X
Liberalarts public
[search 0]
×
Best Liberalarts podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Liberalarts podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
We discuss the great books, the great ideas and the process of liberal education.
 
H
Higher Ed Now
Monthly
 
Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
 
A long-held tradition at Wabash College, Chapel Talks are convened throughout the school year, inviting a member of our community to speak their thoughts on current matters within and outside these classic halls. Join us every Thursday for current or archived talks, as we cherish and advance the honored name of our college
 
A long-held tradition at Wabash College, Chapel Talks are convened throughout the school year, inviting a member of our community to speak their thoughts on current matters within and outside these classic halls. Join us every Thursday for current or archived talks, as we cherish and advance the honored name of our college
 
W
Wabash On My Mind
Monthly+
 
Each week we bring you the best stories from around the Wabash community. From professors and alumni, to coaches, administrators, and current students, the podcast format allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussion about the issues surrounding Wabash College. Verging on inspirational, it’s our job to find, and sometimes uncover, the amazing stories that surface from individuals whose lives have been positively enriched from being at Wabash.
 
W
Wabash On My Mind
Monthly+
 
Each week we bring you the best stories from around the Wabash community. From professors and alumni, to coaches, administrators, and current students, the podcast format allows for longer, more in-depth, open discussion about the issues surrounding Wabash College. Verging on inspirational, it’s our job to find, and sometimes uncover, the amazing stories that surface from individuals whose lives have been positively enriched from being at Wabash.
 
H
How to Science
Monthly
 
A show about science, research, and the humans involved in making it happen.
 
Our bi-weekly podcast features current student voices and ways for them to enrich their time at Hamline, the insights of recent graduates, tools and resources presented by staff and faculty, area employers, special topics and much more! Get to know us better at hamline.edu/cdc
 
Loading …
show series
 
This week speaking in Pioneer Chapel are members of the Little Giant Football Team and Head Coach Don Morel, for the annual Monon Bell Chapel. Episode 91 - Original Speech Date: Nov. 14, 2019By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with Sam Henthorn ’20, after his conference title win in the NCAC Cross Country Championships this fall. They discuss how monuments become everyday places when abroad, Sam’s training for the upcoming Nationals, and advice for his freshman self (Episode 257).By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel will be students Franklin Russel, Kaleb Wood, and Nathan Gray, participating in one of two Mental Health Days of Discussion this fall to promote dialogue and normalization of mental health challenges. Episode 90 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 31, 2019By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel will be students Franklin Russel, Kaleb Wood, and Nathan Gray, participating in one of two Mental Health Days of Discussion this fall to promote dialogue and normalization of mental health challenges. Episode 90 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 31, 2019By Wabash College
 
"What can educators, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and activists do to create a higher ed ecosystem that's as rich and diverse and intellectually curious as we want our nation to be?" Frederick M. Hess, resident scholar and Director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, takes a deep dive into the state of civic edu ...…
 
In this week's episode, Scott and Karl discuss an essay by Plutarch, “How a Man May Become Aware of His Progress in Virtue.” As an eminent biographer and moralist, Plutarch is best known for his Parallel Lives, a series of biographies of famous Greeks and Romans arranged in tandem to illuminate their common vices and virtues. To Karl’s initial ...…
 
Rich sits down with an alumnus who will attend his 50th consecutive Monon Bell Classic this year, Jeff Birk ’74. The pair discuss his favorite Monon moments, his pre-game preparations, and his nearest miss in attending (Episode 256).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with an alumnus who will attend his 50th consecutive Monon Bell Classic this year, Jeff Birk ’74. The pair discuss his favorite Monon moments, his pre-game preparations, and his nearest miss in attending (Episode 256).By Wabash College
 
This week, Scott and Karl discuss Dorthy Sayers’ paper, "The Lost Tools of Learning." This groundbreaking work is a great deal important to our mission here at Online Great Books, and for anyone else who wants a redo on their education. What did Sayers notice was lost back in 1947? Why does it matter that we have lost the tools of learning? In ...…
 
Rich sits down with participants in the Moot Court Finals this year, Caleb Dickey ’21, Bryce McCullough ’23, Cooper Smith ’23, & Jake Vermeulen ’21, discussing how to succeed in the court, locking eyes with a state supreme court judge, and wiccan communion wafers (Episode 255).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with participants in the Moot Court Finals this year, Caleb Dickey ’21, Bryce McCullough ’23, Cooper Smith ’23, & Jake Vermeulen ’21, discussing how to succeed in the court, locking eyes with a state supreme court judge, and wiccan communion wafers (Episode 255).By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Acting Dean of the College Dr. Todd McDorman, with his talk titled: “Sports and Life” Episode 89 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 24, 2019By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Acting Dean of the College Dr. Todd McDorman, with his talk titled: “Sports and Life” Episode 89 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 24, 2019By Wabash College
 
