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Researchers at work in Bodleian archives and historic collections
 
Researchers share the questions they are examining with the help of archival and book collections of the Bodleian Libraries.
 
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APA Research Databases
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In this podcast, we highlight material in the APA research databases.
 
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Researchers at work in Bodleian archives and historic collections
 
Researchers share the questions they are examining with the help of archival and book collections of the Bodleian Libraries.
 
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Researchers at work in Bodleian archives and historic collections
 
Researchers at work in Bodleian archives and historic collections
 
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Researchers at work in Bodleian archives and historic collections
 
Researchers at work in Bodleian archives and historic collections
 
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Making History
Monthly
 
Series exploring the latest historical and archaeological research
 
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Reviews in History
Monthly+
 
Covering books and digital resources across all fields of history
 
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Historians of Education in Scotland
 
The first HEdScot conference took place at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on 21 October 2011.
 
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Untold History Revealed
Monthly
 
Historical, Forensic, and Paranormal Research and Studies
 
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Anglo-American Conference 2013: Food in History
 
From famine to feast, from grain riots to TV cookery programmes, dieting to domesticity, food features in almost every aspect of human societies since prehistoric times. At its annual summer conference in 2013 the Institute of Historical Research aims ...
 
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Mobilising London's housing histories: the provision of homes since 1850
 
As a growing metropolis, London is in the middle of a severe housing crisis, widely evidenced in the press and featuring in political debates.The problem of creating adequate homes for a growing demand is not new. The Centre for Metropolitan History ...
 
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The Hagmann Report
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The Hagmann Report provides listeners information about current events and historical topics that transcend the political right-left paradigm and delve into the real issues behind the sugar-coated news. This unique, father-son detective duo uses their investigative abilities and resources to aggressively research and report on issues left untouched by the corporate media and those that exist beyond the scope of the non-traditional media. The show addresses many issues once considered mere fo ...
 
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Modern British History seminar series
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Modern British History seminar series
 
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History Day 2015
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History libraries & research open dayAn opportunity to meet and learn about libraries and archives.A one-day programme ideal for postgraduate students and early career researchers.
 
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London and the First World War
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As part of events to commemorate the centenary of the First World War, IWM (Imperial War Museums) in partnership with the Centre for Metropolitan History organised a major conference that explored the ways in which London and its inhabitants were affec...
 
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Global History seminar series
 
The Institute of Historical Research and the University of Notre Dame, with the collaboration of the Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, present a series of seminars.
 
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Tudor & Stuart History
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Convenors: Simon Healy (History of Parliament) Prof Richard Hoyle (VCH/IHR), Prof Michael Questier (QMUL), Dr Neil Younger (Open University), Dr Rivkah Zim (KCL)
 
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Lost Origins
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Lost Origins explores all things ancient mystery, alternative historical theory, extraterrestrial phenomena, and lost civilizations. Every week, Andrew chats with experts, researchers, and authors on esoteric history and mind bending mysteries.
 
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History and Biography Conference
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Biography remains one of the most popular forms of non-fiction, and historical biography has often been the genre in which professional historians have written for a wider audience. But what happens when it is the historian who becomes the subject of t...
 
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HEdScot Lectures
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HEdScot was formally launched at a public lecture on 25 November 2011 by Robert Anderson, Professor Emeritus in History at the University of Edinburgh, with the title 'Education and National Identity in Modern Scotland'.
 
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Lord Asa Briggs: A Celebration
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Lord Asa Briggs, one of the country’s most distinguished living historians, turns ninety this year, and he and his remarkable contribution to academic history to the development of Victorian studies, the history of communication and his role in the g...
 
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County Societies Symposium
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Institute of Historical Research, University of London
 
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Anglo-American Conference of Historians 2010: Environment
 
Environments79th Anglo–AmericanConference of Historians
 
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Military History in Canada
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A one day conference in collaboration with the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies and the Department of History, University of Calgary and the History of Warfare Research Group, King's College London
 
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Digital Tools workshop (Histore Project)
 
Histore stands for Historians' Online Research Environments. This project aims to encourage historians to make greater use of online research tools and to empower them to request appropriate tools for their institutions' own Virtual Research Environmen...
 
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International History seminar
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International History seminar series
 
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New Directions in the Study of Jacobitism
 
2013 Conference
 
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Creighton Lecture
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Established by bequest as a memorial to the historian Mandell Creighton and commencing in 1907, the Creighton Lecture is delivered each year at the University of London by a leading historian.
 
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Douglas Johnson Memorial Lecture
 
The Douglas Johnson memorial lecture looks into French and Anglo-French relations in memorial of Douglas Johnson (1925-2005). The lecture series is hosted jointly between the Institute of Historical Research and the Society for the Study of French His...
 
