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Best Academic podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Academic podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Authority File provides insight on the academic library market through conversations with representatives of some of the biggest and most innovative companies influencing it, as well as authors of insightful books, librarians who are transforming their field, and academics whose research is laying the groundwork for the future.
 
Meet medical students and residents, clinicians and educators, health care thought leaders and researchers in this podcast from the journal Academic Medicine. Episodes chronicle the stories of these individuals as they experience the science and the art of medicine. Guests delve deeper into the issues shaping medical schools and teaching hospitals today. Subscribe to this podcast and listen as the conversation continues. The journal Academic Medicine serves as an international forum to advan ...
 
Welcome to In Depth Out Loud, a selection of long form stories written by academic experts for The Conversation UK. Each episode brings you the audio version of a different story across a wide range of subjects, from science, to politics, health, culture and business. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.
 
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 ...
 
Lively conversations with professors, fellows, scholars, and friends of the University of Notre Dame's de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. The Center is committed to sharing the richness of the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition through teaching, research, and dialogue, at the highest level and across a range of disciplines. For more information visit http://ethicscenter.nd.edu
 
Hey I'm Matt, and if you're interested in understanding the Bible better and you prefer your Christianity quick and punchy with a healthy side of humor, and an equally healthy side of me not telling you what to do, we're probably going to get along great. This is my podcast where we pick a book of the Bible and then break it down one part at a time every weekday morning.
 
Hi-Phi Nation is philosophy in story-form, integrating narrative journalism with big ideas. We look at stories from everyday life, law, science, popular culture, and strange corners of human experiences that raise thought-provoking questions about things like justice, knowledge, the self, morality, and existence. We then seek answers with the help of academics and philosophers. The show is produced and hosted by Barry Lam of Vassar College.
 
Sometimes, your child forgets to share the notes from their backpack that tell you everything that’s happening at their school. On Notes from the Backpack: A PTA Podcast, we give you the inside scoop on how to help your child succeed—in school and at home. We discuss real issues with parents and experts—from handling homework to school discipline—to support you every step of the way! Join the conversation using #BackpackNotes and learn more at PTA.org/BackpackNotes.
 
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 ...
 
Dr. Mark Stout, Director of the MA in Global Security Studies at Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Programs and former intelligence officer, welcomes the leading minds in Global Security for lively discussions on the challenges and events of our time.
 
Blunt Talk is a unique podcast, about Good Inspiring News Only. There’s enough depressing news to attack your mind every day. We won’t add to it. Blunt Talk is one of a kind. You won’t hear Blunt Talk often in real-life but you will in this Podcast. Blunt Talk has one goal: to answer the questions you’ve asked for decades - how to reach the specific goals you’ve asked about. How to get your dream job. How to lose fat in body, mind, and soul. How to get in top shape physically and mentally. H ...
 
Roger Dooley is the author of Brainfluence: 100 Ways to Persuade and Convince Consumers with Neuromarketing, and has been studying the effects of psychology, behavior research, and neuroscience on persuasion and marketing in business, leadership and everyday life. In every episode, Roger shares brain-oriented tactics, along with the expertise of his guests, to increase persuasion with concrete, research-based neuromarketing advice. Guests include best-selling authors and thought leaders like ...
 
A folklorist, an ethnologist and a philosopher walk into a podcast. Welcome to a semi-academic hangout where the questions are more important than the answers. Hosted by Charlotta Rosenberg, Marianne Robertsson and Arwen Meereboer. Follow us on social media! @queerasfolklore on twitter, @queerasfolklorepodcast on instagram and subscribe via your podcatcher of choice!
 
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Hosts Toni Gallo and associate editor Dr. Colin West (@ColinWestMDPhD) and guest Dr. Jonathan Ripp discuss the state of clinician well-being during COVID-19 and how it's similar or different to what we’ve seen before. Dr. Ripp talks about what he and his colleagues at Mount Sinai are doing to identify and mitigate stressors for clinicians and suppo…
 
In Epic Journey: Life and Times of Wasyl Kushnir (Academic Studies Press, 2020), Andrei Kushnir documents the story of his father, Wasyl Kushnir, who was born in the western part of Ukraine in 1923. The book is based on Wasyl Kushnir’s memoirs and it includes a number of photos that help reconstruct his personal story. Narrating his family story, W…
 
On Scripps College Week: Do you have to let the government search you? Jennifer Groscup, associate professor of psychology, has the answer. My primary area of research interest is in the intersection of psychology and law. I am particularly interested in legal decision making, expert evidence, scientific evidence, and the affect of attitudes and pr…
 
