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Best Notre Dame Insider podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Notre Dame Insider podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Tony Simeone is a live events producer with Fighting Irish Media. Jon Cotton is a video producer in FIM's feature productions group. Together they take listeners on an insider tour of the projects, people and stories of Fighting Irish Media, the video production and media services division of Notre Dame Athletics. Notre Dame podcasts are presented by Resonado, the official sound partner of Notre Dame Athletics. Learn more about how Resonado is changing the shape of sound at Resonado.com (htt ...
 
The Week Junior Show takes you behind the scenes of the award-winning magazine for 8 to 14-year-olds. Each week, Bex from Fun Kids is joined by members of The Week Junior team to discuss their favourite stories, debate the week’s hot topic and discover whether the ‘Real or Rubbish?’ report is fake news or the real deal.
 
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Irish Illustrated Insider is back with a look at Notre Dame’s new reality, recruiting updates, and we answer your questions. Producer's Note: The podcast was recorded remotely so there are a small number of glitches and garbles in the podcast due to internet congestion. Thanks for listening. --- This episode is sponsored by · Talk Money With Mesh L…
 
This week, The Week Junior team find out about a wonder chicken, we take a look at the best tree in Europe, and we learn more about how to say thank you to the hard-working people across the UK. Plus, we’ll be having a debate all about comic books. Get in touch with the team and we might use your messages in a future podcast episode! Website: https…
 
In her fascinating and remarkable new book Faithful Fighters: Identity and Power in the British Indian Army (Stanford University Press, 2019), Kate Imy explores the negotiation of religious identity, military service, and imperial power in the context of twentieth century British India. How were preconceived British imperial notions of religion and…
 
Podcast: The Magnificast Episode: Pandemics & Socialism Pub date: 2020-03-20 This week on The Magnificast Matt and Dean talk about Mike Davis' book The Monster at our Door and do a bit of a round up regarding what's going on with regard to the COVID19 pandemic. Intro Music by Amaryah Armstrong Outro music by theillogicalspoon https://theillalogical…
 
Podcast: The Governance Podcast Episode: Prisons and the Origins of Social Order: In Conversation with David Skarbek Pub date: 2020-03-24 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: A discussion on how governance emerges (or doesn't) in different social landscapes, from prisons and gulags to clans and nation-states. David Skarbek (Brown Univ…
 
Podcast: Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael Episode: Pharma: Greed, Lies, and the Poisoning of America w/ Gerald Posner Pub date: 2020-03-18 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Big Pharma has a long history of putting profit over people, starting off similarly to flim-flam men selling 'miracle cures' and only taking off as a behemoth in …
 
Podcast: ChinaPower Episode: China's Arctic Ambitions: A Conversation with Anne-Marie Brady Pub date: 2020-03-24 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: This episode discusses China's growing influence in the Arctic region, where melting sea ice has uncovered a new theater of geopolitical competition. It breaks down China's priorities in…
 
Podcast: The Arts of Travel Episode: Crisis and Collapse: Vicky Osterweil on the Death of Neoliberal Multiculturalism & the Rise of Neoliberal Fascism Pub date: 2020-03-20 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: The current era of cascading environmental, economic and political crises has led to two equally horrific choices: ethnonationa…
 
Podcast: Politics Theory Other Episode: Coronavirus and the networked society w/ Will Davies Pub date: 2020-03-25 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Will the coronavirus crisis herald the break with neoliberal capitalism that many expected in the wake of the financial crisis? Why does the Anglo-American response to the COVID-19 pand…
 
Podcast: New Books in European Studies Episode: Nicholas R. Jones, "Staging Habla de Negros: Radical Performance of the African Diaspora in Early Modern Spain" (Penn State UP, 2019) Pub date: 2020-03-20 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: This episode analyses white appropriations of black African voices in Spanish theater in the six…
 
Podcast: Around The Empire Episode: Ep 153 Saudi Crackdowns Fail to Silence Online Dissent feat Jennifer Pan and Alexandra Siegel Pub date: 2020-03-19 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: According to an analysis of tweets and Google search data, the imprisonment of well-known Saudi activists, religious leaders and journalists for the…
 
Podcast: ourVoices Episode: US election special #1: The military industrial complex Pub date: 2020-03-19 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: America's military industrial complex encapsulates the intimate connection between private contractors, the defense department, academic institutions, mainstream media, the culture industry and …
 
Podcast: LA Review of Books Episode: The Roots of California's Modernist Utopia: Tuberculosis and Teutonic Nudism Pub date: 2020-03-21 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: This episode unveils a paradox that defines the rise of the Golden State Paradise/Dystopia: the relationship between California Modernism to European Sanatorium cul…
 
Sanjib Baruah’s latest book In the Name of the Nation: India and its Northeast (Stanford University Press, 2020) completes a trilogy on India’s northeastern borderland region of which the first two are India Against Itself: Assam and the Politics of Nationality (1999) and Durable Disorder: Understanding the Politics of Northeast India (2005). Writi…
 
Did modern Hinduism truly emerge due to the “reforms” instigated by “progressive” colonial figures such as Rammohun Roy? Brian A. Hatcher's new book Hinduism Before Reform (Harvard University Press, 2020) challenges this prevalent notion. Aimed at sidestepping the obfuscating binary of “progressive” vs “traditional”, this book examines in tandem tw…
 
Paradox is a sophisticated kind of magic trick. A magician's purpose is to create the appearance of impossibility, to pull a rabbit from an empty hat. Yet paradox doesn't require tangibles, like rabbits or hats. Paradox works in the abstract, with words and concepts and symbols, to create the illusion of contradiction. There are no contradictions i…
 
