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How to Survive the End of the World

How to Survive the End of the World

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Join Autumn Brown and adrienne maree brown, two sisters who share many identities, as writers, activists, facilitators, and inheritors of multiracial diasporic lineages, as well as a particular interest in the question of survival, as we embark on a podcast that delves into the practices we need as a community, to move through endings and to come out whole on the other side, whatever that might be. visit us @ endoftheworldshow.org
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Malik and Jamie were roommates when the world ended. Now separated by half the country, literal acid rain, werewolves, aliens, and more, they start a chat podcast to stay in touch and work through the increasing uncertainty of their new apocalyptic reality. Each episode, Malik & Jamie will tackle topics like: should I change my office hours to accommodate vampire students? What if the body snatcher that took over my ex is nice? When did the kudzu start humming like that? Malik & Jamie will t ...
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The worlds of macro finance and crypto are continuing to draw closer together. On the Margin will host some of the greatest minds in the world of asset management, markets, and discuss how ideas that were once on the margin are now becoming mainstream.
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What Came Next

Broken Cycle Media

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What happens after the experiences of true crime survivors have been shared with the world? Does the media truly capture all it entails to survive such tragedy in the public eye? What comes after the convictions are in, the cameras stop rolling, and the court of public opinion has spoken? Can sharing our stories lead to justice, and is there ever really justice? These questions and many more are discussed on the new true crime docuseries podcast brought to you by Broken Cycle Media (https:// ...
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Welcome to the Survival and Basic Badass Podcast, where we dive into the world of off-grid living, guns, prepping, survival, and a touch of intriguing conspiracy theories. Join us as we explore the skills, knowledge, and mindset necessary to navigate an unpredictable world. Each week we delve into a wide range of topics designed to empower you with practical tips and insights. From mastering self-sufficiency in off-grid living to honing your firearm skills, we leave no stone unturned when it ...
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ESPN Australia's Sam Bruce is joined by Christy Doran to discuss the biggest talking points in southern hemisphere rugby, from the action on-field to the latest storylines around the game.
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Power Play is POLITICO's new weekly transatlantic podcast hosted by renowned British journalist Anne McElvoy. It takes listeners inside the minds of those who wield power to better understand the choices they face. The show features guests at the top of their fields in government, business, civil society and more — accompanied by the expert analysis of journalists across POLITICO's newsrooms globally, giving listeners the inside take on the most significant issues raised by the guest, as wel ...
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Two former NFL offensive linemen (Alex Boone and Jeremiah Sirles) join former 8th grade football backup (Phil Mackey) for entertaining, behind-the-scenes discussions about the NFL -- from a trenches perspective! Your Dumb Football Questions are always welcome on the OLine Committee. An offensive line lifestyle podcast!
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Cafe Un3

Mareo Marcel

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CafeUn3 is an Entertainment Blogger that weekly gives you his unfiltered and straight shooting opinions on the biggest and latest happening in the world of Film, TV, Food and News. CafeUn3 mission is to entertain, inform and educate anyone who tunes in. Smash that like and subscribe button!!!
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Welcome to the Emotional Intelli-Gents Podcast. A podcast dedicated to helping leaders understand and hone their emotional intelligence skills. We are Ismail and Sameer, the hosts of the show, and together we have a passion for helping others navigate the complex world of emotions in the workplace. We believe that emotional intelligence is a crucial skill for success in all aspects of leadership, and we are here to share our knowledge and experience with you. So join us as we explore the wor ...
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Warrior Words | Stories of Hope | Finding the Beauty in the Broken & Thriving After Surviving Trauma

Heather Gaffney - Author, YouTuber, and Podcaster; Storyteller, Warrior, Survivor, Thriver

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Do events from your past plague and haunt you? Are you walking through a storm that feels like it will never end? Is your battle rendering you hopeless? You desire to be a Warrior like Joan of Arc, but at the end of the day, you just feel like Mrs. Banks from Mary Poppins. No more, my friend! You may feel like you’re fighting alone, but this battle was never meant to be a solo endeavor. You were meant to be a Warrior among Warriors. I, too, grew up thinking my battles were mine alone. Until ...
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UnDisciplined

