Best Scholars podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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No Jargon, the Scholars Strategy Network’s weekly podcast, presents interviews with top university scholars on the politics, policy problems, and social issues facing the nation. Powerful research, intriguing perspectives -- and no jargon. Find show notes and plain-language research briefs on hundreds of topics at
Sluts & Scholars
Sluts and Scholars features two smart women who also like (gasp) sex! Join us as we discuss how to navigate sexuality in this culture by having conversations that will make your sex smarter and your smarts sexier.
Tune in every two weeks to catch interviews with the liveliest voices from literature, the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs; reports on cutting-edge works in progress; long-form narratives; and compelling excerpts from new books. A podcast from The American Scholar magazine. Hosted by Stephanie Bastek.
OCW Scholar: Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science I
Scholar Tea
Join Cameron and Shawna for "Scholar Tea", which is a delightful higher ed podcast 4 the culture that is a mash-up of humor, tips, and scholar interviews.Follow us on Twitter @Scholar_TeaEmail us at
By Maria Armoudian
The Road Scholar
AudioRoad Book Club - Kevin will choose a book, then read it and interview the author, listeners will also have a chance to ask the author questions.
Weekly conversations about the Liberal Arts and The Great Books with Wyoming Catholic College professors, board members,and guests.
Live Sets, Mixes & Podcasts#HouseMusic #ScholarTee
The source for college financial aid strategies. Tips on how to find and apply for scholarships and how to avoid student loan debt.
Brothers. One Atheist. One Christian. We grapple with interdisciplinary subjects ranging from scientific advancement to behavorial pshychology
A podcast from the Society of Scholar Priests. The Society of Scholar-Priests exists to welcome theology home. We want to rekindle the theological vocation and imagination of The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada. We want to do that by supporting, mentoring, and helping to fund scholar-priests and by working with bishops and other leaders to connect them with parishes that need stable and effective leadership. These podcasts present recordings of our webinars, in which we in ...
Study Tips for Scholars offers a video course to help college and university students excel.
The Rap Scholars
The Rap Scholars is a podcast exploring contemporary rap music and culture. Representing a new generation of rap criticism, hosts Nasir Marumo and Temar France use podcast as pedagogy. @therapscholars
A Hadar Campus Scholars lecture series Like what you hear?
The Southern Fried Scholar is a podcast devoted to lifelong learning, creativity, and story.
Wine podcasts by Wine Scholar Guild interviewing internationally-renowned wine experts
Joe Renegade and the W discuss various topics like popular culture, lifestyle, movies, TV, sports and much more.
Vedic Astrology or Jyotisha means the science of light. Light is the source of all life. Physics describes creation at its most subtle level as a field of pulsing, vibrating waves of light. The primacy of light is also found in all the world’s religious traditions.
Scholars Circle
Global Scholars
Welcome to the Global Scholars podcast! These are student voices—these are the leaders of the next generation.
With an increased focus on scholarship at RIT, RIT Libraries will shine a light on some of the Institute's finest by sponsoring "RIT Faculty Scholars" series. This ongoing series spotlights the scholarship work of a different faculty member for each showcase. The sessions will generally be two hours in length, with content that will vary from session to session. Typically, each event may include poster sessions, multimedia presentations, or some type of interactive component. Each program wi ...
Interviews and stories about efforts of the MIT Libraries to help faculty and students retain their rights & increase the impact of research.
This podcast is associated with the Hadar Campus Scholars, which is a program of Mechon Hadar, an egalitarian, non-denominational yeshiva in New York City.
For high school people and other people too!
Discover how seekers and scholars from a variety of disciplines have engaged with Mary Baker Eddy's life, ideas, and accomplishments.
UCDscholarcast provides downloadable lectures, recorded to the highest broadcast standards to a wide academic audience of scholars, graduate students, undergraduates and interested others. Each scholarcast is accompanied by a downloadable pdf text version of the lecture to facilitate citation of scholarcast content in written academic work. In this series leading scholars from across the humanities read extracts from their recently published books. Series Editor: PJ Mathews. Scholarcast them ...
Scholars At Play
Scholars At Play is a podcast dedicated to the critical discussion of video games and their place in society and the academy.
