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Symbolism is the seed to mislead. Today's show kicks off with accelerants to WWIII and why we believe the news designed to confuse is pointing toward a concerted effort by world leaders to usher in wide scale military and cultural war. We're joined today by Chris and Rory, founders and hosts of Don't Let Them Burn (http://www.dontletthemburn.co ...…
 
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Semi-Intellectual Musings
 
Phil provides commentary on a bird fight he witnessed between crows, blue jays and little sparrows. Matt admits that he is a sinker who is afraid of zombies. Who knew? Matt’s Anthropology 101 (14:27) This episode is a succinct overview of anthropology, the study of human culture. Every anthropologist has their own definition of culture but thes ...…
 
OffPlanet Radio Special Report – Randy Maugans & Emily Moyer with Andrew Basiago , childhood subject of jump room and Tesla Quantum Access technology; Project Talent, and the Mars ARK projects, joins us for an extensive examination of the so-called “alternative media”. Website: http://www.marsanomalyresearch.com/ PDF Original show notes: http:/ ...…
 
OffPlanet Radio Special Report – Randy Maugans & Emily Moyer with Andrew Basiago , childhood subject of jump room and Tesla Quantum Access technology; Project Talent, and the Mars ARK projects, joins us for an extensive examination of the so-called “alternative media”. Website: http://www.marsanomalyresearch.com/ PDF Original show notes: http:/ ...…
 
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Westerns With Dad
 
1962’s Ride the High Country is the subject of this week’s episode. An early Sam Peckinpah and a late victory lap for golden age Western stars Joel McRea and Randolph Scott, it follows a pair of aging gunslingers as they attempt to transport gold cross country. It’s a nice adventure film about the twilight of the West, and a pair of aging gunsl ...…
 
Laurent Binet, who won the Prix Goncourt du premier roman for his first novel HHhH, was at the shop to read from and discuss his second, The 7th Function of Language (Harvill Secker). The new book is a global conspiracy thriller encompassing the death of Roland Barthes, semiotic theory and the sex life of Michel Foucault. 'It had me rolling on ...…
 
Oh boy they back at it again Dem other boyz are talkin NXT Takeover wrestling symbolism across cultures the Battle of the Super Juniors and just who can stop Asuka Tune in turn on and take the backdrop
 
Today, a conversation with French writer Laurent Binet about his new semiotic detective novel, The 7th Function of Language, we check into the Australian Writers Week in China with indigenous author and illustrator Bronwyn Bancroft, investigate queer indigenous art with Ngarigo man Peter Walpes Crowe, and find out about the glorious music from ...…
 
Collector-Curator, It took two months, but I’ve finally convinced Tel and Havelton to see things my way. For weeks, the old man spent the day attending to his dandelions, and dismissing me whenever I ran new apparitive patterns by him. He’d shake his head, cough out a grumble, and rattle on about some absurd, missing component: A “tower of tomo ...…
 
Collector-Curator, It took two months, but I’ve finally convinced Tel and Havelton to see things my way. For weeks, the old man spent the day attending to his dandelions, and dismissing me whenever I ran new apparitive patterns by him. He’d shake his head, cough out a grumble, and rattle on about some absurd, missing component: A “tower of tomo ...…
 
Collector-Curator, It took two months, but I’ve finally convinced Tel and Havelton to see things my way. For weeks, the old man spent the day attending to his dandelions, and dismissing me whenever I ran new apparitive patterns by him. He’d shake his head, cough out a grumble, and rattle on about some absurd, missing component: A “tower of tomo ...…
 
Collector-Curator, It took two months, but I’ve finally convinced Tel and Havelton to see things my way. For weeks, the old man spent the day attending to his dandelions, and dismissing me whenever I ran new apparitive patterns by him. He’d shake his head, cough out a grumble, and rattle on about some absurd, missing component: A “tower of tomo ...…
 
Jana Perković focuses on the intersection between urban policy and arts, immersive design and performance practice, and geographical theories.Jana also runs a podcast called AudioStage, so we are podcasting about podcasting around art, dance, choreography and questions.we also cover: disrupting expected conversation, staying with the landmines ...…
 
Hey there word nerds! Today we’ll be doing something a little bit different on the show. I am so delighted to welcome Kathleen Audet. Kathleen is a brilliant image consultant and is president and owner of Your Authentic Image. She is also a good friend and someone who has helped me turn my own mindset about clothing and image upside down (in a ...…
 
