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Other People's Money and How the Bankers Use It is a collection of essays written by Louis Brandeis published as a book in 1914. The book attacked the use of investment funds to promote the consolidation of various industries under the control of a small number of corporations, which Brandeis alleged were working in concert to prevent competition. Brandeis harshly criticized investment bankers who controlled large amounts of money deposited in their banks by middle-class people. The heads of ...
 
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HuffPost Religion
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From the Pope to Patti Smith -- All Together is dedicated to exploring how religion ideas, ethics and spiritual practices inform and shape our personal lives, our communities and our world. Host Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush is the Executive Editor of HuffPost Religion, which is America's most widely-read religion website.
 
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Tiferet Talk
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Tiferet Talk is offered by TIFERET Journal. Our literary journal and monthly radio shows feature writers like Robert Pinsky, Charles Simic, Natalie Goldberg, Ed Hirsch, Jean Shinoda Bolen, Marie Howe, and many others. To subscribe, please visit http://tiferetjournal.com/the-journal/.
 
Room for Improvment is a weekly improvisational comedy show hosted by Abigail Rothstein and Rebecca Groner. The hosts and their guests create scenes that are made up entirely on-the-spot and recorded live in the studio. In between scenes, Abigail and Rebecca find inspiration from songs, sappy fortune cookies, scary real-life stories, and strange YouTube videos. They hope to make you roll on the floor laughing and if they do not, they would love to have you on the show so you can laugh along ...
 
If Louis CK, George Carlin & Kurt Vonnegut Had a Baby -- It would be this podcast
 
Hosts Ethan Mermelstein and Hanna Wellish really want to KNOW their guests. Emotionally Reckless features raw and intimate conversations between friends, lovers, professionals, relatives, and strangers.
 
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3rd Streaming
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Coined in 1957 by Brandeis University professor Gunther Schuller, “Third Stream” is a term used to describe the synthesis of classical and jazz. Join DJ Gary Chew to discover some Third Stream sounds for yourself.
 
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EP 005: ASA Fort Benning Preview. In this episode Shawn recaps the Shamrock Shoot held at Brandeis University. We interview Tanja Jensen and recap her indoor season, her win at her very first ASA tournament, and the upcoming ASA at Fort Benning. Braden discusses some last minute equipment changes before leaving for Fort Benning. We also dive in ...…
 
Serena Ehrlich, director of social and evolving media for BusinessWire, talks about what news organizations might do next now that Facebook’s algorithm has all but ended the sharing of their content in users’ News Feeds. Also in this episode: Companies are increasing the size of their communication staffs in an effort to protect their reputatio ...…
 
Episode 93: Gospel Doctrine Lesson 11 with David Bokovoy Hosted by Brian Whitney Topics Discussed: Brian and David discuss Genesis chapters 32; 34; 37–39, which cover the change of Jacob's name to Israel, Israel's favor of Joseph, Joseph's "coat of many colors," Joseph being sold into slavery in Egypt by his brothers, the temptation of Joseph b ...…
 
Although much of the world’s scientific research have been done by women, science is arguably still dominated by men, even though a sizable number of women enter the science and engineering fields. Their work however, is seldom recognized in a meaningful way and numerous women leave the profession before they become well established. Why is thi ...…
 
Although much of the world’s scientific research have been done by women, science is arguably still dominated by men, even though a sizable number of women enter the science and engineering fields. Their work however, is seldom recognized in a meaningful way and numerous women leave the profession before they become well established. Why is thi ...…
 
Eddie Cantor was once among the most popular performers in the United States. He was influential and innovative on stage, radio, and film from the early twentieth century though the early 1960s. He is not widely known today, however, despite…
 
Eddie Cantor was once among the most popular performers in the United States. He was influential and innovative on stage, radio, and film from the early twentieth century though the early 1960s. He is not widely known today, however, despite…
 
Eddie Cantor was once among the most popular performers in the United States. He was influential and innovative on stage, radio, and film from the early twentieth century though the early 1960s. He is not widely known today, however, despite…
 
Dr Muriel Gillick, an expert on aging, author of the Life In The End Zone blog and Old and Sick in America: The Journey through the Health Care System (Studies in Social Medicine) is our first guest. Joining us in the second half of the show is Alan Yoffie, author of Sharing the Journey: The Haggadah for the Contemporary Family by Alan S. Yoffi ...…
 
Enjoy this BONUS Episode - Q & A with Mike Schultz, President of RAIN GroupA few highlights... we talk about: New research proving that cold calls and outbound still works to generate salesInsights into what buyers wants from sellersWhich channels work, in what context and sequence, to create sales pipelineMore about our guest: President of RAI ...…
 