Hosted by RWJF Clinical Scholar Dr. Chileshe Nkonde-Price (Penn CSP), the RWJF Clinical Scholars Health Policy Podcast is a monthly series featuring interviews with health policy experts who are visitors, alumni, or faculty of the Clinical Scholars Program.
Textual criticism would not be possible without the great men and women who blazed the trail in this discipline. This series tells the stories of great men like Bruce Metzger, Constantin von Tischendorf, B.F. Westcott, and F.J.A. Hort. These are stories of faithful commitment, ardent scholarship, and crucial discovery. Without the work of these men, the Bible as we know it today would have a much different shape.
Saints and Scholars On the Go is a monthly podcast discussing the intersection of faith, education & daily life. Saints and Scholars On the Go is presented by the Catholic Schools Office in the Archdiocese of Boston.
Unknown Scholars
"It's Unknown Scholars with SBRJO"Idk what I'm doin. I just like to talk with ppl, and get inside their minds. Anyone and everyone. Rappers, Bands, Artists, Business owners; if you are passionate about anything or just want to promote, let's get you on. If you wanna link, hit one of my links, and we'll link! @SBRJO on all social medias!Rando$hit is my random shit.
Saxelby Scholars
The Saxelby Radio Scholars podcast is stories produced by teenagers telling the stories of food in their community. The program is brought to you by the Heritage Radio Network, a nonprofit food radio station. To learn more and donate, visit
Life-transforming Catholic Biblical Theology
Roads Scholars
Podcast by Roads Scholars
We are Trope Watchers, the podcast about pop culture and why it matters!
We are Trope Watchers, the podcast about pop culture and why it matters!
Tune in to hear what’s happening at the Dunedin Chinese Garden and to celebrate the traditions and history behind this elegant and tranquil space. Every Third Wednesday of the month at 12pm
Presenting open, knowledgeable, and conscious content in a civil format.
The Road scholar podcast is a mobile comedy podcast which features the random ramblings of two uneducated, bitter a-holes, behind the wheels of delivery vans...heading straight to hell. And not fast enough!!!
The Rap Scholars
The Rap Scholars is a podcast exploring contemporary rap music and culture. Representing a new generation of rap criticism, hosts Nasir Marumo and Temar France use podcast as pedagogy. @therapscholars
A podcast from the borders of good taste.
A monthly selection of the best fresh new tunes released!
A Podcast about life, well actually more like things that distract you from life like movies, games, tv, and shit. Plus life sometimes. Enjoy!
Periodic audiocasts about trends and events in the world of scholarly publishing, from the authors of the Society for Scholarly Publishing's Scholarly Kitchen blog ( ).
Young Law Scholar
The official podcast of Young Law Scholar, aims to promote the #StudentVoice. Stay tuned for interviews, special guests and student news!
OCW Scholar: Fundamentals of Biology
Tel Aviv Review
Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.
Live Sets, Mixes & Podcasts#HouseMusic #ScholarTee
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Readings: Joshua 24:1-2, 15-18 Psalm 34:2-3, 16-23 Ephesians 5:21-32 John 6:60-69 This Sunday's Mass readings conclude a four-week meditation on the Eucharist. The 12 apostles in today's Gospel are asked to make a choice -- either to believe and accept the new covenant He offers in His body and blood, or return to their former ways of life. The ...…
Lecturas: Josué 24,1-2, 15-18 Salmo 34, 2-3, 16-23 Efesios 5, 21-32 Juan 6, 60-69 Con las lecturas de este domingo concluye una meditación de cuatro semanas sobre la Eucaristía. A los doce apóstoles del Evangelio de hoy, se les pide tomar una opción entre creer y aceptar la Nueva Alianza que Él ofrece en su Cuerpo y Sangre, o volver a su antigu ...…
In this rushed episode , cause like we were woefully ill prepared, the gang talks nerd shit and then mike gives nerd shit away.
