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All the important news, conspiracies and current events all rolled up into one show.In a world full of lies there is only one thing that remains true... The Victor Morrow Report
 
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To Morrow's End
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A Live Play Morrow Project Podcast
 
A short, simple New Testament Bible History for children, but which can also be enjoyed by adults alike. Starting with St. John the Baptist, and running through the beginning years of the Church, the sections cover Our Lord's birth, public life, miracles, death, resurrection and more. This is the companion volume to My Bible History: New Testament - by the same author. (Summary by Maria Therese)
 
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To Morrows End
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A Live Play Morrow Project Podcast
 
Welcome to the Impact 360 Institute podcast (www.impact360.org). This podcast is hosted by popular author and Director of Cultural Engagement Jonathan Morrow. Impact 360 institute exists to cultivate leaders who follow Jesus.
 
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Bricolagepod
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Interviews with makers for makers and everyone interested.
 
Have you seen a human fairy? Meet Alice Morrow, the dainty fairy of the snows, who will dance her way right into your heart! Get ready to laugh and cry as you follow the antics and trials of the Morrow family, living in early 20th Century Cincinnati. (Introduction by A.E.)
 
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Home Front
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Drama serial tracking the fortunes of a group of characters on the home front as they try to maintain normality while Britain is involved in the First World War.
 
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Catalyst Podcast
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For leaders who love the Church.
 
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Rated NA
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Prioritizing your nerdy needs
 
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Moterrific
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Two women who though the motorcycle podcast world lacked a certain opinion, ours. Join us every couple of weeks, or when our real lives allow us to talk about motorcycles
 
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Today We Learned
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'Today We Learned' is a podcast of knowledge! Don't let the name confuse you, it's technically a weekly podcast, or was a weekly podcast, now it's a hopefully whenever podcast! What used to be Razzle and Dan laboring down in the knowledge mines of the Internet to bring you the latest, greatest and sometimes weirdest facts and trivia the world has to offer, is now Razzle and fun random guests! Listen to the show every week as they take you on a tour de force of fun-filled factoids in less tim ...
 
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The Camp House
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A weekly podcast exploring the culture and community of Chattanooga.
 
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wellRED podcast
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Trae Crowder, Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester (Authors of The Liberal Redneck Manifesto, and comedians on The WellRed Comedy Tour) host a weekly podcast featuring guests from all walks of life. From MMA fighters, Political experts, Comedians, Television Producers... you get it.. it's diverse. We meet interesting people on the road. Sometimes they let us record our conversations. Sometime's, however, it's just us three goofballs cracking wise about anything from politics, sports, chicken ...
 
Shanna Landolt, leading executive recruiter interviews top thought leaders from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry to share their expertise with the pharma and biotechnology community.
 
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Connecting Faith
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with Neil Stavem
 
The Winners and Losers Show covers the ups and downs of modern life, from why everything's terrible to how everything's terrible to how to make everything slightly less terrible. Hank is a comedian, writer and animator with experience in progressive media (The Young Turks, TJDS). Stop losing and start listening! Today!
 
On The Reconnect, we seek to engage the culture in a way that honors Jesus and brings Him back into the conversation.
 
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Way Up North
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A podcast series interviewing the speakers of Way Up North, Europe's wedding photography conference.www.wayupnorth.co
 
Christian attorneys serving God in the legal field, from estate planning to civil liberties. Each week on the Lawyers for Jesus podcast, the attorneys from Mauck & Baker cover topics relating to the faith at work in the law and in the marketplace.
 
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Podcasts On Demand
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This is the network home for Blacktopia Round Table Talk Radio, Southeast Hip Hop Radio and the upcoming It's Late As Hell!
 
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Dreams In Drive
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Learn how to take your dreams out of PARK and into DRIVE. Host Rana Campbell and weekly guests share their personal #dreamdriving stories and keys to success that have allowed them to successfully create lives full of fulfillment and passion. We chat entrepreneurship, small business advice, professional & personal development, success, branding, marketing, motivational, and general life tips that you can use as you put your #dreamsindrive. Follow us on social @dreamsindrive. For guest pitche ...
 
