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    Joe and Raanan Talk Movies
    Episode 68 - Minority Report, War of the Worlds

    Joe and Raanan Talk Movies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 57:23


    This week Joe & Raanan discuss Minority Report, War of the Worlds, Spielberg, alien spiders, Tom Cruise's hair, twinks and a whole lot more! Enjoy! Follow us @joelistcomedy and @raanancomedy Subscribe to our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/joeandraanantalkmovies1 Subscribe to Joe's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoeListComedy Subscribe to Raanan's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MrRaananhershberg  

    Fat Man Beyond
    370: Kenobi! Ms. Marvel! The Boys! Kevin Smith & Marc Bernardin - FMB LIVE 6/21/22

    Fat Man Beyond

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 135:18


    Kevin Smith and Marc Bernardin get back behind the bar of the Scum & Villainy Cantina to talk Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ms. Marvel, The Boys, the latest entertainment news, and Q&A! SPONSOR: http://go.bluechew.com/fatman - Try BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code FATMAN at checkout--just pay $5 shipping.

    Twisted History
    The Twisted History of Hoaxes

    Twisted History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 88:44


    Presented by 3CHI. Fanta, Bayer, J.P. Graziano, Left Turn, Procter & Gamble, Lights Out, Woozle Effect, Shroud of Turin, War of the Worlds, Balloon Boy, and more ...

    Coaster Cuzzies
    Our Most Memorable Ride Experiences (Episode 80)

    Coaster Cuzzies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 69:44


    This show we share our stories of our most memorable ride experiences we've had in our 30-something years of experiencing rides and attractions. Theme Park Stud also reacts to topics like Worlds of Fun's rumored new for 2023 roller coaster, a ride at Kennywood getting stuck upside down, and the new Surf Coaster at Sea World Orlando.

    Life's a Pitch Podcast
    Deleted Scenes: War Of The Worlds - Outbreak

    Life's a Pitch Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:16


    We pitch The Ascension of the Jersey Royals. A movie in which potatoes have already gained sentience off-screen, and now they want the crown? We also talk about natural disaster movies and try to frame War of the Worlds from the aliens' point of view. These are deleted scenes from the Life's a Pitch Podcast episode 383. If you crave a crumb of context, please go back and listen to the main episode. You probably won't regret it much

    Let’s Talk Cheer
    Jason interviews Brendan Mathews, choreographer, coach and World Champion

    Let’s Talk Cheer

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 69:28


    In this episode Jason Larkins interviews Brendan Mathews long time coach at CheerForce San Diego, and international choreographer. Brendan shares how he got involved with cheerleading, with coaching and into choreography. Brendan shares stories from losing the Summit all the way to winning Worlds and everything in between. If you're new, thank you for joining, be sure to subscribe so that you don't miss any future episodes.

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
    BFT Show with Peter Sampson

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 137:31


    Peter Sampson recaps last weekends Worlds of Sport event in Portland. He also touches on a variety of topics including the NBA Draft, the Blazers offseason, LIV Golf, Deshaun Watson, best old school video games, and more. We also play the Big Splash. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. And tune in to the BFT with John Canzano live every weekday from 3-6 p.m. on 750 The Game! Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

    CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez
    Florida's NCAA Heptathlon Champion Anna Hall Explains How She Got So Good Across All Track And Field Events, Goals for Worlds

    CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 57:28


    “I went into NCAAs thinking, ‘I need to perform for my team.' In those times that you're doubting yourself, that's partly why our team is so special. I see how hard my teammates work and I think, ‘OK. I owe them my best performance.' Even if I don't think I can pull it out for myself, I can pull it out for them.” You can make the case that Anna Hall is the best athlete on the University of Florida campus, which is wild considering all their sports teams. She won the heptathlon and finished second in the 400-meter hurdles at the NCAA Championships. It was one of the most impressive performances. That's seven events and two rounds of the 400m hurdles all out. I'm tired just thinking about it. She is also the U.S. champion from the USATF Combined Events Championships in May and has qualified for Team USA for the upcoming World Championships. She's been a multis star since high school. We go back to those days, why she gravitates towards challenging things, how she overcame disappointment from getting injured at last year's Olympic Trials and how she views her potential across so many different events. SUPPORT THE SPONSORS GARMIN: Music. Training. Data. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music is my favorite running partner. You do the running. This GPS running smartwatch does the thinking. It even gets to know you and your body better, mile after mile and song after song. Get one for yourself here >> https://bit.ly/3Pcu0qo ADIDAS: The Adizero Adios Pro 3 is here! Adidas' latest edition of their super shoe built for runners looking to take their performance to the next level and run after new records. Worn by Olympic champion + New York City Marathom and Boston Marathon champion Peres Jepchirchir, it's got a proven track record. The Adios Pro 3 features the new EnergyRod 2.0 system, Lightstrike Pro foam, a brand new upper and continental rubber outsole – all while being made of recyclable materials. Mark your calendars. The shoe will be available for sale on Adidas.com on June 23. HYDROW: Hydrow is a state-of-the-art rowing experience. Hydrow works 86% of major muscle groups, compared with only 44% from cycling. That's twice the benefit in half the time! It's a perfect low-impact workout to add to your training cycle for both endurance and resistance training. Use code CITIUS100 for $100 off of the rower (stackable with any current offerings) >> https://hydrow.com/ OREGON22: We are less than 60 days until the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon (7/15-24). The outdoor track season is underway and the journey to Hayward has begun. Don't miss out. Buy your tickets today to see the world's best athletes in action at the first-ever world outdoor championships being held on U.S. soil. You can get your tickets by visiting WorldChampsOregon22.com/Tickets

    The Nordic Asia Podcast
    Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière and Peter A Jackson, "Spirit Possession in Buddhist Southeast Asia: Worlds Ever More Enchanted" (NIAS Press, 2022)

    The Nordic Asia Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 28:47


    What is the relationship between Spirit Possession Rituals and Buddhism in mainland Southeast Asia? How has modernity transformed Spirit Possession cults in the 21st century and what has led to the efflorescence of possession rituals across Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam in recent decades? Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière and Peter A. Jackson joined Terese Gagnon on the Nordic Asia Podcast handing out important insights of their new edited volume Spirit Possession in Buddhist Southeast Asia, Worlds ever More Enchanted that was published with NIAS Press in March 2022. Spirit Possession examines the upsurge of spirit cults and diverse forms of magical ritual in Buddhist Southeast Asia by exploring the interplay of neoliberal capitalism, visual media, the network cultures of the Internet, and the politics of cultural heritage and identity. Visit the NIAS Press Webshop to find the book and get your copy here. Bénédicte Brac de la Perrière is an anthropologist at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris and former director of its Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CASE). She specializes on Burma-Myanmar, where she has conducted regular field research since the 1980s, and has written widely on religion and rituals. Peter A. Jackson is Emeritus Professor in Thai cultural history at the Australian National University. Over the past four decades, he has written extensively on religion, gender and sexuality in modern Thailand as well as critical approaches to Asian area studies. His ongoing research includes studying media and masculinity in Thai gay cultures and religion and ritual in Thai communities affected by HIV. The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS) based at the University of Copenhagen, along with our academic partners: the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Turku, and Asianettverket at the University of Oslo. We aim to produce timely, topical and well-edited discussions of new research and developments about Asia. About NIAS: www.nias.ku.dk Transcripts of the Nordic Asia Podcasts: http://www.nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast

    IseeRobots Radio
    Worlds Famous Ep.38

    IseeRobots Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 41:57


    Hey kids. This week we start of with some talk about the new D and D campaign I joined. It's really great so far and is making me pretty happy.. From there we open up some Sesame Street Trading cards in search of the elusive Big Bird Rookie Card. Did we get it? Who knows dude? Then we open up some figs, talk about the flea market and do stuff of that sort... Thanks for tuning in! I really appreciate the support. 

