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Brain Science makes recent discoveries in neuroscience accessible to listeners of all backgrounds with an emphasis on how these discoveries are unraveling the mystery of how our brains make us human. Host Ginger Campbell, MD interviews scientists to give you a first hand look at how science is really done. Full show notes and episode transcripts are available at http://brainsciencepodcast.com.
 
Ginger Campbell, MD host of the highly rated Brain Science Podcast, uses this podcast to explore her love of reading and ideas, including science, philosophy, history, and what ever else she is reading. This podcast comes out about once a month and often contains interviews of authors and scientists. Check http://booksandideas.com for details.
 
Graying Rainbows is a community that supports people of all genders and sexual identities, with a focus on the challenges of Coming Out LGBT+ Later in Life. We use interviews, history, and storytelling to connect people who are new to the Rainbow Community. Graying Rainbows is released on the first Monday each month.
 
Poetic Earthlings is a cosmic joyride for your ears. These are short, dark and beautiful stories that will challenge your perspective. Each show is different but they all will take you to unexpected places. If your new you can start with Programable, Better Version Of You, Murder Within the Colour Wheel or the latest episode. Since this is a cosmic joyride for your ears I recommend headphones, and a mug of ginger tea.
 
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Friends Lucy Brydon (the Scottish one) and Karen Campbell (the Not Scottish one) chat about all things Scotland in this weekly chat. From haunted castles and spooky stone circles to fairy lore and mythical creatures galore (and more!) join us with your wee dram and sense of humor each week as we kick back, relax and tell a Scottish tale or two with YOU! For uncut video versions, artwork by Karen & Lucy and more visit 1scot1not.com. Connect with us on Instagram & Twitter @1scot1not
 
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Western ruins have long been understood as objects riddled with temporal contradictions, whether they appear in baroque poetry and drama, Romanticism’s nostalgic view of history, eighteenth-century paintings of classical subjects, or even recent photographic histories of the ruins of postindustrial Detroit. Decay and Afterlife: Form, Time, and the …
 
Attempting to derive aesthetic systems from natural structures of human cognition, designers looked toward the “savage mind”—a way of thinking they associated with a racialized subaltern. In Savage Mind to Savage Machine: Racial Science and Twentieth-Century Design (U Minnesota Press, 2021), Ginger Nolan uncovers an enduring relationship between “t…
 
Get yourself prepared for Burns night by finding out all about our nations favourite poet! (well maybe not ALL about - but the juicy and interesting bits that's for sure!) Karen and Lucy are back after our winter break and we kick off by discussing New Year (or that's Hogmanay if you are Scots) celebrations and customs, and then diving into the nex…
 
Inspired by the complexity and heterogeneity of the world around us, and by the rise of new technologies and their associated behavior, The Architecture Concept Book (Thames and Hudson, 2018) seeks to stimulate young architects and students to think outside of what is often a rather conservative and self-perpetuating professional domain and to be i…
 
Architecture and the Senses in the Italian Renaissance: The Varieties of Architectural Experience (Cambridge UP, 2021) is the first study of Renaissance architecture as an immersive, multisensory experience that combines historical analysis with the evidence of first-hand accounts. Questioning the universalizing claims of contemporary architectural…
 
Shajar al-Durr--known as "Tree of Pearls"--began her remarkable career as a child slave, given as property to Sultan Salih of Egypt. She became his concubine, was manumitted, became his wife, served as governing regent, and ultimately rose to become the legitimately appointed sultan of Egypt in 1250 after her husband's death. Shajar al-Durr used he…
 
The late 19th and early 20th centuries in Europe were times of intense technological, social and political change and transformation, and so it’s no surprise that much of the art and literature of this period was equal in its innovative intensity, attempting to make sense of times that were radically out of joint. Traditional scholarship on this pe…
 
