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Our podcasts are about helping other with situation that they are going through. These are things like peer pressure, bullies, problems at home, and etc. CLRadvice is a group that comes together to help solve their problems or make it stop. You need help? contact us at CLR.Advice@hotmail.com
 
Better than Shakespeare is a podcast dedicated to socialist theatre. Each week we discuss a different play relevant to socialist struggle in its aesthetic, historical, and theoretical context. There are also jokes. The core team is Andy Boyd and Danny Erickson, but we also have a rotating roster of stellar guests from the worlds of theatre and socialism and socialist theatre.
 
MindTrip music, Founded by Pfirter 2006. Reinvented and relaunched in 2012 under the new name MindTrip. MindTrip Music was the creation of Buenos Aires born Juan Pablo Pfirter in 2006. The digital-only label acted as a springboard for upcoming Argentinian artists and of course, Pfirter himself, introducing those talents to the rest of the world. Over the years, the fledgling label allowed Juan Pablo the ability to experiment and play with music, sounds and textures and develop his own sense ...
 
Welcome to the Blended Families Ministry™ website. We are pleased you have come to visit us. We are dedicated to the restoration and reconciliation of blended families. We offer curriculum for individual and group study that is certified for credit at the Phoenix University of Theology. We also have several pages on Facebook available for the discussion of specific issues you may have relating to Blended Family. Welcome to the Blended Families Ministry™ https://www.blendedfamiliesministry.or ...
 
Sher Ali Khan and Zara Richter have formed this project named "Facing Autonomy" as a combination of Marxist author CLR James and the global movement most well known for originating in Italy named Autonomist Marxism. Specifically Facing Autonomy is a leftist blog and podcast in honor of American-British author CLR James and his mid twentieth century combination of anti-racist politics, Trotskyist deviationism and Anarchist or Council Communist approaches. James' work in many parts of his life ...
 
Plus Eins recordings launched in february 2011 and quickly established itself as one of the brightest new stars within Berlin’s glittering galaxy of electronic music labels, producers and DJs. Founded and owned by Jens Fuchs and Tim Hrymon, the label boasts a sound that is simultaneously familiar and innovative. Rooted in the classic structures of techno and minimal, Plus Eins recordings has harnessed the triple threat approach: its records reference vintage dancefloor minimalism, engage wit ...
 
Cadencia is a biweekly podcast from UK Techno artist Sejon. Each show will feature a resident mix from Sejon, embracing the latest cuts of underground techno and timeless classics. Previous guests have included: Ambivalent (Minus) Alberto Pascual (Plus8, Drumcode LTD) Reset Robot (Intacto, Truesoul) Dez (Etichetta Nera) Sasha Carassi (Drumcode, Rekluse, Soma) Ian Void (Geushky) Tunnel (Webuildmachines) Steve Parker (SCI+TEC Digital, Ovum, Spark) Justin James (Minus) Aleja Sanchez (Etichetta ...
 
This Podcast had been planned for ages, but Sade Rush only founded it in October 2011, in iTunes. It followed by extensive organizing work. First it came out with own mixes, since it have been coming out 2-times in a month with own and famous dj's mixes too from all over the world, containing fresh techno music, like the Australian DJ HI-Shock, the English Tom Laws, the American Dylan Drazen, and the Hungarian GabeeN and Monocraft's mixes. The aim of this Podcast is to show something new and ...
 
