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The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 126—What Is The Fifth Petition Of The Lord's Prayer?

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 125—What Is The Fourth Petition Of The Lord's Prayer?

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

Here & Now
Jet and Ebony Magzines' archives; PFAS contamination in a rural Massachusetts

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:58


The National Museum of African American History and Culture and Getty Research Archive have acquired the Johnson Publishing archives, which include archives of the iconic publications Jet and Ebony. Museum director Kevin Young talks about the process of making the collection public. And, PFAS chemicals are known as "forever chemicals" because they don't really decompose and removing them is complicated. We're joined by Staci Rubin from the Conservation Law Foundation and Westminster resident Anne Lutz, who has been impacted by PFAS contamination.

Providence Reformed Baptist Church
Westminster Covenant Theology: Compared

Providence Reformed Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:00


It Could Be Said
It Could Be Said #197 Down & Out in Westminster, Barcelona & China

It Could Be Said

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 99:20


Simon Alvey, Will Cooling and Dr Luke Middup return to discuss the latest infighting within both major political parties, the scary winter that may be coming for the UK, the chaos in Barcelona FC and the warning signs from China

Sermons from Methodist Central Hall, Westminster
Alison Bryan ‘Peace in the knowing'

Sermons from Methodist Central Hall, Westminster

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 19:14


Alison Bryan ‘Peace in the knowing' by Methodist Central Hall, Westminster

Westminster Hour
Westminster Hour 07 August 2022

Westminster Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 49:23 Very Popular


Carolyn Quinn and guests discuss the cost of living crisis

Homeopathy Hangout with Eugénie Krüger
Ep 98: Homeopathy and Yoga for Grief - with Mel Dupres

Homeopathy Hangout with Eugénie Krüger

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 39:12


Early on in life Mel Dupres realized that her calling is to help herself and others to be happy, healthy and free. As an adoptee she has struggled with the feelings and consequences of loss, grief and abandonment. Working diligently to overcome this for herself she now assists others in their process and is humbled and honored to do so.   She developed a passion for Complementary Medicine over 20 years ago. After completing a Human Science degree at UCL, she eagerly went on to The London College of Classical Homeopathy to complete a Licenciate in 1998 and spent time on postgraduate work at the University of Westminster.  She enjoys practicing homeopathy to this day and knows it is one of the most profound systems of medicine available.   Leaving her Bermuda island home as a teen, she spent many years in the U.K. which led her down a path of revelation and self discovery through study, clinical practice and work in homeopathic pharmacy. She spent years traveling: to India to learn from Rajan  Sankaran and the Gondia Homeopathic College and Hospital, to Ghana where she ran homeopathic clinics, with homeopaths including Ellen Kramer and to various other countries around the world where she would seek connection with other homeopaths as well as purchase Arnica for her 'global collection'!   In 2000 she began to practice yoga on and off but it was not until a trip to a healing centre in India, where she practiced daily, that yoga helped tremendously unlocking her own health issues due to stress at the time.  This experience sparked her desire to teach yoga and she went on to complete the 200 hour yoga training in 2011 with Yoga London.   Homeopathy, which explores the mental/ emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of dis-ease through case taking and remedies, and the breath work/ asana (postures) of yoga, which move the vital energies, combine beautifully to bring about transforming a patients experience to health. Adding therapeutic touch and reiki is the icing on the cake allowing Mel to bring a unique and dynamic approach to caring for those willing to embark on a healing journey.   A love of food and in particular a wandering palate has lead Mel to create tasty foods that are plant based, free of common allergens (dairy, gluten and nuts). Knowing that food is not only sensory but ideally for nourishing the body, keeps the inspiration for seeking foundation through food as building blocks for heath for herself and her clients.   These modalities and approaches complement each other incredibly well, giving clients the opportunity to transcend illness and transform into a new state of being.  Life is journey - for Mel it is one of fun, healing and devotion and by embracing this there is quest for deep connection and understanding of herself and others.   She lives in Bermuda and can be contacted as follows: email: meldupres@yahoo.co.uk Facebook: Healing Essentials MD Instagram: healingessentialsmd Website: COMING SOON!

The Heidelcast
Heidelcast For August 7, 2022: Every Tribe, Tongue, And Nation (11): Second Head Of Doctrine (3)

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022


In this episode Dr Clark continues his series on the the Canons of Dort where we are looking at the Second Head of Doctrine of the Canons of Dort on the atonement. Rationalism is a word that gets tossed around rather casually . . . Continue reading →

Nascido de Novo
Como o pecado original passa de Adão a nós? - Símbolos de Fé

Nascido de Novo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 7:49


Hoje usaremos a pergunta 26 do Catecismo Maior de Westminster para aprender como o pecado de Adão e Eva, nossos "pais" chegou até nós.

The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 124—What Is The Third Petition Of The Lord's Prayer?

