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The Empire Film Podcast is the official podcast of Empire, the world's biggest and best movie magazine. We bring you all the latest movie news and nonsense, as well as reviews of the week's new films, an assortment of irreverent, film-related chat and interviews with some of Hollywood's best and brightest. New episodes every Friday. For our famous deep dives into specific movies, subscribe to the Empire Spoiler Special Podcast at https://empire.supportingcast.fm/ Love TV? Subscribe to our si ...
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Take a deep dive into the past as we bring you the very best of BBC History Magazine, Britain’s bestselling history magazine. With a new episode released every Monday, enjoy fascinating and enlightening articles from leading historical experts, covering a broad sweep of the centuries – from the scandals of Georgian society to the horrors of the First World War, revolutions, rebellions, and more.
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Every Monday, the libertarian editors of the magazine of “Free Minds and Free Markets”—Matt Welch, Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Peter Suderman—discuss and debate the week’s biggest stories and what fresh hell awaits us all.
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From the creators of The Empire Film Podcast, The Pilot TV Podcast is your (spoiler free) guide to the essential new shows dropping each week across terrestrial, satellite, streaming and beyond. Bringing you the latest news and reviews, as well as interviews with the biggest names in TV, we're here to cut through the rubbish and make sure every minute you spend in front of the box is a minute worth spending. Served with a heavy helping of insider knowledge, irreverence and humour, the Pilot ...
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Lisa Lillien, a.k.a. Hungry Girl, is obsessed with food––how wonderful it is, and how much of it she can eat and still fit into her pants! Through bestselling cookbooks, a daily email with 1 million+ subscribers, a magazine, and more, her Hungry Girl empire delivers healthy recipes that are easy & delicious, tips & tricks, smart food finds, and real-world survival strategies. And now she’s reaching fellow food lovers like never before! Each food-themed episode is packed with personal stories ...
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SheerLuxe.com is an online magazine featuring news, views and edits on all things relevant and desirable for the modern woman. Tune into the bi-weekly Highlights podcast to hear the SL team delve deeper into the stories that have everyone talking, from fashion and beauty to culture and lifestyle. Plus, don't miss SheerLuxe Success Stories (also bi-weekly), a series of exclusive interviews with the UK’s most inspiring female entrepreneurs. Your guide to a more stylish life. Hosted on Acast. S ...
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Pontifications from the Greaseman Have you wondered what it would be like to strap on a gun and pin on a badge? Believed you lived past lives as the West's first Yiddish lawman, or an emperor in the Holy Roman Empire? Did everyone know you as Sgt Fury? Go chase ugly women with your daddy? Take trips South of the Border or to West Virginia? If the answer to any of those is yes or now, then this podcast is for you. abridged rss feed: https://pods.jcas.com/greasepod.xml unabridged rss feed: htt ...
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Welcome to the I AM Wales podcast, proudly brought to you by BE.Xcellence, as part of our unwavering dedication to inclusive media. On this podcast, we shine a spotlight on the remarkable individuals who proudly call Wales their home. From visionary business owners to gifted creatives, and all those who inspire us with their stories, we celebrate their contributions to shaping Wales into the diverse and vibrant nation it is today. Check out some of our other inclusive media projects designed ...
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You probably think you know what life was like in Britain after the war. But what myths do we tell ourselves about the pre-digital world? From coal to contraception and ID cards to school beatings, Ros Taylor delves into the truth about British postwar life in Jam Tomorrow. From the makes of Oh God, What Now? Follow Jam Tomorrow on Twitter
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Welcome to the Dreaming Bigger Podcast a podcast brought to you by The Fox Magazine! Each month, we bring you the stories of beginnings, creativity, and risk from the people out there making it happen. We sit down with entrepreneurs, artists, and innovators from the worlds of photography, food, travel, music, fashion, technology and more to discuss how they get it done while inspiring you to do the same.
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The Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 saw the British Empire at the height of its power facing a small band of highly mobile Boers in South Africa. The war introduced the world to the concentration camp and is regarded as the first war of the modern era where magazine rifles, trenches and machine guns were deployed extensively. British losses topped 28 000 in a conflict that was supposed to take a few weeks but lasted three years.
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The Reaction Podcast