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Pioneering Minds
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We look at the most compelling stories and people coming out of Macquarie University. Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/pioneering-minds/id1075739254?mt=2
 
An NCAA, professional, and international lacrosse champion, Paul Rabil splits his time between the gym and office, where he operates companies, oversees a lengthy investment portfolio, and cuts weekly video and audio content. Mashable said, "Talking to Rabil can feel more like a conversation with a business development executive than the average pro athlete." Suiting Up Podcast is an interview style show that explores the playbook of tools, skills, tips, and the psychology for success from s ...
 
Adam Mamawala and Kevin McCaffrey are comedians, baseball nerds, and giant Cubs fans, who live in New York City, 800 miles from Wrigley. Every week on Away Games they talk all things Cubs, with the occasional guest.
 
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New Books Network
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Podcasts with Authors about their New Books
 
Bar Towel Radio, a show focusing on craft beer and culture in Ontario and beyond.
 
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Condition Mint
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Two music lovers perform an amateur vivisection upon a couple of songs and share with you the results.
 
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Elementor Talks
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This is the podcast of Elementor, the ultimate WordPress page builder. Here we're going to talk with industry experts about the business of WordPress web design, including insights into how to grow and scale your business
 
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Whiskey Deep
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Tom Plute interviews local artists while he drinks whiskey during a live podcast show.
 
Audio podcast of the MennoNerds network, following @Jesus in the Post-Christendom world
 
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The Night Time Show
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The Night Time Show Podcast is a talk show where Comedians Stephen Kramer Glickman, Matt Walker, Mike Black, and Mike Glazer interview influential people, comedy gurus and blatant liars. Tune in for entertaining celebrity stories and secret behind-the-scenes dirt straight from Hollywood.
 
Former High Times senior editor and columnist Bobby Black joins us each week to bring us the Burndown (a quick recap of the week’s top pot headlines), Trumpocalypse Now (a running commentary on the state of the embattled Trump administration), and Rockin’ Reviews (reviewing cannabis-related products, music, films and events). Plus, guest interviews and so much more.
 
Jacky Winter Gives You The Business is a weekly podcast with two very important goals: 1) To dissect the challenges, processes, and happenings of the creative industries by engaging with a diverse network of A-grade creatives, using our unique position as the bridge between clients and creatives as our lens.2) To get sponsored by Squarespace.As Producers at Jacky Winter — a creative production and artist representation studio based in both Melbourne, Australia and New York City — hosts Jerem ...
 
The Last Ovation Podcast presents short stories on various celebrities and discusses their lives, and tragic deaths. Ranging from Hollywood Classics to current Mega-Stars, The Last Ovation honors those who have impacted our lives through entertainment, song and dance.
 
Raj Lala, President & CEO of Evolve ETFs, joins industry experts to discuss topics such as; cyber security, artificial intelligence (A.I.), auto innovation (including electric and self-driving cars), blockchain, ETFs, and more.
 
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Music FridayLive!
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Where we interview emerging bands, listen to music and get ready for the weekend.
 
The Dead Games Society is an eclectic group of RPG enthusiasts who enjoy playing and promoting games and game editions no longer in print. We are also collectors of unusual, and oftentimes rare, RPGs, supplements, and board games. And please note that when we say “dead games”, we say it with love!
 
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DisrupTV
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Podcast by DisrupTV
 
Audio podcast of the MennoNerds network, following @Jesus in the Post-Christendom world
 
Welcome to American Brews and Tunes, a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to Beer and Music. Every week, Jesse and Stephen recommend new albums for each other to listen to and review on the podcast...all while trying brand new beers. Listen in to hear about exciting new American Brews and Tunes!
 
Blue Ribbons and Boots is a podcast for Extension Agents by Extension Agents. Solely to bring you content and laughter!
 
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Dezentrum
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Willkommen zum Podcast des Dezentrum - Welcome to Dezentrum's Podcast.Dieser Podcast deckt ein breites Themenspektrum rund um die Dezentralisierung und ihre Auswirkungen auf die Gesellschaft ab. Dezentralisierung ist nicht nur Blockchain und Bitcoin, sondern viel mehr. Die Sprache ist je nach Gast Deutsch oder Englisch.This podcast covers a broad range of topics related to decentralization and its impacts on society. Decentralization is not only blockchain and bitcoin, it’s much more. The po ...
 
