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The WPHP Monthly Mercury is the podcast of The Women's Print History Project, a digital bibliographical database that recovers and discovers women’s print history for the eighteenth- and nineteenth-centuries (womensprinthistoryproject.com). Inspired by the titles of periodicals of the period, the WPHP Monthly Mercury dives into the gritty and gorgeous details of investigating women’s work as authors and labourers in the book trades.
 
Silenced Histories is a project to bring to light those whose stories and struggles have been marginalized throughout American History. Look for us throughout the month of February and again in November for First Nations/Native American Indian History month. We'll be adding more content--Women's History month and Pride month are next up--until we have 365 days for you.
 
The Thought Card is an affordable travel and personal finance podcast empowering financially travelers with the tools and resources to travel the world, earn more money, pay off debt, and build wealth. Join Danielle Desir every other week as she explores creative ways to live life on your terms and obtain financial freedom and location independence. Also, hear inspiring stories from other financially savvy travelers traveling the world and crushing their financial goals. Starting November 20 ...
 
The Freedom Train is a community resource radio show linking the resources available to the community that needs them. We go out of our way to find and honor the movers and shakers in the Black Community giving them a platform to share their voices and services. You can catch us every Wednesday where ever you get your podcast or on the Freedom Train Website at www.freedomtrainradio.com
 
Faith Health & Home is a digital space with information and resources for physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being to help families live an inspired lifestyle. Our digital platform has provided expert and personal advice, topics, products, information, and resources that encourage healthy, positive living to inspire and empower women and families for nearly 10 years. Produced by Makeba Giles. WEBSITE: faithhealthandhome.com EMAIL: info@faithhealthandhome.com
 
Welcome to the podcast dedicated to Anthropology. On this podcast we will investigate different topics in anthropology, as well as interviewing a wide range of guests to hear about some of their experiences and learn about the remarkable research they are producing. This podcast is based out of UC Santa Barbara, and guests will include professors, graduate students, alumni and more.
 
Swan Dive features the inspiring stories of people with the clarity and backbone to make massive life pivots, professionally and personally. We capture the oral history behind the transformational moments in these meaningful lives. Career media executive, Ron Rothberg, and his life-long friend and award-winning artist, Stu Sheldon, launched Swan Dive to explore and share these incredible stories. Ron gave notice recently at his illustrious 16-yr media gig. While Stu leapt from Wall Street to ...
 
Plugged In is a monthly podcast offering personal and professional insights from guests with hands-on involvement in the life of adolescents and expertise in education and related fields. Our goal is to partner with parents and adults involved in the formation of young men and women by inviting them to tune into ongoing and engaging conversations that offer insight into the lives, habits, culture, gifts, and challenges of the current generation of adolescents. We hope these insights will ena ...
 
Helping you better understand Japan and the Japanese language one question at a time. Every episode Tony and Ryan--two guys with master's degrees in Japanese Language & Linguistics--draw on their experiences in Japan and extensive research in both Japanese and English to shed light on all aspects of Japan. From the many interesting quirks of the Japanese language to obscure Japanese history, as well as busting misconceptions about Japan held by both Japanese peole and Westerners, Tony and Ry ...
 
From New York Times best-selling author Rachel Hollis comes the ultimate podcast for anyone looking for more joy and purpose in their lives. Featuring candid interviews with top performers in business, media, and lifestyle, as well as deep dives into topics like health and motivation, the Rachel Hollis Podcast has everything you need to level up your life! New episodes premiere every Tuesday.
 
Are you easily confused by terms like cultural appropriation, cisgender, toxic masculinity, twunk, queer, black girl magic, and woke? Or maybe you’re tired of explaining terms like these and you need a community that gets you! Welcome to Minority Korner, where we take an introspective look at the world. through an intersectional lens. Join James: a queer, political, comedian, self proclaimed, sexy blerd (that’s Black Nerd) and each week he's joined in the Korner by another fabulous minority ...
 
The Dybbukast is a podcast from theatre dybbuk that examines and contextualizes poems, plays, and other creative texts from Jewish communities throughout history. Using performed readings and interviews with artists and scholars, The Dybbukast explores these texts and what they reveal about the forces still at play in our contemporary world. Season 2 is coming November 2021. New episodes are released the second Friday of each month.
 
Super Heroines, Etc. fosters continuous learning for women of all ages interested in things typically described as “nerdy.” We’re unironically enthusiastic about stuff – ranging from science to history, comic cons to lectures, and everything in between. Our Geek Feminism Initiative raises awareness of issues facing nerdy women. We provide speakers and panelists for libraries, comic cons and other public events to talk on women’s representation in geek media, online harassment, and other rele ...
 
Former Universal tour guide, screenwriter and stand-up comic Jim Farris joins science fiction author Douglas Lain in a movie review podcast that contrasts two movies every month. All genres are covered, all eras analyzed, and all cheap sources for movies exploited. Watch along with your hosts every month! No really, watch along with us! We mean it.
 
Hard As A Rock Podcast is a history show that tells the amazing stories of some of the hardest men and women that have ever lived. Each month military veteran and narrator Shawn Kent brings to bear his wit, cynicism and ironic sense of humour to tell the stories that made these men and women legends for all time. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store!
 