A utopian city made out of colours is devastated by a homicide. Is diversity a blessing or a curse? Season 4 is just around the corner with new original stories you can’t get out of your head. I’m on a mission to break down barriers and find the connected thread. If you believe the world is divided and tribal then join me. I don’t believe in so cal…
 
In Avant-Garde as Method: Vkhutemas and the Pedagogy of Space, 1920-1930 (Park Publishing, 2020), Anna Bokov examines the history of the Higher Art and Technical Studios (Vysshie khudozhestvenno-tekhnicheskie masterskie) in Moscow, known most commonly by its acronym Vkhutemas. Operating between 1920 and 1930, Vkhutemas was a centre for developing n…
 
This is our 15th annual review episode, which highlights the guests and key ideas we have shared in 2021. Interviews included return visits from Jeff Hawkins and David Eagleman. New guests including Anil Seth and Antonio Damasio, who both emphasized the importance of our bodies (not just our brains) in understanding Consciousness. Available soon: F…
 
Few figures in the American arts have stories richer in irony than does architect Minoru Yamasaki. While his twin towers of New York’s World Trade Center are internationally iconic, few who know the icon recognize its architect’s name or know much about his portfolio of more than 200 buildings. One is tempted to call him America’s most famous forgo…
 
Part of the series CAHIM Connecting Art Histories in the Museum, Anna McSweeney's book From Granada to Berlin: The Alhambra Cupola (Kettler Verlag, 2020) is the story of an extraordinary survivor from the Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain: the Alhambra cupola, now in the Museum of Islamic Art in Berlin. The cupola, a ceiling crafted from carved and…
 
One of the most famous rulers in Chinese history, the Yongle emperor (r. 1402–24) gained renown for constructing Beijing’s magnificent Forbidden City, directing ambitious naval expeditions, and creating the world’s largest encyclopedia. What the Emperor Built: Architecture and Empire in the Early Ming (U Washington Press, 2020) is the first book-le…
 
Michael S. Dodson's Bureaucracy, Belonging, and the City in North India: 1870-1930 (Routledge, 2020) is a re-evaluation of modern urbanism and architecture and a history of urbanism, architecture, and local identity in colonial north India at the turn of the twentieth century. Focusing on Banaras and Jaunpur, two of northern India's most traditiona…
 
Three Cities After Hitler: Redemptive Reconstruction Across Cold War Borders (U Pittsburgh Press, 2021) compares how three prewar German cities shared decades of postwar development under three competing post-Nazi regimes: Frankfurt in capitalist West Germany, Leipzig in communist East Germany, and Wrocław (formerly Breslau) in communist Poland. Ea…
 
We welcome back our resident ghostie expert Ginger! She is joining us again with some more personal ghost stories, including some Lee encounters (Lee is her resident ghost!) Join us to chat with her, be a wee bit spooked (Karen and Lucy certainly are!), and try to get to the bottom of what all this ghost stuff is about anyways! Apologies for the sl…
 
The object as solid, having three dimensions, is not just a different formal trend, but a paradigm shift; a reconceiving of how the architectural object is produced and experienced, changing the very concept of objectivity and meaning of architecture. This book celebrates the potential of the strange object, which finds its origin in the proto-spac…
 
Brutal Beauty: Aesthetics and Aspiration in the Indian City (Northwestern UP, 2021) follows a postcolonial city as it transforms into a bustling global metropolis after the liberalization of the Indian economy. Taking the once idyllic “garden city” of Bangalore in southern India as its point of departure, the book explores how artists across India …
 