As Liv Tyler said in EMPIRE RECORDS, "There are 24 usable hours in every day." Not one of us has any more time than the other one - but some of us are making better use of our time than others, therefore seemingly having everything together. This podcast supports a theory that your work/life balance directly impacts your productivity: if you're sleeping 8 hours a night and working ONLY 8 hours a day, then the rest of those hours are what you wanna Elevate. Hence, "elevate your 8." The goal o ...
 
This is the real estate show about so much more than real estate! I set out to talk to interesting people, in person, about what makes successful people successful. We are here to hack the algorithms of life! My guests have opinions and they are entitled to them. If that offends you, this isn't your show. Every week we will release two shows with real estate team leads, entrepreneurs, therapists, combat veterans, clairvoyants, and anyone that is interested in the "more" side of real estate a ...
 
Talkin' 'bout Sports is a sports talk podcast and the place where sports fans can get immersed in exciting sports conversations that matter - without the politics. We are the reset button for sports fans everywhere.Talkin' 'bout Sports is owned and produced by ADSN, LLCCopyright 2017 ADSN All rights reserved
 
Michael and Ashley Valeri discuss ABC's The Crossing. They're husband and wife. They're vulgar. They talk about the show. Enjoy!
 
Apologetics 315 interviews a variety of Christian apologists about issues of apologetics, evangelism, and theology.
 
Hosted by Nick and Brendt, Destination Vinylmation is the premier place for News and Reviews about the Disney vinyl collectible
 
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Louis Dooley is the Illinois regional director of Set Free Ministries, an organization that serves inmates in prisons and jails in Missouri and Illinois by teaching them God’s Word. Louis is also the author of Prison Saved My Life – I Recommend it for Everyone, a moving book about his struggles with the law, coming to faith in prison, and new l ...…
 
The Cubs biggest news of the week was settling arbitration numbers with about a quarter of the team. We're sorry, we wish it was more, too. We talk about how young players are wildly underpaid/baseball's broken pay systerm, then more baseball-y things like how every other NL contender has made moves to improve their teams, and the Cubs are - at ...…
 
With Paris as the organizing locus of his new book, Du moyen âge à nos jours, expériences et représentations de la folie à Paris [From the Middle Ages to Today, Experiences and Representations of Madness in Paris], Benoît Majerus uses an impressively wide range of visual sources, from religious images and architectural photographs to neurolepti ...…
 
I don’t know about the colleges and universities you’re familiar with, but the U.S. military has a pretty visible presence on my campus—through the ROTC, a newly remodeled Veterans Resource Center, and the student veterans themselves who enroll in my classes each semester. So I was immediately intrigued when I heard about the book Grateful Nati ...…
 
Charles de Gaulle is one of the greatest figures of twentieth century history. If Sir Winston Churchill was (in the words of Harold Macmillan) the "greatest Englishman In history", then Charles de Gaulle was without a doubt, the greatest Frenchman since Napoleon Bonaparte. Why so? In the early summer of 1940, when France was overrun by German t ...…
 
In his new book On the Brink: Trump, Kim, and The Threat of Nuclear War (Cambridge University Press, 2019), Van Jackson succinctly explains the major issues facing U.S.-North Korea relations since the Korean Armistice Agreement. Jackson argues that the 2017 nuclear crisis was a product of a gradual hardening of U.S. policy towards North Korea, ...…
 
The poetry and prose in Ivy Johnson’s Born Again (The Operating System, 2018) beautifully dives into the ecstatic expression of religious experience. With its confessional style, this collection gives power to the female voice, rending open that which would be hidden behind closed doors. The work blends sensuality and spirituality, merging the ...…
 
With Paris as the organizing locus of his new book, Du moyen âge à nos jours, expériences et représentations de la folie à Paris [From the Middle Ages to Today, Experiences and Representations of Madness in Paris], Benoît Majerus uses an impressively wide range of visual sources, from religious images and architectural photographs to neurolepti ...…
 
