Academic Life

Academic Life

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A podcast for your academic journey—and beyond! Created and produced by Dr. Christina Gessler, the Academic Life podcast is inspired by today’s knowledge-producers around the world, working inside and outside the academy.

PhDing While Parenting

June 20, 2024

PhDing While Parenting

Sisanda Nkoala
More Than A Glitch: Confronting Race, Gender, and Ability Bias in Tech

June 13, 2024

More than a Glitch

Meredith Broussard
Almost Good Catholics

Almost Good Catholics

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Late Have I Loved You (with John Michael Talbot)

June 6, 2024

Late Have I Loved You

John Michael Talbot
America and Beyond with Paul Starobin

America and Beyond with Paul Starobin

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Veteran journalist Paul Starobin is a former Moscow bureau chief for Business Week and a former contributing editor of The Atlantic. He has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and many other publications. His latest book, Putin’s Exiles: Their Fight for a Better Russia (Columbia Global Reports) will be published in January. His three previous books are A Most Wicked Conspiracy: The Last Great Swindle of the Gilded Age (PublicAffairs, 2020); Madness Rules the Hour: Charleston, 1860 and the Mania for War (PublicAffairs, 2017); and After America: Narratives for the Next Global Age (Viking, 2009). Paul lives with his family in Orleans, Massachusetts on the elbow of Cape Cod.

Asian Review of Books

Asian Review of Books

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Interviews with authors of books reviewed in the Asian Review of Books.

Clare Hammond, "On the Shadow Tracks: A Journey Through Occupied Myanmar" (Allen Lane, 2024)

June 20, 2024

On the Shadow Tracks

Clare Hammond
Hosted by Nicholas Gordon
Sudev Sheth, "Bankrolling Empire: Family Fortunes and Political Transformation in Mughal India" (Cambridge UP, 2024)

June 13, 2024

Bankrolling Empire

Sudev Sheth
Hosted by Nicholas Gordon
Burned by Books

Burned by Books

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A podcast for writers and readers who are obsessive about their books. Interviews with established and up-and-coming writers, and recommendations for the best in contemporary fiction, poetry, and drama. Hosted by Chris Holmes. Chris is Chair of Literatures in English and Associate Professor at Ithaca College. He writes criticism on contemporary global literatures. His book, Kazuo Ishiguro as World Literature, is under contract with Bloomsbury Publishing. He is the co-director of The New Voices Festival, a celebration of work in poetry, prose, and playwriting by up-and-coming young writers. You can visit the "Burned by Books" website here.

Rachel Khong, "Real Americans" (Knopf, 2024)

June 17, 2024

Real Americans

Rachel Khong
Hosted by Chris Holmes
Kimberly King Parsons, "We Were the Universe" (Knopf, 2024)

June 12, 2024

We Were the Universe

Kimberly King Parsons
Hosted by Chris Holmes
Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight

Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight

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Interviews hosted by Dan Hill, the author of eight books and head of Sensory Logic, Inc. To check out his related “Dan Hill’s EQ Spotlight” blog, visit this site.

Miri Rodriguez, "Brand Storytelling: Put Customers at the Heart of Your Brand Story" (Kogan Page, 2023)

September 7, 2023

Brand Storytelling

Miri Rodriguez
Hosted by Dan Hill
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Jennifer Moss, "The Burnout Epidemic: The Rise of Chronic Stress and How We Can Fix It" (HBRP, 2021)

August 24, 2023

The Burnout Epidemic

Jennifer Moss
Hosted by Dan Hill
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Darts & Letters

Darts & Letters

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Darts and Letters is about ‘arts and letters,’ but for the kind of people who might hack a dart. We cover public intellectualism and the politics of academia from a left populist perspective. Put simply: we love ideas, but hate snob culture. Each week, we interview thinkers about key debates that are relevant to the left. We discuss politics, arts, culture, and ideas. But the show is for everyone. That means sometimes you'll hear from the usual suspects, like that authoritative old professor; but just as often, you'll hear from the young iconoclastic scholar, the crass podcaster, the journalist, the activist--even so-called 'ordinary working people.' We're here to discover exciting intellectual life, wherever that might be.


