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Podcast series from Cornell University Press. Changing the world one book at a time.
Sports & Corks
What do two people named Emily have in common other than a name? A love of sports, wine, and talking about both. With backgrounds working in the sports industry, they’re here to give you all of their thoughts from the field to Twitter, and everything in between; dating, pop culture, and wine recommendations.
New scientific developments are transforming the future of cancer treatment and care. Hosted by world-renowned hematologist and medical oncologist Dr. John Leonard, CancerCast is your window into research breakthroughs, innovative therapies and honest accounts of living with and beyond cancer. Questions or suggestions? Email us at
A podcast about language pedagogy and second language acquisition from the Language Resource Center at Cornell University.
Paul Cornell (Doctor Who, Elementary) and L.M. Myles (Verity!), plus occasional guests, discuss, in order of UK release, every horror movie made by Hammer Film Productions between 1955 and 1976, from The Quatermass XPeriment to To the Devil... A Daughter.
This series of messages is an exposition of the book of 1 Corinthians taught by Cornel Rasor, a pastor at Kootenai Community Church.
Features conversations with people who offer pieces of the puzzle of “a world that just might work” -- provocative approaches to business, environment, health, science, politics, media and culture. Guests have included Michael Lewis, Ken Burns, Arianna Huffington, Paul Krugman, Temple Grandin, Bill Maher, Cornel West, Doris Kearns Goodwin, and Norman Lear. []
The expository preaching ministry of Kootenai Community Church by Pastors/Elders Jim Osman, Jess Whetsel, Dave Rich, and Cornel Rasor.
From the Southeast Asia Program at Cornell University, the Gatty Lecture Rewind Podcast features interviews and conversations with scholars and researchers working in and around Southeast Asia, all of whom have been invited to give a Gatty Lecture at Cornell University. Conversations cover the history, politics, economics, literature, art, and cultures of the region. Interviews are hosted by graduate students at Cornell University, and podcast topics cover the many nations and peoples of Sou ...
Welcome to the Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg Podcast! Each episode features wide-ranging discussions with tech's top entrepreneurs, investors, and thought leaders about the most pressing issues facing them and the industry. The conversations were originally recorded as part of the monthly Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg Speaker Series, which convenes students from Cornell Tech, Bloomberg employees, and members of New York’s tech community at Bloomberg’s Global Headquarters in New York City. Now, they're ...
Charles Cornell
A show dedicated to telling the stories of business owners, entrepreneurs and individuals who have an inspiring and insightful perspective on business and life.
Learning in Public
Just a Podcast with two best friends that spark up conversations and try to navigate the world, one conversation at a time.
Good Code
Good Code is a weekly podcast on ethics in our digital world. We look at ways in which our increasingly digital societies could go terribly wrong, and we speak with those trying to prevent that. If you like TV shows, think of it as Black Mirror meets The Good Place: Dystopian scenarios, with a way out. Good Code is a collaboration of Cornell Tech's Digital Life Initiative and visiting journalist Chine Labbe.
Extension Out Loud
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Katie Baildon and Paul Treadwell highlight the impact that CCE has on the daily lives of New Yorkers through engaging interviews with researchers, educators, and practitioners. Their wide-ranging conversations explore agriculture, food systems, nutrition, sustainable energy, youth development and more.
Raid Chat
A weekly podcast where guildmates discuss the week's raiding and news.
I am an improvisatory pianist. My music is pensive, and is great to listen to while you're reading, driving, meditating, enjoying dinner, or just relaxing. Because I am an improviser, every podcast is entirely on the spot and is completely original. I post a new episode once or twice a week; or whenever I feel like it.
At Weill Cornell Medicine, we connect the collective power of our integrated partners in education and research to provide world-class care for our individual patients—the center of everything we do.
Cornell Talk
Random talk
Weekly summary of timely turf topics for the Northeast from experts around the region. The latest weather and how it affects your management of diseases, insects and fertility, timely tips and more.
Host J. Robert Lennon interviews writers visiting Cornell University as part of the Barbara and David Zalaznick Reading Series, including George Saunders, Junot Diaz, Lydia Davis, Charles Simic, Claudia Emerson, Nicholson Baker, Téa Obreht, Jonathan Franzen, Heather McHugh, and many more.
We at Ask an Astronomer are a collection of volunteer graduate students at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, along with David Kornreich, a professor at Ithaca College. We have a website which we have run for about a decade where we answer a variety of astronomy related questions submitted by readers. Our website is
Advice for turf professionals from Dr. Frank Rossi, Cornell University Turfgrass Program
Home lawn care advice from by Dr. Frank Rossi, Cornell University Turfgrass Program
Audioslave talks about & previews audio clips from their new album "Revelations."