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

New Books in Intellectual History
Itay Lotem, "The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence" (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:29


In The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021), Itay Lotem explores the remembering of empire in Britain and France. By comparing these two former colonial powers, the author tells two distinct stories about coming to terms with the legacies of colonialism, the role of silence and the breaking thereof. Focusing on memory as an ongoing, politicized public debate, the book examines the afterlife of colonial history as an element of political and social discourse that depends on actors' goals and priorities. Itay Lotem earned his Ph.D at the University of London, Queen Mary and is currently a senior lecturer in French Studies at the University of Westminster. Michael G. Vann is a professor of world history at California State University, Sacramento. A specialist in imperialism and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, he is the author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empires, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam (Oxford University Press, 2018). When he's not reading or talking about new books with smart people, Mike can be found surfing in Santa Cruz, California. 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 Critical Theory
Itay Lotem, "The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence" (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:29


In The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021), Itay Lotem explores the remembering of empire in Britain and France. By comparing these two former colonial powers, the author tells two distinct stories about coming to terms with the legacies of colonialism, the role of silence and the breaking thereof. Focusing on memory as an ongoing, politicized public debate, the book examines the afterlife of colonial history as an element of political and social discourse that depends on actors' goals and priorities. Itay Lotem earned his Ph.D at the University of London, Queen Mary and is currently a senior lecturer in French Studies at the University of Westminster. Michael G. Vann is a professor of world history at California State University, Sacramento. A specialist in imperialism and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, he is the author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empires, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam (Oxford University Press, 2018). When he's not reading or talking about new books with smart people, Mike can be found surfing in Santa Cruz, California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

Brexitcast
Westminster Picnic

Brexitcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 45:22


A political picnic on Westminster's College Green whilst parliament is on its summer recess. Adam and Chris review the key moments of the last 12 months including Partygate, the war in Ukraine and Prime Minister Johnson's downfall with two of the journalists who helped break the news: Pippa Crerar, outgoing Political Editor of the Daily Mirror and BBC Political Correspondent Ione Wells. This episode was made by Sam Bonham, Alix Pickles, Clare Williamson, Cordelia Hemming and Danny Wittenberg. The technical producer was Emma Crowe.

New Books Network
Itay Lotem, "The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence" (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:29


In The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021), Itay Lotem explores the remembering of empire in Britain and France. By comparing these two former colonial powers, the author tells two distinct stories about coming to terms with the legacies of colonialism, the role of silence and the breaking thereof. Focusing on memory as an ongoing, politicized public debate, the book examines the afterlife of colonial history as an element of political and social discourse that depends on actors' goals and priorities. Itay Lotem earned his Ph.D at the University of London, Queen Mary and is currently a senior lecturer in French Studies at the University of Westminster. Michael G. Vann is a professor of world history at California State University, Sacramento. A specialist in imperialism and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, he is the author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empires, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam (Oxford University Press, 2018). When he's not reading or talking about new books with smart people, Mike can be found surfing in Santa Cruz, California. 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
Itay Lotem, "The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence" (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:29


In The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021), Itay Lotem explores the remembering of empire in Britain and France. By comparing these two former colonial powers, the author tells two distinct stories about coming to terms with the legacies of colonialism, the role of silence and the breaking thereof. Focusing on memory as an ongoing, politicized public debate, the book examines the afterlife of colonial history as an element of political and social discourse that depends on actors' goals and priorities. Itay Lotem earned his Ph.D at the University of London, Queen Mary and is currently a senior lecturer in French Studies at the University of Westminster. Michael G. Vann is a professor of world history at California State University, Sacramento. A specialist in imperialism and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, he is the author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empires, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam (Oxford University Press, 2018). When he's not reading or talking about new books with smart people, Mike can be found surfing in Santa Cruz, California. 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 French Studies
Itay Lotem, "The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence" (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021)

New Books in French Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:29


In The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021), Itay Lotem explores the remembering of empire in Britain and France. By comparing these two former colonial powers, the author tells two distinct stories about coming to terms with the legacies of colonialism, the role of silence and the breaking thereof. Focusing on memory as an ongoing, politicized public debate, the book examines the afterlife of colonial history as an element of political and social discourse that depends on actors' goals and priorities. Itay Lotem earned his Ph.D at the University of London, Queen Mary and is currently a senior lecturer in French Studies at the University of Westminster. Michael G. Vann is a professor of world history at California State University, Sacramento. A specialist in imperialism and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, he is the author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empires, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam (Oxford University Press, 2018). When he's not reading or talking about new books with smart people, Mike can be found surfing in Santa Cruz, California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/french-studies

Dementia Researcher Blogs
Dr Clarissa Giebel - Making an impact: A week in Westminster with the Royal Society

Dementia Researcher Blogs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 4:22


Dr Clarissa Giebel narrates her blog written for Dementia Researcher. Each year 30 research scientists are paired with UK parliamentarians and civil servants. They learn about each other's work by spending time together in Westminster and the researcher's institutions. Those taking part gain an insight into how research findings can help inform policy making, and come away with a better understanding of how they can get involved. Clarissa was one of the lucky few and in this blog she shares her experience. Find the original text, and narration here on our website. https://www.dementiaresearcher.nihr.ac.uk/guest-blog-making-an-impact-a-week-in-westminster-with-the-royal-society/ -- Dr Clarissa Giebel is a Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool and NIHR ARC North West Coast. Clarissa has been working in dementia care research for over 10 years focusing her research on helping people with dementia to live at home independently and well for longer, addressing inequalities that people with dementia and carers can face. Outside of her day work, Clarissa has also organised a local dementia network - the Liverpool Dementia & Ageing Research Forum, and has recently started her own podcast called the Ageing Scientist. -- If you would like to write your own blog drop us a line, we're always on the look out for new contributors to write about their research, careers + more dementiaresearcher@nihr.ac.uk

