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Best Institute for Humane Studies podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Institute for Humane Studies podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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This is a podcast for people who are curious about the world and themselves featuring talks and conversations presented by the Public Programs department of California Institute of Integral Studies, a non-profit university in San Francisco. Listen to a diverse array of world-renowned scholars, leaders, authors, artists, and thinkers who all explore new perspectives about ourselves and our society.
 
Conversations about projects and research undertaken by scholars at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University. Hosted by former New York Times journalist and current CASBS research affiliate John Markoff. CASBS brings together great minds to generate new knowledge to address wicked problems and significant societal challenges. It is a place where diverse thinkers collectively produce transformative outcomes that none could produce independently. ...
 
Lane DeGregory, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter at the Tampa Bay Times, is a masterful storyteller. Each episode of WriteLane is a discussion of craft, using prime examples of narrative journalism. DeGregory joined the Times in 2000 after working for two papers in Virginia. She has won dozens of national awards, including twice winning Scripps Howard’s Ernie Pyle Award for human interest writing, eight National Headliner Awards and eight awards from the American Society of Newspaper Editor ...
 
The series, Discover Design presents varied aspects of Interior, space, products, communication, and service design to inform the participants of the what, the how, and why of Design. They may be case studies of earlier projects, trends that may be visualized, or issues concerning the subject area. The webinars are attended by young Design aspirants, Design professionals, and those interested to understand influences, future impacts, material and products, crafts, human & technology interven ...
 
Doing Translational Research explores the process of translating research findings into policy and practice and working with practitioners and policy makers to design more effective research studies. The podcast is produced by The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research (BCTR) at Cornell University. The BCTR expands, strengthens, and speeds the connections between research, policy, and practice to enhance human development and well-being.
 
Produced by The DocPreneur Institute, an educational resource and Mentor/Coaching arm of Concierge Medicine Today, The DPC Journal, CMT Canada and The AJRM. We are the collective voice of Concierge Medicine and highlight thought leaders, innovation and new business model design for America's Healthcare Marketplace. Hosted by Michael Tetreault and Catherine Sykes, the program dives into trends and best practices in all areas of free market healthcare delivery, Concierge Medicine, Retail Healt ...
 
Listen to lectures from workshops and events put on by the Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS). KISS is a "think and do tank" designed to develop new planetary, Earth, and astrophysics space mission concepts and technology by bringing together a broad spectrum of scientists and engineers for sustained scientific and technical interaction. It is a joint institute of the California Institute of Technology and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
 
Enriching Selections from the Eagle River Institute for the Practical Orthodox Christian in American Society - Since 1995, many well-known Orthodox scholars and pastors have presented lectures at The Eagle River Institute of Orthodox Christian Studies related to Orthodox theology and history. These lectures are designed for lay people serious about their Christian faith.
 
The Australia-China Relations Institute (ACRI) is an independent, non-partisan research institute established in 2014 by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Chinese studies centres exist in other Australian universities. UTS:ACRI, however, is Australia’s first and only research institute devoted to studying the relationship of these countries. UTS:ACRI seeks to inform Australia’s engagement with China through research, analysis and dialogue grounded in scholarly rigour. The ACRI Podca ...
 
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In this podcast we will look at the moral complexity behind the command to utterly annihilate an Israelite city proven to be idolatrous. The debate around the practical application of this passage results in some interesting textual comparisons to other… Read the rest Continue reading 5780 — Re’eh: Was there ever an Ir Nidahat or Subverted City? at…
 
JS Institute of Design invites you to learn about career opportunities in Interior Design with Parag Singal the Principal Architect at Parag Singal Architects and Pankhuri Goel the Design Principal at Studio Lotus.Key Takeaways:• Opportunities in Interior Design• Creative Visualization Vs. Software Application• Development of Professional Attitude•…
 
Video of this conversation Social Science for a World in Crisis CASBS director Margaret Levi, co-editor of the Annual Review of Political Science, recently curated discussions with Christian Davenport and Rachel Kleinfeld that explore findings in articles they published in the Review. The Long-Term Consequences of Street Clashes "Privilege Violence…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to more fully reveal injustices, inequities, and imbalances that contribute to climate change, ecological degradation, and economic instability that threaten our individual and collective well-being. This potent time invites us to consider questions like: How can we cultivate individual, collective, and ecological re…
 
