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The Yogic Studies Podcast
33. Stuart Sarbacker | Aṣṭāṅgayoga: Eight Limbs of Yoga

The Yogic Studies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 75:17


In this episode, we welcome back Dr. Stuart Ray Sarbacker for a wide-ranging discussing about his upcoming course, YS 121 | 8 Limbs of Yoga: History, Theory, and Practice of Aṣṭāṅgayoga. We discuss the nature of Patañjali's "classical" model, some of its possible sources and influences, comparisons with Buddhist meditation and paths, Aṣṭāṅga beyond Patañjali including Purāṇic and other medieval sources, as well as modern innovations, adaptations, and continuities with ancient modes of practice.  Speaker BioStuart Ray Sarbacker is a scholar and seasoned practitioner of yoga and the author of three books, Tracing the Path of Yoga: The History and Philosophy of Indian Mind-Body Discipline (2021), The Eight Limbs of Yoga: A Handbook of Living Yoga Philosophy (with Kevin Kimple, 2015), and Samādhi: The Numinous and Cessative in Indo-Tibetan Yoga (2005). He has published a wide range of articles and essays on classical and contemporary yoga philosophy and practice. He is particularly interested in the ways in which historical and philosophical traditions of yoga can be placed in comparison and conversation with modern and contemporary practice.He received his Ph.D. in Religious Studies with a specialization in the Languages and Cultures of Asia from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has performed research and fieldwork in India, Nepal, and Japan. He is an enthusiastic and innovative teacher, incorporating contemplative practices and social and environmental justice service-learning into his courses at Oregon State, where he contributes to certificate and teacher trainings in yoga as well as to the philosophy and religion curriculum.Links https://oregonstate.academia.edu/StuartSarbacker YS 121 | 8 Limbs of Yoga: History, Theory, and Practice of Aṣṭāṅgayoga

FBC Lubbock Podcast
TRACING THE DNA OF FAITH - Romans 4

FBC Lubbock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


 We too often fail to appreciate from whence we came, and the significant, but unexpected, relationships we had along the way.#AbrahamAndYou

Weird Horizon
Tarot, pt.4: A brief history of Tarot, from card game to esoteric tool and beyond…

Weird Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 57:36


Concluding this discussion on Tarot with a brief look into Tarot's history. From its origins as a medieval Italian parlour game, to its reimagining as a lost goldmine of Hermetic wisdom, Tarot has taken a variety of forms and meanings as a reaction to its historical context. Tracing a little about where it came from can help us to fully understand some of its more evocative imagery, as well as theorise what kind of form it may take in the future.

The Research Like a Pro Genealogy Podcast
RLP 207: Pennsylvania Germans Part 1 with Heidi: History

The Research Like a Pro Genealogy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 30:08


Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about the history of Pennsylvania Germans. They came in the colonial American period and have millions of Americans as their descendants. Join us as we talk with Heidi Mathis about important factors for finding records about Pennsylvania Germans and factors for Germans leaving Europe and coming to Pennsylvania colony. Links Part 1: Pennsylvania Germans: The History Behind Their Focus on Land and Community - blog post by Heidi Mathis at Family Locket - https://familylocket.com/part-1-pennsylvania-germans-the-history-behind-their-focus-on-land-and-community/  Aaron Spencer Fogleman, Hopeful Journeys: German Immigration, Settlement, and Political Culture in Colonial America, 1717-1775 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996). To purchase this book, consider using the following affiliate link to Amazon: https://amzn.to/3NmgttY.  Colin Woodard, American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America (New York: Penguin, 2012). To purchase this book, consider using the following affiliate link to Amazon: https://amzn.to/3zVrOye  RLP 182: American Nations Part 1 with Heidi Mathis - https://familylocket.com/rlp-182-american-nations-part-1-with-heidi-mathis/ RLP 156: Tracing 19th Century Germans Part 1 With Heidi Mathis - https://familylocket.com/rlp-156-tracing-19th-century-germans-part-1/ RLP 148: 19th Century Germans in St. Louis with Heidi Mathis - https://familylocket.com/rlp-148-19th-century-germans-in-st-louis-with-heidi-mathis/ Research Like a Pro Resources Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist's Guide book by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com - https://amzn.to/2x0ku3d Research Like a Pro eCourse - independent study course -  https://familylocket.com/product/research-like-a-pro-e-course/ RLP Study Group - upcoming group and email notification list - https://familylocket.com/services/research-like-a-pro-study-group/ Research Like a Pro with DNA Resources Research Like a Pro with DNA: A Genealogist's Guide to Finding and Confirming Ancestors with DNA Evidence book by Diana Elder, Nicole Dyer, and Robin Wirthlin - https://amzn.to/3gn0hKx Research Like a Pro with DNA eCourse - independent study course -  https://familylocket.com/product/research-like-a-pro-with-dna-ecourse/ RLP with DNA Study Group - upcoming group and email notification list - https://familylocket.com/services/research-like-a-pro-with-dna-study-group/ Thank you Thanks for listening! We hope that you will share your thoughts about our podcast and help us out by doing the following: Share an honest review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can easily write a review with Stitcher, without creating an account. Just scroll to the bottom of the page and click "write a review." You simply provide a nickname and an email address that will not be published. We value your feedback and your ratings really help this podcast reach others. If you leave a review, we will read it on the podcast and answer any questions that you bring up in your review. Thank you! Leave a comment in the comment or question in the comment section below. Share the episode on Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or your favorite podcast app. Sign up for our newsletter to receive notifications of new episodes - https://familylocket.com/sign-up/ Check out this list of genealogy podcasts from Feedspot: Top 20 Genealogy Podcasts - https://blog.feedspot.com/genealogy_podcasts/

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC
Tracing The Promise: Genesis 17

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 30:51


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Georgia Brown Faith & Friends
How to trust God's Heart by Tracing His Hands with Alexandra V. Hoover

