Best academia podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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MuggleNet Academia
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Harry Potter Academic podcast brought to you by the staff of MuggleNet.com, the World's #1 Harry Potter Fan Site, and John Granger, the Hogwarts Professor
 
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You've Got This | Productivity Tips & Strategies for Faculty & Higher Education Professionals Looking to Thrive in Academia
 
You've Got This is a weekly podcast for faculty and higher education professionals looking to increase their confidence and capacity for juggling the day-to-day demands of an academic life.
 
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Blunt Dissection: The best minds in veterinary medicine, academia & business profiled so you can learn from their experience.
 
Blunt Dissection is the podcast where the best minds in veterinary medicine, business, academia, not-for-profit and politics are profiled/deconstructed so you can learn the habits, routines, thought processes and anything else that makes these individuals so good at what they do. What’s in it for you? That’s an easy one… simply this, once you’ve seen the pathway to success all you have to do is follow the breadcrumbs. Simple right? So what are you waiting for? Let's jump in.Sometimes funny, ...
 
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Organized Movement Inside Academia
 
This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution By license and should never be sold.
 
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On Your Mind Neuroscience Podcast
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An in depth look at cutting edge neuroscience.
 
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Academia Church
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New podcast weblog
 
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You're the Expert
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Three comedians try to guess what a leading expert does all day and learn why their research is important. You're the Expert brings academia out of the Ivory Tower and into your iPhone. Hosted by Chris Duffy. Produced by Pretty Good Friends.
 
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Academia Church
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New podcast weblog
 
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Academia Nuts Podcast
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Welcome to the Academia Nuts Podcast, recorded in beautiful Asheboro, North Carolina at Randolph Community College. Set sail with us on our voyage onto the sea of podcasting! Join the Academia Nuts team of as we chart a course to discover new and exciting things about higher education. There will be news, discussion and a panel quiz! Jump on board!
 
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Breaking Bio
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A group of biologists brings you into the world of evolution and biodiversity research by interviewing the people making new and exciting discoveries about our world.
 
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ACADEMIA INTERNACIONAL DE CINEMA
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www.aicinema.com.br - São Paulo - Brasil
 
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Careers in Chemistry: Academia
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Careers in Chemistry: Academia
 
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Careers in Chemistry: Academia
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Careers in Chemistry: Academia
 
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Understanding Latin American Politics: The Podcast
 
This podcast looks at the current political situation in Latin America and tries to make sense of it.
 
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Careers in Chemistry: Beyond Academia
 
Love chemistry but not sure about academia? Listen to Oxford alumni at all stages of their careers talk about the ways they have used chemistry to pursue industry research, patent law, science journalism and more. To learn more about our links with alumni and to find more information on careers services, etc, please visit http://alumni.chem.ox.ac.uk/.
 
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Careers in Chemistry: Beyond Academia
 
Careers in Chemistry: Beyond Academia
 
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Careers in Chemistry: Beyond Academia
 
Careers in Chemistry: Beyond Academia
 
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Little Witch Academia After Show
 
The Worldwide Leader in TV Discussion
 
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Aca-Media Podcast - Aca-Media
 
Aca-Media is a monthly podcast sponsored by Cinema Journal that presents an academic perspective on media. Hosts Christine Becker and Michael Kackman explore current scholarship, issues in the media industries, questions in pedagogy, professional development, and events in the world of media studies. Questions and comments can be sent to info@aca-media.org.
 
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The Anthill
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Unearthing stories from the world of academia.
 
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Faculty of Horror » Podcast Feed
 
Podcasting from the Horrored Halls of Academia
 
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Using People’s Names to Infer Their Origins – Implications for Academia, Government and Commerce - Audio
 
Using People’s Names to Infer Their Origins – Implications for Academia, Government and Commerce - Audio
 
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Changing Academic Life
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Academic life is changing and many of us are drowning in increasing work demands. What are the choices each of us can make to change our own situations for the better? And can we change the academic game more generally? Academics and thought leaders share experiences, tips...
 
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Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal - Cardiopulmonary PT Journal Podcast
 
This podcast serves to help facilitate discussion and dissemination of research and clinical practice within the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary PT.
 
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Using People’s Names to Infer Their Origins – Implications for Academia, Government and Commerce - Video
 
Using People’s Names to Infer Their Origins – Implications for Academia, Government and Commerce - Video
 
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Imagine Otherwise
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Imagine Otherwise is a podcast about the people and projects bridging art, activism, and academia to build better worlds. Episodes offer in-depth interviews with creators who use culture for social justice, and explore the nitty-gritty work of imagining and creating more just worlds.
 
