Participación de estudiantes en el “Congreso Nacional del XXVII Verano de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica del Pacífico” #UACJ uacjradio #somosuacj Entrevista: -Juan Diego Estrada Arellano Estudiante de Licenciatura en Publicidad -Manuel Alberto Saucedo Cañas Estudiante de Licenciatura en Química -Abdiel Natan Rivas Chávez Estudiante de Licenciatura en Geoinformática - Neidelyn Andrea De la O Ley Estudiante de Licenciatura en Ingeniería Física
On this week's episode, we discuss the blockbuster trade that could make the Cavs a contender in the East. We also make our predictions for the Sunday night matchup between the Bucs and Cowboys and Kenny has a gripe with the great state of Texas! If you don't wanna hear us blabber for almost two hours, you know what to do. Thanks for tuning in! We're trying to be the best in the biz!
Daar zijn we weer! In dé voetbalhoofdstad in de wereld Buenos Aires zitten GJ Arendshorst, Joris van de Wier en Jeroen Heijink gezellig te keuvelen in het barretje El Banderín. Waar in aflevering 200 van deze podcast de opnamelocatie vol hangt met voetbalvaantjes en andere -prullaria blikken GJ en Joris samen terug op hun eerste week samen in Argentinië. Voor Joris is het ‘thuiskomen' geworden en GJ vertelt over zijn eerste indrukken en ervaringen. Waar de tips al meteen om de oren vliegen, worden ook de eerste bezochte wedstrijden besproken. Zo komt onder andere weer de haatopa van Excursionistas weer langs, stonden ze op de Popular bij San Lorenzo en zagen ze ook een pot bij Sportivo Italiano. Waar de teller bij Jeroen nog op 0 staat, staat deze bij de andere 2 heren inmiddels op 11. Ook Club Atlético Tigre, Club Almagro, Estudiantes de la Plata en Sacachispas konden afgestreept worden en was er een uitgebreid bezoekje bij Nueva Chicago één van de hoogtepunten. Talleres werd overleefd, Deportivo Riestra aangedaan én als laatste werd de heilige graal van Huracán, Estadio Tomás Adolfo Ducó, bezocht. Vragen, tips of suggesties over onze podcasts zijn altijd welkom: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello and welcome to The Rob Burgess Show. I am, of course, your host, Rob Burgess. On this our 219th episode our returning guest is Ash Burgess. You first heard Ash Burgess on Episode 16, Episode 26, Episode 27, Episode 39, Episode 58, Episode 63, Episode 77, Episode 86, Episode 91, Episode 100, Episode 124, Episode 130, Episode 136, Episode 142, Episode 143, Episode 148, Episode 151, Episode 154, Episode 165, Episode 176, Episode 184, Episode 191, Episode 196, Episode 198, Episode 203, Episode 209, Episode 214 and Episode 82, and Episode 216 which also featured regular guest Jonathan Fowler of the podcast. Ash Burgess has a dusty degree in Religious Studies and an appetite for both high and low culture. She strives to celebrate the best of every season with her young children. Follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ashburgess/ and subscribe to her YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl2Bis7mhGmekVi0ZioJFOg?app=desktop Join The Rob Burgess Show mailing list! Go to tinyletter.com/therobburgessshow and type in your email address. Then, respond to the automatic message. Also please make sure to comment, follow, like, subscribe, share, rate and review everywhere the podcast is available, including iTunes, YouTube, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Google Play Music, Twitter, Internet Archive, TuneIn, RSS, and, now, Spotify. The official website for the podcast is www.therobburgessshow.com. You can find more about me by visiting my website, www.thisburgess.com.If you have something to say, record a voice memo on your smartphone and send it to email@example.com. Include “voice memo” in the subject line of the email. Also, if you want to call or text the show for any reason, the number is: 317-674-3547.
On this episode, Marcus LosGreat, gives us what we want - what we need by providing a reaction to Anthony Joshua's complete meltdown!!! Also Leon Edwards upsets Kamara Usman!!!! Twitter of Host: @mlosgreat Twitter of Show: @glovesoffboxing Join our Patreon! Go to iesportsradio.com to learn more. #mma #boxing #podcast #UFC #caneloalvarez #floydmayweather #danawhite #ufcvegas60 #ufc278 #anthonyjoshua #gervontadavis #conormcgregor #berlanga
Rubrique:philosophies Auteur: Lecture: Christiane-JehanneDurée: 47min Fichier: 42 Mo Résumé du livre audio: Propos sur le bonheur Articles 26-39 XXVI. Hercule, 7 novembre 1922 XXVII. Vouloir, 9 mai 1909 XXVIII. Chacun a ce qu'il veut, 21 septembre 1924 XXIX. De la destinée, 3 octobre 1923 XXX. Ne pas désespérer, 24 août 1912 XXXI. Dans la grande prairie, 5 juin 1909 XXXII. Passions de voisinage, 27 décembre 1910 XXXIII. En famille, 12 juillet 1907 XXXIV. Sollicitude, 30 mai 1907 XXXV. La paix du ménage, 14 octobre 1913 XXXVI. De la vie privée, 10 septembre 1913 XXXVII. Le couple, 14 décembre 1912 XXXVIII. L'ennui, 29 janvier 1909 XXXIX. Vitesse, 2 juillet 1908 Cet enregistrement est mis à disposition sous un contrat Creative Commons.
