Best culturalstudies podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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SAGE Cultural Studies
Daily+
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast from SAGE for Cultural Studies. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
 
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Centre for Cultural Studies Research, UEL - occasional events podcast
 
Audio recordings of events organised by the Centre for Cultural Studies Research, University of East London
 
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World Champions Podcast
Monthly+
 
Professional wrestling has had a magnificently wild history. Join narrator J Onwuka on an exploration of how a sport became an artform, how business rose and fell, and how legendary wrestlers came to dominate this distinctly modern genre.
 
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Cultural Studies at School of Advanced Study
 
Cultural Studies at School of Advanced Study
 
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Culture, Power and Politics » Podcast
 
An open seminar
 
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Education Eclipse
Monthly
 
These are the conversations happening inside education that are going to transform education. Covering all aspects of teaching and learning, educational leadership and psychology, counseling psychology, kinesiology and sport management, it’s Education Eclipse from Washington State University's College of Education.
 
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The Story Cauldron Podcast
Weekly
 
"Finding the folktales, fables, and philosophies behind your favorite Hollywood films." The Story Cauldron is a weekly podcast that explores the stories behind the cinematic stories you love. Join us every Wednesday as we dive into what Tolkien called the "Cauldron of Story" to see where our movies come from.
 
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Iconicast
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A Scholarly Geek Out
 
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Cultural Technologies
Rare
 
Cultural Technologies features conversations with scholars, artists and scientists on current topics in media, art, science and technology. It is hosted by Bernard Dionysius Geoghegan, a researcher in media and cultural studies at the Humboldt University in Berlin. For more information visit www.bernardg.com.
 
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Veteran Institute
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Veteran Culture Radio™ explores topics surrounding veteran acculturation, reintegration, and transitional issues for the benefit of its diverse array of listeners. In an ongoing effort to raise education and awareness levels surrounding the lifestyles of military and veteran families, subject matter experts and related professionals are interviewed to shed light on community programs of interest, explore cultural nuances, to discuss multidisciplinary issues affecting the military and veteran ...
 
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Deconstructing Culture Podcast
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Marketing-centric cultural studies analyzing advertisements, movies, music videos, and other popular media.
 
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CSMC Podcast
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Critical Studies in Media Communication, a Routledge and National Communication Association journal, provides a home for scholarship in media and mass communication from a cultural studies and critical perspective.
 
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Under the Covers
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This weekend, a brand new programme on Radio 3, "Under the Covers". It's chance for us to discuss the pressing issues of the past week and how it was covered in the media. Join Lisa Leung and her guests as she uncovers the week’s stories, Saturday morning’s at 8:30 (Saturdays, 8.30am-9am) Podcast: Weekly update and available after its broadcast. Lisa Leung is the Associate Professor, Department of Cultural Studies at Lingnan University. Her areas of interest are: Media Studies, Cultural Stud ...
 
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CSMC Podcast
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Critical Studies in Media Communication, a Routledge and National Communication Association journal, provides a home for scholarship in media and mass communication from a cultural studies and critical perspective.
 
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Returning to the Body Mind with Dr. Melissa West
 
Returning to the Body Mind is a radio show that revisits the wisdom of the body as the seat of the soul. With so much talk in the media about manifesting and mind over matter we may have forgotten about the importance of the health of our bodies as the foundation for spiritual and personal growth. There is a deep-seated tradition of thinking in the Western world that privileges the mind over the body. Yet even as spiritual beings we inhabit human bodies. The body is truly a temple for our sp ...
 
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Understanding Media: The Extensions of Memes
 
The Extensions of Memes is a metastable project combining McLuhan's work on media with the conception of memes by Dawkins. Who is in charge here, humans or technology? How well does a memetic mediation theory hold up in the world of cultural studies?
 
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Thousand Miles up the Nile, A by EDWARDS, Amelia Ann Blanford
 
Amelia B. Edwards wrote this historical, egyptological, and cultural study in in 1877, and it became an immediate best-seller, reprinted in 1888 at home in England and abroad. She travelled throughout Egypt at a time when most women didn't leave home. One of the pioneering Egyptologists of the age, she established the Edwards Chair of Egyptology, occupied first by the great Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie. This book is in a sense a seminal work, known to have influenced the modern writin ...
 