I don’t know about the colleges and universities you’re familiar with, but the U.S. military has a pretty visible presence on my campus—through the ROTC, a newly remodeled Veterans Resource Center, and the student veterans themselves who enroll in my classes each semester. So I was immediately intrigued when I heard about the book Grateful Nati ...…
 
Charles de Gaulle is one of the greatest figures of twentieth century history. If Sir Winston Churchill was (in the words of Harold Macmillan) the "greatest Englishman In history", then Charles de Gaulle was without a doubt, the greatest Frenchman since Napoleon Bonaparte. Why so? In the early summer of 1940, when France was overrun by German t ...…
 
In his new book On the Brink: Trump, Kim, and The Threat of Nuclear War (Cambridge University Press, 2019), Van Jackson succinctly explains the major issues facing U.S.-North Korea relations since the Korean Armistice Agreement. Jackson argues that the 2017 nuclear crisis was a product of a gradual hardening of U.S. policy towards North Korea, ...…
 
The poetry and prose in Ivy Johnson’s Born Again (The Operating System, 2018) beautifully dives into the ecstatic expression of religious experience. With its confessional style, this collection gives power to the female voice, rending open that which would be hidden behind closed doors. The work blends sensuality and spirituality, merging the ...…
 
All new Blacktopia Round Table Talk Radio with guest, politician and community leader Nicole King. We will discuss all the crazy things Donald Trump has been talking about, The Wall, the Goverment shut down and more! Call in to the show and voice your opinions and join the discussion! Hosted by Some Guy Named Jay and Adrienne Charleston (True B ...…
 
Robert Martin, one of the founders of MennoNerds, returns to the podcast to talk with Steve Kimes. Some of their topics includes: Robert’s departure from social media and recent partial return (1:52) Social media interaction and real interactions (11:05) Putting up a front or avatar on social who will generate likes and similarities to putting ...…
 
Robert Martin, one of the founders of MennoNerds, returns to the podcast to talk with Steve Kimes. Some of their topics includes: Robert’s departure from social media and recent partial return (1:52) Social media interaction and real interactions (11:05) Putting up a front or avatar on social who will generate likes and similarities to putting ...…
 
Carmen talks with Singer/Songwriter Dave Pittman about his life and career journey. Then, Sandi Patty joins Carmen to discuss her book The Voice: Listening for God's Voice and Finding Your Own.
 
By the third century BC, the once-modest settlement of Rome had conquered most of Italy and was poised to build an empire throughout the Mediterranean basin. What transformed a humble city into the preeminent power of the region? In The Rise of Rome: From the Iron Age to the Punic Wars(Harvard University Press, 2018), the Durham University hist ...…
 
Much of the debate about the roles of nature vs. nurture in the development of individual people has settled into accepting that it's a bit of both, although what each contributes to a given trait or feature, how much, and they interact are still matters of dispute. In What's Left of Human Nature? A Post-Essentialist, Pluralist, and Interactive ...…
 
Today, we're talking to Janelle Adsit about her book, Toward an Inclusive Creative Writing (Bloomsbury, 2017). In it, Adsit takes a hard look at the way American colleges and universities teach creative writing. What do students who enter creative-writing classrooms encounter as these young men and women hope to discover who they are and can be ...…
 
John Witte, Jr.'s The Western Case for Monogamy over Polygamy (Cambridge University Press, 2018) is an extensively researched book showcasing the author's deep knowledge and experience in the field of family and religious law. It traces the legal origins of European monogamy from the classical period to the present. Originally conceived as a br ...…
 
China’s global rise has been analysed from many perspectives in recent years. But pressing questions over how understandings of gender – and particularly masculinity – have been changing amidst increasing mutual contact between China and the wider world have been asked less often. Derek Hird and Geng Song are among the foremost contributors to ...…
 
By the third century BC, the once-modest settlement of Rome had conquered most of Italy and was poised to build an empire throughout the Mediterranean basin. What transformed a humble city into the preeminent power of the region? In The Rise of Rome: From the Iron Age to the Punic Wars(Harvard University Press, 2018), the Durham University hist ...…
 
