Best iconography podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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ICONography
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How do we understand the places we visit (and even the places we’ve never been)? As a shorthand, we use agreed-upon touchstones - places (like monuments and gravesites), people (like statesmen and singers), objects (like food and fashion), and, of course, dreams (dreamed-up people and dreamed-up places and dreamed-up things). This podcast looks at a culture's icons - real and imagined - to see what they say about the culture itself, as well as the outsiders who've elevated those icons above ...
 
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RADIO - Jesse Waugh
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JESSE WAUGH RADIO is a program dedicated to investigating and interpreting the iconography, iconology, and symbolism of visual art in an attempt to understand and discern its Meaning. From jessewaugh.com
 
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RADIO - Jesse Waugh
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JESSE WAUGH RADIO is a program dedicated to investigating and interpreting the iconography, iconology, and symbolism of visual art in an attempt to understand and discern its Meaning. From jessewaugh.com
 
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History of the Batman
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History of the Batman relives the defining moments of one of the most iconic figures in comic art and literature, DC Comics Batman. Your Dark Knight Archivist Londyn disxuss Batman's history and how the character, the associated villains, and popular iconography were established and have changed over the last 75+ years up to now.
 
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Meltdown Presents: History of The Batman with Londyn!
 
History of the Batman relives the defining moments of one of the most iconic figures in comic art and literature.Hosts Londyn and Adam talk about the history of the Batman and how the character, the associated villains, and popular iconography were established and have changed over the last 75 years up to now.
 
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GUNWASH
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The views and opinions expressed on Gunwash do not reflect those of this network or ANY of our sponsors. Thursdays at 9:00PM EST WARNING: Explicit Content Theme song by Wreck Tech HEYWHATSUP™? GUNWASH is the future of talk radio; a weekly 90 minute explosion of dark humor, eye-opening interviews, dancehall reggae and psychedelic sounds. Tune in for unguarded insight from the artists, musicians, troublemakers and curators shaping culture in the 21st century. Host Aaron Ginsberg channels Howar ...
 
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History of the Batman with Londyn! Presented by Meltdown Comics
 
History of the Batman relives the defining moments of one of the most iconic figures in comic art and literature. Hosts Londyn and Adam talk about the history of the Batman and how the character, the associated villains, and popular iconography were established and have changed over the last 75 years up to now.
 
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GUNWASH
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HEYWHATSUP™? GUNWASH is the future of talk radio; a weekly 90 minute explosion of dark humor, eye-opening interviews, dancehall reggae and psychedelic sounds. Tune in for unguarded insight from the artists, musicians, troublemakers and curators shaping culture in the 21st century. Design, typography, astrophysics, dancehall reggae, conspiracy theories, illustration, drums, nuclear engineering, disco, Polo Ralph Lauren, crime, the 1990's, iconography, iced coffee, late night downtown, drummer ...
 
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Slovenian Pavilion at the 53 International Art Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia La Biennale di Venezia
 
Miha Štrukelj x=0 / y=0 Interference in Process At the Venice Biennale Slovenia will be represented by a project from Miha Štrukelj, conceived as a total artwork and based on four thematic levels and media: painting, wall drawing, drawing and Lego picture. The exhibition deconstructs the picture plane with the aid of the grid as a structural and conceptual basis, where the painting is deconstructed and reconstituted through the disillusioned gaze of the subject. The themes of Štrukelj's a ...
 
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GUNWASH
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HEYWHATSUP™? GUNWASH is the future of talk radio; a weekly 90 minute explosion of dark humor, eye-opening interviews, dancehall reggae and psychedelic sounds. Tune in for unguarded insight from the artists, musicians, troublemakers and curators shaping culture in the 21st century. Design, typography, astrophysics, dancehall reggae, conspiracy theories, illustration, drums, nuclear engineering, disco, Polo Ralph Lauren, crime, the 1990's, iconography, iced coffee, late night downtown, drummer ...
 
