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The Gray Area with Sean Illing takes a philosophy-minded look at culture, technology, politics, and the world of ideas. Each week, we invite a guest to explore a question or topic that matters. From the the state of democracy, to the struggle with depression and anxiety, to the nature of identity in the digital age, each episode looks for nuance and honesty in the most important conversations of our time. New episodes drop every Monday.
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In-depth conversations with today’s most interesting world travelers, location-independent entrepreneurs, and digital nomads. Matt Bowles travels the world full time to find the most fascinating people on the planet, draw out stories of their most epic adventures, and unpack the skills, tactics, and strategies they use to build their remote businesses and design their lifestyles. Ranked the #1 Digital Nomad Podcast by Web Work Travel and the Top 1% of all podcasts by Listen Notes, each episo ...
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The Brain Candy Podcast

Susie Meister & Sarah Rice - Wave Podcast Network

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Laugh and learn w/ Susie Meister PhD & Sarah Rice MFT from MTV's The Challenge as they cover psychology, pop culture, human interest, and science, and make everything from Kardashians to quantum physics accessible to all. Listen to more podcasts like this: https://wavepodcastnetwork.com/
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"Having the deeper discussions mainstream media won't provide." Founded in 2006, the NCF is one of Britain's leading conservative think tanks. Our mission is to challenge the cultural orthodoxies dominant in our institutions, public life and wider culture. So What You're Saying Is... (#SWYSI) is our weekly interview programme, NewSpeak is our weekly "in-house" discussion show, and CounterCulture is our panel discussion with experts and significant figures from the political, cultural and aca ...
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Welcome to Crimetown, a series produced by Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier in partnership with Gimlet Media. Each season, we investigate the culture of crime in a different city. In Season 2, Crimetown heads to the heart of the Rust Belt: Detroit, Michigan. From its heyday as Motor City to its rebirth as the Brooklyn of the Midwest, Detroit’s history reflects a series of issues that strike at the heart of American identity: race, poverty, policing, loss of industry, the war on drugs, an ...
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Kingdom Culture - Life Redefined is a podcast devoted to the born again believer in Jesus Christ. The word of God says that we are free indeed. Learn what it truly means to be FREE spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically, and financially. Discover your purpose, identity, and power in the Kingdom of God!
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Selam & Hello

Lilly Bekele-Piper

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Selam & Hello is a show featuring stories of joy and justice from Africa and the diaspora. Produced in Kenya for global audiences - Selam & Hello curates conversations on identity and culture that inform, entertain and uplift.
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Harvesting Happiness with Lisa Cypers Kamen broadcasts consciously prepared brain food from the beaches of Malibu, California and on-location. HHTR promotes happiness, well-being and global human flourishing with a diverse and proactive collection of the greatest thought leaders and change agents who are devoting their lives to creating a better world in which to live. Each episode focuses on personal-growth, human-interest, self-improvement, healthy lifestyle and positive psycho-social educ ...
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Impromptu

The Washington Post

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A little-known secret: Washington Post Opinions columnists like talking to one another. They don’t always agree, of course, but they are in almost constant conversation – testing their ideas, refining their thoughts and sometimes changing their minds. Now you can listen in on some of those conversations. Each week on “Impromptu,” Post columnists go beyond hot takes and have personal, candid conversations on the latest topics in news and culture that we can't stop thinking about. Listen in on ...
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Culture Stew is a show dedicated to exploring diversity, inclusion, and cultural identity in its many dimensions. We explore how our identities and values influence our personal and professional lives. Through interviews with scholars, journalists, scientists, and leadership development practitioners, we’ll delve into different concepts around cultural identity, explore how to lead diverse teams and organizations, and seek ways to build bridges across cultural chasms.
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A digital journey exploring identity, culture, belonging and Somali musings that surpass time and location. Join Amina Isir, An American Somali on her quest to make sense of her Somali roots. Check out ISIRKA.com for more
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Our culture is in crisis and I don’t trust woke universities and authoritarian governments to give us the solution. I examine modern culture through history and anthropology, as well as other sources like indigenous knowledge and common sense. This is a show for those who love academics but hate academia, and want to learn about social studies without the constraining limits of woke universities. Reach me on Discord, https://discord.gg/KhJgpMj6Jj and other sites: https://pod.link/1650280020, ...
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Unedited Life is a community of believers led by Angie Peters and Vincent Ream in Junction City, Kansas. We exist to steward a Kingdom culture to enhance lives, reveal identity, and equip all to disciple the Nations with the affirming love of God.
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Pursuit of Me

