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Seekers of Unity
From Neoplatonism to Kabbalah: A Mystical Exploration

Seekers of Unity

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2023 22:39


Neoplatonism and Jewish Mysticism, an introduction. Exploring the debated origins of Kabbalah. Presenting Scholem's Gnosticism and Neoplatonism origin hypothesis, Idel's rejection of it and his own more nuanced theory. Check out the rest of our wonderful collaborators: @LetsTalkReligion What is Neoplatonism: https://youtu.be/vZEUo_sHoBw @TheEsotericaChannel Neoplatonism vs Gnosticism: https://youtu.be/ZV5ubPPzT7U @drangelapuca Plotinus and Iamblichus on Theurgy and Magic: https://youtu.be/lNqnNjsGExM @TheModernHermeticist The Platonic Philosophers' Creed by Thomas Taylor: https://youtu.be/Wzd98YSG6Hs @johnvervaeke Neoplatonism & 4E Cognitive Science: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lbk3lA6zCic 00:00 Disclaimer 00:45 Shout out 02:06 Where does Kabbalah come from? 04:44 a word from our sponsors 05:21 Kabbalah as a Historical Phenomena 07:37 What is Kabbalah? 08:28 Why then, why so? 09:57 Gershom Scholem 11:55 What is Neoplatonism? 14:20 From Scholem to Idel 15:23 Moshe Idel 18:55 Idel's Theory 22:01 Thank you and shout out Sources and Further Reading • Gershom Scholem, Kabbalah, 1974, pp. 45, 98. • Gershom Scholem, Major Trends, 1941, pp. 74-75. • Gershom Scholem, Origins of the Kabbalah, 1987, pp. 269, 363. • Moshe Idel, "On Binary 'Beginnings' in Kabbalah-Scholarship", in Aporemata. Kritische Studien zur Philologiegeschichte 5 (2001): Historicization-Historisierung, pp. 322-25 • Moshe Idel, Kabbalah: New Perspectives, 1988, pp. 30-2 • Moshe Idel, “Jewish Kabbalah and Platonism in the Middle Ages and Renaissance” in Lenn Goodman, Neoplatonism and Jewish Thought, State University of New York Press, 1992, pp. 318-9 • Lloyd P. Gerson, Foreword, Neoplatonism (Hackett Classics) 2nd Edition, by Lloyd P. Gerson and R. T. Wallis • Pauliina Remes and Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, “Introduction: Neoplatonism today,” in The Routledge Handbook of Neoplatonism by Pauliina Remes and Svetla Slaveva-Griffin (eds.) Join us: https://discord.gg/EQtjK2FWsm https://facebook.com/seekersofunity https://instagram.com/seekersofunity https://www.twitter.com/seekersofu https://www.seekersofunity.com Thank you to our beloved Patrons: Eny, Kim, Michael, Kirk, Ron, Seth, Daniel, Raphael, Daniel, Jason, Sergio, Leila, Wael, jXaviErre, Simona, Francis, Etty, Stephen, Arash, William, Michael, Matija, Timony, Vilijami, Stoney, El techo, Stephen, Ross, Ahmed, Alexander, Diceman, Hannah, Julian, Leo, Sim, Sultan, John, Joshua, Igor, Chezi, Jorge, Andrew, Alexandra, Füsun, Lucas, Andrew, Stian, Ivana, Aédàn, Darjeeling, Astarte, Declan, Gregory, Alex, Charlie, Anonymous, Joshua, Arin, Sage, Marcel, Ahawk, Yehuda, Kevin, Evan, Shahin, Al Alami, Dale, Ethan, Gerr, Effy, Noam, Ron, Shtus, Mendel, Jared, Tim, Mystic Experiment, MM, Lenny, Justin, Joshua, Jorge, Wayne, Jason, Caroline, Yaakov, Daniel, Wodenborn, Steve, Collin, Justin, Mariana, Vic, Shaw, Carlos, Nico, Isaac, Frederick, David, Ben, Rodney, Charley, Jonathan, Chelsea, Curly Joe, Adam and Andre. Join them in supporting us: patreon: https://www.patreon.com/seekers paypal: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=RKCYGQSMJFDRU

New Books in American Studies
Michael Lawrence Dickinson, "Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807" (U Georgia Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 62:13


Beginning in the late seventeenth century and concluding with the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade, Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807 (U Georgia Press, 2022) reveals how the thousands of captives who lived, bled, and resisted in the Black Urban Atlantic survived to form dynamic communities. Michael Lawrence Dickinson uses cities with close commercial ties to shed light on similarities, variations, and linkages between urban Atlantic slave communities in mainland America and the Caribbean.  The study adopts the perspectives of those enslaved to reveal that, in the eyes of the enslaved, the distinctions were often in degree rather than in kind as cities throughout the Black Urban Atlantic remained spaces for Black oppression and resilience. The tenets of subjugation remained all too similar, as did captives' need to stave off social death and hold on to their humanity. Almost Dead argues that urban environments provided unique barriers to and avenues for social rebirth: the process by which African-descended peoples reconstructed their lives individually and collectively after forced exportation from West Africa. This was an active process of cultural remembrance, continued resistance, and communal survival. Indeed it was in these urban slave communities-within the connections between neighbors and kinfolk-that the enslaved found the physical and psychological resources necessary to endure the seemingly unendurable. Whether sites of first arrival, commodification, sale, short-term captivity, or lifetime enslavement, the urban Atlantic shaped and was shaped by Black lives. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in African American Studies
Michael Lawrence Dickinson, "Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807" (U Georgia Press, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 62:13


Beginning in the late seventeenth century and concluding with the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade, Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807 (U Georgia Press, 2022) reveals how the thousands of captives who lived, bled, and resisted in the Black Urban Atlantic survived to form dynamic communities. Michael Lawrence Dickinson uses cities with close commercial ties to shed light on similarities, variations, and linkages between urban Atlantic slave communities in mainland America and the Caribbean.  The study adopts the perspectives of those enslaved to reveal that, in the eyes of the enslaved, the distinctions were often in degree rather than in kind as cities throughout the Black Urban Atlantic remained spaces for Black oppression and resilience. The tenets of subjugation remained all too similar, as did captives' need to stave off social death and hold on to their humanity. Almost Dead argues that urban environments provided unique barriers to and avenues for social rebirth: the process by which African-descended peoples reconstructed their lives individually and collectively after forced exportation from West Africa. This was an active process of cultural remembrance, continued resistance, and communal survival. Indeed it was in these urban slave communities-within the connections between neighbors and kinfolk-that the enslaved found the physical and psychological resources necessary to endure the seemingly unendurable. Whether sites of first arrival, commodification, sale, short-term captivity, or lifetime enslavement, the urban Atlantic shaped and was shaped by Black lives. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

Frank Morano
Local Spotlight | 02-02-2023

Frank Morano

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 9:49


Frank Morano brings you the issues that matter the most with style and wit in the Other Side of Midnight Local Spotlight. Frank discusses the State University of New York colleges telling incoming freshman that they will have to pass a new diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice themed class, the NJ State Assembly naming November 22nd after the Korean food dish kimchi, Governor Hochul unveiling her state budget yesterday, and as nominations open up for this years inductees into the National Radio Hall of Fame, he nominated Curtis Sliwa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Working Drummer
404 - Dan Ainspan: Hosting the Nashville Drummers Podcast w/Nathan Sletner, Working at Pearl Drums, Studying with Blake Fleming