Utah Public Radio

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Each week, UnDisciplined takes a fun, fascinating and accessible dive into the lives of researchers and explorers working across a wide variety of scientific fields.
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EQaboveIQ Podcast is about integrating EQ in Parenting and healing the inner child during the process. At the same time, learning the tools necessary so you can show up for your children the way you wished your parents could've done for you but still let them be their authentic selves! Let's end the cycle of trauma so we can help our children thrive, not just survive! I will be interviewing educators and child advocates who know the value of using Emotional Intelligence not only in the busin ...
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The Human Survival Podcast

The Human Survival Project

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Hosted by Shelby Mertes, this show is part of the Human Survival Project, which was created for you and others to work together to save humanity. We combine two powerful truths: 1) humanity is facing existential threats to our world civilization, and 2) these global threats require global management by a redesigned and much stronger United Nations. We are building a global grassroots organization to help citizens push their governments to fix the U.N., to help protect the future of humanity ...
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Welcome to *Metamorphosis Unleashed*, the podcast that's here to help you embrace life's transformative moments and emerge stronger than ever before. In a world filled with stereotypes, stigma, and unexpected challenges, this podcast is your beacon of hope, offering insights, stories, and strategies for thriving through life's toughest transitions. Our host, Marquita Garrett Ph.D., is passionate about mental wellbeing and understands that change and trauma touch us all. Whether you're a woma ...
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Special Educators Resource Room with Jennifer DeBrosse is the podcast for busy special education teachers. Whether you’re brand new to the world of special education or an experienced teacher, this podcast will provide time-saving solutions for any busy special educator. Get ready to move things off your special educator plate without feeling like you have to live at school. I’m your host, Jennifer DeBrosse. I’m dual-certified, have been in education for over 25 years, and spent time in both ...
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Become an EMPOWERED INVESTOR. Survive and thrive in today's economy! With over 2,000 episodes in this Monday, Wednesday, Friday podcast, business and investment expert Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts including; Steve Forbes (Freedom Manifesto), Tomas Sowell (Housing Boom and Bust), Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Consent), Jenny Craig (Health & Fitness CEO), Jim Cramer (Mad Money), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door ...
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Welcome to The Best Relationship Podcast with Dolphin Kasper! An entertaining, inspiring, and powerful exploration of the single most important aspect of our lives, our intimate relationships. On this podcast, you will unravel the complex dynamics that can either make or break your romantic life. In this podcast, we delve into what fosters deeply fulfilling connections and what gets in the way of love. As a dedicated Educator and long-time Life and Relationship Coach, your host Dolphin Kaspe ...
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If you are deep in the trenches of life and looking for hope-filled encouragement and practical wisdom, this podcast is for you. With her down-to-earth style, blind author Jennifer Rothschild offers practical encouragement and biblical insight to help you live the "I Can" life of Philippians 4:13 (“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me"). Each episode, Jennifer answers real-life 4:13 questions like, "Can I overcome my fear?" or "Can I find balance?" You won't find just a chee ...
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Making It Happen with Henry Ammar is a podcast that will provide real-world insights and evidence-based principles to create an empowered life that you can wake up excited for. The podcast is a mix of the best speeches, interviews, and any important empowering thoughts I will record intentionally to help you create a life you wake up excited for. It's time to fully live life making it happen the way YOU want it to! Henry Ammar is a human behavior specialist, impact entrepreneur, award-winnin ...
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Hey Other Parents is a weekly podcast about parenting and raising kids. Each podcast includes nostalgia from the 80’s & 90’s, authentic honest judgment-free advice from real parents, information from the experts, without you feeling overwhelmed with information. As co-hosts of the podcast, Michael, Sara, and Mike bring diverse cultural backgrounds, family dynamic, experiences, and parenting styles. Parenting issues are discussed with sincerity and humor for both moms and dads. At the end of ...
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Unlock the secrets of civilian career success with the Military to Civilian Career Transition Power Hour. Discover real stories, expert strategies, and valuable insights from experts, recruiters and transitioning veterans, all designed to help you navigate your path to a thriving civilian career. The Military to Civilian Career Transition Power Hour is packed with real stories from people Just Like YOU. Behind the Curtain Insights: Discover the rarely heard insights of recruiters, the unsung ...
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What game would you save if you could pick just one? Which character would you choose to protect you in the apocalypse? These are the big questions in life, and each week we’ll invite a different guest into our apocalypse bunker and dissect their life through gaming. Why? Because it’s the end of the world, and what else is there but gaming?
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Fungo Files