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Introducing Anthony Paul Anthony is a railroad futurist at GE transportation. So unless you think you’re on the wrong podcast, we are talking to a WordPress person. Anthony has a lot of experience with WordPress. He’s also a hot sauce enthusiast. Show Notes Website | http://adp.rocks/ Twitter | @anthonydpaul Episode Sponsor Episode Transcript L ...…
 
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Questions: We Don't Have Answers
 
In this episode the guys welcome Peter to discuss the recent and long history of the Pride Flag, and the current events in which it's been altered. To send in feedback, write in at qnoanswers@gmail.com!
 
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Kevin's iOS 11 design refresh, giving Dribbble a second chance, and a lot of talk about furniture. Follow up Thomas Pritchard’s follow up Timoti West interview Unity Labs Topics Rafa posts on Dribbble Post 1 Post 2 Post 3 Kevin’s iOS 11 “unsolicited redesign” Tweets Upside Down IKEA Hackers IKEA VITTSJÖ Laptop stand Recommendations Kevin: ****B ...…
 
To wrap up our three-part series on the turn of the 13th century, we take a look at King John - no longer a petulant prince - and how he transformed England for the best by being the absolute worst. Jay-Z, John Philip Sousa, and Kurt Weill are along for the ride.
 
Originally hailing from Toronto, Canada, Michelle Groskopf is a Los Angeles based photographer. Her work is a mix of photo journalism, portraiture and street photography. She holds a BFA in film and video production from the School Of Visual Arts in New York where she also taught as an adjunct professor in the graduate film and video dept. She ...…
 
Urban Doxology is a ministry that writes the soundtrack of reconciliation in the racially diverse & gentrifying neighborhood of Church Hill, Richmond, VA.An “urban doxology” is any liturgy, preaching, or music & arts that crosses boundaries in ethnicity, race, & class that prepares God’s people for the City of God.In this episode, David Bailey ...…
 
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Back to the Eighties
 
Welcome to episode 3 of Nerva Beacon! In this week's installment, Leigh and Glenn have a chat about the role of religion and religious iconography in Doctor Who (especially NuWho), as well as a bit of an old recap of both "The Lie of the Land" and "Empress of Mars"! Back to the Eighties Forum: backtotheeighties.freeforums.net Back to the Eighti ...…
 
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Podcasts – The Surly Nerd
 
The Surly Nerd - Jason’s Mask, Freddy’s glove, the Lament Configuration. Strap on your favorite horror props, adventurers - and get ready for an all new episode of The Surly Nerd! Why is horror iconography so important? Greetings adventurers, and welcome to this weeks installment of The Surly Nerd! After our prelude, we kick things off in comic ...…
 
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Between The Covers : Author Interviews : Today's Best Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry -host David Naimon KBOO 90.7FM : A radio podcast on creative writing, craft & books (literary, genre-bending, experimental, fantastical, science fiction)
 
Gregory Pardlo “explores what is American, what is African American, what is the Other, what is city, what is suburban, what is personal & what is persona. Digest offers a changing, rich landscape of verse both haunting, funny, & rigorously intellectual–Jerry Magazine; He “renders history just as clearly & palpably as he renders NYC or Copenhag ...…
 
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Tabletop Tapes Actual Play Podcast
 
Episode 8: Known and Unknown Andrew has left the party many clues, but where do they all lead? Why is the fortune teller at Felix's door? What is happening at the hospital? Here's the crazy mixed-iconography symbol I try to describe: James Corven is the man in the photograph. John Corven is in Boston/Arkham, and Arthur is beholden to him. Here' ...…
 
Based on our recent global survey of more than 100 higher ed brand identity redesigns over the past 2 years, Ken Steele counts down the 10 best rebrandings – those that are professional, memorable, balanced and well-designed, AND that didn’t spark a backlash from faculty, students or alumni. #10: Saint Louis University, Missouri Design firm Ols ...…
 
Based on our recent global survey of more than 100 higher ed brand identity redesigns over the past 2 years, Ken Steele counts down the 10 best rebrandings – those that are professional, memorable, balanced and well-designed, AND that didn’t spark a backlash from faculty, students or alumni. #10: Saint Louis University, Missouri Design firm Ols ...…
 
Caroline welcomes Jerry B Brown, co-author of "Psychedelic Gospels, History of Hallucinogens in Christianity," a compendium of fantabulous Magic Mushroom Christian iconography, that reminds us that being Christian Mystic in Capadoccia might have been fun and effective! https://psychedelicgospels.com/ [1][1] https://psychedelicgospels.com/…
 