Several states have explored ways to protect consumers from these surprise bills.Gov. Kemp Signs Landmark Healthcare LegislationJuly 17, 2020Atlanta, GA – Governor Brian P. Kemp today signed several pieces of legislation to ensure a safer and healthier Georgia. Among the bills signed at a ceremony at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital were bills to reduc…
 
When facing anxiety, we usually try to make it go away. But what if this emotion was actually trying to help? According to empathy pioneer and author Karla McLaren, when we ignore or repress our anxiety, it can overwhelm us, but when we learn to welcome anxiety, we can access its remarkable gifts.In this episode, Karla is joined by licensed psychol…
 
JS Institute of Design invites you to learn about Timber - The Most Sustainable Building Material with Artius' Bhawana SharmaA conversation between Bhawana Sharma, Founder of Artius Interior Products and our Dean Nien Siao, a stalwart in design academicsKey Takeaways:• New Developments in Types of timber• Interior Products from wood – Fenestration,…
 
As social distancing becomes a new way of life, connecting with friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors can be difficult and stressful. Suddenly we find ourselves in a new social landscape at a time when we need our communities most. Many are experiencing feelings of isolation and depression. All over the world, from balcony sing-alongs to Zoom …
 
This is episode 62 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it Joanna Leidenhag and I (Jonathan Rutledge) continue our interview with Dr Tasia Scrutton(University of Leeds) about her recent book, Christianity and Depression (SCM Press). If you're interested in jumping around to different points of the interview, here are some timestamps to help:0:56 - Ho…
 
Video of this conversation Their paper in the Harvard Journal on Legislation "Twentieth-Century America as a Developing Country: Conflict, Institutions, and The Evolution of Public Law" Web page for CASBS's webcast series, Social Science for a World in Crisis Notable events mentioned in this episode: The West Virginia Coal Wars The National Labor R…
 
As he approached his 30th birthday, Sopan Deb found comfort in his day job as a writer for the New York Times and as a practicing comedian. But his stage material highlighting his South Asian culture only served to mask the insecurities borne from his family history. Theirs was an ostensibly nuclear family without any of the familial bonds. In Sopa…
 
Chris welcomes Lauren Brinkley-Rubenstein, assistant professor of social medicine at the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill. Their wide-ranging conversation covers: the definition of social medicine, how COVID-19 more greatly impacts people in prisons and jails*, of course they cover her work with community partners, and there's a ghost named…
 
Parshiot Matot-Masei includes a long list of place names that trace the wanderings of the Children of Israel through the Sinai wilderness on their way to the Land of Israel. Is this simply a geographical-historical recording of the physical journey… Read the rest Continue reading 5780 — Matot-Masei: The Long Walk to Freedom at Elmad Online Learning…
 
Teaching good habits now starts with Doctors teaching parents and kids about masks so we don't teach kids to form bad habits when they're around their friends.By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-ChiefI'm a parent and I'm doing this right now with our kids. But, I think Doctors should take the lead and start having these conversations with parents in th…
 
JS Institute of Design invites you to learn about Revitalising History for Present Spaces with Aman NathA conversation between Aman Nath, Founder & Chairman of Neemrana Hotels and our Dean Nien Siao, a stalwart in design academicsKey Takeaways:• Neemranification (Architectural Restoration for Re-use )• More from Less style in 'Non - Hotel' Hotel• S…
 
“Quit being a drop. Make yourself an ocean.” Rumi’s inspiring and deceptively simple poems have been called ecstatic, mystical, and devotional. For writer and activist Melody Moezzi, they became her lifeline. Melody’s latest book, The Rumi Prescription, follows her path of discovery as she translates Rumi’s works for herself, gaining wisdom and ins…
 
What does it mean to “keep the peace” in society? Is it about enforcing the law and order of society in order to ensure against anarchy or is it about balancing between conflicting perspectives and needs of various members and… Read the rest Continue reading 5780 — Pinchas: From Pinchas to the Police: What Does it Mean to Truly “Keep the Peace?” at…
 
