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AnthroDish is a weekly show about the intersections between our foods, cultures, and identities. Host Sarah Duignan sits down one-on-one with folks in academia, hospitality, farming and agriculture, and more to learn about their food knowledge and experiences. If you're interested in the unique and fascinating lives of everyday people who have been shaped by their relationship with food, this show is for you!
 
How can we communicate research in science, the social sciences and humanities to ensure it has positive, real-world impact? That's the question being explored in this podcast, presented by Peter Barker, the director of research communications agency, Orinoco Communications. In each episode Peter chats to someone who's doing particularly interesting and inspiring work to engage the public with research.
 
Practice Makes Presence is a podcast that focuses on healthy spirituality, social justice, and mental health rooted in Christianity, the wisdom of other faith traditions, and the social sciences. Practice means that there is nothing conventional, standard, or predictable about your life. Your path is a grand journey where relationships with wise travelers can be both inspiring and encouraging. This growth takes work and support. Presence means that we accept that this moment is the only oppo ...
 
The Enneagram and Marriage Podcast, hosted by Christa Hardin, MA, is rooted in her 18+ years of experience counseling and coaching couples. On top of her expert marriage advice, Christa uses the Enneagram to add in another layer of understanding as to how we work as individuals and gives us deeper insight into how we connect with others and how we view the world.
 
Interested in human behavior and how people think? The Measure of Everyday Life is a weekly interview program featuring innovations in social science and ideas from leading researchers and commentators. Independent Weekly has called the show "unexpected" and "diverse" and says the show "brings big questions to radio." Join host Dr. Brian Southwell (@BrianSouthwell) as he explores the human condition. Episodes air each Sunday night at 6:30 PM in the Raleigh-Durham broadcast market and a podca ...
 
Listen to actors, educators and writers Toussaint and Joetta for their weekly podcast of current events, life in the audition room, and moments of double consciousness. Questioning authority (and sometimes reality) or biting tongues, the duo reports their lives as performers and how they navigate their way as artists. Hailing from Minneapolis, MN (a city and state with some of the highest racial disparity in education and law enforcement), Double Consciousness also explores the W.E.B. DuBois ...
 
Tune in to this podcast to get smart on ways to apply advances in social science and experience with successful teamwork to unleash meaningful contributions in your work life! The advances in cognitive neuroscience and behavioral psychology have been fast, furious, and fascinating. This podcast breaks down how advances by researchers and the experience of practitioners can be applied in organizations to achieve great things.
 
Video games don't exist in a vacuum. They reflect the world around us, and their success—or failure—has a strong effect on the people who make them. When it's an independent video game, one that a small team pours their hearts and souls into, it matters even more. Game Retro takes a retrospective look at independent video games from more than five years ago. We not only talk to one of its creators about how it's impacted their life, but we look at the bigger picture. How do these games inter ...
 
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Child loss is something no one can prepare for fully nor can we full recover. However, support is not only possible but vital and this episode is full of just that for those who have walked this journey, as well as those supporting friends and family through it. Christa interviews Dave and Laura, the 2-9 Loving Hospitality Pairing, as they share th…
 
In many U.S. families, chores tend to fall on the shoulders of parents – and sometimes one parent – while children don’t contribute as much as a parent might like. Family life is not exactly the same around the world, however. In this episode, we talk with Lucia Alcala, a faculty member at California State University, Fullerton, who has studied cul…
 
This week’s guests are data designer, Stefanie Posavec, and data journalist, Miriam Quick. We talk about their new book, about how constraints can encourage creativity, and they give their tips on how researchers and communicators can improve their own data visualizations. ------------ Presented by Peter Barker Produced by Orinoco Communications ww…
 
When you're stressed, you either go within, find a friend or spouse to chat with, or you aim to get social support with your favorite crew! In relationships, sometimes our favorite ways of surviving don't exactly appeal to our partners. What's more, often we sabotage ourselves by isolating one or two of the ways to survive and completely repressing…
 
When Jim Scott mentions ‘resistance,’ this recovering political scientist isn’t usually talking about grand symbolic statements or large-scale synchronized actions by thousands or more battling an oppressive state. He’s often referring to daily actions by average people, often not acting in concert and perhaps not even seeing themselves as ‘resisti…
 
Something we’ve been focusing on this season is unpacking what makes food accessible or inaccessible – be it money, gender, race, or their intersections. Veganism is an arena where there is a lot of time-consuming and money-draining products, and particularly so when a lot of discussions around how to be vegan are white-centered. My guest this week…
 
For people who have the resources to participate, an important portion of life now is spent online on the Internet. Some of those online activities now include political expression and political behavior. On this episode, we talk with Deen Freelon of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill about what we know about online activism in its var…
 
Often in marriage, we bring our childhood wounds to the table in a way that carries on cycles, hurts our partners, and us too. Many times however, especially as we learn our Enneagram types, marriage can become a safe harbor for us to learn healthy vulnerability and attachment together. Join Christa in a talk with trauma expert Glenda Reagan who wi…
 
In this episode, Matt reflects on the different ways Jesus is said to have prayed during the night in the garden of Gethsemane. Are we people of the "all", "if", or the space between? Matt is @mattyinaz on Twitter and IG or listen@practicemakespresence.com Song "Apollo" by Timely via Epidemic sound Support the show at Patreon.com/practicemakesprese…
 
