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Best Field Notes podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Field Notes podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The word philanthropy is a derivative of the Greek word Philanthrōpía, meaning love for mankind. It describes the ecosystem of nonprofit workers, organizations, donors, foundations and volunteers who make up the social sector. Field Notes in Philanthropy will host conversations to explore the places where politics, current events and philanthropy intersect and their impact locally and globally. Hosted by Patrick Center, News and Public Affairs Director, WGVU Public Media, PBS & NPR Tory Mart ...
 
Welcome to Rebel & Create's Podcasts - Fatherhood Field Notes Podcast and Craft of Fatherhood Podcast. Fatherhood Field Notes is where we hear real stories from real men living real lives. Fatherhood is not only about being a dad, it incorporates providing and serving a home, loving and serving a spouse, engaging and serving in a community, as well as intentionally serving your children. Fatherhood is an adventure, one full of fun, wild, and messy stories. In this podcast we will hear storie ...
 
Wanderers and explorers who for the most part partake in suffering nature until a specific animal or place is found. The circumstances and methods may change as does the landscape but one true essence remains present throughout, the true sense of adventure. This Podcast is a meeting place for both like minded and open minded people to gain an insight into the lives of successful hunters and industry leaders from around the world to capture what really makes them tick.
 
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Bats are wonderful, mysterious creatures: they swoop gracefully through the night, and sometimes through our nightmares. We fear what we don't understand, and most of us know little about bats. They behave in strange ways: only breeding when it's rainy, giving birth upside down, and sharing as a group the responsibility of nursing young.…
 
This episode marks the Season Two finale with Professor Pius Akumbu, an Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Bamenda, Cameroon, and an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the University of Hamburg. His research focuses on the documentation and description of Grassfields Bantu languages of Cameroon, including his mother tongue, Baban…
 
Dr. John Jackson is the president of William Jessup University. He is the Father to 5 and the Grandfather to 3. He shares his wisdom on Fatherhood. As he reflects on raising his children and being in tune with his grandchildren you will gain an understanding of the importance of your role as a father.…
 
Last summer I was helping teach a geology field camp near Dillon. On our way back to the Birch Creek Outdoor Education Center each day, after long hours in the August sun spent identifying and mapping incredible exposures of rock, we would drive past a few crumbling cabins beneath an unweathered cliff face footed by large piles of scree. This was o…
 
Mike Crow is a Father, GrandFather, and Successful Business Owner. This episode is packed full of wisdom that will help all fathers look beyond themselves to future generations. Mike shares his fatherhood secrets to help improve the legacy that we are all building each and every day.By Ned Schaut
 
This my friends is what it is all about. This conversation with my friend Walk is POWERFUL. Do not miss this. He has 5 kids that are all moved out of the house. He continues to fight for deep relationship with his kids. In our conversation he reflects on what worked well and what he would have done differently.…
 
August had just begun when a friend delivered my first hand-me-down squash of the summer: a round, green variegated giant that had reached the size of a jack-o-lantern seemingly overnight, just the way squash like to do. Later in the kitchen, I eyed down the squash and started my perennial should-I-grill-it-or-make-zucchini-bread debate. I suspect …
 
This week's episode is with Willem de Reuse. Willem specializes in the description of Native American languages, particularly Siouan and Athabaskan languages. He wrote his Ph.D. dissertation on the Siberian Yupik language. He has published on morphological theory, language contact, and historical phonology and philology. He has taught at the Univer…
 
In the summer, folks come home from work at their jobs and hang out in their yards - they mow the lawn or weed the garden or have barbecues. I don't cook much, but just before dark I like to have a couple of friends over. We get out the beach chairs, face them toward the garden and get ready for my favorite summer evening entertainment. We watch my…
 
Welcome, Joe Rawlinson to Fatherhood Field Notes. Joe is the father to four kiddos, two of which are twins. His twins are 12 Years Old! He has some experience. Joe was looking for resources as a dad when he first had his twins - since he couldn't find much he started documenting what was working on a blog for other dads. Over time this has grown in…
 
I feel the stress from the week lift off my shoulders as I breathe in the scent of ponderosa pine. Today, I have no papers to write, tests to take, or meetings to attend. This is my time to relax in the Montana wilderness. Even though I know that spending time in nature always makes me feel better, I don’t always take the time to immerse myself in …
 
It was such a pleasure to talk with George Dutra. Having a daughter changed this man's life. While in prison he found out he was having his first kid. He got to work to become the man he wanted to be for his family and for the world. Chapter 2 of his life looks different than chapter one. This is an amazing story from a man who is proof that every …
 
Today's episode is with N. Haʻalilio Solomon, who is an Instructor at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa at Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language, where he is also a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Linguistics. Haʻalilio is also a translator for ‘ōlelo Hawaiʻi with Awaiaulu and Hoʻopulapula, and his studies involve language documentation a…
 