Georgia Brown Faith & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 30:01


Welcome back to another episode of Faith & Friends! THIS WEEK Our sister, Alexandra V. Hoover joins us as we celebrate her new book, "EYES UP: How to trust Gods Heart by tracing His Hands" Alexandra is a wife, mother of 3, a writer, speaker, and on staff at Transformation Church! This woman does it all while speaking such such truth in love. In this episode you will hear...-How joy and sorrow can coexist -How fixing your eyes on Jesus can bring you hope -What Ebenezer stones are, and the beauty of tracing Gods hand through your story -The importance of community and the local church -Encouragement for those who've been hurt by the Church in any way -5 truths to keep you fixed on Jesus in every season Two of my favorite quotes from this episode are..."YOUR GREATEST FORM OF OBEDIENCE IS YOUR SURRENDER "  (wow) "GOD DOESN'T WANT YOU TO BE  FOCUSED ON DOING THINGS FOR HIM. GOD JUST WANTS YOU TO BE WITH HIM." Y'ALL. I hope you've been enjoying season 4. I sure have! I am so excited for all the conversations to come, but we are going to take a little summer break for the month of JULY! I'll see you in August! I can't wait to chat about all the things. So friend, I'll see you in just a few weeks. I love ya so much. In the mean time, listen to an episode from one of our earlier seasons! Theres some gems all the way back in season one for SUREEE! And if you're in need prayer or a just friend to listen, I'll be on Instagram! Don't hesitate to message me anytime. BUT UNTIL NEXT TIME...REMEMBER-- There's a song on your heart, only you can sing. Your voice--is important!-GB 

Bluebonnet News of Texas
Tracing History: Original St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Liberty

Bluebonnet News of Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 4:17


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://bluebonnetnews.com/2022/06/23/tracing-history-original-st-stephens-episcopal-church-in-liberty/

The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast
Ep. QS104: Hawa Allan & Anjuli Raza Kolb (June 23, 2022)

The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 58:52


Greenlight welcomed lawyer and critic Hawa Allan to discuss her prescient and timely debut book of nonfiction, Insurrection, a deeply researched and felt history and critique of the paradoxical state of black citizenship in the United States. Tracing the origins of the Insurrection Act of 1807 to our current moment, Allan reveals how the Act empowered the Federal Government to either defend or violate Black enfranchisement at various times throughout history. Throughout, she draws from her own experiences as one of the only Black girls in her leafy Long Island suburb, as a Black lawyer at a predominantly white firm during a visit from presidential candidate Barack Obama, and as a thinker about the use and misuse of appeals to law and order. Author Anjuli Raza Kolb joined Allan for a penetrating conversation on law, the control of history and cultural narratives, and the concept of citizenship as entitlement. (Recorded February 24, 2022) 

Digital Oil and Gas
286 - Tracing Fuel has Never Been More Important Or Solvable - Until Now

Digital Oil and Gas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 11:50


It has never been more important for fuel companies to track the provenance of their products, and the excuses why it can't be done look increasingly hollow. Many commodity companies are trialing their way through the various hurdles that our legacy norms impose, including blending, vessel transport, pipeline movement, storage, and product quality. Conferences about carbon tracing are popping up. Duration: 11m 49s

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
‘Historic' birth information and tracing Bill passed by Dáil and Seanad.

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:46


Landmark new legislation giving adopted people access to their birth information has passed through all stages in the Dáil and Seanad and now will go to the President to be signed. Ciara spoke to Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration, and Youth, Roderic O'Gorman.

Paternal
#63 Jesse Thistle: Tracing Our Fathers' Footsteps (2021)

Paternal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 36:59


Jesse Thistle is an assistant professor at York University in Toronto and an award-winning memoirist who wrote the top-selling Canadian book in 2020, but his success didn't come easily. Prior to penning his celebrated emotional memoir From the Ashes, Thistle spent years struggling with issues of addiction and homelessness, a lifestyle he sees to some degree as the result of the absence of a father figure in his life. His own father was an addict and a thief who disappeared nearly 40 years ago, and no one has seen or heard from him since. But how much of his father's troubles can be traced back to the generations of men who came before him? On this previous episode of Paternal from 2021, Thistle wrestles with the myths he's been told about his father, discusses how his own indigenous heritage contributed to years spent living on the streets of Canada, and breaks down the manifestations of intergenerational trauma, including addiction, abuse, homelessness, and crime. Learn more about Paternal and sign up for our newsletter at www.paternalpodcast.com. You can also email host Nick Firchau at nick@paternalpodcast.com with any comments or suggestions for men he should profile on the show. Make sure you subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts or wherever you're listening, then keep an eye on your feed for new episodes.

Live at America's Town Hall
Juneteenth: Tracing the Origins and Significance

Live at America's Town Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 56:55


As part of the National Constitution Center's two-day celebration commemorating Juneteenth, join a conversation with William B. Allen of Michigan State University and Hasan Kwame Jeffries of The Ohio State University exploring the history and meaning of the holiday, its connection to July 4 and the Declaration of Independence, and more. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates. Stay Connected and Learn More Continue the conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly. Please subscribe to Live at the National Constitution Center and our companion podcast We the People on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app. To watch National Constitution Center Town Hall programs live, check out our schedule of upcoming programs. Register through Zoom to ask your constitutional questions in the Q&A or watch live on YouTube.

NJ Criminal Podcast
Rich McHale pt2

NJ Criminal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 26:06


"Tracing Mark's Steps After the Fire" Welcome back for segment 2, in this series with Richard McHale. Rich details the initial investigation where - without surveillance - police tried to trace Mark's steps after he left the fire.