Mutual Aid and the Anarchist Radical Imagination

October 11, 2023

Mutual Aid and the Anarchist Radical Imagination

Elif Genc, Payton McDonald, Max Haiven, and Alex Khasnabish
Hosted by Gordon Katic
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The Past and Present of Psychedelic Medicine with Erika Dyke and David Nickles

September 1, 2023

The Past and Present of Psychedelic Medicine

Erika Dyke and David Nickles
Hosted by Gordon Katic
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Capitalism and Freedom in the Twenty-First Century

Capitalism and Freedom in the Twenty-First Century

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This podcast, hosted by Jon Hartley, is focused on economics, finance and public policy, with a common thread to exploring some of the ideas of the late economist Milton Friedman titled after his 1962 book Capitalism and Freedom.

The Common Magazine

The Common Magazine

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Interviews with authors of pieces in The Common magazine. The Common is a literary organization whose mission is to deepen our individual and collective sense of place. Based at Amherst College, we aim to serve as a vibrant common space for the global exchange of ideas and experiences through three main areas of activity: publishing, public programming, and mentorship and education.

Tahir Annour, “Symphony of the South," The Common magazine (2024)

May 31, 2024

Symphony of the South

Mayada Ibrahim
Hosted by Emily Everett
Amanda Mei Kim, "California Obscura," The Common magazine (2023)

April 19, 2024

California Obscura

Amanda Mei Kim
Hosted by Emily Everett
East-West Psychology Podcast

East-West Psychology Podcast

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Bodies of Culture: Introducing the Center for Black and Indigenous Praxis with Preston Vargas and Deanna Jimenez

June 23, 2024

Bodies of Culture

Preston Vargas and Deanna Jimenez
African Cosmologies with Dr. Butterfly

May 11, 2024

African Cosmologies with Dr. Butterfly

Anthony “Butterfly” Williams
Entrepreneurship and Leadership

Entrepreneurship and Leadership

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Interviews hosted by Richard Lucas--business and social entrepreneur who founded, led and/or invested in more than 30 businesses--and Kimon Fountoukidis--the founder of both Argos Multilingual and PMR.

CEO Secrets with Dougal Shaw

June 4, 2024

CEO Secrets

Dougal Shaw
Ethnographic Marginalia

Ethnographic Marginalia

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Interviews with ethnographers and scholars of ethnography.

Angie Lederach, "Feel the Grass Grow: Ecologies of Slow Peace in Colombia" (Stanford UP, 2023)

October 6, 2023

Feel the Grass Grow

Angie Lederach
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Fifteen Minute Film Fanatics

Fifteen Minute Film Fanatics

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Two friends with strong opinions watch films separately then discuss them on the show for the first time. Can their friendship survive? Join Mike and Dan as they discuss one film each episode--and in only fifteen minutes, give or take a few. There are no long pauses, pontifications, or politics--just two guys who want to share their enthusiasm for great movies. On Twitter. On Letterboxd. Email: fifteenminutefilm@gmail.com.

The Future of . . . with Owen Bennett-Jones

The Future of . . . with Owen Bennett-Jones

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Veteran journalist Owen Bennett-Jones delves into the some of the most pressing issues of our time with politicians, scholars, scientists, doctors, writers, public intellectuals and thought-leaders.

The Future of the Chinese Military

February 23, 2024

The Future of the Chinese Military

James A. Siebens
The Future of Afghanistan: A Discussion with Kate Clark

February 17, 2024

The Future of Afghanistan

Kate Clark
Global Media & Communication

Global Media & Communication

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Global Media & Communication podcast series is part of the multimodal project powered by the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC) at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. At CARGC, we produce and promote critical, interdisciplinary, and multimodal research on global media and communication. We aim to bridge academic scholarship and public life, bringing the very best scholarship to bear on enduring global questions and pressing contemporary issues. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out through our email cargc@asc.upenn.edu, or follow us on Twitter @AnnenbergCARGC.