This is an ongoing battle with kids. What is your role as the father? Today Ned Schaut discusses the question a father brought up to him about chores. He also reviews Monday's episode of Fatherhood Field Notes Podcast with Tim Sheehan from Greenlight App.By Ned Schaut
 
I know that gully. It’s full of secrets, hidden under the downfall, in the hawthorne trees, or in woodpecker holes that riddle the twisted old aspens. I love looking for treasures there: the signs of birds or animals or insects who find a home there or respite from the heat of a prairie summer. ... But I did not do it.…
 
Wow! This was truly an incredible conversation with a great man who has embraced his role as a father. Tim Sheehan is Co-Founder and CEO of Greenlight Card. This is an app and debit card to teach kids about money. Tim is taking the tools that his father taught him about personal finance and teaching kids around the world! His team has developed an …
 
This week's episode is with Sheena Shah, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Hamburg in Germany. She is currently working on a 2-year project documenting siPhuthi. Sheena has conducted linguistic fieldwork on a number of languages in Southern Africa, including several indigenous click languages. Sheena’s mother tongue is Gujarati an…
 
This is one of those constant struggles. How do we come home from work and make sure we still have gas in the tanks for our families? Why is it easier to give 100% at work, and not as easy to do that at home? Here are Five things that will help you come home with energy.By Ned Schaut
 
Nectarless orchids are masters of mimicry and can appear and smell identical to other nectar-rich orchids. Thus, they draw pollinators into their flower, and then the forced pollination begins. Certain orchids shoot sticky balls of pollen at their pollinators. Others are known to intoxicate the pollinators so that they fall into a chamber inside, a…
 
The one and only amazing Shane Grammer and I discuss Fatherhood! Shane is an amazing artist with an enormous heart. This man continues to bring hope and joy to our world through his beautiful art. In this conversation, he opens up about his childhood and the things he had to work through so he could be the father his family needed. The intentionali…
 
Do you feel you need help communicating with your teen? Sean Donohue has got tools, resources, and can help coach you in having HARMONY in your home. This guy is the real deal, and he's not 100 years old, sitting in a high tower, where your kid is going to roll their eyes ;) Sean and his team help families! They have a ton of amazing content on the…
 
Today's episode is with Andrew Harvey and Richard Griscom from Leiden University. Andrew and Richard have just returned from their most recent field trip to Tanzania and in this episode, they discuss their current projects (documenting Gorwaa, Hadza, and Ihanzu) and teamwork in the field. Things mentioned in this episode: What if…? Imagining non-We…
 
This past week I had a great conversation with a dad who was struggling with feeling like he was giving all he could to work and family. While working from home during this Covid19 Lockdown he felt he was helping out at home more but it wasn't enough. I then recapped the Jon Vroman podcast - what did I learn - not to be a boring husband.…
 
As winter faded into spring and the last remnants of snow remained in shadowy patches atop higher peaks, I wandered into the Rattlesnake Wilderness, outside of Missoula, Montana. The air was filled with male songbirds singing to attract a mate for the season. The crackling call of the corvid, the rasp of the chickadee, and the delicate honk of the …
 
Jon Vroman is all about Fatherhood. He has a passion to invest in his family and give them his best time, energy, and creativity. He has created a community called Front Row Dads to help himself and friends grow in their success as fathers and husbands. This episode is full of very practical ways to be present and engaged with your family. Check ou…
 
Today’s episode is with Dorothea Hoffmann, a documentary linguist who has worked in remote parts of Northern Australia with speakers of MalakMalak, Jaminjung, and Kriol. In North America, she has been involved in language revitalization projects for the Acoma, Ute, Stoney Nakoda, Ho-Chunk and Cowlitz tribes, and First Nations. She is affiliated wit…
 
In this short Craft of Fatherhood Podcast I respond to a question a dad asked me about making friends and getting involved in a community of dudes. I read several pages out of my Rebel and Create book which can be purchased on my website www.rebelandcreate.com. I wrote a chapter on friendships and how important I think they are. I also review Monda…
 
On a sunny June day, I was standing among a group of budding naturalists, sketching the bark of a cottonwood tree. Suddenly, I heard a series of quiet gasps and more than a few titters ripple through our small crowd. Someone had spotted a cow moose and her calf crossing the path just a few feet away from us. We all turned to watch them on their rou…
 
Randy Mason is a Hip-Hop artist and musician from the Bronx. He is a loving father to 6 kiddos and an intentional husband to one supportive wife. In this episode we talk about the importance of keeping your dreams alive as a father, helping your kids find their passions and the importance of investing in your marriage.…
 
This week's episode is with Alice Mitchell, a Junior Professor at the Institute for African Studies at the University of Cologne in Germany. Alice holds a BA in German and Linguistics from the University of Oxford, an MA in Language Documentation and Description from SOAS, and a PhD in Linguistics from the University at Buffalo. Her research focuse…
 
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