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The Skeptics' Testament
Monthly
 
Welcome to The Skeptic's Testament a bible question and answer podcast. I also discuss a lot of the past and current research that scholars have done on the bible as a historical document. Please leave your bible questions on the Facebook page or send them to the show's email:theskepticstestament@gmail.com
 
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History Explorer Podcast
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Behind the scenes at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History, staff members are conducting exciting, original research and collecting objects-both iconic and seemingly mundane-to tell compelling stories of American history. This podcast takes listeners along on their intellectual adventures. Along the way, we seek to expose the process of historical inquiry and present thought-provoking stories. Accompanying this series are standards-aligned teacher guides and Smith ...
 
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Cities and Nationalisms Conference
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Institute of Historical ResearchCities have been intimately connected with nationalisms of many kinds. The architecture and spatial design of cities have commonly been intended to bolster national pride. So have the nationalist ceremonies that citi...
 
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Historyhub.ie Podcast
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This series is a collection of academic podcasts on a plethora of historical subjects. It ranges in scope from full recordings of academic research papers to informative contributions from professional historians discussing the details of specific historical events. Funded by the School of History and Archives, University College Dublin, the series is a partnership with the historyhub.ie website and multimedia hub.
 
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Blocked arteries: circulation and congestion in history
 
For centuries congestion has constituted a significant part of the travelling experience of peoples within and between cities, regions and nations. Meanwhile, for governments and planners, congestion has emerged as both a technical and cultural constru...
 
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History of Political Ideas/Early Career Seminar
 
Institute of Historical Research/ Early Career seminar
 
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Shadow Cities: realities and representations
 
More than a billion people live in improvised dwellings or shanty towns in the early twenty-first century. Whether in inner cities or on the outskirts of a metropolis, these settlements have been dubbed “Shadow Cities” by Robert Neuwirth. Neuwirth ...
 
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Materialities of Urban Life in Early Modern Europe
 
This conference seeks to bring together scholars working on the materiality of urban life from a variety of different disciplinary perspectives, in order to debate the particular qualities of public, private, commercial, domestic and civic material cul...
 
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Conversations and Disputations: Discussions among Historians
 
Conversations and Disputations
 
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Anglo American Conference of Historians 2015: Fashion
 
In a major collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum, the IHR is taking Fashion as the theme for its annual conference in summer 2015. Fashion in history is a topic which has come of age in recent years, as scholars have turned to addressing wh...
 
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British History in the Long Eighteenth Century
 
British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar for the Institute of Historical Research
 
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Military History seminar
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The Military History seminar at the Institute of Historical Research
 
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Earth Ancients
Weekly
 
Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed medicine and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history.Armed with the thousands of anomalous archeological discoveries which have not been covere ...
 
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Going Underground: Travel Beneath the Metropolis 1863-2013
 
A conference to mark the 150th anniversary of the London Underground. Organised by the Centre for Metropolitan History (IHR), in association with the London Transport Museum.Image: Copyright Transport for London and reproduced by kind permission of t...
 
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History of Art
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History of Art at the University of Oxford draws on a long and deep tradition of teaching and studying the subject. The core academic staff of the History of Art Department work on subjects from medieval European architecture to modern Chinese art. Over fifty associated academic staff (e.g. in Anthropology, Classics, History, Oriental Studies, and the Ruskin School of Drawing) include teachers and researchers across the full global and historical range of art and visual culture. This offers ...
 
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Nature Immunology Podcast
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The Nature Immunology Podcast reports on cutting-edge immunological news from around the world. It covers not only the hottest topics in current immunological research but also pieces of historical and policy interest for immunologists. Tune into the podcast to get the real scoop on the dynamic field of immunology.
 
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Hagmann and Hagmann
Daily
 
The Hagmann and Hagmann Report provides listeners information about current events and historical topics that transcend the political right-left paradigm and delve into the real issues behind the sugar-coated news. This unique, father-son detective duo uses their investigative abilities and resources to aggressively research and report on issues left untouched by the corporate media and those that exist beyond the scope of the non-traditional media. The show addresses many issues once consid ...
 
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Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology - JNO Podcast Series
 
Journal of Neuro-Ophthalmology keeps pace with important advances in all spheres of the neurologic and ophthalmologic sciences. Clinicians and researchers worldwide report on recent developments in diagnosing and treating ophthalmologic, neurologic, endocrine, inflammatory, and neoplastic conditions affecting the oculomotor and visual systems. The Journal publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on both clinical and basic aspects of neuro-ophthalmology. Other regular features include revie ...
 