Working Drummer

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 97:25


Dan Ainspan is the co-host of the podcast Nashville Drummers Podcast with colleague Nathan Sletner. The podcast gives a voice to Nashville's next generation of players — the up-and-coming drummers that you may haven't heard of yet. Dan is also currently the Jr. Marketing Manager, Band & Orchestra Products for Pearl Corporation, based in Nashville, TN. A Slingerlands, NY native, Dan attended the State University of New York College at Oneonta where he received a B.A. in Music Industry with Double Minors in Percussion Performance and Audio Production. At Oneonta, Dan studied percussion with Dr. Julie Licata and drum set with The Mars Volta drummer Blake Fleming. After graduating in 2015, Dan relocated to Indianapolis, IN to pursue an internship with the Percussive Arts Society before his eventual move to Nashville, TN. In this episode, Dan talks about:    His job at Pearl drums    Dan's journey from college to NY to Indianapolis to Nashville    Interning at PAS    Studying with original The Mars Volta drummer Blake Fleming    Leaning into his digital and social media skills    Hosting the Nashville Drummers podcast w/Nathan Sletner The value of a personal website in 2023

New Books Network
Michael Lawrence Dickinson, "Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807" (U Georgia Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 62:13


Beginning in the late seventeenth century and concluding with the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade, Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807 (U Georgia Press, 2022) reveals how the thousands of captives who lived, bled, and resisted in the Black Urban Atlantic survived to form dynamic communities. Michael Lawrence Dickinson uses cities with close commercial ties to shed light on similarities, variations, and linkages between urban Atlantic slave communities in mainland America and the Caribbean.  The study adopts the perspectives of those enslaved to reveal that, in the eyes of the enslaved, the distinctions were often in degree rather than in kind as cities throughout the Black Urban Atlantic remained spaces for Black oppression and resilience. The tenets of subjugation remained all too similar, as did captives' need to stave off social death and hold on to their humanity. Almost Dead argues that urban environments provided unique barriers to and avenues for social rebirth: the process by which African-descended peoples reconstructed their lives individually and collectively after forced exportation from West Africa. This was an active process of cultural remembrance, continued resistance, and communal survival. Indeed it was in these urban slave communities-within the connections between neighbors and kinfolk-that the enslaved found the physical and psychological resources necessary to endure the seemingly unendurable. Whether sites of first arrival, commodification, sale, short-term captivity, or lifetime enslavement, the urban Atlantic shaped and was shaped by Black lives. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. 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 Early Modern History
Michael Lawrence Dickinson, "Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807" (U Georgia Press, 2022)

New Books in Early Modern History

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 62:13


Beginning in the late seventeenth century and concluding with the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade, Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807 (U Georgia Press, 2022) reveals how the thousands of captives who lived, bled, and resisted in the Black Urban Atlantic survived to form dynamic communities. Michael Lawrence Dickinson uses cities with close commercial ties to shed light on similarities, variations, and linkages between urban Atlantic slave communities in mainland America and the Caribbean.  The study adopts the perspectives of those enslaved to reveal that, in the eyes of the enslaved, the distinctions were often in degree rather than in kind as cities throughout the Black Urban Atlantic remained spaces for Black oppression and resilience. The tenets of subjugation remained all too similar, as did captives' need to stave off social death and hold on to their humanity. Almost Dead argues that urban environments provided unique barriers to and avenues for social rebirth: the process by which African-descended peoples reconstructed their lives individually and collectively after forced exportation from West Africa. This was an active process of cultural remembrance, continued resistance, and communal survival. Indeed it was in these urban slave communities-within the connections between neighbors and kinfolk-that the enslaved found the physical and psychological resources necessary to endure the seemingly unendurable. Whether sites of first arrival, commodification, sale, short-term captivity, or lifetime enslavement, the urban Atlantic shaped and was shaped by Black lives. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Caribbean Studies
Michael Lawrence Dickinson, "Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807" (U Georgia Press, 2022)

New Books in Caribbean Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 62:13


Beginning in the late seventeenth century and concluding with the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade, Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807 (U Georgia Press, 2022) reveals how the thousands of captives who lived, bled, and resisted in the Black Urban Atlantic survived to form dynamic communities. Michael Lawrence Dickinson uses cities with close commercial ties to shed light on similarities, variations, and linkages between urban Atlantic slave communities in mainland America and the Caribbean.  The study adopts the perspectives of those enslaved to reveal that, in the eyes of the enslaved, the distinctions were often in degree rather than in kind as cities throughout the Black Urban Atlantic remained spaces for Black oppression and resilience. The tenets of subjugation remained all too similar, as did captives' need to stave off social death and hold on to their humanity. Almost Dead argues that urban environments provided unique barriers to and avenues for social rebirth: the process by which African-descended peoples reconstructed their lives individually and collectively after forced exportation from West Africa. This was an active process of cultural remembrance, continued resistance, and communal survival. Indeed it was in these urban slave communities-within the connections between neighbors and kinfolk-that the enslaved found the physical and psychological resources necessary to endure the seemingly unendurable. Whether sites of first arrival, commodification, sale, short-term captivity, or lifetime enslavement, the urban Atlantic shaped and was shaped by Black lives. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/caribbean-studies

New Books in History
Michael Lawrence Dickinson, "Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807" (U Georgia Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 62:13


Beginning in the late seventeenth century and concluding with the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade, Almost Dead: Slavery and Social Rebirth in the Black Urban Atlantic, 1680-1807 (U Georgia Press, 2022) reveals how the thousands of captives who lived, bled, and resisted in the Black Urban Atlantic survived to form dynamic communities. Michael Lawrence Dickinson uses cities with close commercial ties to shed light on similarities, variations, and linkages between urban Atlantic slave communities in mainland America and the Caribbean.  The study adopts the perspectives of those enslaved to reveal that, in the eyes of the enslaved, the distinctions were often in degree rather than in kind as cities throughout the Black Urban Atlantic remained spaces for Black oppression and resilience. The tenets of subjugation remained all too similar, as did captives' need to stave off social death and hold on to their humanity. Almost Dead argues that urban environments provided unique barriers to and avenues for social rebirth: the process by which African-descended peoples reconstructed their lives individually and collectively after forced exportation from West Africa. This was an active process of cultural remembrance, continued resistance, and communal survival. Indeed it was in these urban slave communities-within the connections between neighbors and kinfolk-that the enslaved found the physical and psychological resources necessary to endure the seemingly unendurable. Whether sites of first arrival, commodification, sale, short-term captivity, or lifetime enslavement, the urban Atlantic shaped and was shaped by Black lives. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network en español
Ustedes los pobres, nosotros los ricos: industrias culturales extranjeras y gusto social en Bogotá (2021)

New Books Network en español

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 52:30


En Colombia, se dice que “los ricos quieren ser europeos, las clases medias norteamericanas y los pobres mexicanos”. Así inicia Ustedes los pobres, nosotros los ricos. Industrias culturales extranjeras y gusto social en Bogotá, 1940 – 1970, un libro que explora como las industrias culturales extranjeras (Cine, radio, historietas gráficas, etc), presentes en la ciudad de Bogotá entre 1940 y 1970, estuvieron en los procesos de formación de las identidades sociales en Colombia. En este nuevo episodio hablamos con Alberto Flórez Malagón, politólogo, doctor en Historia de State University of New York, actualmente profesor de la Universidad de Ottawa (Canadá) y autor de autor de Ustedes los pobres, nosotros los ricos. En esta conversación dialogamos acerca de su trayectoria académica, sobre la manera en la que surge este trabajo y de algunas de las reflexiones frente a las industrias culturales en la mitad del siglo XX en Bogotá y los discursos que surgieron a partir de su consumo. Publicado en 2021, este libro es el resultado de una coedición realizada entre tres editoriales universitarias de Bogotá: la Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, la Editorial de la Universidad del Rosario y la Editorial de la Universidad Santo Tomás. Para más información del libro: https://repository.javeriana.edu.co/handle/10554/59279 Presentador y anfitrión del podcast: Jaime Alexander González Casallas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in American Studies
J. Brent Morris, "Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 76:45


