Best university essay podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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The Literature Review Podcast
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Mixture of advice and expert interviews to provide guidance on all of the common problems you face when doing a literature review.
 
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An Irregular Miscellany: A selection of essays and lectures from the Common University
 
Throughout the 1920s the Common University provided a free and ready source of education to the working classes of England through various lecture series and the distribution of educative pamphlets in the East End. At the time it renowned as a philanthropic exercise noted more for its good intentions than its practice of asking for lecturers' credentials. In the mid 1930s it shut down amid a small furore over the nonsense it was teaching. It was assumed by all involved that that would be the ...
 
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An Irregular Miscellany: A selection of essays and lectures from the Common University
 
Throughout the 1920s the Common University provided a free and ready source of education to the working classes of England through various lecture series and the distribution of educative pamphlets in the East End. At the time it renowned as a philanthropic exercise noted more for its good intentions than its practice of asking for lecturers' credentials. In the mid 1930s it shut down amid a small furore over the nonsense it was teaching. It was assumed by all involved that that would be the ...
 
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Picture Talk
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My name's Dr Nina Lübbren. I'm an art historian and senior lecturer in film studies at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England. On this page, you can find my podcasts on how to write a university essay. You will learn to construct an argument and research your topic. My talks use film and art as examples but are relevant for students in all of the arts and humanities).Enjoy the podcasts! If you do, let me know via feedback: thanks! :-)
 
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The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice by Stephen Leacock
 
This lengthy political essay by noted Canadian humourist Stephen Leacock was written while he was professor of political economy at McGill University. He argues for a middle ground between individualism/capitalism and pure socialism. Listeners in the early 21st century may find this 90-year old essay oddly topical.
 
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Inside Creative Writing—Weekly Podcast on Craft & Technique for Writers of Fiction and Creative Nonfiction
 
The InsideCreativeWriting.com podcast is a weekly audio discussion of craft and technique for writers of fiction and creative nonfiction. Every week we examine a different specific element of craft through examples, insight, and weekly writing challenges. The podcast features guest interviews on specific elements of the writing craft and incorporates listener feedback in the form of topic suggestions, responses to previous episodes, favorite quotes and advice on writing, and questions.About ...
 
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Hamza Tzortzis
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Hamza Andreas Tzortzis is an international public speaker on Islam. He is a writer, having authored articles, essays and commentaries on political philosophy, the philosophy of religion and society. Ustadh Hamza Tzortzis is an intellectual activist actively engaging on issues pertaining to religion, social cohesion and politics. He is also a researcher with a recent publication on non-Muslim perceptions on Islam and Muslims.Ustadh Hamza Tzortzis regularly appears in the media explaining and ...
 
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Orthodoxy
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"Orthodoxy," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1908. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. "The only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. Even a bad shot is dignified when he accepts a duel." This is how Chesterton explains "Orthodoxy," the sequel to Heretics. "I have attempted in a vague and personal way, in a set of mental pictures rather than in a series of deductions, to state the philosophy in which I have come to believe. I wil ...
 
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From Dictatorship to Democracy by SHARP, Gene
 
From Dictatorship to Democracy, A Conceptual Framework for Liberation is a book-length essay on the generic problem of how to destroy a dictatorship and to prevent the rise of a new one. The book was written in 1993 by Gene Sharp (b. 1928), a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts. The book has been published in many countries worldwide and translated into more than 30 languages. Editions in many languages are also published by the Albert Einstein Institution of Bo ...
 
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Sadhana, The Realisation of Life, version 2 by TAGORE, Rabindranath
 
A collection of essays on the Hindu/Buddhist view of humankind's place in the universe. As the author says in his introduction: "in these papers, it may be hoped, western readers will have an opportunity of coming into touch with the ancient spirit of India as revealed in our sacred texts and manifested in the life of to-day." Most of the essays were given as lectures before Harvard University in 1916 or before. (Summary by Peter Yearsley)
 
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Essay Concerning Humane Understanding, An by LOCKE, John
 
John Locke's essays on human understanding answers the question “What gives rise to ideas in our minds?”. In the first book Locke refutes the notion of innate ideas and argues against a number of propositions that rationalists offer as universally accepted truth. In the second book Locke elaborates the role played by sensation, reflection, perception and retention in giving rise to simple ideas. Then he elaborates on how different modes, substances and relations of simple ideas (of the same ...
 