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In Gavura’s work the poetic persona has a strong empathy with nature, seeing it as an example of both a non-human otherness and as part of God’s creation. As a theologian Gavura regards nature and humanity as part of a post-lapsarian existence. Gavura’s natural world and the animals which inhabit it are true to themselves and the savagery they ...…
 
In his book, Like Nothing on this Earth: A Literary History of the Wheatbelt (University of Western Australia Publishing, 2017), Tony Hughes-d’Aeth, Associate Professor of English and Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia, explores the work of…
 
In his book, Like Nothing on this Earth: A Literary History of the Wheatbelt (University of Western Australia Publishing, 2017), Tony Hughes-d’Aeth, Associate Professor of English and Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia, explores the work of…
 
In his book, Like Nothing on this Earth: A Literary History of the Wheatbelt (University of Western Australia Publishing, 2017), Tony Hughes-d’Aeth, Associate Professor of English and Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia, explores the work of…
 
In his book, Like Nothing on this Earth: A Literary History of the Wheatbelt (University of Western Australia Publishing, 2017), Tony Hughes-d’Aeth, Associate Professor of English and Cultural Studies at the University of Western Australia, explores the work of…
 
In this podcast episode, Rifat Hussain and Tristan Johnson reflect on the history of Islamophobia and the impact that it has on the lives of Muslims today. Rifat Hussain is the manager of Orientation Services for Newcomers at the Cross Cultural Learner Centre, and she has played an integral role in helping settle hundreds of refugees and newcom ...…
 
Although cultures around the globe have recognized transgender persons historically, modern awareness of transgender identities is so quickly on the rise in the United States, sometimes we are behind the learning curve. Learn some of the basics around sex and gender, and what genetic science and cultural studies are revealing to us. Rev. Anasta ...…
 
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The Paracast -- The Gold Standard of Paranormal Radio
 
Continuing our coverage of the revolutionary UFO book, UFOs: Reframing the Debate." We welcome another contributor to the book, MJ Banias. He is a writer, blogger, and theorist with a background in Critical Theory, History, and Cultural Studies who critically and philosophically examines the weird, the strange and the anomalous. He was a former ...…
 
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Seven Minutes in Heaven With a Scientist
 
For storytellers, no prize is more revered than the Pulitzer Prize. Dr. Karin Wahl-Jorgensen has studied Pulitzer Prize-winning stories of the last 20 years. What she found provides insights for how scientists and communicators can tell engaging stories about data and complex issues. As it turns out, the best storytelling is personal and emotio ...…
 
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Grace Chapel Wilsonville
 
As part of the summer Doctor of Ministry in Cross-Cultural studies cohorts at Multnomah University, award-winning author and speaker Carolyn Custis James gave a presentation at Grace Chapel on the book of Ruth.
 
Shapelle Corby arrived back in Australia earlier this week. One news source reports that “celebrity agent Max Markson believes public demand for Corby stories is undimmed”, while a letter to the editor in a major morning daily makes this point: “She is a convicted drug offender, being treated like a celebrity. I am dismayed at the level to whic ...…
 
Presented by: Rocio Carvajal Food historian, cook and author. EPISODE 4: The gastronomic legacy of Diana Kennedy, food in the Austrian-Mexican empire of Maximilian I, edible insects. This week we’ll pay tribute t Diana Kennedy, her work and legacy for gastronomic cultural studies; we’ll find out how the Austrian empire of Maximilian I and […] T ...…
 
Presented by: Rocio Carvajal Food historian, cook and author. EPISODE 4: The gastronomic legacy of Diana Kennedy, food in the Austrian-Mexican empire of Maximilian I, edible insects. This week we’ll pay tribute t Diana Kennedy, her work and legacy for gastronomic cultural studies; we’ll find out how the Austrian empire of Maximilian I and […] T ...…
 
In her book, Smile, Particularly in Bad Weather: The Era of the Australian Airline Hostess (University of Western Australia Press, 2017), Prudence Black, a Research Associate in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney,…
 
In her book, Smile, Particularly in Bad Weather: The Era of the Australian Airline Hostess (University of Western Australia Press, 2017), Prudence Black, a Research Associate in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney,…
 
In her book, Smile, Particularly in Bad Weather: The Era of the Australian Airline Hostess (University of Western Australia Press, 2017), Prudence Black, a Research Associate in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney,…
 
In her book, Smile, Particularly in Bad Weather: The Era of the Australian Airline Hostess (University of Western Australia Press, 2017), Prudence Black, a Research Associate in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney,…
 
In her book, Smile, Particularly in Bad Weather: The Era of the Australian Airline Hostess (University of Western Australia Press, 2017), Prudence Black, a Research Associate in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney,…
 
In her book, Smile, Particularly in Bad Weather: The Era of the Australian Airline Hostess (University of Western Australia Press, 2017), Prudence Black, a Research Associate in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney,…
 