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC
Tracing The Promise: Genesis 16

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 36:02


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Sounds Like A Search And Rescue Podcast
Episode 63 - Welcome Back Rebecca Sperry, Monadnock, White Mountain Tracing, Recent SAR News

Sounds Like A Search And Rescue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 105:02


https://slasrpodcast.com/  Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week we are joined by our friend, Rebecca Sperry for an update on life, hiking, cats, cancer treatments, and an announcement on a special fundraiser. We also cover recent search and rescue news including false reports, bison gores, missing three year olds, missing cats, cliff falls and some local rescues.  Guest Links Rebecca's Fundraising page to support Christopher's Haven Rebecca's IG Page Order Free Stickers Fill out the form for free SLASR Stickers If you don't have a venmo, don't worry about the postage. We got some private donors to cover the postage cost for us.  Topics SLASR Stickers and Merch Mount Washington Road Race Trivia Sponsors and Coffee Talk Beer Talk Segment One - Welcome Back Rebecca Mount Monadnock White Mountain Tracing Cancer Update Fundraisers Recent Search and Rescue News Show Notes Rek-lis Brewing Company Retail locations Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews Rosie Ruiz Jacqueline Gareau John J Kelly The Younger Mount Washington Road Race Mount Monadnock State Park Hiking the White Mountain Guide Uni the Dog is Missing  Woman banned from national park for 5 years over false report during search for missing hiker Woman gored and thrown 10 feet by bison Canadian Hiker Dies hiking the Grand Canyon Rim to River Ca hiker falls 300 feet to his death on Oregon trail 1 person dead after hikers swept out to sea on N. California trail Lost Hiker in Connecticut found using new 911 Technology Three Year Old Found Sleeping in a Lawn Mower Bag Mother and Child Drown in the Merrimack River Utah family with three young children comes face-to-face with black bear while hiking Berlin man killed on ATV Man injured after losing control of UTV Hiker rescued on Kilkenny Range Hiker rescued in Randolf Hiker Rescued on the Dicey's Mill Trail

Science Signaling Podcast
A look at Long Covid, and why researchers and police shouldn't use the same DNA kits

Science Signaling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:59


On this week's show: Tracing the roots of Long Covid, and an argument against using the same DNA markers for suspects in law enforcement and in research labs for cell lines Two years into the pandemic, we're still uncertain about the impact of Long Covid on the world—and up to 20% of COVID-19 patients might be at risk. First on the podcast this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to share a snapshot of the current state of Long Covid research, particularly what researchers think are likely causes. Also this week, Debra Mathews, assistant director for science programs in the Berman Institute of Bioethics and associate professor of genetic medicine at Johns Hopkins University, talks with Sarah about why everyone using the same DNA kits—from FBI to Interpol to research labs—is a bad idea.  Finally, in a sponsored segment from the Science/AAAS Custom Publishing Office, Sean Sanders, director and senior editor for custom publishing, interviews Bobby Soni, chief business officer at the BioInnovation Institute (BII), about what steps scientists can take to successfully commercialize their ideas. This segment is sponsored by BII. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: A. Mastin/Science; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: illustration of potential causes for Long Covid ] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Jennifer Couzin-Frankel Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.add4887 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Science Magazine Podcast
A look at Long Covid, and why researchers and police shouldn't use the same DNA kits

Science Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 38:59


On this week's show: Tracing the roots of Long Covid, and an argument against using the same DNA markers for suspects in law enforcement and in research labs for cell lines Two years into the pandemic, we're still uncertain about the impact of Long Covid on the world—and up to 20% of COVID-19 patients might be at risk. First on the podcast this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to share a snapshot of the current state of Long Covid research, particularly what researchers think are likely causes. Also this week, Debra Mathews, assistant director for science programs in the Berman Institute of Bioethics and associate professor of genetic medicine at Johns Hopkins University, talks with Sarah about why everyone using the same DNA kits—from FBI to Interpol to research labs—is a bad idea.  Finally, in a sponsored segment from the Science/AAAS Custom Publishing Office, Sean Sanders, director and senior editor for custom publishing, interviews Bobby Soni, chief business officer at the BioInnovation Institute (BII), about what steps scientists can take to successfully commercialize their ideas. This segment is sponsored by BII. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: A. Mastin/Science; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: illustration of potential causes for Long Covid ] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Jennifer Couzin-Frankel Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.add4887 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC
Tracing The Promise: Genesis 15

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 40:40


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Every Square Inch Podcast
Tracing Our Cultural Shift on Sexual Identity

Every Square Inch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 0:30


How did our cultural norms change so quickly on LGBTQ+ issues? As a follow-up to the previous episode about erotic love, Robert looks closer at the issue of sexual identity, and finds that the shifts we've seen in the past 15 years are rooted in cultural movements which are centuries old.

NGI's Hub & Flow
Tracing Lithium's Journey in the Energy Transition

NGI's Hub & Flow

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 18:34


Lithium is one of the key raw materials in the energy transition, and it is a byproduct of oil and gas production – a component of the salty brines that accompany hydrocarbon production. The oil and gas industry is increasingly exploring how to extract lithium from produced water. As oil and gas producers contemplate becoming lithium producers as well, raw materials traceability via digitized supply chains is receiving more attention from the extractive industries as well as manufacturers and governments. In this installment of NGI's Hub & Flow podcast, Jess Green of UK-based Circulor talks to NGI Associate Editor Matthew Veazey about the growing importance of traceability along the supply chain for lithium from the standpoint of environmental, social, and governance – or ESG – compliance.

Contributor
Scarf with Avi Press

Contributor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 28:21


Eric Anderson (@ericmander) interviews Avi Press (@avi_press) about Scarf, the distribution platform for open-source software that facilitates analytics and commercialization. Scarf offers a set of tools that allows founders and maintainers to understand adoption of their products, including Scarf Gateway, which provides a central access point to containers and packages. From there, open-source developers can connect with the people that rely on their work. In this episode we discuss: Why you can't rely on Github as a source of comprehensive data about open-source software Tracing a user's journey interacting with a project across multiple platforms How better observability allows maintainers to make better software Inspiring indie maintainers to commercialize their projects The privilege of being able to work in open-source, and how Scarf can enable a more inclusive developer community Links: Scarf Tidelift Gitcoin OpenTeams Aviyel

Jim Colbert Show:  The Goods
JCS Tracing Trauma w/ Naome Bradshaw 06/07/22

Jim Colbert Show: The Goods

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 15:30


Naome Bradshaw with Tracing Trauma on the success of her Fringe show Gone and her plans to drive to New Hampshire.