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Life's Enthusiasms by JORDAN, David Starr
 
The words in this essay on positive thought sing like those in Whitman's "Leaves of Grass." The author praises joyous living and recommends certain routes to its attainment. He explores schooling (public secondary and the university), travel, and the study of nature as ways to stay buoyant during life's trials. He also praises the power of the arts (literature, music, painting, sculpture) to keep spirits soaring. (Summary by Bill Boerst)
 
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The Alaskan by James Oliver Curwood
 
This story opens with a young woman who voyages alone into the wilds of Alaska to escape her tragic past. It then continues on to a young man who passionately protects the pristine environment, people and way of life in this snowbound country. Finally, a greedy profiteer arrives in the narrative whose only aim is to fill his pockets. When these three characters encounter each other on the stark and snowy plains, it's a clash of ideals and the sparks begin to fly. The Alaskan by James Oliver ...
 
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A Different Point of View
Daily
 
Recently re-mastered with all around better quality sound and production!! Originally aired as a segment for Michael and Evo's Wingin' It! podcast, A Different Point of View is a series of essays about the Star Wars Universe as seen through the eyes of lowly sandtrooper, TD-0013. It takes everything you thought you knew about the Star Wars saga and flips it around to expose the ugly underbelly of the Rebellion, The Jedi, and everything else. A Different Point of View has rapidly become one o ...
 
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Posthumous Essays of John Churton Collins, The by COLLINS, John Churton
 
John Churton Collins was a literary critic who lived from 1848-1908. In 1904 John Collins became professor of English literature at Birmingham University (United Kingdom). He writes about the lives of English and German authors beginning with William Shakespeare (1564-1616) and ending with Alfred, Lord Tennyson(1809-1892). He wrote the book in response to On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History, by Thomas Carlyle (1840). His son, L.C. Collins, collected these essays from various s ...
 
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Sadhana, The Realisation of Life, version 2 by TAGORE, Rabindranath
 
A collection of essays on the Hindu/Buddhist view of humankind's place in the universe. As the author says in his introduction: "in these papers, it may be hoped, western readers will have an opportunity of coming into touch with the ancient spirit of India as revealed in our sacred texts and manifested in the life of to-day." Most of the essays were given as lectures before Harvard University in 1916 or before. (Summary by Peter Yearsley)
 
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From Dictatorship to Democracy (version 2) by SHARP, Gene
 
From Dictatorship to Democracy, A Conceptual Framework for Liberation is a book-length essay on the generic problem of how to destroy a dictatorship and to prevent the rise of a new one. The book was written in 1993 by Gene Sharp (b. 1928), a professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts. The book has been published in many countries worldwide and translated into more than 30 languages. Editions in many languages are also published by the Albert Einstein Institution of Bo ...
 
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Essays, First Series by EMERSON, Ralph Waldo
 
“We live in succession, in division, in parts, in particles. Meantime within man is the soul of the whole; the wise silence; the universal beauty, to which every part and particle is equally related, the eternal ONE. And this deep power in which we exist and whose beatitude is all accessible to us, is not only self-sufficing and perfect in every hour, but the act of seeing and the thing seen, the seer and the spectacle, the subject and the object, are one. We see the world piece by piece, as ...
 
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Looking In Lifecast
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The Looking In Lifecast is about examining the feelings, emotions and experiences that we all share, those things that are universally human—from anger and jealousy to excitement and love. Hosted by Noah Glick, each episode focuses on a different theme, a unique experience, and includes personal essays, stories, jokes, and all those other things humans like to share with each other.
 
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Autobiography of Goethe Volume 2, The by GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von
 
A literary celebrity by the age of 25, Goethe was ennobled by the Duke of Saxe-Weimar, Carl August in 1782 after first taking up residence there in November 1775 following the success of his first novel, The Sorrows of Young Werther. He was an early participant in the Sturm und Drang literary movement. During his first ten years in Weimar, Goethe served as a member of the Duke's privy council, sat on the war and highway commissions, oversaw the reopening of silver mines in nearby Ilmenau, an ...
 
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Shifter Media
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Daniel Milnor is currently “Creative Evangelist” for Blurb, Inc. the world’s premiere print-on-demand publisher. He splits his time between the smog-choked arteries of Southern California and the spiritual landscape of New Mexico.Milnor is a former newspaper, magazine and commercial photographer who now works primarily on long-term projects. His work has taken him from the rural corners of the United States to Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America.He has taught at Art Center College of Desi ...
 