The massive and foreboding Great Dismal Swamp sprawls over 2,000 square miles and spills over parts of Virginia and North Carolina. From the early seventeenth century, the nearly impassable Dismal frustrated settlement. However, what may have been an impediment to the expansion of slave society became an essential sanctuary for many of those who sought to escape it. In the depths of the Dismal, thousands of maroons--people who had emancipated themselves from enslavement and settled beyond the reach of enslavers--established new lives of freedom in a landscape deemed worthless and inaccessible by whites.  Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp (UNC Press, 2022) is the first book to fully examine the lives of these maroons and their struggles for liberation. Drawing from newly discovered primary sources and archeological evidence that suggests far more extensive maroon settlement than historians have previously imagined, award-winning author J. Brent Morris uncovers one of the most exciting yet neglected stories of American history. This is the story of resilient, proud, and determined people of color who made the Great Dismal Swamp their free home and sanctuary and who played an outsized role in undermining slavery through the Civil War. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Environmental Studies
J. Brent Morris, "Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in Environmental Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 76:45


The massive and foreboding Great Dismal Swamp sprawls over 2,000 square miles and spills over parts of Virginia and North Carolina. From the early seventeenth century, the nearly impassable Dismal frustrated settlement. However, what may have been an impediment to the expansion of slave society became an essential sanctuary for many of those who sought to escape it. In the depths of the Dismal, thousands of maroons--people who had emancipated themselves from enslavement and settled beyond the reach of enslavers--established new lives of freedom in a landscape deemed worthless and inaccessible by whites.  Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp (UNC Press, 2022) is the first book to fully examine the lives of these maroons and their struggles for liberation. Drawing from newly discovered primary sources and archeological evidence that suggests far more extensive maroon settlement than historians have previously imagined, award-winning author J. Brent Morris uncovers one of the most exciting yet neglected stories of American history. This is the story of resilient, proud, and determined people of color who made the Great Dismal Swamp their free home and sanctuary and who played an outsized role in undermining slavery through the Civil War. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

New Books in African American Studies
J. Brent Morris, "Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 76:45


The massive and foreboding Great Dismal Swamp sprawls over 2,000 square miles and spills over parts of Virginia and North Carolina. From the early seventeenth century, the nearly impassable Dismal frustrated settlement. However, what may have been an impediment to the expansion of slave society became an essential sanctuary for many of those who sought to escape it. In the depths of the Dismal, thousands of maroons--people who had emancipated themselves from enslavement and settled beyond the reach of enslavers--established new lives of freedom in a landscape deemed worthless and inaccessible by whites.  Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp (UNC Press, 2022) is the first book to fully examine the lives of these maroons and their struggles for liberation. Drawing from newly discovered primary sources and archeological evidence that suggests far more extensive maroon settlement than historians have previously imagined, award-winning author J. Brent Morris uncovers one of the most exciting yet neglected stories of American history. This is the story of resilient, proud, and determined people of color who made the Great Dismal Swamp their free home and sanctuary and who played an outsized role in undermining slavery through the Civil War. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books Network
J. Brent Morris, "Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 76:45


The massive and foreboding Great Dismal Swamp sprawls over 2,000 square miles and spills over parts of Virginia and North Carolina. From the early seventeenth century, the nearly impassable Dismal frustrated settlement. However, what may have been an impediment to the expansion of slave society became an essential sanctuary for many of those who sought to escape it. In the depths of the Dismal, thousands of maroons--people who had emancipated themselves from enslavement and settled beyond the reach of enslavers--established new lives of freedom in a landscape deemed worthless and inaccessible by whites.  Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp (UNC Press, 2022) is the first book to fully examine the lives of these maroons and their struggles for liberation. Drawing from newly discovered primary sources and archeological evidence that suggests far more extensive maroon settlement than historians have previously imagined, award-winning author J. Brent Morris uncovers one of the most exciting yet neglected stories of American history. This is the story of resilient, proud, and determined people of color who made the Great Dismal Swamp their free home and sanctuary and who played an outsized role in undermining slavery through the Civil War. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. 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 History
J. Brent Morris, "Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp" (UNC Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 76:45


The massive and foreboding Great Dismal Swamp sprawls over 2,000 square miles and spills over parts of Virginia and North Carolina. From the early seventeenth century, the nearly impassable Dismal frustrated settlement. However, what may have been an impediment to the expansion of slave society became an essential sanctuary for many of those who sought to escape it. In the depths of the Dismal, thousands of maroons--people who had emancipated themselves from enslavement and settled beyond the reach of enslavers--established new lives of freedom in a landscape deemed worthless and inaccessible by whites.  Dismal Freedom: A History of the Maroons of the Great Dismal Swamp (UNC Press, 2022) is the first book to fully examine the lives of these maroons and their struggles for liberation. Drawing from newly discovered primary sources and archeological evidence that suggests far more extensive maroon settlement than historians have previously imagined, award-winning author J. Brent Morris uncovers one of the most exciting yet neglected stories of American history. This is the story of resilient, proud, and determined people of color who made the Great Dismal Swamp their free home and sanctuary and who played an outsized role in undermining slavery through the Civil War. Adam McNeil is a Ph.D. Candidate in History at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

