content includes Microwave Magic— a cooking segment where inmates showcase genius ways of making gourmet meals with minimal ingredients and a microwave; comedy sketches; a goofy sports roundtable; art segments; poignant discussions; braiding demos; musical acts and more. Shttp://www.saltythunder.net/ (alty Xi Jie Ng: The Cosmos Wait for You): Salty's web site. https://artswok.org/artswok/ (ArtsWok Collaborative) (Singapore): We are an arts-based community development organisation that recognizes the creativity and agency within individuals and communities to generate change.We believe in collaborating to imagine and develop thriving communities in a sustainable society. Since 2012, we have done this through the creative producing of innovative projects that demonstrate the power of the arts for change, the capability development of growing practitioners in our field, and researching and advocating for arts-based community development. https://artswok.org/resources/articles/being-ourselves-together-a-kind-of-alchemy/ (Being Ourselves Together) (Salty's essay): “In sharing and holding space with other Support this podcast
“Running for survival is not political. [Saying] ‘Stop killing Native women' is not political. Representing myself as an Indigenous person is not political.” Rosalie Fish (Cowlitz & Muckleshoot) is an activist and student-athlete running Division I Track/Cross-Country at the University of Washington. After a successful run at the junior college level running for Iowa Central CC, she joined the 2021-22 UW Track and Cross-Country recruiting class. She was the first member of her tribe to sign a National Letter of Intent for college athletics. Rosalie is well-known for her advocacy work in bringing awareness to the Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, & Two-Spirit+ epidemic. She gained global attention in 2019 when she followed in the footsteps of Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel by painting a red handprint over her face during competition the WA state track meet and running honor of her missing relatives. In this conversation, we talk about what her experiences as a Native student-athlete, and particularly a runner, have been like since high school. We also talk about her training, life as an athlete at the Division I level, and goals for the future. In This Episode: “‘When I run about it, people will notice': Rosalie Fish runs for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women,” by Dave Trimmer, SeattleTimes.com, June 7, 2019. “Rosalie Fish Is Taking Her Activism for MMIW to the University of Washington,” by Taylor Dutch, RunnersWorld.com, April 8, 2021. We Need to Talk on CBS: Rosalie Fish is a Beacon of Hope Wings of America Grounded Pod Episode 1 – Jordan Marie Daniel “Jordan Marie Daniel ran and prayed for 26 #MMIW names at 26.2 mile Boston Marathon,” by Vincent Schilling, com, April 23, 2019. Urban Indian Health Institute – Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls 2018 Report The Way of the Househusband on Netflix Follow Rosalie Fish: Instagram: @rosaliefishx Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher Music by Jacob Shije (Santa Clara Pueblo, NM). This podcast was made possible through the Tracksmith Fellowship Program.
Henri J. Barkey, an adjunct senior fellow for Middle East studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, said his entire life has been upended by the Turkish government's unfounded accusations that he was involved in a failed military coup in 2016. Barkey, who is also the Cohen Professor of International Relations at Lehigh University, said the Turkish authorities have formally charged and prosecuted him in absentia with no evidence. He spoke in an interview with journalist Nervana Mahmoud for Ahval's Turkish Trends podcast series.
