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Best Podington podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Podington podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Conversations with scholars, writers, and artists whose work subverts the dominant paradigm. Discover people who are interested in disrupting conventional norms and ideologies and creating new ways of thinking about, being in, and understanding the world. Hosted by Dan Glenn. Opening and closing theme music by Podington Bear http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Cover art graphic design by Jeff Wolfehttp://www.ciis.eduCIIS Center for Writing and Scholarship: http://academicwriting ...
 
This podcast series introduces incoming JD students at uOttawa, www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca, to the program and to core legal concepts they should quickly come to understand as they begin their legal studies. You are invited to listen and re-listen to the podcasts as you prepare to arrive at uOttawa. Music is Dreamliner by Podington Bear, under Creative Commons License. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Tender/Dreamliner
 
An seo nua faoi CII. Eist le J agus K, na DJs ar fheabas le daoine as ár scoil. The new show from CII. Listen to J and K, the fantastic DJs, with people from our school.: BUAITEOIRÍ COMORTAS RAIDIÓ SnaG 2015 :Clár radió faoin daltaí as 5ú bhliain san Coláiste Íde agus Íosef.Le ceol as TG Lurgan, Podington, agus Broke for Free.: WINNERS SnaG RADIO COMPETITION 2015 :Radio show from students of 5th year in Coláiste Íde agus Íosef.with music from TG Lurgan, Podington, and Broke for Free.
 
This collection of eight one-act dramas features plays by Eugene O'Neill, George Bernard Shaw, John Galsworthy, Susan Glaspell, William Dean Howells and John Millington Synge. It also includes a dramatic reading of a short story by Frank Richard Stockton. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Before Breakfast read by: Elizabeth Klett, Pat Redstone The Buller-Podington Compact read by: Algy Pug, Lars Rolander, David Lawrence, mb, Elizabeth Klett, Levi Throckmorton The Dark Lady of the Sonnets read by: ...
 
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A discussion with Dr. Manon Hedenborg White about the goddess Babalon, key women figures in the occult tradition of Thelema, challenging hegemonic notions of femininity, feminine sexuality, the link between sexual liberation and the larger goals of social, political, or psychological liberation, contemporary interpretations of Babalon that question…
 
Jeremy D Johnson, MA is an author, editor, integral scholar, teacher and lecturer. We discuss his new book, Seeing Through the World: Jean Gebser and Integral Consciousness, from Revelore Press, exploring Gebser's theories of consciousness, animism, ontology, Deleuze and Guattari, and much more.He has worked as a staff editor for Reality Sandwich m…
 
I'm joined by Dr. Jason Josephson-Storm, chair of the Department of Religion at Williams College, to discuss his book, The Myth of Disenchantment: Magic, Modernity, and the Birth of the Human Sciences. In it, he writes, "The most familiar story in the history of science is disenchantment - magic's exit from the henceforth law-governed world." In a …
 
Eric G. Wilson and I explore themes of melancholy and madness, the value of artistic ambiguity, finding your voice as a writer and person, William Blake and David Lynch, longing, dark nights of the soul, Gnosticism, letting go of trying to find meaning, and vulnerability and the complexities of masculinity while discussing his new book Polaris Ghos…
 
Have you ever thought about the fact that you put a series of symbols on a piece of paper or a screen, share it with others, and directly transmit messages and ideas that can change their consciousness? It's called writing and I say it's actual magic - and I'm not alone! This solo episode is a brief exploration of the links between writing and magi…
 
Dr. Angela Voss and I discuss “A Methodology of the Imagination,” transformative learning, magical and divinatory ways of knowing, balancing the rational and the intuitive, scholarship as initiation, the personal daimon and the daimonic, and Marsilio Ficino’s astrological music therapy. Dr. Angela Voss is Programme Director for the MA in Myth, Cosm…
 
Dr. Vanessa Sinclair and I explore psychoanalysis, society, the unconscious, sexuality and its subversive power, identity, the cut-up method, creativity, art, magic, and more.Dr. Vanessa Sinclair is a psychoanalyst in independent practice who sees patients internationally, specializing in online and remote treatment. A founding member of Das Unbeha…
 
We discuss ancestor work and its particular significance for queer, trans, and "gender blessed" folks, sexual liberation, sexual trauma, the intersection of sex, magick, and science, and more.Pavini Moray (pronoun: Pe) is a somatic sex therapist and ancestral lineage healing practitioner in private practice in San Francisco, mainly working with que…
 
Ted Hand and I explore the worlds of the science fiction writer Philip K. Dick and the relationship of his work to Gnosticism, alchemy, Renaissance magic, late capitalism, and power structures. We discuss questions of reality, madness, and a new wave of scholar/practitioners in esoteric studies who are blazing new terrain, bridging personal experie…
 
This conversation with Nick Walker is focused around the notion of neuroqueering and neuroqueer fiction as an approach to subversion and transformation. We talk about cultural norms around gender, sexuality, and cognition; cognitive liberty; weird fiction; madness; the war on the imagination; how to embrace being flamingly weird; and why, in the wo…
 