Jon Loomer

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Survive the world of youth to high school baseball from both a coach's and parent's perspective. Subscribe for short episodes designed to help you navigate the ups and downs and chaos of competitive and travel baseball for ages 10 and up.
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Money Ripples Podcast

Money Ripples Podcast

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Financial freedom is the ultimate goal of all who work hard to earn money, whether in the corporate world or in entrepreneurship. Your retirement years are closer than you think, so you want to build your wealth as early as possible to secure a financially comfortable future. Many turn to professional advisers for this, but at the end of the day, these people are just salespeople. Their traditional advice will never get you to the goal you want. They will simply sell you siloed tactics that ...
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Exploring the biggest challenges in today's business world, we bring the best of academic research and industry together in each episode. From the challenges of reaching net zero to the future of the office, we bring you up to date with the latest research and cutting edge insights from the CEOs and executives of the leading companies. We reveal how academic research can be used in the real world.
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Core Insights: Fintech

Warwick Business School

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Join host Natasha de Teran as she questions academics from The Gillmore Centre for Financial Technology at Warwick Business School alongside industry guests on the hot topics in Fintech. From DeFi platforms to CBDCs, listen to find out the latest thinking and research in the fast emerging world of Fintech. The former journalist and author of 'The Pay Off: How Changing the Way We Pay Changes Everything' will guide you through the arguments for and against regulation, the need for digital curr ...
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This is a place for dialogue about 'Christians vs Pharisees: Choosing sides and how to fight for them in the Mormon Civil War' and other collaborations like 'The Loyal Opposition' where Peter Bleakley has teamed up with Nemo the Mormon. At current rates of decline in active membership the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will functionally cease to exist in Europe, most of the rest of the world and several regions of the USA in the next 10-15 years, so radical reforms need to happe ...
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BT Sport brings you closer to the heart of the game with Michael Calvin's Football People, The weekly podcast features the best writers, addressing the biggest issues, and an in depth interview, conducted by the host, an award winning author and journalist. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Shark Stories

Madison Stewart

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Welcome to Season 2 of Shark Stories! This season we dive into the deep end with a series of provocative interviews: the world's most famous shark hunter "Mark The Shark", a navy diver turned cyborg after a shark attack, Shark First Aid 101, and so much more. Shark Stories shares the reality of the ones who can’t speak for themselves. Join Madison Stewart, award-winning shark conservationist, and passionate filmmaker as she explores shark-related topics with world-renowned scientists, fellow ...
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CBD & YOU - Natural Remedies, Healthy Solutions, Benefits of CBD

Lori Morris - Initial Hemp Skeptic Turned Hemp Farm Co-Owner, Crunchy Christian Mama

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**Top 5% Podcast In The World!! ** **Helping Christian Women Take Back Their Health Through Natural Remedies** Premium CBD Products from Alara Ridge Farm, LLC Hello, to all you natural mamas looking for holistic remedies to restore your health and wellness! You have found your way to the CBD & You Podcast...but I don’t think that was by accident. You see, I know you, and I know that God brought you here so you can find balance and relief from one of His gifts to us. Be honest -- are you tire ...
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Resilience Is Everything: Personal Growth & Leadership Insights To Win Big