Retired NYPD Bomb Squad Detective Steve “Ziggy” Berberich, who served in the Bomb Squad for 15 of his 20 years in the NYPD from 1987-2002, joins Mike Colón for Volume 27 of Tales From The Boom Room: Profiles of The NYPD's Arson & Explosion/Bomb Squad.In Memory Of:Detective Claude "Danny" Richards(End of Watch: September 11, 2001)Connect With Mike Colón:Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikeinnewhavenInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/original_mc1/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100080791700186LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-colon-23b3a115aBusiness Line: 917-781-6189Business Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgListen To The Podcast:iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/micd-in-new-haven/id1347647537iHeart: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-micd-in-new-haven-74906026/Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/show/mike-colons-showSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7yth6tWkA7kPAse43eJnNn?si=5y8boJBlRXOqRkIylL-KXw&nd=1PlayerFM: http://front.player.fm/series/micd-in-new-haven-2095021Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/search/mic%27d%20in%20new%20havenYouTube (Video Version): https://youtu.be/dmLkykXnXEkOutro Song: U2 - One (1992)SONG DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG. All Rights Reserved To Respective Owners.
El Frente Nacional se acabó con el final de la presidencia de Misael Pastrana el 7 de agosto de 1974, en este episodio Laura, Andres y José exploran qué significó este período en la historia de Colombia.Apóyanos en Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/randomaccesshistory Encuentra todos nuestros links aquí: https://flow.page/randomaccesshistory En este episodio escuchaste a: José Nicolas Jaramillo, Andrés Felipe Vallejo y Laura Posada.Editado por: Andrés Vallejo.Si eres una de esas personas que sí entra a las notas del episodio, te queremos mucho (●'◡'●)
References Dr. Guerra's: membrane lectures J Clin Med. 2021 Sep; 10(17): 3795 J Neuroinflammation. 2016; 13: 264. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dr-daniel-j-guerra/message
It's G-Fest versus San Diego Comic-Con. Monsters in the Midwest versus SoCal Kaiju. G-Fans versus sun tans. Our hosts discuss their recent trips to these beloved events and compare notes on all facets of the convention experience. “The Tattooed Titan of Tokusatsu” Jacob Walsh headed westward to try and tackle the biggest beast in the battle, the mecca of media news and the pinnacle of pop culture and celebrity – San Diego Comic-Con. He talks about his experience as press and thoughts on all of the huge news, reveals, and teases from Mondo, Super7, Mezco, Toho, and more. “The Mayor of Toku Toy Town” left the comforts of his soft vinyl home and ventured back to his old stomping grounds – Chicago – for a weekend of rubber suited madness! Jay enlightens us on his top moments from G-Fest – from the panels to the vendor hall, from meeting friends to meeting tokusatsu celebrities. Both provide a nice glimpse into what each of these gatherings are like – warts and all! But those weren't the only two major events over the past few weeks…Tokusatsu DNA 2022 and Wonder Festival 2022 Summer both happened in Japan and produced a kaiju-sized quantity of new toy reveals from X-Plus, Sarujirushi, PassionTank, M1, U.S.TOYS, Marusan, and many more!
Is it bad to want to serve the church and live in intentional Christian community? Why is it important to measure church traditions in terms of practice, rather than just in principle? Should Christians be taking vows, even if they have good intention like in serving the Church? Why do people often tend to put more value in our promises than in God's? Rev. A. Brian Flamme, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Roswell, NM, joins host Rev. Sean Smith to discuss monastic vows in Article XXVII in the Augsburg Confession. Find your copy of The Augsburg Confession - Concordia Reader's Edition at cph.org or read online at bookofconcord.org/augsburg-confession.
Sounds like Mark Matzke had some Godzilla-sized fun at () this year! He spent some time with Derek this week talking about his convention experience, and by the time the conversation was over, Derek bumped "Attend G-FEST" a bit higher up on his bucket list. Plus, Mark can't be stopped since he also has a Beta Capsule Review this week, and we get some kaiju-flavored Kenny with is Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland as well! (What exactly does "kaiju-flavor" taste like, anyway?) Voicemail: (360) 524-2484 Email: Monster Kid Radio's Discord Server - Monster Kid Radio on Reddit - Monster Kid Radio on Twitch! - - Monster Kid Radio on YouTube - Follow Mark MatzkeMonsteropolis - Monster Study Group - Small Town Monsters - Monster Fest - Small Town Monsters YouTube Channel (Home of SasWatch) - Monster Kid Radio Amazon Wishlist - Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - Next time on Monster Kid Radio: 1971's Octaman (dir. Harry Essex) with fellow podcaster Christopher Page, plus FEEDBACK All original content of Monster Kid Radio by is licensed under a .