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Essays in Radical Empiricism by JAMES, William
 
William James (1842 – 1910) was a pioneering American psychologist and philosopher. He wrote influential books on the young science of psychology, educational psychology, psychology of religious experience and mysticism, and the philosophies of pragmatism and Radical Empiricism. Essays in Radical Empiricism is a collection edited and published posthumously by his colleague and biographer Ralph Barton Perry in 1912. It was assembled from a collection of reprinted journal articles published fr ...
 
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Sadhana, the Realisation of Life by TAGORE, Rabindranath
 
Rabindranath Tagore was a Bengali poet, philosopher, visual artist, playwright, composer, and novelist whose work reshaped Bengali literature and music in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He became Asia’s first Nobel laureate when he won the 1913 Nobel Prize in Literature. Sadhana is a collection of essays, most of which he gave before the Harvard University, describing Indian beliefs, philosophy and culture from different viewpoints, often making comparison with Western thought and c ...
 
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Essay Concerning Humane Understanding, An by LOCKE, John
 
John Locke's essays on human understanding answers the question “What gives rise to ideas in our minds?”. In the first book Locke refutes the notion of innate ideas and argues against a number of propositions that rationalists offer as universally accepted truth. In the second book Locke elaborates the role played by sensation, reflection, perception and retention in giving rise to simple ideas. Then he elaborates on how different modes, substances and relations of simple ideas (of the same ...
 
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Of the Injustice of Counterfeiting Books by KANT, Immanuel
 
This essay of Kant’s on copyright argues that the unlicensed copying of books cannot possibly be permissible, due to the fact that it assumes a consent on the part of the author which it is logically impossible for the author to give. The argument is dependent upon an assumption that the writings be commodified, for the reason why the author is unable to possibly give consent to multiple publishers is due to the author’s will – to communicate with the public – necessitating the profitability ...
 
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A Different Point of View
Daily+
 
Recently re-mastered with all around better quality sound and production!! Originally aired as a segment for Michael and Evo's Wingin' It! podcast, A Different Point of View is a series of essays about the Star Wars Universe as seen through the eyes of lowly sandtrooper, TD-0013. It takes everything you thought you knew about the Star Wars saga and flips it around to expose the ugly underbelly of the Rebellion, The Jedi, and everything else.A Different Point of View has rapidly become one of ...
 
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Orthodoxy
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"Orthodoxy," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1908. "The only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. Even a bad shot is dignified when he accepts a duel." This is how Chesterton explains "Orthodoxy," the sequel to Heretics. "I have attempted in a vague and personal way, in a set of mental pictures rather than in a series of deductions, to state the philosophy in which I have come to believe. I will not call it my philosophy; fo ...
 
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You Never Miss the Dopamine (until the brain runs dry)
 
He's quickly becoming the Lewis Black of Parkinson's Disease. In a series of hilarious essays, Bill Schmalfeldt (author of "No Doorway Wide Enough", also on Podiobooks) lashes out at Parkinson's Disease "and the other things that annoy me." Recorded at his kitchen table, you can hear life going on in the background as Bill talks about stupid studies that prove things that anyone with common sense should know ("Parkies who drool are embarrassed by it! It's SCIENCE!"), his own declining cognit ...
 
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You Never Miss the Dopamine (until the brain runs dry)
 
He's quickly becoming the Lewis Black of Parkinson's Disease. In a series of hilarious essays, Bill Schmalfeldt (author of "No Doorway Wide Enough", also on Podiobooks) lashes out at Parkinson's Disease "and the other things that annoy me." Recorded at his kitchen table, you can hear life going on in the background as Bill talks about stupid studies that prove things that anyone with common sense should know ("Parkies who drool are embarrassed by it! It's SCIENCE!"), his own declining cognit ...
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Jeff Dolven teaches poetry and poetics at Princeton University. He is the author of two books of criticism, Senses of Style (2018) and Scenes of Instruction (2007), as well as the hasty Take Care (2017), and essays on a variety of subjects, including Renaissance metrics, Edmund Spenser, Shakespeare’s reading, Fairfield Porter, and player pianos ...…
 