    Tex-Trek: A Star Trek Podcast
    195: STAR TREK: STRANGE NEW WORLDS S1E7 “The Serene Squall”

    Tex-Trek: A Star Trek Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 79:06


    Someone tell Rick Berman to put the blindfold back on the bust of Gene because it's space pirates this week on STRANGE NEW WORLDS. There's also been a lot of talk about guest star Jesse James Keitel. Find out what we think about their character. Oh, and one last thing, the ending of this episode made Fatheree jump up and down screaming uncontrollably with excitement so you for sure want to hear why!
As always, available in both video and audio-only formats.Check us out on YouTube:https://youtu.be/ANs8bZ8mfygJoin our Discord server:https://discord.gg/YXPeRyQh7ySupport us on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/txtrekhttp://www.facebook.com/textrekhttp://twitter.com/TxTrekEmail: fathereeactual@tex-trek.com

    Ivan Teller
    Timeline Architecture Old Souls Elf Worlds Medusa Bloodline

    Ivan Teller

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 29:08


    Imagine Nations Church Sydney
    Godly Courage Brings Courageous Action that Changes People's Worlds - Ps. Andrew Paech

    Imagine Nations Church Sydney

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


    Permanently Moved
    2224 - Win Condition

    Permanently Moved

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 5:02


    The ultimate victory condition in the most popular online worlds right now is to be left alone. Full Show Notes: https://www.thejaymo.net/2022/06/18/301-2224-win-condition/ Watch 301 on youtube Support the Show! My Blog Permanently moved is a personal podcast 301 seconds in length, written and recorded by @thejaymo

    The Drunk Riders
    Cedar Point needs to change, but how? - Episode 184

    The Drunk Riders

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 92:28


    After his recent visit to Cedar Point, Mike and the gang discuss Cedar Point and it's shortcomings as well as what can be done to change what has become a mediocre experience. That, Worlds of Fun, Dollywood, Sik, fan questions and much more in this episode.

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
    BFT Show: Rick George, John Strong and Ricky Lopez-Espin

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 137:46


    John Canzano broadcasts live from the Oregon Convention Center, site of Worlds of Sport, the definitive interactive event for all sports fans taking place this weekend. Colorado athletic director Rick George joins the show, plus former MLS player Ricky Lopez-Espin jumps on the set to talk about his path to pro soccer and his current involvement in a new sport that's sweeping the nation. Plus, Anna joins, Fox Sports lead soccer voice John Strong talks all things World Cup and his upcoming broadcast of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, we play the 5 at 5, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. And tune in to the BFT with John Canzano live every weekday from 3-6 p.m. on 750 The Game! Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

    Northern Chains Disc Golf
    Ep 030: Amateur Worlds, with Sam King, and Majestic recap

    Northern Chains Disc Golf

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 68:56


    Rob Kuenzi interviews Sam King about his Amateur Worlds preparation and Rob and Anthony Erickson recap the Majestic Pro tournament and sidetrack into holes that are not birdieable.Northern Chains is sponsored by Infinite Discs and is all about building community among those who are passionate about the great game of Disc Golf. Let's learn together, play together, champion each other and build life-long friendships.  Support is requested in the following ways; 1) Subscribe, rate and review the podcast, 2) Subscribe to YouTube channel, 3) Follow Northern Chains on Instagram, and 4) Support financially at Patreon.com/northernchains --- and of course, tell a friend!Email northernchainspodcast@gmail.com if you have any questions, feedback or ideas.Support the show

    Digital Islamic Reminder
    Who Have No Fear & Sadness In The Both Worlds

    Digital Islamic Reminder

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 12:22


    Who Have No Fear & Sadness In The Both Worlds

    Strange Magic Podcast
    68: The Feast of Summer Solstice with Melissa Madara

    Strange Magic Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 61:56


    Get ready for Summer Solstice with this episode as we discuss the history of Summer Solstice and how you can celebrate it in all your witchy glory. Hint: a feast is involved! Then join Amanda and her special guest, Melissa Madara, co-owner of Catland Books (Brooklyn's favorite occult shop).  We take a deep dive into the magic of the kitchen as we discuss Melissa's book: The Witch's Feast. Plant lovers and folks who love to nerd out on magical history will especially love this episode. In this convo we discuss:Where the name Litha comes fromDivination magic for the SolsticeFood spells and plant magicHow to transform your kitchen into a magical house of witchcraftHow to forage for herbs in urban environmentsLearning to see invasive plants as a voice of the spirits of the landHow to use kitchen magic to remediate challenging aspects of your birth chart The most important thing for baby witches to do when they begin their practice.We can't wait for you to tune in! Happy Solstice!To leave a review of the podcast on iTunes, open your Apple Podcasts APP and scroll down to the comments. Or you can try to click this link (sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't depending on your set up).Find us on Instagram at:Podcast: @BetweentheworldspodcastAmanda: @OracleofLACarolyn: @CarolynPennypackerRiggs_____________________________FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST MELISSA JAYNE MADARA:Melissa Jayne Madara is a witch, chef, botanist, and storyteller. They are a partner at Catland Books, Brooklyn's little witch shop, where they serve as an educator, diviner, and curator of Catland's courtyard garden. In addition, Melissa is the editrix of Catland's house-published arts and occulture journal, Venefica Magazine. Melissa's writing and commentary has been published in Venefica (V2 & V4) as well as in Susie Magazine (Issue 1) , Fiddler's Green Peculiar Parish Magazine (Volumes 5 & 7), and in their premiere book, The Witch's Feast.Melissa's research focuses primarily on plant folklore, ancient religions, herbalism, divination, and the botany of poisonous plants. They are an avid collector of historical formularies, particularly recipes for food and fragrance. Melissa's botanical and apothecary work can be found under the brand Moon Cult Herbs. As a chef, Melissa is most known for hosting sumptuous ritual dinners and full moon feasts in Brooklyn and beyond. Find out more about Melissa here...Website: thewitchsfeast.comInstagram: @saint.jayne*********************************COURT OF PENTACLES: FINDING YOUR GIFT WORKSHOPIf you have trouble identifying your gifts, or knowing what to do with them, this is the right workshop for you!In this 4-week workshop, we'll cover how to identify, develop, and protect your gifts, and then how to offer them to the world — all through the lens of the Court of Pentacles in tarot!THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDES:Weekly, easy, doable, downloadable PDF worksheetsPractical, achievable weekly activities you can do in less than an hour a weekInvocations, rituals, and spells galore!Journal prompts, correspondences, and keywords to help you metabolize and make use of what you learnMP3s of songs you can use anytime to access the spirit of the Court of PentaclesAnd a 1.5 hour live call to go deeper into the workFIND OUT MORE You can buy this as a one off or, get yourself the gift that keeps on giving throughout the year, and become a member of our coven where you get workshops, monthly tarot studio classes, and lots of other goodies included in the cost of membership.Become a Between the Worlds Weird Circle Subscriber, click here. ********************************** Learn More About Your Host Amanda Yates Garcia, & Buy Her BookTo order Amanda's book, "Initiated: Memoir of a Witch" CLICK HERE.To sign up for Amanda's newsletter, CLICK HERE.Amanda's InstagramAmanda's FacebookTo book an appointment with Amanda go to www.oracleoflosangeles.com ********************************* Original MUSIC by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs ********************************** MIND YOUR PRACTICE PODCASTMind Your Practice - Carolyn's  podcast with arts consultant and author of Make Your Art No Matter What, Beth Pickens - is geared towards artists and writers looking for strategies and support to build their projects and practices (plus loving pep talks).There's even a club - “Homework Club” - which offers creative people support and strategies for keeping their projects and practices a priority with monthly webinars, worksheets, live QnA's, optional accountability pods, and ACTUAL HOMEWORK (that you'll never be graded on. Ever!)You can visit MindYourPractice.com for more details or listen wherever you stream Between the Worlds. ********************************** Get in touch with sponsorship inquiries for Between the Worlds at betweentheworldspodcast@gmail.com.**CONTRIBUTORS:Amanda Yates Garcia (host) & Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs (producer, composer). The BTW logo collage was created by Maria Minnis (tinyparsnip.com / instagram.com/tinyparsnip ) with text designed by Leah Hayes.

