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Michigan Talks Japan is a new podcast from the Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan. In it, Prof. Allison Alexy talks with leading scholars doing research on Japan about their work, their backgrounds, and their recommendations in the field. Crossing academic disciplines and time periods, the podcast highlights new and exciting scholarship in Japanese Studies. More at: https://ii.umich.edu/cjs/podcast/
 
With all the noise created by a 24/7 news cycle, it can be hard to really grasp what's going on in politics today. We provide a fresh perspective on the biggest political stories not through opinion and anecdotes, but rigorous scholarship, massive data sets and a deep knowledge of theory. Understand the political science beyond the headlines with Harris School of Public Policy Professors William Howell, Anthony Fowler and Wioletta Dziuda. Our show is part of the University of Chicago Podcast ...
 
Versus History is the home of History. Bringing you the most recent and cutting edge historical scholarship and debate. Historians Patrick O'Shaughnessy (@historychappy), Conal Smith (@prohistoricman) and Elliott L. Watson (@thelibrarian6) thank you for your ears! We are dedicated to showcasing the architecture of historical argumentation, whilst drawing on the most recent and stimulating historiography and academia. Please visit www.versushistory.com or tweet us at @versushistory.
 
A Reform exploration of Torah, ancient wisdom and modern scholarship by Rabbi Jennifer Jaech of Temple Israel of Northern Westchester in Croton-on-Hudson, NY. This podcast offers a (typically) 5 minute summary, created and presented by Tara Keiter. Sometimes we have guest leaders but this is, mostly, Rabbi Jaech's class.
 
If you believe as I do that by uncovering tested, practical ways to help people move from functioning to flourishing at work, we can better navigate the incredible challenges and opportunities our world faces, then this podcast is for you. My goal each week is to give you access to the world’ leading positive psychology, positive organizational scholarship and neuroscience researchers and practitioners to explore their latest research findings on how you can improve wellbeing, develop streng ...
 
A Love Island UK podcast for American viewers focused on cultural translation, questionable scholarship, and lowbrow humor. Every week, we dive into a (hopefully) interesting aspect of British culture or history--whether it's the most popular sexual fetishes or legends of Celtic mythology. We also spend way too much time talking about a specific episode, go over any new slang terms, and review the islanders' questionable fashion choices. New episodes publish every Saturday on Patreon, and th ...
 
You've Got This is a podcast dedicated to helping academics and higher education professionals seek self-knowledge, playfully experiment, and live core values with intention. Tune in for insights, examples, and advice on topics such as meaningful productivity, boosting creativity, and much more.
 
Pax Britannica is a narrative history podcast covering the empire upon which the sun never set. Beginning with the accession of James VI of Scotland to the throne of England, Pax Britannica will follow the people and events that created an empire that dominated the globe. Hosted by a PhD candidate in British Imperial history, and based on extensive scholarship and primary sources, along with interviews with experts in their field, Pax Britannica aims to explain the rise and eventual fall of ...
 
“Story in the Public Square” is a year-round initiative to study and celebrate public storytelling. It features an annual conference, lectures, awards and student contests, as well as original scholarship about public storytelling and how those stories can affect the public debate. Story in the Public Square is a partnership between the Pell Center and The Providence Journal, and is directed by visiting fellow G. Wayne Miller with Pell Center executive director Jim Ludes.
 
The Professional Military Education (PME) podcast is where great books on war and history are analyzed and discussed with the author. Through in depth conversations, the PME podcast seeks to promote great books that will interest serious military thinkers. For people that might be interested in military topics and history, the PME podcast will get you hooked on this awesome field of study. Through in depth reading and serious scholarship, the PME podcast is proud to bring a great history sho ...
 
A podcast exploring issues in the field of African Christianity and African Theology both on the continent of Africa and in diaspora. The Podcast is hosted by Harvey Kwiyani who teaches theology, missiology, and leadership courses at several places in the US, Europe and Africa. He is currently based at Liverpool Hope University where he teaches African theology.
 