The Uncommon OT Series
OT Mental Health Task Force

The Uncommon OT Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 76:29


In this episode, we will learn from some of the founders and members of the Mental Health Task Force (MHTF). Anne Hiller Scott, OTR/L, PhD, FAOTA, Joan Feder MA, OTR/L, Diane Tewfik, MA, OT (Retired), Mabel Martinez-Almonte, OTR/L. The MHTF is a NYSOTA (New York State Occupational Therapy Association) community of practice that identifies, promotes, and supports occupational therapy practitioners in addressing the psychosocial aspects of occupational engagement in all practice settings through education, advocacy, and community. Show Key Points:· Members and founders briefly introduce themselves and tell us about their backgrounds and OT work· The discuss their motivation to do the Podcast and the MHTF beginnings and summary of its history and goals· They describe their Uncommon OT roles, projects and initiatives· They describe some of MHTF's recent highs and lows· They provide OT practitioners with valuable career advice· They provide resources, community and their contact information Anne Hiller Scott, OTR/L, PhD, FAOTAIn 1969 Dr. Scott began her career at St. Vincent's during the community mental health movement. With the local NYSOTA MH Task Force (MHTF), she led initiatives in continuing education, resource development and publications on evaluation, practice, supervision, quality assurance and wellness. This pioneering service and advocacy were recognized with honors: FAOTA, NYSOTA Practice Award and the Abreu Award. An OTMH issue “New Frontiers in Psychosocial Occupational Therapy” which she edited, showcased innovations by MHTF members, therapists' nationwide and included consumer and OTS perspectives. After teaching at Downstate for fifteen years, she launched the LIU OT Program in 1997 with a mission emphasizing wellness, health promotion and community service learning.Diane Tewfik, MA, OT (Retired)As one of the founding members of the MHOT Taskforce, Diane has had a career In Mental Health OT for over 30 years. Her practice has included outpatient programs, addiction, private practice as well as adult rehabilitation. She was also Associate Professor and Field Coordinator at York College of CUNY's OT Program. She received NYSOTA's Merit of Practice Award in 1997 and AOTA's Recognition of Achievement in 2003 for Preserving Occupational Therapy's Role in Mental Health. Joan Feder MA, OTR/LJoan has dedicated her 40 year career to peer-centered treatment, working in a wide range of settings from acute psychiatric in-patient settings to outpatient psychosocial rehabilitation programs. She received an advanced mental health OT degree from NYU and worked in designing and implementing programming at New York-Presbyterian Hospital –Cornell Medical Center. She had the unique opportunity of designing outpatient services for the SPMI population while overseeing a multidisciplinary team. Her programs were driven by the Recovery Model, with a focus on fostering function and independence, while responding to the ever-changing demands of external regulators. She collaborated over the years on CBT for Psychosis research and lectured at multiple OT schools in NY. She has published in AOTA SIS journals and has a chapter in APA – Textbook of Hospital Psychiatry. Most importantly she was one of the founders of the MNYD mental health task force and has played a key role in the group, over the last 26 years, while benefiting from the amazing professional support provided by all its members. Mabel Martinez-Almonte, OTR/LMabel is a graduate from SUNY Downstate College of Health Related Professions, from the class of 1992. She has worked in mental health for 25 years, on the inpatient psychiatric unit NS-52 in which she supervised Occupational Therapy (OT) students for the past 21 years. She was nominated by her students for the "Supervisor of the Year" in 2000, 2007, 2010, and in 2009 was the recipient of this prestigious award. In addition, she was actively involved with educating the staff in the inpatient psychiatry unit (NS-52), on treatment modalities to decrease restraint and seclusion. She has served as an adjunct professor for the SUNY Downstate CHRP OT program since 1994. These experiences served as a springboard for other teaching opportunities. This spearheaded the initiative to give back to SUNY Downstate and work with professors who served as mentors in her profession as an Occupational Therapist, including getting involved with community service in the mental health arena. Since 1999, she has served in various capacities with NAMI East Flatbush (an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness) consumer and family support group held monthly at SUNY Downstate. She continued to do community service in a broad spectrum, which included conducting lectures and conference presentations to students at various schools (i.e., Long Island University, Columbia University, and Public School 274), and participated as a panelist for mental health Special Interest Group, and co-presented with psychiatry residents from DMC department of psychiatry at the Institute on Psychiatric Services in 2010 on the topic: "Discuss updates working with patients affected by mental illness at SUNY Downstate Medical Center and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) towards mental health consumer empowerment and advocacy and the Metabolic Syndrome Screening Booth at the yearly NAMI Walks event." She has also worked closely with CHRP Occupational Therapy Program and the Department of Psychiatry to organize a yearly NAMI Walk event from 2008-2018, which included the involvement of SUNY Downstate trainees: occupational therapy and medical students, along with psychiatry residents; together with NAMI East Flatbush chapter members and their families, to set up a walk team (SUNY Downstate at NAMI East Flatbush) and provide a Metabolic Syndrome Screening Booth. She has co-presented the work that she does with NAMI and the yearly NAMI Walk events at the Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds. She is an active Advisory Board Member since 2006, for the State University of New York/Health Science Center of Brooklyn - College of Health Related Professions -Occupational Therapy Program, now renamed State University of New York - School of Health Professions (SOHP). Mabel went on to complete graduate studies at Nyack Alliance Graduate School of Counseling and graduated with a master's degree in Mental Health Counseling. She is currently employed at the Special Treatment and Research (STAR) Health Center at SUNY Downstate Medical Center as a mental health counselor since December 2014. She currently provides both individual and group mental health, substance abuse, and supportive counseling for patients receiving care at the STAR Health Center. Her love for educating the community at large on mental health literacy has taken her to pursue training and certification in Mental Health First Aid for adults, youth curriculums since 2012. She has continued to enrich her love for knowledge and service and became certified as a National Certified Counselor and an Evergreen Certified Dementia Care Specialist (ECDCS).RESOURCES & IMPORTANT WORKS BY MEMBERS OVER THE YEARS: Social Profile by Mary Donohue, AOTA Presshttps://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/000841740507200304?journalCode=cjocOT's Walk with Nami (Initiative and Protocol)Let's Get Organized AssessmentSensory Modulation for pediatric inpatientSuzanne White, MA, OTR/L, FAOTAhttps://www.suzannewhiteotr.com/namiPhotography for those with mental illness- Joan Feder, MA, OTR/Lhttps://healthmatters.nyp.org./photography-program-mental-illnessArticle Testimony: Advocacy in Action. OT Practice, Nov 8,2004 by Diane B. Tewfik, MA, OT and Richard Sabel, MA, MPH, OTR, GCFP -2-Article published in September, 2022 issue in OT Practice: Highlighting OT's Role in Mental Health , An Innovative Fieldwork Program for Community- Based Mental Health by Diane B. Tewfik, MA, OT and Anne Hiller Scott, OTR/L, PhD, FAOTAhttps://www.aota.org/publications/ot-practice/ot-practice-issues/2022/community-based-mental-healthDream Home Assessment (free download) by Emily Raphael-Greenfield https://www.vagelos.columbia.edu/education/academic-programs/programs-occupational-therapy/about-programs/faculty-innovations/dream-home-assessment Bucket Drumming Group Article -Hard –Wired for Groups: Students and Clients in the Classroom and Clinic-Mental Health special Interest Section Quarterly, Volume 34, No. 3, September 2011.SMART program (Supporting Many to Achieve Residential Transition, Gutman, S.A. and Raphael-Greenfield EI(2018).https://www.vagelos.columbia.edu/education/academic-programs/programs-occupational-therapy/faculty-innovations/smart-program.Scott, A., (Ed.) (1998). New Frontiers in Psychosocial Occupational Therapy (Ed). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. Scott, A. (1999). Wellness works: Community service health promotion groups led by occupational therapy students. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, (53) 6, 566-574. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.53.6.566Salem, Y., & Scott, A. (2011). A community-based aquatic program for individuals with systemic lupus erythematous: A community-based study. Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy,19:30-31. DOI: 10.3109/09638288.2010.507855Salem, Y., Scott, A., Karpatkin, H., Concert, G., Haller, L., Kaminsky, E., Weisbrot, R, & Spatz, E. (2011). Community-based group aquatic program for individuals with multiple sclerosis: A pilot study. Disability and Rehabilitation, 33:720-728. DOI: 10.3109/09638288.2010.507855 Scott, A., Scott, R., & Cole, M. (2016). Narrative reasoning in disability-themed films (pp. 117-143). In M. Cole & J. Creek (Eds.), Global Perspectives in Professional Reasoning. Thorofare, NJ: Slack.Scott, A., Scott, R., & Cole, M. (2018/4/19-22). From reel to real: Illness narratives in disability-themed films. [Poster Presentation]. AOTA Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. Brooklyn International Disability Film Festival and Wellness Expohttps://www.brooklynpaper.com › superwomanJul 22, 2005 — Brooke Ellison, who at age 11 was hit by a car and left paralyzed ... The free screening is part of the Brooklyn International Disability Film Festival… How to Contact The MHTF: Website: https://www.nysota.org/page/MHTFhttps://www.nysota.org/page/MHTFBios Mental Health Taskforce Listserv: OTmentalhealthtaskforce@gmail.comAs always, I welcome any feedback & ideas from all of you or if you are interested in being a guest on future episodes, please do not hesitate to contact Patricia Motus at transitionsot@gmail.com or DM via Instagram @transitionsot THANK YOU for LISTENING, FOLLOWING, DOWNLOADING, RATING, REVIEWING & SHARING “The Uncommon OT Series” Podcast with all your OTP friends and colleagues! Full Episodes and Q & A only available at: https://www.wholistic-transitions.com/the-uncommon-ot-seriesSign Up NOW for the Transitions OT Email List to Receive the FREE Updated List of Uncommon OT Practice Settingshttps://www.wholistic-transitions.com/transitionsot For Non-Traditional OT Practice Mentorship w/ Patricia: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeC3vI5OnK3mLrCXACEex-5ReO8uUVPo1EUXIi8FKO-FCfoEg/viewformHappy Listening Friends!Big OT Love!All views are mine and the guests' own.Be a Patron to support The Uncommon OT Series Podcast project via Patreon.

