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Best Center For Culture podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Center For Culture podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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A Digital Magazine from the Center for Culture, History, and Environment
 
Mississippi Moments, a weekly radio program airing on Mississippi Public Broadcasting, is a partnership between the University of Southern Mississippi Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage, the Mississippi Humanities Council, and MPB.
 
Lively conversations with professors, fellows, scholars, and friends of the University of Notre Dame's de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. The Center is committed to sharing the richness of the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition through teaching, research, and dialogue, at the highest level and across a range of disciplines. For more information visit http://ethicscenter.nd.edu
 
This podcast is made available from Freedom Gateway Center. Farmington, MI
 
The City of God with Dr. Owen Strachan seeks to equip Christians living in a fallen world to bring the gospel to bear on all of life. By engaging leading thinkers and worldviews from a biblical standpoint, we think well about our environment, and are readied to take every thought captive for Christ.
 
"Hip-Hop Can Save America!" explores the innovative, inspiring, and often surprising ways hip-hop music, culture, and sensibilities are being applied in areas such as education, science/technology, health/wellness and more. Hosted by award-winning hip-hop journalist Manny Faces.
 
Christianity in Business is the show that helps Christian business leaders to integrate biblical values into business. This podcast is produced by the Center for Christianity in Business, an initiative of the Archie W. Dunham College of Business at Houston Baptist University.
 
The Center for Faith and Culture (CFC) is seeking to integrate the gospel into the daily lives of young adults (20?s and 30?s) in order that they might be transformed and become influencers in culture.
 
The podcast of the Center for Environmental Health. Remember to look, before you leap.
 
A podcast from CPYU (Center for Parent/Youth Understanding) discussing issues related to the world of youth culture, children, teens and young adults.Co hosted by CPYU President Walt Mueller and Jason Soucinek, CPYU Associate Staff for Sexual Integrity and Executive Director of Project Six19.
 
The Center for Oral and Public History at California State University, Fullerton presents Outspoken: A COPH Podcast. Outspoken incorporates current projects, oral histories, and archival material into monthly conversations. Join us!
 
Court Talk is a podcast from the National Center for State Courts, which focuses on the intersection between courts and current events.Tune in each month as we bring you a new episode on the latest happenings in courts.
 
Turning Points Magazine is the first ever Native college magazine written by Native students for Native students, housed at the Center for Indian Education at Arizona State University.
 
What is the nature of the human mind? The Emory Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture (CMBC) brings together scholars and researchers from diverse fields and perspectives to seek new answers to this fundamental question. Neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists, biological and cultural anthropologists, sociologists, geneticists, behavioral scientists, computer scientists, linguists, philosophers, artists, writers, and historians all pursue an understanding of the human mind, but institutional ...
 
Equipping the city of God to bear witness in the city of man.
 
Capitalism is the engine of prosperity. Capitalism sows the seeds of its own demise. Could both be right? Economists Luigi Zingales (University of Chicago) and Kate Waldock (Georgetown) share the sort of irreverent banter you’d hear between economists at a bar, if economists were capable of sarcasm and social enough to go out to bars.
 
For individuals who want to awaken their potential because they believe it is the key to a thriving life.
 
Jaison Gardner and Dr. Kaila Story talk race, gender, and LGBTQ issues, from politics to pop culture. A new episode every week, from Louisville Public Media.
 
The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics offers podcasts on a variety of ethical focus areas including Bioethics, Business Ethics, Campus Ethics, Character Education, Government Ethics, Internet Ethics, Journalism Ethics, Leadership Ethics, Social Sector Ethics, Technology Ethics, and more.
 
This is a podcast for anyone interested in Student-Centered Learning. Listen to expert interviews, book reviews and more. Host: Arthur Eduardo Baraf
 
Leading Ideas Talks brings to the table cutting-edge leaders on subjects you care about — navigating change, reaching younger people, financing your ministry, communicating effectively — to help you be the leader God is calling you to be.
 