The Reaction Podcast

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Reaction is an online magazine dedicated to commentary and analysis on politics, geopolitics, economics and culture. The Reaction Podcast, hosted by Iain Martin, will feature some of the world's leading writers and thinkers about a variety of subjects ranging from politics and philosophy to economics and culture. Become a Reaction subscriber (https://reaction.life/subscribe/) to receive Iain Martin's weekly newsletter, the Reaction Daily Briefing, columns from Tim Marshall, Adam Boulton and ...
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If you have tinsel on the brain and mulled wine in your blood, this is the podcast for you. We’re living in a golden age of delightfully cheesy Christmas movies, and on Bah Humbug we examine the biggest new offerings this season, as well as looking back at classic seasonal favourites. Think Kurt Russell in The Christmas Chronicles 2, Dolly Parton in Christmas On The Square and Kristen Stewart in Happiest Season. Hosted by Helen O’Hara (the Empire podcast, His Darker Materials) and a rotating ...
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Architectural History

The Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain

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This podcast deals with histories of architecture and the built environment. In this series, called Architecture and… we speak to a number of academics, architects, writers and thinkers to discuss space, buildings and cities, to think through contemporary debates and issues.
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Actor Ben Barnes (The Chronicles of Narnia, Dorian Gray, Stardust) and director Nick Hamm (Godsend, The Hole) discuss their new film, Killing Bono -- a comedy about two Irish brothers struggling to forge their path through the 1980's music scene whilst the meteoric rise to fame of their old school pals U2 only serves to cast them deeper in to the shadows. Moderated by Chris Hewitt from Empire magazine.
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Mogul Chix® Chat is a cold water, in-your-face wake up call (part humor, part education, full on real talk) for high performing Female Founders to get their mindsets ready to get a seat at the table, then go secure the block, the industry and the wealth. This podcast focuses on the unsexy stuff in business & the inner workings of making a company sustainable and profitable. We talk about building wealth, building companies, leadership, making Mogul Moves, & building legacy. This podcast is p ...
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Go For Broke is a podcast series about historic bubbles, the irrational enthusiasm that creates them, and the lessons we’ve learned (and the ones we haven’t) when they pop.In our first season, we’re examining the original dot-com bubble. From the meteoric rise of Netscape to the stunning fall of Pets.com, we'll explore how venture capital money and stock market speculation, combined with the beginnings of Internet commerce, led to trillions of dollars created and lost — seemingly overnight.F ...
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Join Vince Gilligan and Emmy-winning actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul as they discuss the final season of their critically acclaimed series with film critic David Edelstein of New York Magazine, NPR's Fresh Air and CBS Sunday Morning. In the highly anticipated upcoming season, a newly empowered and increasingly remorseless Walter White (Cranston) is attempting to control a tenuous empire. At the end of season four, Walt’s war with Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) ended in triumphant victor ...
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HOSTED by ECHO JOHNSON Miss January '93 & CORINNA HARNEY-PMOY '92The show takes a DEEP DIVE into the fascinating history of PLAYBOY with LASER FOCUS on Hugh Hefner. A collective of dynamic conversations with those that had the privilege and honor of working with HUGH HEFNER & the magazine. An homage to the incredible MAN behind it all, as told from the ones that were an intricate part of the iconic company PLAYBOY. The magazine was launched in 1953 and held strong for 60 years until HEF's pa ...
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Olyasha Novozhylova is a model, blogger, and Influencer. The founder and creator of NotBasicBlonde, a fashion and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. On the NotBasicBlonde Podcast, Olyasha will share the latest breaking news about fashion, beauty, wellness, travel, her lifestyle, and not basic tips and tricks on how to become a successful an Influencer.
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Status/الوضع

Status/الوضع

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Status/الوضع is an audio-visual magazine (Podcast) that features interviews/conversations, on-the-scene reports, reviews, informed commentary, and lectures held around the world on the Middle East and North Africa. Activists, journalists, scholars, and citizens feature both as guests and hosts on a variety of subjects. A distinct flavor of this podcast is its attention to cultural production and the various processes of knowledge production and information dissemination for public consumptio ...
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Hosted by Salman Elmi and Abdi Hassan two online e-commerce entrepreneurs navigating adversity as black founders in 2021. After being featured nationally on TIME Magazine for a racial incident that happened while running their business, they are on a mission to shed light on experiences that happen as entrepreneurs of color in this day and age & to help motivate & inspire the early-stage entrepreneur. Each week we bring on a new guest to have discussions and to share their journey of adversi ...
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THE VISIBLE ENTREPRENEUR

Michelle Lewis - Visibility Vixen®

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THE VISIBLE ENTREPRENEUR is the show for business owners who want to grow their visibility + publicity with easy-to-follow strategies. We love discussing traffic generators, income generators + breaking down exactly what is working right now in the online space. This is the place to come for motivation, education, comradery + support as you build your online empire. Each week we bring you actionable content, inspirational guests + exclusive gifts you can't find anywhere else. Host Michelle L ...
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The WGR Academy

