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Best Klara podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Klara podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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En podd om modern kommunikation. Barbro Fällman, Sveriges mest erfarna retoriktränare, och Klara Härgestam, orförande för Stora Retorikpriset ger sina retorikspaningar, reflektioner och tips. A podcast in Swedish about communication skills and modern rhetorics.
 
Young people talk about the Eucharist – the Blessed Sacrament which Jesus gave to us at the Last Supper, telling his disciples “Do this in memory of me.” As the Catholic Church professes, "the mode of Christ's presence under the Eucharistic species is unique. It raises the Eucharist above all the sacraments as "the perfection of the spiritual life and the end to which all the sacraments tend." In the most blessed sacrament of the Eucharist "the body and blood, together with the soul and divi ...
 
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In this episode I sit down with Dr. Norie Singer and we discuss why nationally and historically, communities with high proportions of low-income people and people of color tend to attract the "siting" of environmental hazards (factories, incinerators, mining operations, nuclear waste storage, etc.), and not the other way around. Here is a list of s…
 
In this episode Michael spoke with Jacqui Bauer. Jacqui is the founder and CEO of Rentlab (https://www.rentlab.org/), an organization that works with cities to address the "split incentive problem" created by dividing the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords with respect to rental property. Michael and Jacqui discussed this project …
 
In this episode I sit down with Dr. Gabriel Cruz. He is an instructor of Communication at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. His areas of study and research include pop culture, specifically comic books, immigration in the news, and white nationalism. We cover all of these things and more. To connect with Dr. Cruz on twitter follow the…
 
In this episode Michael spoke with John Parker. John is sociologist of science and a program director at the National Science Foundation (NSF) within its division of social and economic sciences. John and Michael spoke about John's experience at the NSF and the importance of mentorship and accumulative advantage in science, which challenge the way …
 
Sommaren - fantastiskt skönt att slippa alla rutiner? Eller galet jobbigt för att det inte finns några rutiner? Vi har ofta höga förväntningar på sommarlovet, för barnen och tiden med familjen men hur kan vi göra för att få till det? För att det ska bli trevligt måste hela familjen orka. Jill som är hemma med två barn som har sommarlov nu samtidigt…
 
In this episode I sit down with Alyssa. She is in the unique position of being married to a white police officer, but also mothering a black son. We discuss her views on the current tensions between the police and people of color. For more about Cold Shower check out our page or find us on Instagram. We offer Podcast Episodes, blog posts, podcast p…
 
In this episode, Michael spoke with Phil Loring. Phil is an associate professor in the geography department at the University of Guelph, as well as the Arrell Chair in Food, Policy and Society at the Arrell Food Institute, also at the University of Guelph. Michael and Phil discussed several projects that Phil is working on, including on upcoming bo…
 
This insight episode is taken from episode 028 of the podcast, Stefan and Michael's interview with Fiona Nunan. Fiona Nunan is a Professor of Environment and Development within the International Development Department at the University of Birmingham in the UK. https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/gov/nunan-fiona.aspx#staffdetails https://twi…
 
I säsongens sista Retoriskt! får du ett bra och ett dåligt exempel på att spegla sin målgrupps känslor. Klara berättar om en meteorolog och om Kickstarters mailkommunikation. Barbro kastar bollar... Retoriskt! görs av retorikerna Barbro Fällman och Klara Härgestam och vi ger dig retoriktips rakt in i vardagen. Dela gärna podden med fler och ge oss …
 
In this episode I sit down with my friend, Shenise. Her willingness to guide me through a conversation about racism, her experience, and the state of her spirit is so much appreciated. Please take a look at 6 things that you can do right now. Check in with a Black friend or coworker to see how they are coping with everything right now. Establish or…
 
In this episode I sit down with longtime, family friend, Klara. She details her experience growing up in a war torn country that led to the term, ethnic cleansing. She shares her take on how damaging hateful rhetoric can be. For more about Cold Shower check out our page or find us on Instagram. We offer Podcast Episodes, blog posts, as well as spea…
 
