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Attention is an audio journal for architectural culture that uses the medium of sound and spoken word to capture a dimension of architecture otherwise lost in print. By precluding visual media, Attention strikes a distance between the distraction economy of much online media, creating an intimate and reflective space for the in-depth development of ideas and issues. Through interviews, roundtable debates, oral histories, field recordings, the exploration of archival recordings, experimental ...
 
Scratching the Surface is a podcast about design, theory, and creative practice. Hosted by Jarrett Fuller, each episode features wide-ranging conversations with designers, architects, writers, academics, artists, and theorists about how design shapes culture. Previous guests include architecture critic Paul Goldberger, MoMA design curator Paola Antonelli, architect and OMA partner Reinier de Graaf, Pentagram partner Michael Bierut, RISD President Rosanne Somerson, writer Kurt Andersen, and d ...
 
Welcome to the Core Theory podcast! A podcast from Core Theory founders Mark & Sara, creators of Paper Space­® Arcade, Paper Space®(in the soon-to-be future), The Grid (formerly), and Metamorphic (coming soon). Join us on this ride as we build a different kind of company and navigate the challenges of life and entrepreneurship.
 
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Book a Week

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Book a Week

CEPT Library & Center for Research on Architecture and Urbanism

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Book-a-Week is a weekly podcast in an author-interview format featuring new books on architecture and cities published in the last five years. Every week young scholars from the fields of architecture, urbanism and design research will interview authors of recent books on diverse topics from architectural history, design theory, and ecological thinking to urban studies and anthropology. Each episode is imagined as a reflective, genial conversation on the book, its context, significance and r ...
 
3P Theory is the podcast for AEC professions seeking to elevate their knowledge on green building strategies and practical design collaboration for sustainable mindsets. Bringing you change-makers, innovators and sustainable leaders whose projects and careers have positively impacted the industry. If you're looking to get inspired, motivated, and fired up to take ACTION towards a greener planet you're in right place.
 
The Cultivar podcast on art and ecology hosted by Zachary Korol-Gold and Matthew Schum brings together artists, curators, farmers, activists, scholars, and others who have an ecological approach. Cultivar asks: Can we imagine collective ecological futures?
 
The CCA is an international research centre and museum founded on the conviction that architecture is a public concern. Based on its extensive collection, exhibitions, public programs, publications, and research opportunities, the CCA is advancing knowledge, promoting public understanding, and widening thought and debate on architecture, its history, theory, and practice, and its role in society today. Le CCA est un centre international de recherche et un musée fondé avec la conviction que l ...
 
Akimbo is an ancient word, from the bend in the river or the bend in an archer's bow. It's become a symbol for strength, a posture of possibility, the idea that when we stand tall, arms bent, looking right at it, we can make a difference. Akimbo's a podcast about our culture and about how we can change it. About seeing what's happening and choosing to do something. The culture is real, but it can be changed. You can bend it.
 
A podcast about technology, philosophy, and science. Hosts Regan Koopmans and Philip Leonard talk about trends and developments in software engineering, distributed systems, and software architecture. They delve into how this interlinks with the science of the universe and the philosophy that surrounds modern and future technology.
 
On How Brands Are Built, branding professionals get into the details of what they do and how they do it. Other podcasts about branding focus on news, opinion, and high-level theory. They can give you a 30,000-foot view of branding; How Brands Are Built is where the rubber meets the road. In each episode, Rob Meyerson, a San Francisco-based brand strategist, interviews other strategists, designers, writers, namers, and researchers to help you understand how brands are really built.
 
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Giovanni Fumei

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Are you curious and crave being introduced to new ideas, then this is the show for you. Every week I will be talking to a different academic about the thesis of a research paper or essay they have written. The scope of the show will be fairly broad but we will focus mainly on the humanities (Psychology,Philosophy, Economics, History etc...)
 
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Into the future Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akimbo.link and …
 
Sunaina Shah talks to George Michelle on his book ‘Late Temple Architecture of India, 15th to 19th Centuries’. This book is the first wide-ranging overview of temple architecture in the 500-year period that overlaps with the authority of the Sultanates, the Mughals, and the British and has been largely excluded from scholarly pursuit.George Michell…
 
An analysis of corporate conspiracy theories, including the alleged suppression of the cure for cancer and sabotage of the electric car. Using economic analysis and game theory, I outline the true incentives and constraints facing the firms in these industries, and explain why any such conspiracies would be enormously difficult to pull off. If you …
 
We talked about Carlo Scarpa's work at the Querini Stampalia foundation (1959-63), a palazzo-museum in Venice. Scarpa's interventions are focussed on the ground floor spaces, including a new entrance bridge, galleries and courtyard garden. There's a very distinctive mixture of restoration and fantasy, historical narration and occasional touches of …
 
John Comaroff is Hugh K. Foster Professor of African and African American Studies and of Anthropology at Harvard University. Before joining the Department of African and African American Studies, John Comaroff was the Harold H. Swift Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the University of Chicago. He is also an Honorary Professor of Anthropolo…
 
And Honus Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akimbo.link and press …
 
Esther Choi is a multidisciplinary artist and architectural historian. In 2019, she published Le Corbuffet, a Fluxus-inspired artist's book that adopts the form of a cookbook and in 2020, she started Office Hours, a socially-engaged initiative that cultivates the sharing of knowledge among practitioners who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People…
 
In Episode 1, Anna Goodman explains how contemporary architects in the United States often pursue community-engaged work through the design of processes. Analysis from the architectural historian Susanne Cowan helps demonstrate how this contrasts with early modern designers’ strong association of community and territory. The episode features excerp…
 
