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Since the first Australian Parliament in 1901, time has been set aside to allow questions to be asked of ministers, colloquially known as Question Time. During this time, elected representatives hold the government accountable by asking ministers questions about their actions and decisions. The Prime Minister and Ministers are expected to answer these questions, providing transparency and insight into government affairs. Subscribe to listen back to Question Time from the House of Representat ...
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Amid the nuclear threat of the Cold War, America's prized secrets were falling into the hands of its sworn enemy. The FBI's hunt for the leak led to an astonishing discovery—the mole was one of its own, special agent Robert Hanssen. For two decades, Hanssen masqueraded as a devoted patriot while ruthlessly selling out his country, trading classified intelligence to the Soviet Union and later Russia, in exchange for cash and diamonds. He was a whirlwind of contradictions—a self-proclaimed pat ...
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ALEXEY ROMEO

Romeoclub.gurucan.ru

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Alexey Romeo is a name that is well known to many electronic music fans around the world. He is the undisputed leader of the club industry and one of the brightest representatives of the global house scene. For many years host on Radio Record, Megapolis Fm, Kiss Fm. Now the producer of weekly podcast White Knight. He has performed at the biggest dance festivals such as Sensation, ULTRA (Miami WMC Closing Event), Fort Dance, Alfa Future People, KaZantip, Space (Ibiza), Privilege (Ibiza), Aval ...
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The Georgia Politics Podcast focuses on all things under the gold dome and around the state. Show host Preston Thompson covers the most noteworthy updates of the legislative session of Georgia's House of Representatives and State Senate.
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In this Podcast your Host Bob Slone will take a weekly look at what took place in the South Carolina House and Senate. From interviews with the People that are influential in crafting Bills and making Law, to a breakdown on what actually took place in Columbia SC.The Podcasts are short and to the point and chocked full of relevant info to ALL South Carolinians.
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John and his wife Marlena have lived in Sedgwick County for over 30 years. John pursued a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Kansas where he studied Political Science and Public Administration. He has been involved in multiple local and national political campaigns. Recently John was an elected member to the Kansas House of Representatives. Today, John is a local business owner and host of The John Whitmer Show, Sunday evenings at 7 on KNSS.
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Since the first Australian Parliament in 1901, time has been set aside to allow questions to be asked of ministers, colloquially known as Question Time. During this time, elected representatives hold the government accountable by asking ministers questions about their actions and decisions. The Prime Minister and Ministers are expected to answer these questions, providing transparency and insight into government affairs. Subscribe to listen back to Question Time from the Senate Chamber of Au ...
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Liberty & Justice with former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker is a podcast that explores conservative ideas and ideals, interviewing leaders on the right and discussing important news regarding the Federal Courts, United States House of Representatives, and the United States Senate, together with the executive branch including the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security. This podcast is the fusion of law and politics with smart commentary and interesting guests. Learn more at Whit ...
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To The Point, a Council of Large Public Housing Authorities podcast offers you concise, digestible overview of the most pressing topics facing the public and affordable housing industry. You’ll hear from leaders from across the housing spectrum from public housing authorities’ executives to notable researchers, academics, to federal, state, and local officials, to representatives from community-based organizations. Jeffery K. Patterson, CEO of the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority and ...
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Bovine Banter

Penn State Extension

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Bovine Banter focuses on management, production, and profitability to help make farms more successful. Join the Penn State Extension Dairy Team for informal educational conversations with dairy producers, industry representatives and Penn State faculty and research. Each week we will cover hot topics in the dairy industry that will help dairy producers become more profitable. Guests will compare research with experiences of what has and has not worked on their farms and provide tips to help ...
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A Long-time radio host with his own show as well as backing up as host for nationally syndicated broadcasts, Jeff is a fifth generation Oregon farmer, aviator, professional musician, former State Legislator, lobbyist, real estate developer, small business owner, firefighter, and served as an embedded broadcaster with Oregon National Guard in Iraq and Afghanistan. Jeff is a former Oregon State Representative and fifth generation Oregon farmer from Sublimity, Oregon. Kropf served as Chairman o ...
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********I Love my COUNTRY It's the GOVERNMENT I am AFRAID of!******** THE AMERICAN'S CREED by William Tyler Page "I believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed, a democracy in a republic, a sovereign Nation of many sovereign States; a perfect union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice, and humanity for which American patriot ...
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NO UNCERTAIN TERMS

20-min podcast of the latest term limits news hosted by Philip Blumel, president of U.S. Term Limits.

