Best semiotics podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Interstellar Communication: Semiotic, Linguistic and Cognitive Approaches
 
"Fashion is nothing but what one says it is." - Barthes 1961 What they wore, why they wore it. Exploring style as personal expression including intersections of fashion/gender/culture/art/all the 'isms' and more. Categories: arts, society and culture, fashion, style, semiotics
 
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Episode 5 of Lunch Manoeuvres discusses what makes a good employee, the difference between a good portfolio and someone with a great mindset and the when someone is just blocking themselves from doing great work. We would love to hear you thoughts on the show, please tell us how we are doing by getting in touch via Facebook, Instagram and by ra ...…
 
Creativity and imagination are one and the same, and they’re both taken to new heights when building a board game. We awaken our inner child in this episode as we explore the world of board game creation. We will hear from Branwen Zakariasen, a board game creator with the experience and knowledge we need to learn everything we can about this fa ...…
 
Noises, dog walking in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Thoughts about Philosophize This! Podcast, Roland Barthes, Structuralism, and Semiotics.
 
And introducing……those wild eyed boys! Yes, we’re talking Thin Lizzy, the Irish hard rock group that obtained international recognition through their 1976 single “The Boys Are Back In Town”. We talk all about the band, Twitter semiotics and what we talk about when we talk about "the boys" with our guest, writer, critic and creator of the popula ...…
 
Lunch Manoeuvres Explainers are a series of short-form podcasts where Leigh and Victor drill down into terminology and phrases that are used in the main show. In Lunch Manoeuvres Explainers episode 1, Leigh and Victor give their take on what and MVP (minimal viable product) is and how it applies to their work. They also talk about the concept o ...…
 
Episode 3 of Lunch Manoeuvres considers what a screen-less future looks like and what that means for the future of user interface design. Lunch Manoeuvres Explainers are a series of short-form podcasts where Leigh and Victor drill down into terminology and phrases that are used in the main show. In Lunch Manoeuvres Explainers episode 1, Leigh a ...…
 
This week Leigh speaks to Victor, from London to New York, about the viability of the design sprint in a corporate context. When is it ok to adapt a design sprint to the needs of the project? Lunch Manoeuvres Explainers are a series of short-form podcasts where Leigh and Victor drill down into terminology and phrases that are used in the main s ...…
 
Semiotics, building relationships, and the power of deeper storytelling.
 
An introduction to LM and our thoughts on looking to far ahead in tech - well, five minutes on it at least. More to follow... Lunch Manoeuvres Explainers are a series of short-form podcasts where Leigh and Victor drill down into terminology and phrases that are used in the main show. In Lunch Manoeuvres Explainers episode 1, Leigh and Victor gi ...…
 
In our welcome to 2018 episode, we have a visit from Loz, a song from Max the Pickle and a long discussion about sex, consent and trial by media. We also talk about the evolution of wolf to dog…sort of. Trial by Media https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trial_by_media https://nswcourts.com.au/articles/trial-by-media-how-does-it-affect-the-right-to- ...…
 
Carina and Her Gentlemen sit around to discuss the lens of Semiotics in the film MoulinRouge.
 
Episode 4 This might be an accidental Street Art? episode. Caroline shits on Banksy a lot and Rebecca is a hypocrite as she critiques Obey and Shepard Fairey.Check us out on Instagram @honestlyfair. Hey so, do you know how to google? If you don't, here are some things for you to practice searching for and learning about on the world wide web. W ...…
 
Want your mind blown? Listen to this episode. Semiotic researcher Charles Leech drops by to explain how and why we get goosebumps when we hear certain songs, and how rock music almost didn't exist if not for a guy called Palestrina. Charles relates some utterly fascinating facts and logic surrounding the science of music in this episode. I'm st ...…
 
Chris Hausler of Atash and the Dirty River Boys made his second on appearance on the show, for a truly schizoid experience. We tackled topics ranging from free speech to semiotics and beyond. Enjoy the ride!
 
https://poddedeux.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/marc-bamuthi.mp3 [*If you’re listening with headphones, be sure to use both left & right for this episode!*] This month, we had the good fortune to catch Marc Bamuthi Joseph for a quick interview while he was in NYC! Marc is widely recognized as one of the most vital voices in performance, arts educ ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Comic Books as HistorySubtitle: The Narrative Art of Jack Jackson, Art Spiegelman, and Harvey PekarAuthor: Joseph WitekNarrator: Gabriel RussoFormat: UnabridgedLength: 5 hrs and 6 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 09-14-17Publisher: University Press Au ...…
 
Bird talks about filmic and cinematic aspects of cosmism will also consider later engagements with modeling in Soviet cybernetics, semiotics, and installation art (e.g. Francisco Infante-Arana and Il’ia Kabakov)German translation
 
“I think lots of our celebrities are ‘writerly’ texts. When we read them we rewrite them as well... Bowie died in January of last year but he’s alive because I’m listening to him and rewriting him, recreating him, and in many ways I’m resurrecting him as well every time I put that record on.” David Bowie in Darkness: A Study of 1. Outside and t ...…
 
Carla Gannis discusses emoji, using augmented reality for creativity and the current state of digital art in New York. Carla is an American artist and Assistant Chair of Digital Arts at Pratt Institute. She identifies as a visual storyteller and with the use of 21st Century representational technologies she narrates through a “digital looking g ...…
 
The Premier League is once again on the march, with Arsene Wenger initially saying ten teams could win it this season, before scaling that back to six. Ken and Eoin discuss the most popular fantasy football footballers, bonus points for insouciance, ABBA, heaving Aviva, Barcelona’s big buys, and the growth of fan culture and prize-money in wome ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Autobiographical ComicsSubtitle: Life Writing in PicturesAuthor: Elisabeth El RefaieNarrator: Katie MitchellFormat: UnabridgedLength: 7 hrs and 54 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 07-31-17Publisher: University Press AudiobooksGenres: Arts & Entertainm ...…
 
The message intended is not necessarily the message received. Communication (from Latin communicare, meaning "to share") is the act of conveying intended meanings from one entity or group to another through the use of mutually understood signs and semiotic rules.If you want to be an effective communicator, these three practices will separate yo ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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