Cynthia Farid’s doctoral dissertation examines early twentieth-century South Asian legal history, specifically focusing on the judiciary and the role of legal elites in articulating ideas about constitutional reform. Through the institutional history of the judiciary, this project will trace the ways in which Indian legal elites profoundly shap ...…
 
Jana Perković focuses on the intersection between urban policy and arts, immersive design and performance practice, and geographical theories.Jana also runs a podcast called AudioStage, so we are podcasting about podcasting around art, dance, choreography and questions. we also cover: shame guilt violence social blindness making the moment str ...…
 
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Dirty Douglas Radio: The Podcast – Dirty Douglas Radio
 
Hosts: Vicky Belakhov and Jimmy Rocha, with special guests Florie Namir and Darren McFadden https://dirtydouglasradio.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/dirty-douglas-radio-episode-153.mp3 Download this episode right HERE! (right click and “save as”) Tracklist: Dust from 1000 Years – “Unkind” (from Spring) Settler – “Growing Up” (from TWO SONGS) Inspe ...…
 
Fair warning, this episode is thick with weirdness. Marc and Chad discuss the 2008 Canadian film Pontypool. It’s about a language virus, which invites us to infect the discussion with William S. Burroughs, semiotics, pataphysics, Quebecoise separatism, and altered states. Strap your headphones on and get ready to look for Honey the Cat.…
 
Carris Adams! Rocking Bad at Sports Center episode 3! Found bio (from http://www.messagesinthestreet.com/carris-adams/): Carris Adams' (B. 1987, Dallas, TX., lives Chicago) creates large scale drawings and paintings to address the signs and signifiers within a landscape that suggests difference, otherness and value. Believing that within the la ...…
 
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YaleCourses: Introduction to Theory of Literature with Paul H. Fry
 
Introduction to Theory of Literature (ENGL 300)In this lecture on post-colonial theory, Professor Paul Fry explores the work of Edward Said and Homi K. Bhabha. The complicated origins, definitions, and limitations of the term "post-colonial" are outlined. Elaine Showalter's theory of the phasic development of female literary identity is applied ...…
 
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YaleCourses: Introduction to Theory of Literature with Paul H. Fry
 
Introduction to Theory of Literature (ENGL 300)In this lecture on Derrida and the origins of deconstruction, Professor Paul Fry explores two central Derridian works: "Structure, Sign, and Play in the Discourse of Human Sciences" and "Différance." Derrida's critique of structuralism and semiotics, particularly the work of Levi-Strauss and Saussu ...…
 
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YaleCourses: Introduction to Theory of Literature with Paul H. Fry
 
Introduction to Theory of Literature (ENGL 300)In this lecture on the work of Roman Jakobson, Professor Paul Fry continues his discussion of synchrony and diachrony. The relationships among formalism, semiotics, and linguistics are explored. Claude Levi-Strauss's structural interpretation of the Oedipus myth is discussed in some detail. In orde ...…
 
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YaleCourses: Introduction to Theory of Literature with Paul H. Fry
 
Introduction to Theory of Literature (ENGL 300)In this lecture, Professor Paul Fry explores the semiotics movement through the work of its founding theorist, Ferdinand de Saussure. The relationship of semiotics to hermeneutics, New Criticism, and Russian formalism is considered. Key semiotic binaries--such as langue and parole, signifier and si ...…
 
In the third, and (for now) the last episode in our little mini-series about how Brexit is being taken up in academia, we brought on Robert Lawson, who is a lecturer and course director at Birmingham City University’s School of English and responsible for the linguistics arm of the Centre for Brexit Studies.We cover a whole big range of ground ...…
 
episode 10 PREVIEW. this is an excerpt from the taping of RaRaRoom Radio episode 10 with ABQ Hip-Hop artist and student of semiotics Summon. Here he tells O.G. Willikers about his book collection. this clip happens before the interview. Thats right BONUS MATERIAL! Song:"SH33P - HERDER" - Summon the WOLFEproduced by SMEAR BOTfeatured on a FREE c ...…
 
​Comedian & Actor Ian Insect talks to Krish about the use of language and how it contributes to our actions and our behavior. Plus stories about violence with tamborines and comedian roasts.
 
On this episode of Rank & Vile, we discuss Candyman, Burned At The Stake, And Now The Screaming Starts, bees, and the semiotics of child-burning. Special thanks to War Rocket Ajax and apologies for gimmick infringement.
 