* Follow-up comment about Aban and dragon colors as possible homage to Dungeons and Dragons. * Email from Rasmus: Episode dedicated to Alachia? * Using multiple masks on a creature? * Avoid Blow's all-or-nothing status? * Group patterns and thread limits? * New Legends of Earthdawn episodes? * New Earthdawn books? * Email from Sebastien: Shout-out for Lars and Steps! * Email from Aleyn: Why silver cost for Attribute increases? * Windling racial astral sight vs the astral sight talent from a Discipline? * Email from Matthew: Swapping a chosen talent option from a Discipline to become a Path talent. * Alternate approach to a Scholar? * Dragons in depth: Asante and Nightsky * Adult dragons, lair in the Caucavic Mountains * Rebellious, immature, and naïve. * Mated pair, breaking the mold of traditional dragon isolation. * Future plot seeds or just an interesting idea to explore? * Nightsky: Achieved adulthood just before the Scourge. * Did not have his own lair, sheltered with Earthroot. * Emerged very early post-Scourge and set out to explore the world. * Encountered the Earthdawn during his excursions, hint to its possible future appearance. * Asante: Another young dragon, feels compassion for the Younger Races. * Raised by Redwing, a Great Dragon that fell to a Horror. * Accidentally revealed some secrets to the Scythan dwarves, banished and came to adulthood in isolation. * Bears a grudge toward the Great Dragons about the Rites of Protection and Passage and protecting the peoples of Barsaive. * Banished again to her lair, strong independent streak. * As a pair: Shared experience of frustration and anger at the world. * The Outcast sees an opportunity for his offspring to bring the pair to their side against the Greats. * At the very least, could cause headaches for the Greats, opening opportunities for the Denairastas. * Connections with the Dream Spire Company of Throal. * Asante's eggs. * Lots of potential plot hooks and story ideas. * Only a couple days left on the Vasgothia Kickstarter! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @EDSGPodcast Josh on Twitter: @LoreMerchant Dan on Twitter: @boice_voice Get product information, developer blogs, and more at www.fasagames.com FASA Games on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fasagamesinc FASA Games Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/uuVwS9u Earthdawn Guild Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/earthdawnguild Earthdawn West Marches: https://discord.gg/hhHDtXW
Too often the work of those who create, compose, build, or choreograph are not supported by our academic institutions. Many scholars pursuit their artistic passions in their “spare time” leaving their teaching and institutional life unfulfilled. Burn out is common. Narrowly defined, legitimacy of scholarship is strangling possibility and new vision. What would it mean to incorporate the tools of imagination, creativity and innovation into the life of scholarly teaching? What would it take to redefine academic rigor so as to regularize, require, and necessitate the innovative, the new, the creative?
Gracie is a Film Scholar at University College London https://twitter.com/gvaughnjoy?t=o4fIYl6T7SNM-z_QOAPfgw&s=09 https://instagram.com/impressionsofamerica?utm_medium=copy_link https://twitter.com/USAimpressions?t=cW7_Vgu2B-gEX4yxFd8jKg&s=09 Dan Toler's Relevant History https://open.spotify.com/show/73UfvAJvkzAce45hytkPiF?si=JTDSxq48SN6YfcOJCV76mA&utm_source=copy-link Neon Shadows Apple podcasts link https://apple.co/2Le91H8 Spotify Link https://open.spotify.com/show/26g1vqz9JaKst7I6q3EbCI?si=CTUBAlazQH64RJ_P7ZAPnA&utm_source=copy-link Patreon link https://www.patreon.com/Neonshadowspod @neonshadowspod on all social media.
The Snark and the Scholar are back this week, ready to dive into the first arc of What If as we count down the days until Hawkeye premiers. We talk, Disney Plus day, new Marvel shows and no #Kenobi trailer? Plus the scholar watched a football game during a wedding, was that a bright idea? All that on this weeks House of Nerd!
Episode summary introduction: Swarthmore did not make Luke's initial list, because his dad went to Swarthmore. Then, late fall of his senior year, he visited Swarthmore and stayed overnight with the soccer team. Luke was blown away by the people he met at Swarthmore. Luke Neureiter is a Senior at Swarthmore College pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and Peace & Conflict Studies. In particular, we discuss the following with him: Why Swarthmore ? Why Major in Engineering and Peace & Conflict Studies? Being a Lang Scholar Advice to Applicants Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction to Luke Neureiter, Swarthmore  Hi Fives - Podcast Highlights  Incredible Experience Why Swarthmore?  High School Interests  Transition to Swarthmore  Peers - “The Best Part”  Profs - Phenomenal Experience  Campus Life  Activities - DFC, Lang Scholar  Majors - Engineering & Peace and Conflict Studies  Summers  Majors - Engineering & Peace and Conflict Studies  COVID Impact  Advice to Aspirants  Memories: Best Lunches & more  Our Guest: Luke Neureiter is a Senior at Swarthmore College pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering and Peace & Conflict Studies. Luke is a Lang Scholar. Memorable Quote: “And Peace Engineering, in my mind, is really about combining both the ideas in Peace and Conflict Studies, and practical Engineering technical skills.” Luke. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Digest. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email email@example.com. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations:, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, Breaker, Anchor. For Transcripts of all our podcasts, visit almamatters.io/podcasts.