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The No Uncertain Terms podcast brings a refreshing and sometimes humorous view of the diabolical ways our supposed "representatives" go out of their way to suppress the will of the people in an effort to preserve their own power. No Uncertain Terms is the weekly podcast of U.S. Term Limits, a non-partisan, nonprofit organization with the primary goal of imposing term limits on all elected officials, particularly the U.S. Congress. Weekly 20-min podcast hosted by Philip Blumel, president of U ...
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Skullduggery

Michael Isikoff, Daniel Klaidman, Victoria Bassetti

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Underhandedness. Trickery. Unscrupulous behavior. Skullduggery breaks down the conduct of Washington's political class, tracks the latest in conspiracy theories and disinformation campaigns coursing through social media — and who is pushing them — and keeps you up to date on the latest investigations into misbehavior by members of Congress as well as current and former government officials. Yahoo News’ veteran investigative journalists Michael Isikoff, Editor in Chief Daniel Klaidman, and Se ...
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KNEO Capitol Report

Sky High Podcast Network

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Welcome to the KNEO Capitol Report, your daily insider's pass to the heart of Missouri's political landscape. Tune in every weekday morning on KNEO 91.7 FM, or wherever you get your podcasts, for brief and impactful updates straight from the desks of your local state representatives and senators in Southwest Missouri. In 2024, join us as we hear from Sen. Jill Carter (MO-32), Rep. Ben Baker (MO-160), Rep. Dirk Deaton (MO-159), Rep. Bob Bromley (MO-161), and Lane Roberts (MO-162). Additionall ...
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California Congressional seats that were solidly Republican are suddenly up for grabs. Capital Public Radio's Keys to the House follows the battleground races and themes that could determine which party controls the House of Representatives.
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Welcome to All Things Saine, the enlightening radio show hosted by North Carolina House of Representative Jason Saine. Tune in to WSIC every Wednesday at 11am as Representative Saine takes you on a journey through the latest news, legislative updates, and insightful discussions on a wide range of topics that impact our communities. About Representative Jason Saine All Things Saine is hosted by Jason Saine, a dedicated public servant and a respected member of the North Carolina House of Repre ...
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The Purple Principle

Fluent Knowledge LLC

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Nonpartisan podcast for independent-minded Americans exploring the perils of partisanship in U.S. politics, society and daily life. Join & Support us with an Apple Podcast Subscription for bonus content.
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A report on the most significant activities of the day's legislative meetings, including committee testimony and actions, and debate and votes on the floor of Kentucky's Senate and House of Representatives.
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Congress is the least liked and perhaps least understood part of government. But it’s vital to our constitutional government. Congress is the only branch equipped to work through our diverse nation’s disagreements and decide on the law. To better understand the First Branch, join host Kevin Kosar and guests as they explain its infrastructure, culture, procedures, history, and more.
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Corey Holland, a former class-room teacher, cross country and track coach, member of the Oklahoma House Representatives and now the Assistant Superintendent of Cache Public Schools is hosting his own podcast chain called Holland House Radio. This is the first episode where he speaks with his mother in law on politics and other current events. He then in the second portion brings in his youngest son in to talk life and video games. Join the fun!
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The Room Xchange Podcast

Ludwina Dautovic, CEO and Founder - The Room Xchange

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Welcome to Australia's Premier Housing and Rental Podcast. Ludwina Dautovic, CEO and Founder of www.TheRoomXchange.com, hosts an engaging show dedicated to tackling the pressing issues of housing affordability and the rental crisis in Australia. With a staggering 13.5 million unused spare bedrooms across 10 million homes nationwide, we, as Australia's sole verified house-sharing platform, present a unique solution to address these challenges. These untapped housing resources, often owned by ...
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America 2.0

J S Mayank and David Carlyle | Realm

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Seth McGuire (Patrick J Adams) is a first term Congressman. He’s also an unflinching idealist and a profound optimist. When embroiled in his first ever controversy, Seth is completely ill-equipped to navigate D.C.’s political treachery. Hope comes in a EUREKA moment, putting him at a crossroads: can his bold and revolutionary plan really save this country, or is he going to talk himself right out of office when people hear his crazy idea? Find out in our 6-part, scripted, narrative podcast s ...
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Political power: Who wants it? Who wields it? And why? Through compelling conversations with power players, newsmakers, and experts, The X-Ray answers these questions, providing listeners with insightful analysis of the biggest issues facing our democracy at home and abroad. The X-Ray is brought to you by Issue One, producers of the Swamp Stories podcast.
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The Blacklands Café is a visit each weekday with some of the most interesting people in Northeast Texas. Authors, politicians, representatives from non-profit organizations, business leaders, thought leaders, and others visit with host John Mark Dempsey and "have a cup of coffee on the house." New episodes post each weekday.
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Let Them Eat Toast

