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In this series of ten video lectures Peter Adamson, Professor of Philosophy at the LMU in Munich and King’s College London, discusses the contributions of women intellectuals, mystics, and philosophers in ancient Greece, ancient China, the Islamic world, and medieval Europe. From Diotima to Christine de Pizan, we learn about the ideas of female thinkers and also about the challenges they faced in putting forward these ideas.
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Meeting in the Middle Ages

Meeting in the Middle Ages

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Meeting in the Middle Ages is the Medieval Institute of Notre Dame's podcast. Our goal is to answer the questions "what do medievalists do, and how do they do it?" Episodes—a new one each month—are built around informal conversations between our hosts, Ben and Will, and medievalist scholars and graduate students. We discuss how they became medievalists, what led them to their current research, the resources they use, and how they use them.
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Bottled Petrichor

Bottled Petrichor

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Welcome to Bottled Petrichor, a podcast dedicated to discussing key topics in Islamic History and Thought. In addition to a short lecture at the start of most episodes, we ask our guest experts questions submitted by listeners and allow them to share their thoughts in a safe environment. Please visit our twitter page for feedback and question submission forms. https://twitter.com/BottldPetrichor
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Businesses everywhere are struggling with change due to digital disruption. They are now at an inflection point: give up obsolete marketing practices, or risk being denied a meaningful role in the lives of people. The goal is no longer to amplify the voice of the brand – it is to serve the needs and interests of customers at every stage of the relationship lifecycle. This new marketing model is characterized by the strategic embrace of Customer First Thinking, where the emphasis is on delive ...
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Digital Storm, a Fikra Original Production, is brought to you by Peter, Younes, and Jules to serve as your compass for digital navigation. Each Monday, we unveil the profound impact of the digital landscape on our contemporary society and our wellbeing. We dissect the intricate process of digitization, exploring the convergence of ideas (Fikra in Arabic) with guests from diverse fields—research, culture, politics, and tech.
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This month we sit down with Dr. Anne Elise Crafton, recent alum of the University of Notre Dame's Medieval Institute and current postdoctoral fellow. We chat about their recent dissertation, "You Sound Like a Wif: The Representation of Women's Speech in Old English," Tolkien's legacy of creating medievalists, and the difficulties of finding and cat…
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Cohosts Peter and Younes join Raffi Feghali to explore the transformative power of theater, storytelling, and improvisation. Raffi shares his journey into theater, ignited by his passion for storytelling and improv. They discuss the crucial role of reflection in his work and methods to maintain growth and authenticity. They highlight how improv enh…
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Brand tracking studies are a standard research tool for marketers who need to understand how people feel about their brand. The problem with them, according to brand health expert Jenni Romaniuk, is that they don’t tell marketers what they really need to know to grow their brand.
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Peter and Younes dive into the complexities of online authenticity in the age of influencers. Delving into the challenges of maintaining authenticity in our attention-centric economy through diverse case studies that shed light on the shifting landscape of online identities. They discuss how platforms like Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok shape and d…
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Dive into the transformative world of education as we discuss its past developments, present innovations, and future possibilities. If you as well, just like Peter and Younes feel that TurnitIn and other plagiarism tools are not the best for helping students grow and learn. Or if you feel our society needs more investment into how we we can use tec…
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This month we continue our conversation with Dr. Michelle P. Brown, professor emerita of medieval manuscript studies at the University of London and former curator of illuminated manuscripts at the British Library. We talk about bringing medieval England to the general public, preparing mentally for working with manuscripts, and (possibly) finding …
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Peter and Younes are joined by Clare in exploring the psychological impacts of technology. This episode dives into how digital devices influence society, mental health, and news consumption. Clare sheds light on the appropriate age for device use among children and offers strategies for a healthier digital life. Whether you’re curious about the eff…
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Content glut has suffocated the chances of discovery for most marketers. The only way for content marketing to succeed, according to renowned content strategist Robert Rose, is to transform content operations teams into specialized publishing units closely attuned to audience interests and needs.
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This month we sit down with Dr. Michelle P. Brown, professor emerita of medieval manuscript studies at the University of London and former curator of illuminated manuscripts at the British Library. We speak with her about her new book, Bede and the Theory of Everything (published by Reaktion Books), the challenges of working with shy medieval autho…
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Peter and Younes, dive into the European Union's Digital Services Act. Unpacking the implications of the DSA on digital marketing and content creation, they explore the impact on major platforms like Meta, Google, and TikTok. Through research and casual conversation, they discuss the need for transparency in content moderation and the importance of…
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