    Fat Man Beyond
    369: Kenobi Ep. 5! Ms. Marvel! Kevin Smith & Marc Bernardin - FMB LIVE 6/15/22

    Fat Man Beyond

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 166:17


    Kevin Smith and Marc Bernardin stream into your screen to talk Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ms. Marvel, the latest entertainment news, and Q&A! SPONSOR: https://nativedeo.com/fatman, or use promo code fatman at checkout, and get twenty percent off your first order. SPONSOR: http://go.bluechew.com/fatman - Try BlueChew FREE when you use our promo code FATMAN at checkout--just pay $5 shipping.

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
    BFT Show: Alex Molden, Brian Kappel

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 137:46


    John Canzano broadcasts live from the Oregon Convention Center, site of Worlds of Sport, the definitive interactive event for all sports fans taking place this weekend. Alex Molden stops by the program with his thoughts on today's NFL compared to his career days, the challenge of transitioning to life after retirement, how he encourages men in similar positions today, and Tom Brady's back-and-forth dance with leaving the game. Plus, Brian Kappel, Creative Director of Worlds of Sport, stops by the set to talk about what he's looking forward to this weekend, his background in creative arts in sports, and his involvement with the College Football Playoff. Plus, the 5 at 5, Anna stops by, we talk NBA Finals Game Six, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. And tune in to the BFT with John Canzano live every weekday from 3-6 p.m. on 750 The Game! Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
    BFT Interview: Brian Kappel

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 28:31


    John Canzano talks to Brian Kappel, Creative Director of Worlds of Sport, an event for all sports fans in Oregon that takes place this weekend at the Oregon Convention Center (WorldsofSport.com). Kappel talks about his path to become a 'professional tinkerer', how he developed his creative skill, his vision for Worlds of Sport, what he is excited to experience at the event, and what it's like to be involved in the creative for the College Football Playoff. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. And tune in to the BFT with John Canzano live every weekday from 3-6 p.m. on 750 The Game! Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
    BFT Interview: Alex Molden

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 22:08


    John Canzano talks to former Oregon Duck and longtime NFL defensive back Alex Molden about life in the NFL, how he knew it was time to retire, his thoughts on Tom Brady's in-and-out process to retirement, and Molden's upcoming appearance at Worlds of Sport this weekend at the Oregon Convention Center. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. And tune in to the BFT with John Canzano live every weekday from 3-6 p.m. on 750 The Game! Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

    Star Trek Universe Podcast
    Strange New Worlds 1x07 - "The Serene Squall" Review

    Star Trek Universe Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 29:09


    So who else has a massive crush on Chapel? We're talking Star Trek: Strange New Worlds 1x07, "The Serene Squall", and we don't really agree on a lot this time around, but we have fun anyway.

    Asian Review of Books
    James Uden, "Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing" (Ilex Foundation, 2022)

    Asian Review of Books

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 44:53


    On February 1st, 1936, Begum Hasrat Mohani, famed Indian writer and independence activist, sends the first of several letters to her daughter. She's traveling on the Hajj, passing through Iran and Iraq on her way to Mecca. Along the way, she writes to her daughter, noting the sights and sounds she experiences on her pilgrimage–and give us a glimpse into a different kind of travel writing, from a different kind of travel writer. Those letters are the subject of Daniel Majchrowicz's chapter in Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing (Ilex Foundation: 2022), edited by James Uden. The book covers travel writing by women, mostly in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as they travel through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Both James and Daniel join us today to talk about their book, and their respective chapters. In this interview, we talk about what makes these examples of travel writing so interesting, and what the genre of travel writing means today after two years of travel restrictions. James Uden is Associate Professor of Classical Studies at Boston University.researches and writes about Latin literature and the transformation of ancient ideas in later eras, especially the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He has published essays on a broad range of topics, including Catullus, Virgil, love elegy, travel literature, and ancient fable. His first book, The Invisible Satirist: Juvenal and Second-Century Rome (Oxford University Press: 2014), offers a new interpretation of the poems of Juvenal, showing how these texts responded to changing conceptions of Roman identity and contemporary trends in Greek rhetoric and philosophy. His second book, Spectres of Antiquity: Classical Literature and the Gothic, 1740-1830 (Oxford University Press: 2020) explores the work of British and American novelists of the eighteenth century. Daniel Majchrowicz is Assistant Professor of South Asian Literature and Culture at Northwestern University. His research considers the history and culture of Muslims and Islam in South Asia with an emphasis on Urdu literature, travel writing, popular culture, and language politics. He is a translator from Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, and Persian, and currently the director of the South Asia Research Forum. Daniel is also an editor of the forthcoming Three Centuries of Travel Writing by Muslim Women (Indiana University Press: 2022) You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing. Follow on Facebook or on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at@nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/asian-review

    New Books in Literary Studies
    James Uden, "Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing" (Ilex Foundation, 2022)

    New Books in Literary Studies

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 44:53


    On February 1st, 1936, Begum Hasrat Mohani, famed Indian writer and independence activist, sends the first of several letters to her daughter. She's traveling on the Hajj, passing through Iran and Iraq on her way to Mecca. Along the way, she writes to her daughter, noting the sights and sounds she experiences on her pilgrimage–and give us a glimpse into a different kind of travel writing, from a different kind of travel writer. Those letters are the subject of Daniel Majchrowicz's chapter in Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing (Ilex Foundation: 2022), edited by James Uden. The book covers travel writing by women, mostly in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as they travel through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Both James and Daniel join us today to talk about their book, and their respective chapters. In this interview, we talk about what makes these examples of travel writing so interesting, and what the genre of travel writing means today after two years of travel restrictions. James Uden is Associate Professor of Classical Studies at Boston University.researches and writes about Latin literature and the transformation of ancient ideas in later eras, especially the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He has published essays on a broad range of topics, including Catullus, Virgil, love elegy, travel literature, and ancient fable. His first book, The Invisible Satirist: Juvenal and Second-Century Rome (Oxford University Press: 2014), offers a new interpretation of the poems of Juvenal, showing how these texts responded to changing conceptions of Roman identity and contemporary trends in Greek rhetoric and philosophy. His second book, Spectres of Antiquity: Classical Literature and the Gothic, 1740-1830 (Oxford University Press: 2020) explores the work of British and American novelists of the eighteenth century. Daniel Majchrowicz is Assistant Professor of South Asian Literature and Culture at Northwestern University. His research considers the history and culture of Muslims and Islam in South Asia with an emphasis on Urdu literature, travel writing, popular culture, and language politics. He is a translator from Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, and Persian, and currently the director of the South Asia Research Forum. Daniel is also an editor of the forthcoming Three Centuries of Travel Writing by Muslim Women (Indiana University Press: 2022) You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing. Follow on Facebook or on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at@nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

