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To many, Russia, and the wider Eurasia, is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma. But it doesn’t have to be. The SRB Podcast dispels the stereotypes and myths about the region with lively and informative interviews on Eurasia’s complex past, present, and future. New episodes drop weekly with an eclectic mix of topics from punk rock to Putin, and everything in-between. Subscribe on your favorite podcasts app, grab your headphones, hit play, and tune in. Eurasia will never appear th ...
 
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The Slavic Connexion

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The Slavic Connexion

The University of Texas at Austin

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A fresh international chat show from The University of Texas at Austin meant to share research, ideas, and culture from the Slavic world and beyond in digestible episodes. Each week we feature faculty, students (both undergraduate and graduate), and speakers of note from other institutions and countries. The Slavic Connexion is a production of the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies within the College of Liberal Arts at UT Austin... It's not typical Texas, y'all. TPN 2021 ...
 
Join hosts Ryan McDermott (Faculty Director), John Buchmann (Executive Director), and Elise Ryan (Faculty Fellow), for conversations from Beatrice Institute, an ecumenical learning and research community that supports advanced inquiry in the Christian intellectual and cultural traditions. Animated by intellectual friendship inside and outside the academy, Beatrice Institute serves all who pursue the Beautiful, the True, and the Good.
 
The Bible does not need to be rewritten, but it needs to be reread. In this podcast, Dr. Parker shares a behind the scenes look at some of Israel Bible Center's most popular online courses. Each week faculty members sit down to discuss the ancient literature, history, culture, customs, and theology that will uncover rich new ways to understand the Bible. For more from the Israel Bible Center go to: www.israelbiblecenter.com
 
"This Week in Black History, Society, and Culture" is a weekly podcast produced by the Black and African Diaspora Forum United (BADFU) an interracial group of faculty at Monmouth University concerned about issues pertaining to the Black/African American experience. BADFU members will periodically interview scholars, authors, activists, and community leaders on matters related to the history, society, and culture of Black and African American communities in the United States (U.S.) and beyond ...
 
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SASSpod

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SASSpod

Center for South Asia

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The South Asian Studies at Stanford (SASS) Podcast features conversations between the Center for South Asia at Stanford and guests who have a connection to Stanford as faculty, staff, students, or alumni. The podcasts feature a wide range of topics, ranging from poetry to politics, from manuscript collecting to music, from business to Bollywood. Every podcast consists of an informal and informative conversation about South Asia and its meaning in the world, in our lives, and at Stanford.
 
On TAP is a three-headed, freewheeling conversation about topics of current interest to graduate students, professors, independent scholars, and all those interested in academic Theatre and Performance Studies. Each edition features established scholars in Theatre and Performance Studies chatting about several topics of field-wide interest, including trends in ideas and scholarly methods, pedagogy, career development, notable developments in research, publishing and hiring, and news-worthy e ...
 
Weekly conversations with authors of new and recent books. Host Richard Aldous is a historian and professor at Bard College, New York, and the author of several books, including Schlesinger: The Imperial Historian; Reagan and Thatcher: The Difficult Relationship; The Lion and the Unicorn: Gladstone vs. Disraeli. For more about American Purpose, visit www.americanpurpose.com.
 
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Ipse Dixit

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Ipse Dixit

CC0/Public Domain

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Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
Weekly episodes beginning Tuesday, October 5. This podcast presents a series of conversations about color, color usage, and optics as they relate to theories of human color perception in the making of visual art and design. By Ed Charbonneau, an artist whose main focus is on painting and who is an adjunct faculty member in the Fine Arts Department at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design*. Weekly episodes, released each Tuesday, will focus on a range of topics, such as the properties of li ...
 
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SJSU iSchool Audio/Video Podcast

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SJSU iSchool Audio/Video Podcast

San José State University School of Information (SJSU iSchool)

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This is an RSS 2.0 formatted XML feed produced by the San José State University School of Information iSchool. The purpose of this podcast is to provide a forum for faculty, alumni, and students to present their works/projects and to exchange research ideas. The media of this podcast is available as both video and audio. Captioned versions of this media are available on the SLIS Website.
 