On this episode RJ and Joe talk about a lot of the current events in disc golf. They talk about the MPO and FPO results of the 2022 European Open. Paige Pierce make history at this major. After falling short at USWDGC Pierce wins the European Open in a hard fought battle against Eveliina Salonen. Both the MPO and FPO were thrilling tournaments to watch. RJ and Joe also talk about the Nikko Locastro situation overshadowing the historic battle between Paul McBeth and Eagle McMahon. They summarize and discuss the situation and compare it to other sports. While this is tame compared to baseball, hockey, or basketball; the proper comparison should be to tennis or golf where this is not acceptable. Though hockey fights are pathetic when compared to UFC or boxing. Want to improve your disc golf health? https://discgolfhealthy.com Want to join the weekly league? Follow the link below and use code 3CQF https://skipace.com/join/by-uuid/099a0979-d774-48ed-a057-5d5e887d3e5d Check out the latest merch! Half in the Bag merch coming soon! https://www.joesdiscgolf.com/shop Discord Channel https://discord.gg/RpAMEJrZPC All the Links https://linktr.ee/joesdiscgolf Looking to start investing in Crypto? Signup at Coinbase using the link below and get $10USD in free Bitcoin after you buy or sell $100USD worth of ANY Crypto! https://www.coinbase.com/join/mccudd_28 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/halfinthebagdg/message
Had to share the experience! Including a Q&A panel with Tomoko Ai, star of TERROR OF MECHAGODZILLA (1975). She recounts working with Ishirō Honda and others at Toho. Thanks for listening, friends. Hopefully we see you at next year's fest! If you liked what you heard, please share with your friends --- follow the socials for more monster movie content @camp_kaiju or campkaijumoviereviews.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/camp-kaiju/support
Pancho Varona nos trae en su “Maleta de canciones”: 'Woman from Tokyo' (Deep Purple); 'Who Knows' (Jimi Hendrix), 'You‘ve Got a Friend' (Carole King) y 'Desaparecido' (Manu Chao). Escuchar audio
Conversamos con la cantante Lídia Pujol, que el próximo 23 de julio actuará en el Festival D’aquí estant veig una estrella (Desde aquí veo una estrella), que se celebra en Riudaura (Girona). En “La pantalla” de Elisenda Roca, la crítica y actualidad de la televisión y las plataformas digitales. Y despedimos el sábado disfrutando de la música que Pancho Varona nos trae en su “Maleta de canciones”. Hoy escuchamos: 'Woman from Tokyo' (Deep Purple); 'Who Knows' (Jimi Hendrix), 'You‘ve Got a Friend' (Carole King) y 'Desaparecido' (Manu Chao). Escuchar audio
Jonathan and Ryan continue their discussion of A.G. Sertillanges's marvelous The Intellectual Life. In chapters 4 -6, Sertillanges touches on, among other things, sleep, the pursuit of wisdom in everyday life, and breadth of study in service of depth. A.G. Sertillanges's The Intellectual Life: https://bookshop.org/a/25626/9780813206462Editorial Note: The mention of the “dies academicus” refers, not to our episode on Eric Voegelin (as we mistakenly said), but to our episode on Pope Benedict XVI: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/benedict-in-regensburg-faith-reason-and-the/id1570296135?i=1000542008795New Humanists is brought to you by the Ancient Language Institute: https://ancientlanguage.com/Links may have referral codes, which earn us a commission at no additional cost to you. We encourage you, when possible, to use Bookshop.org for your book purchases, an online bookstore which supports local bookstores.Music: Save Us Now by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
Episode 68 is unfortunately delayed until next week, but I didn't want to leave you without “new” content, Kaiju Lovers! Given that this weekend is G-Fest XXVII, the oldest and arguably biggest kaiju convention in North America, it was appropriate that I share the audio from the latest “Chill with Kaiju Kim” livestream. I was one of several guests who discussed the con. You'll hear me promote the five panels I'll be on, among other things. If you're on your way to the convention, this is great listening! Enjoy! Original YouTube description: “Kaiju Kim is joined by Omni Viewer, Thomas Nicol, Nathan Marchand, and Danny DiManna to discuss what's going down at G-FEST XXVII (July 15-17 2022)!” Watch the original video version on Kaiju Kim's YouTube channel. Check out Nathan's (and Travis's) spinoff podcasts, The Henshin Men and The Power Trip. We'd like to give a shout-out to our MIFV MAX patrons Travis Alexander (co-host of Kaiju Weekly); Danny DiManna (author/creator of the Godzilla Novelization Project); Eli Harris (elizilla13); Chris Cooke (host of One Cross Radio); Bex from Redeemed Otaku; Damon Noyes, The Cel Cast, TofuFury, Eric Anderson of Nerd Chapel, and Ted Williams! Thanks for your support! You, too, can join MIFV MAX on Patreon to get this and other perks starting at only $3 a month! (https://www.patreon.com/monsterislandfilmvault) Buy official MIFV merch on TeePublic! (https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-monster-island-gift-shop) This episode is approved by Cameron Winter and the Monster Island Board of Directors. Podcast Social Media: Twitter (https://twitter.com/TheMonsterIsla1) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MonsterIslandFilmVault/) Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/monsterislandfilmvault/) Follow Jimmy on Twitter: @NasaJimmy (https://twitter.com/nasajimmy?lang=en) Follow the Monster Island Board of Directors on Twitter: @MonsterIslaBOD (https://twitter.com/MonsterIslaBOD) Follow the Raymund Martin and the MIFV Legal Team on Twitter: @MIFV_LegalTeam Follow Crystal Lady Jessica on Twitter: @CystalLadyJes1 (https://twitter.com/CrystalLadyJes1) Follow Dr. Dourif on Twitter: @DrDorif (https://twitter.com/DrDoriff) www.MonsterIslandFilmVault.com #JimmyFromNASALives #MonsterIslandFilmVault #GFESTXXVII © 2022 Moonlighting Ninjas Media
En este episodio “Thor Love and Thunder” – Thor: Amor y Trueno (2022) dirigida Taika Waititi, comentamos todo el argumento, así como lo que nos gustó y además de las opiniones respectivas; además como siempre noticias y las recomendaciones de la semana.