    New Books Network
    James Uden, "Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing" (Ilex Foundation, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 44:53


    On February 1st, 1936, Begum Hasrat Mohani, famed Indian writer and independence activist, sends the first of several letters to her daughter. She's traveling on the Hajj, passing through Iran and Iraq on her way to Mecca. Along the way, she writes to her daughter, noting the sights and sounds she experiences on her pilgrimage–and give us a glimpse into a different kind of travel writing, from a different kind of travel writer. Those letters are the subject of Daniel Majchrowicz's chapter in Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing (Ilex Foundation: 2022), edited by James Uden. The book covers travel writing by women, mostly in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as they travel through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Both James and Daniel join us today to talk about their book, and their respective chapters. In this interview, we talk about what makes these examples of travel writing so interesting, and what the genre of travel writing means today after two years of travel restrictions. James Uden is Associate Professor of Classical Studies at Boston University.researches and writes about Latin literature and the transformation of ancient ideas in later eras, especially the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He has published essays on a broad range of topics, including Catullus, Virgil, love elegy, travel literature, and ancient fable. His first book, The Invisible Satirist: Juvenal and Second-Century Rome (Oxford University Press: 2014), offers a new interpretation of the poems of Juvenal, showing how these texts responded to changing conceptions of Roman identity and contemporary trends in Greek rhetoric and philosophy. His second book, Spectres of Antiquity: Classical Literature and the Gothic, 1740-1830 (Oxford University Press: 2020) explores the work of British and American novelists of the eighteenth century. Daniel Majchrowicz is Assistant Professor of South Asian Literature and Culture at Northwestern University. His research considers the history and culture of Muslims and Islam in South Asia with an emphasis on Urdu literature, travel writing, popular culture, and language politics. He is a translator from Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, and Persian, and currently the director of the South Asia Research Forum. Daniel is also an editor of the forthcoming Three Centuries of Travel Writing by Muslim Women (Indiana University Press: 2022) You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing. Follow on Facebook or on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at@nickrigordon. 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
    James Uden, "Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing" (Ilex Foundation, 2022)

    New Books in History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 44:53


    On February 1st, 1936, Begum Hasrat Mohani, famed Indian writer and independence activist, sends the first of several letters to her daughter. She's traveling on the Hajj, passing through Iran and Iraq on her way to Mecca. Along the way, she writes to her daughter, noting the sights and sounds she experiences on her pilgrimage–and give us a glimpse into a different kind of travel writing, from a different kind of travel writer. Those letters are the subject of Daniel Majchrowicz's chapter in Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing (Ilex Foundation: 2022), edited by James Uden. The book covers travel writing by women, mostly in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as they travel through Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Both James and Daniel join us today to talk about their book, and their respective chapters. In this interview, we talk about what makes these examples of travel writing so interesting, and what the genre of travel writing means today after two years of travel restrictions. James Uden is Associate Professor of Classical Studies at Boston University.researches and writes about Latin literature and the transformation of ancient ideas in later eras, especially the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He has published essays on a broad range of topics, including Catullus, Virgil, love elegy, travel literature, and ancient fable. His first book, The Invisible Satirist: Juvenal and Second-Century Rome (Oxford University Press: 2014), offers a new interpretation of the poems of Juvenal, showing how these texts responded to changing conceptions of Roman identity and contemporary trends in Greek rhetoric and philosophy. His second book, Spectres of Antiquity: Classical Literature and the Gothic, 1740-1830 (Oxford University Press: 2020) explores the work of British and American novelists of the eighteenth century. Daniel Majchrowicz is Assistant Professor of South Asian Literature and Culture at Northwestern University. His research considers the history and culture of Muslims and Islam in South Asia with an emphasis on Urdu literature, travel writing, popular culture, and language politics. He is a translator from Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi, and Persian, and currently the director of the South Asia Research Forum. Daniel is also an editor of the forthcoming Three Centuries of Travel Writing by Muslim Women (Indiana University Press: 2022) You can find more reviews, excerpts, interviews, and essays at The Asian Review of Books, including its review of Worlds of Knowledge in Women's Travel Writing. Follow on Facebook or on Twitter at @BookReviewsAsia. Nicholas Gordon is an associate editor for a global magazine, and a reviewer for the Asian Review of Books. He can be found on Twitter at@nickrigordon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

    Humans of Music
    Chris Cheney (The Living End)

    Humans of Music

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 58:37


    The Living End frontman Chris Cheney releases his debut solo album, The Storm Before The Calm, on June 17. Worlds away from the bombast of The Living End, the record took years to make, during which Chris's life veered dangerously out of control, as he talks about in this interview. He also talks about discovering music and learning to play guitar as a kid, breaking big with The Living End, and loads more.

    Soonish
    Strange Newt Worlds

    Soonish

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 60:12


    This week we're featuring a conversation with Ian Coss, co-creator of Newts, a wild new six-part musical audio drama from PRX and the fiction podcast The Truth. The show is inspired by the writings of the Czech journalist and science fiction pioneer Karel Čapek. He's best known for coining the  word "robot" in his 1920 play Rossum's Universal Robots, or R.U.R—but his less famous 1936 novel War with the Newts is actually a funnier, weirder, and more biting reflection of politics and social affairs in the first half of the twentieth century.  It's also a sprawling, jumbled, irreverent story that turns out to be perfect material for an adaption like Newts. In the show, Ian and  his collaborator Sam Jay Gold have taken Čapek's speculative story about how humanity might deal with the appearance of a second intelligent, speaking, tool-using species on Earth and added wealth of new layers, not the least of which is a catchy Beach-Boys-inspired musical score. It's hard to describe in just a few words, but if you listen to the series (and our interview with Ian), you might just come away with a new perspective on the nature of our relationships with other animals; on the human species' alternately tender and warlike instincts; and on Karel Čapek's underappreciated contributions to 20th-century literature.Newts launched on June 7, and you can hear it at newtspod.com wherever you get your podcasts. For a transcript of this episode and additional information about Newts, visit http://www.soonishpodcast.org/508-strange-newt-worldsPacific newt photograph by Connor Long, shared under a CC BY-SA license.NotesA special thank you to Ian Coss for spending time with Soonish and providing all of the music and sound effects files used in the episode.The Soonish opening theme is by Graham Gordon Ramsay.If you enjoy Soonish, please rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts. Every additional rating makes it easier for other listeners to find the show.Listener support is the rocket fuel that keeps our little ship going! You can pitch in with a per-episode donation at patreon.com/soonish.Follow us on Twitter and get the latest updates about the show in our email newsletter, Signals from Soonish.