Rene Godefroy: Global Motivational Keynote Speaker and humanitarian

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Are you ready to transform adversity into your stepping stone for success? If so, ”Resilience Is Everything” is your must-listen podcast! Each episode is like a lesson in overcoming challenges, great for anyone looking to improve their personal and professional resilience. Why tune in? Here’s what sets Resilience is Everything apart: - Inspiring Real-Life Stories: Hear from individuals who have turned their greatest fears into bold achievements. - Actionable Guidance: Learn not just to survi ...
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Hello! So, if you are reading this, you have found my podcast, so a huge thank you for being here! I am Victoria! A little about me... I have been in the business world for around 20 years, I left school at 18 with the firm aim of signing a record deal, I got close, but not far enough, I performed all over the UK as a soul singer and lived for a while in Australia and Greece, where one day I boarded a bus only to end up in the sea… This is a whole other story. At 22, my life took a dramatic ...
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Welcome to "Sanity and Society," where we peel back the layers of the modern mind and the cultural forces that shape it. I'm your host, a therapist with a passion for exploring the deep and sometimes daunting aspects of human psychology as they intersect with today's most pressing societal issues. Life doesn't come with an instruction manual, but you can think of this program as a guide for better understanding the complexities of the human psyche and the societal trends impacting us all.
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TEACHING SERIES: Citizen TITLE: How To Survive The End Of The WorldBY: Tim ChilversDATE: Sunday, 16 June 2024BIBLE PASSAGES: Daniel 7:9-14 (Daniel 7-9)EXCERPT:Since Covid there’s been a big influx of apocalyptic movies and endurance entertainment. We’re fascinated by the stories and intensity, and some of us secretly long for a life that is simply …
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Join the sisters as they discuss Columbia’s People’s Graduation, the new Keith Haring exhibit, Lovecraft Country, Charlotte Day Wilson, Chappell Roan, Billie Eilish, Cowboy Carter, claiming space in the historic, moving slowly as an artist, social media as activism or not, drama rising to the top, making meme poems daily, being a POI, not shitting …
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One of the most significant sources of suffering comes from our human tendency to avoid difficult emotions. We are not taught how to face these unpleasant, often daily inner experiences (mind-body energies) and so we tend to push them away, ignore them, or become unwittingly overwhelmed by them. Yet how we meet and greet these difficult emotions ha…
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In Holding Their Breath: How the Allies Confronted the Threat of Chemical Warfare in World War II (Cornell UP, 2023), M. Girard Dorsey uncovers just how close Britain, the United States, and Canada came to crossing the red line that restrained poison gas during World War II. Unlike in World War I, belligerents did not release poison gas regularly d…
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How is Buddhism seen and practiced in Taiwan? And how do neighbouring countries influence Taiwanese Buddhism? In this episode we explore the religious landscape of Taiwan in conversation with Dr. Yushuang Yao, a leading expert on religion in contemporary Taiwan. Yushuang Yao is an Associate Professor at Fo Guang University, Taiwan, specializing in …
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How have women resisted sexism in TV? In Producing Feminism: Television Work in the Age of Women’s Liberation (U California Press, 2024), Jennifer S. Clark, an Assistant Professor of Communication and Media Studies at Fordham University, explores the people, organisations, TV shows and audiences who all shaped women in and on television during the …
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While many live-action films portray disability as a spectacle, "crip animation" (a genre of animated films that celebrates disabled people's lived experiences) uses a variety of techniques like clay animation, puppets, pixilation, and computer-generated animation to represent the inner worlds of people with disabilities. Crip animation has the pot…
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Plato is a philosophical writer of unusual and ingenious versatility. His works engage in argument but are also full of allegory, imagery, myth, paradox and intertextuality. He astutely characterises the participants whom he portrays in conversation. Sometimes he composes fictive dialogues in dramatic form while at other times he does so as narrati…
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Tibetan Magic: Past and Present (Bloomsbury, 2024) focuses on the theme of magic in Tibetan contexts, encompassing both pre-modern and modern text-cultures as well as contemporary practices. It offers a new understanding of the identity and role of magical specialists in both historical and contemporary contexts. Combining the theoretical approache…
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Even in adversity, Catholics exercised considerable agency in post-Reformation Utrecht. Through the political practices of repression and toleration, Utrecht’s magistrates, under constant pressure from the Reformed Church, attempted to exclude Catholics from the urban public sphere. However, by mobilising their social status and networks, Catholic …
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In Camera Geologica: An Elemental History of Photography (Duke UP, 2024) Siobhan Angus tells the history of photography through the minerals upon which the medium depends. Challenging the emphasis on immateriality in discourses on photography, Angus focuses on the inextricable links between image-making and resource extraction, revealing how the mi…
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Episode Summary This week on Live Like the World is Dying, Carrot Quinn comes on to talk to Inmn about their new book "Bets," and about how writing speculative fiction can help inform how we live through the apocalypses we're currently facing. Guest Info Carrot Quinn is the author of "Thru-Hiking Will Break Your Heart" and "The Sunset Route", as we…
