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AnthroDish
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AnthroDish is a weekly show about the intersections between our foods, cultures, and identities. Host Sarah Duignan sits down one-on-one with folks in academia, hospitality, farming and agriculture, and more to learn about their food knowledge and experiences. If you're interested in the unique and fascinating lives of everyday people who have been shaped by their relationship with food, this show is for you!
 
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DEEP TALKS [ENG]
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Petr Ludwig, the author of the book The End of Procrastination, invites guests that do something meaningful and together they discuss topics like personal values, purpose at work and life, or how to improve today's society.
 
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DEEP TALKS [ENG]
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Petr Ludwig, the author of the book The End of Procrastination, invites guests that do something meaningful and together they discuss topics like personal values, purpose at work and life, or how to improve today's society.
 
Interested in human behavior and how people think? The Measure of Everyday Life is a weekly interview program featuring innovations in social science and ideas from leading researchers and commentators. Independent Weekly has called the show "unexpected" and "diverse" and says the show "brings big questions to radio." Join host Dr. Brian Southwell (@BrianSouthwell) as he explores the human condition. Episodes air each Sunday night at 6:30 PM in the Raleigh-Durham broadcast market and a podca ...
 
Listen to actors, educators and writers Toussaint and Joetta for their weekly podcast of current events, life in the audition room, and moments of double consciousness. Questioning authority (and sometimes reality) or biting tongues, the duo reports their lives as performers and how they navigate their way as artists. Hailing from Minneapolis, MN (a city and state with some of the highest racial disparity in education and law enforcement), Double Consciousness also explores the W.E.B. DuBois ...
 
Listen to actors, educators and writers Toussaint and Joetta for their weekly podcast of current events, life in the audition room, and moments of double consciousness. Questioning authority (and sometimes reality) or biting tongues, the duo reports their lives as performers and how they navigate their way as artists. Hailing from Minneapolis, MN (a city and state with some of the highest racial disparity in education and law enforcement), Double Consciousness also explores the W.E.B. DuBois ...
 
Interested in human behavior and how people think? The Measure of Everyday Life is a weekly interview program featuring innovations in social science and ideas from leading researchers and commentators. Independent Weekly has called the show "unexpected" and "diverse" and says the show "brings big questions to radio." Join host Dr. Brian Southwell (@BrianSouthwell) as he explores the human condition. Episodes air each Sunday night at 6:30 PM in the Raleigh-Durham broadcast market and a podca ...
 
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The Synful Show
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The Synful Show delves deep into the dark and surprising corners of human nature. The host, Father Syn, works to understand and reveal the guilty pleasures and dark desires that people keep inside. Whether it’s a harmless secret or confessions to crime, Father Syn helps unveil the sin in all of us. It’s a show where the hidden comes to light, and the uncertain becomes clear. Learn about the strange, devilish, and frightening compulsions that rule us all. Listen to The Synful Show today; indu ...
 
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Social Science Bites
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Bite-sized interviews with top social scientists
 
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The Agora
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Logic, revisionism, & counter-economics for revolutionaries.
 
How many ways are there to be human? Each week Anthropologist on the Street Dr. Carie Little Hersh invites different cultural experts to illuminate the hidden ideas, practices, and power dynamics that make our lives both familiar and strange.
 
Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is hosted by historians of economic thought Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall. Each month, the hosts discuss themes related to economics, its history and methodology, and its relevance to contemporary affairs.
 
Tune in to this podcast to get smart on ways to apply advances in social science and experience with successful teamwork to unleash meaningful contributions in your work life! The advances in cognitive neuroscience and behavioral psychology have been fast, furious, and fascinating. This podcast breaks down how advances by researchers and the experience of practitioners can be applied in organizations to achieve great things.
 
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Research Comms
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Welcome to Research Comms, a podcast exploring the theme of research communication in a digital age, presented by Peter Barker and Orinoco Communications. How can we ensure that research has a positive impact on society? How can we make sure the public has a voice in conversations about the research that will have profound effects on their lives? Research Comms sets out to answer these questions and more through interviews with those who are doing the most inspiring work in the field of rese ...
 
