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Compact Nation Podcast | Free Listening on SoundCloud
"Campus Compact brings you our newest way to stay connected to higher education community engagement: The Compact Nation Podcast. Tune in monthly for conversations with leading community engagement professionals, book and literature reviews, and discussions of important topics in the field of higher education and community engagement."
podcast  academia  education  engagement  community 
january 2017 by tsuomela
The Sarahs
"The Sarah Lawrence College International Audio Fiction Award, aka The Sarahs, celebrates the best audio fiction currently being made around the world. Every year, our judges will choose three winners. The winners will receive cash prizes—1st place $2,000, 2nd place, $1,000, 3rd place $500 and Best New Artist $250—at the award ceremony and be featured on our Serendipity podcast. The award is sponsored by Sarah Lawrence College, an academic institution that fosters experimentation and playful creativity. Sarah Lawrence College has cultivated the talent of visionaries like Yoko Ono, Meredith Monk, J.J. Abrams, Alice Walker, and many others. The Sarahs —like The Oscars, The Tonys, The Bessies—honor the best of the best. It’s time for audio fiction to have its own red carpet."
fiction  audio  story-telling  award  radio  podcast 
october 2016 by tsuomela
Episode 19: Eric Rauchway on How FDR and Keynes Ended the Depression | Who Makes Cents
"We’ve been hearing a lot about economist John Maynard Keynes’ midcentury economic plans for the U.S. since the beginning of the financial crisis in 2008. Are the measures that Keynes and FDR took to combat the Depression in 2008 relevant to the present? What is the difference between fiscal and monetary policy, and how might changing our national approach to the monetary supply help our economic circumstances? Listen to find out! Eric Rauchway is Professor of History at the University of California, Davis. He is author of The Money Makers: How Roosevelt and Keynes Ended the Depression, Defeated Fascism, and Secured a Prosperous Peace. You can read more about his work here."
podcast  history  america  great-depression  money  economics 
june 2016 by tsuomela
NCRM Podcasts
"The advent of a wide range of new data sources and digital research methods has created a plethora of opportunities for social science researchers to undertake innovative and impactful research. At the NCRM-funded node TALISMAN, researchers are using new data and technologies to look at a range of geography-related real world issues, with the aim of generating new and powerful methods to help address key policy questions. In this podcast TALISMAN Director Professor Mark Birkin talks about some of the node's work and explains why he wants more researchers to seize the new research opportunities available to them."
podcast 
october 2014 by tsuomela
BBC - BBC Radio 4 Programmes - Analysis, What Is Money?
"We dream about it, argue about it, worry about it, celebrate it, spend it, save it, we transfer it from one emotion to another. But what exactly is money? And why do we trust it? Frances Stonor Saunders takes a journey through some of the fundamentals of money.
During her journey she dips her toe into the world of quantitative easing. How is that money invented? Is it as real as the pieces of paper in our wallets? And she explores some of the reasons for the calls to return to a gold standard. Essentially, she tries to gain a better understanding of what this stuff which we call money is really about
podcast  economics  money  sociology 
april 2012 by tsuomela
Quantum mechanics in popular-science books - physicsworld.com
"Since its inception in the early part of the 20th century, the theory of quantum mechanics has consistently baffled many of the great physicists of our time. But while the ideas of quantum physics are challenging and notoriously weird, they seem to capture the public imagination and hold an enduring appeal. Evidence of this comes in part from the numerous popular-science books that have been written on the topic over the years. This episode in the Physics World books podcast series looks at the popularity of quantum mechanics in science writing"
physics  science  podcast  publishing  public-understanding  popularize 
april 2012 by tsuomela
Too Much Information with Benjamen Walker
"Too Much Information is the sober hangover after the digital party has run out of memes, apps and schemes. Host Benjamen Walker finds out that, in a world where everyone overshares the truth 140 characters at a time, telling tales might be the most honest thing to do."
podcast  radio 
january 2012 by tsuomela
Contexts Podcast » The Official Podcast of Contexts Magazine
A podcast produced in the Sociology Department at the University of Minnesota for Contexts, hosted by Jesse Wozniak, Arturo Baiocchi, Sarah Lageson and Jon Smajda. Each episode we’ll interview leading sociologists and discuss new and exciting social science research.
podcast  sociology  school(UMinnesota) 
july 2010 by tsuomela
Huffduffer
Create your own podcast.
Find links to audio files on the Web.
Huffduff the links—add them to your podcast.
Subscribe to podcasts of other found sounds.
aggregator  audio  podcast  podcasting  tools  web  rss  feeds 
june 2010 by tsuomela
Mission to Learn — Know Better. Live Better.
Mission to Learn is a destination for lifelong learners in a hyper-connected, information-overloaded world. My view is that learning is not just about courses, or schools, or teachers. In fact, I’m not all that concerned here with formal education or professional development. Learning happens everywhere, all the time, and the Web has exploded the possibilities for all of us – as individuals, as organizations, as a society – to reach our full potential through lifelong learning.
weblog-individual  learning  lifelonglearning  education  autodidactic  podcast  e-learning 
november 2009 by tsuomela
Sacred Modernities: Rethinking Modernity in a Post-Secular Age – conference page
The aim of this conference is to take stock of these transformations in the context of what is often referred to as a ‘post-secular’ age comprised of ‘multiple modernities’. Its agenda is emphatically interdisciplinary and welcomes scholars from the fields of history, sociology, cultural studies, theology, and others. In the same spirit, the conference adopts a broad, abundant understanding of the term ‘sacred’ to encompass not only formal religious worldviews, but also that which, in whatever fashion, disturbs, complicates, and perhaps abolishes, the distinction between the sacred and the secular.
conference  podcast  recording  audio  modernism  sacred  spirituality  postmodernism  2009  school(Oxford) 
september 2009 by tsuomela
Talk Science
TalkScience is a series of events hosted by the British Library, providing opportunities to inform, engage, debate and network with scientists and all those who use scientific information.
science  podcast  audio  event  library  data-curation  taxonomy  britain 
august 2009 by tsuomela
Philosophy at Bristol
This is a blog hosted by philosophers at Bristol, which will support podcasts by members of the department
podcast  philosophy 
july 2009 by tsuomela
podcast - Center for Study of Mind in Nature
Some of the talks from the following CSMN events held in June 2009 are currently available as podcasts. The remaining talks will be available here shortly, and new events will be added regularly.
podcast  philosophy 
july 2009 by tsuomela
IPPL | Why? Radio
From the Institute for Philosophy in Public Life at University of North Dakota.
philosophy  radio  podcast  streaming  audio 
february 2009 by tsuomela
ThoughtCast
Welcome to ThoughtCast, a podcast and public radio interview program with authors, academics and innovators. I’m Jenny Attiyeh, the host and producer. ThoughtCast offers something that is glaringly absent from the media today: a bridge between the publi
podcast  radio  interview  academic 
july 2008 by tsuomela
AAA Podcast Series
These podcasts will detail the latest issues and problems to affect the field of anthropology, and the efforts that the AAA and its members have taken, or may wish to take, in order to address these issues and reinforce the integrity of the discipline
anthropology  academic  professional-association  podcast 
april 2008 by tsuomela
The Missing Link
A monthly program about science and its delightfully strange history.
academic  sts  podcast  history  science  medicine  technology 
april 2008 by tsuomela
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