Taryn Tatarinowicz and Julie Thomas

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Welcome to the Pursuit of Me, a podcast focused on helping you understand and transform yourself from the inside out. Join us on this journey to becoming the best version of yourself.
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Encounter Culture

New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs

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New Mexico's deep artistic traditions have long engaged with the multifaceted histories and cultures of the state. At Encounter Culture, we talk with artists, historians, scientists, museum curators, and writers who are all a part of New Mexico's centuries' old lineage of helping us understand the places and people who make the Land of Enchantment so unique. https://podcast.nmculture.org/
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Visionary founders, best-selling writers, award-winning journalists, acclaimed educators, innovative artists. Where We Go Next is a podcast focused on in-depth conversations with the people changing the ways we think, create, and live.
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Christ and Culture

Christ and Culture

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Ken Keathley and Benjamin Quinn discover how we can be faithful followers of Christ in today's culture. Listen in as they explore how the Christian faith intersects all avenues of today’s culture through conversations with leading thinkers. You'll be equipped to engage culture as salt and light, presenting and defending the Christian faith and showing how it affects every aspect of our lives.
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This Anthro Life

Anthrocurious, LLC

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This Anthro Life is the premiere go-to Anthropology Podcast that fuses human insights with cultural storytelling. We equip you with a deep understanding of the human experience to revolutionize your decision-making strategies and social impact. Head over to https://www.thisanthrolife.org to learn more. Spearheaded by acclaimed Anthropologist Dr. Adam Gamwell, This Anthro Life equips leaders, individuals, and organizations to shape a more compassionate future. We aim to broaden perspectives a ...
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Our world has many voices. We all share this space together, but each of us has our own opinions, our own identity. Join hosts Calvin, Brandon, Kristina and Lee, as they bring in guests to discuss various social issues that effect everyone. Each episode will tackle a different issue, with insights by members of some diverse communities. The only rule on this show? You gotta be...STR8 UP.
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AnthroDish is a weekly show about the intersections between our foods, cultures, and identities. Host Dr. Sarah Duignan sits down one-on-one with people in academia, hospitality, farming and agriculture, and more to learn about their food knowledge and experiences. If you're interested in the unique lives of everyday people who have been shaped by their relationship with food, this show is for you!
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Femme & Futch

Rhi Rhi & Helen

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Two lesbian best friends Rhi Rhi and Helen present Femme & Futch where they talk about all things lesbian, queer culture, identity and coming out when you're older. Get in touch with us at femmefutchpodcast@gmail.com
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Conversations with Tyler

Mercatus Center at George Mason University

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Tyler Cowen engages today’s deepest thinkers in wide-ranging explorations of their work, the world, and everything in between. New conversations every other Wednesday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
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Learn from Asian CEOs, entrepreneurs and thinkers in technology on what led to their success and how you can apply their lessons to your life. Join host Justin Pang as he uncovers inspiring stories from Asian leaders in technology and unpacks how their Asian culture and identity impacted their life choices. Learn more at: www.asiantechleaders.com
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Gain insights from the business of music, media, and culture. Trapital founder Dan Runcie and various experts break down the companies and moguls who start the trends that shape the business world. Learn more at https://trapital.co/pod
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Anna explores our shifting drinking culture by talking to the people rethinking and reshaping it. With the trademark lightness and non-judgement that define her as an Alcohol Mindset Coach, she invites us to consider our own perspectives, as she shares the knowledge, insights and tools that can help us make our own good, healthy life choices.
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Michèle Phoenix, international speaker and writer on issues related to Third Culture Kids, highlights her most popular and helpful articles in a format you can consume on the go.
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Join best-selling author and actress Melanie Avalon as she interviews today's leading health and wellness experts, going beyond the fads to bring you all the biohacking tips, tricks, and techniques to effortlessly upgrade your body, brain, and life. Because why not live awesome? You got this! Theme Music by Narek Mirzaei, Artwork by Barbara McGregor
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Mona, of Mona Math, reveals the mysteries of how to teach elementary math even if you aren't a math person. Discover how you can develop a buzzing student led math classroom. We cover all things math identity, classroom culture, and student centered instructional practices to help you empower students to love and understanding math deeply.
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TGC Podcast