Data isn't only a story of numbers … or information … or insight. We forget, it is also about the people who interpret that data. Looking for Humanity in Data seeks to explain the ways in which behavioral data represents the mind and emotions of those who generate it. We do this by engaging with data science specialists and practitioners in this space. Our purpose is to translate from the scientific to the every day impact of technology on the individual. We'll discuss topics about informati ...
 
Data isn't only a story of numbers … or information … or insight. We forget, it is also about the people who interpret that data. Looking for Humanity in Data seeks to explain the ways in which behavioral data represents the mind and emotions of those who generate it. We do this by engaging with data science specialists and practitioners in this space. Our purpose is to translate from the scientific to the every day impact of technology on the individual. We'll discuss topics about informati ...
 
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Game Retro
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Video games don't exist in a vacuum. They reflect the world around us, and their success—or failure—has a strong effect on the people who make them. When it's an independent video game, one that a small team pours their hearts and souls into, it matters even more. Game Retro takes a retrospective look at independent video games from more than five years ago. We not only talk to one of its creators about how it's impacted their life, but we look at the bigger picture. How do these games inter ...
 
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Gerardo, Scott, and Carlos talk with Robert Leonard, former President of the History of Economics Society and Professor of Economics at Université du Québec à Montréal. The discussion ranges from the history of game theory to the "Buddhist economics" of E. F. Schumacher, Professor Leonard's latest research subject, to his experiences studying u ...…
 
We’re all at this point used to food terms being thrown around in the grocery store – organic, GMO-free, natural, superfoods… but what do these really mean? Superfoods is a term that I’m also fascinated by. My guest this week is award winning producer, director, filmmaker, and writer, Ann Shin, who explores this in her documentary, The Superfoo ...…
 
Rucka Rucka Ali (born January 27, 1987) is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, radio personality, comedian, YouTuber, parodist and satirist. He is best known for his dark comedy political and topical song parodies on YouTube. http://ruckasworld.comBy Father Syn.
 
When people endure trauma, how can we help them heal? Some researchers have argued that alternatives to the conventional medical practices used in places like the United States might help. On this episode we talk with James Gordon of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine and Georgetown Medical School about his book, The Transformation: Discovering ...…
 
When people endure trauma, how can we help them heal? Some researchers have argued that alternatives to the conventional medical practices used in places like the United States might help. On this episode we talk with James Gordon of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine and Georgetown Medical School about his book, The Transformation: Discovering ...…
 
Scott Johnson, is the host of the podcast What Was That Like. Like me he is curious and likes to ask to ask questions. Scott says, "When I hear that someone has gone through a really unusual ordeal, I naturally want to know more about it. https://whatwasthatlike.comBy Father Son.
 
One of us has been watching Pose, and one of us just started watching Pose.By Urban Home Companion.
 
One of us has been watching Pose, and one of us just started watching Pose.By Urban Home Companion.
 
When a mother with minor children is imprisoned, she is far from the only one facing consequences. Their children can end up cared for in multiple placements, they’re often unable to attend school and they’re stigmatised. These effects on the children of the incarcerated, although predictable, have been poorly understood precisely because almos ...…
 
Innovation can improve our work in many different areas of life. Sometimes it springs from old ideas. On this episode, we talk with social science researcher Lanae Hood of Meredith College. When trying to improve nutrition among food assistance program participants, she looked outside and brought together community partners in one North Carolin ...…
 
Innovation can improve our work in many different areas of life. Sometimes it springs from old ideas. On this episode, we talk with social science researcher Lanae Hood of Meredith College. When trying to improve nutrition among food assistance program participants, she looked outside and brought together community partners in one North Carolin ...…
 
There are certain people in this world that I could just listen to forever, they’re an absolute wealth of knowledge and experiences and my first guest of season 4, Arlene Stein, is one of those people. Arlene is the founder and executive director of the Terroir Symposium, a catalyst for creative collaboration and social and environmental respon ...…
 
In this episode I talk to Jess from the Shoes,Boos,and Tattoos podcast. We talk a little about modern day witchcraft and more. Check out Jess https://audioboom.com/channels/4989409By Father Syn.
 