One year ago, Karl decided to give up his 20-year teaching career as a university professor of humanities and philosophy. Why did he make this decision? In Karl’s own words, “It was no longer rewarding for me or valuable to the students.” Towards the end of his teaching career, Karl started to notice a decline in his student’s ability to read a ...…
 
Rich sits down with seniors from the Little Giant Wrestling, Basketball and Swimming teams respectively, Darden Schurg ’20, Harry Hallstrom ’20, and Hunter Jones ’20. They discuss favorite moments in their sport, new teammates, and what to expect from each team this season (Episode 254).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with seniors from the Little Giant Wrestling, Basketball and Swimming teams respectively, Darden Schurg ’20, Harry Hallstrom ’20, and Hunter Jones ’20. They discuss favorite moments in their sport, new teammates, and what to expect from each team this season (Episode 254).By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Student Body President Mohammad Dayem Adnan '20, with his talk titled: “State of the Campus” Episode 88 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 17, 2019By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Student Body President Mohammad Dayem Adnan '20, with his talk titled: “State of the Campus” Episode 88 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 17, 2019By Wabash College
 
In this week’s episode, Scott and Karl pay homage to the recently deceased Harold Bloom, a great ally to our mission at Online Great Books. Once hailed the most notorious literary critic in America, Bloom was a professor of humanities at Yale and a fierce defender of canonicity. His version of the canon, with Shakespeare reigning at its center, ...…
 
Rich sits down with Para-Triathlon National Champion and disabilities advocate Nicole Ver Kuilen, discussing her journey as a para-athlete, racing down the 1500-mile West Coast, and helping others one volcano at a time. (Episode 253).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with Para-Triathlon National Champion and disabilities advocate Nicole Ver Kuilen, discussing her journey as a para-athlete, racing down the 1500-mile West Coast, and helping others one volcano at a time. (Episode 253).By Wabash College
 
This week’s episode features a 2009 talk from Dr. Preston Bost, titled: “Barbeque: Perspectives on Male Friendship” Episode 87 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 29, 2009By Wabash College
 
This week’s episode features a 2009 talk from Dr. Preston Bost, titled: “Barbeque: Perspectives on Male Friendship” Episode 87 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 29, 2009By Wabash College
 
This week, Scott and Karl read Chapters 1-3 of Gabriel Marcel’s Man Against Mass Society. Mass society doesn’t just include people for Marcel, he also includes art, media, and technology. Marcel is concerned with human existence, or more specifically, with the quality of human life in relation to the transcendent. Written in 1952, Marcel’s disc ...…
 
Rich sits down with former Dean of the College Dr. Gary Phillips regarding his last years teaching at Wabash prior to retirement. They discuss his experiences as a dean during the 2008 financial crisis, his impacts over decades of teaching on others, and the shape of a question (Episode 252).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with former Dean of the College Dr. Gary Phillips regarding his last years teaching at Wabash prior to retirement. They discuss his experiences as a dean during the 2008 financial crisis, his impacts over decades of teaching on others, and the shape of a question (Episode 252).By Wabash College
 
Thomas Hobbes is the type of writer you love to hate– but he’s also the guy you’d love to play cards with. Scott believes Hobbes’ Leviathan is one of the most fruitful books he has ever read. It’s a founding text of western thought filled with original ideas that are still relevant to contemporary politics. In today’s episode, Scott and Karl di ...…
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Dr. Adriel Trott, with her talk titled: “Misogyny: It’s Not What You Think” Episode 86 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 3, 2019By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Dr. Adriel Trott, with her talk titled: “Misogyny: It’s Not What You Think” Episode 86 - Original Speech Date: Oct. 3, 2019By Wabash College
 
The loving partnership of Abigail and John Adams played a remarkable role in shaping America's founding and history. ACTA joins the Grateful American Foundation and the Supreme Court Historical Society to celebrate the release of a new children's book exploring the narrative of our nation's most influential early couple.…
 
Rich sits down with editor of the New York Times Crossword puzzle and Crawfordsville-native Will Shortz, discussing his eighth-grade start to puzzlemaking, founding the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, and avoiding obscurities and minimizing oddities (Episode 251).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with editor of the New York Times Crossword puzzle and Crawfordsville-native Will Shortz, discussing his eighth-grade start to puzzlemaking, founding the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, and avoiding obscurities and minimizing oddities (Episode 251).By Wabash College
 