How Will Americans Judge the Tax Reform?Guest: Stephanie Leiser, Lecturer, Gerald Ford School of Public Policy, University of MichiganRepublicans in Congress exhaled a huge sigh of relief when the packaged tax bill passed at the end of the year – now they’d have something to show voters when they hit the campaign trail for re-election this fall ...…
 
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Author Hour with Charlie Hoehn
 
Jeb White is the founder of CollegeAdmissions.com. In his new book Breaking Into College, he gives you the formula for getting into America’s most selective colleges. The dirty truth is that many students slide past gate-keepers with the help of consultants, tutors, coaches, and essay writers. Jeb teaches the smart way to avoid getting rejected ...…
 
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West Texas Talk - Interviews from Marfa Public Radio
 
Caroline Halter speaks to author Sonja Klein about her newest book, Ambushed by America - a collection of essays on life, love, and travel. Sonja Rose Klein is a fifth generation Texan, a native Houstonian, and graduate of The University of Texas. She has taught school, worked at NASA as an editor and after retiring as a property tax consultant ...…
 
In recent years, spiritual memoirs have frequently become best-selling books, garnering public acclaim. What distinguishes them as a special subset of autobiography? In this two-part presentation, Dr. Mason will introduce participants to the genre and encourage the preparation of brief personal memoirs by the participants. Workshops will follow ...…
 
Daniel Coffeen is the author of the Zero Books title “Reading the Way of Things” and a frequent guest on this podcast and many others including the Partially Examined Life. In this episode we discuss his essay: “On the Radical Empiricism of Rhetoric.” Here’s an excerpt: A rhetorical reckoning riles many people up as it doesn’t try to ground its ...…
 
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Irenicast - Conversations to Provoke Your Progressive Christian Imagination
 
The illustrious Deborah Blades joins us to discuss the incarnation, the disruption that are bodies, and what a theology formed in postcolonial and feminist theory might look like around the holidays. For the segment, Jeff, Allen, and Debbie talk about those times they each discovered Santa was a little too incredible. Incarnation Conversation ( ...…
 
(Dec 15, 2017) When the editor of The Hill News at St. Lawrence University clashed with the author of an essay responding to another essay about conservatives and open debate on campus, things got messy. David Sommerstein hosts.
 
(Dec 14, 2017) A St. Lawrence University student wrote an open letter that conservatives didn't feel comfortable speaking out. Another student wrote an essay in response, called "Aiding and Abetting Whiteness". David Sommerstein hosts.
 
“I came home from Spain to a frozen house in mid-January after Macedonia had been bombarded with copious amounts of snow… My toilet wouldn’t flush, the water didn’t run, all the pipes were frozen, and the windows were icy. It was like my entire bungalow mutated into an igloo of sorts while Macedonia was starting to resemble the likes of Siberia ...…
 
Caca Dolce: Essays from a Lowbrow Life (Soft Skull Press) From a cult favorite and indie-press bestseller who has been called “the preeminent chronicler of Internet-age malaise” (Lena Dunham) and “an exquisite original” (Chloe Caldwell), a candid, tender, and very funny book about relationships, class, art, sex, money, and family. In a fresh, s ...…
 
Catalina (Farrar/MCD) A magnetic, provocative debut novel chronicling a young woman’s downward spiral following the end of an affair Elsa Fisher is headed for rock bottom. At least, that’s her plan. She has just been fired from MoMA on the heels of an affair with her married boss, and she retreats to Los Angeles to blow her severance package on ...…
 
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Concordia Irish Studies Podcast
 
Dr. Irene Whelan has taught at Manhattanville College since 1990. A native of County Galway on Ireland’s west coast, she was educated at the National University of Ireland - Galway and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she studied with James S. Donnelly Jr., a leading historian of modern Ireland. Her dissertation on the evangelical mov ...…
 
Peter Behren’s first novel The Law of Dreams won the Governor-General's Award, Canada's most prestigious book prize, and has been published in nine languages. The New York Times Book Review called his second novel, The O'Briens, "a major achievement." Carry Me, his third novel was published in February 2016. He is the author of two collections ...…
 
David and Tamler keep their Nagel streak alive, discussing the essay "The Fragmention of Value" from his collection "Mortal Questions." How should we address our fragmented moral landscape, with multiple sources of value that can't be reduced or systematically ordered? Does this make all of our moral decisions arbitrary? Plus, we talk about Lou ...…
 
