Best Societies podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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John F. Kennedy Secret Societies Speech (full version) - 04-27-1961audio EnglishAddress: The President and the Press. Given before The American Newspaper Publishers Asociation. Waldorf Astoria Hotel New York City. April 27, 1961
 
Lecture series from Linacre College. Including a series of anthropology lectures, Societies In Transition
 
A podcast brought to you by UCC Societies.
 
Institute of Historical Research, University of London
 
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In this episode we were joined by the Chairperson of UCC Journalism Society and discussed what to expect from them for the year.
 
Host Alexandra Machado IFRC’s WASH in Public Health senior officer and George MUGAMBI, IFRC,s WASH East Africa officer deployed as a Regional Disaster Response Team member to Lusaka , Zambia for the Cholera outbreak response 2017. About the challenges and strengths of providing appropriate water, sanitation and Hygiene support in the response o ...…
 
The very first episode of UCC Societies Podcast. We talk how to set up a society!
 
Host Will Carter and Mina Mojtahedi, IFRC’s disability inclusion lead, about the difficulties of providing appropriate water and sanitation facilities for people with disabilities in often already challenging situations. Part of IFRC’s coverage of World Water Day. Download podcast The post WASHcast – Disability inclusion and WASH appeared first ...…
 
William Carter talks with Alexandra Machado about her new role in IFRC covering hygiene promotion and menstrual hygiene, and the challenges of bringing WASH solutions to Bangladesh. Download podcast The post WASHcast – The challenges of bringing WASH to Bangladesh appeared first on International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.…
 
Download: Primer A short explanation of the different terms we use to describe our work. The post IFRC WASHcast primer: WASH and WatSan appeared first on International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
 
Download: Episode 1 Will Carter introduces Katy Eves, Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases Programmes Manager, The MENTOR Initiative, about the challenges of dealing with vector-borne diseases, which could potentially affect 2.5 billion people in 100 countries. Website: www.watsanmissionassistant.org The post IFRC WASHcast: episode 1 – vecto ...…
 
Download: Introduction Will Carter introduces the new podcast from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies covering everything to do with water, sanitation, toilets and hygiene. Future episodes will include interviews from people within the sector, notes from the field and news on WASH innovations. Don’t forget to s ...…
 
John F. Kennedy Secret Societies Speech (full version) - 04-27-1961audio EnglishAddress: The President and the Press. Given before The American Newspaper Publishers Asociation. Waldorf Astoria Hotel New York City. April 27, 1961By crisjoelr89@gmail.com (chiki&bella).
 
The closing keynote by Dr Jane Potter illuminates how medics and nurses charged with treating the war wounded responded to and processed their experiences, analysing the stories these healers left behind and the silent spaces within them.
 
In the first keynote of the conference, Professor John Horne (Trinity College Dublin, University of Oxford) explores the convergence of the public and private spheres during the Great War through the practice of letter-writing.
 
Institute of Historical ResearchCommunicationsCounty Organisations: Born AgainChristine WoodlandCounty Societies Symposium
 
Institute of Historical ResearchCommunicationsCommunicating with the county history communityStuart Bligh(Kent Archives)County Societies Symposium
 
Institute of Historical ResearchNew Resources Arthur Burns(King's College London)County Societies Symposium
 
Institute of Historical ResearchCommunicationsHistory SPOT - communicating through the WebMatt Phillpott(IHR)County Societies Symposium
 
Institute of Historical ResearchPublishing our Research Some observations on publishing in paperAlan Crosby(Editor, The Local Historian)County Societies Symposium
 
Institute of Historical ResearchPublishing our Research VCH ExploreElizabeth Williamson(Victoria County History/IHR)County Societies Symposium
 
Professor Rayner talks about society in the 21st century the impacts of science and technology, particularly cyber-technology and the Internet. He also asks how new technology will change society and what it means to be a person.
 
Professor Palmer looks at the Industrial Revolution and how it transformed societies. She also examines the idea that the Revolution is as important to civilization as the transition from hunter-gatherers to farming societies thousands of years ago.
 
Dr Ward-Perkins (Trinity College, Oxford) examines the Roman-made ecological disasters and examines how far the environmental pollution contributed to the fall of Rome and why this matters in today's world.
 
Lecture on Britain under Roman rule and the incorporation of Britain into the Roman world. Professor Gosden also talks about the significance of our environment, the outside, material world, and how it influences historical events in ancient history.
 
A lecture on the origins of the classical world: from the growth of Minoan Crete during the Bronze Age, 2000 BCE, where a possible volcanic eruption on Santorini led to the destruction of Minoan Crete and a catalyst to the creation of the Classical world.
 
Professor David Killick (Dept. Anthropology, University of Arizona) talks about the invention of metallurgy and the transition from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age and what the social roles of emerging metallurgy were in societies throughout the world.
 
Professor Graeme Barker talks about the transition from hunter-gatherer societies to farming societies in the Stone Age in South East Asian Islands. He discusses the various reasons why this transition took place and the advantages it brought to people.
 
Professor Chris Stringer, Research Leader in the Paleontology department at the Natural History Museum, discusses skeletal, DNA and behavioural evidence that sheds light on the transition between neanderthals and modern humans.
 
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