Colton Lindsay

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Using the principles he teaches, Colton Lindsay became ranked in the Top 1% of the sales agents in his real estate market by the age of 28. He averages selling 75 homes a year working 4 days a week. Lindsay is internationally recognized as a prospecting expert and inner game master. Featured in Top Agent Magazine as an “Agent that doesn’t use a bag of tricks” and producer of best selling -- Winning The Inner Game – Audio Files. Colton Lindsay is one of North America’s most exciting trainers ...
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I tell stories about the East and the West that I think help both understand each other, seriously. These stories almost always connect history, culture, international relations, current affairs, and often the influences on and the interests of people who shape these stories. I wrote two books: “Egypt on the Brink” (Yale, 2010), which luckily turned out to be an international bestseller as it was published three months before Egypt’s 2011 uprising. The book tells the story of Egypt from the ...
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They Started It with Angelica Malin is a podcast that takes you on a journey from business idea to reality, with a range of inspiring, dynamic CEOs and business leaders. Hosted by Angelica Malin, bestselling author, entrepreneur and founder of About Time Magazine, through this series, we’ll be discovering what it really takes to make it as an entrepreneur, from mindset to hard business lessons, with some incredible, awe-inspiring guests. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform ...
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The Big Hairy Podcast is brought to you by clean beauty brand, thebeautyworX (www.thebeautyworx.co.uk). It explores hair and the meaningful ways it’s linked to identity, ethnicity and gender. TV and radio star, Sarah Cawood speaks to a wildly diverse range of guests from drag queens to best-selling authors, celebrity wig-makers and body-positivity influencers, who share funny, moving, inspiring and thought-provoking stories about their hair. We’ll hear from Shanice Croasdaile, star of BBC’s ...
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I tell stories about the East and the West that I think help both understand each other, seriously. These stories almost always connect history, culture, international relations, current affairs, and often the influences on and the interests of people who shape these stories. I wrote two books: “Egypt on the Brink” (Yale, 2010), which luckily turned out to be an international bestseller as it was published three months before Egypt’s 2011 uprising. The book tells the story of Egypt from the ...
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I tell stories about the East and the West that I think help both understand each other, seriously. These stories almost always connect history, culture, international relations, current affairs, and often the influences on and the interests of people who shape these stories. I wrote two books: “Egypt on the Brink” (Yale, 2010), which luckily turned out to be an international bestseller as it was published three months before Egypt’s 2011 uprising. The book tells the story of Egypt from the ...
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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever spoilers and leaks are everywhere. But what’s real and what’s fan fiction? While we won’t know for sure until Black Panther: Wakanda Forever comes out, it’s still fun to speculate over the rumored spoilers and leaked storylines that have popped up around the internet. 🔴🎥🔴 WATCH HERE FULL MOVIE 🔴🎥🔴
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Are you an entrepreneur with a burning desire to crack the code to making millions? Join Cydney O'Sullivan for Millionaires Training. An 18-times best-selling author, Cydney shares the insider secrets and has taught thousands of other experts how they can become more profitable as celebrity influencers. Join in for inspiration, insights and breakthrough ideas for your wealth and brighter future. Email: support@millionairesacademy.com Website: https://MillionairesAcademy.com Facebook: https:/ ...
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The Creative Adventure

