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Best University of St Andrews podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best University of St Andrews podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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I’m Dr Philip Roscoe, and I teach and research at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. I am a sociologist interested in the world of finance and I want to build a stock exchange. Why? Because, when it comes to finance, what we have just isn’t good enough. To build something – to make something better – you need to understand how it works. Sometimes that means taking it to pieces, and that’s exactly what we’ll be doing in this podcast, stripping down finance to reveal it as you have neve ...
 
The Gifford Lectures—held regularly at the four ancient Scottish universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, St. Andrews and Aberdeen—were established under the will of Adam Lord Gifford, a Senator of the College of Justice, who died in 1887. His bequest allows the University to invite notable scholars to deliver a series of public lectures on themes related to ‘natural theology’, broadly construed. The 2018 Lectures held in Aberdeen were delivered by world-renowned biblical scholar Professor NT Wri ...
 
Rab Houston was born in Hamilton, Scotland, lived in India and Ghana and was educated at the Edinburgh Academy and St Andrews University before spending six years at Cambridge University as a research student (Peterhouse) and research fellow (Clare College). He has worked at the University of St Andrews since 1983 and is Professor of Modern History, specialising in British social history. He is a fellow of both the Royal Historical Society and the Royal Society of Edinburgh (Scotland’s natio ...
 
For over a century, the Gifford Lectures have enabled international scholars to contribute to the advancement of theological and philosophical thought. The Gifford Lectureships, which are held at the Universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and St. Andrews, were established under the will of Adam Lord Gifford, a Senator of the College of Justice, who died in 1887. The 2012 Edinburgh Gifford lectures is a series of six lectures delivered by Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch, The University of ...
 
Each festival focuses on two themes which weave around each other to give every StAnza its own unique flavour.Our first theme for 2011 is Timepiece. Taking as a starting point the vibrant and significant history of Scotland, in 2011 StAnza will engage with the dynamic between verse and the recorded and unrecorded past, seminal moments from poetry and the daily routine of nations and communities, those local and those distant in space and time, as well as individual family histories. As part ...
 
Voices from Oxford features interviews with staff and students at the University. The inspiration for Voices from Oxford came from Alastair Cooke's famous 'Letter from America', broadcast for many years by the BBC. Like that programme, we take an event, a story, or a person in the news and build a broadcast around that.
 
Carolyn Cash hosts the royal news radio podcast show, Right Royal Roundup since 2014, focusing mostly on the British, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Belgian, Spanish, Thai and Tongan Royal Families, and the Imperial Family of Japan. Carolyn has covered the following royal visits. * The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Sydney Opera House, the Royal Easter Show and St Andrew's Cathedral in 2014. * King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway at the Australian National Maritime Museum, the R ...
 
The annual student-run Foreign Affairs Symposium at The Johns Hopkins University is returning to the Homewood campus this month, with several prominent speakers scheduled to appear during the spring semester under the theme, “From the Front Line to the Bottom Line.”All of the events are free and open to the public and take place at 8 p.m. in Shriver Hall Auditorium on their appointed dates. Each lecture is followed by a reception with the speaker and a book signing, if applicable.Retired Gen ...
 
Podcasts from the 6th Annual Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference which took place on August 19-20 2016 at the Moore Institute, NUI Galway. The conference was supported by: an NUI Galway President's Award for Research Excellence (to Prof. Steven Ellis); the Moore Institute, NUI Galway; the School of Humanities, NUI Galway; the Discipline of History, NUI Galway; and the Society for Renaissance Studies. Podcasting by Real Smart Media in association with UCD's History Hub.ie. F ...
 
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This is episode 58 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it, Professor William Wood (Oxford University) presents the 2019 Logos Institute National Lecture. In the lecture, he presents material from his forthcoming monograph concerning the viability of analytic theology. Don't miss the Q&A at the end!2:05 - Creatio Ex Nihilo and Analytic Theology58:49 …
 
This episode explores the technological transformations that have led to markets at the speed of light: algorithmic traders and flash crashes. Yet for all the images of terrifying AI we discover that stock markets in the cloud are more rooted in material than ever before, pushing against the laws of physics in the pursuit of speed and profit. We se…
 
Will Selinger is Lecturer in European History, 1700-1850 at University College London. His research has focused on the emergence of representative democracy in the modern world and on the crises to which this political form has repeatedly been subject. His first book, Parliamentarism: From Burke to Weber, was published by Cambridge University Press…
 
Some of you listening might be artists. Perhaps you paint or take pictures. Maybe you are a filmmaker or musician. Whatever you are, you make important contributions to our society. Your art helps create a sense of place in your community. It can even cultivate a sense of place within the church. In today’s episode, I sit down with my friend Dr Jen…
 
Is Christianity a positive force for compassion in the world? Prof Paul Gilbert and Dr. Roger Bretherton join Justin for a conversation on psychology, the brain, Christianity and what makes us choose compassion over callousness. Prof Paul Gilbert is a clinical psychologist and leading expert in the study and promotion of compassion. Dr Roger Brethe…
 
