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The She Births® Show is a place that will inspire your birth, evolve your parenting and help you live a life you love. Nadine Richardson, founder of She Births®, hosts a collection of conversations with special guests about better births, a philosophy of connected parenting and conscious, healthy living. Each season includes topics for not only parents and parents-to-be but fellow birth professionals. She Births® is a scientifically verified childbirth education program (BMJ, July 2016). It ...
 
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Archive Fever

Clare Wright and Yves Rees

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Archive Fever is a new Australian history podcast featuring intimate conversations with writers, artists, curators, fellow historians and other victims of the research bug. Each episode, co-hosts Clare Wright and Yves Rees talk to archive addicts about what kind of archives they use, how often they use them, when they got their first hit. Join us as we ask: what madness is this?
 
This Abroad Life is a show intended to illuminate the challenges and difficulties we face during our stay in a foreign country; especially during our time studying abroad. It is a great listen for you, who are planning to apply abroad. It will allow you to have an understanding of the situation. For those folks who are already here, it will act as a guideline.
 
This is a 'how to' podcast for anyone who wants to create a great place to work. Here, culture leaders will share their insights on how they build great cultures and I'll be sharing my experiences of helping organisations to establish and evolve winning cultures.
 
We would like to introduce 'Stories in Public Health', a podcast for new and aspiring public health professionals. Join as we travel around Sydney interviewing the people in public health that we most look up to! Download our podcast and: • Be inspired by public health professionals who are leaders in their fields • Learn about how they got to where they are, and what motivates them to work in public health. • Stay up-to-date with the latest public health practice from the real world and hav ...
 
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Clare and Yves are joined by Emeritus Professor Judith Brett, scholar of Australian politics and political history and author of such award-winning books as Robert Menzies: Forgotten People (2016) and The Enigmatic Mr Deakin (2017) and most recently, Doing Politics: Writing on Public Life (2022). What does it feel like to be obsessed with the past?…
 
Yves and Clare are joined by British historian and disability scholar Lauren Pikó, whose work explores the cultural histories of landscape. Lauren is the author of Milton Keynes in British Culture: Imagining England (2019). How does one look at archives and research through a disability lens? The group discusses the importance of presence and absen…
 
Clare and Yves are joined by Dr Lauren Burns, aeronautical engineer and author of Triple Helix: My Donor-Conceived Story (2022). How do you move forward when you hit the research brick wall again and again? What if your greatest archive is your own DNA? The group discusses carbon fibre, what was hidden becoming obvious, and genetic bewilderment.…
 
Yves and Clare are joined by Dr Mike Jones, archivist, historian, deputy director of the ANU’s research centre for deep history, and author of Artefacts, Archives, and Documentation in the Relational Museum (2021). What dangers lie in sacralizing the archive? Is it truly possible to allow everyone control over their own story? The group discusses t…
 
Connections between birthing and menopause Stop people-pleasing and discover authentic self-care Welcome to Episode 4 of Season 6, our Rise of the Feminine season. This collection of podcasts talks about how the feminine rises within us during pregnancy, birth and beyond. I’m so grateful you are listening to these conversations about living in a wa…
 
Clare and Yves are joined by journalist and broadcaster Tamara Oudyn whose latest ABC podcast series, ‘The Good Divorce’, tells the story of the seemingly elusive good divorce. Where does the research begin for a topic that’s still so taboo? The group discusses the key ingredients that make good talent, sources as a human archive, and balancing the…
 
Trudi Mares describes herself as the accidental public servant but whether accidental or not, Trudi has carved out an impressive and impactful career and continues to learn, eveole and take the opportunities she rightly earns. She understands how to connect purpose and values and turn it into meaningful action and inspires the same in others. Trudi…
 
Clare and Yves are joined by Duane Hamacher, a cultural astronomer from the University of Melbourne, specialising in Indigenous astronomy. Duane’s book, The First Astronomers: How Indigenous Elders Read the Stars (2022), is the product of 10 years of collaborative research with Indigenous elders. How does a boy from Missouri wind up reading the ant…
 
Clare and Yves are joined by Associate Professor Anna Clark, historian and author of Making Australian History (2022). How does one tell the history of history itself? Can we expand the very notion of the archive with a leap of imagination? The group discusses fateful timetable clashes, the opaqueness of deep time, and the limitations of a chronolo…
 
This week's Culture Makers episode is a replay of my 2019 (pre-pandemic!) interview with Didier Elzinga, CEO of Culture Amp a people and culture platform that helps companies around the world to gather insight and analytics on engagement and performance so that they can build and evolve high achieving teams. So while a lot has changed in the world …
 
The Spirituality Of Birth With Jessica Chapnik Kahn An honest exploration of two births, femininity, shame, rage and deep love. The becoming and disappearing of a mother. Welcome to Episode 3 of Season 6, our Rise of the Feminine season. In this collection of podcasts we are talking about how the feminine rises within us during pregnancy, birth and…
 