New Books in British Studies
Itay Lotem, "The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence" (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021)

New Books in British Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:29


In The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021), Itay Lotem explores the remembering of empire in Britain and France. By comparing these two former colonial powers, the author tells two distinct stories about coming to terms with the legacies of colonialism, the role of silence and the breaking thereof. Focusing on memory as an ongoing, politicized public debate, the book examines the afterlife of colonial history as an element of political and social discourse that depends on actors' goals and priorities. Itay Lotem earned his Ph.D at the University of London, Queen Mary and is currently a senior lecturer in French Studies at the University of Westminster. Michael G. Vann is a professor of world history at California State University, Sacramento. A specialist in imperialism and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, he is the author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empires, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam (Oxford University Press, 2018). When he's not reading or talking about new books with smart people, Mike can be found surfing in Santa Cruz, California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/british-studies

New Books in European Studies
Itay Lotem, "The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence" (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021)

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 108:29


In The Memory of Colonialism in Britain and France: The Sins of Silence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021), Itay Lotem explores the remembering of empire in Britain and France. By comparing these two former colonial powers, the author tells two distinct stories about coming to terms with the legacies of colonialism, the role of silence and the breaking thereof. Focusing on memory as an ongoing, politicized public debate, the book examines the afterlife of colonial history as an element of political and social discourse that depends on actors' goals and priorities. Itay Lotem earned his Ph.D at the University of London, Queen Mary and is currently a senior lecturer in French Studies at the University of Westminster. Michael G. Vann is a professor of world history at California State University, Sacramento. A specialist in imperialism and the Cold War in Southeast Asia, he is the author of The Great Hanoi Rat Hunt: Empires, Disease, and Modernity in French Colonial Vietnam (Oxford University Press, 2018). When he's not reading or talking about new books with smart people, Mike can be found surfing in Santa Cruz, California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

CapX presents Free Exchange
Madeline Grant on the age of 'vibes politics'

CapX presents Free Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 43:29


This week we were delighted to welcome one of the stars of the centre-right media landscape, Madeline Grant. After starting out in thinktank world at the Institute of Economic Affairs, Madeline has since forged a path in journalism as a comment editor, columnist and latterly sketch-writer at the Daily Telegraph.There was plenty for us to chew over, from Rishi's green belt proposals to Liz's regional pay U-turn. We also dived into a potted Scottish history lesson, SNP-style. Finally, we turn our attention to the Mother of Parliaments itself – and the dire state of the Palace of Westminster, which seems like a rather fitting metaphor for some of the pathologies of British politics. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

PoliticsHome
How Westminster Works: Everything that's ever been said in Parliament

PoliticsHome

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 28:06


UNSW Canberra Podcasts
Howard Library Policy Perspectives – In Conversation with Sir Anthony Seldon

UNSW Canberra Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 33:18


In this special edition of 'Policy Perspectives', Andrew Blyth, Group Manager, John Howard Prime Ministerial Library, UNSW Canberra, sits down with Sir Anthony Seldon, historian, educator and prolific political biographer. Andrew and Sir Anthony explore several current political issues facing Westminster and their relevance to Australia: the decline in trust of public institutions, why the job of prime minister has become almost impossible (with many failures), who will replace Boris Johnson, and whether the funding of prime ministerial libraries is in the public interest. Sir Anthony concludes our podcast sharing his passion for his charity walk, 'The Western Front Way', the biggest international commemorative project in the world.

Playmaker's Corner
Playmaker's Corner Episode 191: Adams City, Westminster, Northglenn, Mountain Range, Fort Collins, Boulder, Fairview, Fossil Ridge, Horizon, Legacy, Poudre, Rocky Mountain

Playmaker's Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 111:40


Kodey wraps up his initial Northern Portion of Colorado with the two big 5A leagues from last year and discusses how some swaps amongst the leagues makes for some really interesting league play. Timestamps 0:00-1:00 Introduction 1:01-10:20 Adams City Eagles 10:21-19:10 Westminster Wolves 19:11-25:44 Northglenn Norsemen 25:45-31:46 Mountain Range Mustangs 31:47-43:31 Fort Collins Lambkins 43:32-50:43 Boulder Panther 50:44-1:01:45 Fairview Knights 1:01:46-1:11:25 Fossil Ridge Sabercats 1:11:26-1:20:00 Horizon Hawks 1:20:01-1:29:25 Legacy Lightning 1:29:26-1:39:34 Poudre Impalas 1:39:35-1:49:50 Rocky Mountain Lobos 1:49:51-End Outro/Announcements https://linktr.ee/PlaymakersCorner Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlaymakerCorner Tik Tok: Playmakers Corner Instagram: https:https://www.instagram.com/playmakerscorner/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlaymakerCorner Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUEcv0BIfXT78kNEtk1pbxQ/featured Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/playmakerscorner Website: https://playmakerscorner.com/ Listen to us on: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4rkM8hKtf8eqDPy2xqOPqr Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cycle-365/id1484493484?uo=4 Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/the-cycle-365 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9mODg4MWYwL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz

Ladies Who London Podcast
Ep 98 - Westminster - Bouddicca, battle-scarred and revenge-hungry

Ladies Who London Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 47:03


What's a woman to do when Romans run rampage through your tribe? Only one thing for it - a bloody rampage, burning everything to the ground. Join us to discover the story of the legendary warrior queen Bouddicca, including the possibility of where she might be buried...or is she? Don't forget to sign up for our 100th episode live zoom recording! Get your link to join us here - https://www.ladieswholondon.com/event-details/100th-episode-live-recording Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 123—What Is The Second Petition Of The Lord's Prayer?