Listen to the full audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/download Title: Kiss and Make-UpAuthor: Gene SimmonsNarrator: Gene SimmonsFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 hrs and 1 minLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 06-06-03Publisher: Phoenix BooksRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 321 votesGenres: Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity BiosPublisher…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Trust Me, I'm Dr. OzzySubtitle: Advice from Rock's Ultimate SurvivorAuthor: Ozzy Osbourne, Chris AyresNarrator: Frank SkinnerFormat: UnabridgedLength: 6 hrs and 42 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 10-11-11Publisher: Hachette AudioRatings: 4 of 5 out of 51…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: My Happy Days in HollywoodSubtitle: A MemoirAuthor: Garry MarshallNarrator: Garry MarshallFormat: UnabridgedLength: 11 hrs and 6 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 04-24-12Publisher: Random House AudioRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 308 votesGenres: Arts & Enterta…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: In the Country We LoveSubtitle: My Family DividedAuthor: Diane Guerrero, Michelle BurfordNarrator: Diane GuerreroFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 hrs and 10 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 05-03-16Publisher: Audible StudiosRatings: 4.5 of 5 out of 1369 votesG…
 
This week we are on a time crunch! If you are sick of our babbling then this is the episode for you! Lucy tells Karen all about the fairy hill of the Scotland - Mount Schiehallion! Not only do we hear some funny tales recounted from Scottish folklore books we also discover a scientific connection to this sacred place (well, we don't really, as the …
 
Behind the glistening snow lie something tragic. A family’s strange disappearance, three potential murders, and a life prison sentence all await on the outside. So what do these two scenes have in common? Make sure you tune in to find out! This is a special bonus*** episode, written by Brent Stark and taken from his podcast Most Precious Commodity.…
 
Creating a Culture of Predictable Outcomes: How Leadership, Collaboration, and Decision-Making Drive Architecture and Construction (Routledge, 2020) demonstrates the importance of creating cultures in the design and construction industries grounded in sophisticated-caring leadership, high-performing collaborative teams, and master-level decision-ma…
 
This month's episode of Brain Science features David Badre, author of "On Task: How Our Brain Gets Things Done." He gives us an overview of recent research in the field of cognitive control, which has has actually overturned some popular assumptions about things like willpower. Our focus is on the practical implications of this research. Links and …
 
In Asphalt: A History (U Nebraska Press, 2021), Kenneth O’Reilly provides a history of this everyday substance. By tracing the history of asphalt—in both its natural and processed forms—from ancient times to the present, O’Reilly sets out to identify its importance within various contexts of human society and culture. Although O’Reilly argues that …
 
How do you do archaeological research on a place that exists for only one week per year, in the middle of the Nevada desert, and is based on the ethos of "leave no trace?" In The Archaeology of Burning Man: The Rise and Fall of Black Rock City (U New Mexico Press, 2020), Dr. Carolyn White, a professor of anthropology at the University of Nevada, se…
 
Before there was Christianity and the Celtic world became dominated by men, Scotland was under the full influence of a most powerful female Goddess who was responsible for the creation of the Celtic World as well as the weather. You may know her only as "The Hag" but the Cailleach is so so much more than that! So buckle up your buskins, strap on yo…
 
The pioneering Egyptian architect and teacher Ramses Wissa Wassef (1911–74) is best known for his founding in 1951 of the Ramses Wissa Wassef Art Centre in Harraniya, a small village near the Giza Pyramids in Greater Cairo. The center, internationally acclaimed for its tapestries and sculptures, began partly as an art school for young villagers, re…
 
And no, we are NOT late! as you will find out, you've all been dressing up and dooking for apples on the WRONG DAY!! This week, we discuss the serious topic of Samhain in Scotland, and as usual, we are a laughing, ridiculous mess! Come hang out with us as Lucy schools Karen in all things Samhain. From how to say that gosh darn word to how it relate…
 
Graying Rainbows launched in November 2018. It's been an eventful three years, so this episode is a little different. It contains some advice for new listeners, reflections on lessons learned, and a brief look toward the future. Now that there are over 50 episodes I have done some re-organizing to make it easier to find certain content. The About p…
 
The Kaʿba is the famous cuboid structure at the center of the Great Mosque in Mecca. In his book The Kaʿba Orientations: Readings in Islam's Ancient House (Edinburgh University Press, 2020), Simon O'Meara (SOAS) looks at the way Muslims from the beginnings of Islam to the 18th century engaged with the existence of such a structure, as a location, a…
 