The Gospel Coalition

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The Gospel Coalition Podcast features keynote and breakout sessions from our national, regional, and women's conferences. We exist to equip the next generation of believers, pastors, and church leaders to shape life and ministry around the gospel.
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Grown is a podcast about the in-between: the nebulous, the liminal, the just plain weird time between those awkward teenage years and full-on adulthood. Grown is co-hosted by Aleeza Kazmi and Alfonso “Fonzo” Lacayo, two Moth storytellers and graduates of The Moth’s Education program who are on the cusp of adulthood themselves. Together, they guide listeners through true stories that deal with the challenges and joys of growing up. Using their unique points of view, Aleeza and Fonzo will disc ...
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Summary: We explore the heart-wrenching yet inspiring journeys of Tom, Arnold, Cathy, and Brainze as they navigate the challenges of being LGBTQIA+ individuals in Africa. Despite facing severe rejection, discrimination, and legal persecution, they find hope and empowerment through Safe Place International's Dream Academy. Raj Sundar leads a convers…
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Tema Milstein on migrating, sojourning, the ocean, environmental communication, ecocultural identity, public impact, and pedagogy You can read about Tema’s work here: https://www.unsw.edu.au/staff/tema-milstein https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCMfbs_cGr8 https://www.unsw.edu.au/arts-design-architecture/engage-with-us/innovation-hub/massive-action-s…
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The house, the yard and the picket fence have long been part of the American Dream. Owning a home is lauded as a way to grow your wealth and pass it down to future generations. But high demand and short supply, coupled with today’s soaring interest rates, have made home ownership out of reach for many Americans. Opinions columnist Catherine Rampell…
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Defining Modern Masculinity: From Cultural Shifts to Classical Education Will Spencer Youtube: @renofmen Will Spencer Website: renofmen.com I am joined on the Illegitimate Scholar Podcast by Will Spencer from the Renaissance of Men podcast. We he engage in a dialogue around modern masculinity, societal changes, and cultural impacts. We into the rol…
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As a series of encampments have sprung up at universities around the world, what do the Gaza protests tell us about freedom of speech at these often-embattled institutions? Author and Cambridge professor Priyamvada Gopal joins Ellen Halliday to dive beyond the headlines on this divisive story. Read Priymavada's piece here. Hosted on Acast. See acas…
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On this edition of Parallax Views, noted Dutch-Palestinian Middle East analyst and Jadaliyya magazine co-editor Mouin Rabbani took time out of his busy schedule to discuss a number of topics related to the Gaza War and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict more broadly. We begin the conversation by delving into the news of the International Criminal Cou…
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Carlos del Valle sobre del contexto de la violencia global, el colonialismo, las cosmovisiones indígenas, la teoría critica, y Boric y el conflicto estado-Mapuche Se puede leer sobre la obra de Carlos aquí: https://scholar.google.cl/citations?user=iUgwiLQAAAAJ&hl=es https://converginghorizons.ufro.cl/…
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Richard Higgott on dislocated international politics, globalization, the Indo-Pacific/Asia-Pacific region, China and the US, liberalism, middle powers, and dependency theory You can read about Richard here: https://www.brussels-school.be/team/higgott-richard https://www.lse.ac.uk/ideas/publications/Research-Reports/The-Decline-and-Rise-of-Hegemonic…
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Robert Vitalis on academic freedom at the University of Pennsylvania, Egypt, archives, du Bois, international relations, Saudi Arabia, and putative scarcity of natural resources You can read about Robert here: https://live-sas-www-polisci.pantheon.sas.upenn.edu/people/standing-faculty/robert-vitalisBy Toby Miller
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Welcome to the Pursuit of Me, a podcast focused on helping you understand and transform yourself from the inside out. Join us on this journey to becoming the best version of yourself. In this first episode, we're laying the foundation by discussing how to develop and change our mindsets and thought processes. This series is all about understanding …
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Ernest Scheyder is a senior correspondent for Reuters and the author of The War Below: Lithium, Copper, and the Global Battle to Power Our Lives. The War Below: Lithium, Copper, and the Global Battle to Power Our Lives Ernest Scheyder at Reuters If You Liked This Conversation, You'll Probably Like These Episodes of Where We Go Next: 101: Uncovering…
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Joining us today are Dawn Ellenwood and Elimu Nelson, an inspiring interracial couple who, after navigating the challenges of each raising their own children and primarily dating within their own racial backgrounds, now find themselves together, in their 50s, maintaining a strong connection despite their semi-long distance relationship. Tune in to …