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Up in Your Business with Kerry McCoy
 
Dr. Gayle Seymour received her Ph.D. in art history from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1986. She teaches upper-division courses in American art and Women in Art. Her specific research interests encompass a wide range of topics, including Pre-Raphaelite art, American Depression-era post office murals, Japanese American Internmen ...…
 
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This Is Not A Pipe Podcast
 
“It doesn’t seem to me to require any obscurity to challenge people and to put them in new positions.” A Fragile Life: Accepting Our Vulnerability By Todd May Todd May discusses his book A Fragile Life: Accepting Our Vulnerability with Chris Richardson. May is the Class of 1941 Memorial Professor of the Humanities at Clemson University. He is t ...…
 
First, Happy Thanksgiving to all our listeners! We hope you will have a lovely day, filled with family and food, and that you will have a relaxing long weekend. Oh, except for the fact that some of your teenagers will be finishing up college application supplemental essays--or worse still, just starting them--so your weekend is not likely to be ...…
 
“Ten with Ken” continues from the 2017 Ontario Universities’ Fair. In part 2 of a 3-part series, Ken Steele talks to a dozen Ontario university leaders about creating the environment on-campus in which creative thinking, entrepreneurship and innovation mindset can flourish. In discussion, these senior administrators identified 10 key ways to he ...…
 
Transcript: I want to say a little bit, I want to introduce myself. I am Jeff Robinson. I serve as pastor of Christ Fellowship Church of Louisville, here in Louisville. It's about 10 minutes from here. We are in Middletown. I want you guys to know about Louisville, but I am in Middletown, Kentucky, where it's actually just a suburb of Louisvill ...…
 
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Cyber Law and Business Report on WebmasterRadio.fm
 
[Eric Goldman is a Professor of Law at Santa Clara University School of Law (SCU Law), where he is also Director of the school’s High Tech Law Institute. His research and teaching focuses on Internet law, intellectual property and marketing law.Before becoming a full-time law professor, Eric practiced law in the Silicon Valley for 8 years, firs ...…
 
I need a dramaturg STAT. Marshall Botvinick describes the roles and responsibilities of the mysterious dramaturg (you’ll want to hire one too!), teaching theatre online, unanticipated barriers to building audiences, and ‘theatre-making in the season of Trump’. What does it take to have a two-directional conversation, combat fear of judgment, an ...…
 
Michial Farmer talks with David Grubbs and Nathan Gilmour about Gadamer's essay "The Universality of the Hermeneutical Problem."
 
About The Sun Magazine The Sun is an independent, ad-free magazine that for more than forty years has used words and photographs to evoke the splendour and heartache of being human. Each monthly issue features personal essays, short stories, interviews, poetry, and photographs that explore the challenges we face and the moments when we rise to ...…
 
Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host Nellie Bailey. Coming up: a Black radical candidate explains how you can run a winning political campaign, even if you lose the election; and first, they stole the people’s right to vote, in Detroit, th ...…
 
In the Province of the Gods (University of Wisconsin Press) An American's journey of profound self-discovery in Japan, and an exquisite tale of cultural and physical difference, sexuality, love, loss, mortality, and the ephemeral nature of beauty and art. Kenny Fries embarks on a journey of profound self-discovery as a disabled foreigner in Jap ...…
 
The novelists Teri Emory (Second Acts) and Heidi Mastrogiovanni (Lala Pettibone’s Act Two) have between them well over a century’s life experience, and they’ve got tales to tell. Come hear them discuss how they’ve managed to support their writing habits over many years, how they handle the ageless scourge of rejection, how they create female ch ...…
 
Matthew Pauly is an associate professor in the Department of History. Pauly was a U.S. Department of State Fascell Fellow at the American Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine prior to teaching.He is the author of Breaking the Tongue: Language, Education, and Power in Soviet Ukraine as well as numerous articles, essays, and reviews on early Soviet nationali ...…
 
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Freud Museum London: Psychoanalysis Podcasts
 
Panel discussion: Joseph Berke, Stephen Frosh, Tali Loewenthal and Anthony Stadlen Predominantly, Sigmund Freud saw himself as an objective scientist. Initially, he gained renown as an anatomist, being the first person to dissect the testicles of an eel. Subsequently he made major contributions to histology and neurology, particularly through h ...…
 