The RPG Show
A bi-monthly podcast where hosts Brent and Nick sit down with a guest to discuss classic RPGs.
Back to Health
Whether you are recovering from an injury, chronic pain, or surgery, rehabilitation medicine can help you. The Back to Health podcast features discussions with leading rehabilitation medicine specialists at Weill Cornell Medicine about the latest research, most pertinent issues, and surgical and non-surgical treatment options. Patients and caregivers will be better equipped to take charge of the rehabilitation and recovery process.
Dr. Phil Stieg, Neurosurgeon-in-Chief of NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and founder and Chairman of the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center, introduces his new podcast, which will explore different aspects of our most important and complex organ – the brain. In each episode, this world-renowned neurosurgeon will present a view into how the brain works, what can go wrong, and what we know about how to fix it. Get life-saving information and timely advice on how to ...
The following sermons were preached at the Episcopal Church at Cornell, a chaplaincy of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York. Click for rss feed or itunes podcast subscription.
Celebrating the Cornell University Library's rich history and traditions, the library's Oral History Project is a collection of oral history audio recordings contributed by Cornell alumni and friends.
Comedians Curt Neill and Cornell Reid proudly present a new podcast focusing on their most marketable skill: giving nicknames. The only question is... who gives THE BEST nicknames. Only one way to find out.
Walking Alone Podcast
Two NYC fighters talk martial arts, diet, fitness, lifestyle and more, also we're very handsome.
For my ADD
Welcome to the For my ADD podcast! I'm a beginner in this whole medium. I plan on talking about any an everything. Although I love Hip Hop, so that may be the majority of content. I'm always in my head haha so this seems like a good place to let thoughts out at from time to time.
A year-long speaker series sponsored by the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Initiative.
Cornell University's educational science talk show. Tune in to learn about everything a college student could need to know!
DJ Chris Cornell a Denver based DJ and producer and he spins the latest and greatest of EDM combined with various types of vocals, dance, tribal and progressive house beats combining fresh takes on remixes and creating new sounds all his own!LIKE MY DOWNLOAD:DJ Chris CornellIf you ever hear a song in my sets you absolutely love, please email me and I'll be happy to send it to you!!Cheers!!
Present Value is an independent editorial project produced by students at Cornell University’s SC Johnson Graduate School of Management. We aim to bring insights from renowned thought-leaders to curious minds everywhere. New episodes will be released monthly, so subscribe now for more Present Value.
Ohio Mysteries
Each week Paula and Stephen explore unsolved murders, lost shipwrecks, local legends and more! MUSIC: NEW HORIZON-ADERIN MUSIC: THE GREAT UNKNOWN- AUDIONAUTIX
USDA MyPyramid PodCasts
Monthly tips on how you could take small steps that add up to real changes in your weight and health
Audio Ink Radio, featuring interviews with some of the best in rock and metal music, is hosted by music journalist and radio personality Anne Erickson. She has interviewed Chris Cornell, Myles Kennedy, Alice Cooper, Corey Taylor and many more. Get inked!
Health Conscious
Health Conscious is an independent project produced by students at Cornell University’s Sloan Program in Health Administration. We created the show with the intention of informing students as well as the wider public about important topics in health care. We aim to bring insights from renowned health leaders to curious minds everywhere. New episodes will be released just about every other week, so subscribe now for more Health Conscious.
Interviews with Scholars of Russia and Eurasia about their New Books
This series of messages is an exposition of the book of 1 Corinthians taught by Cornel Rasor, a pastor at Kootenai Community Church.
Perhaps no story is as essential to get right as the history of capitalism. Nearly all of our theories about promoting progress come from how we interpret the economic changes of the last 500 years. This past decade's crises continue to remind us just how much capitalism changes, even as its basic features—wage labor, financial markets, private property, entrepreneurs—endure. While capitalism has a global history, the United States plays a special role in that story. This course will help yo ...
A Study In The Word is a daily teaching program hosted by Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart. Throughout this 30-minute program, associate pastors Loren Larson, Jim Woolsey, Bob Cornell, and others join Brother Swaggart in discussing biblical genealogy, history, prophecy, and end-time events in a detailed verse-by-verse format. The rich discussions and insights offered by these men of God on a myriad of biblical topics are extremely beneficial to every believer. For more information please visit www. ...
Interviews with Scholars of Global Affairs about their New Books
Refreshingly honest conversations with students who share their stories, struggles and successes, as well as educational experts who provide valuable information on all things college.