    Dermot & Dave
    Is This The Worlds Strangest Laugh?

    Dermot & Dave

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 6:05


    Do you know what 55555 stands for? This week we cover all the different ways people says haha around the world. You'll be in for a shock with some of these.

    Star Trek Universe Podcast
    Strange New Worlds 1x06 - "Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach" Review

    Star Trek Universe Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 38:23


    Dave didn't understand it for a minute, y'all. Dave got fooled by the red herrings. He'll never live this one down, y'all. But talk about stakes! This time we're talking about Star Trek: Strange New Worlds 1x06, "Lift Us Where Suffering Cannot Reach". And it's a dark one.

    Chalked Cast
    Chalked Cast #9 - Minor Regions at Worlds, Bates Questionable Top 5, London Major Round 1 Predictions

    Chalked Cast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 114:05


    Rizzo & Johnnyboi chills w/ Dazerin, TBates, Mateus, & Slayer

    Qiological Podcast
    Bridging Worlds, Shamanism and Clinical Practice • Sean Fox • Qi256 essential qi

    Qiological Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 8:55


    Our medicine is rooted in the understanding that mind, body, and spirit are integral parts of the whole – reflective of each other and inseparable in human experience.. The tools and perspectives of East Asian medicine invite us to attend to holistically healing mind-body-spirit by mediating between worlds with focused intent. We at times journey beyond the veils of rationality and time—navigating between the seen and unseen, ancient wisdom and modern technology, the ordinary and non-ordinary reality, the magical and scientific. This therapeutic bridge between the irrational-mystic and rational-material may seem novel to mainstream Western thinking, but it has long been understood by indigenous people through shamanism. In this conversation with Sean Fox, we traverse the world of shamanism and how it connects with our work in the clinic. How it can be a bridge between time and reality. We explore how we can use physical sensing and guidance from non-ordinary reality to intentionally set up spaces for healing. We also touch on the role of the fascia network in Chinese medicine, the connective threads of synchronicity, the power of voice, and cultivating trust in our practice. Listen into this discussion on shamanism and facilitating space for the harmonious interaction of body, mind, and spirit by walking between worlds.

    Hashtag History
    EP 101: The 1938 War of the Worlds Radio Broadcast

    Hashtag History

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 46:15


    Welcome back for Season Eleven! This week on Hashtag History, we are discussing War of the Worlds. And not necessarily the novel, The War of the Worlds, written by H.G. Wells, which is about aliens from Mars invading the Earth. No, more specifically, we are discussing an incident that occurred the day before Halloween in 1938 when actor Orson Welles (no relation to author H.G. Wells) read aloud an adaptation of The War of the Worlds on live radio. Innocent enough, right? HOWEVER, Welles delivered this adaptation of the story in a “breaking-news”, news-reporting alert type method. So when he told of Martians landing on Earth, Americans took him seriously. When this radio program - in the style of a news broadcast - played audio from people who appeared to be live witnesses to aliens landing on the Earth and using a heat ray to burn up American citizens, listeners went nuts. Americans became so alarmed that the results of this broadcast led to traffic jams, an outrageous amount of calls to local law enforcement, and a significant fleeing from the site of the alleged invasion, New Jersey. Following the incident, when it was realized that this had all just been a fictional tale (that all of these witnesses had actually been paid actors), there was complete outrage directed at the radio program for what many perceived to be a deceptive delivery of the tale of the War of the Worlds. It is worth noting though that more modern historians believe that this was not quite as large-scale as was originally reported. Many believe now that the mass hysteria resulting from this incident was actually grossly exaggerated by the media. But regardless, this whole thing - however big or small - was a hot mess. Follow Hashtag History on Instagram @hashtaghistory_podcast for all of the pictures mentioned in this episode. Citations for all sources can be located on our website at www.HashtagHistory-Pod.com. You can also check out our website for super cute merch! You can now sponsor a cocktail and get a shout-out on air! Just head to www.buymeacoffee.com/hashtaghistory or head to the Support tab on our website! You can locate us on www.Patreon.com/hashtaghistory where you can donate $1 a month to our Books and Booze Supply. All of your support goes a long ways and we are endlessly grateful! To show our gratitude, all Patreon Supporters receive an automatic 15% OFF all merchandise in our merchandise store, bonus Hashtag Hangouts episodes, a shoutout on social media, and stickers! Check out Macy's delicious wine here → https://glnk.io/rpln/hashtaghistory-podcast #macyswineshop THANKS FOR LISTENING!

    The Chris Voss Show
    The Chris Voss Show Podcast – The Secret Life of Secrets: How Our Inner Worlds Shape Well-Being, Relationships, and Who We Are by Michael Slepian

    The Chris Voss Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 25:16


    The Secret Life of Secrets: How Our Inner Worlds Shape Well-Being, Relationships, and Who We Are by Michael Slepian Think of a secret that you're keeping from others. It shouldn't take long; behavioral scientist Michael Slepian finds that, on average, we are keeping as many as thirteen secrets at any given time. His research involving more than 50,000 participants from around the world shows that the most common secrets include lies we've told, ambitions, addictions, mental health challenges, hidden relationships, and financial struggles. Our secrets can weigh heavily upon us. Yet the burden of secrecy, Slepian argues, rarely stems from the work it takes to keep a secret hidden. Rather, the weight of our secrets comes from carrying them alone, without the support of others. Whether we are motivated to protect our reputation, a relationship, a loved one's feelings, or some personal or professional goal, one thing is clear: Holding back some part of our inner world is often lonely and isolating. But The Secret Life of Secrets shows you that it doesn't have to be. Filled with fresh insight into one of the most universal—yet least understood—aspects of human behavior, The Secret Life of Secrets sheds a fascinating new light on questions like: At what age do children develop the cognitive capacity for secrecy? Do all secrets come with the same mental load? How can we reconcile our secrets with our human desires to relate, connect, and be known? When should we confess our secrets? Who makes for the ideal confidant? And can keeping certain types of secrets actually enhance our well-being? Drawing on over a decade of original research, The Secret Life of Secrets reveals the surprising ways that secrets pervade our lives, and offers science-based strategies that make them easier to live with. The result is a rare window into the inner workings of our minds, our relationships, and our sense of who we are.

    International Writers Association Podcast
    Episode 174: Episode 174 - Luame

    International Writers Association Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 22:33


    Robert chats with author, blogger, podcaster, youtuber and life coach Luame about her book, "Between two Worlds" and all of the other interesting aspects of her life.

    Tuned to Yesterday
    6/13/22 11pm Tuned to Yesterday

    Tuned to Yesterday

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 51:59


    Science Fiction: Lux Radio Theater “The War of the Worlds” 2/8/55 NBC/AFRS.

    Wrench Nation - Car Talk Radio Show
    #258 One of The Worlds Oldest Ferrari’s : Ed Williman

    Wrench Nation - Car Talk Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 55:20


    Car Mechanic, Collector & History Preservationist Ed Willimann | Owner of Historic Ferrari Platforms & Vintage Collection Ed Willimann -Prescott AZ vehicle collector and enthusiast is preserving history in a very special way with an incredible collection over the years of vintage Ferrari's & more !  Ed stops by the Wrench Nation show to discuss his history as a Navy Veteran, the great journey behind seeking out the Ferrari 125 ,and the storied history of the legendary Enzo Ferrari Scuderia early years !   