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Making History
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Series exploring the latest historical and archaeological research
 
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LogicallyCritical
Monthly
 
In a world where gut feelings are given more authority than facts, where the average person is permitted to drive 2 tons of steel death, and ‘God did it’ is an acceptable answer to why something happened, your life may just depend on listening to this podcast. The LogicallyCritical podcast is intended to encourage critical thinking in everyday situations without the hassle of checking facts at the library. Rather than quote historical research or bore you with statistics about how many denti ...
 
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News From The Past
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Enjoy true tales from the past as I bring the the real stories of real people as told in the newspapers of old. If you love history and love listening to stories then I hope this is for you. You'll be amazed at the stories I've found and the mysteries I've uncovered by piecing together evidence different articles and backed up with further historical research. The stories are often sensationalist, sad, exciting, funny and surprising. Have a listen...
 
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Thursday, December 14th, in the year of our Lord 2017 By Jonathan Clark Sudanese Court Upholds Eviction of Pastors and Their Families Over 60 church leaders in the northeastern African country of Sudan face charges from courts in the country’s capital Khartoum for refusing to hand over their church lands to a Muslim businessman named Al-Neel, r ...…
 
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The Energy Transition Show with Chris Nelder (Full Episodes)
 
Historically, thermal concentrating solar plants were the only type of solar power equipped with storage. But as cheaper PV systems became dominant, thermal solar plants fell into disfavor. Now solar PV systems are beginning to integrate storage based on lithium-ion batteries, and this storage isn't just used to supply power when the sun is dow ...…
 
“I think most American Jews are probably not aware of the simple fact that when they think of visiting the Western Wall, for example, they think of entering the Old City, they’re actually entering what is officially, according to international law, East Jerusalem. And therefore, according to international law, occupied territory. ” — Dov Waxman ...…
 
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words ...…
 
Eric Trules- Eric Trules is a native of New York City and has been a professional in the performing, literary, and filmic arts for almost 5 decades. He began his professional artistic career as a modern dancer with Shirley Mordine’s Dance Troupe in residence at Columbia College Chicago in 1970, and then co-founded Mo Ming, the nationally renown ...…
 
Episode 24 of the Ideas to Books Podcast features an interview with historical women’s fiction author Gail Kittleson, who has several novels set during World War II. Meet Gail: When Gail’s not steeped in World War II research, drafting scenes, or deep in one edit or another, she does a limited amount of editing for other authors. She also facil ...…
 
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Mason in the Attic
 
In our very first episode we talk about Trump’s Announcement of his involvement in the Israeli – Palestine Conflict, a funny incident with my mother, and a charity to stay away from this Christmas. ROUGH – ROUGH – Transcript Welcome Welcome to our very first episode of Mason in the Attic, Top Stories today include my Mother, Trumps announcement ...…
 
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Flatbush + Main: A Podcast from Brooklyn Historical Society
 
In Episode 20 of Brooklyn Historical Society’s podcast Flatbush + Main, co-hosts Zaheer Ali and Julie Golia use one seemingly inconsequential manuscript collection to explore themes of memory and history-making over many generations. In 1915, Brooklynite Francis Morrell wrote a small tract called “Recollections of Old Williamsburgh.” This self- ...…
 
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Pirouettesfromthepast's podcast
 
This episode continues the exploration of the history of boys and ballet in America. Today's episode's focuses on the challenges historically faced by boys in ballet. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of History and former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. She teaches American and women's history, wi ...…
 
Jordan discusses his latest research where he found some interesting similarities with gold stocks compared to historical three-year bear markets. He found three that compare well; they are the S&P 500 during the great depression, the housing market during the global financial crisis, and Thailand in the mid-1990’s which had a huge bust. He des ...…
 
Episode 23 of the Ideas to Books Podcast features an interview with historical mystery novelist Linda Matchett, who writes primarily in the World War II era. Meet Linda: Linda Shenton Matchett is a journalist, blogger of all things historical, and author. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, a stone’s throw from Fort McHenry, Linda has lived in histori ...…
 
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Think Out Loud
 
Oregon State University president Ed Ray announced this week that the school will be renaming three of its buildings after concerns were raised about the values and views of the men they were named after. We talk to OSU historian Stacy Smith, who headed the historical building research team, and Steve Clark, who chaired the architectural buildi ...…
 
Meet, Andy Cook. Well, actually meet Andy, Martha, and more kids than most kids can count! But, we're going to hear more about these beautiful people from Andy. Andy is the President and CEO of Promise686, an organization that assists families and churches to care for vulnerable children by providing financial assistance, community support, and ...…
 