Great New American Essays

Great New American Essays

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"Conjunctions" Magazine: A Discussion with Bradford Morrow

June 13, 2024

"Conjunctions" Magazine

Bradford Morrow
Hosted by Dan Hill
"Southern Humanities Review" magazine

June 6, 2024

"Southern Humanities Review" magazine

Justin Gardiner
Hosted by Dan Hill
Grinnell College: Authors and Artists

Grinnell College: Authors and Artists

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“Authors and Artists” features interviews delving into the creative processes and latest work of alumni, faculty, and staff from Grinnell College, one of the top liberal arts colleges in the world, renowned for its commitment to social responsibility.

Sandy Moffett, "The Ghost of Craven Snuggs: A Midwestern Murder Mystery" (Ice Cube Press, 2022)

December 20, 2022

The Ghost of Craven Snuggs

Sandy Moffett
Hosted by Marshall Poe
Virginia R. Dominguez and Brigittine M. French, "Anthropological Lives: An Introduction to the Profession of Anthropology" (Rutgers UP, 2020)

December 7, 2022

Anthropological Lives

Virginia R Dominguez and Brigittine M. French
Hosted by Marshall Poe
High Theory

High Theory

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High Theory is a produced and edited by Kim Adams and Saronik Bosu, two tired academics trying to save critique from itself, along with two amazing collaborators, Júlia Irion Martins and Nathan Kim. In this podcast, we get high on the substance of theory, and we try to explain difficult ideas from the academy with irreverence. You can learn more about us on our website, or find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Inhuman

May 14, 2024

Inhuman

Rasheed Tazudeen
Animals

April 8, 2024

Animals

Mackenzie Cooley
Hosted by Saronik Bosu
How to Be Wrong

How to Be Wrong

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War, Optimism, Humility:  A Conversation with Literary Critic Mariia Shuvalova

March 25, 2023

War, Optimism, Humility

Mariia Shuvalova
Hosted by John Traphagan
Error, Ego, Humility and Music: A Discussion with Tony Monaco

March 5, 2023

Error, Ego, Humility and Music

Tony Monaco
Ideas Roadshow Podcast

Ideas Roadshow Podcast

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In-depth conversations with world-leading experts across the arts and sciences for a uniquely engaging exploration of ideas hosted by Howard Burton. Howard Burton is the founder of Ideas Roadshow and host of the Ideas Roadshow Podcast. He can be reached at howard@ideasroadshow.com.

Pandemic Perspectives 12: Politicizing the COVID Pandemic

May 25, 2022

Politicizing the COVID Pandemic

Michael Berry
Hosted by Howard Burton
The Imperfect Buddha Podcast

The Imperfect Buddha Podcast

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The Imperfect Buddha podcast has been addressing anti-intellectualism and ideological capture in western Buddhism and spirituality more broadly since its inception. It provides a space for dynamic conversations designed to bring out what is so often hidden and so often despised by critics and intellectuals engaging with contemporary forms of practice. Matthew O’Connell hosts the Imperfect Buddha podcast and writes at The Imperfect Buddha site. Email: imperfectbuddha@outlook.com. Twitter: @imperfectbuddha. Facebook: @imperfectbuddha.


Building the Future Buddha: A Discussion with Jundo Cohen

March 31, 2024

Building the Future Buddha

Jundo Cohen
International Horizons

International Horizons

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International Horizons is a podcast of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies that brings scholarly expertise to bear on our understanding of international issues. The International Horizons podcast is our latest effort to bring our research and scholarship to a broader public. John Torpey, the host of the podcast and director of the Ralph Bunche Institute, holds conversations with prominent scholars and figures in state-of-the-art international issues in our weekly episodes.

The Complexities of the EU Parliament Elections

June 12, 2024

The Complexities of the EU Parliament Elections

Francesco Ronchi and Udo Zolleis
We Should Not Take the UN For Granted: A Discussion with Abiodun Williams

June 4, 2024

We Should Not Take the UN For Granted

Abiodun Williams
Journal of Asian American Studies Podcast

Journal of Asian American Studies Podcast

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Interviews with authors of pieces in The Journal of Asian American Studies.