Tim Stock joins us in studio this week to talk about ethnography and studying the language of social media to segment people by cultural interests. Using semiotics to understand hidden biases. Culture mapping and looking ahead for the reaction to current trends. How current language can signal future trends. How veering to far into a quantitati ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
David Schafer’s work embraces the physicality of sculpture and the ephemerality of sound. His work is concerned with the intelligibility and structures of language and of built space. His practice distills information and redirects it, while presenting new relationships that are critical or sometimes humorous. Resembling scaffolding, shelves, o ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
David Schafer’s work embraces the physicality of sculpture and the ephemerality of sound. His work is concerned with the intelligibility and structures of language and of built space. His practice distills information and redirects it, while presenting new relationships that are critical or sometimes humorous. Resembling scaffolding, shelves, o ...…
 
If you’ve walked past Adobe’s corporate headquarters in downtown San Jose, you may have spotted them: four big orange LED lights that look like flat-head screws, turning in apparently random patterns. This week’s Bay Curious question comes from listener Geoff Morgan, who wanted to know: What do the turning wheels on the top of the Adobe buildin ...…
 
Described as ‘The Citizen Kane of Westerns’ (by some guy on Rotten Tomatoes), this 1962 John Ford film certainly has a murderer’s row of great Western talent, starring no less than John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart and Lee Marvin. It’s also a deeply considered rumination on the building of America, and all civilization, and the role of both politics an ...…
 
ETAO Podcast, Episode 28. https://etao.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/etao-podcast-28.mp3 Last week, Richard Terrell outlined his framework for taxonomizing and evaluating game criticism, and we spent some time using that framework to disagree vociferously about whether Arin Hanson is any damn good at talking about Zelda. This week we get into the ...…
 
Welcome back to Rated LGBT Radio with Rob Watson. Call in to the show tonight to ask questions and join in the conversation at 323 657-1493! Tonight Rob welcomes Jason Leclerc. You might know him better as a political columnist for Watermark Magazine, or his acclaimed first bookMomentitiousness, but one thing is for sure Jason Leclerc is not af ...…
 
The first programme of two, dedicated to Umberto Eco, an Italian novelist, medievalist, semiotician, philosopher, and literary critic, who died on the 19th of February 2016. Many of you have read books like The Name of the Rose, Foucault's Pendulum, and The Island of the Day Before. To pay homage to the man and to his legacy, I invited Marco So ...…
 
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Current's The Pub with Adam Ragusea
 
If doctors make the worst patients, what can you expect when you have the most celebrated radio producer of his generation as a guest on your radio show? WNPR’s Colin McEnroe found out when he had Ira Glass on The Colin McEnroe Show Thursday and they ended up having an extensive on-air conversation about how to edit the sound of Glass getting u ...…
 
Bridget Stokes is a filmmaker who currently has several projects in development through her production company, Instant Pictures, including feature film Emmett, which she will direct, The Lost Husband, which she will produce, and a television adaptation of The Volunteer. Bridget recently completed production on a comedy web series pilot she dir ...…
 
We are joined by our returning guest Zak Breckenridge in a conversation about the theories, ideas, and books behind Umberto Eco's debut novel. With his help, we establish a baseline understanding of Semiotics in order to make sense of the ways in which our author incorporated his own academic pursuits in "The Name of the Rose," as well as discu ...…
 
Since Bulbasaur is back on TDS, we decided to bring back one of our own…2:30 Pagan revival at Nike’s Uni8:25 Social justice Catholic cat lady13:45 http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/09/22/mispronouncing-students-name-now-microaggression/19:40 http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/09/23/race-baiting-oxford-rhodes-scholar-i-wish-id-whipp ...…
 
Last Wednesday bubb.la hosted a debate in Stockholm in cooperation with Marxist-Humanist Initiative and this week’s podcast is a recording of that debate between libertarian economist Per Bylund and marxist economist Andrew Kliman. Thanks goes out to our Zero Book Club members and encourage listeners who haven’t signed up as members to do so. T ...…
 
Last Wednesday bubb.la hosted a debate in Stockholm in cooperation with Marxist-Humanist Initiative and this week’s podcast is a recording of that debate between libertarian economist Per Bylund and marxist economist Andrew Kliman. Thanks goes out to our Zero Book Club members and encourage listeners who haven’t signed up as members to do so. T ...…
 
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