Richard has been in the coffee industry for 16 years, beginning with his first cafe in 2006. His career has taken him from behind a coffee machine to coffee farms in Colombia, washing stations in Burundi to head judging the World Barista Championships. His work with growers as part of Raw Material has been some of the most rewarding; developing and…
 
Amelie Patrux's empowered birth story of Elijah. From Australian Doula to French Solo Mom; a story of conscious choice. Welcome to Episode 2 in our Rise of the Feminine season. In this collection of podcasts we are talking about birthing and living in a new way that fully honours our feminine journey and aspects. From caring for the Earth, to honou…
 
Leanne is an award-winning CEO and Director with a demonstrated history of building vibrant cultures of success in the real estate industry. Skilled in Leadership, Negotiation, Property, Sales and Event Management, Leanne was recognised as the Most Influential Woman in Property at the 2021 AREA awards and Industry Thought Leader of the Year at the …
 
Season 6 of The She Births Show focuses on The Rise Of The Feminine. Listen in to Indigenous activist Ella Noah Bancroft in conversation with She Births Founder Nadine Richardson on why we need to decolonise our minds. An enlightening and inspiring conversation on claiming sovereignty and honouring Indigenous wisdom for a return to feminine power a…
 
Tamara Ryf is an experienced executive with 20 years’ experience in Australia and Europe providing staffing, consulting and technology solutions to Private and Public Sector organisations. Her strength is in building vibrant cultures that work collaboratively with clients to achieve their business objectives through the attraction and retention of …
 
As Second Commissioner and CIO, Ramez Katf provides leadership and strategic direction on information and communications technology in the ATO and ensures the delivery of technology services to support staff. He also ensures that the organisation is leveraging the most innovative trends in technology, to improve the experience of staff and clients.…
 
Born in Italy and educated in Milan, Matteo started his own photography business at an early age and spent 10 years shooting and exhibiting his work around the world. After starting their own family, Matteo and his husband became entrepreneurs in the healthcare sector when they opened the pionnering South Slope Pediatrics in New York City. Matteo f…
 
A special bonus episode where you can Ask Us Anything. Featuring Nadine Richardson x She Births® Educators Caitlin Siboulet and Sarah Beale Resources: Free Holistic Pregnancy Guide Free Release The Fear Visualisation Prepare for birth with She Births®: Online Course Weekend Course Follow us on @shebirths to ask your question at the next Ask Us Anyt…
 
Narelle Burke's full job title is as big as her experience and passion for people: Chief Human Resources Officer, Insights for Asia Pacific and Head of Diversity and Inclusion Global for Kantar. Narelle is an award winning international Human Resources (HR) leader with more than 20+ years’ experience working in strategic HR Business Partnering and …
 
shebirths.com How to heal birth trauma and have a VBAC in the hospital system. Janneke's vaginal birth after cesarean birth stories in Australia and Abu Dhabi. VBAC stands for vaginal birth after cesarean or as I like to sometimes call it ‘the near miracle birth’ in this day and age. Before we begin I think it's helpful to hear some of the statisti…
 
Brisbane-based Martin Holzworth has worked at BoQ, EDS, Hewlett-Packard, Ernst & Young, Fujitsu, Griffith University and now VMware in a mix of CTO and cyber roles that have seen him share his expertise and knowledge in 35 countries and territories. In this conversation, Martin shares his leadership and culture insights around cyber security, build…
 
As you'll see from this bio, Dr Siew Fang Law has qualifications and experience a-plenty but what really stands out for me is her understanding of people, the unique human experience and how who we are, where we come from, what we believe, influences how we create meaning in the world. Being able to tap into this is a great skill for building cultu…
 
Guillermo Diaz is a transformative global business leader and champion of diversity, equity and inclusion. He serves as the Chairman of the Hispanic Technology Executive Council (HITEC), he is on the board of directors at Blue Shield of California and also at Kloudspot Inc., an innovative predictive analytics platform provider, where he was previou…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of the Culture Makers Podcast where Colin D Ellis finds more culture makers out in the world of work and gets them to share their stories, insights and tips for creating a great place to work. In this episode Colin is talking to a leader who thrives on getting things done! Hassanah Rudd is the Head of People and Culture at Brigh…
 
Today's podcast is a beautiful story of love, magic, loss and ecstasy. Lauren Godfrey-Love and Lauren Fitzgerald-Love, both meditation teachers, share the story of their daughter's birth, Goldie and all the moments that led up to her arrival. This is much more than a birth story. We talk about conceiving during COVID across multiple borders with a …
 
Yves and Clare are joined by Professor John Carty and Dr Jared Thomas from the South Australia Museum to learn how the museum is grappling with its collection of unidentified Indigenous human remains — an archive of bones — and explore how the museum’s historical artefacts can operate as a “cultural seedbank” to facilitate the memory of and reconne…
 
Planning A Great Postpartum, Life after birth with Doula Naomi Chrisoulakis Today I chat with Naomi, a mum of two and postnatal Doula. She, like us at She Births, believes that every woman deserves a postpartum period that's restful, rejuvenating and respectful. We talk about what postpartum care looks like in our culture - and how broken we can al…
 
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