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Vernacular explores faith, culture, and meaning. Despite the cliché, "spiritual but not religious", many people choose to live out their spirituality in a particular religious tradition while refusing to choose between it and modernity. Vernacular is hosted by three Catholics who are fully engaged with both theology and modern culture and who seek meaning for their lives in the space between. If you appreciate simultaneous sci-fi movie references, political critiques, sports-related ranting, ...
 
Lime with queeribbean blackademics, Stush an' Bush for their bi-weekly podcast on Caribbean happenings and overall mixup and blend blend, with a queer twist. Stush and Bush, two culturally rooted words, speak to class in Caribbean countries. Both characters engage in this podcast bolstering Caribbean Creole, and immersing listeners in Queeribbean vernacular, serving as a guide to the world of being both Caribbean and queer through their lived experiences coupled with queer and ethnic theorie ...
 
The LANDSPLOITATION Podcast hosts experimental video and audio documenting the social experience of the human landscape, including but not limited to the spaces of the built environment, vernacular architecture, proxemics, human interaction, and political boundaries. Submissions from independent scholars, photographers, and filmmakers are welcome. To submit, please insure that sound or video is hosted on a public server (such as archive.org) and email the link together with a brief descripti ...
 
Have you ever wondered what people in the military talk about? Yeah us too. My Military Friends Podcast is a group of normal military friends who try to intelligently converse about a wide variety topics in our very own colorful military vernacular and style. We are active duty, reserves, retired and military people that completed their time and sought the less rigid world of civilian life. Join us for engaging conversation and fun. We do what military friends do....drink and BS.
 
If you like Jane Austen, you will probably like this book!Mrs. Gaskell, as she was often referred to, is considered one of the greatest British novelists of the Victorian era. She was one of the earliest novelists ever to use dialect in her works, finding often that no word but the vernacular would suffice to convey the meaning she wanted to achieve. She was the author of The Life of Charlotte Brontë, a much-acclaimed and sometimes-reviled biography of her friend and peer.Wives and Daughters ...
 
Your Voice is a platform created by Aapka Times for youngsters to show their talent to the world. YV provides space to the aspiring poets,storytellers and other artists to show their talent through its Events. YV also aims to produce vernacular digital content and already producing content in English,Hindi,Urdu, Bangla, Bhojpuri and Malayalam. For Advertisement and Brand Collaboration Reach to us at || yourvoiceat@gmail.com || You too can share your poetry with us on our Facebook & Instagram ...
 
Cædmon was an Anglo-Saxon herdsman attached to the double monastery of Streonæshalch (657–681). Originally ignorant of the art of song, Cædmon learned to compose one night in the course of a dream. Cædmon’s only known surviving work is Cædmon’s Hymn, the nine-line alliterative vernacular praise poem in honour of the Christian god he supposedly learned to sing in his initial dream. The poem is one of the earliest attested examples of Old English and is one of three candidates for the earliest ...
 
The only hour of radio that's neither an hour, nor on radio. These are Science fiction and fantasy stories from the intimidating collection of the Story Keeper. SILENCE! Each episode is written by a different author and performed in front of a live audience by members of the Collapsing Horse ensemble. Come in and wonder at the variety, the virtuosity, the vernacular, and the venereal. Welcome to the Collapsing Horse Science Fiction Radio Hour! Presented by DMC Radio. You can support the show ...
 
This podcast explores the vernacular reception of Aristotle and his works in Renaissance Italy as part of the ERC-Funded Vernacular Aristotelianism project (PI: Marco Sgarbi) at the University of Warwick (UK), and at the University of Ca' Foscari in Venice (Italy). The podcast is produced, recorded, edited, and hosted by Dr. Bryan Brazeau, a member of the project at the University of Warwick. For more on the project and the podcast: http://www.tiny.cc/ercaristotle
 
Akbar’s Chamber offers a non-political, non-sectarian and non-partisan space for exploring the past and present of Islam. It has no political or theological bias other than a commitment to the Socratic method (which is to say that questions lead us to understanding) and the empirical record (which is to say the evidence of the world around us). By these methods, Akbar’s Chamber is devoted to enriching public awareness of Islam and Muslims both past and present. The podcast aims to improve un ...
 
Kabir (1440 - 1518) was a mystic poet and saint of India, whose writings have greatly influenced the Bhakti movement.The name Kabir comes from Arabic Al-Kabir which means 'The Great' - the 37th Name of God in the Qur'an.Kabir was influenced by the prevailing religious mood of his times, such as old Brahmanic Hinduism, Hindu and Buddhist Tantrism, the teachings of Nath yogis and the personal devotionalism of South India mixed with the imageless God of Islam. The influence of these various doc ...
 