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Pirouettesfromthepast's podcast
 
This episode is the first of two that will explore the history of boys and ballet in America. This episode's focus is on the steady increase in the number of American boys taking ballet class over the twentieth century, and next month's focus will be on the challenges historically faced by boys in ballet. Dr. Melissa R. Klapper is Professor of ...…
 
Welcome back to the 52nd Episode of the ModState Podcast!John and Nate start with the inaugural "TGIF" segment to get the weekend started right. The first TGIF is a brief discussion of the historical nature of Thanksgiving in the US and a few things we are thankful for. NOW! The meat of this podcast is a plea for the preservation of Net Neutral ...…
 
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Sojourn Network Podcast
 
Transcript: So, we're here to talk about multi-church, multi-site movements been going for quite a while. Been pretty hot for the last what 20, 25 years. Is really kind of ramping up. We have some arguments on whether we think that's a new phenomenon or just a renewed phenomenon from the early church, but it's been a pretty big deal. And then s ...…
 
The number of terrorism-related deaths fell for a second year in 2016, though more countries in the West were affected as tactics shifted to so-called lone-wolf attacks, according to a global study. Fatalities from terrorism fell 13 percent to 25,673 last year, 22 percent lower than the 2014 peak, according to the fifth annual Global Terrorism ...…
 
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Fringe Radio Network
 
Carl Teichrib is a researcher, writer, and conference communicator who focuses on the paradigm shift sweeping the Western world, including political globalization and socio-religious trends, transhumanism, and important cultural movements. His personal research began in the early 1990s, and in 1997 this transitioned into a full time endeavor. O ...…
 
Dan Sfera and Chris Sauber, in historic Episode 100, get real when it comes to clinical research site owner questionshttp://www.theclinicaltrialsguru.com
 
I spoke with Laura Leopard, the founder and CEO of Leopard Solutions, a research company that provides various databases for legal recruiters, attorneys, law firms, corporations, and law schools. The company’s competitive intelligence program, Firmscape, offers current and historical data for the legal industry. We discussed the genesis of Leop ...…
 
For the past decade or so, I’ve been in the habit of reading every new Michael Crichton novel as soon as it’s released. I like the stories, but what appeals to me more is the depth of historical and scientific research he puts into his work. It’s often had to tell where reality ends and fiction begins, which I’m sure is exactly what he’s aiming ...…
 
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Something Positive for Positive People
 
41 year old entrepreneur, Marie shares her 20 years of experience living with HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus). In her experience, dating with herpes is just like dating in general... people suck lol. "It's 100 times harder to find someone who's a match for you than it is to find someone who accepts you for H." - Marie. I'm sure not everyone will agr ...…
 
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We'll use these sessions to hone our use of words ...…
 
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Sojourn Network Podcast
 
Transcript: Not counting our Jerusalem, 1800 deaf individuals. If we were ever going to replicate this we need people that know what they're doing because we've got to plant and plant and plant and train how they plant. I didn't expect it to be well-owned like we were [inaudible 00:00:51]. I mean just honest. We're an oddball. We're a red marbl ...…
 
There are approximately 500,000 abandoned mines across the U.S., which pose a considerable, pervasive risk to human health and the environment due to possible exposure to the residuals of heavy metal extraction. Historically, a variety of chemical and biological methods have been used to reduce the bioavailability of the metals at abandoned min ...…
 
There are approximately 500,000 abandoned mines across the U.S., which pose a considerable, pervasive risk to human health and the environment due to possible exposure to the residuals of heavy metal extraction. Historically, a variety of chemical and biological methods have been used to reduce the bioavailability of the metals at abandoned min ...…
 
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Post-Modern Living with Chris The Brain
 
In episode 5 of “Post-Modern Living with Chris The Brain,” Chris and Kait talk about podcasts with guest host Paul. They discuss why podcasts are great, the shows they love, and where you should listen. Podcasts are becoming very personal for people; in the last 2 years or so, it went from people thinking you made up a word to people having fav ...…
 
Fine Music Radio — WE KNOW WHAT DID THE DINOSAURS INIt’s been known for a long time – going back to the early fossil discoveries – that the pre-historic lizard-like creatures called ‘dinosaurs’ are no longer around. They ‘died out’ – but although there was a wealth of speculation, it was only recently (the last forty years or so) that the finge ...…
 
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The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore
 
Research Associate and Instructor at Stanford University Dr. Lucia Aronica is our special 2017 Low-Carb Cruise guest speaker featured in Episode 1331 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” Have you heard about the annual Low-Carb Cruise that our host Jimmy Moore helps organize each year as the preeminent event for the low-carb community? They j ...…
 
