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I am writer and a bloger. Well i dont have a great voice but i am filled with million words. This podcast is for those who think they are done with their life. Your stronger than you think you are
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FreshEd is a weekly podcast that makes complex ideas in educational research easily understood. Five shows. Three languages. Airs Monday. Visit us at www.FreshEdpodcast.com Twitter: @FreshEdPodcast All FreshEd Podcasts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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The Poetryhood | الحيّ الشعري

The Poetryhood | الحيّ الشعري

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The Poetryhood is a community dedicated to creating & celebrating grassroot poetry. We aspire to pioneer a poetic movement through our podcast. In these episodes, you can expect to discover a treasure trove of poetic content, along with inspiring conversations featuring poets and artists, all contributing to the vibrant tapestry of The Poetryhood.
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The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization that promotes lasting peace with justice, as a practical expression of faith in action. This podcast will bring together stories of its work and interviews with experts from around the world.
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Ciao, I am Ahmad! an emerging art curator, a creative manager, talk moderator, a dreamer, and a humble human. I am an art and creativity enthusiast, and one of my aims in life is to support and give a platform to emerging talents. I am someone who smiles a lot, I love everyone and I hope most of you out there would love me back. If not, trust me after 40 you wouldn't care that much:)because we can not and will never please anyone. Just respect me, respect one another and laugh, dream, work h ...
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Today we think through the concept of power within the internationalization of higher education. My guest is Jenny Lee, professor at the Center for the Study of Higher Education and College of Education Dean's Fellow for Internationalization at the University of Arizona.Jenny Lee has a new edited collection entitled U.S. Power in International High…
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Today we unpack the ways in which the East India Company used knowledge and education to advance its interests in India. My guest is Joshua Ehrlich, an assistant professor at the University of Macau. His new book is The East India Company and the Politics of Knowledge, which was published by Cambridge University Press.freshedpodcast.com/Ehrlich/--G…
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Today we explore what it means to decolonize education. My guests are Riyad Shahjahan, Annabelle Estera, and Kirsten Edwards. Together with Kristen Surla, they conducted a literature review of 207 articles about the topic. They show that the very idea of decolonizing takes on diverse meanings and subsequently is put into practice in different ways.…
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Today I speak with the new editors of the Comparative Education Review, the flagship US journal in the field. tavis d. jules and Florin D. Salajan have big plans for the journal. tavis d. jules is a professor in cultural and educational policy and international higher education at Loyola University Chicago. Florin D. Salajan is a professor in the s…
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بيت جوا بيت شعر و صوت: فرح شما موسيقى: لمى قاسم و راشيل غانم المكساج والماسترنج: منير ماهر Poetry & Voice of Farah Chamma Music by Lama Kassem & Rachelle Ghanem Mixing and Mastering by Mounir Maher Refer to the link below to watch the animation video of this poem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07XgkmpED8M Happy Poetry Listening! Visit thepoetryho…
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Today we look at some of the colonial legacies in discourses around girls’ education.With me are Chris Kirchgasler and Karishma Desai. They’ve recently published an article entitled, “’Girl’ in Crisis: Colonial Residues of Domesticity in Transnational School Reforms,” which was published in the Comparative Education Review.Chris Kirchgasler is an A…
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Today we unpack the fast-evolving student protests in the USA. With me is Neal Hutchens, a professor at the University of Kentucky’s College of Education. Much of Neal’s work focuses on issues of free speech and academic freedom. Neal Hutchens serves on the author team for the forthcoming edition of The Law of Higher Education: Essentials for Legal…
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Today we put the field of comparative and international education in conversation with film studies. With me is Irving Epstein, emeritus Professor at Illinois Wesleyan University. Irving Epstein’s new book is entitled Education, Affect, and Film: Visual Imaginings and Global Explorations Through a Comparative Lens. It will be published in June by B…