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

Status: Pending Podcast
Case Overview: Paul Skiba, Sarah Skiba, and Lorenzo Chivers (1999)

Status: Pending Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 39:43


On Sunday February 7th, 1999, 39-year-old Paul Skiba took his 9-year-old daughter Sarah to the moving company he owned in Westminster, Colorado. Since that day, Paul, Sarah, and an employee of the company, 37-year-old Lorenzo Chivers, have been missing, and all three are presumed dead.Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact the Westminster detective division at 303-658-4215.Sources for this episode include: a 2008 article in Westword by Jessica Centers, KUSA-TV in Denver, the Charley Project, and CNN.Thanks for listening!You can email the show: statuspendingpodcast@gamil.com, or support us on Patreon and receive early access to episodes: www.Patreon.com/StatusPending

Educational AD Podcast
Episode #317 - Michael Duffy, CMAA + Athletic Supervisor for Carroll Co. Schools in Westminster, MD

Educational AD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 71:20


Today we visit with an old friend, Michael Duffy, CMAA from Carroll Co. Schools in Westminster, Maryland. Michael and I were members of the very first NIAAA Cohort and today he shares his story along with some solid Best Practices on this episode of The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/educational-ad-podcast/support

The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 122—What Is The First Petition Of The Lord's Prayer?

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

Westminster Hour
Westminster Hour 31st July 2022

Westminster Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 49:03 Very Popular


Carolyn Quinn and guests discuss the Tory leadership contest and more

Bethany Bible Fellowship Sermons
Getting Ready for the Big Game

Bethany Bible Fellowship Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


A message from 1 Peter 4:7-11 by Alan Hultberg at Bethany Bible Fellowship, Westminster, California

The Heidelcast
Heidelcast For July 31, 2022: Every Tribe, Tongue, And Nation (10): Second Head Of Doctrine (2)

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


In this episode Dr Clark continues his series on the the Canons of Dort where we are looking at the Second Head of Doctrine of the Canons of Dort on the atonement. In the debate between the Remonstrants (Arminians) and the Reformed, . . . Continue reading →

The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 121—Why Do We Add “In Heaven”?

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

The Next 100 Days Podcast
#333 Coaching Graduates to Win Their First Job with Chris Davies

The Next 100 Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 61:05


Are you a parent of a graduate who is searching for a job? If that search is proving less than fruitful then this week's Next 100 Days podcast guest Chris Davies has something just for you. Chris Davies runs the UK's leading graduate coaching company based in Westminster, London. It's called Graduate Coach. To date, they've helped over 5,000 students land graduate level jobs with expert coaching. If you are here on this page now, and have recent graduates still searching for the job they really want, pay attention! Kevin Appleby was especially welcoming to Chris, as he hails from North Shields. In other words, a Geordie, Newcastle United supporter like himself. What can you do? Well, we barely touched this as the topic itself was so very engaging. GET 10% OFF Graduate Coach - USE DISCOUNT CODE:  NHD   Firstly, a big mistake in his Graduate Coaching business! Chris admits that it took him some two years for it to dawn on him that he was targeting the wrong audience! It's all about parents, not students! http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Chris-Davies-Its-The-Parents.mp4 Chris noted that 93% of every student attending his last throw of the dice exhibition was accompanied by a parent. What a revelation! No longer would Chris focus his primary approach at students, but at parents. Follow the money, they say. You could say, follow the decision-making. A Graduate never realises why they'll never get a job. They've always got a reason. Then Chris oriented his business toward parents. 8 years he has 150 five star reviews, he's written 2 books and guarantee what we do. 70% of Introductions Come From Recommendations Chris told us that 30% of his business comes from a SEO powered website! But, parents will stop at nothing to help their kids. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Chris-Davies-Parents-Stop-At-Nothing-to-Help.mp4   GET 10% OFF Graduate Coach - USE DISCOUNT CODE:  NHD   The Books: Chris Davies has written two books: The Graduate Book - Aimed at Graduates to help them have a great career The Student Book - Aimed at students to help them land the first graduate job   Chris also has a free FREE COURSE The free course can help you get started on the journey, but is no substitute for hands on mentoring from Chris himself. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Chris-Davies-The-Books.mp4 Unfortunate Facts 46% of UK Graduates Never Get a Graduate Job 93% of International Graduates Never Get a Graduate Job in the UK Average Time is 18 Months Before Graduates Who Do Get a Job, Start their First Graduate Job Tony Blair increased the numbers of people going to university. What has not gone up, is the number of graduate jobs. Competition for the few jobs available is greater than it has ever been. University career departments tell you very little about how to put yourself in the best position to win one of them. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Chris-Davies-Few-Graduate-Jobs.mp4   Applicant Tracker System software compliant. What does that mean? From Google: An applicant tracking system (ATS) is software that manages the recruiting and hiring process, including job postings and job applications. It organizes information about job seekers and makes it searchable. As its name implies, an ATS tracks candidates through the hiring process. Graduate Coaching Tips from Chris Davies http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Chris-Davies-Graduate-Coaching-Process.mp4 Chris Davies Provides a Testimonial for The Next 100 Days Podcast http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Chris-Davies-Testimonial.mp4   GET 10% OFF Graduate Coach - USE DISCOUNT CODE:  NHD   The Next 100 Days co-hosts… Graham Arrowsmith Graham runs Finely Fettled to help organisations that want to market to affluent and high-net-worth customers.