Jordan Waggoner & Taylor Mielke

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We are two Millennials who talk about politics way too much, and our significant others think this is a great ”outlet” for us. We discuss everything having to do with politics, but our focus is on Millennials and the progressive ideals that are so popular among our generation, as well as the lack of Millennial representation within our government.
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We at GudMusic we bring only the doopest tunes in house Music, ranging from Deep House, Soulful House, jazzy House. "If it aint Gud, its not OURS" Kindly note that the tracks in this podcast are not my own and not created or edited by me in any way but mixed in my own style for entertainment purposes only. I am not the author or owner of the copyrights of the component tracksIf you like the track, support the artists and go and buy the original music. Representatives of either the artist or ...
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'If You Can Keep It' explores the structure and workings of the U.S. government. What does it mean to be an American? Armed with primary sources, humor, and anecdotes, Amanda and Sam attempt to answer this question by making civics education fascinating and fun.
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The lack of truly conservative shows and hosts is really astounding. Most mainstream Republicans will bend on some - heck, most issues. Not Adam Boyer! He's here to inform, entertain, and encourage you to take our country back to its founding Christian values. The goal of the show is to not only inform you on the current political topics but also to inspire you by talking with other people just like you! So buckle up and come along! Let's do this!
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Breaks/BreakBeat DJ with great experience. Best DJ at My Breaks Battle 2015. ranked in the top 100 EestiDJ Constantly involved of various activities in hometown. Sometimes acts as Techno/House DJ, but mostly prefer Breaks. Writing songs is not very good yet, but that does not stop to be one of the best representatives of the genre "Breaks" in own country. Dreams engaged only the music and nothing else. Constantly be on different parties, various countries, and do what it does best: Make peop ...
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Getting Real With Rob

Real Estate & Building Industry Coalition (REBIC)

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Getting Real With Rob is the official podcast of the Real Estate & Building Industry Coalition in Charlotte, North Carolina. Hosted by Executive Director Rob Nanfelt, Getting Real With Rob features real conversations with industry leaders about real estate, housing and community.
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2020Vision

United States Studies Centre

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2020Vision follows the race for the White House in the 2020 US presidential election. Produced by the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, and hosted by Drew Sheldrick, it features in-house experts and special guests from the fields of US politics, foreign policy and media.
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Bourbon in The Back Room

Vincent Sheheen and Joel Lourie

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An inside look at politics with Senators Sheheen and Lourie. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the important, fun, and sometimes weird world of South Carolina Politics. Learn how the laws that impact your life every day get made and find a unique perspective on connections around the state!
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The MultiGreen Podcast