It's no secret Taylor Swift loves to bake—she's even said that her love language is cooking! With the holidays just around the corner, we thought it would be festive to discuss the times Taylor has cooked for her friends as well as all the recipes you can try too! Did you know Taylor received private cooking lessons from Ina Garten? Did you know Taylor taught St. Vincent how to cook?! We share several little known facts about Taylor in the kitchen, so get your apron and oven mitt ready—let's start cooking! We even tried two of Taylor's recipes in preparation for this episode, and we're excited to tell you how they went at the end. Ali's Daydream: Ed Sheeran's new album = and Scholar's Pub in Rome, Italy Kressie's Daydream: New Animal Crossing update and Taylor's many live television appearances this week
“As I grow as a writer and a journalist, I am constantly just trying to listen and learn from new perspectives. Never put something off as a topic that you ‘know about' or that you've done work on…always be open to learning more and listening more.” Emma Zimmerman is a Brooklyn-based writer, journalist, and podcast host. Her work primarily explores topics of women in endurance sports, sport and social change, and environmental justice. Emma's Social Sport podcast, which is part of the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network, “features conversations with endurance athletes of all types committed to fostering social change.” Her writing has appeared in Taproot Magazine, Runner's World, Trail Runner, and more. Emma ran Cross Country and Track & Field at Grinnell College, where she also earned her BA in Political Science and Environmental Studies. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing at New York University. In this conversation, Emma offers listeners a writing prompt to get your creativity flowing in the outdoors and we hear about how she's used writing as a tool for social change. In This Episode: Social Sport, a Citius Mag Podcast Social Sport Ep. 53 – Dinée Dorame on Living Her Values as a Navajo Woman in Sports Media “How Dinée Dorame Is Building A Deeper Understanding Of Running Culture,' by Emma Zimmerman, Trail Runner Magazine, July 14, 2021 The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson Ted Lasso on Apple TV+ The Mamas & the Papas Paul Simon Follow Emma Zimmerman & Social Sport Podcast: Instagram (Emma): @emma_zimmerman Twitter (Emma): @emmamzimm Instagram (Social Sport): @socialsportpod http://www.emmamzimmerman.com/ Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher Music by Jacob Shije (Santa Clara Pueblo, NM). This podcast was made possible through the Tracksmith Fellowship Program.
Power Talker, Author, Medical Doctor & Egyptian Scholar Dr. Charles Finch will discuss the history, beliefs, and myths that are the foundation of Judaism. Christianity, and Islam plus more... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Michael Holtz talks to Sara Howard, MPH and Ph.D. student, who works in the epidemiology and exposure science group at ORAU and ORISE, recently won a Scholar-in-Training Award for her virtual poster presentation at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society. Her poster presentation focused on "Tobacco use and its relationship to socioeconomic status in occupational radiation cohorts." She used data from the Million Person Study and other sources for her project. We discuss the specifics of her research, the Million Person Study and Sara's plan for the future. Take a listen to this great conversation with an up-and-coming researcher.