Yale Talk is a podcast hosted by Yale University President Peter Salovey. About once a month, he will share news from campus or host faculty, students, staff, or alumni for a conversation. Yale is a place of many voices—students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are bringing “light and truth” to our world in many different ways. Through this podcast, you can hear those voices, so you can learn more about the amazing work of education and scholarship taking place at Yale. You can subscribe to Y ...
 
Produced at the University of Notre Dame, With a Side of Knowledge started out as the show that invited scholars, makers, and professionals to brunch for 30-minute, informal conversations about their work—until season 4, when the pandemic prompted us to record everything remotely. Now, with season 5, we’re excited to be able to bring back in-person interviews while still taking advantage of the flexibility afforded by our remote setup. Guests include members of the Notre Dame faculty, visito ...
 
Reframing History is a podcast produced by Julian C Chambliss, Professor of English and Core Faculty in the Consortium for Critical Diversity in a Digital Age Research (CEDAR) at Michigan State University. RH is an interview-based podcast inspired by contemporary debates linked to humanities theory and practice.
 
For more than 40 years, University at Buffalo student attorneys and faculty in the clinics have provided access to justice through the legal system for people and organizations who need our help. This podcast has been developed to share relevant aspects of our work, as well as work of our community partners, with a wider audience. DISCLAIMER: The information in this podcast episode “episode” is provided for general informational purposes only and may not reflect the current law in your juris ...
 
Join depth psychotherapist and Jungian scholar, John Price, in an exploration of extraordinary stories and phenomena that lurk beneath the surface of normal and everyday life. Listen in as John interviews experts, dilettantes, sinners, and saints to explore their professional and personal perspective on the underlying purpose of the mysteries which lurk within the seemingly mundane nature of day-to-day life. John received his Master’s degree in clinical psychology and his Doctorate degree in ...
 
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Foreword

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Foreword

Faculty of Humanities, Brock University

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Foreword will introduce you to Humanities researchers at Brock University and explore how the Humanities can help us make sense of the rapidly changing world around us. Produced by the Faculty of Humanities at Brock University, Canada.
 
Chris & Robert are The Film Flamers - a podcast covering the production, film history, and legacy of each horror film (or horror adjacent film) they cover, with a bit of comedy tossed in! Expect deep dives of both new and old favorites, hot takes and movie reviews of new releases, top ten lists, and the latest horror movie news. When it comes to horror movies, The Film Flamers podcast has you covered... in blood!
 
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15 Minute History

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15 Minute History

The University of Texas at Austin

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15 Minute History is a history podcast designed for historians, enthusiasts, and newbies alike. This is a joint project of Hemispheres, the international outreach consortium at the University of Texas at Austin, and Not Even Past, a website with articles on a wide variety of historical issues, produced by the History Department at the University of Texas at Austin. This podcast series is devoted to short, accessible discussions of important topics in world history, United States history, and ...
 
Into the Fold: Issues in Mental Health is the monthly podcast by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. Consistent with the spirit of the foundation's work, the podcast captures the human implications of mental health and related issues, bringing you conversations with mental health advocates, researchers, consumers, officials, and others who carry the torch on behalf of mental health and wellness in Texas and beyond. Into the Fold is part of the Texas Podcast Network. Texas Podcast Network ...
 
Beyond Footnotes is a history-themed podcast on local KPSU, sponsored by Portland State University’s Department of History. Beyond Footnotes features interviews with the talented faculty and students of PSU, providing a forum for local historians to share their work with each other and the community. The show was formerly hosted by PSU history graduates, Christian Graham, Emile Nelson, Lily Hart, and Madelyn Miller and co-created by Ryan Wisnor and Joshua Justice of Dive Audio.
 
Casual, unscripted, and intimate, The Arc episodes present themed discussions that investigate existing contemporary ideas and attitudes around architecture, juxtaposing them with disciplines and topics outside of architecture. The Arc is a venue for conversation, recorded at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles, and led by SCI-Arc faculty and History + Theory Coordinator Marrikka Trotter.
 
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Geneva Intl.

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Geneva Intl.

Students of the Graduate Institute, Geneva

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This series is developed by students, staff, research centers and the faculty at the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development (IHEID). It will host podcasts on a plethora of topics that range from research and studying to aspects of international life in Geneva and at the Institute.
 