You don’t need a PhD in linguistics to explore interesting, unique features of different languages. In this podcast, “Language Matters” by Diplomatic Language Services, we make language accessible to everyday people by discussing features which may not exist in other languages. For instance, unless you have studied a Slavic language, you may not be familiar with “verbs of motion”, but we can teach you! Join us each episode as we host experts to discuss how these unique features impact learni ...
 
Beowulf is a long narrative poem composed in Old English some time in between the 8th and 11th century AD. The only surviving manuscript that contains the poem is preserved in the British Library and it too was badly damaged by fire in 1731. It is considered to be the oldest surviving work of poetry in English and one of the rare pieces of vernacular European literature that has survived since Medieval times. A prince arrives to rid a neighboring country of a terrible monster. He mortally wo ...
 
If Portlandia and Welcome To Night Vale had a baby it would be Welcome Thru Effingham. It's the city everyone has passed through and no one stops to explore. Until now, of course. Enjoy the characters and stories (that we made up) from the Crossroads of America; Effingham, IL. All characters and events in this show - even those based on real people - are entirely fictional. All celebrity voices are impersonated - poorly. The following program contains clean comedy and due to its content shou ...
 
In this, Chesnutt's first novel, he tells the tragic story of love set against a backdrop of racism, miscegenation and “passing” during the period spanning the antebellum and reconstruction eras in American history. And through his use of the vernacular prevalent in the South of that time, Chesnutt lent a compassionate voice to a group that America did not want to hear. More broadly, however, Chesnutt illustrated, in this character play, the vast and perhaps insurmountable debt this country ...
 
Kabir (1440 - 1518) was a mystic poet and saint of India, whose writings have greatly influenced the Bhakti movement.The name Kabir comes from Arabic Al-Kabir which means 'The Great' - the 37th Name of God in the Qur'an.Kabir was influenced by the prevailing religious mood of his times, such as old Brahmanic Hinduism, Hindu and Buddhist Tantrism, the teachings of Nath yogis and the personal devotionalism of South India mixed with the imageless God of Islam. The influence of these various doc ...
 
Cædmon was an Anglo-Saxon herdsman attached to the double monastery of Streonæshalch (657–681). Originally ignorant of the art of song, Cædmon learned to compose one night in the course of a dream. Cædmon’s only known surviving work is Cædmon’s Hymn, the nine-line alliterative vernacular praise poem in honour of the Christian god he supposedly learned to sing in his initial dream. The poem is one of the earliest attested examples of Old English and is one of three candidates for the earliest ...
 
Podcasts from Columbia University's The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities, where we feature talks with professors about their recent work, publications, novels and more. Hear them read from their work, and also responses from other professors in their fields. We also feature The Trilling Tapes. In this podcast series, we mine the recorded archives--the Trilling Tapes--to uncover and contextualize more than forty years of exceptional critical thought.
 
The Prince (Italian: Il Principe) is a political treatise by the Italian diplomat, historian and political theorist Niccolò Machiavelli. From correspondence a version appears to have been distributed in 1513, using a Latin title, De Principatibus (About Principalities). But the printed version was not published until 1532, five years after Machiavelli's death. This was done with the permission of the Medici pope Clement VII, but "long before then, in fact since the first appearance of the Pr ...
 
Good Weather is a contemporary art gallery located five minutes from downtown Little Rock, Arkansas that has transformed a single-car garage into a participant-guided gallery. The project stems from an investigation of the American suburban garage and its vast flexibility. Often times, garages transcend their original function (i.e. storage for cars) by morphing into domestic galleries indicative of vastly different tastes and socio-economic conditions. This reveals an unpretentious curation ...
 
Regarded as the pride and joy of American literature, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a picturesque novel depicting Huck’s epic journey from boyhood to manhood and the struggles he must face living in a corrupt society. The novel serves as a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, another famous work by Mark Twain. The plot unfolds in several locations sometime before the Civil War. The book opens with a description of Huck’s new life as he undergoes a process of “civilization” while l ...
 
Speaking Of... is a show about how we use our voices both in performance and in everyday life. Through conversations with performers, teachers, and anyone who has a voice, voice and speech coach Ryan O'Shea explores questions about how our voices and the ways we speak help shape and express our identity. Can someone's voice tell you whether or not they're a good person? Is there any way to change how you sound without feeling inauthentic? We'll examine these questions and many more in the co ...
 