Immigrantly
Tracing the Roots of American Food (with Stephen Satterfield)

Immigrantly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 44:37


Our guest, Stephen Satterfield, has dedicated his career to organizing, activating, and educating people about the origins and cultures of food.  He founded Whetstone Radio Collective, a food magazine and media company that explores the history of American cuisine through the lens of cultural, socioeconomic, and human connections. Stephen's work disrupts the food canon in more ways than a few: writer, publisher, producer, former sommelier, and social entrepreneur. For example, his docuseries on Netflix, "High on the Hog," traces the foundation of American cooking from Texas to Africa and peels the layers of generations across time and geography. In today's episode, beyond flavors & taste, Stephen and I do a deep dive into the journey of African American cuisine in the U.S. and how food can be a catalyst for change. Join the conversation: Instagram @immigrantlypod | Twitter @immigrantly_pod |  Please share the love and leave us a review to help more people find us! Host & Executive Producer: Saadia Khan I Associate Producer: Kinza Muzahir I Content Writer: Saadia Khan & Yudi Liu I Sound Designer & Editor: Bronte Cook I Immigrantly Theme Music: Evan Ray Suzuki I Other Music: Epidemic Sounds Athletic Greens is the sponsor of this episode Magic Spoon also sponsors the episode. Go to /IMMIGRANTLY to grab a variety pack and try it today! And be sure to use our promo code IMMIGRANTLY at checkout to save five dollars off your order.    

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC
Tracing The Promise: Genesis 13-14

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 34:47


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Talking Talmud
Yevamot 86: When Kohanim Are Called "Leviim"

Talking Talmud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 19:49


Revisiting: Who can eat terumah? Specifically, the women who may have a relationship with a kohen, in various stages (including pregnancy), or various considerations of his status as a kohen. Plus, Ma'aser Rishon, which is the tithing that goes to the leviim. Can the comparable women re terumah eat ma'aser rishon? Note also that those who are excluded from terumah or ma'aser respectively are called "zarim," strangers. Also, a dispute between R. Akiva and R. Elazar Ben Azariah regarding whether ma'aser rishon is given to the kohen instead of to the levi. Tracing through the dispute entails biblical and rabbinic material, as well as practical example from the time of the sages. Plus, the "proof" from the family of R. Tzadok. Plus, additional probing the respective perspectives of R. Akiva and R. Elazar ben Azariah, given that neither convinces the other, despite support from biblical verses and logic and experience.

Yashamar Israel Podcast
ISRAELITES: CHINA TO INVADE TAIWAN + CARBON FOOTPRINT TRACING

Yashamar Israel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 48:09


China is looking to invade Taiwan while daring the U.S to stop them. #israelites #bible

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC
Tracing The Promise - Genesis 12

Christ Community Church - Huntersville, NC

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 32:49


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REVOLT BLACK NEWS
S3 Ep13: Tracing The BLM Dollars, Black 'Mental Health and Black Mothers and The Baby Formula Shortage

REVOLT BLACK NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 39:47


On this episode of REVOLT Black News, the scandal and business of Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, Inc. and it's former leader Patrisse Cullors will be discussed; Baby formula shortage and the racial disparities and biases black mothers face; An in-depth look on black mental health - a study shows 80% of suicide deaths in the black community are black men; and more with Entertainment Remix & Revolutionary Of The Week. Watch new episodes of REVOLT Black News Thursdays @ 9p ET, only on REVOLT.

RA Exchange
EX.611 - Heny G in Conversation

RA Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 87:36


Pirate radio, dubstep and documentary filmmaking—the many faces of Heny G. Malcolm Christopher Gustave, AKA Heny G, is a name synonymous with pirate radio and dubstep. Through his own shows and station, he championed a melodic style of the syncopated, sub-bass sound that's since influenced several of the genre's stalwarts. Speaking with Resident Advisor contributor Marcus Barnes, Gustave explains how his love for radio pushed him to champion diverse artists in dance music. Tracing the trajectory of his time in the industry, Gustave describes how he started in pirate radio at the age of 13. Developing an obsession with jungle, garage and house music, he went onto work at Rinse FM during the 2000s when it was still an unlicensed platform. Around that tinme, he also launching his own station, React FM. While DJing and presenting, Gustave fine-tuned his signature style of emotive dubstep. Nine years since the release of his debut album Child Hood, his soulful productions continue to resonate with old and new heads alike, as Barnes points out. Over the past year, Gustave has been working on a documentary called The Last Weekend. Chatting to Barnes about the creative process, he outlines his entry into filmmaking and how the art form has added another layer to his ever-evolving career. Listen to the discussion for the full details.

Dissecting Dragons
Episode 327: White as Snow, Red as Blood - Tracing the origins of Snow White

Dissecting Dragons

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 92:39


The second episode in the dragons 'fairy tales in focus' series looks at the origins of famous favourite, Snow White. The story appears in many European and Indonesian folktales, with the components - for example a jealous older woman, or a young, beautiful woman trapped in suspended animation - being far older. Following the subtle but powerful themes, Jules and Madeleine uncover a story that was never intended for children at all - at least not in its original incarnations. From Giambattista Basile's The Young Slave, to Joseph Jacobs Gold Tree and Silver Tree, the dragons trace a path through Snow White's possible historical origins and through the dark forests of the Brothers Grimm.   Title music: Ecstasy by Smiling Cynic

New Books in South Asian Studies
Juan-José Martín-González, "Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis Trilogy" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021)

New Books in South Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:54


Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis Trilogy (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021) studies Ghosh's Sea of Poppies (2008), River of Smoke (2011) and Flood of Fire (2015) in relation to maritime criticism. Juan-José Martín-González draws upon the intersections between maritime criticism and postcolonial thought to provide, via an analysis of the Ibis trilogy, alternative insights into nationalism(s), cosmopolitanism and globalization. He shows that the Victorian age in its transoceanic dimension can be read as an era of proto-globalization that facilitates a materialist critique of the inequities of contemporary global neo-liberalism. The book argues that in order to maintain its critical sharpness, postcolonialism must re-direct its focus towards today's most obvious legacy of nineteenth-century imperialism: capitalist globalization. Tracing the migrating characters who engage in transoceanic crossings through Victorian sea lanes in the Ibis trilogy, Martín-González explores how these dispossessed collectives made sense of their identities in the Victorian waterworlds and illustrates the political possibilities provided by the sea crossing and its fluid boundaries. Dr. Juan-José Martín-González teaches at the University of Málaga. Gargi Binju is a researcher at the University of Tübingen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/south-asian-studies