Scott is joined by Karl Schudt in this week’s discussion of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay, “Self-Reliance.” For Emerson, authentic, unmediated thought has some sort of divine truth in it. This is crucial to our mission at Online Great Books. In seminar discussion, everyone has a unique perspective that we need to hear about. Your thoughts are wor ...…
 
Today’s episode features a 2012 talk given by Dr. Jim Cherry, titled: “The Manly Arts; or, A Few Things I Think About Axe Body Spray” Episode 85 - Original Speech Date: Sept. 6, 2012By Wabash College
 
Today’s episode features a 2012 talk given by Dr. Jim Cherry, titled: “The Manly Arts; or, A Few Things I Think About Axe Body Spray” Episode 85 - Original Speech Date: Sept. 6, 2012By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with director Michael Abbott and members of the cast of the upcoming Wabash Theater production of Neil Simon’s Biloxi Blues. They discuss how their roles have challenged them, the ethereal nature of theater, and how to prepare for the opening curtain (Episode 250).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with director Michael Abbott and members of the cast of the upcoming Wabash Theater production of Neil Simon’s Biloxi Blues. They discuss how their roles have challenged them, the ethereal nature of theater, and how to prepare for the opening curtain (Episode 250).By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Ephrem Chedid ’18, with his talk titled: “Life is F.U.N” Episode 84 - Original Speech Date: Sept. 19, 2019By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Ephrem Chedid ’18, with his talk titled: “Life is F.U.N” Episode 84 - Original Speech Date: Sept. 19, 2019By Wabash College
 
Do we reveal our most authentic inner selves by our choice of partner? How can you identify meaningful love in others? In what ways does love grow? Scott discusses the role of choice in love with fellow OGB interlocutors Karl Schudt and Marsha Enright. The trio digs into a chapter from José Ortega y Gasset’s book On Love. Gasset is a prolific 2 ...…
 
Rich sits down with Dr. James Makubuya ahead of the 40th LaFollette Lecture, the first to feature a member of the music department. They discuss his experiences playing in Carnegie Hall, nineteen years of Wamidan, and learning another culture through its instruments (Episode 249).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with Dr. James Makubuya ahead of the 40th LaFollette Lecture, the first to feature a member of the music department. They discuss his experiences playing in Carnegie Hall, nineteen years of Wamidan, and learning another culture through its instruments (Episode 249).By Wabash College
 
Funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies, the innovative CollegePoint program is giving thousands of high-achieving, low- and moderate-income high school students the individualized support they need to navigate the college application and financial aid process. We sat down with Jenny Sharfstein Kane of Bloomberg Philanthropies to explore how it works.…
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Dr. Derek Nelson, class of 1999, with his talk titled: “What I Have Learned from Freshmen” Episode 83 - Original Speech Date: Sept. 12, 2019By Wabash College
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Dr. Derek Nelson, class of 1999, with his talk titled: “What I Have Learned from Freshmen” Episode 83 - Original Speech Date: Sept. 12, 2019By Wabash College
 
The tables have turned. Scott makes Karl read “A Scandal In Bohemia” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Understanding this short story is to understand what made young Scott tick. Sherlock Holmes is a saint of reason. The world is an explicable place- one where he can deduce who you are simply by looking at your shoes. To Holmes, humans are rational ac ...…
 
Rich sits down with Dr. Wally Novak and research student Joe Kaefer ’22 to review the professor’s recent co-authorship and creation of a new protein. The three discuss gene testing “in silico,” working as a student-mentor team, and how research is like golf (Episode 248).By Wabash College
 
Rich sits down with Dr. Wally Novak and research student Joe Kaefer ’22 to review the professor’s recent co-authorship and creation of a new protein. The three discuss gene testing “in silico,” working as a student-mentor team, and how research is like golf (Episode 248).By Wabash College
 
In the second installment of the series, Scott Hambrick and Karl Schudt continue their discussion of Tolkien’s magic in The Lord of the Rings. The two talk about the problem of evil in this Homeric story, what the good life actually looks like, models of hope we see in many of the characters, the unyielding power of friendship, language’s capti ...…
 
Speaking in Pioneer Chapel is Dr. Matt Carlson, with his talk titled: “Humility as an Intellectual Virtue” Episode 82 - Original Speech Date: Sept. 5, 2019By Wabash College
 
Google login Twitter login Classic login