Have you wondered why sex is so often out of sync? Why it's often only pleasurable for one, or why there's so much emotional and physical pain in this supposedly wonderful area for many couples? Join Christa in interviewing Sheila Wray Gregoire, author of the new and vitally important book, "The Great Sex Rescue: The Lies You've Been Taught And How…
 
Ambika Devi’s depth of knowledge takes you on a journey from the stars to your inner world. She is an international award-winning bestselling author of four books, an expert astrologer, and a dynamic international speaker. She specializes in getting your mind focused, igniting your intuition, inspiring your creativity, and putting you face to face …
 
Dr. Jamie Gallagher is a science communication and evaluation expert. In early 2020 Jamie’s freelance schedule, which was dominated by live workshops, talks and events all over the world, emptied. In this interview I talk to Jamie about how he pivoted to take his science communication business online and how he’s been helping others navigate that t…
 
Marriage issues cut deep to the heart and yet often it's uncomfortable to reveal ourselves at our vulnerable levels. Seth Studley, MA, LMFT and Melanie Studley, husband and wife and podcast hosts of the popular Anatomy of Marriage do NOT hold back as they admit to experiencing the rough edges of real marriage and how they've grown since finding the…
 
In this episode, Carlos, Scott, and Jenn are joined by Professor Steven Medema, Research Professor of Economics at Duke University and Associate Director of Duke's Center for the History of Political Economy. Topics include the history and meaning of the Coase Theorem, Professor Medema's recent book, The Economics Book: From Xenophon to Cryptocurre…
 
If you grew up in the early 2000s, you might remember the American push for True Love Waits, abstinence only-sex education, and purity rings being sported by celebrities like Jessica Simpson or the Jonas Brothers. Known as Purity Culture, this Protestant evangelical movement emphasizes sexual purity through abstinence… but beyond sex, how has the c…
 
When you're raising a family, how do you bring your personality type and subtypes in for the best form in family? Perhaps just as importantly, how do you block the worst of your pairing from showing up as well? Join Christa with husband-and-wife power couple Daniel and Christina Im, co-hosts of the popular Im Between Podcast to find out. This doubl…
 
Clint Adams is a former police officer, counselor, and current business leadership consultant. In this episode, we compare notes on policing, workplace change and talk about his book Lighting the Blue Flame, addressing a fictional community's response to someone who dies by suicide. Matt is @mattyinaz on Twitter and IG or listen@practicemakespresen…
 
This week’s guest on the Research Comms podcast is Alex Buxton, Head of Strategic Communications at the University of Oxford. We discuss what it was like to be parachuted into his role just after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and to do so at a time when the University was involved in one of the biggest news stories of our times - the race to d…
 
If there’s one thing a lot of us have been doing since the start of COVID last spring, it’s returning to our kitchens – sometimes to help us grieve, sometimes to find joy, and sometimes just for needed sustenance. But there’s something about baking in particular that has re-emerged as an incredible source of joy and heart. My guest this week is Jer…
 
The study of stigma, , says Michèle Lamont, is a “booming field.” That assessment can be both sad and hopeful, and in this Social Science Bites podcast the Harvard sociologist explains stigma’s manifestations and ways to combat it, as well as what it takes for a researcher to actually study stigma. Lamont defines stigma “as the negative characteriz…
 
Are you engaged, planning a wedding, or in the first few years of marriage? Have you been married for awhile but you're struggling to remember the "musts" of marriage? Join Christa (and late in the episode, a surprise guest!) in this fun and all-inclusive episode that goes into marriage "do's and don'ts," the "Big 3" areas (sex, finances, and commu…
 
What role does religion play in cultural attitudes and practices towards drinking alcohol? Is it possible to look at one element without accounting for the other? And how does gender inform how religious and cultural identities are understood or enforced? My guest this week is Manvinder Gill, a researcher interested in the intersections of alcohol …
 
Your Enneagram work on your relationships is so important to your ongoing relationship success but did you know that before the world of Enneagram was popularized, there was and still is a marriage research system that every person working on their relationship will benefit from called The Gottman Method. Today's episode surrounds identifying key f…
 
Kourtney Thomas is on a mission to help women find their own inner Dolly Parton. Through guided self-discovery work and coaching, she helps women see themselves so they can trust themselves in every choice they make for their bodies, lives, and businesses. She believes that everyone needs the blunt (but kind) reminder that the only “right” way to d…
 
We are so honored to have the best-selling author of "The Road Back to You" and "The Path Between Us," Enneagram teacher Suzanne Stabile as our guest this week. Suzanne expertly teaches us relationship tips for every type and also offers us tips to help avoid typing our spouses. Suzanne has learned so much over the years, not only from her 2 & 9 ma…
 
Jennifer, Carlos, Sarvy, and Scott are joined by three early-career scholars to discuss how the pandemic has affected their teaching and research, their conference experiences and their career prospects. Marina Uzunova is a PhD candidate in philosophy at the Free University of Amsterdam. David Coker is a PhD candidate in economics at George Mason U…
 
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