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We are honored to host Kambale Musavuli, an analyst at the Center for Research on Congo & a leading human rights advocate in the Democratic Republic of Congo, on the show this week. Kambale shares his insights on the challenges and resilience of the people of the DRC and the deep-rooted historical and systemic issues contributing to ongoing conflic…
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The path to joy is often obstructed with obstacles, setbacks, and grief. From expectant mothers who are just one intense push away from delivering a new lifeforce to adult children caring for their aging parents, many times the pain we endure is the seed that blossoms into the flower of happiness. To find out more about cultivating the labors of li…
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On this edition of Parallax Views, the University of Connecticut's Prof. Jeremy Pressman, Director of Middle East Studies at UConn and author of The Sword is Not Enough: Arabs, Israelis, and the Limits of Military Force, joins the show to discuss the myths of the 2000 Camp David Summit and Taba talks. During recent appearances in media programs suc…
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Delve into the world of software development, work culture, and the philosophy of 'good enoughness,' with Paula Bialski. I'm Adam Gamwell as a cultural anthropologist and award-winning media creator, I specialize in storytelling. My diverse background spans startups, nonprofits, cultural organizations, and Fortune 1000 companies, focusing on applie…
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Sebastian Junger came as close as you possibly can to dying. While his doctors struggled to revive him, the veteran reporter and avowed rationalist experienced things that shocked and shook him, leaving him with profound questions and unexpected revelations. In his new book, In My Time of Dying, Junger explores the mysteries and commonalities of pe…
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What questions do you need to ask during math? And no, you don't need a long list of questions to have great math discussions in your classroom. This episode is about simplifying the questions you ask during math and listening to student responses to gauge their level of understanding. We are talking about: 3 simple questions to ask students Studen…
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You spoke, we listened--you said you wanted more personal stories, so we're doing our best! Hear why Susie's eyeballs are mid and Sarah's on a tropical vacation. Susie talks about Jerry Lee Lewis, who is a rock-n-roll legend, but is highly problematic, and Sarah explains how we can love people for their best traits without condoning their sins. We …
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Learn the impact of cultural and language immersion while living abroad, and how soccer can open doors while traveling. _____________________________ Subscribe to The Maverick Show’s “Monday Minute” Newsletter where I personally send you an email with 3 short items of value (all personal recommendations) to start each week that you can consume in u…
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On today's #NCFWhittle we speak with Harry Saul Markham, a 24 year old writer who was cancelled by his publisher. Harry's book was deemed to be too controversial as it dealt with issues such as multiculturalism and Islam. Harry joins us to discuss what happened to him as well as the wider subjects his book deals with.---------------SUBSCRIBE:If you…
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As trust in institutions plummets and many people search for shared values, what is the state of American identity? This bonus "Impromptu" episode features a live discussion between Opinions columnists Shadi Hamid and Jason Willick and the hosts of "Post Reports" Martine Powers and Elahe Izadi about the importance of identity in a changing world. F…
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Tim Keller examines Nicodemus's encounter with Jesus, unpacking the concept of being "born again." He challenges common stereotypes of born-again Christians and emphasizes that this spiritual rebirth is essential for everyone, regardless of their moral or religious status. Keller reminds us that true repentance is turning towards Jesus for salvatio…
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On this edition of Parallax Views, Prof. Joel Beinin joins the program to discuss his July 2023 972 magazine essay "A century after its founding, the Israeli Communist Party is at a crossroads". In said essay, Prof. Beinin gives a history of Communism and the Communist Party in Israel/Palestine that offers an insight into how the Left dealt with is…
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Angela Prysthon and Shawn Shimpach on the end of the world, world cinema, political protest, language, and the Americas You can read about their work here: https://ufpe.academia.edu/AngelaPrysthon https://www.umass.edu/communication/about/directory/shawn-shimpachBy Toby Miller
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Lúcia Nagib on de-centering humans, animal film, Brazilian culture, tropicália, world cinema, realism, representation, presentation, and artificial intelligence and research You can read about her work here: https://www.reading.ac.uk/film-theatre-television/staff/professor-lucia-nagib https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGVAYRlcBNA https://research.rea…