Much of the debate about the roles of nature vs. nurture in the development of individual people has settled into accepting that it's a bit of both, although what each contributes to a given trait or feature, how much, and they interact are still matters of dispute. In What's Left of Human Nature? A Post-Essentialist, Pluralist, and Interactive ...…
 
Today, we're talking to Janelle Adsit about her book, Toward an Inclusive Creative Writing (Bloomsbury, 2017). In it, Adsit takes a hard look at the way American colleges and universities teach creative writing. What do students who enter creative-writing classrooms encounter as these young men and women hope to discover who they are and can be ...…
 
John Witte, Jr.'s The Western Case for Monogamy over Polygamy (Cambridge University Press, 2018) is an extensively researched book showcasing the author's deep knowledge and experience in the field of family and religious law. It traces the legal origins of European monogamy from the classical period to the present. Originally conceived as a br ...…
 
China’s global rise has been analysed from many perspectives in recent years. But pressing questions over how understandings of gender – and particularly masculinity – have been changing amidst increasing mutual contact between China and the wider world have been asked less often. Derek Hird and Geng Song are among the foremost contributors to ...…
 
A brief message to update you on the podcast and coming changes!By matt@missionchattanooga.org (Matt Busby).
 
Disaster Psychologist, Speaker and Author Dr. Jamie Aten shares how his experiences of surviving Hurricane Katrina and beating cancer helped his faith grow. Jamie's book is A Walking Disaster: What Surviving Katrina and Cancer Taught Me About Faith and Resilience.
 
We're back, baby! It's the season 3 opener of the Dead Games Society Podcast, and while it's a shorter then usual episode we have a lot to catch up on as we also welcome our new cohost, Dave Bauter. So grab a comfy chair and your favorite beverage as we talk all about the things we have been doing during our break as well as the things we are g ...…
 
An optimistic young Mexican woman gets pregnant while trying to cross the border into the states. An Indian-American woman struggles with infertility. When undocumented Solimar is detained by the state, Kavya and her husband foster and then fall in love with her little boy. They’re good people, the law is on their side, and it’s hard not to roo ...…
 
While William Penn’s name is one familiar to many Americans thanks to his founding of the Pennsylvania colony, this accomplishment can overshadow both his role as a leading 17th-century English Quaker and his pioneering contributions to Western political thought. In William Penn: A Life (Oxford University Press, 2018), Andrew R. Murphy recounts ...…
 
How did a Wall Street executive and “foreclosure king” like Steve Mnuchin become the Treasury Secretary for a populist like Donald Trump, and what is he doing to the country now that he’s there? David Dayen and Rebecca Burns tackle those questions in their book Fat Cat: The Steve Mnuchin Story(Strong Arm Press, 2018). They trace Mnuchin not-so- ...…
 
After years of being overlooked, there has been a growing interest among academic historians in the history of Turkish Guest Workers in West Germany. In her new book, Turkish Germans in the Federal Republic of Germany: Immigration, Space, and Belonging, 1961-1990 (Cambridge University Press, 2018), Sarah Thomsen Vierra examines the experience o ...…
 
How can detective fiction explain the social world? In Detecting the Social: Order and Disorder in Post-1970s Detective Fiction(Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), Mary Evans and Hazel Johnstone, both from the London School of Economics' Department of Gender Studies, and Sarah Moore, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Bath's Department of Social and ...…
 
How did a Wall Street executive and “foreclosure king” like Steve Mnuchin become the Treasury Secretary for a populist like Donald Trump, and what is he doing to the country now that he’s there? David Dayen and Rebecca Burns tackle those questions in their book Fat Cat: The Steve Mnuchin Story(Strong Arm Press, 2018). They trace Mnuchin not-so- ...…
 
How can detective fiction explain the social world? In Detecting the Social: Order and Disorder in Post-1970s Detective Fiction(Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), Mary Evans and Hazel Johnstone, both from the London School of Economics' Department of Gender Studies, and Sarah Moore, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Bath's Department of Social and ...…
 