Nuevo episodio de este coleccionable de versiones de grandes clásicos del pop y el rocknroll. Playlist; (sintonía) L84 “Shakin’ all over” (Johnny Kidd and The Pirates) THE CHORDS “Hold on I’m coming” (Sam and Dave) IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC “That’s where it’s at” (Sims Twins, Sam Cooke) THE NOMADS “I don’t need no doctor” (Nick Ashford, Ray Charles) THE MAHARAJAS “For your love” (The Yardbirds) TOM PETTY and THE HEARTBREAKERS “Don’t bring me down” (The Animals) SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS “Happy Jack” (The Who) WILLIE and THE POOR BOYS “She never can tell” (Chuck Berry) ROY LONEY “Return to sender” (Elvis) GO TO BLAZES “Yesterday’s numbers” (The Flamin Groovies) THE COAL PORTERS “Ohio” (Crosby, Still, Nash and Young) THE BELLFURIES “When my little girl is smiling” (The Drifters) YOUNG FRESH FELLOWS “I wonder what she’s doing tonight” (Boyce and Hart) THE ACT-UP’S “Baby’s on fire” (Brian Eno) Escuchar audio
Readings* Psalm 2* Psalm 78* Judges 2:6–23* Acts 13:13–41* Augsburg Confession, XXVII, 44–62ReaderCorey J. MahlerCopyright NoticesUnless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are from the Holy Bible, English Standard Version®, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.Unless otherwise indicated, all quotations from the Lutheran Confessions are from Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions, copyright © 2005, 2006 by Concordia Publishing House. Used by permission. All rights reserved. To purchase a copy of Concordia, call 800-325-3040.Support the show
Readings* Psalm 100* Psalm 5* Joshua 24:1–31* Acts 13:1–12* Augsburg Confession, XXVII, 24–43ReaderCorey J. MahlerCopyright NoticesUnless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are from the Holy Bible, English Standard Version®, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.Unless otherwise indicated, all quotations from the Lutheran Confessions are from Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions, copyright © 2005, 2006 by Concordia Publishing House. Used by permission. All rights reserved. To purchase a copy of Concordia, call 800-325-3040.Support the show
Readings* Psalm 68* Psalm 149* Joshua 23:1–16* Acts 12:1–25* Augsburg Confession, XXVII, 1–23ReaderCorey J. MahlerCopyright NoticesUnless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are from the Holy Bible, English Standard Version®, copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.Unless otherwise indicated, all quotations from the Lutheran Confessions are from Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions, copyright © 2005, 2006 by Concordia Publishing House. Used by permission. All rights reserved. To purchase a copy of Concordia, call 800-325-3040.Support the show
With the advent of artificial intelligence, some people worry that machines will take over the world. Chris Urmson, CEO of Google's artificial intelligence company DeepMind, tells us what the future of AI looks like. He discusses how AI is changing the way we live and work, and how we can use it to improve our lives.
We've spent a long time in the eighth of the malebolge, the evil pouches that make up the big circle of fraud in Dante's INFERNO. Before we take our leave, let's look at the way the two speakers, Ulysses and Guido da Montefeltro, can be compared and contrasted with each other. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, for this review episode of two of the most rewarding cantos in all of INFERNO. I've got lots of ideas. I hope you have more. Here are the segments of this episode of the podcast WALKING WITH DANTE: [02:50] An opening denunciation v. the journey continues. [04:54] Both canto XXVI and canto XXVII start with unfinished business from the previous canto--but canto XXVII comes to a distinct end before we enter the ninth evil pouch. [06:38] The peasant and his fireflies v. the Sicilian bull: a contrast of the two opening similes. [08:47] Sight v. sound in the two similes. [09:58] Emotional movement in the cantos: from comfy pastoral to bitter regret. [11:37] Ulysses is a classical figure; Guido is a contemporary figure. [12:45] Virgil silences Dante the pilgrim because he's not erudite enough v. Dante the pilgrim offers an erudite chronicle of the troubles in Romagna. [14:20] Ulysses' monologue v. Guido's dialogue. [16:51] Shocking speakers in the two cantos: Ulysses and Pope Boniface VIII. [18:13] Both Ulysses and Guido come up later in COMEDY. [19:34] Ulysses shows us the journey ahead; Guido shows us the dead end of remorse. [20:29] Ulysses is a great storyteller; Guido is a terrible storyteller. [22:14] Ulysses forgets his family; Guido remembers his. [23:25] Ulysses is a literary figure; Guido is a historical person. [24:52] Both Ulysses and Guido engage in the foolishness of old age. [26:34] Neither nobility nor whining can save you in Dante's universe. [29:08] Ulysses' linear crescendo v. Guido's mishmash of styles. [31:45] Both Ulysses and Guido suffer an imagined death. [32:59] Neither Virgil nor Dante reacts after either speech. [35:36] One final contrast: the body v. the soul in the seventh through the nineth of the malebolge.
Down in the eighth of the evil pouches (the malebolge) that make up the giant circle of fraud in INFERNO, Guido da Montefeltro has told the (self-justifying) tale of his life. And now comes the struggle at his death, a fight between Saint Francis and a black Cherub from hell. Join me, Mark Scarbough, as we slow-walk through INFERNO, finishing up Guido's incredible monologue about his life and death. This passage has a few problems in it, not the least of which is the off-handed way Dante (or is it Guido?) mention the great Saint Francis. Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [01:23] My English translation of INFERNO, Canto XXVII, lines 112 - 136. If you'd like to read along or drop a comment about this episode, please see the page on my website, walkingwithdante.com. [03:34] The quick shift from Guido's life to his death. [04:38] Two small problems at the front of this passage: a black Cherub and the name of the sin for this evil pouch. [06:19] What is fraudulent counsel? [08:03] The problem of the off-handed reference to Saint Francis. [11:28] Conversion demands a "before" and an "after"--that is, a linear story, which Guido's is not. [13:07] The demonic/Scholastic joke in the passage. [13:45] One last link between Dante the pilgrim and Guido da Montefeltro. [15:17] The journey to Minos (and maybe some meta-literary joking around, too). [16:55] Biting yourself in rage: repetition as one of Dante's key literary devices. [18:07] Guido's final words--and his humanity. [21:04] Guido's eternal mutterings. [22:37] A final textual difficulty to round out Inferno, Canto XXVII. [25:35] A final reading of Guido's entire monologue: Inferno, Canto XXVII, lines 58 - 136.