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano
    BFT Show: Carter Bahns, Jon Wilner

    Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 137:40


    John Canzano spends the show talking about a bulk of transfer quarterbacks in the Pac-12, Oregon State Baseball in the Super Regionals, and the upcoming Worlds of Sport event. Canzano welcomes on Carter Bahns of Beaver Blitz to talk OSU Baseball as the team battles in the Super Regional. He also brings on Jon Wilner to discuss all things Pac-12 Football. Per usual, we play the 5@5, Big Splash, and Punch It Audio. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. And tune in to the BFT with John Canzano live every weekday from 3-6 p.m. on 750 The Game! Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter

    The Unfinished Print
    Rebecca Salter - Printmaker: Skilled Unknowing

    The Unfinished Print

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 56:32


    On this episode of The Unfinished Print it is with honour, and great pleasure that I am able to present to you, my interview, with British  artist Rebecca Salter. We speak on her mokuhanga, her own work and work produced together with the Satō woodblock workshop in Kyōto. We discuss where Rebecca believes mokuhanga has gone since writing her book, Japanese Woodblock Printing (2001), a book which constantly inspires me in my own work. This book helps me to understand, what has felt at times to be such an esoteric and complicated art form, just a little bit more.  Please follow The Unfinished Print and my own mokuhanga work on Instagram @andrezadoroznyprints Twitter @unfinishedprint, or email me at theunfinishedprint@gmail.com Notes: may contain a hyperlink. Simply click on the highlighted word or phrase. Rebecca Salter - website, interviews with Royal Academy, 1 and 2. University of West England - once called Bristol Polytechnic, is a public research University located in Bristol, England. British Museum - is a public museum, located in London, England, and is focused on human history, arts and culture. It was established in 1753.  Kyoto City University of Arts - is a public university of the arts located in Kyōto, Japan, and was established in 1880. lithography - is a printing process which requires a stone or aluminum plate, and was invented in the 18th Century. More info, here from the Tate.  screen printing - also called, serigraphy, is a method of printing by using stencils and forcing the ink through a screen onto paper, or other fabric. More info, here. Akira Kurosaki 黒崎彰 (1937-2019) - one of the most influential woodblock print artists of the modern era. His work, while seemingly abstract, moved people with its vibrant colour and powerful composition. He was a teacher and invented the “Disc Baren,” which is a great baren to begin your mokuhanga journey with. At the 2021 Mokuhanga Conference in Nara, Japan there was a tribute exhibit of his life works. Azusa Gallery has a nice selection of his work, here. intaglio printmaking - is a style of printmaking, the opposite of relief printmaking, where scratches are made with a burin on the plate (copper, zinc, aluminum) and then dipped in acid. Ink and pigment is rubbed on with a brayer, brushes, etc. More info can be found, here.    scrolls - called kakemono 掛物 or emakimono 絵巻物  in Japanese. These scrolls contain many different types of themes and subjects. More info can be found, here. monoprint - is a print made from a re-printable block, such as wood, or an etched plate. It is usually a one and done type of printing with only one print being made. blue and white Japanese ceramics - are ceramics made for the Japanese market. Originally imported into Japan in the 17th Century from China, local Japanese ceramists from northern and southern Japan began locally producing ceramics. As trading with the Dutch escalated more porcelain wares were being imported from Europe into the Japanese port of Imari. Imari became the word to describe these types of blue and white ceramics.  Genji Monogatari emaki - is an elaborate scroll produced in 12th Century, Japan. It is based on the famous Tale of Genji, a tale written in the 11th Century and is attributed to Murasaki Shikibu (around 973-1014). You can find images of this scroll, here.  Edo Culture - the Edo Period of Japan (1603-1868) was a period of peace and prosperity for the Japanese military government, or bakufu. Led by the Tokugawa family, Edo period culture flourished in theatre, literature, and the arts. For a fantastic book on the subject please seek out, Edo Culture: Daily Life and Diversions of Urban Japan by Kazuo Nishiyama (trans. Gerald Groemer) and Edo Kabuki in Transition: From the Worlds of the Samurai to the Vengeful Ghost by Satoko Shimazaki.  Edo v. Kyōto Kabuki - kabuki theatre is a bombastic and powerful theatre from Japan. In its long history it has been generally attributed to both  Edo (Tōkyō) and Kyōto.  Edo kabuki is called aragoto kabuki and Kyōto kabuki is called wagoto kabuki. Aragoto kabuki is generally very loud and external, whereas Kyōto kabuki is more understated and gentle.  Satō woodblock workshop - is a traditional Japanese woodblock production house based in Kyōto, Japan. Here is an article from The Journal of Modern Craft with Rebecca Salter regarding this workshop.  Japanese woodblock of the 1950's and 1960's - post-war Japan was growing at an exponential rate, and this was true for the Japanese woodblock print. As the sōsaku-hanga movement began to out last the shin-hanga of the 1920's in terms of production, where most people could produce prints on their own,  American scholars , Oliver Statler (1915-2000), and James Michener (1907-1997), helped catalogue and document the burgeoning Japanese woodblock print movement through their books, The Floating World (1954), by Michener, and Modern Japanese Prints: An Art Reborn (1956) by Statler, for a Western audience. Along with the Western art scene and the 1951 São Paulo Art Biennial, Japanese woodblock prints began to be respected as a stand alone piece of fine art.  kozo paper -  is paper made from mulberry bark and is commonly used in woodblock printmaking, and cloth.  Echizen, Fukui - is a city located tin the prefecture of Fukui. The paper produced from this region is kozo, mitsumata, and gampi.  More information can be found from the website of Echizen Washi Village. Mosquito net technique - is a technique in ukiyo-e, and can of course be reproduced by the modern mokuhanga practitioner, where very fine lines are carved on two wood blocks and, when printed together, create the image of slight, thin netting. Rebecca Salter details this technique in her book, Japanese Woodblock Printing (2001)   Yale Center for British Art - located in New Haven, Connecticut, the YCBA is dedicated to British art of all types.  Louise Caan - is a British architect and teacher based in Oxford where she teaches architecture at the Oxford Brookes School of Architecture.  urushi zuri - is a technique which is used in traditional Japanese woodblock and mokuhanga, where pigment is mixed with nikawa (animal glue), and printed to enhance the enjoyment of the print. Usually seen in black hair, or garments represented in the print.  Japanese museums dedicated to Japanese woodblock -  if you are visiting Japan and are interested in the Japanese woodblock print you are spoiled for choice. This list is definitely not complete so I would advise doing some research for local museums which may be open in different parts of Japan you may be visiting. This list is a mix of museums dedicated specifically to the woodblock print, or museums dedicated to woodblock print artisans.  Finally, check online for larger art museums , galleries, and department stores, in the area that you're visiting to see whether they are having any shows dedicated to woodblock print artists, genres, etc. while you're there. I've added hyper-links. The Japan Ukiyo-e Museum  - Matsumoto, Nagano Sumida Hokusai Museum - Ryogoku, Tōkyō Ōta Memorial Museum of Art -  Harajukiu/Omotesando, Tōkyō Tokaidō Hiroshige Museum - Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Hokusai Museum - Obuse, Nagano Kamigata Ukiyo-e Museum -  Ōsaka CIty, Ōsaka Nakagawa Batō Hiroshige Museum - Nakagawa, Tōchigi Kawanabe Kyōsai Museum - Warabi, Saitama Naoko Matsubara - is a Japanese/Canadian contemporary artist, and sculptor, who lives and works in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.  She has focused much of her artistic life on making mokuhanga and has gained critical acclaim for it. My interview with Naoko Matsubara can be found, here.  Katsutoshi Yuasa - is a Japanese contemporary artist, and sculptor, who works predominantly in mokuhanga. He has  produced an incredible mount of work. My interview with Katsu can be found, here.  Brook Andrew - is an Australian contemporary artist who has shown internationally.  Ukiyo-e Censorship - the military Tokugawa government (bakufu) was not happy about being criticized. Ukiyo-e prints often lampooned authority with their imagery. Other artistic pursuits in Japan at the time, such as kabuki theatre, did the same. In ukiyo-e and Tokugawa history there were “reforms” which the bakufu created in order to stem this type of criticism. The Ehon Taikōki of 1804, which focused on woodblock prints and poetry, and The Tempo Reforms of 1841/42 that focused on actor prints, the manufacturing of woodblock prints,  and their price, to name just a few reasons.  William Evertson - is an American woodblock printmaker and sculptor based in Connecticut, USA, who's themes focus on the politics and process of The United States.   Annie Bissett - is an American mokuhanga printmaker based in Rhode Island, USA. She explores American life, past and present,  sexuality, and the esoteric through her prints. My interview with Annie Bissett can be found, here.  Paul Binnie - is a Scottish mokuhanga printmaker and painter, based in San Diego, USA. Having lived and worked in Japan in the 1990's, studying at the Yoshida atelier while there, Paul has successfully continued to make mokuhanga and his paintings.  Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition - is a summer exhibition held at the Royal Academy in London, England. It is an open submission, one which started in 1769, showcasing all types of artistic mediums.  余韻 - (yoin) - is a Japanese word which means “lingering memory.” The Lake District - is an area in North West of England which has numerous mountains, lakes, and a National Park. It has been an inspiration for many artists, writers, and actors for years. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  © Popular Wheat Productions opening and closing credit music - Cut/Copy - Rendevous from the album, I Thought of Numbers (2001) logo designed and produced by Douglas Batchelor and André Zadorozny  Disclaimer: Please do not reproduce or use anything from this podcast without shooting me an email and getting my express written or verbal consent. I'm friendly :) Слава Україну If you find any issue with something in the show notes please let me know. ***The opinions expressed by guests in The Unfinished Print podcast are not necessarily those of André Zadorozny and of Popular Wheat Productions.***      