Brandman Speaks! Podcasts series draws on the expertise of faculty, students and alumni from Brandman University to explore subjects relevant to today. Brandman University is a multi-campus, private, nonprofit institution with a history of innovation and strong support services designed for students with busy schedules. The short subject matter podcasts are hosted by the Communications Department.
 
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Between Two Flags

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Between Two Flags

United Nations Association in Canada

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Between Two Flags is a podcast created and run by the United Nations Association in Canada – a charitable organization based in Ottawa with a long history of civil society engagement. Episodes feature discussions with diverse innovators and stakeholders sharing how their organizations and collectives are working towards creating an equal and sustainable Canada, as well as what Canada has to offer to the world. This is a bilingual podcast with episodes in both English and French.
 
This podcast was published at The Sign of Jonas Blog. Dr. Susan Easton Black lectures on the life of Mormon Founder Joseph Smith. Dr. Susan Easton Black joined the faculty of Brigham Young University in 1978, where she is currently a professor of Church history and doctrine. She is a past Eliza R. Snow Fellow, Associate Dean of General Education and Honors, and Director of Church History in the BYU Religious Studies Center. The recipient of numerous academic awards, she received the Karl G. ...
 
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Working Historians

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Working Historians

Robert Denning and James Fennessy

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Working Historians is a podcast series that showcases the work and careers of historians in a wide variety of career fields. We hope to introduce history students and the general public to the career paths available to people who study history, introduce and promote historians to students and the public, and showcase the work that historians do on a regular basis. Hosts Rob Denning and Jimmy Fennessy can be reached at workinghistorians@gmail.com.
 
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The Institute Podcast

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The Institute Podcast

Institute for the Arts and Humanities (UNC-CH)

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The Institute for the Arts and Humanities serves as UNC-Chapel Hill’s faculty home for interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration. The IAH supports its mission through its commitment to three interrelated areas of faculty life: scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. The IAH podcast features in-depth conversations with Fellows. The owl tops Hyde Hall, our Franklin Street home.
 
Join us as we talk with Chamberlain University's distinguished faculty, students, alumni and subject matter experts about the world of healthcare and beyond. Chamberlain University has a more than 130-year history of preparing extraordinary healthcare professionals. Join us every Thursday for a new episode. Make sure to like, share and subscribe to The Chamberlain Care Podcast.
 
The Houghton75 podcast presents different voices and perspectives on Houghton Library in its seventy-fifth year. Throughout 2017, Harvard’s principal repository of rare books and manuscripts is celebrating its world-class collections of primary sources, and support of research and teaching over the last 75 years. The series kicks off with Harvard faculty members sharing their thoughts on the collection item they chose for the exhibition HIST 75H: A Masterclass on Houghton Library. The chosen ...
 
Tune in every Wednesday to listen to the new University of Puget Sound podcast, What We Do. Each week Arches editor Chuck Luce will be talking to faculty, students, invited speakers, staff, and others on campus about the amazing, stupendous, mind-bending things they do. We’ll cover everything from science to politics, music to history, philosophy to adventure.
 
These are the stories of Armbrae Academy Podcast told in 18 minutes and 87 seconds. There’s history here. Founded in 1887, Armbrae is a small independent school located in the heart of Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the East Coast of Canada. But it’s not just the history we want to share; as rich as that is. This season intertwines the voices of students with alumni and faculty to share Armbrae’s academic, community and student approach. The perspectives balance both new and old ideas, embracing o ...
 
The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography's SoundCloud channel introduces you to notable men and women who've shaped the British past, worldwide. The biographies cover all walks of British life - including literature, the arts, sport, politics, business, and science - and range from pre-history to the 21st century. The stories are selected from the 60,000 lives within the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. The Dictionary is the national record of people who've left their mark on Brit ...
 
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TheologyCast

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TheologyCast

Ryan Reeves Kevin Taylor

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Theology Cast is a podcast with Ryan M. Reeves (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) and Kevin Taylor (Pfeiffer University). We discuss everything from theology, church history, pop culture, music, and...well anything that comes up along the way. The views do no necessarily express those of either Gordon-Conwell or Pfeiffer. Especially their view of Star Wars.
 