Business Playmakers is honored to bring you an amazing episode featuring the President of The Malcolm Bryant Corporation, Madison Silvert. The Madison story, as mentioned in the podcast, is one that is devoted to his home town, Owensboro Kentucky. Madison attended Centre College where he fell in love with economics, and because of the history o ...…
 
In part 1 we talk to John Keilty about the changes he's seen in technology and discovery within the pharma and biotech industries.John Keilty joined Decibel Therapeutics from Third Rock Ventures where he served as the general manager of platform operations, responsible for the development and implementation of technology roadmaps for companies ...…
 
Lesléa Newman is the author of 70 books for readers of all ages, including A Letter to Harvey Milk; October Mourning: A Song for Matthew Shepard; I Carry My Mother; The Boy Who Cried Fabulous; Ketzel, the Cat Who Composed; and Heather Has Two Mommies. Lesléa just released a new book of poetry titled Lovely. She has received many literary awards ...…
 
Season 2 Episode 6 Who says humor doesn’t belong in the classroom? Not Professor Benjamin White, whose comic chops turn ordinary Psychology lessons into a study of the human wit. While White emphasizes he doesn’t moonlight as a comedian, he actively plays for laughs throughout his courses and says it benefits his students. Join White as he disc ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Thomas Shapiro, Zamila Bunglawala | In his latest book, Toxic Inequality, which he will discuss in this lecture, Thomas Shapiro examines a powerful and unprecedented convergence in the United States: historic and rising levels of wealth and income inequality in an era of stalled mobility, intersecting with a widening racia ...…
 
This episode discusses the important role European ballet teachers played in America, especially during the last decades of the nineteenth century and first decades of the twentieth century. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of History and former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. She teaches American ...…
 
This episode continues the exploration of the history of boys and ballet in America. Today's episode's focuses on the challenges historically faced by boys in ballet. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of History and former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. She teaches American and women's history, wi ...…
 
This episode is the first of two that will explore the history of boys and ballet in America. This episode's focus is on the steady increase in the number of American boys taking ballet class over the twentieth century, and next month's focus will be on the challenges historically faced by boys in ballet. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of ...…
 
This episode is about the five Native American ballerinas who had fabulous careers mid-20th century. The idea for this episode came from a listener who wanted to know more about Maria Tallchief. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of History and former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. She teaches Amer ...…
 
Would you say that public speaking is in your comfort zone? What about networking alone at a business event, or having to personally fire an employee? This episode’s about stretching beyond your comfort zone — even one toe at a time — to reach a place where you’re living the life you’ve always imagined. Andy Molinksy, a professor at the Brandei ...…
 
Not very many intellectuals really change their minds about anything. They have a big idea, often become well known because of it. Then their big idea becomes an integral part of their identity and they just never let it go.…
 
To deal with the ever increasing death toll due to opioid overdose, Pres. Trump has now declared a “public health emergency." Dr. Andrew Kolodny of Brandeis tells Jim Zirin we need a massive coordinated federal program if we are to save American lives.
 
In this first episode I talk about the book that made me the student and thinker I am today: Becoming a Writer, by Dorthea Brande. I describe how Brande's ideas can make us more productive in all areas of our lives.
 
What a treat it is to listen to our conversation with Adam Gamwell and Ryan Collins, two anthropologists who are trying really hard to make anthropology relevant to buisnesses, corporations and leaders well beyond the acadmic classroom. They bring together their different perspectives. But, they share their ideas through their podcast, This Ant ...…
 
Alison Kudlow is a New York-based artist whose multi-displinary practice explores how materiality impacts our experience of light. Alison is currently an MFA candidate at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Cinema and Television Production from the University of Southern California in 2003 and a Post ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: BrandmandAuthor: Rasmus DahlbergNarrator: Tobias HertzFormat: UnabridgedLength: 10 hrs and 46 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 09-08-17Publisher: Lindhardt og RinghofGenres: Bios & Memoirs, Personal MemoirsPublisher's Summary:"Brandmand" er historie ...…
 
In our first-ever show, we talk with the Brandeis women's and UMass-Boston men's coach to preview the 2017 season.
 
Tiferet Journal, and our Tiferet Talk Interviews host Gayle Brandeis, are most honored and pleased to have as our guest, award winning poet, writer, editor and teacher, Khadijah Queen. Khadijah Queen is the author of five books, most recently I'm So Fine: A List of Famous Men & What I Had On (YesYes Books 2017). Earlier poetry collections inclu ...…
 
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