    Jesus Has Left the Building
    Words Shape Worlds

    Jesus Has Left the Building

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 36:43


    Our guest for Episode six is M Barclay, the director and co-founder of Enfleshed. Enfleshed is one of our favorite resources for liturgy, prayers, and other words, because of the focus on collective liberation. In this episode, Words Shape Worlds, we spend a lot of time discussing deconstruction and the ways we can reconstruct through fostering interconnection.

    Absurd Hypotheticals
    Episode 172: Why did Tom Cruise replace his eyes in Minority Report?

    Absurd Hypotheticals

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 42:36


    Support Us On Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/absurdhypotheticals Review Our Podcast: https://ratethispodcast.com/absurdhype Business Inquiries: absurdhypotheticals@gmail.comOn this episode of Absurd Hypotheticals, Marcus Lehner, Chris Yee, and Ben Storms talk about Tom Cruise movies! Time Stamps 00:00:00 - Intro 00:02:08 - Ben's Answer - Top Gun 00:15:00 - Marcus's Answer - War of the Worlds 00:25:40 - Chris's Answer - Minority Report 00:34:49 - Would you rather: slow down time OR speed up time? 00:40:30 - Outro Send us questions to answer on the show at: absurdhypotheticals@gmail.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/absurdhypothetipals Twitter: @absurdhype

    In House Warrior
    Other People's Money – The Rise of Fraud in the Crypto & NFT Worlds With Erwin Shustak, Managing Partner of Shustak Reynolds & Partners With Host Richard Levick of LEVICK

    In House Warrior

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 39:52


    Other People's Money – The Rise of Fraud in the Crypto & NFT Worlds With Erwin Shustak, Managing Partner of Shustak Reynolds & Partners With Host Richard Levick of LEVICK: Erwin Shustak, founder and Managing Partner of Shustak Reynolds & Partners, who for more than 30 years served as an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) joins host Richard Levick of LEVICK to discuss the rise of fraud in new investment vehicles such as crypto currencies and NFTs. Erwin discusses the surprisingly high rate of broker bankruptcies, Ponzi schemes and industry dishonesty which is far more pervasive than people would want to believe. People spend more time doing due diligence on a restaurant than they do on an investment advisor, all in the hopes of getting rich quickly. The psychology of these scams is so powerful that even after people have been defrauded, they often cannot come to terms with the fact that the person they trusted has taken their money. Fool me once? Fool me again.

    Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast
    Claire Curzan Fine-tuning Details in Croatia for Busy Worlds Schedule in Budapest

    Fish Out of Water: The SwimSwam Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 14:13


    We sat down with 2020 Olympic medalist Claire Curzan, who is currently with Team USA at their world champs prep camp in Croatia. Curzan gushed about how nice the location is, noting the food and people were both on another level. She also spoke to her preparation as she heads into this world champs with 4 individual events (plus relays) to tackle over the course of the 8-day meet. SWIMSWAM PODCAST LINKS Click here to listen and subscribe on Spotify Click here to listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts Click here to listen and subscribe on Podbean Click here to listen and subscribe on Google Click here to listen and subscribe on YouTube Click here to listen and subscribe on Listen Notes Click here to listen and subscribe on Stitcher Click here to listen and subscribe on iHeartRadio Click here to listen and subscribe on Amazon Click here to listen and subscribe on Pandora

    This Week @ C3
    Worlds Within Worlds: A Mythic Imagination of Being with Kent Dobson

    This Week @ C3

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 41:11


    Kent Dobson continues our focus on Well Being in the series Be of Value with his talk about Worlds Within Worlds: A Mythic Imagination of Being.

    Writers of the Future Podcast
    177. Martin Shoemaker on Kickstarter book publishing strategies

    Writers of the Future Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 69:36


    Martin L. Shoemaker, a winner in Writers of the Future Volume 31, announces a new book, "Ulla," based on "The War of the Worlds" storyline, and the use of Kickstarter to help with the book's release. Reach Martin at https://shoemaker.space/

    The No Name RC Podcast
    Show #193 The No Name RC Podcast Southern Nationals & IFMAR Worlds Warm Up Race Recaps & Barry Baker Meets Max