If you want to understand how social scientists’ study human behaviour, how industry innovates or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place! Join our hosts as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance industry, scholarship and/or ...
 
Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
This is the podcast for parents and athletes that explores every aspect of recruiting and athletic scholarships. It’s coaching you can apply to your family’s athletic scholarship pursuit. It’s primarily for parents, but student-athletes will benefit, too. The host, Recruit-Me CEO Jon Fugler, has been helping families since 2002 and is an expert in the athletic scholarship field.
 
This podcast is brought to you by Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research. You'll find a variety of islamic lectures, conversations, and discussions on topics most important to you. At Yaqeen, we aim to make academic and Islamically-credible scholarship mainstream through accessible resources such as infographics, animations, podcasts, learning materials, and more. Visit www.yaqeeninstitute.org or download the Yaqeen app from the app store to continue dismantling doubts, nurturing conviction, ...
 
Discovery & Inspiration asks “What can we learn by talking to scholars about their research? What makes them so passionate about the subjects they study? What is it like to make a new discovery? To answer a confounding question?” For over 40 years the National Humanities Center has been a home away from home for scholars from around the world—historians and philosophers, scholars of literature and music and art and dozens of other fields. Join us as we sit down with scholars to discuss their ...
 
Psychiatry Unbound is APA Publishing's Books podcast, hosted by APA Books Editor-in-Chief, Laura Roberts, M.D. It offers the opportunity to hear the voices behind the most prominent psychiatric scholarship in the field today. Subscribe now to learn about important topics in the field of psychiatry and see how our authors are making an impact in clinical settings throughout the world.
 
This is a rescue mission to safeguard the wisdom in the Classics before it is lost forever. Join me, Sir Bradley Hasse, a teller of borrowed tales, as I guide you on a journey filled with courage, adventure, and wonder based on The Junior Classics, an iconic collection of timeless fairy tales, legends, and histories rooted in what is good, beautiful, and true. My goal is to inspire children and families with a love of good reading and a real and lasting interest in Western history, literatur ...
 
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities serves as UNC-Chapel Hill’s faculty home for interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration. The IAH supports its mission through its commitment to three interrelated areas of faculty life: scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. The IAH podcast features in-depth conversations with Fellows. The owl tops Hyde Hall, our Franklin Street home.
 
The American Social History Project · Center for Media and Learning is dedicated to renewing interest in history by challenging traditional ways that people learn about the past. Founded in 1981 and based at the City University of New York Graduate Center, ASHP/CML produces print, visual, and multimedia materials that explore the richly diverse social and cultural history of the United States. We also lead professional development seminars that help teachers to use the latest scholarship, te ...
 
The MaudCast is the podcast of the L.M. Montgomery Institute. In the MaudCast’s quest to discover cutting edge scholarship about the life and works of Lucy Maud Montgomery, we welcome to the microphone leading academics, emerging scholars, local researchers, and imaginative readers and writers from around the world. Hosted by Dr. Brenton Dickieson, we broadcast from the beautiful campus of the University of Prince Edward Island.
 
Ultimate Concerns features interviews and discussions with religion experts about their research. Insights from these discussions are applied to contemporary cultural and political questions. Topics are related to many different religions (such as Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism) and methods of study (such as literary studies, history, theology, and philosophy). Ron Mourad, professor of religious studies at Albion College, hosts the show.
 
The world of Student Athletes - The podcast to help guide and inspire student athletes to reach their goals. In every episode we will have guests such as coaches, trainers, athletes, academic advisors and many other experts giving their insights and experience in the athletic recruitment process.
 