EPISÓDIO 123 - O Livro dos Médiuns, ou Guia dos Médiuns e dos Evocadores, é um livro espírita francês. Trata do ensino especial dos Espíritos sobre a teoria de todos os gêneros de manifestações, os meios de comunicação com o mundo invisível, o desenvolvimento da mediunidade, as dificuldades e os tropeços que se podem encontrar na prática do Espiritismo. De autoria de Allan Kardec, foi publicado em Paris em janeiro de 1861. É uma das obras básicas do espiritismo. Apresentação: Marcelo Uchôa - Produção: Marcelo Uchôa e Regina Mercadante.
Let's pull apart the first chunk of the speech from Guida da Montefeltro in the eighth of the evil pouches (the malebolge) that make up the giant, eighth circle of INFERNO--that is, the sins of fraud. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as I give you my English translation of Inferno, Canto XXVII, lines 58 - 111. I'll walk you through Guido's attempt at self-justification, the ironies inherent in his speech, and the history lying behind it. I'll also give you three implications we can draw from Guido's speech so far. Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [01:20] My English translation of Inferno, Canto XXVII, Lines 58 - 111. If you'd like to read along or (better yet!) drop a comment about this episode, please look for it on my website, markscarbrough.com. [05:36] Guido's reaction to Dante's reply about war and peace in Romagna. [07:15] Some of the most famous lines in INFERNO. [08:28] A couple of problems with the opening lines of Guido's big monologue. [10:46] The transactional nature of fraud. [13:40] Some parallels between Dante the pilgrim and Guido. [15:44] Wishing others damned while absolving yourself (and maybe tweaking Virgil's nose, too). [16:59] Guido's residual humanity. [19:04] The irony of Guido's fame (including his fame with Dante the poet). [22:16] Dante quotes Dante--or Guido quotes Dante! [23:07] The gaping hole in the theology of repentance. [24:10] Pope Boniface VIII's war in the Lateran. [26:02] A rare moment of anti-Semitism in INFERNO. [27:05] Pope Boniface VIII's "crusade" against other Christians. [29:14] Another parallel between Dante the pilgrim and Guido. [29:43] A little opacity in Guido's monologue. [30:25] The difficult reference to Constantine and Pope Sylvester I. [33:05] Guido's ultimate self-justification. [33:54] Pope Boniface VIII's offer: a preemptive pardon. [35:11] The pope's two keys. [36:19] Guido's false counsel. [37:15] Ultimate poetic justice and earthly misunderstandings. [38:33] Three implications from Guido's monologue so far. 1) He's a terrible storyteller (but also a bit like Dante). [40:57] 2) Guido's story is built on the "confessio topos." [43:18] 3) Did Dante the poet invent Guido's story?
Guido da Montefeltro is trapped in a tongue of fire in the eighth of the malebolge (evil pouches) that make up the eighth circle of hell, the landscape of fraud. But rather than bemoan his fate, he wants to know the fate of his beloved Romagna, where he was a mercenary for years. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we look over this elliptical and opaque passage, which is the pilgrim's response to Guido's question of whether his home is at war or peace these days. Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [02:57] My English translation of the passage: Inferno, Canto XXVII, lines 31 - 57. If you''d like to read along or drop a comment, please do so on my website, markscarbrough.com. [05:16] The pilgrim's eager desire is still intact toward the figures in the eighth evil pouch of fraud. [06:32] Two nice details in the opening tercet (or three-line stanza). [09:08] The big word for this passage: "tyrants." [11:03] Rationales for the opaque and elliptical complications in Dante the pilgrim's response. [14:34] The fate of seven cities in Romagna. The peace in 1) Ravenna and 2) Cervia, thanks to the Polenta family. [17:06] The bloodbath at 3) Forlí (and the victory for Guido da Montefeltro) in the late 1200s. [18:48] The defeat of the Ghibellines in 4) Rimini in the late 1200s. [21:58] The fates of 5) Faenza and 6) Imola in 1300. [24:23] The uneasy freedom in 7) Cesena in 1300. [25:46] Something intriguing: Dante is careful to give this history lesson as of 1300, the date of the action (but not the writing) of the poem. [28:08] After all this bloody political history, Dante appeals to Guido's personal vanity. [30:11] Reading the passage once again, all the way back to the start of Canto XXVII.
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Ulysses leaves and a second flame shows up in the eighth of the malebolge, the evil pouches of fraud in Dante's INFERNO. Ulysses may be the great tragic figure, but this one is muttering, sputtering. He's a whining politician (and a local Romagna warlord). In other words, we're leaving epic and moving to comedy--as always with Dante. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as we slow-walk through Dante's incomparable COMEDY. We're down in lower hell, toward the bottom of the eighth (or next-to-the-last) circle of hell. And we're about to meet someone right out of Dante's own world. Here are the segments of this episode of WALKING WITH DANTE: [02:32] My English translation of INFERNO, Canto XXVII, lines 1 - 30. If you'd like to follow along, you can find my translation and even drop a comment on my website, markscarbrough.com. [04:40] Two clues about how to judge Ulysses: his upright flame and the "sweet poet" who is Virgil. [08:00] The introduction of a comic figure: Guido da Montefeltro. [12:09] The historical background of the simile about the Sicilian bull. [14:58] Possible interpretations for the simile of the Sicilian bull: infernal speech or meta-poetics? [19:05] The fabulous explanation for how a flame can speak. [21:24] The open acknowledgment that Virgil is speaking in the Lombard dialect. [25:38] Language cues in Guido's first speech. [28:55] Back to the local after the global--as always with Dante.