Reckoning with the Interdiscipline, Journal of Asian American Studies 25:2 (June 2022)

October 19, 2022

Reckoning with the Interdiscipline

Lily Anne Welty Tamai and Paul Spickard
Language on the Move

Language on the Move

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Language on the Move is a podcast about linguistic diversity in social life. Produced and edited by Ingrid Piller and Brynn Quick, our aim is to have in-depth and fun conversations with key thinkers about multilingualism, language learning, and intercultural communication in the contexts of globalization and migration.

To find out more about the Language on the Move research team at Macquarie University, follow our research blog, or find us on Twitter/X, Bluesky, Facebook, and YouTube.

Life in a New Language, Part 2: Work

June 19, 2024

Life in a New Language

Ingrid Piller et al.
Life in a New Language, Part 1: Identities

June 12, 2024

Life in a New Language

Donna Butorac
Lies Agreed Upon

Lies Agreed Upon

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Lies Agreed Upon looks at how Hollywood uses history to talk about today. Hosts Lia Paradis and Brian Crim explore the plots and themes of movies and tv shows and discuss how they were influenced by the historical events of the moment. For more on Lies Agreed Upon, go here.

Life Wisdom

Life Wisdom

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Interviews with students of life.

Marion (Mugs) McConnell, "Letters from the Yoga Masters" (North Atlantic Books, 2016)

August 11, 2022

Letters from the Yoga Masters

Marion (Mugs) McConnell
Hosted by Raj Balkaran
Simran Jeet Singh, "The Light We Give: How Sikh Wisdom Can Transform Your Life" (Riverhead, 2022)

July 19, 2022

The Light We Give

Simran Jeet Singh
Hosted by Raj Balkaran
Madison's Notes

Madison's Notes

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Ministry of Ideas

Ministry of Ideas

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A podcast about the ideas that shape our lives. Visit Ministry of Ideas here.

Mobilities and Methods

Mobilities and Methods

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A podcast presented by the "Mobilities and Methods" program at the University of Illinois, Chicago.

Andrew Brandel, "Moving Words: Literature, Memory, and Migration in Berlin" (U Toronto Press, 2023)

November 19, 2023

Moving Words

Andrew Brandel
Hosted by Alize Arıcan
Katherine Jensen, "The Color of Asylum: The Racial Politics of Safe Haven in Brazil" (U Chicago Press, 2023)

October 18, 2023

The Color of Asylum

Katherine Jensen
Hosted by Alize Arıcan
Nomads, Past and Present

Nomads, Past and Present

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"Akmaral" (Regal House, 2024): A Discussion with Judith Lindbergh

April 24, 2024

"Akmaral" (Regal House, 2024)

Judith Lindbergh
Hosted by Maggie Freeman
Nordic Asia Podcast

Nordic Asia Podcast

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The Nordic Asia Podcast is a collaboration sharing expertise on Asia across the Nordic region, brought to you by the following academic partners:

-Asia Centre, University of Tartu (Estonia)

-Asian studies, University of Helsinki (Finland)

-Centre for Asian Studies, Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)

-Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies, Lund University (Sweden)

-Centre for East Asian Studies, University of Turku (Finland)

-Norwegian Network for Asian Studies

Living with Digital Surveillance in China

June 24, 2024

Living with Digital Surveillance in China

Ariane Ollier-Malaterre
Hosted by Joanne Kuai
The Religious Landscape of Taiwan: A Discussion with Yushuang Yao

June 21, 2024

The Religious Landscape of Taiwan

Yushuang Yao
Novel Dialogue

Novel Dialogue

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Novel Dialogue: where unlikely conversation partners come together to discuss the making of novels and what to make of them. What makes us special? Critics and novelists in conversation. Breaking down the boundaries between critical, creative, and just plain quirky, Novel Dialogue’s approach is wide-ranging and unconventional. Ever wondered what Jennifer Egan thinks of TikTok, how Ruth Ozeki honed her craft working on the movie Mutant Hunt, or if Colm Tóibín will ever write a novel about an openly gay novelist? Join us for lively conversations hosted by scholars who admire and write about the novelists that help shape our literary culture.