Redemption Song
A podcast where four musicians give a (mostly) unbiased listen to the most hated records of all time to see if there isn't anything worthwhile to them after all.
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On Monday, October 22, 2018, Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg featured Anthony Casalena, founder and CEO of Squarespace, in conversation with Scarlet Fu of Bloomberg Television. They talked about the process of building the company, why it was headquartered in New York City, the challenges of being a sole founder, and the current landscape of entrepren ...…
This episode we speak with Brandon Schechter, author of the new book The Stuff of Soldiers: A History of the Red Army in World War II through Objects: ttps:// Schechter is a historian of the Soviet Union whose research focuses on the creation of meaning in times of cri ...…
In No Path Home: Humanitarian Camps and the Grief of Displacement (Cornell University Press, 2018), Elizabeth Cullen Dunn describes in a very on point and straight forward way how displacement has become a chronic condition for more than 60 million people. Dunn shows how war creates a deeply damaged world in which the structures that allow peop ...…
Extra long albums mean extra long eps! It's a mega sized Redemption Song as we dive into the 2009 collaboration between Timbaland and Chris Cornell. Phat Beats and lazy treats clash with one of rock's mightiest voices. And we do mean "clash." Grab an extra large bucket of popcorn and a family sized soda and settle in for the Longer than The God ...…
Dag Hammarskjold was such a dynamic secretary-general that for years, the motto about him was simply “Leave it to Dag.” Only the second person to hold that post when he was elected, Hammarskjold did a great deal to shape perceptions of the UN. Consequently, evaluations of his legacy have tended to run the gamut, from extremely positive to bitin ...…
Larry Diamond joins us this week to talk about the threat China’s model of authoritarian capitalism poses to liberal democracy in the United States and around the world. Economics drives politics, and it’s easy to admire China’s growth while looking past things like increasing surveillance and lack of respect for norms and the rule of law. We’v ...…
Larry Diamond joins us this week to talk about the threat China’s model of authoritarian capitalism poses to liberal democracy in the United States and around the world. Economics drives politics, and it’s easy to admire China’s growth while looking past things like increasing surveillance and lack of respect for norms and the rule of law. We’v ...…
In a rite of passage, young folks in and around Lake County often make pilgrimages down Wisner Road in Kirtland in search of the Melonheads, mythical humanoid creatures with bulbous heads. What is the story, and how did it get started? We explore this urban legend, as well as the lore of the Kenmore Grassman, a bigfoot type creature that has be ...…
Mass shootings, bullying and retaliation, and other acts of violence -- why did the human brain evolve to be so aggressive? Dr. Heather Berlin, a psychiatrist at the Icahn School of Medicine, talks about the genetics of violence, the "mean girl" phenomenon, and why some psychopaths end up in jail while others land in the corner office.…
We all say we want more genuine and authentic relationships, but are we really ready to step up and take responsibility for BEING genuine in our own life. It can be scary to show up with all our parts, good, bad, positive and negative. And when we are afraid, we tend to hide. While this makes perfect sense, it does not get us the thing we are u ...…
I talk with JEREMY RIFKIN, advisor to China and the European Union, and author of 20 books about the impact of scientific and technological changes on the economy, society, and the environment. In his newest book, THE GREEN NEW DEAL: Why the Fossil Fuel Civilization Will Collapse by 2028, and the Bold Economic Plan to Save Life on Earth, he dra ...…
Once again, PAC12 football remains a top pick for content, starting with a recap of last week (1:01). Although the upcoming weekend of CFB might not be the most exciting for full day consumption, the Emilys’ GOT should offer some thrills (7:09). Dr. Phil’s son opened for the Jonas Brothers and other fun facts come up with hot takes for the week ...…
Historian Maria Cristina Garcia examines how climate change causes economic and political upheaval.By Cornell University, College of Arts & Sciences.