Author, screenwriter, and filmmaker JF Martel and I discuss weirdness, the surreal quality of experience, art arising from the primordial or from the imaginal realm, why society attempts to bury the weird or chaotic beneath normality and conventionality, Stranger Things, Twin Peaks, Jaws, the daimonic, dreams, and the ways that art can disrupt and …
 
This is a short solo episode announcing a new direction for the podcast! Includes an homage to my favorite and most influential podcasts and an exploration of the term "subversive" as a living, breathing force or entity.Notes:Chambers, S. A., Carver, T. (2008). Judith Butler and Political Theory. London: Routledge.Peterle, Astrid. 2009. Thinking th…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Vincent Brown, whose doctoral research research centers around The Work that Reconnects, a theoretical framework and workshop methodology for personal and social change developed by Joanna Macy, a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology. Vincent's dissertation study is on men's work in the context…
 
Eric Peterson joins us for a wide-ranging conversation based in his work as an outdoor adventure leader and scholar of all things ecological. We explore topics such as ecological consciousness; the interconnectedness of the socio-political, ecological, and psychological; ecolinguistics; ecopsychology; the importance of story; why an animist viewpoi…
 
Dan and Dr. Adrian Mack have a wide-ranging discussion that includes film studies, media studies, cultural studies, fiction writing, the Black Arts Movement, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr., disrupting "business as usual," the co-opting of social change and liberatory movements , and Christianity as a force for liberation.Dr. Adrian Mack is t…
 
In this episode with Dr. May Elawar, we discuss postcolonial feminism, epistemic vigilance, how can knowledge liberate rather than oppress, knowledge at the borderlands, going a step beyond identity politics, spiritual activism, being and becoming, interdependence, Gloria Anzaldua and conocimiento, Starhawk's work and vision for humanity, decoloniz…
 
Gabrielle Donnelly, Ph.D. is a scholar and practitioner of creativity, social change, and innovation. In this episode, we discuss the dynamic between the scholar and practitioner sides of oneself; working with perceived polarities in groups, individuals, and society at large; finding your voice as a scholar; the dissertation process as creative and…
 
If you're intrigued by a professor who teaches courses called "Divine Madness: Dreams, Visions, Hallucinations," "Religion, Medicine, and Healing," and "Good Deaths: From the Tibetan Book of the Dead to the ICU," then this episode is for you. Sara Lewis, Ph.D., is an Anthropologist of religion and medicine specializing in Tibet and South Asia. We d…
 
A powerful conversation about neurodiversity, neurodivergent scholarship, disability justice, immanent critique, the experiential and political aspects of disability and neurodiversity, and of course, magic. Sara Maria Acevedo is a neurodivergent mestiza, activist scholar, educator and disability justice advocate born and raised in Colombia, South …
 
A conversation with Julian Michels on mythology, blending the rational and intuitive, education, creativity emerging out of difference, deep democracy & process work, alchemy, animism and taking spirits seriously, and considering how the "dead-world" scientific materialist viewpoint is really going.Julian Michels is a doctoral student who researche…
 
In this solo episode, I share the story of my dissertation proposal process and how it leads me forward, not the other way around. I discuss the inseparability of personal explorations and scholarly inquiry, the internalized taskmaster, and how creative inquiry might be related to a meditation practice called "aimless wandering."…
 
Dan & Shah discuss creative inquiry as magic, creativity as self-making and world-making, anthropology and activism, decolonizing anthropology, queer black feminism, free-writing, autoethnography, and how creative or magical approaches to knowledge production can further empower marginalized communities. Shah Noor Hussein, M.A. is a graduate of the…
 
Daniel Deslauriers and Dan discuss dreams, arts-based inquiry, contact improvisation, alternative epistemologies, living knowledge, inquiry and personal transformation.Daniel Deslauriers, PhD, received his doctorate (1989) in Psychology from the University of Montreal (Quebec) and conducted research at the University of Auckland (New Zealand) and t…
 
Constance Jones, PhD, is a sociologist of religion who researches new religious movements, Hinduism and Buddhism in the West, Sociology of Religion, Sociology of Knowledge, Transdisciplinarity, Heuristic Methods, J. Krishnamurti, the teachings of G.I. Gurdjieff, and the meeting of East and West in intellectual history. In this episode, we discuss t…
 
Sam Grant is a transformative organizer, educator and facilitator working through multiple formations to advance the convivial dreaming process of individuals and networks actively manifesting health in self, relationships and local to planetary socio-ecologies. Dan and Sam discuss creativity in activism, transdisciplinarity and the fallacies of ac…
 
We debut our Creative Inquiry conversations with a bang, starting with the man who coined the term, Dr. Alfonso Montuori. We discuss his influences, his developing of the ideas that led to the creation of the Transformative Inquiry programs at California Institute of Integral Studies, the detrimental effects of reproductive education, the creative …
 
This is a short introductory episode in which Dan provides an overview of Creative Inquiry before diving into interviews beginning next episode.References:Montuori, A. (2012). Creative Inquiry: Confronting the challenges of scholarship in the 21st century. Futures, 44(1), 64-70.Montuori, A. (2008). The joy of inquiry. Journal of Transformative Educ…
 
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