Escape Velocity: Sarah Manguso in Conversation with Tess McNulty (EH)

June 20, 2024

Escape Velocity

Sarah Manguso and Tess McNulty
Hosted by Novel Dialogue
Machine, System, Code: Masande Ntshanga and Magalí Armillas-Tiseyra (EH)

June 6, 2024

Machine, System, Code: Masande Ntshanga and Magalí Armillas-Tiseyra (EH)

Masande Ntshanga and Magalí Armillas-Tiseyra
Hosted by Novel Dialogue
NYIH Conversations

NYIH Conversations

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Since 1977, the New York Institute for the Humanities has brought together distinguished scholars, writers, artists, and publishing professionals to foster crucial discussions around the public humanities. Through weekly seminars and public events, the NYIH nurtures conversations and collaborations among its network of fellows to broaden the intellectual vision informing and enlivening public culture. For more information and to support the NYIH, visit nyihumanities.org.

The End of Books: A Lecture by Robert Coover

June 18, 2023

The End of Books

Robert Coover
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On Religion

On Religion

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Peoples & Things

Peoples & Things

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Peoples & Things is a podcast in which host Lee Vinsel interviews scholars, practitioners, and activists about human life with technology.

Trish Kahle on the Labor History of Energy Systems

June 24, 2024

The Labor History of Energy Systems

Trish Kahle
Hosted by Lee Vinsel
People, Power, Politics

People, Power, Politics

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The People, Power, Politics podcast brings you the latest insights into the factors that are shaping - and re-shaping - our political world. It is brought to you by the Centre for Elections, Democracy, Accountability and Representation (CEDAR) based at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. Join us to better understand the factors that promote and undermine democratic government around the world!

A Podcast Series about Polymath Robert Eisler

A Podcast Series about Polymath Robert Eisler

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A podcast about the life and work of Robert Eisler.

Stitching Freedom: Embroidery and Incarceration

April 25, 2024

Stitching Freedom: Embroidery and Incarceration

Isabella Rosner
100 Years of Radio in South Africa: Then and Now

April 11, 2024

100 Years of Radio in South Africa

Sisanda Nkoala
The Proust Questionnaire Podcast

The Proust Questionnaire Podcast

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What motivates creative people to do what they do, especially when they use their drive, determination and talents to change the world? The Proust Questionnaire is thought in action. It's a personality test that allows us a glimpse behind the proverbial curtain of creative people's minds. Each guest answers the same 35 questions that were first popularized as a parlor game by French novelist Marcel Proust about a hundred years ago. But these questions are timeless, and you’ll quickly find yourself thinking with our guests, rather than about their answers. Be moved, entertained, and inspired to do good yourself when you listen to our guests tell us what they love, fear, and hope for in these oral portraits of great minds.

Proust Questionnaire 38: Ricardo Alberto Maldonado

July 1, 2023

Proust Questionnaire 38

Ricardo Alberto Maldonado
Hosted by Uli Baer
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Proust Questionnaire 37: Dame Zandra Rhodes, Fashion Designer

October 24, 2022

Proust Questionnaire 37

Zandra Rhode
Recall This Book

Recall This Book

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Free-ranging discussion of books from the past that cast a sideways light on today's world. Recall This Book is hosted by Elizabeth Ferry, Professor of Anthropology at Brandeis University and John Plotz, Barbara Mandel Professor of the Humanities at Brandeis University and co-founder of the Brandeis Educational Justice Initiative.

Scholarly Communication

Scholarly Communication

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The podcast about how knowledge gets known.