Inside The War Room
I Feel, Therefore I Am: The Triumph of Woke Subjectivism

Inside The War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 51:31


What is wrong with wokeism? Mark Goldblatt explains. Links from the show:* I Feel, Therefore I Am: The Triumph of Woke Subjectivism* Chad O. Jackson on Inside the War Room* Connect with Mark* Subscribe to the newsletterAbout my guest:Mark Goldblatt is a novelist, columnist and book reviewer as well as a college professor at Fashion Institute of Technology of the State University of New York.His controversial first novel, Africa Speaks, a satire of black urban culture, was published in 2002 by The Permanent Press. His second novel, Sloth, a comedic take on postmodernism, was published in June 2010 by Greenpoint Press.Goldblatt is perhaps best known as a political commentator. He has written hundreds of opinion pieces for a combination of the New York Post, the New York Times, USA Today, the Daily News, Newsday, National Review Online and the American Spectator Online. He has been a guest on the Catherine Crier Show on Court TV and done dozens of radio interviews for stations across the country and in England. His integrity has been called into question by the Village Voice - which should count for something.Goldblatt's book reviews have appeared in The Common Review, Commentary, Reason Magazine, and the Webzine Ducts. His academic articles have appeared in Philosophy Now, Academic Questions, Sewanee Theological Review, English Renaissance Prose, Issues in Developmental Education 1999, the Encyclopedia of Tudor England and the Dictionary of Literary Biography. Get full access to Dispatches from the War Room at dispatchesfromthewarroom.substack.com/subscribe

The Free Kick
United Soccer Coaches Convention Mini-Series: Tim Schum (Former Binghamton Soccer Coach)

The Free Kick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 63:22


Our second to latest podcast episode sees Author Tim Schum join the podcast to talk about his connection to the sport of soccer. Tim also discusses the connection Pennsylvania, and in particular, Philadelphia, had on growing the sport of soccer here in America. With the likes of Robert W. Robinson, Lower Merion High School (PA), Walter Chyzowych, Philadelphia Textile University, Wake Forest University, Donald Yonker, Drexel University, and Earle C. Waters, West Chester University all playing a vital role.   Tim Schum is a retired professor of Physical Education. He coached the men's soccer team at Binghamton (NY) University for 29 years. Upon retirement from coaching in 1992, the Colonial men had achieved a 259-125-43 record, including eight NCAA Tournament appearances and selection to eight ECAC Tournaments. The Colonials won two ECAC titles and were six-time State University of New York Athletic Conference champions. Holder of a US Soccer “B” Coaching License, Tim was a senior staff member of the NSCAA Coaching Academy and served as an Olympic Development coach for the New York State West Youth Soccer Association. He served as president of the National Soccer Coaches of America (1982-83) and was presented the organization's Honor Award in 1994 as well as inducted to its Soccer Hall of Fame in 2004.   Social Media: Twitter: @FreeKickPod Instagram: @FreeKickPod Facebook: @FreeKickPod thefreekick.net   Where to get the book: relentless-tim-schum

Great Moments in Weed History w/ Abdullah and Bean
Touch Grass: Exploring Cannabis & Spirituality

Great Moments in Weed History w/ Abdullah and Bean

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 46:23


Religious use of cannabis dates back thousands of years, including accounts of consuming hashish-infused bhang found in the oldest Hindu scriptural texts, and in even earlier shamanic traditions. To get in touch with the spiritual side of this revered (and maligned) plant, we talk with Mark S. Ferrara, an associate professor at State University of New York and author of the fascinating book Sacred Bliss: A Spiritual History of Cannabis.  We discuss ceremonial cannabis use in antiquity, and also helpful ways to integrate cannabis into your own spiritual practice—of any kind.  Check out the GMIWH archives for episodes called "The High Hindu Holiday" and "Did Jesus Use Cannabis to Perform Healing Miracles?" for more on spiritual cannabis use in the ancient world. And try the episode "Peter Tosh Gets Lit & Burns Down the Shitstem" for a capsule history of cannabis as a sacrament of the Rastafari faith. Help Make This Podcast Possible! Please support Great Moments in Weed HIstory on Patreon. Supporters get exclusive access to a video version of the show and extra seshes, plus access to cool rewards like a signed book. And it truly helps us make the best show possible.  EPISODE ARCHIVE Visit our Great Moments in Weed History podcast feed for 90+ episodes of our classic format, and subscribe now to get a new weekly podcast every other Weednesday.

Where's MY Sage?!! A Taste of the Universe
Where's My Sage?!! Episode #107 Bigfoot Mapping Project

Where's MY Sage?!! A Taste of the Universe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 127:30


Join Kristie and Mike another episode of Where's My Sage?!! This week they welcome special guest, Scott Tompkins. "Scott Tompkins is the founder of The Bigfoot Mapping Project (bigfootmap.com). With a Bachelor of Science degree in GIS from the State University of New York at Cortland and over 15 years of GIS field experience, Scott has a well-versed perspective on the value of high-quality geographic data."

The Florida History Podcast
Episode 193: The State University System

The Florida History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 16:19


We discuss the history of Florida's State University System which was founded in 1905.

Future of Mobility
#139 - Jan Becker | Apex.AI – Modular, Scalable Software for Autonomy and Software Defined Vehicles

Future of Mobility

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 49:59


Jan Becker is President, CEO and Co-Founder of Apex.AI, Inc. He is also the Managing Director of the Apex.AI GmbH. Key topics in this conversation include: Understanding software defined vehicles Apex.Grace, Apex.Ida, and Apex.OS Building the operating system for autonomous vehicles that is designed to never fail Apex.AI's role enabling autonomy outside of automotive Functional safety considerations for modular software How Apex.AI is making their mark on the industry Links: Show notes: http://brandonbartneck.com/futureofmobility/janbecker https://www.apex.ai/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/janbecker23/ Jan's bio Jan Becker is President, CEO and Co-Founder of Apex.AI, Inc. He is also the Managing Director of the Apex.AI GmbH, our subsidiary in Germany. Prior to founding Apex.AI, he was Senior Director at Faraday Future responsible for Autonomous Driving and Director at Robert Bosch LLC responsible for Automated Driving in North America. He also served as a Senior Manager and Principal Engineer at the Bosch Research and Technology Center in Palo Alto, CA, USA, and as a senior research engineer for Corporate Research at Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany. Since 2010, Jan is Lecturer at Stanford University for autonomous vehicles and driver assistance. Previously, he was a visiting scholar at the University's Artificial Intelligence Lab and a member of the Stanford Racing Team for the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge. In 2019, Jan was appointed to serve on the external Advisory Board of MARELLI to provide strategic advice to the MARELLI Board. In 2018, he co-founded the Autoware Foundation and was on the foundation's board of directors until 2020. Jan earned a Ph.D. in control engineering from the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, a master's degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, and a master's degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. About Apex.AI Apex.AI is a Palo Alto, Munich, Berlin, Stuttgart and Gothenburg-based company that is developing breakthrough safe, certified, developer-friendly, and scalable software for mobility systems. Our software products are based on proven open-source software, such as ROS or Eclipse iceoryx, so that we don't spend time redeveloping what already works. Instead, we fork software that has been developed and proven in use by large developer communities. We then add what is missing: Functional safety, flawless performance, and support for application in commercial and safety-critical products. In order to do so, we have developed a proprietary process to rework open-source software in record time such that it conforms to the highest requirements of the applicable functional safety standard. We launched our award-winning first product Apex.Grace, formerly known as Apex.OS, after three years in 2020 and have taken it through certification in record time for launch in 2021. Future of Mobility: The Future of Mobility podcast is focused on the development and implementation of safe, sustainable, effective, and accessible mobility solutions, with a spotlight on the people and technology advancing these fields. Edison Manufacturing: Edison manufacturing is your low volume contract manufacturing partner for build and assembly of complex mobility and energy products that don't neatly fit within traditional high-volume production methods.