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With a significant number of registrars eligible to retire within the next ten years, mentoring the next generation of higher education registrars and admissions officers is critical. Adrienne Bricker and Jennifer Love join us to discuss the work of the AACRAO Mentorship Working Group, and to talk about their research and experiences with mentoring…
 
Tommi on GitHub - https://github.com/ikitommiTommi on Twitter - https://twitter.com/ikitommiMetosin's website - https://www.metosin.fi/en/Metosin on GitHub - https://github.com/metosinMalli - https://github.com/metosin/malliPrismatic Schema - https://github.com/plumatic/schemaClojure Spec - https://github.com/clojure/spec-alpha2Video Courses:https:…
 
June's episode on the MindTrip Podcast welcomes Moscow's Mary Yuzovskaya for an exclusive mix. Back in 2013 she relocated to NYC where she became a key figure in the US scene, performing regularly at different venues while she was also working as a vinyl distribution manager at renowned Brooklyn-based record shop Halcyon. Since 2020 she is based in…
 
In this episode, we continue our series on dialectics by completely losing our minds talking about Hegel. We break through Kant’s critical prohibition on speculative metaphysics and grasp the in-itself as the movement of dialectical negativity. We realize the unity of opposites. We are seized by the necessity of the absolute Idea in history. It’s a…
 
Arne on GitHub - https://github.com/plexusArne on Twitter - https://twitter.com/plexusKaocha - https://github.com/lambdaisland/kaochaLambda Island - https://lambdaisland.comLambda Island OSS - https://github.com/lambdaislandGaiwan Consultancy - https://gaiwan.coVideo Courses:www.LearnReitit.comwww.LearnReFrame.comwww.LearnReagent.com…
 
In this episode, we go back to the seventeenth century to talk about Thomas Hobbes’ hugely influential political philosophy. Focusing mostly on De Cive, we dive into his hilariously bleak anthropology, his totalitarian absolutism, and his uncomfortable fit within the modern tradition of political liberalism. But things are a little more complicated…
 
What is a learning organization and how do I know if I’m in one? In this episode of For the Record we talk with Erin Mason of UConn (and soon to be Ball State) about the characteristics of learning organizations and how you can implement them in your own institution. Is your office devoted to transparency, the creation of shared meaning-making, the…
 
Arne on GitHub - https://github.com/plexusArne on Twitter - https://twitter.com/plexusKaocha - https://github.com/lambdaisland/kaochaLambda Island - https://lambdaisland.comLambda Island OSS - https://github.com/lambdaislandGaiwan Consultancy - https://gaiwan.coVideo Courses:www.LearnReitit.comwww.LearnReFrame.comwww.LearnReagent.com…
 
In this episode, we start our series on dialectics with a conversation about Kant. If you’ve ever wondered what the hell this term means, then the WLOP crew is here for you. We talk about what human beings can know, what we can’t know but need to think, and introduce ourselves to the philosophy of history. patreon.com/leftofphilosophy | @leftofphil…
 
MindTrip Podcast episode 58th welcomes Steven Petit aka Border One for his debut mix. The Belgian artist has amassed an irrefutable reputation in his home country and beyond since the release of his first 12-inch record in 2015. SInce then he released several EPs on labels such as Knowledge Imprint, Setaoc Mass’ SK-eleven, Freddy K’s KEY vinyl impr…
 
In this episode, we explore the work of German anarchist Gustav Landauer. We work through the utility of utopia in political transformations and what is required to create richer communities and social life. In the end, we discover the one vibe we’re cool with: joy. Come on through for wild mysticism and learn what Meister Eckhart can do for you wh…
 
In this podcast, host Zara along with newly added Facing Autonomy Collective member Flo of London UK interview Psychiatric patient activist Sasha Durakov about his website Unsoundmind.org and about his work in Hearing Voices Network and his broader stances on matters of antipsychiatry in relation to anarchism.…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Professor Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò (@OlufemiOTaiwo) (Georgetown University) to discuss his work on the politics surrounding climate change and generative frameworks for global justice. In this wide-ranging discussion we address the urgency of climate politics for the African continent, what it means to connect the local to t…
 
April's episode on the MindTrip Podcast welcomes Los Angeles techno flag-bearer David Flores aka Truncate. David was introduced to the electronic music world at a very young age, DJing across Southern California. His producer career started a few years later with his first records under his David F and Audio Injection monikers on labels like Monoid…
 