Publish My Book: Crafting a Winning Book Proposal (Episode 4)

June 20, 2024

Crafting a Winning Book Proposal

Avi Staiman
Hosted by Avi Staiman
Shakespeare For All

Shakespeare For All

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Shakespeare For All is an engaging, accessible introduction to the life and work of William Shakespeare, featuring world-class scholars and performers. You’ll learn who Shakespeare was and what historical events shaped his writing. You’ll be guided through his most popular poems and plays by leading scholars, actors, and interpreters of Shakespeare. And you’ll find the tools you need to become an interpreter of Shakespeare yourself and join in the ongoing global discussion his works have inspired. Except where otherwise noted, the texts used for this course are from Shakespeare’s Plays, Sonnets and Poems, from The Folger Shakespeare, ed. Barbara Mowat, Paul Werstine, Michael Poston, and Rebecca Niles. Folger Shakespeare Library.

Shakespeare's Sonnets Part 3

November 20, 2023

Shakespeare's Sonnets Part 3

Michael Schoenfeldt
Hosted by Zachary Davis
Shakespeare's Sonnets Part 2

November 13, 2023

Shakespeare's Sonnets Part 2

Michael Schoenfeldt
Hosted by Zachary Davis
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Taiwan on Air

Taiwan on Air

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What is Taiwan for the world and the world for Taiwan? In this podcast series, a group of Taiwan specialists based at the University of Central Lancashire, chat with book writers, artists, directors, professionals from, or with, an interest in Taiwan and explore how the ‘little’ island of Taiwan can be a starting point to (re)think the way we look at the world. Whether you already know Taiwan, you want to know more about it, or you just want to be inspired by it, this is the podcast for you!

This podcast series is hosted by Dr Ti-han Chang, Dr Lara Momesso and Dr Adina Zemanek.

Think About It

Think About It

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A podcast featuring interviews with authors and thought leaders conduced by Uli Baer.

Uli Baer teaches literature and photography as University Professor at New York University. A recipient of Guggenheim, Getty and Humboldt awards, in addition to hosting "Think About It” he hosts (with Caroline Weber) the podcast "The Proust Questionnaire” and is Editorial Director at Warbler Press. Email ucb1@nyu.edu; Twitter @UliBaer.

Nietzsche Now! with Glenn Wallis

May 1, 2024

Nietzsche Now!

Glenn Wallis
Hosted by Uli Baer
Stefanos Geroulanos on "The Invention of Prehistory"

April 26, 2024

Stefanos Geroulanos on "The Invention of Prehistory"

Stefanos Geroulanos
Hosted by Uli Baer
Towards Knowledge

Towards Knowledge

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Towards Knowledge is a Latent Knowledge podcast series where we interview industry and academic leaders about research in the real world — from career development to the most pressing philosophical questions in today’s changing research landscape.

The Reality of Scientific Research: A Discussion with John W. Cave

June 10, 2024

The Reality of Scientific Research

John W. Cave
Hosted by Latent Knowledge
AI and the Humanities: Nina Beguš Discusses "Artificial Humanities"

June 3, 2024

AI and the Humanities

Nina Beguš
Hosted by Latent Knowledge
UConn PopCast

UConn PopCast

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Analysis of popular culture and how it shapes society, with an emphasis on film and television. Features in-depth discussion, interviews with prominent scholars, and recordings of live shows. Hosted by Stephen Dyson, the associate director of the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute, and a professor of political science, and Jeffrey R. Dudas, professor of political science and affiliate faculty of American Studies at the University of Connecticut.

Self-Control Through Torah

Self-Control Through Torah

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How can Torah help you improve your self-control? With the help of Menahem Mendel Lefin's Cheshbon haNefesh, an important 19th-century work on character refinement, we delve into the weekly Torah portion to seek wisdom on refining our traits and mastering our moods and emotions. Listen in as Modya Silver, a psychotherapist and author, and David Gottlieb, a scholar of Jewish history and a teacher of Jewish contemplative practice, uncover the ethical wisdom contained in each weekly reading.

SSEAC Stories

SSEAC Stories

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The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre (SSEAC) builds on the expertise of and facilitates collaborations between over 400 University of Sydney academics who specialise in Southeast Asia.