Professor Erica Chenoweth, a scholar of international relations says that there has been a dramatic increase in the number of non-violent protests in the world. She knows because she counts them, rigorously; she also counts when they work and why. Her 2011 book Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict shows the dat ...…
First, tons of discarded plastic are choking off the ocean, killing wildlife, and building islands of garbage. How bad has it become and what can be done about it? [ dur: 19 mins. ] Captain Charles Moore is founder of the ALGALITA Marine Research & Education Institute. Then, how is the anti-government movement a type of constitutional coup? How ...…
Forsyth County, Georgia, is infamous for being—for a remarkably long stretch of the 20th century—one of the only all-white counties in America. This week, we’re revisiting our interview with Patrick Phillips, whose book Blood at the Root is both a history of the county where he grew up and a personal reckoning with the “ghost story” that he hea ...…
The W and Matty answer more listener questions, talk NBA, NFL and MLB, discuss "The Wire", the "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" movie, and much more!!
In this episode, writer, filmmaker, and artist Liz Goldwyn joins Nicoletta and Simone to chat about different waves of feminism, the history and research of prostitution and burlesque, and Goldwyn's new company The Sex Ed. Also featured: growing up with film moguls like David Lynch, how to include diverse voices in the sex education conversatio ...…
Knowledge is power. Or at least that’s how the saying goes — but when it comes to climate change and its causes, that knowledge hasn’t translated into action. Postdoctoral Fellow Matthew Motta discusses why climate research is often disregarded, where Americans’ suspicion of scientists comes from, and how our interest in science affects our tru ...…
This week, Joe Renegade and The W discuss Nicki Minaj's latest album "Queen", the best female artists out there and then preview next week's topic.
My monthly podcast returns featuring 2 hours of fresh Underground House Music from across the globe.This month's track of the month is a forthcoming Funky banger.We have the big carnival in London at the end of the month so I also revisit a classic track from the year 2000 which definitely captures the party mood!!The full track listing as per ...…
My monthly podcast returns featuring 2 hours of fresh Underground House Music from across the globe.This month's track of the month is a forthcoming Funky banger.We have the big carnival in London at the end of the month so I also revisit a classic track from the year 2000 which definitely captures the party mood!!The full track listing as per ...…
The gang assembles to discuss the happenings from the week, including being hacked, an Alex Jones rant, and the Dumbest dumbest thing yet .
Readings: Proverbs 9:1-6 Psalm 34:2-3, 10-15 Ephesians 5:15-20 John 6:51-58 The Wisdom of God has prepared a feast, we hear in today's First Reading. We must become like children (see Matthew 18:3-4) to hear and accept this invitation. For in every Eucharist, it is the folly of the cross that is represented and renewed. To the world, it is fool ...…
Lecturas: Proverbios 9,1-6 Salmo 34, 2-3, 10-15 Efesios 5,15-20 Juan 6, 51-58 Como escuchamos en la primera lectura de este domingo, la Sabiduría de Dios nos ha preparado un banquete. Debemos hacernos como niños (Cfr. Mt 18, 3-4) para poder escuchar y aceptar esta invitación; para darnos cuenta que en cada Eucaristía se representa y renueva la ...…
Dr. Dror Yinon of the Program for Hermeneutics and Cultural Studies at Bar-Ilan University reviews a series of lectures on Existentialism that recently took place at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. He lays out the fundamentals of this philosophical tradition and analyzes its ongoing relevance in the age of populism and post-truth. This season ...…
First, the makings of a scandal. Why are some perceived as big scandals, while a rash of other wrongs are ignored? [ dur: 21 mins. ] Robert Entman is a Professor of Media and Public Affairs and Professor of International Affairs at The George Washington University. He is the author of, Scandal and Silence: Media Responses to Presidential Miscon ...…
Eighteen years ago, Isabella Tree and Charlie Burrell turned their 3,500-acre farm in West Sussex, England, into a massive outdoor laboratory. They decided to cede control of their land to nature and watched it slowly grow wild again. Now, at what they call Knepp Wildland, herds of fallow deer, Exmoor ponies, and longhorn cows do battle with sc ...…
The W and Matty take listener questions for the first time, talk NBA & NFL news, discuss "Sicario 2: Day of the Soldado" and "A Prophet", and much more!!