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The McGill Law Journal Podcast
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Under volume 57, the McGill Law Journal became the first Canadian legal journal to launch a significant podcast series. The goal was to increase the Journal’s online presence by providing a forum in which to discuss important legal questions, while connecting with our audience in a deeper way. Please email journal.law@mcgill.ca if you have any questions or suggestions regarding our Podcast series. Subscribe on iTunes here: http://bit.ly/1r8tuZd
 
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Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar: A History of Economics Podcast
 
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.
 
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Sad Girls Club
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Sad Girls Club is a podcast hosted by two brown girls attempting to survive the legacy of colonization. Each week we discuss current events/news and theorize on general topics and systems of oppression.
 
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AcademiGig | A Podcast for Current and Future Academic Creatives, Freelancers & Entrepreneurs
 
A seasonal podcast with tools, tactics, and strategies for current and future academic creatives, freelancers, & entrepreneurs hosted by Drs. Katie Linder and Sara Langworthy.
 
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Plus Ultra
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My Hero Academia (Boku No Hero Academia in Japan) is a shonen anime released in 2016 by Toho Animation, and simulcast in America on Crunchyroll and Funimation. It's a show about family, community, and being strong as fuck in a world full of shit. Join us as we recap each episode and discuss some of the themes and ideas it presents!
 
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TBD The Podcast
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This is our podcast, our thoughts, and feelings. Yes feelings, a lot of them! Two graduate students, two archaeologists, two feminists, two queer ladies!
 
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Wiretap
Weekly
 
Wiretap is two guys’ journey to discover their actual beliefs. Full of friendly arguing, fervent narcissism, and abounding faggotry, each episode begins with one of us asking the other a question. A question about politics, culture, or whatever is on our mind. A question unbeknownst until the time of its asking.
 
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Other Life
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Everything I don't get to say in normal life, plus friends.
 
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Times Higher Education
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The latest university news, higher education analysis and world university rankings discussion. Essential listening for academics and university professional staff, and those with a keen interest in academia. Times Higher Education: at the heart of higher education debate.
 
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SuchThatCast - Behind the Philosophy
 
SuchThatCast is dedicated to getting to know some of the most influential philosophers (broadly speaking) of today. It seeks to provide an alternative to most other philosophy podcasts (many of which are excellent), by taking the form of a face-to-face conversation (I will never do a phone/skype interview) where the guest is free (and encouraged) to share information about themselves that may not be appropriate in other forums: this includes stories about their unique and often unconventiona ...
 
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Podcast
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A Network for academics and practitioners engaged in sexual health research
 
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History Slam Podcast
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History Slam is a conversational podcast that features discussions and debates around various historical topics or issues relevant to the understanding of history. Whether we talk with a historian about their new book or a musician about including historical references in their songs, History Slam focuses on the stories of the past, how those stories influence us today, and their role in shaping our shared culture. Within a relaxed environment we’re going to try and have some fun with histor ...
 
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Sustainable Nano
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a blog by the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology
 
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Under The Skin with Russell Brand
 
My new podcast 'Under The Skin' asks: what's beneath the surface - of people we admire, of the ideas that define our time, of the history we are told. Speaking with guests from the world of academia, popular culture and the arts, they'll help us to see the ulterior truth behind our constructed reality. And have a laugh.
 
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Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show
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Glenn Loury invites guests from the worlds of academia, journalism and public affairs to share insights on economic, political and social issues.
 
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On TAP: A Theatre and Performance Studies Podcast
 
On TAP is a three-headed, freewheeling conversation about topics of current interest to graduate students, professors, independent scholars, and all those interested in academic Theatre and Performance Studies. Each edition features established scholars in Theatre and Performance Studies chatting about several topics of field-wide interest, including trends in ideas and scholarly methods, pedagogy, career development, notable developments in research, publishing and hiring, and news-worthy e ...
 
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Academic Trax
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Welcome to Academic Trax, where two junior faculty members provide expert advice on topics beyond their expertise!
 
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Not So Standard Deviations
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Not So Standard Deviations: The Data Science Podcast Roger Peng and Hilary Parker talk about the latest in data science and data analysis in academia and industry. Co-hosts: Roger Peng of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Hilary Parker of Stitch Fix.
 
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The Front Row
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What it takes to solve the problems of the future.
 
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Wide Open Air Exchange
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The Wide Open Air Exchange is the place you'll go to learn a little about a lot of different subjects by listening to conversations with specialists in their fields and enthusiasts with special interests and experiences. Expand your general knowledge or find inspiration for vocational pursuits. Key themes are how people got interested in what they do and their career pathways and life stories. The ethos behind the podcast is an effort to move beyond small talk and formalities to have more pe ...
 
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Wiretap
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Wiretap is two guys’ journey to discover their actual beliefs. Full of friendly arguing, fervent narcissism, and abounding faggotry, each episode begins with one of us asking the other a question. A question about politics, culture, or whatever is on our mind. A question unbeknownst until the time of its asking.
 