The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 120—Why Did Our Lord Add, “Who Is In Heaven?”

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 164 Part 2: Royally Beautiful: How Incredible Jewels Have Been Passed Down Through the Nobility

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 26:07


What you'll learn in this episode: The surprising stories Prince Dimitri discovered while compiling material for his book, “Once Upon a Diamond: A Family Tradition of Royal Jewels” How decorative and fine arts have influenced jewelry throughout history Why paisley is an enduring motif in jewelry Why mixing high and low jewelry and fashion has always been chic How Dimitri's ancestor Catherine the Great created the royal uniform we recognize today About Prince Dimitri Prince Dimitri founded his company in 2007 after sixteen years as Senior Vice President of Jewelry with Sotheby's and later as head of Jewelry at Phillips de Pury & Luxembourg auction houses. Dimitri's love of jewelry dates from his childhood and unique heritage of a family where the heads of European Royalty were closely tied together in an era of extreme opulence, beauty and culture all over Europe. He began designing jewelry in 1999, with a collection of gemstone cufflinks that was sold at Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue. He also designed a line of women's jewelry that was sold at Barneys New York and Neiman Marcus. He has designed for Asprey's in London and done special lines for other American companies. With his own jewelry company he has been able to realize his own vision in his love of gemstones; the juxtaposition of unusual materials and color; imaginative forms and paying attention to detail and to superb craftsmanship. Additional Resources: Website Instagram Facebook Dimitri's Book Photos: Available on TheJewelryJourney.com Transcript: Growing up surrounded by the world's most beautiful jewels, it's no wonder that Prince Dimitri became a jewelry designer known for his gemmy creations. After working in the auction world for many years, he launched Prince Dimitri Jewelry, which offers a range of jewels from affordable to six-figure masterpieces. He joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about how jewelry became a symbol of royalty; the most memorable pieces that came across his desk at Sotheby's and Phillips; and where royal jewelers throughout history found inspiration. Read the episode transcript here. Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is the second part of a two-part episode. If you haven't heard part one, please go to thejewelryjourney.com. Today, my guest is Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia. Welcome back.    You know so much about this, I'm sure, because of studying through auctions, but is it because you looked at Russian jewelry, too, as part of your background?   Prince: Yes, and I've read all the Cartier books. My favorite book of the moment, apart from mine, is the one of Francesca Cartier. I did a podcast with her. The beginning of a certain style of tiara was the tiara of Grand Duchess Vladimir, my great grandmother. She had invited him to her palace in St. Petersburg and introduced him to the court. There was a particular tiara she liked that is now the property of the Queen of England. It's the favorite, actually, of the Queen of England, but Cartier also was her favorite. He asked her if she would be kind enough to loan it to him so he could get inspired by it. She, being the most important patron of the arts in Russia at the time, immediately said, “Yes, let them have it.”    His first tiara, he made it for an American heiress who had married one of the sons of the King of Greece. I show it in my book on two pages, one next to each other, the two tiaras. You can see exactly my great grandmother's tiara in it, but you can see exactly the Cartier style as well. It's unbelievable, the alchemy he did. He took the design, tweaked it, altered it, made some changes, and turned it into a typical Cartier thing. It's the typical art of the French. French art, I would say from the Middle Ages on, and especially in the 18th and 19th centuries, was the art of taking an element from foreign cultures, but doing the magic of turning it into a specifically French product. You see that with porcelains, with furniture, with Japanese lacquers and the Chinese porcelains mounted in the French bronzes, all of that. That's what Cartier wanted to reproduce in his workshop, this mentality of being able to create magic like that, which is true creativity. It all started during the Renaissance times, which marked the beginning of that mentality. Every artist today works based on that.    Sharon: You like paisley as a motif.   Prince: Yes, I love paisley.    Sharon: Why?   Prince: Because the shape is so pretty, and the history is so interesting. It is believed that it arrived in Iran and India more or less at the same time, during the conquest of Alexander the Great. He conquered half of the world in those days, and he died pretty young, at the age of 30, I think, in India. A lot of his armies didn't want to go back to Greece and just settled in India and then Iran. On the artifacts they had with them was a shape that was very similar to the paisley. It was the mango. The mango, in ancient Greek decorative arts, represented the symbol of fertility.   Sharon: What was the name of it?    Prince: The mango, the fruit.   Sharon: Oh, mango, O.K.   Prince: Yes, the Greek mango was the symbol of creativity, fertility and all that. The Persians and the Indians were already an advanced civilization, and they loved the shape and created their own out of it. It's different from the mango, but when you see the two together, you understand how it originated.    It then came back to Europe in the 19th century. There was a huge revival of paisley, and it was immediately applied to fabrics. The center of fabric in Europe was a town in Scotland where they made all the famous shawls that all the elegant ladies of the 19th century wore. The name of that city in Scotland was Paisley. That's why it's called paisley. In French we call it the Kashmir motif, and in Italian also, because it's from the Kashmir region of India. They made it very popular to the western world after it disappeared. It never came back. It's this idea of art going back and forth between different continents, which I find fascinating.   Sharon: Your jewelry is mostly by commission. Is it somebody bringing you a bag of their grandmother's stuff and saying, “What you can you do with this?” or is it, “My wife has a birthday coming up. What can you do?”   Prince: Exactly. We do a lot of that, or cufflinks for the husband or little pendants for young men for graduations. I do Damascus steel corsets, Damascus steel being the metal with which they made the swords for the crusaders. It's folding sheets of steel, like how you fold sheets to make a croissant, like a baked pastry. In my book, you will see how when you cut it, the way it's folded appears. It gives a wonderful design to the steel itself, and then you apply stones to it, and it makes something very, very interesting. I try and make it into my style of design at the same time to make it more interesting.   