Into Our Own Hands
Ep 12 OPEN PIT FIRING WILD CLAY: Desperate making with Emily Brownawell

Into Our Own Hands

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 58:02


How an urgent need to make can lead to simple, accessible tools and methods.  Open pit fire the wild clay you harvested and processed with us earlier in the Season - if you don't have land, use a trashcan!  Can your earthenware make the transition to becoming ceramic?  Emily shares her artistic process and methods as a ceramic artist.    This is Part 3 of a three-part making exercise over the season of the show – harvesting wild clay (Ep 2), processing wild clay (Ep 11) and firing your wild clay in an open pit (Season finale and Part 3).   About Emily:  Emily Brownawell is a New York based ceramic artist. She earned her MFA in Ceramics at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Grants and fellowships include the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Technical Assistant, Andrah Scholarship, Research and Creative Projects Award, Bolton Scholarship, and the Virginia Fuller Prize.  She has exhibited at the Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, Williamsburg Arts and Historical Center, and Pittsburgh Center for the Arts.   Raised by oceanographers across the street from an intertidal region of Long Island Sound, the marine ecosystem played a powerful role throughout her childhood and continues to inform her practice through visual inspiration and systems of organization. Her work focuses on the physicality of the landscape. In her practice, the ceramic process represents a transformation of natural materials into objects of culture and records of time. Through ceramic sculpture and installation, she explores various relationships between natural and synthetic processes.  www.emilybrownawell.com instagram.com/emilybrownawell/ Music credit: "Song We Came To Sing" by Living Roots livingrootsmusic.com  

Prairie Track & Field Podcast
Episode 71: Kori Nagel on Being Ranked #1 in the NAIA and Her Transition to Dickinson State University

Prairie Track & Field Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 40:58


Kori Nagel joins the podcast amid her strong start to the 2023 indoor campaign. The Dickinson State thrower tossed the shot put 13.88 meters (45'6.5”) back in December, setting the Dickinson State school record and climbing up to #1 in the nation in NAIA. The crazy part? She now owns school records at multiple North Dakota universities. Nagel transferred from Minot State, where she owns the weight throw and discus records, to Dickinson State prior to this season. In our interview, she shares about her rise from small-town North Dakota recruit to All-American and how she's adjusted to a new university.

The Forum
The writer Rachel Carson who fought insecticide wars

The Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 39:02


Rachel Carson's 1962 book Silent Spring has probably done more than any other to raise concerns about the damage that uncontrolled use of chemicals can cause to the natural world. Carson imagined a ‘silent spring' in a world where birds no longer sang, killed off by indiscriminate spraying of pesticides. Her plea for caution when using insecticides led to major changes in government regulation of agrochemicals both in the United States and elsewhere. So who was Rachel Carson? How did this scientist with a passionate interest in marine biology turn first into a best-selling author and then into an environmental campaigner? And - six decades on - have the warnings of Silent Spring been heeded? Bridget Kendall is joined by Dr. Sabine Clarke, Senior Lecturer in Modern History at University of York with a particular interest in the history of synthetic insecticides; Michelle Ferrari, an award-winning film maker who directed a documentary about Rachel Carson's life for the American public broadcaster PBS; and Professor David Kinkela, an environmental historian and chair of the Department of History at Fredonia, State University of New York whose books include 'DDT and the American Century'. The reader is Ina Marie Smith. (Photo: Airplane dusting a field with DDT. Credit: Bettmann/Getty Images)

The Past Lives Podcast
Paranormal Stories Ep49

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 21:02


This week the books I am reading from are 'The Book of Seances' by Claire Goodchild and 'The UFO Phenomenon: Should I Believe?' by Dr. Robert Davis.Dr Robert DavisTHE EXTRAORDINARY SCIENCE OF CONSCIOUSNESSWhat is consciousness? No one knows for sure. It's a mystery of modern science. Yet, it's one of the most profound questions confronting humanity. The study of consciousness, from research in biology, psychology, quantum theory, and parapsychology gives us some insight. But the true nature of human consciousness remains elusive. Join us as we explore this profound mystery and look to the world's leading experts, who are searching for the answers to this “missing link” in the new docu-film, The Consciousness Connection.Dr. Robert Davis is an internationally recognized scientist in his field. He graduated with a PhD in sensory neuroscience from the Ohio State University and served as a professor at the State University of New York for over 30 years. Davis has published over 60 articles in scholarly journals, lectured at numerous national and international conferences, and was awarded major grants by scientific organizations to fund research in the neurosciences. He is the author of two popular books: The UFO Phenomenon: Should I Believe? and Life after Death: An Analysis of the Evidence. He has discussed his work at conferences throughout the world and has appeared on many podcast and radio shows. Currently working with David Beaty producing and interviewing the world's leading experts, who are searching for the answers to this “missing link” in the new docu-film, The Consciousness Connection.https://consciousnessfilm.info/https://bobdavisspeaks.com/Claire Goodchild.From an award-winning artist, a beautifully mysterious guide to conducting seances and communing with the spirits in our conscious and unconscious lives.As long as people have lived, they have longed for wisdom and comfort from those who have died. In The Book of Séances, artist, author, and witch Claire Goodchild takes readers on a journey through the historical landscape of spiritualism and guides questers through safe practices for cultivating a connection with the other side.The Book of Séances details the four types of spiritual encounters, teaches us how to protect ourselves, and breaks down the different tools -- from spirit boards and tarot to dominoes and charms -- that are essential for opening a bridge to the afterlife. Whether conducting solitary or group séances, this book offers a way to safely glimpse beyond the veil.Through her evocative writing and singular art, Claire provides a comprehensive history of the séance, alongside an immersive guide to accessing and communing with the spirit world. The Book of Séances provides hauntingly lovely signposts into our own personal mythology as revealed through our conscious and unconscious lives.BioI started Black and the Moon in 2011 because I felt there was a lack of stylish and unique decks on the market, and I wanted my readings to be enhanced by the artwork that I love. I knew if I was feeling this way, other people must be to! My first project was the Antique Anatomy Tarot, which was completed in 2013, and it quickly became a staple in the indie market (now mass-market by Quarto). This love for creating has led me to design many more oracle decks such as the Arcana of Astrology - the first astrology based deck on the market, the Compendium of Constellations, The Oracle of Oddities, and my newest creation Memento Mori.Throughout this journey I have been lucky enough to have my work be featured in many publications like FLARE magazine, American Express, BT Toronto, Refinery29, Urban Outfitters, and Candis UK. In 2016 I was the recipient of the Etsy Canada Award for the Paper and Illustration category, which was a huge honour as I had been a shopper there for years!https://www.amazon.com/Book-S%C3%A9ances-Divination-Speaking-Spirits-ebook/dp/B09RZDR7GM/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1654561632&sr=8-1https://black-and-the-moon.myshopify.com/https://linktr.ee/blackandthemoonhttps://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast

The Deep End with Tim Hatch
Censored by Youtube, and a State University agrees: Sexuality CAN be altered

The Deep End with Tim Hatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 46:51


Censored by Youtube, and a State University agrees: Sexuality CAN be altered by Tim Hatch

The Angus Conversation
Gene Editing and Angus: A New Way to Solve Old Problems?