Brenna is a bully in a lot of ways - but so is Maureen so it's equal. We are off to save Leafpaw and the other captured cats! Hopefully a little bit of oversleeping doesn't mean we are too late. Book: The New Prophecy: Dawn Follow us on Twitter! WCWITCast (@WCWITCast) Follow us on Instagram! WCWITCast What We are Reading (Not Sponsored): Harrow the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir Cat Fact Sources: The Cat | Godfather Anniversary: 40 Surprises About the Classic Film | TIME.com Vito's cat | The Godfather Wiki | Fandom Music : Happy Boy Theme by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3855-happy-boy-theme License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ The Curtain Rises by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5007-the-curtain-rises License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Every Christian needs to hear what one of the leading resurrection scholars in the world, Dr Mike Licona, had to say about the empty tomb story during the season six finale of his Risen Jesus Podcast, and take it to heart when arguing for Christianity.Empty Tomb [Season Finale] | Risen Jesus Podcast S6E10https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY-O8b9mITsPaulogia vs Dr Andrew Loke Debatehttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCvvkHTvIjBL_WGdBy2pmEc0xQDwNmiMzWho Saw Risen Jesus? (Dr Andrew Loke vs Dr Dale Allison & Friends)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qtfFPd_R_EJoin this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIS4cWaXgWpznjwovFYQBJQ/joinSupport Paulogia athttp://www.patreon.com/paulogiahttp://www.paypal.me/paulogiahttps://www.amazon.ca/hz/wishlist/ls/YTALNY19IBC8?ref_=wl_sharehttps://teespring.com/stores/paulogiaPaulogia Audio-Only-Version Podcasthttps://paulogia.buzzsprout.comFollow Paulogia athttp://www.twitter.com/paulogia0http://www.facebook.com/paulogia0https://discord.gg/BXbv7DSSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/paulogia)
Today's guest is Dr. Shuchi Talati, Chief of Staff, Office of Fossil Energy & Carbon Management at the U.S. Department of Energy.The mission of the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management is to minimize the environmental impacts of fossil fuels while working towards net-zero emissions.Dr. Talati joined the DOE at the beginning of the Biden-Harris Administration. Before assuming her current role, Shuchi worked as the Deputy Director of Policy at Carbon180, where she focused on policies to build sustainable and equitable carbon removal at scale. In addition, Dr. Talati was a Scholar in Residence at American University and she worked at the Union of Concerned Scientists, where she led efforts to guide sound governance around solar geoengineering and carbon removal approaches to limit global warming. Dr. Talati was the 2017-2018 AAAS/AIP Congressional Science Fellow in the U.S. Senate and served at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in the Obama Administration. Dr. Talati holds a B.S. in environmental engineering from Northwestern University, an M.A. in climate and society from Columbia University, and a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University in engineering and public policy.I was excited to sit down with Dr. Talati because of her role and expertise in the energy policy sector. Dr. Talati explains her position at the Department of Energy and why she dedicated her career to CDR (Carbon Dioxide Removal). We dive into the role of fossil fuels, carbon removal, nuclear energy, and offsets as climate solutions. We also have a lively conversation about the role of policy and government in the energy transition and why understanding energy poverty is critical to a successful clean energy transition. Dr. Talati is an incredible guest, and this is a must-listen episode.Enjoy the show!You can find me on twitter @jjacobs22 or @mcjpod and email at firstname.lastname@example.org, where I encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded October 13th, 2021For more information about this episode, visit: https://myclimatejourney.co/episodes/shuchi-talati
Dr. Patricia Hilliard (she/her) works for the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation at North Carolina State University as a Research Associate. She works collaboratively with K-12 educators to design and deliver professional learning, both virtual and in-person. Dr. Hilliard has been a high school teacher, university instructor, and instructional coach. Dr. Callie Edwards (she/her) serves as the Associate Director of Program Evaluation and Education Research at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation. For nearly a decade, she has used research methods to study, partner with, and advocate for historically underrepresented and underserved populations. Dr. Edwards has worked in state government, college assessment, academic affairs, and student wellness. In 2015, she founded The Life of A Scholar, LLC an educational coaching and consulting agency that specializes in graduate and dissertation coaching as well as research and evaluation consulting.
This episode will be on Masuria on the Masuria people with Dr. Lorenz Gonschor! This is an overview of indigenous minorities in Europe in general, Masurian ancestors and relatives, how the two international agreements affected them, and finally how there is now a cultural resurgence among those Masurians who survived these upheavals and continue to live there today. Connect with Lorenz:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/lorenz.gonschor/ Scholar -https://manoa-hawaii.academia.edu/LorenzGonschor?from_navbar=true Learn more at www.nativestories.org
TO LISTEN TO THE SHOW Guest Page Fast links to Items: Richard – Bruce Support The Other Side of Midnight! Bruce Olav Solheim is a distinguished professor of American History at Citrus College in Glendora, California, and was a Fulbright Professor and Scholar in 2003 at the University of Tromsø, northern Norway. Up until 2016, however, Dr. Solheim lived a secret “paranormal life” — from the time, at age four, he almost died …. Solheim was staying at his grandmother's farmhouse on a remote island in northern Norway. He became gravely ill from playing too long in the snow, and at some point in the night, he recalls waking up to see “an angelic figure emerging from light cascading down from the farmhouse's open-beamed ceiling ….” “The presence made me feel like everything was going to be OK, and I drifted back to sleep,” Solheim said. “When I woke up, [...]