This episode I sit down with the one of the hosts from the Sick and Podcast "https://www.sickandwrongpodcast.com" Dee Simon and discuss his experiences as a strip club Dj and the book he wrote about it " Play something dancey"!!! https://www.amazon.com/Play-Something-Dancy-Dee-Simon/dp/0988347466/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= You ...…
 
Anyone who has spent time around a teenager knows rebellion and self-discovery are part of the experience. In our current world, though, many teenagers struggle with anxiety, depression, or confusion as well. Researchers are starting to learn about approaches that can help people of all ages, including teens. In this episode, we talk with Karen ...…
 
Anyone who has spent time around a teenager knows rebellion and self-discovery are part of the experience. In our current world, though, many teenagers struggle with anxiety, depression, or confusion as well. Researchers are starting to learn about approaches that can help people of all ages, including teens. In this episode, we talk with Karen ...…
 
Hey everyone! Just a quick solo episode coming from me today to share a peak of what's to come for season 4. We're making a few big (and small) changes that I'm really excited about! Season 4 starts NEXT Tuesday, Oct 1st so be sure to tune in to hear an incredible guest!
 
Toussaint wraps up 16 years with a theater company, and Joetta regrets not buying a coffee mug.By Urban Home Companion.
 
Toussaint wraps up 16 years with a theater company, and Joetta regrets not buying a coffee mug.By Urban Home Companion.
 
John Woodruff is an actor and producer, known for Animal Among Us (2019), Fear the Dead and Lockbox (2017).By Father Syn.
 
How to inspire people to take part in solving the great challenges of today's world? How to find a strong life purpose? And what is the key to longterm motivation and success? Eric wrote a bestselling book Unlock Your Personal Charisma and become one of the most recognized speakers in Asia. He is originally from Singapore and was studying in th ...…
 
How to inspire people to take part in solving the great challenges of today's world? How to find a strong life purpose? And what is the key to longterm motivation and success? Eric wrote a bestselling book Unlock Your Personal Charisma and become one of the most recognized speakers in Asia. He is originally from Singapore and was studying in th ...…
 
Today’s pop up episode features Bruce McAdams, a professor in the School of Hospitality, Food, and Tourism Management at the University of Guelph. He joined the faculty in 2009 after over 20 years of leadership experience in the Ontario hospitality industry. After starting his management career in operations and training with Darden Restaurants ...…
 
Pamela Spain is a healthcare delivery expert who helps to translate research for a variety of audiences. She has done considerable work on cancer care. Recently, she was diagnosed with cancer. On this episode, we talk about her journey and its implications for future healthcare delivery research.
 
Pamela Spain is a healthcare delivery expert who helps to translate research for a variety of audiences. She has done considerable work on cancer care. Recently, she was diagnosed with cancer. On this episode, we talk about her journey and its implications for future healthcare delivery research.
 
As the conversations and concern about the climate crisis continue to grow on a global scale, can be overwhelming on a personal level thinking about solutions. Sometimes we feel an individual burden around our choices when it comes to food, waste, or consumerism. My guest this week, Dr. Philip Loring, is someone I always look to when I need a m ...…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall are joined by Alain Marciano and Jean-Baptiste Fleury, co-winners of this year's Craufurd Goodwin Prize for Best Article in the History of Economics for their article "The Making of a Constitutionalist: James Buchanan on Education." In addition to their joint p ...…
 
In many jurisdictions around the United States, a bureaucratic trail of sexual assault evidence kits has sat largely unprocessed and unresolved. A team of researchers is using social science to understand the scope and underlying causes for that delay. On this episode, we talk with Patricia Melton of RTI International about her team's interdisc ...…
 
In many jurisdictions around the United States, a bureaucratic trail of sexual assault evidence kits has sat largely unprocessed and unresolved. A team of researchers is using social science to understand the scope and underlying causes for that delay. On this episode, we talk with Patricia Melton of RTI International about her team's interdisc ...…
 
Today’s episode is one of the pop-up episodes of AnthroDish which focus in on some of the speakers and guests of the 2019 Terroir Food Symposium. These are quick mini episodes that capture some of the perspectives of folks in the food industry around the theme of choices – the choices they make within their own work and its impact on their comm ...…
 
A lobotomy, or leucotomy, is a form of psychosurgery, a neurosurgical treatment of a mental disorder that involves severing connections in the brain's prefrontal cortex. Most of the connections to and from the prefrontal cortex, the anterior part of the frontal lobes of the brain, are severed.By Father Syn.
 