Sharon: And you say it's appealing to your male clients?   Prince: Male clients or female clients who like more toned-down jewelry, more masculine jewelry, because some jewelry is masculine. During the whole Art Deco period and the retro period, all of a sudden they veered away from all the flowers and the fussy things from before to make more geometric forms, which were more masculine. So did fashion. The fashion was more strict. There were fewer feathers, less fabric. It's a back and forth in history between the energies of yin and yang. You see it in decorative arts.   Sharon: Do you find it's become more popular or growing in popularity? What's the market?   Prince: The market nowadays is for smaller things that you can wear all the time and that you can dress up and down. I make things you can wear with a ball gown that will look amazing, but you could also wear it with a jean and a white T-shirt. It has this chameleon aspect to it. It will blend into your outfit and people won't realize what you're wearing. This is good. You want only the opinion of those who understand jewelry. You want them to understand. To people who don't understand, it doesn't matter. Stuff like that.   Sharon: I think—and this is based on some of the reading I was doing—you talked about it being very chic to mix the high with the low.   Prince: Yeah, to mix things like that. I remember during my second year at Sotheby's in Geneva, there was a lady who walked in who looked like a model. She was a model; she was actually a Serbian model of unbelievable beauty. She was wearing a white T-shirt and jeans and high heels, and on her pinkie finger she had stuck two rings. One was an emerald-cut, D flawless diamond of 30 carats, and the other one was a 25-carat cushion-cut Kashmir sapphire. I spotted those and I said, “Is this what I think it is?” and she said, “Yes, absolutely.” You know who that lady was? Mrs. Rizzoli.    Sharon: I'm sorry, who?   Prince: It was Mrs. Rizzoli.   Sharon: Mrs. Rizzoli, the publisher?   Prince: Yeah. I was told afterwards when she left, but it's Rizzoli who did my book. I always remember what an interesting way of wearing jewelry it was. She has certainly influence my creativity, I think.    Sharon: I'm sorry; I'm just not following. Because you would expect somebody like that to be dressed a lot more formally?   Prince: I had never seen somebody with a jean and T-shirt wearing a 30-carat, D flawless diamond. She was wearing $10 million of diamonds on that finger, and nobody paid attention. I spotted it immediately because gems speak to me.    Sharon: When they speak to you, are they telling you what to do with them?   Prince: Yes, sometimes, but I don't know. The first thing I notice is jewelry. It's like a sixth sense I have.   Sharon: I don't know how many places somebody's going to walk in with a 30-carat, D flawless diamond. Maybe in New York. How many do you see? I don't see that many, anyway.   Prince: Not anymore. Yeah, not anymore.   Sharon: You've probably seen a million. When I think of the high and the low, I think of people describing wearing something from Target and then something from, I don't know, Tiffany. Maybe not so much anymore.   Prince: Yeah, from Tiffany, of course, or Cartier or anything. Even Fabergé.   Sharon: Yes. You talked too about having different lines at different price points. You have it for the ultra-rich and then you have it—   Prince: At every price point there is, because I like the challenge of being able to do something very pretty that's affordable. With unlimited budgets it's easier, but I also like the challenge. For instance, this is the best example. The other day, I had to do an engagement ring for the daughter of a friend of mine. The boyfriend of the fiancé couldn't afford much. He didn't have a very big budget, and he was wondering if we could do a mounting that would make the diamond look bigger and add two on the sides and all that. I said, “No, no, no. You don't want a ring that says, ‘This is all I can afford.' You want a ring that says, ‘I have fabulous taste, and this is it.'” So, I gave him a one-and-a-half-carat diamond, which is small, but I did a really nice mounting. We did something called the love note on each side.   Sharon: The love song?   Prince: The love note. The love note is also known as the note of Savoy, which I speak a lot about in my book and my Instagram. It's the symbol of true love, and it comes with a motto: It binds you, but it doesn't constrain. I said, “You already have a wonderful symbol in this thing. We're going to make it in platinum. There's no underhand. I want the diamond to touch the skin of your fiancé so she can feel it on the palm. It's going to be a work of art.” It worked. We kept the budget under $20,000.   Sharon: Wow! It's a love dot?   Prince: A love note.   Sharon: Is it a little knot on the side?   Prince: It's a love note, two of them. It's shaped like a figure eight, like an infinity note; one going up, one going down. It's the note Savoy. You'll see it in my book and on my website. I did an entire collection called “The New Look of Love,” and I do the colored version of it in gold with little cabochon stones. They are about $4,000 or $5,000 and they're super nice.   Sharon: And you find those do well for you?    Prince: Yes.   Sharon: I'm curious what you think. I was listening to a podcast this morning talking about inflation and whether there's going to be a recession with a little “r” or a big “r.” What do you see in terms of jewelry right now? How is the market for jewelry? Are people uncertain?    Prince: People are uncertain. It will slow down. I happen to be lucky right now. I have had a ton of orders lined up, but I don't know how long it will last. It all depends on how the economy does. It's always like that.   Sharon: Maybe you haven't experienced it for a while, but when times are slower in terms of jewelry, are you doing more drawings in preparation for when things pick up?   Prince: Yes, I do that. In 2008, I did that. I was drawing a lot because I like to draw.   Sharon: Do you wake up full of ideas?   Prince: Sometimes, yes. Not every day, but all of a sudden I do have ideas.   Sharon: And they're coming from things around you and things you see and what you read and history, like you talked about.   Prince: Yes, anything I could see in the street, for instance, any object, sometimes out of nothing comes an idea. You know what they say: for those who listen, even stones speak.   Sharon: That's interesting. I haven't heard that before. I think that's a great line.    You talk about Catherine the Great being one of your ancestors. She was a fabulous marketer through her jewelry; her jewelry was a form of marketing. Could you tell us more about that?   Prince: Yes. She normally had a gold dress. The dress was very important. She had something like 150 brooches sewn on the dress. She looked like a Christmas tree, plus the tiara and the crown behind all of that. She understood that somebody walked into the palace in St. Petersburg, let's say. If they saw her looking like that, they would instantly know that was the empress and that's what she did. In a way, she invented the outfit, the uniform of an empress.    