Having a warm and comfortable home is important for health and well-being. But with rising rent prices and growing inequality, it can be tough – if not impossible – to find a place to live. Professors Rosie Tighe and Megan Hatch explain why the U.S. has such a shortage of affordable housing, how government programs help, and why they often fall ...…
The scholarly sluts are joined by electronic music producer, drummer, artist and activist Kiran/Madame Gandhi. We get real and talk about re-appropriating words, relationship needs, the "female" archetype, menstruation and free bleeding. This episode also features questions including: Is "the future is female" movement inclusive? Is the word "s ...…
This week, Joe Renegade and the W talk about Travis Scott's latest album, Astroworld along with Drake's In My Feelings video and much more music related stuff.
The Boys welcome Jake to the show and cover all the news that Mike gathered an hour before the recording. And absolutely no one makes a joke that needed edited out. Damn ambien again
Readings: 1 Kings 19:4-8 Psalm 34:2-9 Ephesians 4:30-5:2 John 6:41-51 Sometimes we feel like Elijah in today's First Reading. We want to lie down and die, keenly aware of our failures, that we seem to be getting no better at doing what God wants of us. We can be tempted to despair, as the prophet was on his forty-day journey in the desert. We c ...…
Lecturas: 1 Reyes 19, 4-8 Salmo 34, 2-9 Efesios 4, 30-5, 2 Juan 6, 41-51 Algunas veces nos sentimos como el profeta Elías que describe la primera lectura de este domingo. Queremos echarnos al suelo y morir, conscientes de nuestros fracasos, cuando parece que no avanzamos en el cumplimiento de la voluntad de Dios para nuestra vida. Podemos senti ...…
Dr. Keith Kahn-Harris, a British sociologist and commentator, discusses his new book Denial: The Unspeakable Truth. It attempts to analyze the emergence and growing prevalence of denialism - a quasi-nihilist reflex that subsumed healthy skepticism and fact-based debate. This season of the Tel Aviv Review is made possible by The Van Leer Jerusal ...…
First, the dark side of Uber, AirBnB and the rest of the so called “sharing economy.” We speak with Steven Hill. [ dur: 30 mins. ] Steven Hill is a senior fellow at the New America Foundation and co-founder of Fair Vote: Center for Voting and Democracy. He’s the author of Raw Deal: How the Uber Economy and Naked Capitalism are Screwing American ...…
In her summer cover story for the Scholar, “In the Labyrinth of #MeToo,” Sandra M. Gilbert looks at how far the newest feminist movement has come—and how far we have to go yet to achieve feminism’s goals. Her essay places the latest wave in the mythic feminist tradition, expresses her qualms about certain directions the movement has taken, and ...…
The W and Matty share some Saints News, talk MLB trades, share NBA notes, revisit Denzel Washington and Jackie Chan, Matty's shares his list of Movies That Are Better Than "The Social Network", and much more!!
The slutty scholars are joined by "good girl," former model, and author August McLaughlin. They talk about sex ed for folks who may not feel overtly sexual or readily identify with the word slut. Also in this episode: body image and eating disorders, what empowerment really means, making informed beauty decisions (how do you wear your leg hair) ...…
Since 9/11, fears about extremism have shaped the public’s view of Islam. And American policies often reflect these fears, zeroing in on Muslims and Muslim-Americans in the name of national security. Professor Rachel Gillum explores whether these policies work, why we use them, and how they impact Muslims in America. Read Gillum’s SSN brief, As ...…
In this episode, Liz Kineke—producer for the “Religion and Culture” series at CBS—explains how scholars shed light on the role faith plays in contemporary culture. Podcast guest Liz Kineke Liz Kineke joined the “Religion & Culture” series in 2005, as a producer and writer. “The God Squad”—as it is affectionately known within CBS—has been part o ...…
Readings: Exodus 16:2–4, 12–15 Psalm 78:3–4, 23–25, 54 Ephesians 4:17, 20–24 John 6:24–35 The journey of discipleship is a life-long exodus from the slavery of sin and death to the holiness of truth in Mount Zion, the promised land of eternal life. The road can get rough. And when it does, we can be tempted to complain like the Israelites in th ...…
Lecturas: Éxodo 16, 2–4. 12-5 Salmo 77, 3 y 4bc. 23–24. 25 y 54 Efesios 4, 17. 20–24 Juan 6, 24-35 El camino del discipulado es un éxodo de toda la vida, desde la esclavitud del pecado y de la muerte hasta la santidad de la verdad en el Monte Sion, la tierra prometida de vida eterna. La senda puede tornarse difícil. Y cuando esto sucede, podemo ...…
How do societies recover from major violence and terrible injustice? How do they cope with collective trauma, perpetrators, guilt, and is there a road to forgiveness? Professor Ruti Teitel was among the pioneering scholars to probe the complex mechanisms societies use to exorcise the demons of conflict. Transitional justice is now central to un ...…
The gang talks the movie pass kerfuffle, the exciting new nick kart racer , and other news that peaked their interest over the week, plus say some things that probably shouldnt be.