An optimistic young Mexican woman gets pregnant while trying to cross the border into the states. An Indian-American woman struggles with infertility. When undocumented Solimar is detained by the state, Kavya and her husband foster and then fall in love with her little boy. They’re good people, the law is on their side, and it’s hard not to roo ...…
 
After years of being overlooked, there has been a growing interest among academic historians in the history of Turkish Guest Workers in West Germany. In her new book, Turkish Germans in the Federal Republic of Germany: Immigration, Space, and Belonging, 1961-1990 (Cambridge University Press, 2018), Sarah Thomsen Vierra examines the experience o ...…
 
While William Penn’s name is one familiar to many Americans thanks to his founding of the Pennsylvania colony, this accomplishment can overshadow both his role as a leading 17th-century English Quaker and his pioneering contributions to Western political thought. In William Penn: A Life (Oxford University Press, 2018), Andrew R. Murphy recounts ...…
 
You think you have your life all planned out. Then, everything changes. What do you do? How do you adjust? Former pro golfer turned writer, speaker, collaborator, and entrepreneur Thane Marcus shares his road from pro athlete to mastering self. Thane teaches how we dream drivers can learn to take ownership of our lives and never settle for less ...…
 
Right now, more than 100,000 children are sex trafficked in the United States. Former LA Dodgers General Manager Kevin Malone is helping put an end to human trafficking in America. He shares what we can do and how to pray.
 
Lisa Bouchelle is a renaissance woman -- one of those rare artists whose songs can make you cry, laugh and put them on repeat. Her music sounds loose and casual, but it’s actually very precise - the product of playing and singing from a very early age. And she is unstoppableaveraging over 200 shows a year. She's dueted with Jon Bon Jovi and sun ...…
 
Roy Stiff has been working for Cru for over 40 years. He is currently the Eastern Europe representative for the Global Church Movements ministry of Cru, which is still known as Campus Crusade for Christ or “New Life” internationally. Teams with Global Church Movements act as advisors to help existing churches plant new house churches with the g ...…
 
Think that today's debates about the role of the Federal Reserve Bank, financial regulation, "too big to fail", etc. are new? Think again. Who should control banks, who should regulate banks, what should banks even do--these questions have been debated since the founding of the Republic. Replace CNBC's David Faber with Alexander Hamilton, and J ...…
 
The field of African American intellectual history is enjoying a kind of renaissance at the moment. The resurgence is due to the work of the African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) and its terrific blog Black Perspectives. The fruits of the AAIHS's labors can be seen in the book we're discussing today: New Perspectives of the Blac ...…
 
While most people in the US are familiar with the ubiquitous Kellogg cereal brand, few know how it relates to US geography, science and technology around the turn of the 20th century. In A Geography of Digestion: Biotechnology and the Kellogg Enterprise (University of California Press, 2017), Nicholas Bauch explores the digestive system as a so ...…
 
In November 2013, two mass burials were discovered unexpectedly on a construction site in the city of Durham in northeast England. Over the next two years, a complex jigsaw of evidence was pieced together by Christopher Gerrard, Professor of Archaeology at the University of Durham, and a team of archaeologists to establish the identity of the h ...…
 
Think that today's debates about the role of the Federal Reserve Bank, financial regulation, "too big to fail", etc. are new? Think again. Who should control banks, who should regulate banks, what should banks even do--these questions have been debated since the founding of the Republic. Replace CNBC's David Faber with Alexander Hamilton, and J ...…
 
Black Elk witnessed some of the most monumental moments in the history of the Lakota and the Northern Great Plains: Red Cloud’s War, the Battle of the Little Bighorn, the murder of Crazy Horse, Wounded Knee. In his compelling new biography, Black Elk: The Life of an American Visionary (Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux, 2016), award-winning nonfictio ...…
 
Black Elk witnessed some of the most monumental moments in the history of the Lakota and the Northern Great Plains: Red Cloud’s War, the Battle of the Little Bighorn, the murder of Crazy Horse, Wounded Knee. In his compelling new biography, Black Elk: The Life of an American Visionary (Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux, 2016), award-winning nonfictio ...…
 
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