This is episode 61 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it Joanna Leidenhag and I (Jonathan Rutledge) continue our interview with Dr Tasia Scrutton(University of Leeds) about her recent book, Christianity and Depression (SCM Press). If you're interested in jumping around to different points of the interview, here are some timestamps to help:0:21 - Tw…
 
Activist and writer Kevin Powell has emerged as one of the most acclaimed voices in America today, tackling some of the biggest issues of our time through his writing and speaking. In this conversation with former CIIS School of Consciousness and Transformation Dean Kathy Littles recorded on October 15, 2018, Kevin shares his thoughts shortly after…
 
The end of parsha Balak presents three attempts to end a plague. The divergent approaches of Moses and Pinchas reflect different priorities, each essential for our consideration in modern times. Download the Source Sheet Please let us know your comments … Read the rest Continue reading 5780 — Balak: How to Stop a Plague. And at what cost? at Elmad …
 
By Michael Tetreault, Host, Editor-in-ChiefToday we sit down with Arden O’Connor, Founder of the O’Connor Professional Group which addresses the needs of families and individuals struggling with an array of behavioral health issues, including addiction, mental health disorders, eating disorders, learning, and other developmental challenges. "O’Conn…
 
By Michael Tetreault and Arden O'ConnorToday our guest is Arden O'Conner, CEO and Founder of the O'Connor Professional Group. Arden founded the O’Connor Professional Group to address the needs of families and individuals struggling with an array of behavioral health issues, including addiction, mental health disorders, eating disorders, learning, a…
 
JS Institute of Design invites you to learn about Personality in an Interior Space with Kohelika KohliA conversation between Kohelika Kohli, Founder & Creative Director of K2India and our Dean Nien Siao, a stalwart in design academicsKey Takeaways:• Elements that will attribute identity to personal space• Spaces can be living works of art• Furnitur…
 
What dreams might be taking root through this nightmare? How might works of cli-fi and other apocalyptic narratives help us prepare for our future and face our mounting anxieties? In this episode, therapist and cultural anthropologist Zara Zimbardo and narrative strategist and climate activist Patrick Reinsborough pose and explore questions like th…
 
This is episode 60 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it Joanna Leidenhag and I (Jonathan Rutledge) chat with Dr Tasia Scrutton(University of Leeds) about her recent book, Christianity and Depression (SCM Press). This is just the first part, so there's a bit of a warm-up. But then we move quickly through discussions of demons, sin, Christus Victor …
 
"I founded Gallaher Edge when I realized how important it was to me to grow from the inside out, and help others do the same.Gallaher Edge is founded on the values of the Power of Choice, Progress Over Perfection and Uninhibited Teamwork. This company, like me, is a work in progress, something that every day, I accept exactly as it is while never s…
 
By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief, Concierge Medicine Today & Host, The DocPreneur Leadership PodcastToday our special guest and friend you will meet is Leslie Ware, PA-C, MEd. Leslie is a Physician Assistant with nearly 20 years of experience and is the health care provider at Alpha Health & Wellness, DPC, in Charlotte, North Carolina.Ms. Ware…
 
By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief, Host, The DocPreneur Leadership PodcastToday on The DocPreneur Leadership Podcast we sit down with Denice Gierach, Outsourced General Counsel of The Gierach Law Firm. Denice has over thirty years of experience representing family owned businesses and privately held companies, serving as general counsel and hel…
 
Alta Charo She recommends checking out the documentary “Human Nature,” in which she appears. Learn about CRISPR gene editing Revive & Restore, the organization working on “genetic rescue” of endangered and extinct species. The controversy over He Jiankui’s genetic modification of human embryos Visit CASBS on the web Visit CASBS on Twitter CASBS sta…
 
There is no Talmud on Tractate Parah, the Mishnah tractate which deals with the red heifer ceremony. What did the Babylonian rabbis learn from this temple ritual in the course of other discussions? In this podcast, Rav Rahel Berkovits examines… Read the rest Continue reading 5780 — Chukat: Action vs. Intent: Human Domain vs. The Godly Realm at Elma…
 
In solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter and #AmplifyMelanatedVoices, we are continuing to highlight conversations from our archives that feature black thinkers, activists, and writers. This week we are revisiting our first podcast, recorded on April 10, 2015, with public intellectual and world-renowned author of Race Matters, Dr. Cornel West. In this …
 
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