"It's all about the Moon..." In this episode we look at the High Priestess, or Priestess, card of lunar mysteries. The Priestess has long been associated with the Moon: its changeability, its magical nature, its watery influence, its threefold significance for women, its association with the intuition and secret knowledge, or even the unknown. ...…
 
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The History of Ancient Greece
 
In this episode, we discuss the iconography of Herakles, his early myths, his infamous twelve labors, his later life, his heroic persona and how he was worshipped as a pan-Hellenic divine hero, and his role as an apostle of Hellenism in the west Show Notes: http://www.thehistoryofancientgreece.com/2017/06/047-herakles-from-zero-to-hero.html…
 
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Primitive Culture: A Star Trek History and Culture Podcast
 
Legacies of WWII in The Original Series. For the cast and crew of The Original Series, World War II was more than just a dark page in the history books—it was an experience through which they had lived, loved, and lost. From piloting bombers over the Pacific to storming the beaches of Normandy, many of them had seen more than their fair share o ...…
 
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Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed
 
Legacies of WWII in The Original Series. For the cast and crew of The Original Series, World War II was more than just a dark page in the history books—it was an experience through which they had lived, loved, and lost. From piloting bombers over the Pacific to storming the beaches of Normandy, many of them had seen more than their fair share o ...…
 
This episode we consider the legacy of Richard the Lionheart - was he a disobedient son, a bad governor, a harbinger of death? This far out from the 1190s, does it matter anymore who he was, or does it matter who he's become? To help, I pulled in three films that feature Richard: The Lion in Winter (1968), The Crusades (1935), and Robin and Mar ...…
 
Vladislav Andrejev, IconographerThe Antiochian Village Conference and Retreat Center will be hosting an intensive 6-day icon workshop on October 1–7, 2017. Students will learn both the theory and practice of icon writing in the Prosopon School, using methods dating to 16th century Russia. The materials used in the workshop will all be natural a ...…
 
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Pod Save the People
 
DeRay, Brittany and Sam go deep on the past week’s news, including the economics of mass incarceration, emoluments, education budgets, and the troubling work to preserve Confederate monuments. DeRay speaks with Vanita Gupta, former head of the Civil Rights Division at DOJ, about civil rights retractions under Sessions, burning criminal justice ...…
 
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Future Primitive Podcasts
 
In this week’s episode Max Dashu speaks with Joanna about: remembering other ways to live; “witch hunts” in Europe, the prehistory of our current socio-political situation; the Three Sisters spinning the webs of Wyrd; ancient Norse and German cosmologies and the curving nature of Time; the archetypal Tree and Well; the pan-global symbol of the ...…
 
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Future Primitive Podcasts
 
In this week’s episode Max Dashu speaks with Joanna about: remembering other ways to live; “witch hunts” in Europe, the prehistory of our current socio-political situation; the Three Sisters spinning the webs of Wyrd; ancient Norse and German cosmologies and the curving nature of Time; the archetypal Tree and Well; the pan-global symbol of the ...…
 
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Future Primitive Podcasts
 
In this week’s episode Max Dashu speaks with Joanna about: remembering other ways to live; “witch hunts” in Europe, the prehistory of our current socio-political situation; the Three Sisters spinning the webs of Wyrd; ancient Norse and German cosmologies and the curving nature of Time; the archetypal Tree and Well; the pan-global symbol of the ...…
 
Dr. Herman du Toit discusses one of the beast known artists among members of the LDS Church, 19th Century Danish painter, Carl Bloch. His works are nearly ubiquitous, but his role is much more pervasive than the reduced size depictions that are common in magazines and manuals. Christ and Child (1873) by Carl Bloch (Danish, 1834-1890). Oil on Ca ...…
 
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ICONography
 
This episode: one of our most iconic stories, one that has been popular for centuries. A lot of people wonder if the Robin Hood legend us based on historical fact – was there a real Robin Hood – but what I think we should be asking is “How much is history, the history we think we know, based on this story?”…
 
