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Best The Bard Podcast Network podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best The Bard Podcast Network podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Alexander Bard and Andrew Sweeny on creating The Grand Narrative. Books by Alexander Bard (with Jan Söderqvist) The Futurica Trilogy Syntheism – Creating God in the Internet Age Digital Libido - Sex, power and violence in the network society For More Andrew Sweeny Sweeny Verses Podcast: https://anchor.fm/podcast-c709ee4 Medium Blog: https://medium.com/@andrewpgsweeny Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/andrewsweeny Donate: www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=KD57SG2TAQW ...
 
Brought to you by The Close Reads Podcast Network, The Play's the Thing is the ultimate resource for lovers of Shakespeare. Dedicating six episodes to each play (one per act, plus a Q&A episode), this podcast explores the themes, scenes, characters, and lines that make Shakespeare so memorable. In the end, we will cover every play The Bard wrote, thus permitting an ongoing contemplation and celebration of the most important writer of all time. Join us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o ...
 
Welcome to Dicey Tales, a D&D 5e campaign run in a custom setting. Our DM, Devin, leads the group through mayhem, adventure, and twisting dungeons. Join Peltier (Robert), Goba (Dan), Sloan (Laura), Edwin (William), and Ea (Brianna) as they travel through the world of Baltha and across the pages of Saren Vastseer's library! Intro music Music: Gnome Village - Kevin Macleod From: BattleBards.com Under License: BattleBards Podcasters Audio License Additional intro "Adventure Meme" Kevin MacLeod ...
 
Attraction and destination marketers explore the unique marketing challenges, successful tactics and emerging trends with host Whitney Hahn. Learn smart ways to engage guests and leverage technology while avoiding marketing pitfalls and shaking old habits. Each 25-30 minute episode features top marketing officers, PR specialists, tourism promoters and more, from places like Dollywood, The Newseum, The Public Theater, the Downtown Denver Partnership and Discover Lehigh Valley. Brought to you ...
 
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Here we include Thomas Hamelryck, scientist and machine learning expert, and a practitioner of Buddhist Tantra. Thomas is part of a discussion group called the Intellectual deep web. How do we understand Tantra in a western context and how does tantra differ from Sutra. NEW PODCAST VERSION: https://anchor.fm/andrew-sweeny Support this channel and m…
 
Here we include Thomas Hamelryck, scientist and machine learning expert, and a practitioner of Buddhist Tantra. Thomas is part of a discussion group called the Intellectual deep web. How do we understand Tantra in a western context and how does tantra differ from Sutra. NEW PODCAST VERSION: https://anchor.fm/andrew-sweeny Support this channel and m…
 
James Baldwin (1924-1987) was a fearless artist, an uncompromising critic, a brilliant essayist, and an American who lived within his time and yet was decades ahead of it. In this episode, Jacke takes a look at Going To Meet the Man," Baldwin's provocative story of the power dynamics at play within a white Southern man who attends a lynching. (Warn…
 
William Faulkner (1897-1962) is one of the most celebrated and divisive figures in American literature. Widely recognized as one of the greatest novelists America has produced, his fiction and his life have become the stuff of legend. In this episode of The History of Literature, Jacke talks through our understanding of Faulkner and what he means t…
 
In the 1950s, William Faulkner (1897-1962) was one of most celebrated novelists in America, highly praised for this formal innovation, his prodigious storytelling gifts, and his sweeping, multigenerational portrait of Southern society.James Baldwin (1924-1987) was a writer on the rise, youthful and energetic, fearless and incisive, known for essays…
 
"Our dear enemies," a French writer once said of the English. Englishman John Cleese called them "our natural enemies" and joked "if we have to fight anyone, I say let's fight the French." With the exception of a few big twentieth-century alliances, the French and the English have been at each others' throats for a thousand years. Occasionally this…
 
John Cheever (1912-1982) scratched the surface of the American suburbs and found that they were built over a deep pit of despair. His short stories and novels, which chronicled the lives of those damaged psyches trying to put an alcohol-fueled gloss on the world's dark stains, earned him admiration and acclaim - and seem to have done little to ease…
 
Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) went from a childhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to a wildly successful literary career, as his poems, short stories, and essays stunned the world with their inventiveness, intellectual seriousness, and flights of imagination. He was more than a writer, and maybe more even than an icon: he was what we might call a hum…
 
In this special quarantine edition, Jacke takes a brief look at the life and works of Kazuo Ishiguro, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, and his short story, "A Village After Dark."Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. (We appreciate it!) Find out more at historyofliterature.com, jackewilson.com, or…
 
Welcome back to this series on Shakespeare's classic comedy, As You Like It! In this series Tim and Heidi discuss love and disorder in Shakespearean comedy, the natural world versus the civilized world, Rosalind's delightfulness, and how Shakespeare can help us deal with the self-quarantine blues. Remember to rate and review if you like this episod…
 
Imagine a plague that ravages the world and impairs the ability of humans to communicate with one another. What kind of society would we have? Who would take power and how would they hold it? What would the world be like for the powerless? How would children adapt and survive? In "Speech Sounds," Octavia E. Butler invites us to consider these quest…
 