MultiGreen Properties

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MultiGreen is a real estate development and operating company with a single mission to improve the state of the world by building 40,000 WorkForce Plus™ multifamily homes throughout the United States by 2030. Hosted by MultiGreen’s Chairman of the Board, Randy C. Norton, this podcast will feature perspectives from industry experts, government representatives, and academic luminaries. MultiGreen was founded in 2019 as a real estate development and operating company specializing in ground-up c ...
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The House, Senate, and Presidency are all up for grabs in 2024. Which will control the lower chamber of Congress after the election? Election playlist: 2024 Election Predictions https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmY2Vfl_XHZfgVXMP07wivVYECFH08ikX HEAD OVER TO THE WEBSITE! https://www.fightandrevive.com Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/@Fighta…
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In The Atlantic Slave Trade in World History (Routledge, 2015), Jeremy Black presents a compact yet comprehensive survey of slavery and its impact on the world, primarily centered on the Atlantic trade. Opening with a clear discussion of the problems of defining slavery, the book goes on to investigate the Atlantic slave trade from its origins to a…
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Situated at the intersection of natural science and philosophy, Our Genes: A Philosophical Perspective on Human Evolutionary Genomics (Cambridge University Press, 2023) explores historical practices, investigates current trends, and imagines future work in genetic research to answer persistent, political questions about human diversity. Readers are…
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One hundred and twenty Black leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs share their wisdom and experience across the centuries in Make Your Own History: Timeless Truths from Black American Trailblazers (Dafina, 2023), an inspiring collection of exemplary Black voices--past and present, familiar and unsung--which have the power to guide us today. Celebr…
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How embedded are the dignity and personhood of the elderly in the collective memory of their nation? In Aging Nationally in Contemporary Poland: Memory, Kinship, and Personhood (Rutgers University Press, 2021) anthropologist Jessica C. Robbins-Panko dissects the Polish version of this story, in which the meanings and ideals both of “active aging” p…
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A hybrid lab functions in the space between institutions and infrastructure, creating new opportunities for understanding their interconnection. However, their legitimacy remains fuzzy without formal and methodological critique. The Lab Book: Situated Practices in Media Studies (U of Minnesota Press, 2021) proposes the "extended lab model" to descr…
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The neighborhoods we live in impact our lives in so many ways: they determine who we know, what resources and opportunities we have access to, the quality of schools our kids go to, our sense of security and belonging, and even how long we live. Yet too many of us live in neighborhoods plagued by rising crime, school violence, family disintegration…
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Written by iconic Egyptian novelist Ihsan Abdel Kouddous, this classic of love, desire, and family breakdown smashed through taboos when first published in Arabic and continues to captivate audiences today It is 1950s Cairo and 16-year-old Amina is engaged to a much older man. Despite all the excitement of the wedding preparations, Amina is not loo…
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Why and how local coffee bars in Italy--those distinctively Italian social and cultural spaces--have been increasingly managed by Chinese baristas since the Great Recession of 2008? Italians regard espresso as a quintessentially Italian cultural product--so much so that Italy has applied to add Italian espresso to UNESCO's official list of intangib…
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Adam Kabat’s The River Imp and the Stinky Jewel and Other Tales: Monster Comics from Edo Japan (Columbia UP, 2023) is an in-depth introduction to the rich and ribald world of kibyōshi, a short-lived (1778-1807) subgenre of books combining text and illustration on the same page, much like comic books and manga today. This book presents a selection o…
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From the theatre mask and masquerade to the masked criminal and the rise of facial recognition software, masks have long performed as an instrument for the protection and concealment of identity. Even as they conceal and protect, masks – as faces – are an extension of the self. At the same time, they are a part of material culture: what are masks m…
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In Prophets and Prophecy in the Late Antique Near East (Cambridge UP, 2023), Jae Han investigates how various Late Antique Near Eastern communities—Jews, Christians, Manichaeans, and philosophers—discussed prophets and revelation, among themselves and against each other. Bringing an interdisciplinary, historical approach to the topic, he interrogat…
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The Simple Art of Rice: Recipes from Around the World for the Heart of Your Table (Flatiron Books, 2023) is a cookbook celebrating the versatility of this grain. Its recipes are rooted in many cultures from around the globe, including Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Award-winning author Chef JJ Johnson, along with Danica Novgorodoff, produc…
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As Manifest Destiny took hold in the national consciousness, what did it mean for African Americans who were excluded from its ambitions for an expanding American empire that would shepherd the Western Hemisphere into a new era of civilization and prosperity? In The Race for America: Black Internationalism in the Age of Manifest Destiny (UNC Press,…