Greg Vartoukian and Andrew Wainstein

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The Creative Adventure is a podcast exploring individuality and creativity. We chat with guests as they share their unique journeys, exploring what they've learned about being creative and becoming fully themselves. We speak with actors, entrepreneurs, authors, CEOs, artists and many others, from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, to hear about their first creative steps, what creativity means to them, and how life is an amazing adventure to be wholly lived and experienced. This podca ...
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Health inequity is one of the defining problems of our time. But current efforts to address the problem focus on mitigating the harms of injustice rather than confronting injustice itself. In Equal Care: Health Equity, Social Democracy, and the Egalitarian State (Johns Hopkins UP, 2024), Seth A. Berkowitz, MD, MPH, offers an innovative vision for t…
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The development of Christian scriptures did not terminate once, for example, following Irenaeus and other influential patristic figures, the four gospels that would later be located at the front of the church’s New Testament were accepted by most churches and transmitted together in the same codex. Instead, erudite Christian readers employed new an…
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Eliza Scidmore (1856-1928) was a journalist, a world traveler, a writer, an amateur photographer, the first female board member of the National Geographic Society — and the one responsible for the idea to plant Japanese cherry trees in Washington DC. Her fascinating life is expertly told by Diana Parsell in Eliza Scidmore: The Trailblazing Journali…
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Today’s book is: Freeman’s Challenge: The Murder That Shook America’s Original Prison for Profit (U Chicago Press, 2024), by Dr. Robin Bernstein, which tells the story of a teenager named William Freeman. Convicted of a horse theft he insisted he did not commit, he was sentenced to five years of hard labor in Auburn’s new prison. Uniting incarcerat…
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Anthony Di Renzo's Pasquinades: Essays from Rome's Famous Talking Statue (Cayuga Lake Books, 2023) is the most audacious guide to Rome you will ever read. Pasquino, the city’s witty talking statue, will introduce you to the gallant heroes and grotesque villains, humble peddlers and flamboyant nobles, whores and saints and movie stars who have reign…
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Pete Imperial has been principal of St. Mary’s Catholic High School in Berkeley, California, a Lasallian Catholic School of 160 years and going strong. Yet only 45% of the students are Catholics (though a similar number are Protestant Christians) and some of the kids have had no religious experience at all. How does a good Catholic school infuse th…
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John Kuligowski is a Nonfiction Assistant Editor at Prairie Schooner and also currently a PhD student in English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He worked as an assistant editor for volumes 392 and 394 of the Dictionary of Literary Biography and has published in a number of venues both online and in print. Zainab Omaki is likewise a Nonficti…
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In this episode of Radio ReOrient we return to the literary theme of this season, to explore the work of Laury Silvers. Laury is the author of many successful book series set in the past and present of the Islamicate, including her Sufi Mysteries Quartet set in 10th Century Baghdad. In this interview she tells Saeed Khan and Salman Sayyid about her…
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In this very moving and heartwarming interview I had the opportunity to discuss with Fida Jiyris her work, a beautifully written memoir that tells the story of her and her family journey, which is also the story of Palestine, from the Nakba to the present—a seventy-five-year tale of conflict, exodus, occupation, return and search for belonging, see…
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Melville Jacoby was a U.S. war correspondent during the Sino-Japanese War and, later, the Second World War, writing about the Japanese advances from Chongqing, Hanoi, and Manila. He was also a relative of Bill Lascher, a journalist–specifically, the cousin of Bill’s grandmother. Bill has now collected Mel’s work in a book: A Danger Shared: A Journa…
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For some four hundred years, Hindus and Christians have been engaged in a public controversy about conversion and missionary proselytization, especially in India and the Hindu diaspora. Hindu Mission, Christian Mission: Soundings in Comparative Theology (SUNY Press, 2024) reframes this controversy by shifting attention from "conversion" to a wider,…
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A new kind of city park has emerged in the early twenty-first century. Postindustrial parks transform the derelict remnants of an urban past into distinctive public spaces that meld repurposed infrastructure, wild-looking green space, and landscape architecture. For their proponents, they present an opportunity to turn disused areas into neighborho…
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David Abrahamovitch is the CEO and founder of Grind – an organic and sustainable London-based coffee brand. After transforming his father’s Shoreditch mobile phone store back in 2011, Grind now has 14 locations, a booming direct-to-consumer business and is Soho House’s exclusive supplier. Promoting sustainability at every point, from compostable co…
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Tune in to the latest podcast episode featuring the incredible Emmy Winning, Oscar nominated producer, Cindy Cowan as she shares invaluable entrepreneurship advice tailored specifically for women looking to make their mark in the business world. With her extensive experience in the film and entertainment industry, Cindy provides a unique perspectiv…
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Joel, Obadiah, and Micah all prophesied not after a calamity struck but right before a potential crisis or during the crisis itself. Facing immanent catastrophe, the Jewish people had to decide where their loyalties lay. Join us as we speak with Rav Yaakov Beasley about his book Joel, Obadiah, and Micah: Facing the Storm (Maggid, 2024). He draws fr…
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What we see through our windshields reflects ideas about our national identity, consumerism, and infrastructure. For better or worse, windshields have become a major frame for viewing the nonhuman world. The view from the road is one of the main ways in which we experience our environments. These vistas are the result of deliberate historical force…