The Angus Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 64:55


Gene editing. What might sound like exciting possibilities to some cattlemen can seem like science fiction to others.  Is gene editing the same as a genetically modified organism (GMO)? Is the technology already being used today? What problems could it help us solve and what cautions do we have? The American Angus Association has adopted rules for how a gene-edited animal would make it into the breed registry, but there are still a lot of unanswered questions and discussions to have. This conversation with geneticists Larry Kuehn and Maci Mueller helps unpack those.  GUESTS:  Larry Kuehn was raised on a diversified (cow-calf, feedlot, grain, hay) farm near Heartwell, Neb. He received a bachelor's degree in animal science from the University of Nebraska, a master's in animal breeding from Colorado State University, and a doctorate in animal breeding from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.  He was hired as a postdoctoral research associate at the USDA, ARS, U.S. Meat Animal Research Center (USMARC) in 2006 and as a permanent research geneticist that same year. He served as the research leader for the Genetics and Animal Breeding Research unit at USMARC. Kuehn is a co-leader of the USMARC Germplasm Evaluation (GPE) program. In this role, he coordinates the sampling and mating of industry representative sires from 18 beef breed associations and the subsequent phenotyping of offspring for economically relevant traits. Kuehn uses results from this program to produce yearly updates to the across-breed expected progeny difference (EPD) adjustment factors; this analysis provides up-to-date estimates of breed differences for EPD measured growth and carcass traits in 18 breeds of beef cattle. The GPE population is also the primary beef resource for genomic discovery at USMARC and has been extensively genotyped with high-density marker arrays.  Maci Mueller is completing her doctorate in livestock genomics and biotechnology at the University of California, Davis where she is working with Alison Van Eenennaam. Mueller is originally from Princeton, Neb., where she was actively involved in her family's first-generation seedstock operation, Lienetics Angus Ranch. This experience was instrumental in developing her career goal of becoming an animal geneticist. She earned her bachelor's in animal science with a political science minor from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and her master's in animal biology from UC Davis. Maci's graduate research is focused on the application of genetic-based biotechnology, specifically gene editing, to improve livestock production. Maci is passionate about effective science communication and is driven to provide research and education to expand the availability and application of genetic-based biotechnologies in livestock production systems to improve animal health and welfare and production efficiency.   Related Reading:Copy, Replace and Delete: https://www.angusjournal.net/post/copy-replace-delete The Showring, the Microscope and the Angus Cow: https://www.angusjournal.net/post/the-showring-the-microscope-and-the-angus-cow Don't miss news in the Angus breed. Visit www.AngusJournal.net and subscribe to the AJ Daily e-newsletter and our monthly magazine, the Angus Journal.

Beauty and the Biz
Offsetting Your Overhead — with Jason Pozner, MD (Ep.188)

Beauty and the Biz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 61:04


Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery, and offsetting your overhead. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Offsetting Your Overhead — with Jason Pozner, MD". It's common for surgeons to take out a huge loan and do a build out of their dream practice but then the bills to pay for all of it start coming in. They quickly notice when the OR is idle and the exam rooms are empty, that's costing them money. It's an uncomfortable feeling. Should they bring on another surgeon to help cover the costs? Should they hire a nurse injector to bring in more revenues? Should they get more creative? In this Beauty and the Biz Podcast episode, I interviewed Dr. Jason Pozner, a board certified plastic surgery with 30 years experience of learning and training on the world's most advanced plastic surgery procedures, laser treatments and skin rejuvenation treatments. Dr. Pozner is the founder of Sanctuary Plastic Surgery and co-owner of Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center in Boca Raton, FL. He has experienced all the above scenarios. From expanding to almost going bankrupt to bringing in others to help (some good, some horrendous) and he finally found a balance that works. Dr. Pozner dropped so many pearls, you want to hear this. Visit Dr. Pozner's Website P.S. This Week Only! If you want better results from your advertising efforts, the solution is to fix your lead gen process. I'll do it for you at a fraction of my usual fees. Watch this video…..

Stories of Impact
Collective Effervescence with Or Taicher, Michal Shahaf, Ben Yaffet and Dr. Shira Gabriel

Stories of Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 43:38


Have you ever been in a group of people, everyone focused on the same thing — a sports competition or a sermon or a performance — and you've had a feeling that you're being transported or transformed by what you're experiencing? It's when you're been a part of a collective moment of being that is so powerful and so meaningful that you forget about any self-consciousness or shyness or hesitation, and you feel swept up in what might be called celebration or rapture, or joy, or love.There's actually a term for those beautiful, resonant, collective experiences — collective effervescence. Today, we're exploring the collective effervescence of Koolulam, “a social-musical initiative aimed at strengthening the fabric of society, centering around mass-singing events.” Featuring Professor of Psychology at the State University of New York, University at Buffalo, Dr. Shira Gabriel and Koolulam's co-founders, Or Taicher, Michal Shahaf, and Ben Yaffet.  Music for this episode courtesy of Koolulam, featuring One Day and other choral works Read the transcript of this episode Subscribe to Stories of Impact wherever you listen to podcasts Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube Share your comments, questions and suggestions at info@storiesofimpact.org Supported by Templeton World Charity Foundation

Vanderbilt Beyond the Lab podcast
Faculty at a State University with Dr. Melissa Maginnis, PhD

Vanderbilt Beyond the Lab podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 26:51


Dr. Melissa Maginnis, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Microbiology at the University of Maine and spends this episode talking about her path after Vanderbilt, the dual career search with her spouse, and the role as teacher and mentor in a University setting.

Let's Talk Religion
What is Shia Islam? - The Isma'ilis

Let's Talk Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 62:42


In this second part in our series about Shia Islam, we explore the esoteric Isma'ilis, their history and Neoplatonist-influenced theology.Thanks to Dr. Khalil Andani for the help. Check out his channel here:https://www.youtube.com/@KhalilAndaniSources/Recomended Reading:Amir-Moezzi, Mohammad Ali (1994). "The Divine Guide in Early Shi'ism: The Sources of Esotericism in Islam". Translated by David Streight. State University of New York Press.Amir-Moezzi, Mohammad Ali (2011). "The Spirituality of Shi'i Islam: Beliefs and Practices". I.B. Tauris.Andani, Khalil (Forthcoming). "The Moden Resurrection of Nizari Ismaili Islam: The Reforms of the Aga Khans". In "The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Reform" (ed. Emad Hamdeh & Natana Delong-Bas). Forthcoming. Badakhchani, S. Jalal (Edited and Translated by) (2005). "The Paradise of Submission: A Medieval Treatise on Ismaili Thought". A New Persian Edition and English Translation of Tusi's Rawda-yi Taslim". The Institute of Isma'ili Studies. I.B. Tauris.Daftary, Farhad (2007). "The Isma'ilis: Their history and doctrines". Cambridge University Press.Haider, Najam (2014). "Shi'i Islam: An Introduction". Cambridge University Press.Ormsby, Eric (Translated by) (2012). "Between Reason and Revelation: Twin wisdoms reconciled". An annotated English translation of Nasir-i Khusraw's Kitab-i Jami al-hikmatayn. The Institute of Isma'ili Studies. I.B. Tauris.Virani, Shafique N. (2020). "Hierohistory in Qadi l-Nu'man's Foundation of Symbolic Interpretation (Asas al-Taw'il): the Birth of Jesus". In "Studies in Islamic Historiography (Edited by Sami G. Massoud). Brill.A good source for Isma'ilism is also Isma'ili Gnosis: https://ismailignosis.com/#Islam #ismaili #esoteric Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Lessons in Adolescence
Lessons with Rob Winstead & Maria Bninski, Part 2