Podcast: The Michael Brooks Show Episode: 130 - Against Essentialism & For Liberation ft. Adolph Reed Pub date: 2020-03-12 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Human rights discourse works hand in glove with empire. In the US, what it comes down to, at least for the two major parties, is whether the hypothetical sheriff tells the mob …
 
Podcast: The Arts of Travel Episode: Candy Colored Clowns (Finale) w. Jake Flores on Mental Health in Stand-Up and the Emotional Labor of Comedians Pub date: 2020-03-13 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: The neoliberal self-care narrative says that comedians are better when they're more healthy, or when they're putting up an act. Bu…
 
Podcast: Keen On Episode: Angus Deaton on How the Flaws in Capitalism are Fatal for America's Working Class Pub date: 2020-03-13 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Over the last two hundred years, nothing has divided the world more than the free-market economic system. Is it the source of every social injustice, from exploitation to…
 
Podcast: Spark from CBC Radio Episode: 468: Concentration Pub date: 2020-03-13 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: There's no reason to believe that the ability to concentrate is being permanently eroded by digital distraction; rather, concentration is like a muscle that needs to be worked in order to be maintained. Ageing, for insta…
 
Podcast: Dig: A History Podcast Episode: Honor, Manhood, Slavery: Political Violence from Alexander Hamilton to John Brown Pub date: 2020-03-17 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: While it's easy to think of duels as simply evidence of a more violent age, they offer an important window into the political, racial and cultural history …
 
Podcast: AnthroDish Episode: 71: Food's Role in the Spread of Past Diseases with Jessica Hider Pub date: 2020-03-17 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Combining ancient DNA analyses with bioarchaeology and paleopathology, the interviewee explains the differences between food-borne diseases, zoonotic diseases and the ways that food w…
 
Podcast: Mad in America: Rethinking Mental Health Episode: Ian Parker - Psychology is Not What You Think Pub date: 2020-03-11 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Psychology needs a paradigm revolution to treat people as if they are human beings. The old experimental paradigm, which treats people as if they are objects, is still very …
 
Podcast: War and Representation Episode: America’s War Culture since 9/11 Pub date: 2020-03-17 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: This interview explores contemporary US war culture and focuses in particular on literature, film and media from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In this episode associate professor Patrick Deer discusse…
 
Podcast: SAGE Political Science & International Relations Episode: The Nature of PT Governments: A Variety of Neoliberalism? Pub date: 2020-03-17 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Understanding the PT governments and their achievements and limitations is essential not only for academic reasons or for coming to terms with history bu…
 
Features editor Ben, writer Michael and assistant editor of The Week Junior’s monthly Science+Nature magazine, Stevie chat to Bex about what's going on in the world. This week we’ll be celebrating an animal success story, finding out about a VERY old sport, and we’ll be hearing from you about how you’re adapting to life under the new coronavirus ru…
 
Ahmet T. Kuru’s new book Islam, Authoritarianism and Underdevelopment, A Global and Historical Comparison (Cambridge University Press, 2019) is a ground-breaking history and analysis of the evolution of the state in Muslim countries. Thoroughly researched and accessibly written, Kuru’s work traces the template of the modern-day state in many Muslim…
 
Podcast: 1869, the Cornell University Press Podcast Episode: 1869, Ep. 88 with Taomo Zhou, author of Migration in the Time of Revolution Pub date: 2020-03-05 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: This episode touches on why the close partnership between Indonesia and China started unraveling in the mid 1960s, what this meant to ethnic …
 
Podcast: The Know Show Episode: #8 Prof. Ray Kiely - Neo-liberalism and wokeness in the era of Trump & Brexit Pub date: 2020-02-27 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: What is neoliberalism? Why do younger voters gravitate toward more radical politics? Who are the scapegoats of today? How will the conservative turn develop in the comi…
 
Podcast: New Thinking Allowed Audio Podcast Episode: Black African Origins of Ancient Egyptian Culture with Thomas Brophy Pub date: 2020-03-04 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Prehistoric artifacts found in the Sahara are thought to have been created by the black population at a time when the area produced rains and had many anima…
 
Podcast: The Political Theory Review Episode: Andrew Huddleston - Nietzsche on the Decadence and Flourishing of Culture Pub date: 2020-03-04 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: There is a misconception in anglophone scholarship that Nietzsche is fundamentally concerned with individualism. Rather, he wrote extensively on broader, coll…
 
Podcast: Coffee with Comrades Episode: Episode 75: "We Carry a New World Here, In Our Hearts" Pub date: 2020-03-03 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: The importance of the Spanish Civil War depends on how one views the purpose of history. If history is a lesson, then it could serve as a reminder of the scale of what humanity is capa…
 
Podcast: Resources Radio Episode: The Economics of Environmental Justice, with Samuel Stolper and Catherine Hausman Pub date: 2020-03-01 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: This episode takes an economics lens to the problem of environmental justice and identifies a new and important channel through which these problems can arise: th…
 
Podcast: The Moral Science Podcast Episode: Dungeons and Dragons and Political Ideology with Stephen Vaisey Pub date: 2020-03-10 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: This episode discusses the relation between morality and political ideology, the developmental science of moralisation, the power of shared communal values for behavioura…
 
Podcast: Southpaw Episode: 59 – Oppressive Spaces, Urban Design, and Parkour's Radical Potential w/ Kel Glaister Pub date: 2020-03-11 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: Sometimes the best way to learn about capitalist structures is to ask a woman who runs around in it: a jog through the radical potential of parkour, capitalism's inf…
 
Podcast: History Extra podcast Episode: Food and war Pub date: 2020-03-02 Notes from The Syllabus 'Best Of Podcasts' Series: The episode explores how food and hunger played a critical role in the story of the American Revolutionary era. Historian Rachel B Hermann talks about her recent book No Useless Mouth, which explores how food and hunger playe…
 
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