Portions of this historic interview are featured in this week's radio show & podcast, and Public TV & YouTubeIn this historic, inter-generational meeting of minds, Laura Flanders brings together New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY Representative 14th District) and MIT professor emeritus Noam Chomsky—for the first time ever—to discuss the way forward for people, politics, and the planet. From labor strikes to racial uprisings to climate action to the Great Resignation, they reflect on the renewed power of collective organizing and the changing tide in economic thinking and electoral politics. Their insights demand that we think differently about everything from our nation's history and its place in the world, to who can run for office in America and win. In their first face-to-face conversation, the mutual admiration is palpable. Laura closes with some thoughts on thinking the unthinkable.“We're now having one of the major strikes in American history when workers are simply saying, ‘We're not gonna go back to the rotten, oppressive jobs, or precarious circumstances, with no health[care].' The one-sided class war of the last 40 years is becoming two-sided…” —Noam Chomsky, Scholar, Activist, Author“cynicism is the tool that is given to us to hurt ourselves ” —AOC, D-NY Representative 14th District•Watch this episode on YouTube & PBS World Channel and on over 200 PBS stations check your local Public TV schedule for airdate and time•Episode Research & Reading List to dive deeper into the episode.•Noam Chomsky's latest *book: "The Precipice, Neoliberalism, the Pandemic and the Urgent Need for Radical Change" - Purchase(*Bookshop is an online bookstore with a mission to financially support local, independent bookstores. The LF Show is an affiliate of bookshop.org and will receive a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. )
In the second century Ad, the Antonine Wall was built as the northwestern border of the Roman Empire. It had long been known that the wall ran through Bearsden, a town a short journey from Glasgow. But in the 1970s archaeologists, among them David Breeze, were asked to run trial excavations in the search for a fort. Scholar of Hadrian's Wall, the Antonine Wall and the Roman army, David joins Tristan to take us through the findings at Bearsden, from bath house to barracks. David and Tristan then turn their attention to Hadrian's wall, 100 miles south, and its initial construction. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“All our Indigenous communities have runners that were messengers and caretakers…runners were the ones that helped communicate important messages about when to uprise..we are Indigenous runners, we are lifelines to our people and communities.” Dr. Amanda Cheromiah (Laguna Pueblo) is an educator, storyteller, photographer, and avid runner. She recently received her PhD in Higher Education from the University of Arizona and is currently the Director of the Native SOAR (Student Outreach, Access & Resilience) Program on campus. Her dissertation, “The Indigenous Revolt in Education: Indigenous Feat – A Scholar's Pace,” uses Indigenous methods of storytelling to highlight the experiences of 11 Indigenous runners, including herself. Her work focuses on the intersection of the higher education, running, land, spirituality, Indigenous cultures, and health–while also showing Native students that they are not alone in their educational journey and that we all ultimately “move at our own pace.” In her free time, Dr. Cheromiah is a photographer and tells us about how being partially blind empowers her art and impacts her running. Join us in conversation as we discuss everything from college access to mental health to our favorite running gear! In This Episode: “The Indigenous Revolt in Education: Indigenous Feat - A Scholar's Pace,” Dissertation by Dr. Amanda Cheromiah Indigenous Feat – A Scholar's Pace on YouTube Kyle Sumatzkuku & Duane Humeyestewa - Grounded Pod Episode 34 Lewis Tewanima Carlisle Indian School – A Brief History Pueblo Revolt of 1680 Lydia Jennings - Grounded Pod Episode 12 Brooks Ariel '20 Women's Running Shoe The Canary Effect on YouTube “Native UArizona students claim President Robbins made insensitive comments,” KGUN9 Local News - Tucson, November 4, 2019. Reservation Dogs on FX on Hulu Selena: The Series on Netflix “Drinkin' Problems” song by Midland “Is It Any Wonder?” song by Durand Jones & The Indications Dr. Amanda Cheromiah: Instagram: @drcheromiah Twitter: @drcheromiah TikTok: @drcheromiah Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher Music by Jacob Shije (Santa Clara Pueblo, NM). This podcast was made possible through the Tracksmith Fellowship Program.