Lessons in Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 21:37


This episode features a conversation with Rob Winstead and Maria Bninski from VMDO, a 45-year-old architectural firm headquartered in Charlottesville, Virginia. Rob is Principal and K12 Studio Leader for VMDO, and Maria an associate architect. VMDO has built a long track record of leading edge design in learning spaces - K-12 schools, higher education institutions, and community recreational buildings. The firm stands out in its use of research science to create learning spaces that are attuned to the learning and development of students. Physical space can be an especially powerful influencer of educational engagement and performance, as well as positive development for young adolescents in the middle grades.In Part 2 of their conversation, Rob, Maria and Jason talk about how VMDO works in partnership with educators, students and communities to design learning spaces, what financial resources are required for these projects and how to think about managing those costs over time, and,how VMDO engages in research collaborations to contribute to the overall knowledge base in this area overlapping architecture and education.Additional Readings and ResourcesVMDOHarvard University Graduate School of Design, Department of ArchitectureUniversity of Virginia School of ArchitectureCenter for the Built Environment University of Virginia School of Education and Human DevelopmentYouth-Nex Center for Effective Youth DevelopmentBuford Middle School“Public School Facilities And Teaching: Washington, DC and Chicago,” Mark Schneider, State University of NewYork at Stony Brook, 2002.Plaza Life Revisited, SWA

Elitefts Table Talk podcast
#165 Nate Harvey | 1000 LBS SQUAT, OLYMPIC STRENGTH COACH, elitefts EQUIPMENT

Elitefts Table Talk podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 140:45


elitefts Limited Edition Apparel: https://www.elitefts.com/shop/apparel/limited-edition.html      Support and help the Podcast grow by Joining The Crew: https://glow.fm/davetatestabletalk/     In this 165th Table Talk Podcast episode, Dave Tate is joined by Nate Harvey.   Nate Harvey, MS, CSCS, is elitefts' executive equipment specialist. Nate developed his vast athletic history as the former head strength coach of Olympic sports at The State University of New York at Buffalo. During his 10 years at UB, he coached their first-ever national champion (shot put), four team conference champions (one back-to-back), eight of the school's twelve total All-Americans, 18 Olympic trial qualifiers, over 50 individual conference champions, 16 individual national qualifiers, and over 75 individual regional qualifiers using the conjugate method. He is also a strength and conditioning consultant for the New York Jets. His best lifts are a 1,000-pound squat, a 750-pound bench, and a 750-pound deadlift.   Nate's IG: https://www.instagram.com/nateharvey2450/  Nate's email: nharvey@elitefts.net    Conjugate U: https://www.elitefts.com/conjugate-u-ebook.html  Nate's Youtube :  @conjugateu3220    ABOUT THE HOST   Dave Tate is the founder and co-owner of elitefts.com. He is the author of twenty books and has logged more than 40,000 hours of training and consulting. Dave is married to elitefts co-owner Traci Arnold-Tate, and they reside in London, Ohio, with their two sons. Personal Credo: Live, Learn, Pass on™.   Dave's IG: https://www.instagram.com/underthebar/?hl=en         SPONSORS   Marek Health    Marek Health is the telehealth platform that connects customers to partnered providers focusing on hormone optimization and preventative medicine—offering self-service labs at great prices and guided optimization.  https://marekhealth.com/tabletalk/    Use Code Tabletalk for 10% off your first order. Also, check out the Table Talk Panel:  https://marekhealth.com/tabletalk/       LMNT   A tasty electrolyte drink mix.  https://DrinkLMNT.com/TABLETALK    for a FREE 8-flavor sample pack with any purchase!      elitefts   If you can put it in a gym bag or load weight on it, we have you covered.   https://www.elitefts.com/    Use Code TABLE TALK for 10% off your first elitefts order.     SUPPORT THE SHOW   All profits from elitefts Limited Edition Apparel, Table Talk Coffee, and Team elitefts Workouts, Programs, and Training eBooks support Dave Tate's Table Talk Podcast.   Shop these elitefts items: https://www.elitefts.com/content/table-talk/     Support Dave Tate's Table Talk podcast by joining the crew.  https://glow.fm/davetatestabletalk/       elitefts Shop: https://www.elitefts.com/

Sacred and Profane Love
Episode 59: TS Eliot with Anthony Domestico

Sacred and Profane Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 97:41


In this episode, I speak to Anthony Domestico about the poetry of TS Eliot. We discuss Eliot the man, the critic, and the poet. We contrast the Wasteland and The Four Quartets, and discuss the reasons we prefer the latter to the former. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! Anthony Domestico is Chair of the Literature Department at Purchase College, State University of New York and the books columnist for Commonweal. His reviews and essays have appeared in The Atlantic, The Baffler, Book Post, the Boston Globe, and the Times Literary Supplement, among other places. His book, Poetry and Theology in the Modernist Period, is available from Johns Hopkins University Press. Jennifer Frey is an associate professor of philosophy and Peter and Bonnie McCausland Faculty Fellow at the University of South Carolina. She is also a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and the Word on Fire Institute. Prior to joining the philosophy faculty at USC, she was a Collegiate Assistant Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, where she was a member of the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and an affiliated faculty in the philosophy department. She earned her Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, and her B.A. in Philosophy and Medieval Studies (with a Classics minor) at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. She has published widely on action, virtue, practical reason, and meta-ethics, and has recently co-edited an interdisciplinary volume, Self-Transcendence and Virtue: Perspectives from Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. Her writing has also been featured in Breaking Ground, First Things, Fare Forward, Image, Law and Liberty, The Point, and USA Today. She lives in Columbia, SC, with her husband, six children, and chickens. You can follow her on Twitter @ jennfrey. Sacred and Profane Love is a podcast in which philosophers, theologians, and literary critics discuss some of their favorite works of literature, and how these works have shaped their own ideas about love, happiness, and meaning in human life. Host Jennifer A. Frey is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The podcast is generously supported by The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America and produced by Catholics for Hire. Episode Links: Words Alone, by Denis Donoghue https://amzn.to/3W8lquU Dig it up Again, Ryan Ruby https://bit.ly/3kl99WB Joanna Winant on difficulty https://bit.ly/3QK3Wnv Tradition and the Individual Talent https://bit.ly/2YONtSv Portrait of the Artist as a Grown Man https://bit.ly/3H7Qqa3

The Alien UFO Podcast
UFOs and Consciousness | Ep55

The Alien UFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 60:46


This week I'm talking to Dr Robert Davis about his documentary 'The Consciousness Connection'.What is consciousness? No one knows for sure. It's a mystery of modern science. Yet, it's one of the most profound questions confronting humanity. The study of consciousness, from research in biology, psychology, quantum theory, and parapsychology gives us some insight. But the true nature of human consciousness remains elusive. Join us as we explore this profound mystery and look to the world's leading experts, who are searching for the answers to this “missing link” in the new docu-film, The Consciousness Connection.Dr. Robert Davis is an internationally recognized scientist in his field. He graduated with a PhD in sensory neuroscience from the Ohio State University and served as a professor at the State University of New York for over 30 years. Davis has published over 60 articles in scholarly journals, lectured at numerous national and international conferences, and was awarded major grants by scientific organizations to fund research in the neurosciences. He is the author of two popular books: The UFO Phenomenon: Should I Believe? and Life after Death: An Analysis of the Evidence. He has discussed his work at conferences throughout the world and has appeared on many podcast and radio shows. Currently working with David Beaty producing and interviewing the world's leading experts, who are searching for the answers to this “missing link” in the new docu-film, The Consciousness Connection.https://consciousnessfilm.info/https://bobdavisspeaks.com/https://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcasthttps://www.patreon.com/alienufopodcast