Ghadi on GitHub - https://github.com/ghadishaybanTransit - https://github.com/cognitect/transit-cljFressian - https://github.com/Datomic/fressianProtocol Buffers - https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers/gRPC - https://grpc.ioVideo Courses:https://www.LearnReitit.com (new)https://www.LearnReFrame.comhttps://www.LearnReagent.com…
 
In this episode, we discuss Donna Haraway’s distinctive socialist cyberfeminism. We talk through the virtues and vices of her version of postmodern feminism and leftism, the ambivalent character of scientific knowledge production and new technologies, and the strange material powers of metaphor. Ask yourself: would you rather be a cyborg or a godde…
 
For the Record – Season 3 Episode 13- Connect, Educate, and Advocate with the Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus Episode Notes Description: With the recent significant rise in racist rhetoric and violence against Asian Americans, members of our community are experiencing fear, anger, and anxiety. In this episode of For the Record, we talk t…
 
Episode 9 explores the antinomies of autonomy and self-emancipation in the thought of C.L.R. James. Dr. William Clare Roberts joins us to discuss James’ legacy and how it fits into his book project on the history of “history from below.” Please be advised that a side-effect of this episode may be republicanism. (No, you Yanks, not the GOP. It’s the…
 
Zara, Sher, Arturo and Tancrede have a conversation about “Critique Of Violence” by Walter Benjamin. We discuss the various notions of “political general strike” and “proletarian general strike” contained in Benjamin’s landmark essay and we also relate the notions of violence in the essay to current events such as the farmer’s protest in India, the…
 
Registrars regularly oversee the practice of how credits are recorded in the academic record and how these credits apply towards educational credentials. Registrars are also often at the forefront of helping to shape the institutional policies related to Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). Listen as Becky Klein-Collins of the Council for Adult and Exp…
 
March's episode of the MindTrip podcast welcomes Amsterdam-based DJ, producer, and label owner TWR72 for an exclusive 1-hour mix. In 2014 he launched his own platform Float Records, one of the leading labels for raw and though Techno. This month marks the 50th release on Float, featuring TWR72's EP 'VOID'. Furthermore, he will soon become part of o…
 
In episode 8, we look to the writings of Aimé Césaire to guide a conversation about colonialism, neocolonialism, and anti-colonial thought and struggle. Focusing especially on his 1950 Discourse on Colonialism and his 1956 letter to Maurice Thorez—in which he explains his resignation from French Communist Party—we discuss the subjective and objecti…
 
Malcolm on Twitter - https://twitter.com/malcolmsparksMalcolm on GitHub - https://github.com/malcolmsparksliberator - https://github.com/clojure-liberator/liberatoredge - https://github.com/juxt/edgeapex - https://github.com/juxt/apexpick - https://github.com/juxt/pickreap - https://github.com/juxt/reapvext - https://github.com/juxt/vextspin - http…
 
Financial Aid is a critical student service office that relies heavily on the student data stewarded by the Registrar’s Office. Many of the things we do in the registrar’s office affect the work of financial aid counselors. Understanding what the flow of the financial aid cycle is, and how the work of the registrar fits into it, can make a big diff…
 
Episode 7 dives into class theory as we discuss why it’s important to make a normative case for class politics, misconceptions about who the working class is, and why the labor market dominates. We also ruminate on why workers don’t always organize and why solidarity is a counterculture. Plot twist: Lillian accuses everyone except herself of class …
 
The 55th edition of the MindTrip Podcast, comes from the west coast of USA and it's courtesy of Drumcell. Real name Moe Espinosa, he has was born in San Gabriel Valley, a culturally diverse neighborhood that still breeds inspiration for his work. San Gabriel Valley is also where he and the Raíz brothers, Vangelis and Vidal, met and founded Droid B…
 
In this interview with Zara and Sher of the Facing Autonomy Podcast, famed Anarchist writer Peter Gelderloos initially sketches out his personal history of organizing both in the US and in Barcelona, Spain as well as his early work before moving to an in-depth discussion of his most recent essay “Diagnostics of the Future”
 