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Content Warning: sexual assault, rape, child sexual abuse, nonconsensual pornography, suicidal ideation, and suicide. Season 11, Episode 11 of Something Was Wrong entitled [Dara] Very Sorry, first aired on February 23rd, 2023. The episode poignantly shared Dara’s account of a sexual assault she experiened while on her Spring Break Senior trip. Howe…
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Welcome to Episode 26 of The Best Relationship Podcast with Dolphin Kasper! In this special episode, Dolphin is joined by three remarkable guests: Philippe Lewis, Francesca Gentille, and Sarah D'Antoni. Together, they dive deep into the nature of attachment in human relationships and share their unique approaches to healing insecure attachment. Thi…
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Today, Modya and David welcome Mindy Shapiro, a Philadelphia-based student and teacher of Mussar and an artist*, to discuss parshat B'ha'alotkha (Num. 8:1-12:16) through the lens of Zerizut, or diligence. Central questions explored in conversation: How do we bring the rebellious aspects of our natures into alignment with our higher purpose? How can…
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In the fourth episode of Publish My Book, Avi breaks down the core components of a winning book proposal and identifies key questions you should be able to answer to effectively convey to your publisher why they should consider your manuscript. Avi shares why it is worth your time to introduce yourself to your target acquisitions editor in advance.…
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Dorcas Oyelade and Kailea Barté, two young women, still teenagers, organized a Christian club in a public at John Swett High School in Crockett, Northern California, where I am a teacher. The students worked with a Protestant NGO, Decision Point, which supported them even as they insisted on their First Amendment rights when there was opposition. T…
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Friendships can be the foundation of our earliest memories and most formative moments. But why are they often seen as secondary to romantic, or familial connection, something to age out of and take a back seat to other relationships? BFFs: The Radical Potential of Female Friendship (404 Ink, 2023) by Dr. Anahit Behrooz is an examination of the powe…
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An increasing number of students worldwide attend graduate school while simultaneously navigating a variety of competing responsibilities in their personal lives. For many students, this includes both parenting and working full-time, while maintaining a rigorous graduate course-load. Because academia overwhelmingly defaults to assuming all graduate…
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In 2016, journalist Clare Hammond embarked on a project to study the railways of Myanmar–a transportation network that sprawls the country, rarely used and not shown on many maps, and often used at the pleasure of the country’s military. In her book On the Shadow Tracks; A Journey Through Occupied Myanmar (Allen Lane, 2024), Clare travels the lengt…
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It’s hot out there and that means it’s time for another Summer Sizzle episode on the 4:13. We’ve been featuring your most shared episodes, and they’ve been so practical and inspiring. Well today, we’re bringing back Episode 48: “Can I Trust God When Life is Scary?” Because we all face hard things and have to deal with life’s uncertainties. And when…
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What’s the truth and what’s a lie? What’s a memoir, what’s a novel, and what if both are just a series of “prose blocks”? This conversation between Sarah Manguso and Tess McNulty takes up questions of writing and veracity, trauma and memory. Sarah Manguso is the author of nine books, including three memoirs. Her first novel, Very Cold People, was n…
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Politics in Action is an annual forum in which invited experts provided an analysis of the current political situation in Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore and Vietnam, and discussed the broader implications of events in these countries for the region. After the event, each of the six speakers sat for a podcast to chat with Dr Natali Pe…
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For My Blemishless Lord (de Gruyter, 2023) presents the text and translation of the exquisite poem Amalaṉ Āti Pirāṉ by Tiruppāṇ Āḻvār, which is part of the Śrīvaiṣṇava canon, the Nālāyira Divya Prabandham (6th- 9thcenturies CE), as well as of the three Śrīvaiṣṇava commentaries in Tamil-Sanskrit Manipravala (13th- 14th centuries) by key figures in t…
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In this episode of our occasional series, Postscript, we focus on the Supreme Court’s recently published decisions in two cases, about guns and abortion, but more about how the Executive and Judicial branches of government function in the United States. Constitutional Law scholar (and New Books in Political Science co-host) Susan Liebell takes us t…
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In this sweeping new history, esteemed University of North Carolina historian Kathleen DuVal makes the case for the ongoing, ancient, and dynamic history of Native nationhood as a critical component of global history. In Native Nations: A Millennium in North America (Random House, 2024), DuVal covers a thousand years of continental history, buildin…
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Can capitalism be made ecologically sustainable? Can it be good for women? What theoretical approaches help us to grapple with these questions in ways that offer us strategies for how to proceed? Have we already become lost in some sort of gender essentialism to ask these questions together? In Feminism, Capitalism, and Ecology (Northwestern Univer…
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Election fever is gripping both sides of the North Atlantic. As Britain heads into the final weeks of a long election campaign, French voters face a snap parliamentary election. The Biden-Trump race for the White House draws ever closer. One man who knows about how to run a campaign is Jim Messina — known in Washington as "the fixer." Messina is th…
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