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Malcolm Yarnell joins us to talk about Karl Barth, natural theology, general theology, and what (if anything) we can learn about God from the natural world. (The conversation starts at 15:55.) Plus, in “Headlines” (1:15), Dr. Ant Greenham returns to discuss the Middle East, campus protests, and antisemitism. And in “On My Bookshelf” (39:40), Dr. Ya…
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NPR Tiny Desk is 15 years old and arguably stronger than ever. It helped Usher perform at the Super Bowl. It helped Tank and the Bangas break through to a Grammy nomination. And it elevated the perception of artists like T-Pain and Mac Miller. But how does Tiny Desk maintain its influence? Any company can host a stripped-down acoustic series for ar…
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GET TRANSCRIPT AND FULL SHOWNOTES: melanieavalon.com/ultimatenutrition IF Biohackers: Intermittent Fasting + Real Foods + Life: Join Melanie's Facebook group for a weekly episode giveaway, and to discuss and learn about all things biohacking! All conversations welcome! Follow Melanie on Instagram to see the latest moments, products, and #allthethin…
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Alexia and Marysol are raising a cockie to “El Jefe” (Andy Cohen) after Bravo cleared his name from an ongoing investigation. Rumors of Bennifer 2.0 heading for divorce are in the air after Ben’s bestie (Matt Damon) admitted he can’t stand JLo. Plus, sources say they haven’t been together in weeks. What is going on? And, do you have a type? The lad…
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In his breakout at TGC23, Michael Kruger argues doubt is a natural part of growing faith and can lead to stronger beliefs if handled with biblical and wise guidance. He offers suggestions for how Christians can confront and process doubts about their faith, especially in our skeptical age. And he calls the church to be a supportive environment that…
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This week Alicia Edmund and Peter Lynas are joined by Jason Roach, London City Mission's Director of Ministries and Katherine Brown, the Being Human Engagement lead. They discuss how faith influences voting, politicians appealing to identity politic tropes and the term allyship. Read Thinking faithfully about politics Get in touch: Email: cross.sec…
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Larissa Buchholz on the commodification of art, growing up in East Germany, Christa Wolf, the sociology of art, and Pierre Bourdieu You can read about her work here: https://larissabuchholz.soc.northwestern.edu/ https://www.textezurkunst.de/de/articles/why-i-speak-global-art-field-and-not-global-art-world/ https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/arti…
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This month, our writers are mulling over questions of identity: Sheila regrets her lifelong habit of judging people by appearances while sex-worker and author Tilly Lawless considers the solidarity that exists between sex-workers and trans-women. OCD sufferer Sarah Collins feels destabilised by her recent birthday, while Anglican Priest Alice Goodm…
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Three cheers for lesbian weddings, and fingers crossed Sarah gets to have one someday. The Louvre is moving the Mona Lisa to the basement and now we want to know what the fuss is about her anyway. We debate whether Taylor Swift should use a private jet to fly or if she should fly commercial like the rest of us. Sarah wonders what the future of conc…
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On this edition of Parallax Views, Leila Hilal, an international human rights lawyer and the former co-director of the New America Foundation Middle East Task Force, joins the show to discuss her experiences as an advisor to Palestinian negotiators, Israel/Palestine, Israel's assault on Gaza, the situation in the West Bank and settler violence, mis…
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Welcome to another episode of The Big Drink Rethink, where your host, Anna Donaghey, is thrilled to bring you an enlightening conversation with mental health advocate Nick Elston. An inspirational speaker on mental health, Nick shares his own lived experience of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and generalised anxiety disorder. He believes that …
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Scientific understanding of the hormonal changes women undergo during menopause is limited. Historically, women were excluded from major health studies prior to 1996 due to the belief that their fluctuating hormone levels were too complex to study. Today, women are changing the game by conducting their own research. To better understand how women c…
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Todd McGowan on right-wing populism, capitalism’s death spiral, psychoanalysis, desire, Lacan, identification, identity, universality, and Hegel and Marx You can read about Todd’s work here: https://www.uvm.edu/cas/english/profiles/todd-mcgowan https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOMku8U1zFKsBudd3BcgSAw https://soundcloud.com/whytheory…
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Jason Fan is the CEO and Co-Founder of Dealwise, a platform that helps founders of SAAS startups get acquired through its innovative marketplace. Dealwise came out of stealth mode in 2023 and gives founders access to vetted buyers and provides them with flexible liquidity options while buyers get access to proprietary deal flow. Prior to starting D…
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