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Doublespeaking
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A podcast exploring how simple language has been subverted and repurposed to influence our thinking and change the way we talk - and listen.
 
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Tell Me Something I Don't Know
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Journalism wrapped in a game-show package. Host Stephen J. Dubner (of “Freakonomics Radio”) and a celebrity co-host invite guests on stage in front of a live audience to tell us something we don’t know. The co-hosts — a mix of leaders in science, academia, sports, media, and comedy — grill the guests, and by the end we’ve all gotten a bit smarter. Each episode has a new topic, a new co-host, and new guests. There’s also a real-time human fact-checker to keep everyone honest. Think of the mos ...
 
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Patterson in Pursuit: Philosophy | Politics | Religion
 
Interviews with intellectuals from across the globe. Topics include philosophy, religion, science, politics, economics, and everything else that's important to humans. Steve Patterson is a philosopher working outside of academia, and he is currently traveling the world to interview people in the pursuit of truth.
 
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You may be familiar with Tom's long-standard theory that the pharmaceutical companies are a scam. Maggie has a similar theory, though the onus for her was thyroid disease rather than the news. Meanwhile, academia is full of idiots. Still.
 
Angelo, Jaime, and special guest Rob Bauer have some...issues with this year's nominees for Crunchyroll's Best Anime Awards.
 
This week on Middle Theory, we examine Trump’s first State of the Union address and the double-standards within politics and the entertainment industry. This week sees another installment of the upcoming Water Wars that the world is going to eventually face, caused in part by bottling companies and their massive, and oftentimes illegal/unethica ...…
 
Did you know that the biotech industry works to discredit and silence scientists who question the health and safety of genetically engineered crops and their associated herbicides? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Paul Thacker, investigative journalist and former Fellow at the Edmo ...…
 
Larry La Fountain, Topo Gigio, a giant duck, and others crash the set of Despacito in La Perla, Puerto Rico. Photo collage: Fausto Fernós. Folks were madder than Kanye when Despacito got overlooked at the Grammys. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s monster hit may be the most outrageous snub in Grammy history. Despacito is one of only 20 songs in hi ...…
 
Larry La Fountain, Topo Gigio, a giant duck, and others crash the set of Despacito in La Perla, Puerto Rico. Photo collage: Fausto Fernós. Folks were madder than Kanye when Despacito got overlooked at the Grammys. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s monster hit may be the most outrageous snub in Grammy history. Despacito is one of only 20 songs in hi ...…
 
Some people want to meet their heroes; writer/historian Dennis McNally made a career out of meeting his. Already the author of the definitive Beat biography, Desolate Angel: Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation and America, his life changed when he met with Jerry Garcia in 1980. He became the Grateful Dead’s biographer, and then a few years later ...…
 
Is academia the best place to do philosophy? Independent philosopher Steve Patterson became disillusioned with academia during his time in college and has since decided to pursue philosophy full time outside the academy. He doesn't mince words when it comes to his views on academic philosophy. For Steve, the university system is perverted by po ...…
 
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Inconceivable!
 
In This Episode:Wesley explains the evolution of video gamesAlex show his plus ultra love for My Hero Academia William dorks out over Jessica Nigri's documentary
 
This week, we talk about Jim's continued battle against the Internet Illuminati, James chases the W2 Ghosts and both discuss movies like Dunkirk and Kong: Skull Island and anime like My Hero Academia S2 and more!Thanks for supporting the show at patreon.com/elbowrocket & twitch.tv/falconflavoredpunch !…
 
In this episode, I discuss what it means to be a Dirtbag in reference to Scott McClanahan’s The Sarah Book, and relate the true story of my high school years, when I found myself very much in love with a girl (Noelle), who I wanted to take to an Iron Maiden concert, even though she had a boyfriend, but who ended up taking *me* to an Iron Maiden ...…
 
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Titans Of Nuclear | Interviewing World Experts on Nuclear Energy
 
In this episode we interview Todd Allen, one of the top U.S. experts in nuclear energy. Todd’s played a critical role in supporting the advancement of the next generation of nuclear technologies serving roles throughout our national lab system, in academia, the think-tank world and more. In this episode Todd’ reveals tremendous insights around: ...…
 
I have an idea for a bajillion dollar franchise butcha gotta listen to the end to find out! Also Tyler breaks all of our hearts with his Blade Runner 2049 review. Boy, we sure do talk about that movie a lot. Download to listen to us discuss a memorial for a Taco Bell, Nintendo Labo, My Hero Academia, Paddington 2, Blade Runner 2049, and Sequels ...…
 
A new member of the Suicide Squad is revealed, Senku’s father brings tears to the eye, and Erina takes her school teacher kink to the extreme. My Hero Academia ch. 166 – 7:36 Food Wars ch. 246 – 25:01 Dr. Stone ch. 42 – 36:32 Bozebeats ch. 1 – 49:46 We Never Learn ch. 46 – 56:01 The Promised Neverland ch. 70 – 1:07:07 Seven Deadly Sins ch. 250 ...…
 