The members of Donald Trump's controversial cabinet are regular features of the 24-hour news cycle. He has fired members of his cabinet who challenge his thinking on a host of foreign and domestic issues. Just ask Rex Tillerson, James Mattis, and Jeff Sessions. But how did our first president, George Washington, imagine the role of the cabinet? In …
 
In this tutorial, we take a look at a comprehensive task 1 checklist that you can use in your IELTS exam, to ensure that you do not lose any unnecessary marks on your test. REMINDER: USING CHECKLISTS is a great way to check your STRATEGY has worked! It is a great idea to use a checklist to make sure you have covered everything you should in Task 1.…
 
Ever wonder why PM&R was ranked third highest for physician burnout? Want to know what we can do about this at an institutional and personal level? Listen to Dr. Gerard Francisco, a past AAP President, current CMO at TIRR Memorial Hermann, and co-author of the ABPM&R study on burnout in physiatrists, share his thoughts.This podcast is brought to yo…
 
For the second episode of The Side Comment, we are joined by Edwin Battistella, author of "Dangerous Crooked Scoundrels: Insulting the President, from Washington to Trump," to teach us five important things about pronouns.Edwin L. Battistella teaches linguistics and writing at Southern Oregon University in Ashland, where he has served as a dean and…
 
Join us in the third installment of ALiEM's The Leader's Library, which is a professional development book club for health professionals. Led by Dr. Dina Wallin and a team of renowned educators, the featured book is an illustrated text by Jon Gordon and Damon West, called The Coffee Bean. https://www.aliem.com/leaders-library-coffee-bean/…
 
Josie and Bruce talk with Dr. Jeremy Hall from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Hall discusses his experience choosing public administration and an academic career and his approach to networking within the field. He also discusses his role as co-editor of Public Administration Review, the mechanics of managing a journal, and what editors wish…
 
Are you worried about what your summer might look like as an academic this year? I’m sharing advice and actionable tips for how to get writing done, even this summer. Summer has a beautiful appeal to us as academics. The spring semester is over and summer stretches ahead of us with the appeal of more control, more time, less demands. But, even when…
 
There’s no time like the COVID-19 pandemic to learn about the interconnectedness of countries in the Middle East – even across conflict lines. Gidon Bromberg, director of EcoPeace Middle East, shows the urgency – and feasibility – of coordinating environmental policies and sharing vital resources between Israel, Palestine and Jordan. Because water,…
 
Though his advice has saved the lives of millions of people, the name Ignaz Semmelweis is not one commonly known today. In his book Anthony Valerio’s Semmelweis: The Women's Doctor (Zantedeschi Books, 2019). Valerio details the many struggles Semmelweis faced in winning acceptance for his advice on antiseptic procedures. The son of a Buda spice mer…
 
Ronnie Grinberg speaks with Pamela S. Nadell, the Patrick Clendenen Chair in Women’s and Gender History and director of Jewish studies at American University. Her books include America's Jewish Women, winner of the Everett Family Foundation Book of the Year Award from the Jewish Book Council, and Women Who Would Be Rabbis, a National Jewish Book Aw…
 
Jah Kingdom: Rastafarians, Tanzania, and Pan-Africanism in the Age of Decolonization (UNC Press, 2017), examines Rastafarian repatriation to Tanzania in the 1970s and 1980s. In doing so, Monique A. Bedasse situates Rastafarianism’s connection to black radical politics and internationalism within Tanzania, the site for pan-African solidarity in inde…
 
Date: June 1, 2020 Series: Your Daily CV The daily episode of everything new in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (cs.CV). List of papers: -1. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14354 -2. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14446 -3. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14711 -4. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14264 -5. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14502 -6. https://arxiv.or…
 
Date: June 1, 2020 Series: Your Daily Robotics The daily episode of everything new in Robotics (cs.RO). List of papers: -1. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14703 -2. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14347 -3. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14406 -4. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14433 -5. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14629 -6. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14679 -7. http…
 
Collaboration is a key component of academia. While it’s easy to romanticize the lone scholar typing away in an ivory tower, academics working together birth some of the best and most exciting ideas—especially when each holds a different background or perspective. Sarah Todd, an English-speaking professor at Carleton University, discovered this for…
 
Episode 857. The missing link in your life. Visit on Instagram to watch the video. Blunt Talk Podcast is guaranteed “TO LIFT.” X Fitness is committed to lifting in body, mind, and soul. There’s enough depressing news. We won’t add to it. Good Inspirational News Only. Free, permanently archived downloads compliments of X Fitness. Blessings & all goo…
 