One of the most salient aspects of what generally makes a ritual a ritual is that you can’t tell from the actions themselves why they have to be done that way – and that fascinates anthropologist Harvey Whitehouse. By his own admission, what intrigues the statutory chair in social anthropology and professorial fellow of Magdalen College, Univer ...…
 
A face app that can enhance your societal power, rank, and privilege, and a short story about the cops ruining fun, black time.By Urban Home Companion.
 
A face app that can enhance your societal power, rank, and privilege, and a short story about the cops ruining fun, black time.By Urban Home Companion.
 
Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world. It is also the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. In this episode I will discuss the history of beer.By Father Son.
 
Going postal is an American English slang phrase referring to becoming extremely and uncontrollably angry, often to the point of violence, and usually in a workplace environment. This episode we dive into some postal attacks plus we talk about th e1st amendment audit movement.By Father Son.
 
Many of us can remember someone calling us at home on a landline phone or stopping us in a parking lot with a pencil and paper to ask survey questions. Machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other new technologies are transforming the work of measuring public opinion, though, and we seem to be at the dawn of a new chapter of survey rese ...…
 
Many of us can remember someone calling us at home on a landline phone or stopping us in a parking lot with a pencil and paper to ask survey questions. Machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other new technologies are transforming the work of measuring public opinion, though, and we seem to be at the dawn of a new chapter of survey rese ...…
 
Many news stories in recent years have referred to climate change and yet it isn’t yet clear how families are talking about the phenomenon or how that sort of discussion might matter for society. At least one team thinks that engagement with middle school students offers an important path forward. In this episode, we talk with Danielle Lawson o ...…
 
Many news stories in recent years have referred to climate change and yet it isn’t yet clear how families are talking about the phenomenon or how that sort of discussion might matter for society. At least one team thinks that engagement with middle school students offers an important path forward. In this episode, we talk with Danielle Lawson o ...…
 
Organic agriculture is a term we hear and use an awful lot, but do we stop to think about how complex and fascinating different organic farming systems are? This week's guest, Dr. Sacha Cody speaks with me today about organic agricultural movements in China, framing them as a form of exemplary agriculture. Sacha is currently a postdoctoral fell ...…
 
If Naomi Campbell gets maltreatment, there's no hope for really any of us.By Urban Home Companion.
 
If Naomi Campbell gets maltreatment, there's no hope for really any of us.By Urban Home Companion.
 
Banachek, is an English mentalist, magician, and "thought reader." Banachek first came to public attention as a teenager for his role in James Randi's Project Alpha experiment, which exposed the lack of objectivity in parapsychology research. Promos by http://brohiopodcast.com https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/a2pbg-6c361/Corpus-Delicti-Po ...…
 
In Episode Twenty Three, Professor Richard van den Berg of Kingston University London joins Carlos, Scott, and Gerardo to talk about the life and times, and economic ideas of Richard Cantillon, the early 18th-century Irish-French economist, banker, and financial rapscallion. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar: A History of Economics Podcast is supp ...…
 
Today’s mini episode is a pop-up live from the 2019 Terroir Food Symposium in Toronto this past may. It features Jesse Baillie of Uncle Jesse Cocktails and Brand Ambassador for Top Shelf Distillers. Top Shelf Distillers was born in Perth Ontario, and crafts spirits from locally sourced natural ingredients, with a tree being planted for every bo ...…
 
Popular culture has tended to depict bureaucracy in a negative light but social science research has suggested some opportunities to model well-functioning organizations. In this episode, Leisha DeHart-Davis of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill talks about innovations in improving how bureaucracies function.…
 
Popular culture has tended to depict bureaucracy in a negative light but social science research has suggested some opportunities to model well-functioning organizations. In this episode, Leisha DeHart-Davis of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill talks about innovations in improving how bureaucracies function.…
 
A mass shooting was carried out in Dayton, Ohio, United States, on August 4, 2019. Ten people were killed, including the perpetrator, and 27 others were injured.By Synful LTD.
 
Dr Peter Hotez has devoted most of his professional life to developing vaccines to combat neglected tropical diseases that affect millions of the most impoverished people in the world. More recently he has also become an outspoken and prominent advocate for vaccines in the face of the growing anti-vaccine movement. In this episode Dr Hotez open ...…
 
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