First, when does democracy have a dark side? Michael Mann says that majorities can and do oppress minorities in the name of majoritarian democracy. He is the author of The Dark Side of Democracy. [ dur: 15 mins. ] Michael Mann is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at UCLA. He is author of The Dark Side of Democracy: Explaining Ethnic Cleansin ...…
The most unusual brains are not the largest, nor the ones that can remember the most digits of the number pi. What fascinates Helen Thomson—a neuroscientist by training, a journalist by trade—are the brains that see auras, feel another’s pain, or play music around the clock. In her new book, Unthinkable, she travels the globe to find out what l ...…
Pleasure Slander and Sex Magick with Isabella Frappier Body literacy. Sexual sovereignty. Mindful masturbation. Sex magick. It’s all in this convo with Isabella Frappier, doula-alchemist-womnxn’s coach. She guides Nicoletta and Simone into more mindful sexual practices and delves into the sheer power of our sexual potential. Oh, and there’s wit ...…
In April 2018, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand introduced legislation to make basic banking services, like loans and check cashing, available at every branch of the United States Postal Service. Professor Mehrsa Baradaran explains the history of that idea, why postal banking is needed now, and how it can help reduce America’s growing inequality. Rea ...…
Readings: 2 Kings 4:42–44 Psalm 145:10-11, 15–18 Ephesians 4:1–6 John 6:1–15 Today’s liturgy brings together several strands of Old Testament expectation to reveal Jesus as Israel’s promised Messiah and King, the Lord who comes to feed His people. Notice the parallels between today’s Gospel and First Reading. Both Elisha and Jesus face a crowd ...…
Lecturas: 2 Reyes 4, 42-44 Salmo 145, 10-11, 15-18 Efesios 4:1-6 Juan 6,1-15 La liturgia de hoy presenta varias referencias a las que el Antiguo Testamento aludía para revelar a Jesús como el Mesías y Rey, como el Señor que viene a alimentar a su pueblo. Notemos el paralelismo que existe entre el evangelio de hoy y la primera lectura. Jesús, al ...…
Dr. Tehilla Shwartz Altshuler is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Democratic Values and Institutions, the head of the Media Reform Program and the Open Government Program at the Israel Democracy Institute. She joins hosts Dahlia Scheindlin and Gilad Halpern to discuss media policy in Israel and the way government interference may infringe on t ...…
The Boys sit down and discuss all things comic-con and what a bad decision Disney made. Alan Horn must have been on ambien.
First, hacking, fake news, paid trolls both from within the country and from afar, are they destroying democracy? [ dur: 28 mins. ] Chris Tenove is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Ethics and the Munk School of Global Affairs of the University of Toronto. He studies international relations and political theory, with an emphasis ...…
Yedidia Stern is worried about disturbing the balance of a Jewish and democratic state, as the nation-state law threatens to do. He believes that Israel must be a Jewish state, but without a legal anchor for equality, society is in trouble. Religious life is being dominated by the ultra-orthodox; diaspora Jews, especially Americans, should have ...…
In 1956, John Okada wrote the first Japanese-American novel, No-No Boy, a story about a Nisei draft-resister who returns home to Seattle after years in prison. It should have been a sensation: American literature had seen nothing like it before. But the book went of print, Okada never published again, and the writer died in obscurity in 1971. T ...…
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