When was The Bard at his best? How great did the GOAT get? Hall-of-fame guest Mike Palindrome, the President of the Literature Supporters Club, joins Jacke for a discussion of the Top 10 Greatest Lines of Shakespeare.Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. (We appreciate it!) Find out more at historyoflitera…
 
Some topics covered in this wide ranging lateral conversation: Alexander's experience with Covid 19, Pathos and Mythos, The Symbolic and the imaginary, Jaques Lacan and Rene Girard, Moses and monotheism The split phallus, When men fuck up: Peter Pan and Caligula, Dialectics of the axial age, Monism and Emergence Vectors, Buddhism and Zoroastrianism…
 
Another special quarantine edition! In this action-packed episode, Jacke talks to Robyn Speed and Tatiana Santos of the African Library Project (africanlibraryproject.org), an organization that has helped create or improve more than three thousand libraries in Africa. He then turns to the great Italo Calvino and his short story masterpiece, "The Di…
 
Professor Mitchell Nathanson, author of Jim Bouton: The Life of a Baseball Original, joins Jacke for a discussion of athletes, heroes, and A.E. Housman. Why do we celebrate athletes? How do we view them when their athleticism fades? And what does it all mean? We'll look at the problems of male vulnerability, the groundbreaking work Ball Four by Jim…
 
William Trevor was born in Ireland in 1928. When he was 26, he moved to England, where for the next 62 years he quietly became one of the most celebrated writers in the English-speaking world. In today's History of Literature episode, Jacke takes a look at one of his greatest short stories, "After Rain."Help support the show at patreon.com/literatu…
 
Yiyun Li (1972- ) was born in Beijing, China, the daughter of a teacher and a nuclear physicist. She dreamed of studying in America, hoping to escape an oppressive political regime and an unhappy family life. But when she arrived at the University of Iowa at the age of 23, a math prodigy and burgeoning immunologist, she found herself drawn to liter…
 
In 1773, Phillis Wheatley became the first person of African descent to publish a book of poems in the English language. It was yet another milestone in Wheatley's extraordinary life, which began with a childhood in Africa, a passage on a slave ship, twelve years in Boston living as a slave, and then her unprecedented education and emergence as a p…
 
Some topics covered in this wide ranging lateral conversation: Jordan Peterson; A plural sensocracy; Process and Event; Phallus and Matrix; Men and Purpose; Dictatorship; Tonality and etiquette; Cancel culture Heretics; Sex, Art, and Violence; The need of the trickster; Passive agressive lynch mob—and so much more … And so much more DONATE ON PAYPA…
 
In early 1900, the paths of three British writers - Rudyard Kipling, Mary Kingsley, and Arthur Conan Doyle - crossed in South Africa, during what has become known as Britain's last imperial war. In this episode, Sarah LeFanu, author of the new book Something of Themselves: Kipling, Kingsley, Conan Doyle and the Anglo-Boer War, joins Jacke to talk a…
 
Some topics covered in this wide ranging lateral conversation: HIV vs Coronavirus, The eternal recurrence, Nietzsche and Deleuze, Nomadology vs Eventology, Circular vs Linear Time, Greek and Roman Nomadology vs Persian and Jewish Eventology, Mythos and Logos (science and story), Men and women vulnerability to C-19, Eventology vs Exedology, The exod…
 
More bonus content! For those of you living in isolation (and those of you who aren't), Jacke explores the depths of the human condition - as well as its ultimate beauty - with the help of Anton Chekhov (1860-1904) and his short story masterpiece, "Gusev."Help support the show at patreon.com/literature or historyofliterature.com/shop. (We appreciat…
 
As the world deals with a pandemic, we turn to one of America's greatest (and least appreciated) writers, Katherine Anne Porter, and her masterpiece, Pale Horse, Pale Rider, a short novel that tells the story of Miranda, a newspaper woman who falls ill during the 1918 flu pandemic (also known as the "Spanish flu"), and the love of her life, Adam, a…
 
In this bonus episode, Tim chats with Emma Firminger and Jared Mack of the Bear Creek School drama program. They recently put on The Tempest, so Tim invited them on the show to chat about the challenges of memorizing lines of Shakespeare, how to interpret Prospero, and what happens when your state hits a snag. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and …
 
Some topics covered in this wide ranging conversation: John Vervaeke;; Joker; 4 Human drives; Transrationalism; Nomadology; Ecotopianism; Cosmopolitanism; Experimentalism; Communism Emergence; The trickster DONATE ON PAYPAL Patreon Medium Rebel Wisdom Articles Twitter Facebook Links to books by Alexander Bard with Jan Söderqvist: The Futurica Trilo…
 
Some topics covered in this wide ranging conversation: The film Joker American; Individualism; Buddhism, Taoism, Zoroastrianism; The need for religion; Monism; Patriarchy and Matriarchy; Imploitation vs Exploitation; The Garden of Babel; The need for a Heroic principle Ecotopia DONATE ON PAYPAL Patreon Medium Rebel Wisdom Articles Twitter Facebook …
 
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