[Anne and Gillian host Drexel University’s Katherine Jordan who directs the program there funded by the Coulter Foundation, a nationwide resource for developing and commercializing biomedical engineering advances from the very early stages to venture funding. In the course of her career as a fund manager, she has reviewed around 150 startups an ...…
 
My Hero SASSademia is your weekly spoiler cast for My Hero Academia. This week, in a very special episode of My Hero SASSademia, Michael and Robert review My Hero Academia season 1, hand out our season awards (the SASSys), and review the season based upon an arbitrary number of Deku tears.
 
Podcast: Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | RSS THIS WEEK: In this episode, everyone gets kidnapped over and over again. We revisit some old friends in the form of recycled props and indoor sets; live wrestling coverage in the seventies; why are Japanese hiking songs so depressing; NARUTAKI GO HOME WHAT ARE YOU DOING ...…
 
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Otaku Spirit Anime
 
After a long break from the news, the Otaku Spirit Animecast hosts are back to run through the bits that they deem interesting. From the Anime Awards, to the new streaming scene, nothing is off limits!Topics this episode: Crunchyroll Awards, Mirai in the Future, My Hero Academia Movie, Yu Yu Hakusho anime, ending manga, Non Non Biyori Movie, Su ...…
 
Make beef out of plants instead of cows and you can begin to save the planet. That's what inspired award-winning scientist Patrick Brown to leave his professorship at Stanford University and found Impossible Foods. In conversation with Stanford Professor of the Practice Tina Seelig, Brown describes how his singular passion for impact prompted h ...…
 
Andrew Sercombe from Great Britain works outside the establishment in his own business as a “therapeutic coach.” He brings enormous enthusiasm, spirituality, sound values and practical psychology to his high impact, short-term approach to helping people find and pursue what they want in life. To those of us accustomed to a slower more leisurely ...…
 
This episode Jose and Kevin have an in-depth discussion on the film Call Me By Your Name! Before that Jose gets into the news. After that they get into what they've watched. Jose watched Paterson and The Big Sick, also Crashing. Kevin watched some heavy hitters including The Shape of Water and Coco, and briefly mentions My Hero Academia. After ...…
 
Dr. Ashwini Tambe is an Associate Professor of Women's Studies at University of Maryland-College Park. She has recently been writing about the #metoo movement. We discussed the precursors to this public outcry about sexual harassment, abuse, and violence; what it means to survivors/victims to be living through this moment; and how we should und ...…
 
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Forecast: climate conversations with Michael White
 
Libby Barnes, like essentially no one else on Forecast, wanted to be a professor from age 12. Specifically, a physics professor. And indeed, climate science almost lost Libby to neutrinos. But an instrumentation disaster, and the associated personal mayhem in the research group, made Libby realize that she was geared more for solving a great ma ...…
 
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You've Got This | Productivity Tips & Strategies for Faculty & Higher Education Professionals Looking to Thrive in Academia
 
In this episode, I share twelve new books I've added to my shelves over the holidays. Please offer your feedback about the show or ideas for future episodes and topics in the comments below, by contacting me via email, or by connecting with me on Twitter @Katie__Linder or @YGT_podcast. You can also hear me each week on the Research in Action po ...…
 
In this week's BONUS EPISODE Kurt and Jane talk about our all-time favourite tv show; Marvel's Agents of SHIELD! It's a real journey as we go through the best and worst moments of the series, with topics such as Coulson's weak characterisation, the ethical exploration of artificial intelligence, and Space Boyfriend. Things take a turn for the r ...…
 
My Hero SASSademia is your weekly spoiler cast for My Hero Academia. This week, Michael and Robert discuss episode 13 “Upon Each of Their Hearts”, hand out our weekly awards, and review the episode based upon an arbitrary number of Deku tears.
 
My very first comic podcast!In this episode, I'm talking about MY HERO ACADEMIA, my current favorite Neo Classic Shonen Manga.
 
Buka Komik Chapter 1: My Hero Academia (Opening) • Buka Komik Chapter 1: My Hero Academia (1. Overview)
 
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Weekly Manga Recap
 
Like a fighting game come to life--including a couple of button mashers. Kengan Ashua – 1:19 My Hero Academia ch. 164 – 34:05 Astra Lost in Space ch. 48 – 50:16 Boruto ch. 19 – 1:02:16 Food Wars ch. 244 – 1:15:38 Dr. Stone ch. 40 – 1:28:06 We Never Learn ch. 44 – 1:48:38 The Promised Neverland ch. 68 – 1:51:36 Seven Deadly Sins ch. 248 – 1:55:4 ...…
 
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