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This week's episode covers the Recruiting Questionnaire. Just about every sport, every college team has an online recruiting questionnaire to fill out. The Recruit-Me process suggests that the High School Student-Athlete create his or her own Personal Recruiting Questionnaire and send it to all the schools on their list. Remember, Step 1 was to Bui…
 
In this episode, the 2018 and 2020 winners of the Elizabeth R. Epperly award for Outstanding Early Career Paper sit down for a discussion about Montgomery studies and emerging scholarship. After discussing Bonnie Tulloch’s award-winning paper on “Canadian "Anne-Girl[s]": Literary Descendents of Montgomery's Redheaded Heroine, there is a nice surpri…
 
Learn more about my products and services: my coach training program Prolific, my online community devoted to meaningful productivity the Blend by Design online course the SoTL by Design online course Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics by connecting with me on Twitter @Katie__Linder or by emailing me. …
 
In this episode, Grace McLaughlin, a recent graduate of Harvard Law School, discusses her note "Fanciful Failures: Keeping Nonsense Marks off the Trademark Register," which is published in the Harvard Law Review. McLaughlin begins by explaining what "nonsense marks" are and why some companies register them. She observes that nonsense marks frustrat…
 
“The Other Black Girl” is one of the most anticipated and critically acclaimed releases of 2021. Part thriller and part social commentary, the author Zakiya Dalila Harris has been heralded for her “genre-bending evisceration of workplace privilege.” Zakiya Dalila Harris is based in Brooklyn, New York, and has a passion for writing and talking about…
 
We've got a "special" episode this week featuring part of a patron-only episode where we answer the question you've all been dying to know: which Love Island female islander are we? We've also got a segment about possible missteps by producers in past seasons in honor of the first few weeks of season 7 (which thankfully gets turned completely aroun…
 
In this episode, guest Jeff Medders, host of the Acts 29 Podcast and Equip Director at Risen Church, shares some of his experience in church leadership and church planting. We also discuss the centrality of biblical spirituality which is informed by church history and his PhD work on this topic. Books by Jeff Medders: Humble Calvinism - https://amz…
 
We discuss the controversy over whether Chloe is a bully and the 3rd week of the 7th season of Love Island UK--from three dates with dreamboat Teddy to two dates with Danny, the chavviest chav ever to chav on Love Island. In between, we've got a recoupling, a public vote, and Brad getting the Full Jonny. That's when an established doofus gets a red…
 
PTJ and Dan pick up where they left off – on Chapter 5 of Arnold Wolfers' Discord and Collaboration. There's a lot going on, including a discussion of revisionism, the question of whether "friendship" is possible in world politics, and the distinction between "power" and "influence." They cover classic essays on, for example, the balance of power a…
 
John Hagel, who’s recently retired as a partner from Deloitte, where he was the founder and chairman of the Silicon Valley-based Deloitte Centre for the Edge, which focuses on identifying emerging business opportunities that are not yet on the CEO’s agenda. With more than 40 years of experience as a management consultant, author, speaker, and entre…
 
The faithful among us often learn to pray as children. We ask for things. We might even, sometimes, say thank you. Father James Martin asks what it would mean to pray like adults—and offers insights about faith in public life and the challenges to democracy. Rev. James Martin, SJ, is a Jesuit priest, editor at large of America magazine and consulto…
 
We will be discussing each week’s block of reading from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ “Come, Follow Me” curriculum. We aren’t here to present a lesson, but rather to hit on a few key themes from the scripture block that we believe will help fulfill the Maxwell Institute’s mission to inspire and fortify Latter-day Saints in their …
 
We will be discussing each week’s block of reading from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ “Come, Follow Me” curriculum. We aren’t here to present a lesson, but rather to hit on a few key themes from the scripture block that we believe will help fulfill the Maxwell Institute’s mission to inspire and fortify Latter-day Saints in their …
 
Today’s episode is an experiment to stretch out disciplinary boundaries by paring up academic debates of philosophy & engineering (& of course anthropology). We are delighted to have with us academics & practitioners representing those different disciplines. What are the personal definitions of multidiscipinarity that make sense to Simone, Gunter a…
 