New Books in the Indian Ocean World
Juan-José Martín-González, "Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis Trilogy" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021)

New Books in the Indian Ocean World

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:54


Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis Trilogy (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021) studies Ghosh's Sea of Poppies (2008), River of Smoke (2011) and Flood of Fire (2015) in relation to maritime criticism. Juan-José Martín-González draws upon the intersections between maritime criticism and postcolonial thought to provide, via an analysis of the Ibis trilogy, alternative insights into nationalism(s), cosmopolitanism and globalization. He shows that the Victorian age in its transoceanic dimension can be read as an era of proto-globalization that facilitates a materialist critique of the inequities of contemporary global neo-liberalism. The book argues that in order to maintain its critical sharpness, postcolonialism must re-direct its focus towards today's most obvious legacy of nineteenth-century imperialism: capitalist globalization. Tracing the migrating characters who engage in transoceanic crossings through Victorian sea lanes in the Ibis trilogy, Martín-González explores how these dispossessed collectives made sense of their identities in the Victorian waterworlds and illustrates the political possibilities provided by the sea crossing and its fluid boundaries. Dr. Juan-José Martín-González teaches at the University of Málaga. Gargi Binju is a researcher at the University of Tübingen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/indian-ocean-world

New Books Network
Juan-José Martín-González, "Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis Trilogy" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:54


Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis Trilogy (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021) studies Ghosh's Sea of Poppies (2008), River of Smoke (2011) and Flood of Fire (2015) in relation to maritime criticism. Juan-José Martín-González draws upon the intersections between maritime criticism and postcolonial thought to provide, via an analysis of the Ibis trilogy, alternative insights into nationalism(s), cosmopolitanism and globalization. He shows that the Victorian age in its transoceanic dimension can be read as an era of proto-globalization that facilitates a materialist critique of the inequities of contemporary global neo-liberalism. The book argues that in order to maintain its critical sharpness, postcolonialism must re-direct its focus towards today's most obvious legacy of nineteenth-century imperialism: capitalist globalization. Tracing the migrating characters who engage in transoceanic crossings through Victorian sea lanes in the Ibis trilogy, Martín-González explores how these dispossessed collectives made sense of their identities in the Victorian waterworlds and illustrates the political possibilities provided by the sea crossing and its fluid boundaries. Dr. Juan-José Martín-González teaches at the University of Málaga. Gargi Binju is a researcher at the University of Tübingen 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 Literary Studies
Juan-José Martín-González, "Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis Trilogy" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:54


Transoceanic Perspectives in Amitav Ghosh's Ibis Trilogy (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021) studies Ghosh's Sea of Poppies (2008), River of Smoke (2011) and Flood of Fire (2015) in relation to maritime criticism. Juan-José Martín-González draws upon the intersections between maritime criticism and postcolonial thought to provide, via an analysis of the Ibis trilogy, alternative insights into nationalism(s), cosmopolitanism and globalization. He shows that the Victorian age in its transoceanic dimension can be read as an era of proto-globalization that facilitates a materialist critique of the inequities of contemporary global neo-liberalism. The book argues that in order to maintain its critical sharpness, postcolonialism must re-direct its focus towards today's most obvious legacy of nineteenth-century imperialism: capitalist globalization. Tracing the migrating characters who engage in transoceanic crossings through Victorian sea lanes in the Ibis trilogy, Martín-González explores how these dispossessed collectives made sense of their identities in the Victorian waterworlds and illustrates the political possibilities provided by the sea crossing and its fluid boundaries. Dr. Juan-José Martín-González teaches at the University of Málaga. Gargi Binju is a researcher at the University of Tübingen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

The CyberWire
Verizon's 2022 DBIR shows a sharp rise in ransomware. Origins of Chaos ransomware. GuLoader's phishbait. Malicious proofs-of-concept. Hyperlocal disinformation and hybrid warfare. Robin Hood?

The CyberWire

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 28:53


Verizon's 2022 Data Breach Investigation Report shows a sharp rise in ransomware. Origins of the Chaos ransomware operation. The GuLoader campaign uses bogus purchase orders. Security researchers are targeted in a malware campaign. Hyperlocal disinformation. Turla reconnaissance has been detected in Austrian and Estonian networks. Ben Yelin describes a content moderation fight that may be headed to the supreme court. Our guest is Richard Melick from Zimperium to discuss threats to mobile security. Robin Hood (or not). For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/99 Selected reading. 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report (Verizon Business)  Yashma Ransomware, Tracing the Chaos Family Tree (BlackBerry) Spoofed Saudi Purchase Order Drops GuLoader: Part 1 (Fortinet Blog)  Malware Campaign Targets InfoSec Community: Threat Actor Uses Fake Proof of Concept to Deliver Cobalt-Strike Beacon (Cyble) Network of hyperlocal Russian Telegram channels spew disinformation in occupied Ukraine (CyberScoop)  Russian hackers perform reconnaissance against Austria, Estonia (BleepingComputer) New ransomware forces victims to donate to poor (The Independent)

Do The Thing Movement
214. Trusting God's Heart by Tracing His Hand with Alexandra Hoover

Do The Thing Movement

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 23:44


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New Books Network
Katrina Goldstone, "Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 80:56