Politics in Action 2024: Indonesia Update

June 20, 2024

Politics in Action 2024: Indonesia Update

Navhat Nuraniyah
Hosted by Natali Pearson
Building a More Inclusive Society: Disability and Work in Timor-Leste

May 25, 2024

Building a More Inclusive Society

Kim Bulkeley
Hosted by Natali Pearson
Van Leer Institute Series on Ideas with Renee Garfinkel

Van Leer Institute Series on Ideas with Renee Garfinkel

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The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute cultivates innovative interdisciplinary research into publicly-significant questions, reflecting our commitment to a just, open society, well-integrated in the region.

Judith Lewis Herman, "Truth and Repair: How Trauma Survivors Envision Justice" (Basic Books, 2023)

June 7, 2024

Truth and Repair

Judith Lewis Herman
Hosted by Renee Garfinkel
Thomas Sparr, "German Jerusalem: The Remarkable Life of a German-Jewish Neighbourhood in the Holy City" (Haus Publishers, 2021)

June 4, 2024

German Jerusalem

Thomas Sparr
Hosted by Renee Garfinkel
The Vault

The Vault

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Selected lectures and symposia from The New York Institute for the Humanities. Since 1977, the New York Institute for the Humanities has brought together distinguished scholars, writers, artists, and publishing professionals to foster crucial discussions around the public humanities. Through weekly seminars and public events, the NYIH nurtures conversations and collaborations among its network of fellows to broaden the intellectual vision informing and enlivening public culture. For more information and to support the NYIH, visit nyihumanities.org.

Why We Argue

Why We Argue

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The "Why We Argue" podcast is produced by the Humanities Institute at the University of Connecticut as part of the Future of Truth project.

Seeing Truth in Physics: A Conversation with Professor of Physics Stephon Alexander

April 6, 2023

Seeing Truth in Physics

Stephon Alexander
Hosted by Alexis Boylan
Seeing Truth in the Climate Crisis: A Conversation with Artist Alexis Rockman about Art and the Environment

March 23, 2023

Seeing Truth in the Climate Crisis

Alexis Rockman
Hosted by Alexis Boylan
Writ Large

Writ Large

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There’s more to a book than what’s written on its pages: a book can change the world. In each episode of Writ Large, host Zachary Davis talks with one of the world’s leading scholars about one book that shaped the world we live in—whether you’ve heard of it or not. These conversations go beyond the plot summaries to unpack each book’s context and creation, and reveal its lasting influence on the ideas of today. Learn more at writlarge.fm

On Martin Heidegger's "Being and Time"

December 21, 2022

On Martin Heidegger's "Being and Time"

Peter Gordon
Hosted by Zachary Davis
On Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot"

December 20, 2022

On Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot"

Peter Connor
Hosted by Zachary Davis
In the Room

In the Room

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The European Union behind closed doors. Tim Gwynn Jones talks to former top EU officials about the union's crisis years. twentyfourtwo.substack.com

Concept : Art

Concept : Art

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Through conversations with philosophers and thinkers about their scholarly work, Concept : Art seeks to answer the question: how does art shape ideas? By exploring the influence of art and artworks, Concept : Art uncovers the ways art is and can be a resource and catalyst for thinking.

Lifestyle and Death with Christopher Mayes

June 10, 2024

Lifestyle and Death with Christopher Mayes

Christopher Mayes
Hosted by Pat McConville
Dancing Parkinson's and Queering Science with John Noel Viaña

May 14, 2024

Dancing Parkinson's and Queering Science

John Noel Viaña
Hosted by Pat McConville
Radio Reorient

Radio Reorient

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This is Radio ReOrient: exploring the post-Western, reconnecting the Islamosphere. Every other Friday we feature conversations with thinkers, artists and community activists about things Islamicate and decolonial. Radio ReOrient is a part of the Critical Muslim Studies project, connecting and intersecting acts of epistemic disobedience and political re-imagination.

Publish My Book: A Guide for Academic Authors

Publish My Book: A Guide for Academic Authors

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Publish My Book is your one-stop podcast for navigating the publishing journey, from manuscript draft to published monograph.

Created by Academic Language Experts.

Publish My Book: Crafting a Winning Book Proposal (Episode 4)

June 20, 2024

Crafting a Winning Book Proposal

Avi Staiman
Hosted by Avi Staiman