In Mansfield, businessman Virgil Cates ended up in the news three times in 1983 - first as the victim of a burglary, then arrested as a member of a regional auto theft ring, and finally as a homicide in a still-unsolved murder case. www. ...…
Margaret Malone is the Director of the Assessment and Evaluation Language Resource Center at Georgetown University, a Research Professor at Georgetown, and she is also the Director of ACTFL’s Center for Assessment, Research and Development. She was on campus as part of our monthly LRC Speaker Series and gave a talk titled “What do students and ...…
Michael sits down to chat with Apiwat Ratanawaraha about his Gatty Lecture, "From Boston to Bangkok: How American Cold-War Urbanism Shaped Thailand’s Current Urban Plans." Apiwat describes how "Thailand’s current urban plans and planning institutions originated from a technical assistance project funded by the United States Operations Mission i ...…
Who has the right to have rights? Motivated by Hannah Arendt’s famous reflections on the question of statelessness the book tells a non-linear global story of the emergence and transformations of human rights in the age of nation-states. In his new book A World Divided: The Global Struggle for Human Rights in the Age of Nation-States (Princeton ...…
Behind every landmark drug is a story. It could be a researcher’s genius insight, a catalyzing moment in geopolitical history, a new breakthrough technology, or an unexpected but welcome side effect discovered during clinical trials. In his new book, Ten Drugs: How Plants, Powders, and Pills Have Shaped the History of Medicine (Harry N. Abrams, ...…
Neoliberalism is one of those fuzzy words that can mean something different to everyone. Wendy Brown is one of the world’s leading scholars on neoliberalism and argue that a generation of neoliberal worldview among political, business, and intellectual leaders led to the populism we’re seeing throughout the world today. But is it mutually exclu ...…
Wonderfully concise and very readable, A Brief History of Spain (Robinson, 2019), is perfect for travelers as well as the discerning reader. Professor of History at Exeter University Jeremy Black’s book is a ‘must read’. This is an extraordinary tale of Spain, from early tribalism and Roman rule to the Moorish conquest in the 8th century, Spain ...…
In the first case to bring the fraternity tradition of hazing to national consciousness, 18-year-old Stuart Pierson is found decapitated next to train tracks where he was instructed to wait as part of his initiation ceremony at Kenyon College in 1905. Did he fall asleep on the rails, or had he been tied to the tracks? Due to controversial moves ...…
Hello! And welcome to the fifth episode of Hammer House of Podcast, where Paul Cornell (Doctor Who, Elementary) and L.M. Myles (Verity!) discuss, in order of UK release, every horror movie made by Hammer Film Productions between 1955 and 1976, from The Quatermass Xperiment to To the Devil… A Daughter. In 1963's Maniac, we journey to France, and ...…
Whistleblowers are in the news. And Trump’s not the first to attack them. Here’s my 2013 show on the documentary, WAR ON WHISTLEBLOWERS: Free Press and the National Security State. I speak with producer/director, ROBERT GREENWALD, and with THOMAS TAMM and FRANZ GAYL, two of the four whistleblowers in the film, punished under Bush and Obama for ...…
Brent, Nick, & Kujo review FE Three HousesBy The RPG Show.
Meet A Genuine girl, TSU Sophomore Meredith Mistrot, who started A Genuine Girl podcast midway through her freshman year after realizing that while she seemed to be taking all the right steps and doing all the right things, she was not actually creating what she was most seeking: authentic and genuine friendships. Meredith shares with us her pa ...…
With only a few more months of college football, Emily and Emily share their thoughts (1:12). They talk GotW (10:20). Pour one out for Mark Titus (13:23) and then just pour out one of the wines they’re drinking this week (16:57). Hot takes are then brought to you by a love of Nuggets and brussel sprouts (19:44). Another nugget of kindness pops ...…
Kiowa filmmaker Jeffrey Palmer, assistant professor of performing and media arts at Cornell University, examines how Indigenous stories are misrepresented by the media.By Cornell University, College of Arts & Sciences.
Ohio became a state more than 100 years after all the witchcraft frenzy that made Salem, Mass. famous. And yet superstitions lingered into the 19th century. We recount three witch stories from Ohio: The state's only known witchcraft trial, the tale of a farmer who was convinced he'd killed a witch, and the story of how a brave Quaker stood up t ...…
Alter Bridge (@AlterBridge) guitarist Mark Tremonti (@MarkTremonti) joins Anne Erickson (@AnneErickson) to talk about the band's new album, "Walk the Sky," what he admires about Myles Kennedy, his love for Metallica and more. Read the full feature at Enjoy the episode! xoBy Anne Erickson.
Why Don′t Women Rule the World?: Understanding Women′s Civic and Political Choices (Sage, 2019) is a comprehensive and useful addition to the established literature on women and politics. This book, authored by four political scientists with a diversity of training and expertise, delves into a broad and extensive overview of the issues that hav ...…
Allyssa Ford, a student at Cornell’s S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management, discusses her experience as a linguist for the United States Navy, and her time in their intensive language school as well as working with civilian language analysts in the NSA.By Language Resource Center, Cornell University.