Michael spoke with Chris Weible, a professor at the school of public affairs, University of Colorado, Denver. Chris is also the director of his school's PhD program, and a co-director with Tanya Heikkila of the Workshop on Policy Process Research (WOPPR). Chris is a leading figure on the field of policy studies, and Michael and Chris discussed the …
 
In this episode, Stefan Partelow interviews Kenny Wallen. Kenny is an Assistant Professor of Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife at the University of Idaho. His professorship is a joint position with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, so Kenny has one foot in academia and one in practice. He received his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University in the…
 
In this episode, Courtney and Michael interview Joe Ament. Joe completed his PhD at the University of Vermont where he researched monetary theory and policy in the context of social and ecological equity. His work currently looks at public banking at the national and local levels as well as central banking policy for combating climate change and in…
 
Är du och din partner oense om hur ni ska hantera barnen? När vi får barn med diagnos ställs föräldraskapet på sin spets. Och vi kan tycka helt olika om hur vi ska hjälpa barnen och vad som är det bästa att göra. Det är lätt att vi blir osams och all vettig kommunikation upphör - vi kör fast. Men kan vi öva oss på att vara oense? Och hur kan vi nå …
 
Michael and Courtney interview Cassandra Brooks, an assistant professor of environmental studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder. We talked about her path from rural New Hampshire to Maine and later on to California, and most of all her transdisciplinary involvement in the development of marine protection in the seas around Antarctica. Cassa…
 
Purser Maggie Hennigan is to the left. The M/V Tustumena, docked in False Pass. Photo by Adam Verrier. The Alaska Marine Highway System has been in the news a lot lately, beginning with the governor’s veto of the ferry budget in the spring, and a ferry worker strike later in the summer. This week on Outdoor Explorer, we’ll revisit the M/V Tustumena…
 
In this episode, Stefan Partelow interviews David Lam. David is a PhD candidate at Leuphana University in Germany. His research focuses on the transferability and scalability of the transformational impact of sustainability initiatives. Before starting his PhD, David Lam studied Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science at Lund University an…
 
På begäran från en lyssnare kommer här ett avsnitt om nervosiet med tips för hur du hanterar och minskar nervositeten inför att tala. Vi vill också uppmuntra till att hålla fler festtal även om festerna är mindre och färre i år. Dina ord kan sätta guldkant och betyda mycket! Retoriskt! är podden med retorikerna Barbro Fällman och Klara Härgestam. V…
 
This insight episode is taken from episode 024, Stefan’s conversation with Barry Ness. Barry Ness is an Associate Professor at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies in Sweden. He is also the Director of the local interaction platform in Skåne for the Mistra Urban Futures project, and the editor-in-chief of Challenges in Sustainability. …
 
In this episode I sit down with Anthony Weber. He is a pastor, and teacher of ethics. We discuss in depth the latest Pandemic doc and how it seems to have been adopted into mainstream thinking. How did this happen? Why did this happen? And what is our role as individuals that are trying to maneuver a confusing time of conspiracy, data, and media. T…
 
Michael and Stefan speak with Raul Pacheco-Vega. Raul is a professor in the Public Administration Division of the Centre for Economic Research and Teaching, CIDE (Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas, CIDE, AC) based out of CIDE Region Centro in Aguascalientes, Mexico. We discussed his work on waste and waste pickers, wastewater, and bottl…
 
In this episode Michael spoke with Tiffany Morrison, a professor at the Arc Center of Excellence in Coral Reef Studies, associated with James Cook University in Queensland, Australia. They discussed Tiffany's analysis of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, her thoughts on professional identity, the importance of critical case studies, and the value…
 
Har du också saker du vet att du borde ta tag i men du får det liksom inte gjort? Då är du nog som de flesta av oss. I det här avsnittet diskuterar vi varför är det så svårt och hur kan vi hjälpa oss själva att faktiskt får det gjort. Du får flera praktiska tips som kan hjälpa dig igång oavsett om det gäller veckoplaneringen, promenaderna eller att…
 