The theme of exile in Irish writing often calls to mind Joyce or Beckett, but rarely does it conjure up other writers or literary networks, particularly those of the often-overlooked literary history of the nineteen thirties. Goldstone's original new study, Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War (Routledge, 2020) takes up the theme of art and exile by focusing on four Irish writers—Leslie Daiken, Charles Donnelly, Ewart Milne and Michael Sayers—and brings to light important local and global aspects of the Popular Front cultural movement. Tracing literary networks from interwar London to the Spanish Civil War and the USSR Goldstone skillfully exposes the ways that these lives overlapped and entwined, revealing the relationships between these writers and George Orwell, Samuel Beckett, T.S. Eliot, Nancy Cunard, William Carlos Williams, and others, thus illuminating internationalist aspects of a Leftist cultural history. This book is commendable for its discussion of how Irish literary women on the left defied marginalization, and in this way provides a framework for further study on the topic. In its examination of this neglected period of Irish literary history Irish Writers and the Thirties re-imagines Irish writing of the mid-twentieth century and will prove of great interest to scholars and students of cultural history, Irish studies, and Jewish studies, as well as to more general readers interested in the thirties. Bridget English is a scholar of Irish literature and culture, modernism, and health humanities, based at the University of Illinois Chicago. She co-convenes the Irish Studies Seminar at the Newberry Library and is the Literature Representative for the American Conference for Irish Studies. Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/bridgetrenglis2 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
Katrina Goldstone, "Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 80:56


The theme of exile in Irish writing often calls to mind Joyce or Beckett, but rarely does it conjure up other writers or literary networks, particularly those of the often-overlooked literary history of the nineteen thirties. Goldstone's original new study, Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War (Routledge, 2020) takes up the theme of art and exile by focusing on four Irish writers—Leslie Daiken, Charles Donnelly, Ewart Milne and Michael Sayers—and brings to light important local and global aspects of the Popular Front cultural movement. Tracing literary networks from interwar London to the Spanish Civil War and the USSR Goldstone skillfully exposes the ways that these lives overlapped and entwined, revealing the relationships between these writers and George Orwell, Samuel Beckett, T.S. Eliot, Nancy Cunard, William Carlos Williams, and others, thus illuminating internationalist aspects of a Leftist cultural history. This book is commendable for its discussion of how Irish literary women on the left defied marginalization, and in this way provides a framework for further study on the topic. In its examination of this neglected period of Irish literary history Irish Writers and the Thirties re-imagines Irish writing of the mid-twentieth century and will prove of great interest to scholars and students of cultural history, Irish studies, and Jewish studies, as well as to more general readers interested in the thirties. Bridget English is a scholar of Irish literature and culture, modernism, and health humanities, based at the University of Illinois Chicago. She co-convenes the Irish Studies Seminar at the Newberry Library and is the Literature Representative for the American Conference for Irish Studies. Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/bridgetrenglis2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Intellectual History
Katrina Goldstone, "Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 80:56


The theme of exile in Irish writing often calls to mind Joyce or Beckett, but rarely does it conjure up other writers or literary networks, particularly those of the often-overlooked literary history of the nineteen thirties. Goldstone's original new study, Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War (Routledge, 2020) takes up the theme of art and exile by focusing on four Irish writers—Leslie Daiken, Charles Donnelly, Ewart Milne and Michael Sayers—and brings to light important local and global aspects of the Popular Front cultural movement. Tracing literary networks from interwar London to the Spanish Civil War and the USSR Goldstone skillfully exposes the ways that these lives overlapped and entwined, revealing the relationships between these writers and George Orwell, Samuel Beckett, T.S. Eliot, Nancy Cunard, William Carlos Williams, and others, thus illuminating internationalist aspects of a Leftist cultural history. This book is commendable for its discussion of how Irish literary women on the left defied marginalization, and in this way provides a framework for further study on the topic. In its examination of this neglected period of Irish literary history Irish Writers and the Thirties re-imagines Irish writing of the mid-twentieth century and will prove of great interest to scholars and students of cultural history, Irish studies, and Jewish studies, as well as to more general readers interested in the thirties. Bridget English is a scholar of Irish literature and culture, modernism, and health humanities, based at the University of Illinois Chicago. She co-convenes the Irish Studies Seminar at the Newberry Library and is the Literature Representative for the American Conference for Irish Studies. Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/bridgetrenglis2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Military History
Katrina Goldstone, "Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Military History

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 80:56


The theme of exile in Irish writing often calls to mind Joyce or Beckett, but rarely does it conjure up other writers or literary networks, particularly those of the often-overlooked literary history of the nineteen thirties. Goldstone's original new study, Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War (Routledge, 2020) takes up the theme of art and exile by focusing on four Irish writers—Leslie Daiken, Charles Donnelly, Ewart Milne and Michael Sayers—and brings to light important local and global aspects of the Popular Front cultural movement. Tracing literary networks from interwar London to the Spanish Civil War and the USSR Goldstone skillfully exposes the ways that these lives overlapped and entwined, revealing the relationships between these writers and George Orwell, Samuel Beckett, T.S. Eliot, Nancy Cunard, William Carlos Williams, and others, thus illuminating internationalist aspects of a Leftist cultural history. This book is commendable for its discussion of how Irish literary women on the left defied marginalization, and in this way provides a framework for further study on the topic. In its examination of this neglected period of Irish literary history Irish Writers and the Thirties re-imagines Irish writing of the mid-twentieth century and will prove of great interest to scholars and students of cultural history, Irish studies, and Jewish studies, as well as to more general readers interested in the thirties. Bridget English is a scholar of Irish literature and culture, modernism, and health humanities, based at the University of Illinois Chicago. She co-convenes the Irish Studies Seminar at the Newberry Library and is the Literature Representative for the American Conference for Irish Studies. Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/bridgetrenglis2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history

New Books in European Studies
Katrina Goldstone, "Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 80:56