It's funny you say that, because years later my grandmother told me, “Tiaras always give me a headache.” I said, “And could you not wear them?” She said, “No, I had to wear them because that's what was expected of us. It was our uniform. We had to wear tiaras and jewelry and look the part because that's what we were; that's what our job was.” You see it today. The Queen of England, who's a genius at what she does, is always the most elegant woman in England. If you didn't know she was the queen, which is impossible in the modern day because everybody knows what she looks like, but if you saw a lady dressed like that, you would instantly know she's somebody very important.   Sharon: You're communicating through your jewelry.   Prince: Yes, it's a uniform in a way. If you're a policeman, you were a policeman's uniform. If you're a nurse, you wear a nurse's uniform. If you're a princess or queen, you wear that kind of uniform.   Sharon: Which raises a question as you're talking, I'm thinking, “Why put tiaras with your jeans?” I don't know.    Prince: No, that you can't do. That is the one thing left that—first of all, you have to be of noble or royal blood, and it's only with a white tie on certain, very rare occasions.   Sharon: Do you have to be noble if you can afford it? I'm just wondering.   Prince: Yeah. The protocol is that it's only ladies of the nobility and of the aristocracy, meaning the nobility or the royalty, only those ladies are allowed a tiara, and they have to be married. Normally unmarried girls don't wear tiaras yet.   Sharon: Interesting.    Prince: No.   Sharon; Did you have a lot of tiaras cross your desk when you were in the auction houses?   Prince: Yes, quite a few from royal families in Europe. Yeah, very nice ones.    Sharon: Did they want them melted down, or did they want you to try and auction them as tiaras?   Prince: Auction them as tiaras, because it makes more money like that.    Sharon: Yes, I suppose—well, I don't. Would it? I guess it depends on what it was made of.   Prince: If you can wear it as a necklace, then it makes a lot of money. If you can't wear it as a necklace, then it sells for less because it's more a difficult thing to wear. A lot of those tiaras were necklaces fixed on an invisible frame that you put on your head. It stands up straight, and then you unscrew everything and you can turn it into a necklace, which was a very clever invention done in the 19th century. The Russians were the masters of that, jewels with a variable geometry, I call them.   Sharon: Jewels with a variable geometry. I think of the pieces that come apart as being more from the 30s and 40s, but you're saying it was done earlier.   Prince: Well before, at the end of the 19th century. The Russians did that. You could take the center parts and wear them as brooches.    Sharon: I'm surprised to hear that you're not talking about Fabergé jewels. Did you see those? Were they in your background?   Prince: I sold those, yes, but those were extremely, extremely rare. The most famous one in existence today is the Cyclamen Tiara of the Duchess of Westminster in England, which also unmounted to become a necklace. It's absolutely a dream of a tiara. My grandmother had some necklaces and pendants and little things, but not many important ones.   Sharon: Fabergé, she had.   Prince: Yeah, it was mostly objects and little jewels. But tiaras, there were very few made, and they disappeared during the Revolution.    Sharon: Prince Dimitri, where do you want to take your business from here?    Prince: I want to keep on growing, wherever that will be.    Sharon: Have you found it to be any help or impediment, being a prince? It must be, “Oh my god, it's a prince.” There's an attraction there, but has it been an impediment in what you do?   Prince: No, not really. You're right; there's always a curiosity, but after a while, that's it. There's also a human being.    Sharon: When people ask you what you are a prince of, what do you say? A Yugoslavian prince?   Prince: Yugoslavia, yeah. That's my birthright. When we were born, Yugoslavia still existed, even though it was a Communist country. Titles go on forever. They don't change in case of mutations or geopolitical upheavals and stuff like that. It's a birthright that follows the family forever because it proceeds from the family itself. One studies that in constitutional law in Europe, funnily enough, because some countries still recognize titles, the ones where there's a monarchy. On my English passport and Belgian passport, my title is written because they recognize it. On my American passport and my Italian passport, it's not written.   Sharon: Has it influenced your jewelry in any way?   Prince: No, it's all aesthetics. It's only about aesthetics.   Sharon: So it's removed from that.   Prince: Yeah. Movement is very important.   Sharon: What's your favorite jewel? What's your favorite gem?   Prince: I don't have a favorite gem because I really love all of them, but I have a favorite color combination, which is greens and blues together. For instance, there is nothing I like more than the mixture of aquamarine, emerald and sapphire together. There are lot of examples in my book based on that.    Sharon: How about the cut? Is there a favorite cut you have of a gem?   Prince: I like emerald cuts. I like a square emerald cut with cut corners. I like antique cushion cuts very much, and I love cabochon also.    Sharon: Do you work with all those?   Prince: I work with all of those. I also like pear shape, but it all depends on how it's cut. Some cuts don't work; others do. I like unusual cuts also, different shapes that are not seen very often. It depends on how you combine them.   Sharon: Right. I guess that's the artistry.   Prince: Yes.   Sharon: Thank you so much for being with us today and telling us about your line of jewelry. We can find it at Neiman Marcus. Besides that there's the book, which we can find—   Prince: You can find it on my website, Dimitri.com. You can find it on Amazon also. You can find it at Neiman Marcus in Dallas, Texas for the moment, along with a collection I designed specifically for them.   Sharon: For Neiman Marcus in Dallas. When you say specifically for them, how would it have been different if you had done it for Neiman Marcus in Los Angeles, for instance? What was specific?   Prince: From the moment I sold to Neiman Marcus, it was the one in Dallas. We just started last fall, and it's a variation of the cufflinks I was telling you about before. It's stones inside of stones, but with different colors, different assortments, a different way of designing it. Similar but different. That's what I'm doing only for Neiman Marcus.   Sharon: Do you see it throughout the states, though, in other places?    Prince: No.   Sharon: It's basically Neiman.   Prince: Neiman in Dallas for the moment. I'm hoping to expand that.   Sharon: Well, we'll look for you elsewhere, and we'll also look at the book. Thank you so much for being with us today. We greatly appreciate it.   Prince: Thank you so much. It was so kind of you to invite me. I'm very touched.   Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.    