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State-Building as Lawfare: Custom, Sharia, and State Law in Postwar Chechnya (Cambridge University Press, 2023) by Dr. Egor Lazarev explores the use of state and non-state legal systems by both politicians and ordinary people in postwar Chechnya. The book addresses two interrelated puzzles: why do local rulers tolerate and even promote non-state le…
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How did Psalm 110:1 become so widely used as a messianic prooftext in the New Testament and early Christianity? Part of the explanation may be related to the first century’s Greco-Roman political and religious context. Tune in as we speak with Clint Burnett about his recent book Christ’s Enthronement at God’s Right Hand and its Greco-Roman Cultural…
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“We’re not monsters, Mom. We’re goddesses—smart, fearless, and beautiful.” That’s the voice of Ava, the superpowered protagonist of Katherine Marsh’s captivating novel for children, Medusa (Clarion Books, 2024). Our discussion focuses on Marsh’s feminist retelling of the Medusa myth—and on the wider topic of the direction of children’s literature a…
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In 1971, the first lunar rover arrived on the moon. The design became an icon of American ingenuity and the adventurous spirit and vision many equated with the space race. Fifty years later, that vision feels like a nostalgic fantasy, but the lunar rover's legacy paved the way for Mars rovers like Sojourner, Curiosity, and Perseverance. Other rover…
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The Comic Book as Research Tool contributes to a growing body of work celebrating the visual methods and tools that aid knowledge transfer and welcome new audiences to social science research. Visual research methodological milestones highlight a trajectory towards the adoption of more creative and artistic media. As such, the book is dedicated to …
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Cultural Approaches to Studying Religion: An Introduction to Theories and Method (Bloomsbury, 2023) examines the analytic tools of scholars in religious studies, as well as in related disciplines that have shaped the field including cultural approaches from anthropology, history, literature, and critical studies in race, sexuality, and gender. Each…
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In her new book, When Left Moves Right: The Decline of the Left and the Rise of the Populist Right in Postcommunist Europe (Oxford University Press, 2024), Maria Snegovaya argues that, contrary to the view that emphasizes the sociocultural aspects (xenophobia, anti-immigrant sentiment, etc.) of the rise of the populist right, especially in postcomm…
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Fight and Revive bonus epsiode alert! Congressman Bob Good's (R-VA05) Freedom Fighters Tour has made its way across the 5th district. This video was taken at the Timberlake Tavern, capturing the entire speech of every single speaker, all of whom are listed in the time stamps below ⬇️. Subscribe for more exclusive speeches like these, as you learn a…
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Welcome to The Georgia Politics podcast! On today's show, Rep. Matthew Gambill joins to discuss what it means to serve as one of the Governor’s floor leaders during legislative session. A Governor's floor leader is a prominent position within the state's legislative body. This individual is appointed by the Governor to serve as their liaison and re…
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In the summer of 1976, an earthquake swallows up the city of Tangshan, China. Among the hundreds of thousands of people scrambling for survival is a mother who makes an agonising decision that irrevocably changes her life and the lives of her children. In that devastating split second, her seven-year-old daughter, Xiaodeng, is separated from her br…
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What does living “precariously” mean in Casablanca? In 2014 it meant being labeled tcharmil (seeming to endanger public order) and swept up by the police, if you were an unemployed young man sporting a banda haircut and gathering with your mates on a street corner. Cristiana Strava witnessed this and other neglected aspects of urban vulnerability w…
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What does the Miss Tibet beauty pageant tell us about what it means to be Tibetan in a globalized world? And what understandings of Tibetan culture does it convey? In this episode, Kenneth Bo Nielsen talks to Pema Choedon about representations of Tibet and Tibetan culture on the global stage from the vantage point of the Miss Tibet beauty pageant. …
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In this deep and incisive study, General David Petraeus, who commanded the US-led coalitions in both Iraq, during the Surge, and Afghanistan and former CIA director, and the prize-winning historian Andrew Roberts, explore over 70 years of conflict, drawing significant lessons and insights from their fresh analysis of the past. Drawing on their diff…
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This book analyses the way that changes in the comics industry, book trade and webcomics distribution have shaped the publication of long-form comics. The US Graphic Novel (Edinburgh UP, 2022) pays particular attention to how the concept of the graphic novel developed through the twentieth century. Art historians, journalists, and reviewers debated…
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Brynn Quick speaks with Dr Elizabeth Peterson about language ideologies and what we think when we hear different varieties of English. The conversation centers around Dr Peterson’s 2020 book Making Sense of 'Bad English': An Introduction to Language Attitudes and Ideologies (Routledge, 2019). The book discusses how the notions of “good” versus “bad…
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The Irish and the Jews are two of the classic outliers of modern Europe. Both struggled with their lack of formal political sovereignty in the nineteenth-century. Simultaneously European and not European, both endured a bifurcated status, perceived as racially inferior and yet also seen as a natural part of the European landscape. Both sought to de…