Lynn Perry Wooten discusses her research in crisis leadership, the glass cliff phenomenon, and “positive deviance” behaviors for managers and organizations. On crisis leadership, she uses case examples of Chipotle and Boeing to illustrate the different competencies leaders need when navigating a crisis. She then discusses her research into how ...…
Michael and Alexandra chat with Cornell alum and current Associate Teaching Professor of Cambodian Language and Culture at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, George Chigas. George discusses his Gatty Lecture, "Western Influence on Cambodian Cultural Production After 1991," his time at Cornell, and the current state of Cambodian literature.…
In No Path Home: Humanitarian Camps and the Grief of Displacement (Cornell University Press, 2018), Elizabeth Cullen Dunn describes in a very on point and straight forward way how displacement has become a chronic condition for more than 60 million people. Dunn shows how war creates a deeply damaged world in which the structures that allow peop ...…
🚨Bonus pod 🚨 Emily and Emily unpack Rodman: For Better or Worse. Emily Jurenka Twitter - Emily Cornell Twitter - Sports & Corks Twitter - You can email Emily and Emily at
How did a Danish historian wind up with a human skull from colonial India in his University of London office? Kim A. Wagner’s The Skull of Alum Bheg: The Life and Death of a Rebel of 1857(Oxford University Press, 2018) tells two stories. The first concerns the way in which he came into possession of the skull of a Muslim soldier executed by the ...…
12-year-old Michael Klitch left home one summer day to go practice his tennis serve at the municipal courts in Grandview Heights. A single tennis ball was all he left behind when he vanished from the courts before his mom could pick him up. A couple of weeks later, his remains were found in a burned out shack miles from home. www.ohiomysteries. ...…
A bit of a diversion as we look at the subject of biblical typology. What constitutes a “type” of Christ? What is a “type?” An exposition of relevant biblical texts.By Jim Osman.
Paul details his vision in the third person doing his best to downplay it. His desire is for the Corinthians to look to Scripture and to the life and deeds of those who bring the Word to them, not to visions so-called. You can download the notes for this lesson here: PPT |PDFBy Cornel Rasor.
In his documentary SEX, DRUGS & BICYCLES, high-tech entrepreneur JONATHAN BLANK asks, “How scary is life in a social democracy?” Beyond windmills, cannabis “coffeeshops”, and the red light district, Holland has one of the best economies in the world, is top 5 in almost every quality of life index, #1 for work-life balance. Dutch kids are the ha ...…
How have sexual behaviors changed in our Millennial, #MeToo era? Biological anthropologist Helen Fisher, PhD, explains the nuances of being just friends, friends with benefits, or a casual hookup -- and tells us how the trend toward longer courtships may change everything.By Dr. Phil Stieg.
Inspired by how Emery Bergmann handled her messy roommate, Annmarie and Adam talk about the difference between context and content, and the value in knowing the difference. If you are committed to success in your life, creating the conditions for you to truly thrive is vital. Where you live and who you live with matters, but HOW you are living ...…
Chaos came and went this weekend in college football, much to the excitement of Emily and Emily (0:54). Games of the week are solid games of the week (16:56). Luke Bryan and the Green Bay Packers make up the hot takes of the week (18:41). Former CU/current Kroenke intern Adam joins the Emilys to share some Colorado sports thoughts (24:17). What ...…
Thomas Gilovich, Cornell University's Irene Blecker Rosenfeld Chair of Psychology, examines the impact of inequality on psychological well-being.By Cornell University, College of Arts & Sciences.
How did the hamlet of Knockemstiff, Ohio get it's name? It's a mystery, but the historical record suggests its a name that is well-earned. We explore the kinds of things that kept Knockemstiff in the news a century ago, and touch on strange names of other Ohio communities. ...…
CCE summer interns extend and exploreWhat may have felt like a short amount of time was long on influence for the 29 Cornell undergrads who spent their summer working and conducting research in New York state communities across New York state as Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) interns. During this episode we talk to 5 of interns about their ...…
Cornell undergraduate Nisa Burns shares her experiences learning multiple Southeast Asian languages and how study abroad has influenced her future aspirations for language revitalization.By Language Resource Center, Cornell University.
In this week's Gatty Lecture Rewind, Michael and Emily sit down with Rattanakorn Ratanashevorn to chat about LGBTIQ mental health advocacy, treatment, and professional treatment. Rattanakorn Ratanashevorn shares his experiences in personal and professional advocacy in relation to LGBTIQ mental health, and how Thailand can become a country that ...…
Timothy LeCain is an award-winning environmental historian whose past work has focused on the connections between open-pit copper mines, technology, and the natural world. LeCain's newest book The Matter of History: How Things Create the Past (Cambridge University Press, 2017) presents a path-breaking approach to the study of the environment an ...…
A look at what Hebrews says regarding Melchizedek. He was a unique King-Priest who, in his rule, his role, and his character typified Christ. An exposition of Hebrews 7:1-3.By Jim Osman.
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