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The early church was Jewish. The people present for Pentecost were in Jerusalem for the Jewish festival of Shavuot. Peter used the writings of the Psalms and the Prophets to communicate with the crowds. Our understanding of the Book of Acts transforms when we read this within a Jewish centric context. Listen in as Pinchas Shir explains some of thes…
 
Sometimes it can be difficult to figure out which career choices best fit your personality. This workshop helps you ask the right questions and align your answers with your best-fit choices. Presented by Kim Dority, iSchool Career Consultant for Students and Alumni Access the captioned version of this webcast at https://youtu.be/y9puV5oIBFM…
 
It's finally here! Halloween Kills premiered on October 15th, and we saw it on opening weekend and recorded our immediate reactions just for you. Have you seen it? Let us know what you thought of it by reaching out to us on social media @TheFilmFlamers, or call our hotline and leave us a message at 972-666-7733! Watch Halloween Kills: https://www.p…
 
In this episode, Dr. Hettie V. Williams is in conversation with Dr. Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall about Haiti in history and popular culture. Dr. Williams is Associate Professor of African American history at Monmouth University. Dr. Goldstein Sepinwall is Professor and Graduate Studies Coordinator in the Department of History at California State Univ…
 
In this episode, Charles Colman, a lawyer and legal scholar turned crypto investor and legal strategist discusses his path to crypto investing and his thoughts on the dynamics of the NFT ecosystem. Colman begins by explaining how he became interested in and learned about cryptocurrencies and the NFT sector. He reflects on what he sees as some of th…
 
In this episode, Simon Indelicate, a member of the English band The Indelicates, among other things, discusses his new albums Arcadia Park and Starfield Lounge, as well as his essay "Why Your Music is Worthless (and How to Sell it Anyway)." Indelicate begins by describing the inspiration for and process of creating Arcadia Park and Starfield Lounge…
 
This is part of a series of episodes featuring prominent figures in the NFT and blockchain communities. In this episode, Sam Spike, a co-founder of JPG: The New Media Curation Protocol and a curator on FingerprintsDAO, discusses his work collecting and curating NFT-based art. He begins by describing how he made the transition from studying historic…
 
In this episode, Cathy Gellis, a lawyer, scholar, and legal commentator, discusses her work on internet policy and Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Gellis begins by explaining her work in the internet policy space. She describes the origins, purposes, and consequences of Section 230, and why it is so important to enabling free speech …
 
This podcast discusses the first season of AccessiBULL Justice, recaps remotely teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic for the Spring 2021 semester, and shares innovative ways the University at Buffalo School of Law's Clinical Legal Education Program used teaching remotely to the benefit of our student attorneys while creating community and culture …
 
What does the life of Oscar Wilde tell us about #metoo and predatory celebrity culture, in Victorian England and today? More than you might imagine, and in surprising ways at that. This week, Matthew Sturgis joins host Richard Aldous to talk about his new book, Oscar Wilde: A Life, to discuss all this and more.…
 
Join the Bridging Knowledge program staff and SJSU iSchool Student Services for an information session to learn more about this exciting IMLS-funded scholarship opportunity: Bridging Knowledge: Supporting Indigenous Scholars into the Field of Librarianship as well as the benefits of the 100% online ALA Accredited MLIS program at SJSU iSchool. Acces…
 
In this episode, Patrice Dabrowski takes us on a historical journey through the highly understudied Carpathian Mountains of Poland, Slovakia, and Ukraine. Her brand new book details the many forces at play in the mountainous region over the years from 1860 to 1980 and shows how this area gradually went from terra incongita to tourist attraction. We…
 
A giant on the world stage, Gen. Colin L. Powell found his calling in the ROTC program as an undergraduate at The City College of New York. Powell led the Cadet Corps on the Harlem campus, and upon graduating with a Geology degree in 1958, received his commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. The first Black American appointed to a serie…
 
Ashley E. Lyon holds a Ph.D. in Hebrew Poetry from the University of Birmingham in England. In addition to serving as Professor of Hebrew Bible with the Israel Bible Center, she also serves as Professor of Hebrew at the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies. Her research interests include Hebrew Poetry (especially the Psalms), Dead Sea Scrolls, bibl…
 