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Special Announcement: FreshEd will hold its Annual General Meeting on April 23. Register here: https://freshedpodcast.com/agmToday we look at the history and changes of Ukrainian scholarly discourse. My guest is Liz Shchepetylnykova.Liz Shchepetylnykova is a PhD candidate at the University of Hong Kong researching transformations of the Ukrainian h…
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ها أنا أتعلم شعر و صوت: سمر عبد الجابر موسيقى: لمى قاسم و راشيل غانم ترجمة: مصطفى سالم المكساج والماسترنج: جواد شعبان Poetry & Voice of Samar Abdel Jaber Music by Lama Kassem & Rachelle Ghanem Translation by Mustafa Salem Mixing and Mastering by Jawad Chaaban Refer to the link below to watch the animation video of this poem: https://youtu.be/wIUx0u…
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Special Announcement: FreshEd will hold its Annual General Meeting on April 23. Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcucOChrTgjGdNWj8lO0_NbjOY3tZcJBm_e#/registration--Today we are going to air a conversation I had with Bruce Collet, the editor of the journal Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education. DIME, as the journal is known, ha…
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Today we unpack the meaning of internationalization in international schools in England and Qatar. My guest is Nidal Al Haj Sleiman. Nidal Al Haj Sleiman is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at Ulster University and a Visiting Research Fellow at Centre for Lebanese Studies. Her new article in Perspectiva Educacional is entitled: “Leadership as a soci…
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Today we dive into the reading wars. We aren’t going to explore the best way to learn how to read. Rather, we are going to unpack how the Science of Reading has been used to push an agenda of standardization and privatization. My guest is Elena Aydarova, an assistant professor in the educational policy studies department at the University of Wiscon…
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Faraz Ali is an Experiential Designer in the Public, Digital, and Poetic realms. Over the past decade, Faraz has been studying Urdu literature as a creative tradition and a sociocultural phenomenon. Faraz has collaborated at both local and international levels to foster critical understanding and practice of literature and theatre. In May 2018 he d…
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Today we explore the challenges and opportunities of learning in a digital age. How can we navigate our world of abundant information? What social norms are changing and what new social norms do we need? And what does the smartphone, Generative AI, and platform algorithms mean for education?My guest is Dave Cormier, a learning specialist at the Uni…
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Today we talk about collaboration, both its good and bad sides. My guest is Amy Shuffelton, a professor of philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. Amy Shuffelton’s new book is Collaboration: Philosophy of Education in Practice, which was published by Bloomsbury in February.https://freshedpodcast.com/shuffelton/--Get in touch!Twitter: @FreshEdpodca…
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A few weeks ago, I was invited to talk about podcasting as creation and dissemination on the Hong Kong University Social Contexts and Policies of Education podcast called Education Dialogues. As it says on its website: “Education Dialogues is a forum for educational sharing and debate through short written or oral communication.” The podcast is abo…
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Today we dive into the field of education in emergencies, highlighting its entanglements with colonialism, empire, and racial capitalism. My guest is Jess Oddy.Jess Oddy is a researcher at the university of Bristol and has worked in various capacities in the field of education in emergencies. Her new article is “Retelling education in emergencies t…
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Today we explore the meaning of comparison from a theoretical approach that combines Policy Mobilities and Assemblage theory. My guests are Steven Lewis and Rebecca Spratt.Steven Lewis is an Associate Professor of Comparative Education at Australian Catholic University where Rebecca Spratt is a PhD candidate. Their new book is Assembling Comparison…
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Today we look at educational reform over time. My guest is Patricia Bromley, an associate professor in the graduate school of education at Stanford University.Together with Jared Furuta, Rie Kijima, Lisa Overbey, Minju Choi, and Heitor Santos, Patricia has recently published the article Global Determinants of Education Reform, 1960 to 2017. In the …
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This is the last week FreshEd is on holidays. We return on February 19! Please be sure to donate to FreshEd in 2024: www.freshedpodcast.com/donate--Today we explore the learning crisis in education. In particular, we unpack the crisis narrative, which has reached a crescendo during Covid-19.With me is Michele Schweisfurth, a Professor of Comparativ…
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FreshEd is on holidays for the next few weeks. While we are away, we'll replay some of our favourite episodes. You can check out our entire catalogue of 341 episodes here: https://freshedpodcast.com/freshed/Please be sure to donate to FreshEd in 2024: www.freshedpodcast.com/donate--Today we explore the ways in which economic thinking came to domina…