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The Table Podcast - Issues of God and Culture
 
Darrell Bock Welcome to The Table where we discuss issues of God and culture. I’m Darrell Bock, Executive Director at the Hendricks Center and also Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies here at Dallas Theological Seminary. My guests are John Hannah to my left and Michael Svigel to my right and my topic is the 500th anniversary of t ...…
 
This research examines the social, historical and political constitution of resource materialities and the contested process through which Bristol Bay has been claimed a resource environment. I examine the early permitting debates of Pebble Mine, a proposed industrial-scale mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska to understand the contemporary politics of ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | Audio and pdf
 
Speaker(s): Professor Alondra Nelson | Alondra Nelson will discuss her book The Social Life of DNA on how claims about ancestry are marshalled together with genetic analysis in a range of social ventures. The use of genetic ancestry testing in the United States has grown exponentially since its emergence about fifteen years ago. In this same pe ...…
 
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All items | LSE Public lectures and events | All media types
 
Speaker(s): Professor Alondra Nelson | Alondra Nelson will discuss her book The Social Life of DNA on how claims about ancestry are marshalled together with genetic analysis in a range of social ventures. The use of genetic ancestry testing in the United States has grown exponentially since its emergence about fifteen years ago. In this same pe ...…
 
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All Possibilities with Julie Chan
 
Psychic readings and channeling texts… Paul Selig, psychic and award-winning author of channeled texts from Tarcher/Penguin (profile), Paul Selig offers channeled workshops internationally and serves on the faculty of The Omega Institute, joins Julie Chan for a conversation about his work as a psychic and author, the physical toll of the job, a ...…
 
There are numerous statistics that express a decline in the state of the church in America. This includes things like attendance, doctrinal literacy, giving, etc. A Barna report says the number of “post-Christian” individuals has increased to 44% (as of 2015; most current/relevant article can be found here: https://www.barna.com/research/post-c ...…
 
100 years ago this week, Operation Albion comes to a successful end for the Germans, as revolution is on the horizon in Russia. The Allies aren’t faring quite so well on the Western Front, where the weather continues to worsen and the death toll climbs ever higher. Haig believes a breakthrough is imminent and German morale is tested. The stalem ...…
 
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Destination Mystery
 
I didn’t believe in ghosts or the supernatural…but that weird noise in the wall was testing my convictions. The unpleasant scratching sound that made the hairs on the back of my neck stand at attention had been going on for days. Look, I’m not some scaredy-cat to jump at every sound…But this? Ever since I moved into my shop-slash-house two week ...…
 
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UPenn Center for the Study of Contemporary China
 
China and India share many historical similarities, as well as a complicated relationship shaped by political differences, growing economic ties, ongoing border disputes, and regional competition more generally. In this episode, Professor Oriana Skylar Mastro discusses the Sino-Indian relationship with CSCC Research Scholar Neysun Mahboubi, wit ...…
 
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Fashion Is Your Business - a retail technology podcast
 
Spacesuits as a beacon of fashion technology, with the author of “Fashioning Apollo”… Nicholas De Monchaux , author of “Fashioning Apollo” and Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design and Director of the Berkeley Center for New Media, joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco in front of a live audience at WEAR Conference 2017 in ...…
 
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Fashion Is Your Business - a retail technology podcast
 
Spacesuits as a beacon of fashion technology, with the author of “Fashioning Apollo”… Nicholas De Monchaux , author of “Fashioning Apollo” and Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design and Director of the Berkeley Center for New Media, joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco in front of a live audience at WEAR Conference 2017 in ...…
 
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WhiskyCast | Weekly Whisky, Scotch, & Bourbon Podcast | Discover Latest News, Tasting Notes, Ratings | Spirits to Drink & Buy
 
Christmas came a couple of months early for some Scotch Whisky lovers with word that the iconic Port Ellen, Brora, and Rosebank distilleries will be reopened over the next couple of years. Diageo will invest $46 million to bring Port Ellen and Brora back to life, while Ian Macleod Distillers has acquired not only the old Rosebank site, but the ...…
 
Institute of Historical ResearchThe History of Learning Digital History, c. 1980-2017Adam Crymble (University of Hertfordshire)Digital History seminar series
 
Institute of Historical ResearchThe History of Learning Digital History, c. 1980-2017Adam Crymble (University of Hertfordshire)Digital History seminar series
 
Though joining the war later than most, Brazil was the only South American nation to play an active role, albeit a brief one. After initially declaring neutrality in August 1914, a series of sunken ships and dead Brazilians on behalf of the Germans’ submarines forced Brazil’s hand, as anti-German sentiment in the country rose during the first t ...…
 
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