Join the Student Services Team for an overview of the Academic Librarianship MLIS pathway. Meet with iSchool faculty who have a background in this MLIS pathway. They will share insights about their classes, discuss tips, and answer student questions about preparing for a career in academic librarianship. Panelists include: Dr. Deborah Hicks Alison …
 
Amy Adamczyk joins Grant to discuss some of the most contentious topics in American culture. Why are Catholics, mainline Protestants, and Jews so bad at transmitting their faith to their children? Why have attitudes on abortion not liberalized over time the way views on homosexuality and marijuana use have? What can we learn from comparing Chinese …
 
We're continuing our deep dive into the Halloween franchise by immersing ourselves into 2018's Halloween, the sequel that horrifically murdered all the other sequels from the timeline. Directed by David Gordon Green and executive produced and scored by none other than John Carpenter himself, this sequel promises to return us to Haddonfield and into…
 
In this episode, Mike Masnick, founder and CEO of the Copia Institute and editor of the Techdirt blog, discusses his work on internet governance and the economics of abundance. He begins by discussing his book "Approaching Infinity," which reflects on what it means to move from a world of scarce resources to one of infinite digital resources. He al…
 
In this episode, Dr. Katie Parkin discusses Pushing Cool with Dr. Keith A. Wailoo. Parkin is a Professor of History at Monmouth University and the Jules Plangere, Jr., Endowed Chair in American Social History. She is the author of Food is Love: Advertising and Gender Roles in Modern America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005) and Women at the …
 
In this episode, Logan Strother, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Purdue University, discusses his article, "An Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Supreme Court Justices’ Public Rhetoric on Perceptions of Judicial Legitimacy," which he co-authored with Colin Glennon, as well as his other scholarship on judicial legitimacy. Strot…
 
We started out as the show that invited scholars, makers, and professionals to brunch for informal conversations about their work—but last season, we needed to record remotely. This year we’re excited to be able to bring back in-person interviews while still taking advantage of the flexibility afforded by our remote setup. This episode is a little …
 
In this episode, Thomas J. Tobin, an author, speaker, and scholar of higher education quality discusses his work on copyright education and distance learning. Among other things, he discusses how became interested in distance learning, how it lead to an interest in copyright policy and education, and the different ways in which he has advanced that…
 
Watch the full seminar titled: Can Bible Translations Be Trusted? We are all aware that modern versions probably have some inaccuracies. After all, they say different things sometimes! “But how bad can it really be?” the modern reader often wonders. This fascinating roundtable conference considers this and many other questions. Watch the other Roun…
 
For our 150th episode, we're finally deep diving into John Carpenter's 1978 horror slasher classic, Halloween, starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, et al. We're diving head-first into this daddy of new-wave horror by discussing its legacy and production history, along with deconstructing all the famous tropes we know and love. If Halloween …
 
Anne Carpenter joins Ryan to discuss the intersection of history, tradition, art, and theology. What is the difference between ressourcement and genealogy? Are art and theology the same thing? What can video games teach us about theology? How can everyday Christians contribute to renewing the theological tradition? Anne is associate professor of th…
 
Behind the headlines of diplomatic breakthroughs, unofficial peace brokers do quiet and discreet work setting up negotiations between hostile nations. Our guest for University of the Air was a member of peace delegations that laid the groundwork for ending hostilities between India and Pakistan, North and South Korea, and North and South Vietnam. J…
 
In this episode, Dr. Hettie V. Williams in conversation with Dr. Chris DeRosa about Black Reconstruction and “reconstructions” in U.S. history. Dr. DeRosa is Associate Professor of History and Chair of the Department of History and Anthropology at Monmouth University. Black Reconstruction in America, 1860-1880 is the title of a book published in 19…
 
On this episode, Marko Dumančić joins Lera and Cullan to talk about his recently published monograph entitled Men Out of Focus: The Soviet Masculinity Crisis in the Long Sixties wherein he unpacks the changing conceptions of men in post-Stalinist society by taking a deeper look at Soviet films made at the time. This is a fun conversation, riddled w…
 
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