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Rajesh Ramachandran is a postdoctoral researcher at the faculty of economics at Heidelberg University. He completed his doctoral studies in economics at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in 2013. He has have previously held positions at Goethe University, as well as having been a visiting scholar at Stanford University. His primary research int…
 
The ‘Sterds™ provide commentary on the words and phrases that defined the recent alliterative year | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discreti…
 
In early twentieth-century China, Chen Diexian (1879–1940) was a maverick entrepreneur—at once a prolific man of letters and captain of industry, a magazine editor and cosmetics magnate. He tinkered with chemistry in his private studio, used local cuttlefish to source magnesium carbonate, and published manufacturing tips in how-to columns. In a rap…
 
Catholics and Conspiracies w/Mike Iversen In this episode--the first ever video discussion I've done--my friend Mike Iversen joins me to talk about pipe smoking, Rod Dreher's latest book, why Catholics are drawn to conspiracy theories, and how to live in the tension between acknowledging the authority of our government while recognizing that it is …
 
For episode 146 of the Metta Hour, Sharon speaks with colleague and friend Trudy Goodman, PhD. Trudy is a Vipassana teacher in the Theravada lineage and the Founding Teacher of InsightLA. For 25 years, in Cambridge, MA, Trudy practiced mindfulness-based psychotherapy with children, teenagers, couples and individuals. Trudy conducts retreats and wor…
 
In this cast we discuss the concept of building a game that players can come back to and still derive enjoyment fromOur Website: https://www.vernaculargames.com/Our Minds: https://www.minds.com/vernaculargames/Our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VernacularGames/Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/VernacularGames?lang=enOur Soundcloud: https://sound…
 
Vatican II: Has the Hermeneutic of Continuity Failed? w/Dr. Larry Chapp Today I am rejoined by Dr. Larry Chapp, Retired Professor of Theology at De Sales University and author of https://gaudiumetspes22.com/. Dr. Chapp and I discuss a recent blog post of his on Vatican II and the Hermeneutic of Continuity and discuss whether or not that hermeneutic…
 
Professor Eddie S. Glaude Jr.’s new book, Begin Again: James Baldwin’s America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own, pulls few punches. It begins with and dwells deeply on what Baldwin, a towering mid-20th century American literary figure, called the “lie at the heart of America.” The lie is the value gap — the ways America has elevated the worth of …
 
David Vine is Professor of political anthropology at American University in Washington, DC. David's newest book, The United States of War: A Global History of America's Endless Conflicts, from Columbus to the Islamic State, was just published by the University of California Press. The United States of War is the third in a trilogy of books about wa…
 
In This cast We discuss and define the concept of Gimmicks in gamesOur Website: https://www.vernaculargames.com/Our Minds: https://www.minds.com/vernaculargames/Our Subscribestar: https://www.subscribestar.com/vernaculargamesOur Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VernacularGames/Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/VernacularGames?lang=enOur Soundcloud…
 
For the 145th episode of the Metta Hour, Sharon speaks with teacher, author, and facilitator Thomas Hübl. Thomas has been facilitating large-scale events and courses that focus on the healing and integration of trauma. Over the last decade, he has facilitated dialogue with thousands of people around healing the collective traumas of racism, oppress…
 
Defending the Papacy w/Joe Heschmeyer Today, author, apologist, catechist, and speaker Joe Heschmeyer joins us to talk about the papacy, building on his work in the book Pope Peter: Defending the Church's Most Distinctive Doctrine in a Time of Crisis. We talk about Scriptural arguments for the papacy (probably different from the normal ones you're …
 
Can you believe it has been 10 years? After more than 350 episodes, over 600 contributors, and the rapidly approaching milestone of a million downloads, we’re still here doing the weekly work of sharing research in the critical study of religion. In this special episode of the Religious Studies Project podcast, the RSP team reflects on the legacy o…
 
Dr Aurelien Mondon is a Senior Lecturer in politics at the University of Bath. His research focuses predominantly on the impact of racism and populism on liberal democracies and the mainstreaming of far right politics through elite discourse. His first book, The Mainstreaming of the Extreme Right in France and Australia: A Populist Hegemony?, was p…
 
In This cast Red Coat speaks at length about Soul Calibur and its designOur Website: https://www.vernaculargames.com/Our Minds: https://www.minds.com/vernaculargames/Our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VernacularGames/Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/VernacularGames?lang=enOur Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/redcoatvernacOur Audius: https://a…
 