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“Si te vas vañar, Juanica, dime a quáles vaños vas. Por mucho que yo te quiero no es nada según meresces, aunque tu amor m 'encareces, hasta ver el fin espero. Dime do es tu vañadero, mucho placer me harás. Dime a quáles vaños vas. La mañana de Sant Juan, me dicen te vas a vañar, yo te yré acompañar porque descansse mi affán; que todas las que allá van ventajas les llevarás. Dime a quáles vaños vas. Que según es mi quererte, aunque mudes el traje yo te hago homenaje de entre todas conoscerte, y guardarte y tenerte las ropas que llevarás. Dime a quáles vaños vas.”. (Pliego XIV, Rodrigo de Reinosa, c.1503-1513). Los conquistadores y su mundo arrastran una gran cantidad de mitos. Uno de los más significativos es el relativo a su higiene, o la falta de ella, que se ha convertido en un auténtico “caballo de batalla” para todos aquellos que quieren hacer ver lo “atrasada” que era la cultura castellana con respecto a las prácticas higiénicas de los pueblos indígenas prehispánicos. Junto a este mito tenemos otro, no menos relevante, relativo a la “desnudez” del conquistador y su imagen como la de un ser zarrapastroso sin sentido de la estética. Junto a Consuelo Sanz, especialista en estos temas y autora del blog “Opus Incertum”, analizaremos la moda española en la Península y América desde 1492 hasta la segunda mitad del siglo XVI, combatiendo mitos y lugares comunes. 📖 PODEIS HACEROS CON EL LIBRO DE DAVID "Los Austrias: La historia ilustrada del imperio donde nunca se ponía el sol" EN https://amzn.to/3GSShxi 📖 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “La Conquista” es el podcast sobre el descubrimiento, conquista y colonización de la América Hispana. Presentado por David Nievas para Bellumartis. https://www.ivoox.com/conquista_bk_list_9703568_1.html Si queréis apoyar a Bellumartis Historia Militar e invitarnos a un café o u una cerveza virtual por nuestro trabajo, podéis visitar nuestro PATREON https://www.patreon.com/bellumartis -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bibliografía recomendada -“Trajes y modas en la España de los Reyes Católicos” (2 tomos) de Carmen Bernís Madrazo. -”Indumentaria española en tiempos de Carlos V” de Carmen Bernís Madrazo. -”El olor de la Edad Media: salud e higiene en la Europa Medieval” de Javier Traite y Consuelo Sanz de Bremond. -“How to Read a Dress: A Guide to Changing Fashion from the 16th to the 20th Century” de Lydia Edwards. -”The medieval taylor's assistant” de Sarah Thursfield. Blog de Consuelo Sanz: https://opusincertumhispanicus.blogspot.com/ Créditos musicales: “Andina” por cortesía de Carlos Carty (CC BY 3.0 Adaptada) https://soundbetter.com/profiles/91984-carlos-carty locución cortesía de Jorge Tejedor "Crusade" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) (Adapted) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ No olvidéis suscribiros al canal, si aún no lo habéis hecho. Si queréis ayudarnos, dadle a “me gusta” (el corazón a la derecha de Ivoox) y también dejadnos comentarios. De esta forma ayudaréis a que los programas sean conocidos por más gente. Y compartidnos con vuestros amigos y conocidos. SIGUENOS EN TODAS LAS REDES SOCIALES ¿Queréis contactar con nosotros? Puedes escribirnos a email@example.com Nuestra página principal es: https://bellumartishistoriamilitar.blogspot.com/
EPISÓDIO 122 - O Livro dos Médiuns, ou Guia dos Médiuns e dos Evocadores, é um livro espírita francês. Trata do ensino especial dos Espíritos sobre a teoria de todos os gêneros de manifestações, os meios de comunicação com o mundo invisível, o desenvolvimento da mediunidade, as dificuldades e os tropeços que se podem encontrar na prática do Espiritismo. De autoria de Allan Kardec, foi publicado em Paris em janeiro de 1861. É uma das obras básicas do espiritismo. Apresentação: Marcelo Uchôa - Produção: Marcelo Uchôa e Regina Mercadante.