An audio book club. Our geeks read and discuss new and classic works in the policy field – fictional and non. Social justice, tech, politics, policy … we cover it all and more. Let's think about what is at the heart of being a citizen in America. This book club helps us get at the heart of what it means to be a citizen in a democracy. Sponsored by the USC Bedrosian Center http://bedrosian.usc.edu/ Recorded at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy http://priceschool.usc.edu
 
Bethel Christian Center is a nondenominational church in Durham, North Carolina all about Christ transforming individual lives through lifting up Jesus, bringing in the broken, building up the weak, and going out into the triangle community and beyond.
 
Come explore, examine, and explain youth culture as well as the people who interact in it. Recorded at the Ethos Youth Center in Mariposa, Wyse Cast is sure to give any listener a better idea of youth culture.
 
Welcome to the Project Coaching Center podcast where we cover topics for Project Managers and team members dealing with the stickiest, most intractable problems that keep you up at night.
 
Texas A&M Health Talk, a production of the Texas A&M University Health Science Center, is your trusted source for entertaining and educational health news. We bring you expert advice and compelling insight on the latest in health, medicine and scientific discovery from across the globe.
 
The Table is a weekly podcast on topics related to God, Christianity, and cultural engagement brought to you by the Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary. The show features a variety of guests and is hosted by Dr. Darrell Bock, Bill Hendricks, Mikel Del Rosario and Kymberli Cook.
 
This ERLC podcast from Washington, DC features Jeff Pickering, Chelsea Patterson Sobolik, Travis Wussow, and Steven Harris as they chart a new way for evangelicals to engage in the public square.
 
Stories of the human heart. A candid, unscripted conversation between two people about what's really important in life: love, loss, family, friendship. When the world seems out of hand, tune in to StoryCorps and be reminded of the things that matter most.
 
Monthly movie podcast, with bonus episodes throughout, that center around the work of one director per show. Hosted by Jim Laczkowski & Patrick Ripoll for the first hundred episodes or so, then Brad Strauss and Al Kwiatkowski took their place.
 
Full-orbed biblical Reformational truth by the founder and president of the Center for Cultural Leadership.
 
The Appetite is a podcast by the founders of Opal: Food+Body Wisdom, an eating disorder treatment center in the University District of Seattle, WA. Psychologist Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS, Marriage and Family Therapist Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD, CD, will meet every other week to discuss all things food, body, movement, and mental health. Conversations are facilitated by Opal therapist Carter Umhau, LMHCA.Learn more about us at www.opal ...
 
The 1st Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures of October 1981 emphasized the importance of vibrant regional economies at a time when the focus of the nation was on an expanding global economy. Much has happened since then. The promise of the global economy has faded in face of ever greater wealth disparity and environmental degradation. There is growing interest in building a new economy that is just and recognizes planetary limits. The speakers of the Schumacher Lecture Series continue to be at ...
 
winecellarmedia.comPhoenix Calida And William J Jackson are producing news and comment without corporate backing. We do news, comment and discussion. We also spread our ideas in social media so don't forget to check us out there.
 
Hosted by Molly Wood, “Marketplace Tech” demystifies the digital economy. The daily show uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world.
 
Sisters Rain and Summer Phoenix have grown up eating, sleeping and living left-of-center. Raised in an artist activist family growing up Phoenix meant it was normal to think outside the box and color outside the lines. Welcome to LaunchLeft where famed creatives launch the next wave of music rebels. LaunchLeft aims to create an intentional space that highlights and empowers all artists for whom radical creativity is not a choice but a necessity. LaunchLeft begins with music but will eventual ...
 
A leftist politics and culture podcast for our terrible times. Hosted by Matt Binder.
 
The CLAS Latin American Briefing Series brings academic and policy experts to the University of Chicago campus to address important events and issues in contemporary Latin America. The series is supported, in part, by a Department of Education National Resource Center grant to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/University of Chicago Consortium for Latin American Studies and is co-sponsored by the International House Global Voices Program.
 
Cultures of Energy brings writers, artists and scholars together to talk, think and feel their way into the Anthropocene. We cover serious issues like climate change, species extinction and energy transition. But we also try to confront seemingly huge and insurmountable problems with insight, creativity and laughter. We believe in the possibility of personal and cultural change. And we believe that the arts and humanities can help guide us toward a more sustainable future. Cultures of Energy ...
 