Dr. Karaitiana Taiuru is an interdisciplinary Māori academic activist who works on Artificial Intelligence ethics and colonisation, data sovereignty; genomic ethics; property rights & Tikanga Māori. He coined the term “Digital Colonialism” and has played a leading role in focusing Maori in modern technology. He is the author of the world’s first In…
 
The Fathers were Catholic w/Zach Mettler Today on the show I welcome my friend Zach Mettler, a staff writer at Focus on the Family and personal friend of mine, about the way that the Church Fathers influenced his journey into the Catholic Church (Zach was received last year). We talk about rebaptism, COVID, Jimmy Akin's The Fathers Know Best, Cardi…
 
The Uyghurs of the Xinjiang region of China have been the focus of much media attention in the past few years. In this episode, we journey beyond the headlines to explore the religious and cultural history of the Turkic Muslim people who in the modern era came to be called Uyghurs. We’ll pay special attention to their relationship with their homela…
 
The ‘Sterds™ reflect on the year that was | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discretion advised. | © 2021, JonSquared Media…
 
The Theotokos: Mary as the Mother of God Today on the show, we ring in the new (secular) year and the Church's celebration of the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God with a discussion of St. Cyril of Alexandria and his defense of Mary as the Theotokos against the Christologically erroneous ideas of Nestorious, Patriarch of Constantinople. We'd lov…
 
Sara Salem joined the LSE as an Assistant Professor in 2018. Her main research interests include political sociology, postcolonial studies, Marxist theory, feminist theory, and global histories of empire and imperialism. She is an editor at the journals Sociological Review and Historical Materialism, and can be found on Twitter at @saramsalem. Our …
 
For this cast we begin the task of exploring competitive environments. Particularly Defining what the Environments are and the kinds of Engagement they engenderOur Website: https://www.vernaculargames.com/Our Minds: https://www.minds.com/vernaculargames/Our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VernacularGames/Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/Vernacul…
 
For episode 144 of the Metta Hour, Sharon speaks with Zindel Segal, Ph.D. Zindel is a Distinguished Professor of Psychology in Mood Disorders at the University of Toronto Scarborough. He has written over ten books, and 180 scientific publications, including The Mindful Way Through Depression, and recently co-founded MindfulNoggin.com, a website for…
 
Marika McAdam is an independent consultant and adviser on international law and policy who has conducted global research on how the concept of ‘exploitation’ is understood in counter-trafficking response. Our next book club meeting will take place on February 9th. It will once again be hosted by Fiori Sara Berhane. We will (Zoom) meet on February 9…
 
For this cast we begin the task of exploring competitive environments. Particularly Defining what the Environments are and the kinds of Engagement they engenderOur Website: https://www.vernaculargames.com/Our Minds: https://www.minds.com/vernaculargames/Our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VernacularGames/Our Twitter: https://twitter.com/Vernacul…
 
Episode Notes For the last episode of this calendar year, we read Benedict XVI's 2007 Christmas Homily. To read the homily instead, click here. Music: O Come O Come Emmanuel - Jon Sayles | Exzel Music PublishingLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution We'd love to hear what you think of this episode! Reach out to us: Email | Instagram | Twit…
 
That's a Wrap! In the final episode of Breaking Pod, we: Discuss our favorite auxiliary characters Select our favorite episodes Answer some listener questions Decide if Breaking Bad really is the greatest show ever made Identify some prequel/backstory ideas for Vince Gilligan ...and tease our next podcast! What did we miss?Email us: breakingpod@ver…
 
The ‘Sterds™ make 21 predictions for the upcoming new year | Creative Commons Music: "Habitual Ritual" by Revolution Void freemusicarchive.org/music/Revolution_Void/ | *** Warning: NSFW due to some harsh language, a few sexual references, and potential drunkenness of the hosts and/or guests. Listener discretion advised. | © 2020, JonSquared Media…
 
Laleh Khalili is professor of international politics at Queen Mary University of London and author of Sinews of War and Trade: Shipping and Capitalism in the Arabian Peninsula (Verso 2020), Heroes and Martyrs of Palestine (Cambridge 2007) and Time in the Shadows: Confinement in Counterinsurgencies (Stanford 2013). Our next book club meeting will ta…
 
In this episode of Vernacular Reality, Blythe and Sean discuss a variety of virtual reality apps that Sean has used in the past, the features he likes about each, and how each program has influenced his VR work at Diplomatic Language Services. From exercise to meditation, you might be surprised at just how much inspiration our language learning pro…
 
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