The Teachings of Body and Mind duality are often confused as separate expressions of Karma. However, the body can instantiate conditions of karmic formations that are expressions of fundamental karma not easily "seen" by the mind of Samsara. By awakening Buddha mind, one can affect and overcome this physical manifestation of karma to prolong one's …
 
This week's episode covers the Player Profile. The Player Profile can be the 1 resource that can set you apart from 100s of other recruits. Go to Recruit-Me.com to download the Free Recruiting Power Pack and see the Player Profile. Check out the new Hot Summer Special on the Recruit-Me 3.0 Athletic Scholarship System. Click below to get more inform…
 
Time Travels: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000y4y9 Time Travels podcast: https://pod.link/1533644817 Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Kishlansky, M, Monarchy Transformed Macinnes, Allan, The British Revol…
 
It's party time in the villa, and you know what that means: time for someone to leave the premises! Perpetual basement-dwellers Jamie and Natalia are sent away unceremoniously, but we're not done--the islanders must choose another couple to keep them company on the plane ride back to old blighty! Oh, and did I say IT'S THE BABY EPISODE?!?!?!? That'…
 
In this episode, Chase reflects on gnosticism as the original sin as postulated by James Jordan. It is then applied to examples such as the internet, transgenderism, and Christianity. Chase also provides an update on the format of the podcast. Eric Voegelin - Science, Politics, and Gnosticism - https://amzn.to/2V3lnGW Theopolis Institute - https://…
 
Recieved a great listerner call on Work/Life balance, then a follow up from the same caller. This guy knows what he's talking about, and is very highly respected by his peers. He works in a D.A.'s office for a major metro area, and keeps a flow chart on his office door regarding contacting him after hours; I've included it as this episode's artwork…
 
In this episode, Ashley T. Rubin, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, discusses her new book, "Rocking Qualitative Social Science: An Irreverent Guide to Rigorous Research," which is published by Stanford University Press. Rubin begins by explaining what qualitative research is, how it differs from quantitative r…
 
In this episode, Lee Montgomery, Associate Professor of Experimental Art and Technology at the University of New Mexico, discusses the intersection of artistic practice and the law. Among other things, he describes his Neighborhood Public Radio project, which was featured in the 2008 Whitney Biennial, and its reception by National Public Radio. He …
 
It's our second week back in the Love Island villa and the bombshells are multiplying! Rachel picks Brad only to get pied a day later, Faye remains unlucky in love, Sharon's fling with Aaron dissolves as quickly as it commenced, and in the first major drama of the season, a confused and confusing Toby ditches Kaz for Chloe moments after he says he'…
 
In this episode, Eric J. Segall, Ashe Family Chair Professor of Law at Georgia State University College of Law, discusses his forthcoming essay "John Roberts: Hubris-in-Chief." Segall reflects on the tension between Chief Justice Roberts's reputation as an institutionalist and the radical positions he has taken in many cases. He argues that this re…
 
In this episode, Zachary D. Kaufman, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of Houston Law Center, discusses his article "Digital Age Samaritans," which is published in the Boston College Law Review. Kaufman begins by describing "bad samaritan" laws that impose liability on certain people who fail to report crimes or oth…
 
In this episode, Anthony Moffa, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Maine School of Law, discusses his articles, "Word Limited: An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship Between the Length, Resiliency, and Impact of Federal Regulations" and "Strength In Numbers (of Words): Empirical Analysis of Preambles and Public Comments," both of wh…
 
In 1986, the American economist, political scientist and cognitive psychologist Herbert Simon published "Rationality in Psychology and Economics" in the Journal of Business. Continuing with Simon's critique of neoclassical assumptions of economic behavior, Simon asserts that the standard of rationality used in neoclassical economic analysis is insu…
 
In 1991, the American economist, political scientist and cognitive psychologist Herbert Simon published "Organizations and Markets" in the Journal of Economic Perspectives. It provides a critique of neoclassical and new institutional economic assumptions of organizational behavior. "Research into the decision-making process within economic organiza…
 
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