Neurologist and best-selling author Antonio Damasio is one of our most requested guests. This month we finally had the opportunity to talk about his newest book "Feeling & Knowing: Making Minds Conscious," which he explained is somewhat different from his previous efforts. His goal was to write something "briefer" and more accessible. Thus it is de…
 
How is emptiness made and what historical purpose does it serve? What cultural, material and natural work goes into maintaining 'nothingness'? Why have a variety of historical actors, from colonial powers to artists and urban dwellers, sought to construct, control and maintain (physically and discursively) empty space, and by which processes is emp…
 
Get Halloween ready by listening to our listener stories of spooky goings on! Plus Karen reads us an article about why we should be empathetic to ghosts feelings. Learn why Karen is more scared of the jump scare while Lucy is freaked out by the idea of a ghostly voyeur! To watch uncut episodes visit our YouTube channel on 1 scot 1 not To find out m…
 
Sandfuture (MIT Press, 2021) is a book about the life of the architect Minoru Yamasaki (1912–1986), who remains on the margins of history despite the enormous influence of his work on American architecture and society. That Yamasaki’s most famous projects—the Pruitt-Igoe apartments in St. Louis and the original World Trade Center in New York—were b…
 
A room’s acoustic character seems at once the most technical and the most mystical of concerns. Since the early Enlightenment, European architects have systematically endeavored to represent and control the propagation of sound in large interior spaces. Their work has been informed by the science of sound but has also been entangled with debates on…
 
Today, journalists, legal professionals, activists, and artists challenge the state's monopoly on investigation and the production of narratives of truth. They probe corruption, human rights violations, environmental crimes, and technological domination. Organisations such as WikiLeaks, Bellingcat, or Forensic Architecture pore over open-source vid…
 
Join us on a spooky haunted tour of the Edinburgh Vaults, as Lucy FREAKS Karen out (and herself in the process actually!) recounting tales of murder, witchcraft, fires (Yes sorry Karen, there was a great fire in Edinburgh!) and more importantly a hell of a lot of ghostly activity! Karen is promising that next week will be all rainbows, unicorns and…
 
Well friends, we've hit a new low on the 1 Scot 1 Not Podcast! Definitely keep your little ones out of the room while you're watching/listening to this episode. In an unexpected twist we are covering everything from penis necklaces to sexual positions and NOT ON PURPOSE! WE promise! Karen had no idea what she was going to uncover when researching f…
 
Boredom is a ubiquitous feature of modern life. Endured by everyone, it is both cause and effect of modernity, and of situations, spaces and surroundings. As such, this book argues, boredom shares an intimate relationship with architecture-one that has been seldom explored in architectural history and theory. Boredom, Architecture, and Spatial Expe…
 
We are having a green lady ghostie experience and Sean Campbell (Karen's husband) is NOT invited! This week both Karen and Lucy recount some stories of this strange faerie/ghost creature of Scotland. Find out why we think they may actually be poltergeists, why you wouldn't want to piss them off (dust in your food anyone?!) and whether Karen is team…
 
This episode of Graying Rainbows is a review of Billie Jean King's new autobiography "All In." I highly recommend the audio version because it is read by King and her emotions come through. King's story includes "coming out later in life." She describes the toll that the delay took on her health and happiness, as well as the new sense of freedom sh…
 
Digital tools have launched architecture into a dizzying new era, one in which wood, stone, metal, glass, and other traditional materials are augmented by pixels and code. In The Materiality of Architecture (U Minnesota Press, 2021), an eminent thinker examines what, exactly, the building blocks of architecture have meant over the centuries and how…
 
Jeff’s lifeless body is wheeled back and forth from the office.The first potential head transplant makes the news. Perhaps my colleague could leave his wheelchair behind but is this just a distraction? Season 3, Episode 11 Most of us are distracted with the nonessentials. We worry ourselves to death about trivial things. We live in a world of distr…
 
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