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania is remembered as a patriotic sacrifice for the revolution. In fact, the iconography, as compelling as it, blurs the facts. The encampment was not the coldest that the Army ever endured, but it does allow us to examine three issues of equal importance - the break down of supply, attacks on George Washington's character ...…
 
Our guest this month is film critic and historian Imogen Sara Smith. We start by discussing her background as a film writer and how she started writing about noir in particular (1:40). Then we discuss her commentary track for the new DVD/Blu-ray release of The Scar (aka Hollow Triumph), including the central role of star/producer/director Paul ...…
 
Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History “Women’s contributions to European intellectual history? They made none.” -some dude STYLE Butterfly Judith Dancoff: Do you believe in the concept of a female iconography? Judy Chicago: Absolutely. I’m just gonna leave this here ….. BINDERS FULL OF WOMEN!!!!!! I CAN’T FIND JAY Z GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS REMIX ON YOUTUBE. […]…
 
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Archaeology Channel - Audio News from Archaeologica
 
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include: Tablet engraved with Jewish iconography among new discoveries in Caesarea (details) Geoglyph in southern Britain interpreted as mythological Sun Horse (details) Valuables left behind used to understand how quickly a Peruvian city was invaded (details) Models of weaving looms discovered in southern Chi ...…
 
Unless you were born of a certain era, chances are good you’ve never set foot in something called a ‘shopping mall’, a rapidly disappearing structure that once dominated the American landscape and pop-culture. In recent times, however, these once dominant symbols of a thriving economy have largely been relegated to dilapidation and decay. In th ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Eva Grubinger is an internationally recognized sculptor and installation artist. Between 1989–95 Grubinger studied at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin. While Grubinger began her career with works that reflected and commented, in a pioneering manner, on the early development of the Internet, since the mid-1990s she has worked primarily in sculpt ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Eva Grubinger is an internationally recognized sculptor and installation artist. Between 1989–95 Grubinger studied at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin. While Grubinger began her career with works that reflected and commented, in a pioneering manner, on the early development of the Internet, since the mid-1990s she has worked primarily in sculpt ...…
 
gak had a last minute business trip to Europe arise, so he's mixed and matched a few plans together and opted for a profile on British/German composer Max Richter and his eclectic mix of electroacoustic and neo-classical music, including some film score work. Happy belated Easter!1. TOPS: Petals (Sugar at the Gate, 2017) Arbutus2. Fatima Yamaha ...…
 
This episode, it's our first culinary icon! (Researching this episode was great.) What does it mean for a national cuisine - one that finds itself frequently derided for its blandness - to be tied so obviously to a meal as fickle - as subject to trends, whims, diets, advertising forces, and let’s be honest, early morning laziness - as breakfast ...…
 
____________________1. U.S. & Russia Disagree Sharply Over Syria Gas AttackRussia vetoed the UN draft-resolution condemning the suspected-use of Sarin gas that killed at least 87 people in Idlib. Sharp disagreement over the crisis between the United States and Russia is escalating.#Russia #Syria____________________2. Reactions To Russia’s U.N. ...…
 
We're happy to bring your our 17th Episode! Listen on to hear what we've played recently, all things Terra Mystica news, the use (misuse?) of icons in games, and the dreaded cult of the new. About Us (00:28) Recently Played (05:22) News (16:40) "it" Factor (37:36) #culture (53:03) Play Episode | Subscribe with iTunes…
 
Renowned South Carolina artist, Leo Twiggs, now 82, has long been fascinated by the contradictions of the South, and he has defined a unique iconography in his work by seizing on certain symbols, especially the Confederate battle flag, its stars and bars, the shape of an “X” and the image of a target, with its sequential rings and bull’s-eye. F ...…
 
A facsimile edition of the Rohonc Codex, via Wikimedia Commons Thank you for reading Historical Blindness. This is the debut of a new interstitial series: Blind Spots. The principal installments of Historical Blindness require quite a bit of work on my part, including research, composition, and formatting each blog post as well as recording, ed ...…
 
On Start the Week Andrew Marr looks back 500 years to the moment Martin Luther challenged the power and authority of the Catholic Church. Peter Stanford brings to light the character of this lowly born German monk in a new biography. Prior to Luther, for a thousand years the Catholic Church had been one of the greatest powers on earth, but in h ...…
 
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