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FreshEd is on holidays for the next few weeks. While we are away, we'll replay some of our favourite episodes. You can check out our entire catalogue of 341 episodes here: https://freshedpodcast.com/freshed/Please be sure to donate to FreshEd in 2024: www.freshedpodcast.com/donate--Today we explore the idea of degrowth.With me is Jason Hickel, an e…
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Last year, AFSC brought together artists, activists, and cultural practitioners from the Middle East and North Africa in Amman, Jordan. They shared their knowledge and experiences in using art for social change—and strategized ways to support each other in working for peace and justice. Our limited podcast series, “Assembly,” features the stories a…
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FreshEd is on holidays for the next few weeks. While we are away, we'll replay some of our favourite episodes. You can check out our entire catalogue of 341 episodes here: https://freshedpodcast.com/freshed/Please be sure to donate to FreshEd in 2024: www.freshedpodcast.com/donate--Today we discuss the climate crisis, why it’s a difficult knowledge…
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Last year, AFSC brought together artists, activists, and cultural practitioners from the Middle East and North Africa in Amman, Jordan. They shared their knowledge and experiences in using art for social change—and strategized ways to support each other in working for peace and justice. Our limited podcast series, “Assembly,” features the stories a…
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FreshEd is on holidays for the next few weeks. While we are away, we'll replay some of our favourite episodes. You can check out our entire catalogue of 341 episodes here: https://freshedpodcast.com/freshed/Please be sure to donate to FreshEd in 2024: www.freshedpodcast.com/donate--American students are in debt. Some forty-four million Americans co…
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Last year, AFSC brought together artists, activists, and cultural practitioners from the Middle East and North Africa in Amman, Jordan. They shared their knowledge and experiences in using art for social change—and strategized ways to support each other in working for peace and justice. Our limited podcast series, “Assembly,” features the stories a…
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FreshEd is on holidays for the next few weeks. While we are away, we'll replay some of our favourite episodes. You can check out our entire catalogue of 341 episodes here: https://freshedpodcast.com/freshed/Please be sure to donate to FreshEd in 2024: www.freshedpodcast.com/donate--Today we talk about confronting settler colonialism in higher educa…
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Happy new year! FreshEd is on holidays for the next few weeks. While we are away, we'll replay some of our favourite episodes. You can check out our entire catalogue of 341 episodes here: https://freshedpodcast.com/freshed/--Controversies over school policies that impact transgender students have increasingly made headlines in the United States for…
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As we near the end of 2023, it’s time to take stock of the year. What were the big events in 2023 and how might they impact the field of CIE? What new ideas emerged? And where is our field headed in 2024? Continuing this FreshEd tradition, Susan Robertson and Mario Novelli join me for the last episode of the year. Mario Novelli is professor in the …
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Today we air a rerun from 2016. We'll be back next week with our end of year roundup. --Social movements produce a huge amount of intellectual knowledge. Yet, in many academic circles, this knowledge is overlooked. Aziz Choudry spent most of his life working with social movements around the world. At the time of this interview, he was an associate …
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Today we look at funding, equity, and achievement in Australian Schools. My guest is Barbara Preston.Barbara Preston is an Independent Researcher based in Canberra. She’s recently authored the report “Funding, Equity and Achievement in Australian Schools,” which documents a national symposium that was convened by Jane Kenway and Fazal Rizvi earlier…
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Today we explore what it would mean to do things differently in education research. With me are Elmi Slater and Pasi Sahlberg. Elmi Slater is a year 11 student from Canberra, Australia and Pasi Sahlberg is a professor of education at the University of Melbourne.Today’s episode was recorded in front of a live audience at the University of Canberra.f…
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Today I continue my introduction to Australia. With me is Lindsay Fitzclarence who has just published the book “The Dirty Life of Mining in Australia: A travelogue.” In it, Lindsay goes on an educational journey into the history, culture, and political economy of an industry that plays an outsize role in Australia. Lindsay Fitzclarence is an honora…