Episode 91:This week we're continuing Russia in Revolution An Empire in Crisis 1890 - 1928 by S. A. Smith[Part 1]Introduction[Part 2]1. Roots of Revolution, 1880s–1905Autocracy and OrthodoxyPopular Religion[Part 3 - This Week]1. Roots of Revolution, 1880s–1905Agriculture and Peasantry - 00:25[Part 4 - 5?]1. Roots of Revolution, 1880s–1905[Part 6 - 8?]2. From Reform to War, 1906–1917[Part 9 - 11?]3. From February to October 1917[Part 12 - 15?]4. Civil War and Bolshevik Power[Part 16 - 18?]5. War Communism[Part 19 - 21?]6. The New Economic Policy: Politics and the Economy[Part 22 - 25?]7. The New Economic Policy: Society and Culture[Part 26?]ConclusionFigures:2) Bringing in the harvest c.1910. - 00:38Footnotes:40) 00:40David Moon, The Russian Peasantry, 1600–1930 (London: Longman, 1999).41) 02:06Richard G. Robbins, Famine in Russia, 1891–1892: The Imperial Government Responds to a Crisis (New York: Columbia University Press, 1975).42) 02:25R. W. Davies, Mark Harrison, and S. G. Wheatcroft (eds), The Economic Transformation of the Soviet Union, 1913–1945 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), 59.43) 02:42Stephan Merl, ‘Socio-economic Differentiation of the Peasantry', in R. W. Davies (ed.), From Tsarism to the New Economic Policy (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1990), 52.44) 03:29A. G. Rashin, Naselenie Rossii za sto let (Moscow: Gos. Statisticheskoe Izd-vo, 1956), 198–9.45) 03:59Davies et al. (eds), Economic Transformation, 59; David L. Ransel, ‘Mothering, Medicine, and Infant Mortality in Russia: Some Comparisons', Kennan Institute Occasional Papers, 1990, .46) 04:31Christine D. Worobec, Family and Community in the Post-Emancipation Period (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1991), 175.47) 05:57P. N. Zyrianov, ‘Pozemel'nye otnosheniia v russkoi krest'ianskoi obshchine vo vtoroi polovine XIX—nachale XX veka', in D. F. Aiatskov (ed.), Sobstvennost' na zemliu v Rossii: istoriia i sovremennost' (Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2002), 154. Some sources put the number of peasant households in European Russia at 9.2 million.48) 06:26Worobec, Family, 25.49) 07:01Moon, Russian Peasantry, 172.50) 07:19Barbara Alpern Engel, Between the Fields and the City: Women, Work and Family in Russia, 1861–1914 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994); E. Kingston-Mann and T. Mixter, ‘Introduction', in Esther Kingston-Mann and Timothy R. Mixter (eds), Peasant Economy, Culture and Politics in European Russia, 1800–1921 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1991), 14–15.51) 07:51Naselenie Rossii v XX veke: istoricheskie ocherki, vol. 1: 1900–1939gg. (Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2000), 57.52) 08:39Worobec, Family, 64; Barbara A. Engel, Women in Russia, 1700–2000 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 90; B. M. Firsov and I. G. Kiseleva (eds), Byt velikorusskikh krest'ian-zemlepashtsev: opisanie materialov Etnograficheskogo biuro Kniazia V. N. Tenisheva: na primere Vladimirskoi gubernii (St Petersburg: Izd-vo Evropeiskogo doma, 1993), 262.53) 09:04Worobec, Family, 177.54) 09:38Mandakina Arora, ‘Boundaries, Transgressions, Limits: Peasant Women and Gender Roles in Tver' Province, 1861–1914', PhD Duke University, 1995, 44–50.55) 09:55Naselenie Rossii, 48.56) 10:31Stephen G. Wheatcroft, ‘Crises and the Condition of the Peasantry in Late Imperial Russia', in Kingston-Mann and Mixter (eds), Peasant Economy, Culture and Politics of European Russiā.57) 11:14David Moon, ‘Russia's Rural Economy, 1800–1930', Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, 1:4 (2000), 679–90.58) 12:50Paul R. Gregory, Before Command: An Economic History of Russia from Emancipation to the First Five-Year Plan (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1994); Boris Mironov, Blagosostoianie naseleniia i revoliutsii v imperskoi Rossii, XVII—nachalo XX veka (Moscow: Novyi Khronograf, 2010).59) 12:58Boris Mironov and Brian A'Hearn, ‘Russian Living Standards under the Tsars: Anthropometric Evidence from the Volga', Journal of Economic History, 68:3 (2008), 900–29.60) 13:12J. Y. Simms, ‘The Crisis of Russian Agriculture at the End of the Nineteenth Century: A Different View', Slavic Review, 36:3 (1977), 377–98; Eberhard Müller, ‘Der Beitrag der Bauern zur Industrialisierung Russlands, 1885–1930', Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 27:2 (1979), 199–204.61) 14:07Wheatcroft, ‘Crises and the Condition of the Peasantry', 138, 141, 151.62) 15:33Judith Pallot, Land Reform in Russia, 1906–1917: Peasant Responses to Stolypin's Project of Rural Transformation (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999), 95.63) 15:49Pallot, Land Reform, 97.64) 16:39Yanni Kotsonis, Making Peasants Backward: Agricultural Cooperatives and the Agrarian Question in Russia, 1861–1914 (London: Macmillan, 1999), 57.65) 17:52Rogger, Russia in the Age of Modernisation, 81. Zhurov suggests that nationally between one-fifth and one-quarter of households were wealthy at the beginning of the twentieth century. Iu. V. Zhurov, ‘Zazhitovchnoe krest'ianstvo Rossii v gody revoliutsii, grazhdanskoi voiny i interventsii (1917–1920 gody)', in Zazhitochnoe krest'ianstvo Rossii v istoricheskoi retrospektive (zemlevladenie, zemlepol'zovanie, proizvodstvo, mentalitet), XXVII sessiia simpoziuma po agrarnoi istorii Vostochnoi Evropy (Moscow: RAN, 2000), 147–54.66) 18:48Teodor Shanin, The Awkward Class: Political Sociology of Peasantry in a Developing Society, 1910–1925 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972).67) 19:51I. L. Koval'chenko, ‘Stolypinskaia agrarnaia reforma (mify i real'nost)', Istoriia SSR, 2 (1991), 68–9.68) 20:26L. V. Razumov, Rassloenie krest'ianstva Tsentral'no-Promyshlennogo Raiona v kontse XIX–nachale XX veka (Moscow: RAN, 1996).69) 22:31‘Letter from Semyon Martynov, a peasant from Orël, August 1917', in Mark Steinberg, Voices of Revolution (translations by Marian Schwartz) (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2001), 242.70) 22:52John Channon, ‘The Landowners', in Robert Service (ed.), Society and Politics in the Russian Revolution (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1992), 120.71) 23:08Rogger, Russia in the Age of Modernisation, 89 (85).72) 23:49Worobec, Family, 31.73) 