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Archival Film Curatorship: Early and Silent Cinema from Analog to Digital (Amsterdam UP, 2023) is the first book-length study that investigates film archives at the intersection of institutional histories, early and silent film historiography, and archival curatorship. It examines three institutions at the forefront of experimentation with film exh…
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Rachel Greenlaw's debut young adult romantasy, Compass and Blade (Inkyard Press, 2024) is filled with sirens and mysterious magic, swoony romance and cutthroat betrayal. This world of sea and storm runs deep with bargains and blood. On the remote isle of Rosevear, Mira, like her mother before her, is a wrecker, one of the seven on the rope who swim…
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A candid conversation with renowned Sanskritist and online teacher Antonia Ruppel on her love of the language, teaching philosophy, views on academia, and online programs, here and here. Antonia Ruppel is a researcher on the project Uncovering Sanskrit Syntax. She did her PhD in Classics at the University of Cambridge and was subsequently the Towns…
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Lars: WA Supreme Court administrator decided to suspend lower court ruling: https://oregoncatalyst.com/76749-lars-larson-dubious-legal-trick-gun-rights.html OR SOS website keeps crashing: https://oregoncatalyst.com/76742-election-website-crashing.html Are you willing to overlook Trump’s states rights abortion opinion if he will preserve your libert…
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Consisting of about 25,000 verses in Valmiki's Rāmāyaṇa, the story of Rāma was summarized in 704 verses in eighteen chapters in the Rāmopākhyāna, which comprises chapters 258--275 of the Aranyaka Parvan of the great epic Mahābhārata. Peter Scharf's Ramopakhyana - the Story of Rama in the Mahabharata (Routledge, 2023) is suitable for students who ha…
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David and Modya know that beauty is more than skin deep. In this episode, they look at the parsha of tazria (Leviticus 12:1–13:59) through the lens of righteousness to see what we can learn about skin outbreaks, life and death and communal responsibility to the individual and the community. Modya Silver is an author and psychotherapist based in Tor…
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Today’s book is: 100 Years of Radio in South Africa, Volume 1: South African Radio Stations and Broadcasters Then & Now (Palgrave MacMillan, 2023), edited by Dr. Sisanda Nkoala (with Gilbert Motsaathebe). The book focuses on South African radio stations and broadcasters in the past and present. It brings together media scholars and practitioners to…
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Dani Rodrik (Harvard Kennedy School Economics Professor) joins the podcast to discuss his career, the best case for industrial policy, the labor market effects of globalization, and his vision of an ideal economic policy paradigm. Rodrik is the Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Gover…
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Never before have comics seemed so popular or diversified, proliferating across a broad spectrum of genres, experimenting with a variety of techniques, and gaining recognition as a legitimate, rich form of art. Openness of Comics: Generating Meaning within Flexible Structures (UP of Mississippi, 2016) examines this trend by taking up philosopher Um…
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Stephanie Bastek has been with The American Scholar for 10 years, where she is now senior editor. She hosts and produces the magazine’s Smarty Pants podcast, with has just returned with a new miniseries called “Exploding the Canon” about the student protests at her alma mater, Reed College, over the mandatory freshmen humanities course eight years …
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In A Blackqueer Sexual Ethics: Embodiment, Possibility, and Living Archive (T&T Clark, 2024), Elyse Ambrose looks to an archive of blackqueerness as an authoritative source for religious ethical reflection. This approach counters the disintegrative norms of anti-black and anti-body traditionalism in Christian sexual ethics, even those that strive t…
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Seamus O’Malley is an associate professor at Yeshiva University. His first book was Making History New: Modernism and Historical Narrative (Oxford University Press, 2015). He has co-edited three volumes, one of essays on Ford Madox Ford and America (Rodopi, 2010), a research companion to Ford (Routledge, 2018) and a volume of essays on the cartooni…
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The Middle East remains one of the world’s most complicated, thorny—and, uncharitably, unstable—parts of the world, as countless headlines make clear. Internal strife, regional competition and external interventions have been the region’s history for the past several decades. Robert Kaplan—author, foreign policy thinker, longtime writer on internat…
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Bringing into dialogue the fields of social history, Andean ethnography, and postcolonial theory, The Lettered Indian: Race, Nation, and Indigenous Education in Twentieth-Century Bolivia (Duke University Press, 2024) by Dr. Brooke Larson maps the moral dilemmas and political stakes involved in the protracted struggle over Indian literacy and school…
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Anne Enright, writer, critic, Booker winner, kindly makes time for Irish literature maven Paige Reynolds and ND host John Plotz. She reads from The Wren, The Wren (Norton, 2023) and discusses the “etherized” state of our inner lives as they circulate on social media. Anne says we don't yet know if the web has become a space of exposure or of author…
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There have been Christians in the Holy Land for two thousand years; “we are the first church,” says Father Firas Abedrabbo who is from Bethlehem and works in Ramallah. He studied law in France and speaks excellent English and spoke with me about his experience as a priest in Palestine (the West Bank) during the Gaza War. We talk politics and histor…
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