What if the key to growing a vibrant city isn’t in endless suburbs or more condo projects? What if, instead, it lay right in our backyards? Hamilton’s Emma Cubitt sees big potential in small houses lining the city’s laneways. Along with Good Shepherd Hamilton and the Social Planning and Research Council, Cubitt — a 37-year-old architect — is wo ...…
 
On today's Out d'Coup Xtra, Kevin Mahoney welcomes Chris Robé to the program. Chris is the author of the new book, Breaking the Spell: A History of Anarchist Filmmakers, Videotape Guerrillas, and Digital Ninjas, published by PM Press. When he's not organizing or doing activist research, Chris is an Associate Professor in Film and Media studies ...…
 
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Issues & Interviews w/ Kieran Michael Lalor
 
Issues: The NY state Constitutional Convention, local elections, the terror attack in NYC and the failed diversity visa lottery system. Interview: Professor Gerald Benjamin, one of the primary supporters of having a state Constitutional Convention to reform New York government. Gerald Benjamin was appointed as Associate Vice President for Regio ...…
 
Slow Writing: Thom Andersen on Cinema (Visible Press) Slow Writing is a collection of articles by Thom Andersen that reflect on the avant-garde, Hollywood feature films, and contemporary cinema. His critiques of artists and filmmakers as diverse as Yasujirō Ozu, Nicholas Ray, Andy Warhol, and Christian Marclay locate their work within the broad ...…
 
This week we hear from Andrew Hartman, a professor of history at Illinois State University. Andrew is currently hard at work on a book about Karl Marx. I asked him to come on the podcast because the name Marx seems to be in the air right now. It’s not just that we’ve come up the centenary of the Russian Revolution. People seem to want to talk a ...…
 
Join the PaRDeS Cause, and help the Universal ReConstitution Movement for World Repair! Visit my website www.pardesism.com, podcasts with pdf included, or at iTunes and other places. I have a calling; a book to deliver, “PaRDeSism ~ Human Science 101”; and a job to perform, PaRDeS Universal ReConstitution for World Repair. Title: “PaRDeSism ~ H ...…
 
In 2011, journalist Jose Antonio Vargas published a revealing personal essay in the New York Times Magazine called “My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant.” Since then, he’s been documenting and advocating for American immigrant communities as a writer, filmmaker and the founder of Define American. This fall, he’s in residence at the University o ...…
 
You are reading Episode Two: Italian Coffee from Boise Coffee. Please share it with friends! Episode Two of Coffee Canon focuses on Italian coffee. We often associate Italy with espresso, but the truth is that true espresso didn’t exist until about 1950. Developing It took the work of key inventors, businesspeople, and visionaries who saw coffe ...…
 
Deuteronomy 34:1-12 Then Moses went up from the plains of Moab to Mount Nebo, to the top of Pisgah, which is opposite Jericho, and the Lord showed him the whole land: Gilead as far as Dan, all Naphtali, the land of Ephraim and Manasseh, all the land of Judah as far as the Western Sea, the Negeb, and the Plain—that is, the valley of Jericho, the ...…
 
NOTE: THIS IS PART TWO OF THE HALLOWEEN-O-SODE! PLEASE GO BACK AND START WITH EPISODE 13 OR YOUR IMMORTAL SOUL WILL WANDER THE CORRIDORS OF THE iTunes STORE FOREVER!! Baked and Awake Halloween-O-Sode Part Two EPISODE 14, October 28th 2017 Hosts: Steve Cominski, George W Masters, Palu Kingston talktous@bakedandawake.com Opening Shenanigans Georg ...…
 
NOTE: THIS IS A TWO PART EPISODE- TUNE IN TO EPISODE 14 FOR THE MARTHA WASHINGTON SCHOOL FOR INSANE GIRLS Baked and Awake EPISODE 13, October 28th 2017 Hosts: Steve Cominski, George W Masters, Palu Kingston talktous@bakedandawake.com Opening Shenanigans George Masters on Sativa vs Indica Palu Kingston talks Seattle’s Homeless Problem and Stop t ...…
 
Dead Girls and Other Stories (Dzanc Books) With lyric artistry and emotional force, Emily Geminder’s debut collection charts a vivid constellation of characters fleeing their own stories. A teenage runaway and her mute brother seek salvation in houses, buses, the backseats of cars. Preteen girls dial up the ghosts of fat girls. A crew of bomber ...…
 
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