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Cold Call distills Harvard Business School's legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features Harvard Business School faculty discussing cases they've written and the lessons they impart.
 
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In The Sea and the Sacred in Japan: Aspects of Maritime Religion (Bloomsbury 2018), Fabio Rambelli invites various fifteen scholars of Japanese religions to reflect on a well taken-for-granted fact: although the sea has always been a critical source of religious inspirations for Japan, the study of Japanese religions has chosen to turn its attentio…
 
Terrorism is a cancer, an infection, an epidemic, a plague. For more than a century, this metaphor has figured insurgent violence as contagion in order to contain its political energies. In Epidemic Empire: Colonialism, Contagion, and Terror, 1817–2020 (University of Chicago Press, 2021), Anjuli Fatima Raza Kolb, Associate Professor at the Universi…
 
Dangerous Religious Ideas: The Deep Roots of Self-Critical Faith in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (Beacon, 2020) reveals how faith traditions have always passed down tools for self-examination and debate, because all religious ideas—not just extremist ones—can cause harm, even as they also embody important moral teachings. Scripture’s abiding re…
 
We discuss Tara Fickle’s 2019 book The Race Card. Follow Ranged Touch on Twitter. Follow CMRN on Twitter. Follow Michael on Twitter. Come hang out in our Discord channel. Support this show and all of our videos on Patreon, where you can also get our notes for this episode for $3 a month! Chris Hunt created the theme song for this show.…
 
In this episode, Dr. Bulzacchelli and Tyler Ross finish their discussion on Pope Francis’ Moto Propio allowing women into the ministries of acolyte and lector. We cover:- Ministry vs Orders- “Deaconesses” in the Bible- “Venerable Tradition”- Pope Francis’ Moto Propio – Spiritus Domini - http://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/motu_proprio/docume…
 
Lori Cox Han and Caroline Heldman, both scholars of gender and politics as well as scholars of the American Presidency, have assembled a wide array of essays[*] to revisit the question about whether “we” are ready for the first female president of the United States, and what the path might look like to arrive at that glass-ceiling shattering event.…
 
In this episode, you'll learn: Does China control all the Bitcoin mining? Bitcoin uses so much energy, isn't that an issue? How Bitcoin is increasing productivity by reducing methane flaring How Bitcoin is slowly changing the power grid (for the better) Is it better to invest in Bitcoin mining or just buy Bitcoin How likely is it until we start to …
 
The debut episode of "The Institute For Post American Studies," is with Mckenzie Wark on her new-ish book "Capital is Dead." We mostly discuss how the economy has changed under the guidance of silicon valley and exacerbated by the pandemic. We discuss a range of subjects from the book and some in depth analysis of the present. Pick up the book now …
 
Although physicians during World War I, and scholars since, have addressed the idea of disorders such as shell shock as inchoate flights into sickness by men unwilling to cope with war's privations, they have given little attention to the agency many soldiers actually possessed to express dissent in a system that medicalized it. In Germany, these m…
 
The political/health/crisis around the world, the war between good and evil, who is fighting? Where does the real war take place? Who determines victory? Who rules the world? How to be successful in spite of all the obstacles people put on your way? What is the secret of true 'Free Will'? Corruption vs. Biblical Values, who's going to win the oldes…
 
'Remember that you are an Englishman, and have consequently won first prize in the lottery of life.' Cecil Rhodes's characteristically nineteenth-century confidence rings rather hollow as England enters the twenty-first century in somewhat reduced circumstances. Jeremy Black steers his way through the labyrinthine complexities of historical narrati…
 
Environmental issues take center stage in this month’s episode of Discourse!, hosted by Michael Munnik with guests Suzanne Owen and Daniel Gorman Jr. How is the media covering the intersection of religion and the latest environmental issues? Listen and find out! First the groups speaks on some of the differences in major news publications and their…
 
We've all heard more than a few talks, lessons, and sermons on repentance. We know it's important, and we know that we should do it. But sometimes we don't actually know what it is and, more importantly, how to do it. In this episode we study the Lord's directions to early Church members and wrestle them some practical principles that we can actual…
 
Everyone needs to search their hearts and ask how they will prepare for the Lord. Today, Jeff talks about how we can use Lent to draw ourselves closer to God and to prepare our hearts for his coming. Snippet from the Show “It’s the precious moments that make up your life united with Christ, that’s what will last forever.” Email us with comments or …
 
In Women and Gender in the Qur’an (Oxford University Press in 2020), Celene Ibrahim explores key themes related to gender in the Qur’an, focusing on women, such as female sexuality, female kin and relations, and female figures in the sacred text. Among her findings is that there are no archetypal women in the Qur’an and instead, the Qur’an provides…
 
Jill examines this problematic passage by focusing on the social circumstances of the Canaanite Woman (Justa) and her demon-possessed daughter and how Jesus' initial refusal to help her may have had life-or-death consequences for the family unit.Sources can be found here: https://nygbspodcast.wordpress.com/2021/02/17/the-canaanite-woman-in-matthew/…
 
In honor of Ash Wednesday, co-host Ash takes over the Boys’ Bible Study feed with a special talk show episode. He hosts mini interviews with several special guests that span themes related to this important Christian holy day. Does self-denial make us stronger? Should all prayer be done in secret? What do the Amish know that we don’t??? Today's gue…
 
Researchers often face significant and unique ethical and methodological challenges when conducting qualitative field work among people who have been identified as perpetrators of genocide. This can include overcoming biases that often accompany research on perpetrators; conceptualizing, identifying, and recruiting research subjects; risk mitigatio…
 
Check out our latest event, a panel on "The Second Trump Impeachment" with Benjamin Kleinerman (Baylor University), Jeffrey Tulis (University of Texas at Austin), and John Yoo (University of California at Berkeley).Panel recorded on February 3, 2021. Presented by the Constitutional Studies program at the University of Notre Dame and The Robert H. S…
 
Parinirvana, the death of the Buddha Shakyamuni, is commemorated by a ceremony in mid-February in most Buddhist communities throughout the world. The Buddha gave several important teachings right before his death, and there is teaching contained in the very manner and fact of his passing. In this episode I describe the Parinirvana (Nehan) ceremony …
 
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