Retorikerna Barbro Fällman och Klara Härgestam ger dig #retoriktips i varje avsnitt. I dagens avsnitt får du dessutom en historielektion kring 1 maj. Och vad säger egentligen en demonstration? Vi spelade in på Coronasäkert avstånd i varsin stad, vilket tyvärr också påverkat ljudkvaliteten något. Ge oss ett betyg, dela podden och följ oss på @retori…
 
Michael and Stefan spoke with Jessica Cockburn, a Lecturer in Environmental Science at Rhodes University, in Grahamstown, South Africa. Jessica identifies as a "pracademic" who often works with local partners to explore how actors across a variety of contexts interact to address sustainability challenges. Her work is highly collaborative. Among the…
 
Joanna Lundin är lärare, föreläsare och författare. Hon far runt i landet (i vanliga fall) och sprider goda exempel på hur skolor kan skapa ett lärande för alla. Vi diskuterar vad skolan kan göra, hur fjärrundervisningen kan ge värdefulla erfarenheter och hur lärarna kan skapa ett gott samarbete med föräldrar. "Jag som lärare får ta hand om någon m…
 
Michael and Stefan interview Liana Chua. Liana is a social anthropologist at Brunel University London with long-term ethnographic interests in Borneo, ethnic politics, development, more-than-human landscapes, visuality, and materiality. Her current research revolves around the social, political, aesthetic, and affective dimensions of the global nex…
 
In this episode, Michael interviews a colleague of his from Dartmouth College, Carey Nadell. Carey is a professor of biological sciences at Dartmouth, and he studies the the evolution of cooperation and conflict among bacteria in the context of their complex communities. His research program shares the same fundamental framing as many commons schol…
 
I dagens avsnitt diskuterar vi det här med utbrott. Utbrott hos våra barn och våra egna utbrott som föräldrar. För det är inte alltid lätt att hålla huvudet kallt när det kommer till våra barn. Och de gör det inte alltid lätt för oss. Men vi har allt att vinna på att öva oss på att behålla lugnet och agera smart. Och inte minst, uppmärksamma alla d…
 
In this episode, Stefan interviews Klara Winkler. Klara is a postdoctoral researcher at McGill University in Canada, where she is also the Deputy Science Director of the ResNet project, which aims to “To transform Canada's capacity to monitor, model, and manage its working landscapes and all the ecosystem services they provide for long-term shared …
 
In this episode, Stefan interviews Henrik von Wehrden. Henrik is the Dean of the Faculty of Sustainability at Leuphana University in Germany, where he also holds a professorship in quantitative methods in sustainability science. Henrik was one of the first guests on the podcast, and you can hear our previous interview in episode 003, which gives a …
 
In this episode Michael is joined by Courtney Hammond Wagner to interview Meredith Niles. They spoke about Meredith's past life as a policy professional, her transition to the world of academia, her applied work on food systems and use of psychological theory. Also, Michael and Meredith shared their passion for open science resources! Meredith's we…
 
This insight clip is taken from episode 004 of the podcast with Jeremy Caradonna. Jeremy holds a PhD in the history of scientific, environmental, and political thought, and teaches Environmental Studies and Human Dimensions of Climate Change at the University of Victoria. He is also the author of the book ‘Sustainability: A history’, published by O…
 
Är du hemma och vobbar, vabbar, jobbar hemifrån eller är i karantän? Vi diskuterar hur den nya vardagen ser ut för oss men också för många andra. Ulrika kör fjärrundervisning hemifrån och Coronabantar då och då. Jill undviker aktivt att ta del av all information som kommer. För vad händer med oss när vi tar emot krisinformation varje dag, dag efter…
 
Michael Cox and Stefan Partelow interview Jose Luis Vivero-Pol. Jose Luis is an engaged scholar associated with the Universities of Louvain, Cordoba, Edinburgh and the Spanish Right to Food Observatory. His research interests include food valuations (rights, commodity, public good, commons) and food systems in transition. In particular, how normati…
 
Random thoughts after the 2nd week in quarantine. The conversation went towards progression despite this strange new landscape we find ourselves in. Progress can happen, but it might look different for everyone. For more about Cold Shower check out our page or find us on Instagram. We offer Podcast Episodes, blog posts, as well as speaking engageme…
 
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