The theme of exile in Irish writing often calls to mind Joyce or Beckett, but rarely does it conjure up other writers or literary networks, particularly those of the often-overlooked literary history of the nineteen thirties. Goldstone's original new study, Irish Writers and the Thirties: Art, Exile and War (Routledge, 2020) takes up the theme of art and exile by focusing on four Irish writers—Leslie Daiken, Charles Donnelly, Ewart Milne and Michael Sayers—and brings to light important local and global aspects of the Popular Front cultural movement. Tracing literary networks from interwar London to the Spanish Civil War and the USSR Goldstone skillfully exposes the ways that these lives overlapped and entwined, revealing the relationships between these writers and George Orwell, Samuel Beckett, T.S. Eliot, Nancy Cunard, William Carlos Williams, and others, thus illuminating internationalist aspects of a Leftist cultural history. This book is commendable for its discussion of how Irish literary women on the left defied marginalization, and in this way provides a framework for further study on the topic. In its examination of this neglected period of Irish literary history Irish Writers and the Thirties re-imagines Irish writing of the mid-twentieth century and will prove of great interest to scholars and students of cultural history, Irish studies, and Jewish studies, as well as to more general readers interested in the thirties. Bridget English is a scholar of Irish literature and culture, modernism, and health humanities, based at the University of Illinois Chicago. She co-convenes the Irish Studies Seminar at the Newberry Library and is the Literature Representative for the American Conference for Irish Studies. Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/bridgetrenglis2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

Floating Leaves Tea
Tea Class with Shiuwen | Tracing Tea's Scent Inside The Body

Floating Leaves Tea

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 39:12


With higher grade teas, we are looking for more complexity in the scent. Not only how flavorful or how many notes it has, but also where the scent is felt in the body. This episode Shiuwen and John compare two oolongs to isolate the sensation of scent reaching deeper inside of the nostrils.   To join the class and learn from these episodes, you can drink this exact tea and answer Shiuwen's guiding questions from your own experience. Find the teas on our website here => https://floatingleaves.us/cart/update?updates%5B39651321872591%5D=1&updates%5B40287149392079%5D=1 The Tea : Nantou Four Seasons, Smooth Water Baozhong

Hair of the Dogcast
MGC2022: The Early Days of Console Portablizing: Tracing Out a History w/ Chris Downing

Hair of the Dogcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 38:44


Console portablizing may seem like a dream to some people, but it has been an active and thriving part of the game community for a long time. From its early inception with the Darth 64 to putting a Nintendo Wii into an Altoids can (that is true), they mad scientists know no bounds. Chris Downing is one of these creators and he is here today to trace out a history of this endeavor. PS One screen price gouging and ER visits inbound! Video Link - https://youtu.be/0r6t2rPrbcI Check out Chris's work at: https://downingsbasement.com/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/cndowning1082 Twitter - @Downing1082   ​​Hair of the Dogcast is a proud member of the HyperX Podcast Network. For more information check out podcast.hyperx.com!   Contact Us: Twitter: @HOTDogcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hairofthedogcast Instagram: hairofthedogcast   To see how you can support us and access a bunch of cool, exclusive perks, visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/hairofthedogcast   We appreciate your support!

The Conversation
Tracing forgotten female ancestors

The Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 27:32


Kim Chakanetsa meets two genealogists passionate about uncovering the forgotten stories of their clients' female ancestors. Kenyatta D Berry is a lawyer and genealogist from the USA. She is the author of The Family Tree Toolkit and the co-host of The Genealogy Roadshow on PBS. She caught the genealogy bug by chance, when she started looking into her ex-boyfriend's family history. She is an expert on African American ancestry and on the specific challenges people who descend from enslaved individuals face when looking into their families' past. At the age of 15, Belgian Marie Cappart started looking into her country's national archives to find out more about her great-aunt, Maggie Nicholls. During WWII, Maggie helped three Canadian pilots survive in Nazi-occupied Belgium. She was later arrested and killed because of that. Marie went on to graduate in history and wrote several books, including Guide to Genealogy in Belgium. She is also the country manager for the online genealogy platform MyHeritage and she helps other people track down their ancestors. Produced by Alice Gioia (Image: (L), Marie Cappart, courtesy Marie Cappart. (R), Kenyatta D Berry, courtesy Kenyatta D Berry.)

Story Hunter Podcasts
Ep. 1: Trail of Pain - The Crimes of Albert Johnson Walker

Story Hunter Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 44:55


Ep. 1: Trail of Pain - The Crimes of Albert Johnson WalkerOn a sunny July day in 1996 off the coast of Devon, England, a fisherman and his son caught something very unusual in their net. It was a dead man! He was fully clothed but had no identification. Yet, strangely he was still wearing an expensive Rolex watch. Tracing the timepiece's unique serial number, the police identify the drowned man. But his identity only leads to a stranger mystery when it's discovered that the man's best friend has stolen his identity. Now the British police have two men with the same name and one of them ended up dead. Who is the imposter and what other secrets is he hiding? The truth will leave even the most experienced criminal investigators reeling! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

DoubleLine
S12 E8: Mapping Flows, Tracing Bottlenecks in Liquidity with Zoltan Pozsar

DoubleLine

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 47:21


Macroeconomist Zoltan Pozsar, a Managing Director in the Investment Strategy and Research department at Credit Suisse, discusses with hosts Jeffrey Sherman and Samuel Lau, among other topics, the possibilities of “ugly versus beautiful” quantitative tightening by the Federal Reserve (13:18); ... Read More

The Chris Voss Show
The Chris Voss Show Podcast – The Flag and the Cross: White Christian Nationalism and the Threat to American Democracy by Philip S. Gorski, Samuel L. Perry

The Chris Voss Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 39:07


The Flag and the Cross: White Christian Nationalism and the Threat to American Democracy by Philip S. Gorski, Samuel L. Perry A bracing examination of a force that imperils American democracy Most Americans were shocked by the violence they witnessed at the nation's Capital on January 6th, 2021. And many were bewildered by the images displayed by the insurrectionists: a wooden cross and wooden gallows; "Jesus saves" and "Don't Tread on Me;" Christian flags and Confederate Flags; even a prayer in Jesus' name after storming the Senate chamber. Where some saw a confusing jumble, Philip S. Gorski and Samuel L. Perry saw a familiar ideology: white Christian nationalism. In this short primer, Gorski and Perry explain what white Christian nationalism is and is not; when it first emerged and how it has changed; where it's headed and why it threatens democracy. Tracing the development of this ideology over the course of three centuries―and especially its influence over the last three decades―they show how, throughout American history, white Christian nationalism has animated the oppression, exclusion, and even extermination of minority groups while securing privilege for white Protestants. It enables white Christian Americans to demand "sacrifice" from others in the name of religion and nation, while defending their "rights" in the names of "liberty" and "property." White Christian nationalism motivates the anti-democratic, authoritarian, and violent impulses on display in our current political moment. The future of American democracy, Gorski and Perry argue, will depend on whether a broad spectrum of Americans―stretching from democratic socialists to classical liberals―can unite in a popular front to combat the threat to liberal democracy posed by white Christian nationalism.