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Today we explore academic freedom and struggles for justice by looking at Palestine. My guests are Palestinian academics Mai Abu Moghli and Nida Badawi.Mai Abu Moghli is a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Lebanese Studies and an Academic Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Nida Badawi is a master’s students at the University College London. I…
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Today we look at digital humanitarianism and how digital interfaces are constructing new forms and modes of governance. My guest is Fleur Johns, who has recently authored the new book #Help: Digital Humanitarianism and the Remaking of International Order.Fleur Johns is a professor in the faculty of law and justice at the University of New South Wal…
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Reunion: A special American Friends Service Committee podcast featuring Quaker leaders from the U.S. and United Kingdom gathering and sharing insights about how Quaker organizations are activating Quaker values for a just world. The podcast was recorded at the April 2023 gathering in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by Marisa Mazria Katz and features Jo…
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Today we revisit the ideas of the so-called new sociology of education, which were popularised in the 1970s. My guest is Julie McLeod, a Professor of Curriculum, Equity and Social Change at the University of Melbourne Faculty of EducationJulie McLeod recently edited a Point and Counterpoint set of essays for Curriculum Perspectives that revisit the…
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Today we explore generative AI in education. My guest is none-other than ChatGPT, perhaps the most infamous generative AI assistant today. In our conversation, I ask ChatGPT about some of the biases in its answers and how schools and universities should try to overcome them.ChatGPT is a large language model-based chatbot developed by OpenAI.freshed…
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Given the recent events in Palestine, I thought it would be a good time to revisit this episode on Lebanon. We'll be back soon with new episodes. --What does citizenship education look like in a country affected by armed conflict and economic crises?My guest today, Bassel Akar, has closely examined citizenship and history education in Lebanon. Some…
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Today we explore new approaches to teacher education in Australia. My guest is Chris Morrissey, a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of School Partnerships at the University of Canberra. Chris tells me about the school-based teacher education clinics that he helped develop across the Australian Capital Territory. Chris was named the 2023 Aus…
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FreshEd has over 300 episodes in its archive. For the next few weeks, we'll air some of our favourites.-- Is there a worldwide learning crisis today? My guest, Keith Lewin, argues that the real issue in much of international education development has to do with financing.In our conversation, we discuss aid to education and the ways in which the Sus…
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FreshEd has over 300 episodes in its archive. For the next few weeks, we'll air some of our favourites.-- Today we talk about intercultural competencies. These are the attitudes, skills, and knowledge that enable people to see from different perspectives, helping us get along together as humans. These competencies seem particularly relevant in our …
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Rasha Alduwaisan is an oral historian and writer from Kuwait. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Willow Springs, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Common and Painted Bride Quarterly. She holds an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard University. In this episode we discuss how a poem is the story of an emotion, why we close ourselves up a…
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نتعرّف على سمر وتشاركنا تجربتها الشعرية التي لا تخلو من القصص والتفرعات. تحدّثنا عن حالة الخلق، التي هي بحد ذاتها حالة من التأمل الواعي والتركيز على التفاصيل، وعن الشفاء من الصدمات عن طريق الكتابة والتعبير. نتساءل عن حال الشاعر الذي تدفعه الظروف إلى العمل في مكتب بارد لا يليق بشغفه، فينعكس ذلك على شعره الذي يكتبه خلسة ما بين اجتمعات العمل، أو في ال…
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Dorian Paul Rogers is a performance poet, Hip Hop artist, educator, and events curator. He is the founder of Rooftop Rhythms, a monthly open mic which has gone on to become one of the biggest events of its kind in the UAE and surrounding region. In this episode, we question the role of the mediator in relation to that of the artist. We talk about D…
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Nidal Morra is a multidisciplinary writer and artist. In this episode, we will be exploring this multidisciplinarity, from making salt crystals, acting, and film directing to screenwriting and writing “something that might be poetry.” Is poetry a result of paying attention to the tiny details of our day to day? According to Nidal, it is “unbounded …
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