Challenging the geographical narrative of the history of Islam, Chiara Formichi’s new book Islam and Asia: A History (Cambridge University Press, 2020), helps us to rethink how we tell the story of Islam and the lived expressions of Muslims without privileging certain linguistic, cultural, and geographic realities. Focusing on themes of reform, pol…
 
As historical topics, political revolutions come in and out of fashion. At the moment the American Revolution as an ideological struggle engages the public, but historians are less sure. Books that used to have the Revolution at their centre now approach it from the edges and peripheries, integrating the experiences of people and communities exclud…
 
Episode 856. The next-level, and the next level... Visit on Instagram to watch the video. Blunt Talk Podcast is guaranteed “TO LIFT.” X Fitness is committed to lifting in body, mind, and soul. There’s enough depressing news. We won’t add to it. Good Inspirational News Only. Free, permanently archived downloads compliments of X Fitness. Blessings & …
 
On Allegheny College Week: What keeps homicide rates down from drug traffickers in some Mexican municipalities? Shannan Mattiace, professor of political science and international studies, takes a look across the border to find out. Dr. Shannan Mattiace is a professor of Political Science and International Studies at Allegheny College in Meadville, …
 
Date: May 29, 2020 Series: Your Daily CV The daily episode of everything new in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (cs.CV). List of papers: -1. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13705 -2. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13605 -3. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.14169 -4. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13983 -5. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13826 -6. https://arxiv.or…
 
Tom Peters is the co-author of In Search of Excellence, the book that changed the way the world does business and is often tagged as the best business book ever. Seventeen books and thirty-five years later, he is still at the forefront of the “management guru industry” that he single-handedly invented. Tom joins the show today to share how business…
 
Landscape of Migration: Mobility and Environmental Change on Bolivia's Tropical Frontier, 1952 to the Present (UNC Press, 2020), traces the entwined histories of Andean, Mennonite, and Okinawan migrants to Amazonian Bolivia during the twentieth century, exploring how each of these communities forged and contested the landscape of agrarian citizensh…
 
According to Viet Thanh Nguyen, all wars are fought twice: first on the field of battle, and then in the struggles over memory. In Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War (Harvard University Press, 2016) he explores the various ways in which the American War in Vietnam has been remembered and forgotten. But this wide-ranging, erudite, and …
 
Alexander Bukh’s These Islands Are Ours: The Social Construction of Territorial Disputes in Northeast Asia (Stanford University Press 2020) provides critical historical perspective on the social construction of territorial disputes between Japan and its neighbors in Northeast Asia. In his analysis of Japan’s rows over the “Northern Territories” (wi…
 
A stark disparity exists between black and white youth experiences in the justice system today. Black youths are perceived to be older and less innocent than their white peers. When it comes to incarceration, race trumps class, and even as black youths articulate their own experiences with carceral authorities, many Americans remain surprised by th…
 
Episode 855. Special mindset. Visit on Instagram to watch the video. Blunt Talk Podcast is guaranteed “TO LIFT.” X Fitness is committed to lifting in body, mind, and soul. There’s enough depressing news. We won’t add to it. Good Inspirational News Only. Free, permanently archived downloads compliments of X Fitness. Blessings & all good things. #pea…
 
On Allegheny College Week: We have lots to learn from sourdough bread. Eric Pallant, professor of environmental science and sustainability, explains why. Dr. Eric Pallant has been a professor of Environmental Science at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania since 1987. He is also chair of the department of Environmental Science and Sustainab…
 
He got a call to consult on the Hollywood film The Man Who Knew Infinity, starring Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel. The director was so impressed with his knowledge of the life and work of Indian math prodigy Ramanujan that he invited him on set. By the time the credits rolled, he was an associate producer on the movie. But Ono’s own life would make a f…
 
Date: May 28, 2020 Series: Your Daily CV The daily episode of everything new in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (cs.CV). List of papers: -1. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13532 -2. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13363 -3. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13219 -4. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13135 -5. https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.13192 -6. https://arxiv.or…
 
The balance of power in nineteenth-century Europe was anchored on one end by the redoubtable Queen Victoria (1819 -1901), the doyenne of sovereigns, and at the opposite end by the autocratic Romanov dynasty — four successive emperors who ruled Russia during Victoria's own 63-year reign. Between these great powers lay the rising military power of Pr…
 
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