Trangender news center is your one stop shop for trans news and discussion. Our hosts Jenny, Jazzy, and Niya welcome you
 
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The Spring 2020 semester has just started at Arizona State University. Natuve Sun Devils Brittany Gene, Mariah McGhee, Savannah Jacobs and Taylor Notah sit down and share their advice to fellow students on starting off a new semester right.Take it from us: we know how demanding college can be. Pulling all-nighters, cranking out research papers and …
 
Washington Post reporter Samantha Schmidt followed Braiden Schirtzinger, a non-binary person, through their pregnancy and early motherhood. Schmidt joins us to talk about the story.
 
We open 2020 with a month-long series On Human Dignity exploring the implications of this theological truth on life, ministry, and the public square. This week we bring you a special episode to mark the 2020 March for Life. On this episode, Jeff Pickering interviews Jeanne Mancini, president of the March for Life, at their offices in downtown D.C. …
 
Hey gang. This was Pateron Early Access andn now we have in the socialized feed for you.By The Black Podcast
 
This week, Cruise, the self-driving car subsidiary of GM, introduced Origin, a fully autonomous vehicle that has no driving controls whatsoever. It’s meant to be a rolling pod that carries passengers on demand, almost like a small bus or train car. But are companies allowed to operate cars without steering wheels on public roads? Both Cruise and Wa…
 
In Episode Seventeen, COPH archivist, Natalie Navar-Garcia sits down with 2019 Hansen Lecturer, Greg Williams. As director of Archives and Special Collections at CSU Dominguez Hills, Williams has spent the last several years working on the CSU Japanese American Digitization Project (CSUJAD.com). In this interview, he talks about how the project got…
 
Right now, registrations for websites that use dot-org — like Marketplace — are overseen by a nonprofit organization called the Internet Society. But in November, the Internet Society suddenly announced that it would sell control of those registrations to a one-year-old private equity firm called Ethos Capital for $1.1 billion. That made people wor…
 
This week, Google/Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai argued that we need to regulate artificial intelligence and also suggested a temporary ban on facial recognition technology. Microsoft President Brad Smith, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, also said we need to create ethical guidelines and rules for how AI should be used. In a…
 
We open 2020 with a month-long series On Human Dignity exploring the implications of this theological truth on life, ministry, and the public square. On this week’s episode, we continue the conversation by welcoming a longtime friend of the ERLC, Briana Stensrud to share her stories of standing up for the vulnerable. Her career is a testament for h…
 
Looking for ways to re-energize you congregation? In this episode we speak with church renewal expert Sue Nilson Kibbey about the central role of breakthrough prayer in helping a congregation shift the focus of its gaze up and out, rather than down and in. Transcript Announcer: Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Le…
 
Roger Scruton (1944-2020) was a leading public intellectual, writing on issues such as aesthetics, conservative political philosophy, and ethics. Listen in as Dr. Owen Strachan discusses Scruton’s contributions and remembers his life.By Owen Strachan
 
Roger Scruton (1944-2020) was a leading public intellectual, writing on issues such as aesthetics, conservative political philosophy, and ethics. Listen in as Dr. Owen Strachan discusses Scruton’s contributions and remembers his life.By Owen Strachan
 
Google recently announced some big privacy changes for its internet browser Chrome. It’s planning to make obsolete what are known as third-party cookies. Cookies are the trackers that advertisers plant so when you shop for shoes one time, you’ll then see ads for them … forever. It’ll also put a limit on the amount of data websites can collect. Othe…
 
Rain and Summer go remote to interview David Longstreth aka Dirty Projectors before a show. He candidly unpacks his process of song writing, recording and live performance, unravels the mystery of the band name and tips his hat to bands old and new. While you’re tuning in, don’t forget to rate and subscribe! Find us at LaunchLeft.com or wherever yo…
 
Kymberli Cook Welcome to The Table Podcast, where we discuss issues of God and culture. My name is Kymberli Cook, and I am the Senior Administrator at the Hendricks Center. And today we’re gonna be talking about double-ministry families. And we’re joined by Aaron Armstrong, who is the Lead Pastor at Dallas Bible Church, Kat Armstrong, his wife, who…
 
This week, conversations between strangers who don't necessarily agree on things politically, but come together to find moments of connection during their StoryCorps interviews.By NPR
 