The Fourcast
Stories of harassment from inside the Houses of Parliament

The Fourcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 22:53


Inside the Houses of Parliament, they make the rules for the rest of us but, with claims of harassment and bullying, is it time Westminster got its own house in order?   After an exclusive Channel 4 News investigation reveals claims of bullying and sexual harassment in Parliament, right across the political spectrum, we spoke to our presenter and Investigations Editor Cathy Newman about the scale of misconduct in Westminster.   (The testimonies you will hear have been voiced by actors)    Produced by: Nina Hodgson

The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 119—What Is The Lord's Prayer?

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

The Heidelcast
Heidelminicast: Heidelberg Catechism 118—For What Should We Pray?

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022


The Heidelberg Catechism is one of the most beloved and well used catechisms to emerge from the sixteenth and seventeenth century Reformation. Published in its final form in 1563, the catechism has been used by millions of Christians to teach the faith . . . Continue reading →

New Books in History
James P. Byrd and James Hudnut-Beumler, "The Story of Religion in America: An Introduction" (Westminster John Knox Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 67:45


The Story of Religion in America: An Introduction (Westminster John Knox Press, 2021) presents the broad scope of the story of religion in the American colonies and the United States. While following certain central narratives, including the long shadow of Puritanism, the competition between revival and reason, and the defining role of racial and ethnic diversity, the book also tells the story of American religion in all its historical and moral complexity. To appeal to its broad range of readers, this text includes charts, timelines, and suggestions for primary source documents that will lead readers into a deeper engagement with the material. Unlike similar history books, The Story of Religion in America: An Introduction pays careful attention to balancing the story of Christianity with the central contributions of other religions. James P. Byrd is Professor of American Religious History, Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Research, and Chair of the Graduate Department of Religion at Vanderbilt University Divinity School. James Hudnut-Beumler is Anne Potter Wilson Distinguished Professor of American Religious History at Vanderbilt University Divinity School and Professor of History in the College of Arts and Science at Vanderbilt University. Jackson Reinhardt is a graduate of University of Southern California and Vanderbilt University. He is currently an independent scholar, freelance writer, and research assistant. You can reach Jackson at jtreinhardt1997@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @JTRhardt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history