Scholar, author, priest and social activist Duncan Ryuken Williams teaches in the talk on the text Sandokai, situating it in its context among Buddhist teachings on shifting vantage points, and correlates the wisdom of this ancient Zen text with the present concerns for racial reparations, justice, and healing. 10/31/2021, Duncan Ryuken Williams, dharma talk at Green Gulch Farm.
Cancel culture can be about consequences, but it can also damage the causes it attempts to champion. John McWhorter teaches linguistics, American studies and music history at Columbia University, and he joins host Krys Boyd to make the case that people of color are sometimes harmed by well-meaning antiracists who sometimes lose sight of the thing they are fighting against. His book is called “Woke Racism: How a New Religion Has Betrayed Black America.”
This episode of the Getting Smart Podcast is sponsored by the Getting Smart newsletter: Smart Update. On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark is joined by Robert Simmons III. Robert is a scholar and activist on diversity, equity and inclusion. Robert serves as a Scholar in Residence and a Scholar of Antiracist of Antiracist Praxis in the School of Education at American University and as a member of the Diversity Scholars Network at the National Center for Institutional Diversity at the University of Michigan. Let's listen in as they discuss new social contracts, longtime DEI advocacy, compounding crises, food programs and much more.
In this episode you will find proof that I can disagree with others without loosing my composure. I may not always do it promptly, though! (Most severe critic: A+) Inspired by "MEDICARE FOR THE LAZY MAN; Simplest & Easiest Guide Ever! (2021)" on Amazon.com. Return to leave a short customer review & help future readers. Official website: https://www.MedicareForTheLazyMan.com Send questions & love notes: DBJ@MLMMailbag.com
55. Mary Ann Newell and Jaylen Dotson - Accessible Voices “'We're not that different. We're really not that different from other people who are in the way we think and approach the world, but just that we have to communicate who we are.” – Jaylen Dotson Guest Info: Mary Ann Newell is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been supporting students with autism spectrum disorder in various capacities for nearly ten years. In her current role, she helps students navigate the challenges of university life and to increase their academic and social competence. Prior to joining the ASPIRE team, Mary Ann taught special education and supervised a clinical treatment team providing comprehensive intervention services to individuals with ASD. Mary Ann has received extensive training in the areas of play and relationship-based therapy, assessment and support of individuals on the spectrum, and in the treatment of trauma. Mary Ann received her bachelor's degree in psychology from West Chester University and her master's degree in clinical counseling from Chestnut Hill College. Jaylen Dotson is a graduate of Saint Joseph's University with a Bachelor of Arts in Film Studies and a working SCHOLAR at the Kinney Center. In his current role, he is the editor in chief of the Camp Kinney newsletter and is currently producing an end-of-summer video celebrating the work done by the Kinney Center. Prior to becoming a scholar, Jaylen's first job was with the Department of Defense. During the summers, he worked as a Management Clerk and then a Management Assistant, aiding his supervisors in a variety of administrative tasks. Jaylen is also a writer for the Hawk Newspaper whose column "CineHawk" provides incisive reviews and analysis of the latest theatrical and streaming releases. Before graduating, Jaylen spent two semesters as a peer mentor, providing valuable to younger students at Kinney using his own experience. He also frequently manned the front desk, a task he still occasionally fulfills as needed. Jaylen was quite active in several clubs on campus, including Improv, College Democrats, and Radio 1854. Favorite Quote: Mary Ann: "We cannot change what we are not aware of, and once we are aware, we cannot help but change.” — Sheryl Sandberg Jaylen: “I am bent, but not broken. I am scarred, but not disfigured. I am sad, but not hopeless. I am tired, but not powerless. I am angry, but not bitter." — HealthyPlace.com R.O.G. Takeaway Tips: 1. Learn the Vocabulary One thing all of us must do is get our vocabulary right on differences we don't know enough about. Vocab and terminology from this episode: ASD - Autism Spectrum Disorder Neurodiversity - The range of differences in individual brain function and behavioral traits, regarded as part of normal variation in the human population. This term is typically used to describe people with ASD, but may also refer to other differences such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and dyspraxia. Neurotypical - Term used to reference those who do not have a condition that would qualify them as neurodiverse. 2. Acceptable behaviors. It's important to identify and recognize what behavioral norms are tolerated in our organizations. Behaviors often associated with ASD compared to other tolerated workplace behavior. We need to check our conditioning about what's acceptable. For example, being literal vs. being aggressive. Resources: Mary Ann Newell on LinkedIn Jaylen Dotson on LinkedIn St. Joseph's Kinney Center for Autism Support Studies Mary Ann Newell: Assistant Director of College Support Kinney Center ‘CineHawk' Jaylen Dotson '21 Shares His Final Review Before Commencement Neurodiversity as a Competitive Advantage by Robert D. Austin and Gary P. Pisano, HRB Magazine (May–June 2017) Coming Next: Episode 56: we will be joined by Mia Ives-Rublee, Director, Disability Justice Initiative - Center for American Progress Action Fund Credits: Mary Ann Newell, Jaylen Dotson, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy, Bridge Between, Inc.