    The No Name RC Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 182:44


    #southernnats #worldswarmup #barrysson   What's going on in the RC world!!!! It's Friday and that means It's Podcast day!     We haven't done a 3 hour pod in a while but when Barry Baker Shows up we chat and do not have Time limits !!!.    Max and lefty go over the Southern Nats and answer your Beach RC Bench Racing Q&A questions.    JQ Max and I go over the IFMAR Worlds Warm ups then Barry joins us and confronts his nemesis Max aka Barry's Son    We can't thank you all enough. Please keep commenting, liking , sharing reviews and hoit thoat Sub and Notification button on YOUTUBE FOR US PLEASE!!!!!    None of this is possible without you guys having a great and safe weekend of racing !!   NNRC YouTube : www.youtube.com/c/TheNoNameRCPodcast   Beach RC Affiliate Can you please show Beach RC some love and the Podcast love by using our Affiliate link here : https://www.beachrc.com?aff=327   NNRC Discord Please join us in our Discord server to chat more RC : https://discord.gg/2dkeAbNCwe    !!!!!!NNRC Squad Thank you guys for the continued support around the world !!!!!!!   Patrons of The NNRC Thank you guys for the extra support. We can't do this without you guys so we appreciate the extra support! Follow the NNRC here: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/NNRCPodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheNoNameRCPodcast Website - http://nnrcpodcast.com/ Instagram - @thenonamercpodcast TikTok - @thenonamercpc  Email - thenonamercpc@gmail.com YouTube - www.youtube.com/c/TheNoNameRCPodcast House of RC - https://houseofrc.com/organizations/105 LinkTree - https://linktr.ee/TheNoNameRCPodcast   Thank you to the companies that support the NNRC:   Online Setup Course/Book and Set Up App InvisibleSpeed Online Course & Book - https://invisiblespeed.net/ So Dialed Set - Up App - https://www.sodialed.com/   NItro Fuel  TNR Fuels - Nitro Fuel - https://www.tnrfuels.com/   Servos And Chargers Hitec RCD - Servos and Chargers - https://www.hitecrcd.com/    RDX 2 Pro Charger https://hitecrcd.com/products/chargers/acdc-chargers/rdx2-pro-high-power-dual-port-acdc-charger/product 9381TH Servo  https://hitecrcd.com/products/servos/digital/brushless-digital/hsb-9381th/product   Hobby Shop Beach RC - Hobby Shop - https://www.beachrc.com?/aff=327-Beach   1/8th Buggy & Truggies Mayako 1/8th Racing Buggies & Truggies - https://shop.mayako.com/-Mayako Tekno RC - 1/8th Racing Buggies & Truggies  - https://www.teknorc.com   RC Tires Lugz Racing Tires (coupon Code NNRCLUGZ to save $$) https://www.lugzracing.com/   Racing Batteries 1s 2s 4s  Supadow USA  shop.sunpadowusa.com Charge Leads  G Spec RC Tuning Custom Charge Leads (save 10% with code LEFTY10) https://g-specrctuning.com/   RC Accessories Klinik RC - https://klinikrc.com/   Tire Sauce Papa Willys Traxion Tonic cures poor traction! (save 10% use code NNRC) https://papawillys.net   Get Pitted with the Command Module RaceCraft USA (save 10% with code NNRCSQUAD) https://www.racecraft-usa.com   RC Community House of RC -  join the fastest growing online community. https://houseofrc.com/   RCGP World Series of RC  The First Ever World series of RC Racing  RCGP Youtube -https://youtu.be/mLzlVF8VFo8 Website - https://www.rc-gp.com/   Jared Tebo's Shop JTPRC Teebs shop check out his engines, servos and oils - https://www.shopjtp.com/   David Ronnefalk's Shop The Vikings online shop - https://ronnefalkracing.com/   Alexander HagBerg's YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY51le0eT4tDmOgtZiAqFsg   Max Mort's YouTube  - https://www.youtube.com/c/MaxM%C3%B6rt   JQ's YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/JQRacingTV   RC Kevin's Facebook - - https://www.facebook.com/rckevin24

    Strange Magic Podcast
    BTW 67: Your Higher Self Has a Message for You with Bunny Michael

    Strange Magic Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 84:24


    Today we chat with Bunny Michael, a multi-disciplinary artist, spiritual coach and guide, who helps us access our higher self. You'll know them from their inspirational and hugely popular IG memes and juicy podcast, XOHigher Self. In this episode we discuss what Bunny means by that term higher self (in witchcraft it's often referred to as the deep self). We discuss finding our true worth, and how tarot and magic can help us do that. We go into how Bunny pulled herself out of a break up doom spiral and into IG stardom by making artwork that truly means something to people, and how you can do that too. We know you're going to love it. Can't wait to hear what you think!To leave a review of the podcast on iTunes, open your Apple Podcasts APP and scroll down to the comments. Or you can try to click this link (sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't depending on your set up).Find us on Instagram at:Podcast: @BetweentheworldspodcastAmanda: @OracleofLACarolyn: @CarolynPennypackerRiggs FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST BUNNY MICHAEL:Bunny Michael is a spiritual coach and multi-disciplinary artist who has dedicated their work to awakening Higher Self- the manifestation of love within all humans deconditioned by the limitations of ego identity. Using writing, visual art, music, and performance Bunny has shared their Higher Self message on stages throughout the United States and Europe. What began as a viral meme series on Instagram, garnering over 200k followers, has now expanded to a popular advice podcast, XO Higher Self, and a book deal with Little Brown imprint, Voracious Books, set for publication fall 2023. Find out more about Bunny here...Website: bunnymichael.comInstagram: @BunnyMichaelPodcast: XOHIGHERSELFMerch: Get the mug and the t-shirt. *********************************COURT OF PENTACLES: FINDING YOUR GIFT WORKSHOPIf you have trouble identifying your gifts, or knowing what to do with them, this is the right workshop for you!In this 4-week workshop, we'll cover how to identify, develop, and protect your gifts, and then how to offer them to the world — all through the lens of the Court of Pentacles in tarot!THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDES:Weekly, easy, doable, downloadable PDF worksheetsPractical, achievable weekly activities you can do in less than an hour a weekInvocations, rituals, and spells galore!Journal prompts, correspondences, and keywords to help you metabolize and make use of what you learnMP3s of songs you can use anytime to access the spirit of the Court of PentaclesAnd a 1.5 hour live call to go deeper into the workFIND OUT MORE You can buy this as a one off or, get yourself the gift that keeps on giving throughout the year, and become a member of our coven where you get workshops, monthly tarot studio classes, and lots of other goodies included in the cost of membership.Become a Between the Worlds Weird Circle Subscriber, click here. ********************************** Learn More About Your Host Amanda Yates Garcia, & Buy Her BookTo order Amanda's book, "Initiated: Memoir of a Witch" CLICK HERE.To sign up for Amanda's newsletter, CLICK HERE.Amanda's InstagramAmanda's FacebookTo book an appointment with Amanda go to www.oracleoflosangeles.com ********************************* Original MUSIC by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs ********************************** MIND YOUR PRACTICE PODCASTMind Your Practice - Carolyn's  podcast with arts consultant and author of Make Your Art No Matter What, Beth Pickens - is geared towards artists and writers looking for strategies and support to build their projects and practices (plus loving pep talks).There's even a club - “Homework Club” - which offers creative people support and strategies for keeping their projects and practices a priority with monthly webinars, worksheets, live QnA's, optional accountability pods, and ACTUAL HOMEWORK (that you'll never be graded on. Ever!)You can visit MindYourPractice.com for more details or listen wherever you stream Between the Worlds. ********************************** Get in touch with sponsorship inquiries for Between the Worlds at betweentheworldspodcast@gmail.com.**CONTRIBUTORS:Amanda Yates Garcia (host) & Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs (producer, composer). The BTW logo collage was created by Maria Minnis (tinyparsnip.com / instagram.com/tinyparsnip ) with text designed by Leah Hayes.