Joakim Tengstrand - https://twitter.com/jtengstrandFurkan Bayraktar - https://twitter.com/furkan3ayraktarJames Trunk - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuhEJm7XI2aDwUCnZGZ1xYQPolylith Book - https://polylith.gitbook.io/polylith/Poly Tool - https://github.com/polyfy/polylithRealWorld Example app - https://github.com/furkan3ayraktar/clojure-polylith-…
 
In a conversation with two members of the AACRAO Black Caucus, this episode focuses on the practical applications and implications of equity and inclusion work. Along the way we talk about the work of the Black Caucus (and caucuses in general), ways the pandemic has challenged registrar’s offices and students alike, and ways that you can begin to e…
 
In this episode, we heal the divide between analytic and continental philosophy by finally giving logical positivism its due. Dr. Liam Kofi Bright (London School of Economics, @lastpositivist) explains the socialist roots of some of the positivists, details their views on the role of science and knowledge in projects of social betterment, and defen…
 
Joakim Tengstrand - https://twitter.com/jtengstrandFurkan Bayraktar - https://twitter.com/furkan3ayraktarJames Trunk - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuhEJm7XI2aDwUCnZGZ1xYQPolylith Book - https://polylith.gitbook.io/polylith/Poly Tool - https://github.com/polyfy/polylithRealWorld Example app - https://github.com/furkan3ayraktar/clojure-polylith-…
 
Full episode on the Patreon: patreon.com/leftofphilosophy In this episode, we talk about Simone de Beauvoir's masterful book The Ethics of Ambiguity. We spend some time with her typology of inadequate ethical positions, focusing on the subhuman, the serious person, and the nihilist, and discuss what it means to say that freedom is only possible as …
 
On this episode of Better than Shakespeare, Andy and Danny talk about Andy's play The Trade Federation, out now from NoPassport Press!https://www.lulu.com/de/de/shop/andy-boyd/the-trade-federation-or-lets-explore-globalization-through-the-star-wars-prequels/paperback/product-8wr68g.htmlBy Better than Shakespeare
 
On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, a group of armed insurrectionists stormed the United States Capitol building in Washington, DC, as Congress held a joint session to certify the election of Joseph Biden and Kamala Harris. This episode talks about the implications of this attack on US democracy, how it affects our institutions, and encourages people of…
 
Since 2015, AACRAO has been leading the charge in the development of a Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR). Partnering with other organizations such as NASPA, and working with a grant from the Lumina Foundation, AACRAO has made considerable progress in these efforts. CLRs seek to capture, record, and communicate learning when and where it happens in…
 
Conrad on Twitter - http://twitter.com/lisperatiConrad on GitHub - https://github.com/drcodeForward Blockchain - http://forwardblockchain.com/Land of Lisp - http://landoflisp.com/QlKit GitHub - https://github.com/forward-blockchain/qlkitQlKit Medium - https://medium.com/@conrad_9565/lets-build-a-ui-with-qlkit-and-graph-queries-79b7b118ddacVideo Cou…
 
New year, new month, new episode on the MindTrip Podcast. On this very first episode for 2021 Pfirter welcomes Spanish DJ, producer & label owner Tadeo for an exclusive 70 min mix. Based in Madrid, Tadeo, real name Miguel Sar, shares an amazing recording consisting of tracks by Phara, A Thousand Details, Antigone, Seleccion Natural, Oliver Rosemann…
 
Andy and Danny discuss the anti-feudal farce The Marriage of Figaro by Pierre Beaumarchais.We read this translation:https://oll.libertyfund.org/title/holcroft-the-marriage-of-figaro-or-the-follies-of-a-day#previewHere is a clip from Danny's favorite staging of the opera:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAYqk7jppL4…
 
In our fourth episode we talk about security, digging into Mark Neocleous' argument, following Marx, that security rather than liberty is 'the supreme concept of bourgeois society'. But we also ask the thorny question of how the left can speak to everyone's desire to feel safe while critically highlighting the racialized violence and ruling-class u…
 
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