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This episode of the Language on the Move Podcast is part of the Life in a New Language series. Life in a New Language is a new book just out from Oxford University Press. Life in a New Language examines the language learning and settlement experiences of 130 migrants to Australia from 34 different countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin Americ…
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The Politics of Emotion: Love, Grief, and Madness in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia (Cornell University Press, 2024) by Dr. Nuria Silleras-Fernandez explores the intersection of powerful emotional states—love, melancholy, grief, and madness—with gender and political power on the Iberian Peninsula from the Middle Ages to the early modern period. U…
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Fatima, the daughter of Prophet Muhammad, has an interesting legacy, one that is often shaped by sectarian differences and tensions. The sermon of Fatima, which is the focus of Mahjabeen Dhala's Feminist Theology and Sociology of Islam: A Study of the Sermon of Fatima (Cambridge University Press, 2024), though itself riddled with questions of authe…
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Welcome to another episode of New Books in Chinese Studies. Today, I will be talking to Columbia University professor Ying Qian about her new book, Revolutionary Becomings: Documentary Media in Twentieth-Century China (Columbia UP, 2023). The volume enriches our understanding of media’s role in China’s revolutionary history by turning to documentar…
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The 'baby boom' generation, born between the 1940s and the 1960s, is often credited with pioneering new and creative ways of relating, doing intimacy and making families. With this cohort now entering mid and later life in Britain, they are also said to be revolutionising the experience of ageing. Are the romantic practices of this 'revolutionary c…
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Examining the changing character of revolution around the world, The Revolutionary City: Urbanization and the Global Transformation of Rebellion (Princeton UP, 2022) focuses on the impact that the concentration of people, power, and wealth in cities exercises on revolutionary processes and outcomes. Once predominantly an urban and armed affair, rev…
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America’s waterways were once the superhighways of travel and communication. Coursing through a central line across the landscape, with tributaries connecting the South to the Great Plains and the Great Lakes, the Mississippi River meant wealth, knowledge, and power for those who could master it. In Masters of the Middle Waters: Indian Nations and …
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"A woman in trouble" In her monograph Inland Empire (Fireflies Press, 2021), film critic Melissa Anderson explores meaning (or the impossibility thereof) in the David Lynch film of the same title. We talk everything from Laura Dern (a LOT of Laura Dern), to the Hollywood nightmare of trying to "make it in the movies," to the contradictions of film …
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The interview featured an in-depth dialogue about The Theatre of Twenty-First Century Spain (Vernon Press, 2022), a bilingual collection that examines contemporary Spanish theater and its exploration of identity, anxieties and social urgencies. The editors, Helen Freear-Papio and Candyce Crew Leonard, shared their backgrounds, interests in Spanish …
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Grounded in new archival research documenting a significant presence of foreign and racially-marked individuals in Medici Florence, Voice, Slavery, and Race in Seventeenth-Century Florence (Oxford University Press, 2024) by Dr. Emily Wilbourne argues for the relevance of such individuals to the history of Western music and for the importance of sou…
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Contemporary thought typically places a strong emphasis on the exclusive and competitive nature of Abrahamic monotheisms. This instinct is certainly borne out by the histories of religious wars, theological polemic, and social exclusion involving Jews, Christians, and Muslims. But there is also another side to the Abrahamic coin. Even in the midst …
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San Francisco began its American life as a city largely made up of transient men, arriving from afar to participate in the gold rush and various attendant enterprises. This large population of men on the move made the new and booming city a hub of what "respectable" easterners considered vice: drinking, gambling, and sex work, among other activitie…
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Stefanie Coché's Psychiatric Institutions and Society: the Practice of Psychiatric Commital in the “Third Reich,” the Democratic Republic of Germany, and the Federal Republic of Germany, 1941-1963 (London: Routledge, 2024; translated by Alex Skinner) probes how the serious and sometimes fatal decision was made to admit individuals to asylums during…
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In the early twentieth century, anarchists like Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman championed a radical vision of a world without states, laws, or private property. Militant and sometimes violent, anarchists were heroes to many working-class immigrants. But to many others, anarchism was a terrifyingly foreign ideology. Determined to crush it, gover…
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Since the mid-1700s, poets and scholars have been deeply entangled in the project of reinventing prophecy. Moving between literary and biblical studies, Yosefa Raz's book The Poetics of Prophecy: Modern Afterlives of a Biblical Tradition (Cambridge UP, 2023) reveals how Romantic poetry is linked to modern biblical scholarship's development. On the …
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The Green Belt is a powerful symbol of rural England — and Labour knows it. The new government says it wants to build on unlovely bits of green belts. A lot of people don’t like that. Who decided there should be Green Belts? What are they really for? How did they get so big? And how is the government ever going to overcome the opposition of homeown…
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In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, and Peter Suderman grapple with the current political climate in the U.S. after the attempted assassination of former president Donald Trump over the weekend. 01:44—Trump's Assassination attempt 27:06—President Joe Biden's press conference 43:07—Republic…
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Stars of Apple’s Lady In The Lake Natalie Portman and Moses Ingram join us on this week’s show despite a few technical hiccups. Plus we end up unearthing a cold case in BBC1’s very pointed Jenna Coleman police drama The Jetty, welcoming Danny Dyer back into the family with Mr. Bigstuff on Sky Max and getting our sandals on for some gladiatorial act…
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