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Contemporary Black Canvas
 
In this week’s episode of Contemporary Black Canvas, we had the pleasure of interviewing scholar GerShun Avilez about his most recent book, Radical Aesthetics and Modern Black Nationalism. In Radical Aesthetics and Modern Black Nationalism, Dr. Avilez challenges the belief that the Black Arts Movement was a “dead end” and instead asks “What if ...…
 
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The Brainfluence Podcast with Roger Dooley
 
Bryce Hoffman's time at the U.S. Army’s Red Team Leader Program at the University of Foreign Military and Cultural Studies became the core of his new book, Red Teaming: How Your Business Can Conquer the Competition by Challenging Everything. In this episode, Bryce introduces the concept of red teaming and how militaries and companies around the ...…
 
Writing Alchemy Episode 16b Summary Today’s discussion with spiritual atheist Kathleen Lamothe is a deep and far ranging Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) inspired conversation about music, addiction, anger, health, diverse minds, psychology, and happiness. Guest: Spiritual atheist Kathleen Lamothe This graphic is a two-dimensiona ...…
 
Gerard Henderson speaks on issues with regard to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, the Australian media and the Catholic Church. Gerard Henderson specifically focuses on discrepancies in the approach by sections of the media and the Royal Commission toward the Catholic Church and the issue of child sexual ...…
 
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News items - ffoton
 
Chuck Rapoport accepting his Award from NUJ South Wales' David Nicholson We were delighted to be able to attend a special event at Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies on Thursday 18 May 2017 where the National Union of Journalists presented American photojournalist Chuck Rapoport with a unique Honorary Life Membership of it ...…
 
Travellers and drivers during a break on the road from Montreuil to Arad After 1989, Romania’s economy and its labor market experienced dramatic changes. One of the most common strategies to survive in a state of precariousness was emigration abroad. In this episode, we discuss two case studies based on based on transnational migration and cros ...…
 
In episode two, we talk to Dr. Keffrelyn Brown, Associate Professor of Cultural Studies in Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Texas at Austin. Our conversation focuses on best practices for culturally responsive teaching and moving away from classrooms as "safe" spaces.…
 
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Supercontext: an autopsy of media
 
With the many changes to the music industry, it doesn't seem possible for a band to rise to success after their first studio album like R.E.M. did with Murmur. We look at what made this artsy, floppy, jangle rock band tick and how The Police and MTV supported their rise to popularity. Additional Resources: Bennett, L. (2013). Discourses of orde ...…
 
Desirée Venn Frederic is a Sierra Leonean born writer and installation artist of Geeche and Maroon ancestry. Her work pulls heavily from her transnational experiences and understandings. The artist and thought leader explores identity, ownership and contemporary ideas in aesthetics. As the founder of Nomad Yard, a globally minded vintage shop i ...…
 
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Ffoton Interviews / Cyfweliadau - ffoton
 
CHUCK RAPOPORT IN CONVERSATION WITH EMYR YOUNG MERTHYR TYDFIL, SOUTH WALES, SEPTEMBER 2016 CHUCK RAPOPORT YN SGWRSIO GYDAG EMYR YOUNG Merthyr Tudful, DE CYMRU, Medi 2016 Chuck Rapoport during his visit to Redhouse, Merthyr Tydfil, Wales in September 2016. © Brian Carroll American I.C. (Chuck) Rapport had a successful career as a professional ph ...…
 
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Podcast LSE London School of Economics
 
Speaker(s): Professor Susan Buck-Morss | In the twenty-first century any world war is a civil war, and any civil war affects the world. Does this mean the end of the Age of Revolutions, or a whole new understanding of what revolution entails? Susan Buck-Morss is Distinguished Professor of Political Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center, NYC, w ...…
 
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LSE: Public lectures and events
 
Speaker(s): Professor Susan Buck-Morss | In the twenty-first century any world war is a civil war, and any civil war affects the world. Does this mean the end of the Age of Revolutions, or a whole new understanding of what revolution entails? Susan Buck-Morss is Distinguished Professor of Political Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center, NYC, w ...…
 
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Latest 100 | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): Professor Susan Buck-Morss | In the twenty-first century any world war is a civil war, and any civil war affects the world. Does this mean the end of the Age of Revolutions, or a whole new understanding of what revolution entails? Susan Buck-Morss is Distinguished Professor of Political Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center, NYC, w ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | Video
 
Speaker(s): Professor Susan Buck-Morss | In the twenty-first century any world war is a civil war, and any civil war affects the world. Does this mean the end of the Age of Revolutions, or a whole new understanding of what revolution entails? Susan Buck-Morss is Distinguished Professor of Political Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center, NYC, w ...…
 
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