On January 6th, 2020, a statue of slain civil rights leader Vernon Dahmer was unveiled at Hattiesburg City Hall. In this episode, taken from her 1974 COHCH interview, Ellie J. Dahmer remembers her husband as a Christian man who helped everyone regardless of race. As a prominent figure in the Civil Rights Movement, Vernon Dahmer received death threa…
 
In this episode, the Director's Club hunts for the Riff Raff whose Hidden Agenda was to get the Angel's Share while the Wind Shakes the Barley as we look at the films of British director Ken Loach. Joined by "Fresh Perspective" host and founder of Cinema Femme Magazine, Rebecca Martin, we examine how he emerged from the tradition of the British "ki…
 
This year’s census is going digital — the first one in history to be available to complete online, instead of on paper. That’s fitting in a world that’s much more connected, compared to 10 years ago, but our online lives mean there’s some risks, too. Disinformation is a big one — mainly fake news designed to influence people’s thinking, which led t…
 
Hey gang. We're gunning to make this year a big year. We're fighting like hell to get Phoenix Calida that promotion at SWOP now that she's away from that office job at the church. William is still at the factory but if we get our subscribers up and get our program out farther beyond our current reach, we can make some big steps. Thank you for subsc…
 
We are meant to move mountains - to see the impossible occur through the exercise of faith in the omnipotent promises of our sovereign Lord. If we are not seeing mountains move, we are living beneath our means. We are living as paupers when we have millions in our heavenly bank account. Jon Bloomhttps://www.desiringgod.org/articles/you-are-meant-to…
 
Sermon 01.19.2020 - Pastor Deborah O'Dell - Culture of HonorBy Deb O'Dell
 
Hey gang. So we realized something after recording and uploading. There was police body camera footage of the aftermath of Becky's poo bucket so we had to do a follow up. It's responsible journalism.By The Black Podcast
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Jeff Thomas. Jeff has over 25 years of experience working at some of the biggest names on Wall Street. He was named to Morgan Stanley’s Chairman’s Club (top 2% of advisors) in 2008. From 2009 to 2013, Barron’s magazine recognized him as “One of Texas’ Top Financial Advisors." In 2017, Jeff established Archetype Weal…
 
A woman who threw a bucket of human feces at her landlord claims she meant to soak the victim in water, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies said they were called to a trailer on Reed Ellis Road in Osteen around 5:15 p.m. Saturday and found the victim dripping wet with feces and the suspect, Joanne Mercader, with dried feces c…
 
A lot of tech companies have pledged that their operations are — or will — become carbon neutral. But this week, Microsoft announced plans to become carbon negative in the next 10 years. That means it will invest $1 billion in technologies to remove carbon from the atmosphere in addition to using more renewable energy or offsetting the emissions it…
 
Reverend Terrence P. Ehrman, C.S.C. is chaplain to the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. A native of Baltimore, Father Terry joined the Congregation of Holy Cross after earning a B.S. in biology from Notre Dame and an M.S. in biology from Virginia Tech. He was ordained in 2000 and received his Ph.D in theology from the Catholic University of…
 
We open 2020 with a month-long series On Human Dignity exploring the implications of this theological truth on life, ministry, and the public square. On this week’s episode, Chelsea welcomes Janet Durig to the Leland House to share stories of Christ’s transformative power for people in need. Janet is the executive director of the Capitol Hill Pregn…
 
In today’s episode we’re thinking about racism, sexism, misogynoir, and the journalism. We're reading Trailblazer, a memoir by journalist giant Dorothy Butler Gilliam. Gilliam shattered the barriers of race and gender as the first black female reporter at The Washington Post. She had to transform the way the Post viewed what was worthy of space on …
 
Our latest update in this ongoing saga comes from the hill linked below and beneath that, we'll link you to more articles, piecing together a timeline of sorts. Go to winecellarmedia.com for more.By The Black Podcast
 
When it comes to rolling out 5G, there are a lot of moving parts. At the heart of the 5G story sits Qualcomm, the company that makes wireless chips for your phone and develops and licenses other technology in the wireless industry. Qualcomm has been pushing 5G hard, but there are aspects of the 5G rollout it can’t control. The company is also the s…
 