In Episode 2, Anna Goodman describes a shift in the way architects in the United States viewed community starting in the early 1960s. Using audio clips from participants in an experimental park and playground built under that leadership of the influential community designer Karl Linn, it documents a transition from practices that linked community t…
 
In Episode 3, Anna Goodman explores how a focus on the process of design over its products located community design at the intersection of anti-institutional activism and other social movements. It focuses on a series of events catalyzed by the construction of Berkeley’s People’s Park, using audio clips of participants provided by the Pacific Radio…
 
In Episode 4, Molly Esteve describes the life and work of the architect and environmental justice advocate Carl Anthony. Using Anthony’s own words and commentary from Jah Sayers, the episode demonstrates how the Black radical tradition pushed designers and planners beyond the neighborhood to a metropolitan approach to community liberation.…
 
Rajshree Rajmohan talks to Anindita Datta on her book "Gender, Space and Agency in India.’ This edited volume is a set of eleven insightful chapters by eminent researchers, each exploring links between gender space and agency across a diverse geographical context in India. The narratives are based on field studies and highlight not just the power o…
 
This is the second of a series of online seminars hosted by the journal New Formations (current editor: Jeremy Gilbert) in Autumn 2021, organised by Rebecca Bramall and Jeremy Gilbert. The series marks the publication of the journal’s series of issues published under the title This Conjuncture and dedicated to the memory of Stuart Hall. This sessio…
 
Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in International Development at King’s College, London. Her research is centered on the role of finance in development, structural features of underdevelopment, the political economy of development, and critically assessing the economics field. She is also Founder and Editor of the blog …
 
To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akimbo.link and press the appropriate button. Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at…
 
Venugopal Maddipati talks to Hakim Sameer Hamdani on his book “The Syncretic Traditions of Islamic Religious Architecture of Kashmir”. The book presents the rich historical context of Islam in Kashmir and explores newer dimensions of tracing histories through architecture.Hakim Sameer Hamdani is a notable architectural historian and an Islamicist a…
 
This is the first of a series of online seminars hosted by the journal New Formations (current editor: Jeremy Gilbert) in Autumn 2021, organised by Rebecca Bramall and Jeremy Gilbert. The series marks the publication of the journal’s series of issues published under the title This Conjuncture and dedicated to the memory of Stuart Hall. Angela Merke…
 
Vernelle A. A. Noel, Ph.D. is an architect, design scholar, artist, TED Speaker, and Director of the Situated Computation + Design Lab at Georgia Tech. where she investigates traditional and automated making, human-computer interaction, interdisciplinary creativity, and their intersections with society. Dr. Noel’s scholarship and expertise include …
 
But it still matters Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akimbo.link…
 
Nina Paim is a designer, researcher, curator, educator, and activist. She is currently the director of Futuress, an editorial platform about feminism, design, and politics. She co-edited the book Design Struggles: Intersecting Histories, Pedagogies, and Perspectives and edited Taking A Line for A Walk. In this episode, Jarrett and Nina talk about F…
 
In the first episode of the Book-a-Week Podcast, Arul Paul talks to Gautam Bhan on his book, ‘In the Public’s Interest – Evictions, Citizenship and Inequality in Contemporary Delhi.’Part of the School of Human Development at Indian Institute for Human Settlement, Gautam Bhan teaches, researches and writes on the politics of urban poverty and inequa…
 
In this episode we explore the world of software design and architecture. Joining us today is co-founder and CTO of OpenValue, presenter and seasoned Software Architect Bert Jan Schrijver. The pragmatic and philosophical motivations for software architecture are discussed, and Bert Jan shares some wisdom from his years of industry experience. Show …
 
Peter Hudis is Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at Oakton Community College and author of Marx's Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism (Brill, 2012) and Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades (Pluto, 2015). He edited The Rosa Luxemburg Reader (Monthly Review Press, 2004) and The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg (Verso, 2013). Police with dog…
 
What are you going to do with that puppy? Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, ple…
 
Stefan Ouma holds the Chair of Economic Geography at the Department of Geography at the University of Bayreuth. Before that he worked as Doc and Post-Doc at Goethe-University, Frankfurt. His research interests lies in a theoretically and empirically informed economic geography of globalization and development, drawing primarily on insights from het…
 
In our first episode on Carlo Scarpa, we're trying something new! We've made a video to accompany the episode that you can find on our YouTube Channel, in which you can watch Luke and George discuss the enigmatic architecture of Carlo Scarpa, accompanied by images of the buildings! Make sure you subscribe on YouTube to keep up to date. This is an e…
 
Who gets to vote Akimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher. You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com . To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akimbo.link and…
 
Guus Beumer was the general and artistic director of Het Nieuwe Instituut from 2013 to 2021. Before this, he was director of NAI Maastricht and Marres Center for Contemporary Culture. In this episode, Jarrett and Guus talk about the founding of Het Nieuwe Instituut, institutional administration as a design process, and balancing stability and insta…
 
In this interview we will explore the work and life of the writer Jose Luis Borges. You may have never heard of this Argentinian writer but many critics consider him to be one of the most influential novelists of the 20th century. In this conversation we will try to answer the questions why does Jose Luis Borges matter and what does it mean for som…
 
An overview of the underlying mechanisms of pain, including the role of nociception, transduction of nociceptor signals by spinal pathways, the modulatory effects of opioids, and processing of these inputs in the brain. I also discuss phenomena such as referred pain, psychogenic pain, and congenital insensitivity to pain. If you enjoyed the podcast…
 
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