24:54Arcadius Kahan, Russian Economic History: The Nineteenth Century (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1989), 190.74) 25:27Gregory Guroff and S. Frederick Starr, ‘A Note on Urban Literacy in Russia, 1890–1914', Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 19:4 (1971), 520–31 (523–4).75) 25:34V. P. Leikina-Svirskaia, Russkaia intelligentsiia v 1900–1917 godakh (Moscow: Mysl', 1981), 7.76) 25:56Barbara E. Clements, History of Women in Russia: From the Earliest Times to the Present (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2012), 130.77) 26:12Engel, Women in Russiā, 92; A. G. Rashin, Formirovanie rabochego klassa Rossii (Moscow, 1958), 595.78) 26:20Patrick L. Alston, Education and the State in Tsarist Russia (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1969), 248.79) 26:29Ben Eklof, Russian Peasant Schools: Officialdom, Village Culture, and Popular Pedagogy, 1861–1914 (Berkeley: University of California, 1986), 90.80) 26:47James C. McClelland, Autocrats and Academics: Education, Culture and Society in Tsarist Russia (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979), 44.81) 27:05Eklof, Russian Peasant Schools, 89.82) 27:40E. M. Balashov, Shkola v rossiiskom obshchestve 1917–1927gg. Stanovlenie ‘novogo cheloveka' (St Petersburg: Dmitrii Bulanin, 2003), 42; Scott J. Seregny, ‘Teachers, Politics and the Peasant Community in Russia, 1895–1918', in Stephen White et al. (eds), School and Society in Tsarist and Soviet Russia (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1993), 121–48.83) 28:06Balashov, Shkola, 12.
The best part of the Divine Comedy for a few minutes' reading is the "Inferno." There the reader finds the most vivid descriptions, the most startling and unforgettable pictures. (Volume 20, Harvard Classics) Dante born May 15, 1265.
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Norman Bates is already here! You're next! YOU'RE NEXT! Hipster & The Nerd's journey on the Rocketship Roulette continues with a look at two horror follow-ups that are not amazing but also not terrible, Psycho II and 1993's Body Snatchers! Join Chris and Brian as they discuss the good and bad of Psycho II; from the good of its performances, music, and concepts, to the bad of its pacing, its ending, and how it constantly lives in the original's shadow. Then, stick around as they dive into the surprisingly solid if flawed Body Snatchers (1993; from the strengths of its performances, creature effects, and distinct identity, to the weaknesses of its inconsistent writing and fumbled themes. Also, there's a space rager or something happening in the background. Either way, this is one episode you won't want to miss! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Some time around the turn of the fifteenth century, a Cistercian monk of Byland Abbey took it upon himself to pen a series of ghost stories on the empty pages of a folio containing some of the library's more prestigious works. A medieval monk scribbling down ghost stories was, in truth, not entirely unusual. In the case of the Byland monk, however, the stories seemed to be less concerned with religious matters and more with grisly details of the spirits themselves. Undead rising from the graves, shapeshifting from human to animal and back again, hunting down the living to gouge their eyes from their skulls. The monk was, in his way, reporting on the folklore of the day, leaving behind one of the middle ages' more unique documents on belief in the afterlife. Republished in its original Latin by medievalist and author M.R. James in 1922, the stories had, perhaps, more in common with his own writings than they did that of the church and opened a window on the prevalence of Pagan beliefs and folklore tradition that maintained throughout medieval Europe. SOURCES Scmitt, Jean-Claude (1998) Ghosts in the Middle Ages: The Living and the Dead in Medieval Society. The University of Chicago Press, London, UK. Bartlett, Robert (2008) The Natural and the Supernatural in the Middle Ages. Cambridge Universtoy Press, Cambridge, UK. Joynes, Andrew (2001) Medieval Ghost Stories. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, UK. Grant, A.J. (1924) Twelve Medieval Ghost Stories. Yorkshire Archeological Journal, Vol. XXVII. Yorkshire, UK. Fleischhack, Maria & Schenkel, Elmar (2016) Ghosts - or the (Nearly) Invisible: Spectral Phenomena in Literature and the Media. Peter Lang, NY, USA. Harrison, Stuart (2022) History of Byland Abbey. [online] English Heritage. Available at: ---------- For almost anything, head over to the podcasts hub at darkhistories.com Support the show by using our link when you sign up to Audible: http://audibletrial.com/darkhistories or visit our Patreon for bonus episodes and Early Access: https://www.patreon.com/darkhistories The Dark Histories books are available to buy here: http://author.to/darkhistories Dark Histories merch is available here: https://bit.ly/3GChjk9 Connect with us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/darkhistoriespodcast Or find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/darkhistories & Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dark_histories/ Or you can contact us directly via email at email@example.com or via voicemail on: (415) 286-5072 or join our Discord community: https://discord.gg/cmGcBFf The Dark Histories Butterfly was drawn by Courtney, who you can find on Instagram @bewildereye Music was recorded by me © Ben Cutmore 2017 Other Outro music was Paul Whiteman & his orchestra with Mildred Bailey - All of me (1931). It's out of copyright now, but if you're interested, that was that.
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The teaser trailer for Obi Wan Kenobi could not have dropped at a better time, saving us from going over to the Dark Side and discussing the sequels for at least one more week! Let's talk about everything that we saw in the short trailer, including the links to other media, what we know about the characters shown, and some new additions to the universe that haven't been seen before! We also take some time to talk about the long development of the Obi Wan show, and what direction we think the story may end up taking. Good to be back and talking about Star Wars again!
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