The Lavendaire Lifestyle
182: African Spirituality, Shadow Work & Manifesting w/ Abiola Abrams

The Lavendaire Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 53:02


Have you ever wondered why you don't know much about African spirituality? Abiola Abrams explains why it's no accident her culture has been excluded from mainstream spirituality, and how her work will empower you to discover your goddess within. Descended from West African healers, seers, and farmers, Abiola is an intuitive coach, transformational speaker, author of African Goddess Rising, and creator of the African Goddess Initiation Oracle deck. TIMESTAMPS 1:31 — Abiola's self love journey: Finding empowerment & embracing her culture 11:39 — Tracing a healer lineage across generations and continents 17:47 — The pros and cons of immigrant parents' expectations 21:21 — African Goddess Rising; A divine assignment of ancient & modern rituals 24:57 — A recipe for sweetening your manifestations, inspired by a Yoruba goddess 29:10 — Whitewashing & why you don't already know about African spirituality 36:03 — How to tap into your inner goddess & shadow 44:00 — Lessons on teaching self love as a new mother FIND ABIOLA ONLINE: Website Instagram: @abiolatv Pinterest YouTube MENTIONED: Goddess Temple Podcast Mawu's Goddess Mystery School Book: African Goddess Initiation Audiobook: African Goddess Initiation African Goddess Rising Oracle Goddess of Manifesting Retreat Goddess Initiation Self Love Starter Kit Bloom Hardcover Notebooks & tbh deck | shop.lavendaire.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE LAVENDAIRE LIFESTYLE PODCAST Apple Podcasts Spotify YouTube LAVENDAIRE YouTube Instagram

Knitmoregirls's Podcast
Instant Gratification Stripes- Episode 671- The Knitmore Girls

Knitmoregirls's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 41:30


This episode is sponsored by:       Presented by Ancient Arts Yarn, Edmonton Fibre Frolic is Edmonton's premier yarn and fibre festival. We connect fibre enthusiasts - makers, creators, teachers, learners – everyone sharing a love for all things fibre, yarn, and textiles. Join us May 28, 2022 and let us help you discover the wealth of luxury in your yarn habit.    Carry your creativity with Erin Lane Bags! Whether you show your fiber fandom with the woolly wonder Sheepleverse, or dive into history with the Curiosities collection, our project bags, totes, and hook and needle organizers are at the ready to keep your hobby happy.   Have you ever had to frog because you forgot a step several rows back? Or lost your spot because you dropped your magnet board or lost track with your highlighter tape? Instead of wrestling with paper, use the knitCompanion app. It keeps you on track so you can knit more and frog less. knitCompanion works with ALL your patterns and is available for Apple, Android, and Kindle Fire Devices   Are you feeling dis-GRUNT-eled about your stash? Are you browsing Insta-HAM looking for knitting inspiration? Is color "kind of a PIG deal" in your life? Oink Pigments offers over one hundred forty PIG-ture perfect colorways to make you SQUEAL with delight. For a limited time only, bring home the bacon with code KNITMORE and get fifteen percent off in-stock yarns and fibers at oinkpigments dot com. Shop soon, because these pigs will FLY!   On the Needles: (0:39) Jasmin mentions the Ohlone Restaurant in the Berkeley area Gigi working on a pair of denim blue tube socks for Genevieve Jasmin worked on Sam's Gramps cardigan from Tincan Knits in Magpie Fibers Nest Worsted Gigi :red and grey tube socks for Genevieve, are done,  Jasmin finished the body, first sleeve, and is nearly finished with the second sleeve of the deep cowl neck pullover for Genevieve in Seismic Yarn's “Natasha” colorway   Gigi cast on another striped Regia sock for Andrew   They seem to grow faster  Jasmin has made progress on the Princess Bean pullover test knit for the younger Seismic Intern in Seismic Yarns Butter DK “Tanzanite” Gigi Elton cardigan. Swatch is washed  Jasmin is crocheting the XY scarf Jasmin mentions the 19th Amendment kit from Lady Dye Yarns. She mentions the Amigurumi kits she picked up at Stitches West Events:(15:22) Neighborhood Fiber Company Go Fund Me  update :LINK $52,598 up to $53,654 this last week; raised of the $150,000.00 goal Jasmin & Lady Dye Diane are co-hosting a KAL! The Sea Glass Pullover (in DK). Pushed back to late may! Stash Dash! May-August Carpet Beetle Gate 2022 (Here's the bug identification app Jasmin mentioned) #MeMadeMay is coming up, Gigi is listening to Check your Thread, a sewing podcast by the lady who started MeMadeMay STITCHES SoCal in Pasadena! Mother Knows Best:(20:19) Sometimes you just need a sounding board When Knitting Attacks:(24:16) Gigi overshoots length of sock leg by 1 ½” Has not done a heel flap in such a long time, forgot the sequence  Knits in Space:(29:57) The Golden Thread  How Fabric Changed History  Bolt Threads in Emeryville, making synthetic spider silk out of sugar, water, salt, and yeast at a commercially viable scale  4000 kinds of spider silk from different species  Jasmin mentions Wildkratts And Sew On:(34:36) Tracing pattern for wrap dress Vogue 8646 Seam allowances discs from Zede's studio. Sewing out loud 

SModcast
453: Tracing Banky

SModcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 105:44


In which our hero deep dives into Chasing Amy's Jason Lee, with special guest Chasing Amy's Jason Lee. Recorded live at the Mooby's Pop-Up Hollywood on 4/20.