As the Democratic primary is ramping up for the Iowa caucuses, everyone is talking about how much money the candidates have spent. And they're asking whether billionaires like Tom Steyer and Mike Bloomberg should be able to use their wealth to buy their way into the race or, even buy the presidency? On this episode, Kate and Luigi breakdown the eco…
 
Can we truly control our bodies in order to change the way we look? As talk of New Year’s “lifestyle changes,” diets, and new exercise regimens fill our feeds, we’re here to talk about a major function of the body impacted by unhealthy dieting and changes in exercise: METABOLISM. In this episode we’re exploring what it is, how it works, and whether…
 
Can we truly control our bodies in order to change the way we look? As talk of New Year’s “lifestyle changes,” diets, and new exercise regimens fill our feeds, we’re here to talk about a major function of the body impacted by unhealthy dieting and changes in exercise: METABOLISM. In this episode we’re exploring what it is, how it works, and whether…
 
Progressive activist Jordan Uhl joins DOOMED with Matt Binder to breakdown the final Democratic debate before the Iowa caucuses right after the event! We discuss the media bias of CNN, the pointlessness of the debate format, Joe Biden's Iraq war record, the "beef" between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, also: Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, and…
 
Self-proclaimed “prophet” Jeremiah Johnson appeared on Sid Roth’s “It’s Supernatural” program last week, where he claimed that God raised up President Donald Trump to end abortion in America with the help of the baby boomer generation. Johnson recounted a dream he said that he had in 2019 in which he was invited to meet with Trump at the White Hous…
 
This year at CES, the big electronics and tech show in Las Vegas held every January, the kickoff keynote presentation for the first time was by an airline CEO, Delta Air Lines’ Ed Bastian. He talked about how tech should help take the stress out of flying and, of course, make you want to pay more to fly Delta. The airline announced a few new featur…
 
An expert in industrial organizational psychology at Texas A&M dives into safety climate, how it differs from safety culture, and how to assess the safety climate of an organization.By Lindsey Hendrix
 
It’s stupefying that God requires we search out and ponder and relish and express gratitude for His works, while this topic is almost never expounded or even mentioned today. This talk highlights several leading divine works and shows how we can correct our time’s dangerous omission.By P. Andrew Sandlin
 
Kids and adults alike have been hammered with the idea that we are to seize the day. Sadly, how we understand and live out carpe diem is that we live in the moment, with little regard for the past and not much thought at all about the future. Our homes and youth ministries should be places where this notion is challenged, as we endeavor to become a…
 
These days, we’ve all got a Las Vegas buffet of subscription streaming services to pick from. One new one called Quibi — short for quick bites — will launch in April and is only for your phone. Quibi was founded by former Disney executive and producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Meg Whitman is CEO. They gave a big presentation about the service last we…
 
This week on the show: Ashia Monet on queer love Interests of color and the white gaze (https://medium.com/@ashiamonetb/queer-love-interests-of-color-and-the-white-gaze-8928b7b5e6ad), and Sydney Balloue on what the "realness" ballroom category means now that passing isn't the goal for most LGBTQ people (https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/22/opinion/ba…
 
This intimate conversation centers around music and it’s healing power for Alejandro, in regard to both mental health and life path. He shares about his family life, homeschooling, his meteoric rise on American Idol and how his fight to maintain his self-expression ultimately won them over. Plus we find out he only started playing at age 19?! A vir…
 
Mikel Del Rosario Welcome to The Table, where we discuss issues of God and culture. I’m Mikel Del Rosario, Cultural Engagement Manager here at the Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary. And our topic today is helping your church defend the faith. How can we help our brothers and sisters in the church explain the faith to people who see Ch…
 
This week, we'll hear from veterans and their families as they navigate difficult conversations around deployment and the transition back to civilian life.By NPR
 
For Gulf Coast residents, January means Mardi Gras season and in the South, no Super Bowl party is complete without a King Cake. Beyond the traditional Carnival celebrations in Mobile, Biloxi, and New Orleans, many other southern cities have established their own annual parades and festivities in recent years. Ocean Springs native, Christa Hode gre…
 
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