James is Director of the Advanced Research Computing Centre at UCL. In this episode he talks about the practical application of data intensive research; what does NLP mean to a historian, now able to read every book written in the 19th century at once? James is looking to expand his team. If ARCC sounds like the place for you head to: https://microsites.harveynash.co.uk/ucl/home Also - GO CHECK OUT THE TECH WOMEN 100 (we implore you): https://wearetechwomen.com/techwomen100-awards-full-shortlist-2021/
Greater Atlanta Christian students raised money to start a school in Cameroon; Two Sugar Hill Christian Academy students were named semifinalists for Merit Scholarships; And Corporate Environments has brought on Stacy Robinson as an architectural sales representative. #GwinnettCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group on 10-21-2021 For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, everything from the seed of the woman (Nephilim lineage/blue blood) to the mark of the beast, the abolishment of family systems to the Hydra creature found in the jabs is explained by Dr. Joy Pugh. She shares years of research, scientific, historic, and spiritual to paint the picture for the End of Days (and why we are actually in it), the Catching Away, and what we can expect as humans on the planet. Dr. Joye and Michaela dive into the New Age Movement, its Luciferian roots and a literal "come to Jesus" Michaela had. Dr. Joye explains how the pineal gland (our God antennae) and the unique vibration every human has on the planet, combined with RFID are going to be used to manipulate the masses. Dr. Joye Jeffries Pugh's books Eden: The Knowledge of Good and Evil 666 and Antichrist: The Cloned Image of Jesus Christ are eschatology and theology best sellers. She and her research are featured on the History Channel and International Radio shows including Coast to Coast AM. ''Dr. Joye" had a supernatural dream at age 6 about the End of Time and her 40 years of research into that dream has allowed her to tell the world what is about to happen in our generation. Dr. Joye Jeffries Pugh's latest book series is a trilogy entitled BEGUILDED Eden to Armageddon Volumes 1, 2 and 3. (2017 updated editions) This fascinating trilogy of in-depth research reveals evil's origins, its struggle through the ages against good, and it's well-planned agenda with the intent on destroying the Creator's connection to creation through beguilement. These books unlock the secret of an important prophetic parable that has eluded scholars for decades, by revealing for the first time the true lineages of the Wheat and Tares. She is a recipient of Who's Who in the World and a member of the DAR. This episode is one that can't wait, listen today and share it wildly. Visit Dr Joye and pick up her books https://www.drjoye.com/ Visit Michaela http://www.beyoufindhappy.com Subscribe to the Be You Find Happy Podcast itunes | https://apple.co/31qiCQ9 Stitcher | https://bit.ly/37tUVdF Spotify | https://spoti.fi/2IQ50HG iHeartRadio | https://ihr.fm/3o927BS Google Play Music | https://bit.ly/3kga5qF --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beyoufindhappy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beyoufindhappy/support
For decades, scholar Randall Kennedy has been writing about race, culture and the law. “We are certainly much further from the racial promised land than I had thought that we were," he says. Randall Kennedy joins Meghna Chakrabarti.