Today we decided to explore philosophical content in an alternative way through video games. Video games are a major part of our culture. I’ve even been told by several people that they listen to this show while they are playing video games. So in today’s episode, I sit down with Michał Trajdos to discuss various aspects of video games. We discuss …
 
This is episode 57 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it, Joanna Leidenhag and I (Jonathan Rutledge) wrap up our discussion with Prof Tom McCall (Asbury Theological Seminary) about his recent project on contemporary biblical & analytic Christology. In this installment, we discuss the competing merits of Barth and Aquinas' interpretations of Hebrews…
 
Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias recently passed away, aged 74. In a special tribute edition of the show Justin is joined by Amy Orr-Ewing, Vince Vitale and Abdu Murray from RZIM to share personal memories and reflect on his life and legacy. For RZIM http://www.rzim.org Read Amy’s personal tribute https://www.premierchristianity.com/Blog/Ravi-Zac…
 
https://www.tommiemedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/KTBR_S5_E5_mixdown.mp3 In the season five finale of Keep the Ball Rolling, hosts Mia Laube and Joey Swanson talk episodes seven and eight of “The Last Dance” and discuss the future of Tommies women’s basketball with coach Ruth Sinn. Related News COVID-19 affects St. Thomas student summer employ…
 
James Hankins is Professor of History at Harvard University and founder and General Editor of the . He is the editor of The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Philosophy and Renaissance Civic Humanism and is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on humanist political thought. His most recent book is Virtue Politics - Soulcraft a…
 
Coaches & Coffee Episode 40 features Bruce Hamburger, Associate Head Coach at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Our conversation talks about his lifelong journey with basketball. Some key points:- Be in the moment, don't cheat the job you have- How humility taught him to appreciate coaching- The value of spending time with guys off the court- Take on…
 
In today's episode, I sit down with Mike Hranica from The Devil Wears Prada. We talk about heavy metal, French existentialism, and free will. We also talk about the new album The Act, what it is like to stop being straight edge, and so much more. Credits: Host: R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) is a research fellow at the University of E…
 
Historian Tom Holland, author of ‘Dominion’ recaps his debate with AC Grayling and talks about his recent article for The Telegraph arguing for the Christian roots of the response we are seeing to the Coronavirus pandemic. Also joining the conversation are New Testament scholar Mike Bird co-author of ‘The New Testament In Its World’, and Rev Marcus…
 
This is episode 56 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it, Joanna Leidenhag and I (Jonathan Rutledge) continue our discussion with Prof Tom McCall (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) about his recent project on contemporary biblical & analytic Christology. If you're interested in jumping around to different points of the interview, here are some t…
 
Dr Joanne Paul is Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History at the University of Sussex. Her most recent book is Council and Command in Early Modern English Thought (CUP), which was published in the prestigious Ideas in Context series. Professor Iain McDaniel from the University of Sussex interviewed her about the book in April, 2020.…
 
In the last episode, Andrei Buckarreff and I discussed the metaphysics of pantheism and panentheism. We chatted about how to distinguish these models of God from classical theism and open theism. In today’s episode, Andrei and I will consider arguments for and against pantheism. Andrei offers two arguments in favour of pantheism. One from omniprese…
 
Would the followers of Jesus have been willing to suffer and die for something they knew to be false? Can we be historically confident they were martyred at all? Sean McDowell defends his book ‘The Fate of the Apostles’ against atheist YouTuber Paulogia (aka Paul Ens) following a critical video exchange. For Paulogia’s video https://youtu.be/Hb4w4x…
 
https://www.tommiemedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/KTBR_S5_E4_05072020_mixdown.mp3 In episode four of Keep the Ball Rolling, hosts Mia Laube and Joey Swanson discuss the first few episodes of the Michael Jordan documentary, “The Last Dance”, and talk sports writing with Star Tribune Sports Editor Paul Klauda. Related News Minnesotans take socia…
 
This is episode 55 of the Logos Institute Podcast. In it, we return to our interview format as Joanna Leidenhag and I (Jonathan Rutledge) chat with Prof Tom McCall (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) about his recent project on contemporary biblical & analytic Christology. If you're interested in jumping around to different points of the intervie…
 
Coaches & Coffee Episode 39 features Brandon Chambers, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at Texas Southern University. Our conversation covered so many topics and I am pumped to share his journey with you guys. Some key takeaways:- Develop deeper relationships with your inner network - "Bloom where you're planted" - Having a “POUND THE ROCK” mentali…
 
As we are continuing our series on models of God, we have arrived at two models called pantheism and panentheism. Pantheism is said to be an ancient model of God that is found in different religions across the world. In today’s episode, I sit down with Andrei Buckareff to discuss the metaphysics of pantheism and panentheism. We chat about how to di…
 
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