From the creators of The Bitchery of History comes a brand new podcast featuring: the creators of The Bitchery of History. Listen to our take on what happening in the world right now. Our catharsis, honestly. Producers Kim and Janette along with Max and a host of other friends, will discuss everything from Rhianna to Drumpf and everything in between. So put on your gloves and take off your chancletas. It's time to come bitch with us!
 
A Vegas Golden Knights podcast, Game MISSconduct shines a light on the women who are blazing trails and disrupting the hockey world. Each episode, hosts Stormy Buonantony and Alyssa Girardi form engaging and out-of-the-box conversation with a female figure who has made her mark in the mostly male-dominated sport. From NHL broadcast booths to front offices to business and scouting staffs, there’s more Game MISSconduct than you think!
 
If you look back throughout history, the narrative around black hair has always included a lot of negative language such as 'unmanageable', or 'nappy'. Twice a month, join Lynda Moyo and Claire Quansah as they talk openly about Afro hair and the decisions and choices black and mixed race women make about their hair on a daily basis. Whether you rock natural or relaxed hair, box braids, cornrows, wigs or weaves, regardless of your hairstyle, texture, length, or preference, this podcast opens ...
 
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Y'all today you are in for a treat. If you have a side hustle, or you're an entrepreneur or you're dreaming of starting your own thing, this is the episode for you. I have wanted to sit down with Liz Lambert for ever and we got to meet at this year's Rise Conference, and it's a conversation I wanted to share with you. -- Have you heard about the HO…
 
Bryan and David dissect Chris Hayes’s piece in The New Yorker, "On the Internet, We’re Always Famous." They discuss how the internet has changed our social life and talk through how it's brought us to an “era of mass fame” (0:31). Then, they talk about the cult of Jen Psaki and her role as both White House press secretary and social media sensation…
 
Katrina and Geoff talk caliphs, real and imagined! In this episode, Katrina and Geoff retell the tale "Harun al-Rashid and the Second Caliph" from The Thousand and One Nights. But first Katrina tells us who Harun al-Rashid was in real life (along with a cast full of real characters). The Thousand and One Nights is filled with stories featuring Haru…
 
Bryan and David open up the mailbag and answer your Listener Mail. They talk through the Gabby Petito coverage (5:15), weigh in on ESPN’s high-profile employees investing in gambling (14:00), discuss how members of the media consume content (30:35), and much more! Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses the Straine…
 
We are getting in style with Robin Allen Style- taking it back to her glory days of the T Zone with Tyra. Speaking of Tyra have you seen her hosting Dancing With The Stars which is pushing boundaries with their first same sex dancing duo?! We unpack The Emmy’s in an era of amazing diverse television, and nominees the winners seem to be lacking in m…
 
Tracy is one of Corrie’s most enduring characters. Generations have watched her change from innocent little girl to troubled 20 something through to soap bad girl. She’s been played by four different actors. And the first was Christabel Finch who took on the role from being just a few days old. Here she gives an exclusive interview from her home in…
 
You had a plan. You had the road set out ahead of you and you got the degree, and the great job...and suddenly nothing is quite like you thought it was going to be. None of it lives up to the expectations you had. If you think that A Quarter Life Crisis is only relevant to people in their 20s, but I think there are lessons we can and should learn f…
 
The remote work revolution is here. Being a digital nomad isn't only about traveling -- it's about having the freedom to live and work on your own terms. In this episode, Kristin Wilson shares the history of remote work and digital nomad trends like digital nomad visas. She also shares tips on how to prosper as a remote worker traveling around the …
 
Welcome back listeners to Season 2 Episode 1 of That Anthro Podcast. On this episode Dr. Maddy McAllister, a maritime archaeologist in Australia, gives us a glimpse into her job, researching shipwrecks! Maddy breaks down what maritime archaeologists study, what types of tools and historical documents they use, as well as correcting some common misc…
 
On this edition of RT, the No. 5 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, Bulldog Alum turned Orlando Magic rookie, Jalen Suggs joins the crew. The only person to be named Mr. Minnesota for both Basketball & Football, Jalen chats with us about his emotional tough decision to pursue just basketball collegiately, what drew him from his home state for hoops ultima…
 
We had an incredible Rise Conference just a few short weeks ago. It makes me emotional to think of the lives changing in living rooms all over the world. So, I wanted to bring you guys some of the joy, inspiration and empowerment that we as women can bring, when we're stepping into our identities together. This is the 'How She Built This' panel fro…
 
David Shoemaker is a married man! After discussing the nuptials, Bryan and David touch on ‘Peril,’ the latest Bob Woodward book, co-authored by Robert Costa (6:00). Then they dive into Politico’s "OFF THE RECORD" debacle (25:30) and charging a fee to be on podcasts (34:22). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses t…
 
Thank you for Listening Please Share This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joe and Pat discuss the evolution of the word "woke" and the conscious community. In the past the idea of being woke had a different meaning, and the conscious community had a different reputation. Over the years the word woke has gained a negative connotat…
 
The worldwide eradication of smallpox was not Lady Mary Wortley Montagu's only claim to fame; she discarded the life she knew and set out to remake herself, acquiring a reputation for eccentricity, adventures worthy of a modern motion picture, and unwanted literary superstardom. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy…
 
Bryan and David answer your Listener Mail and discuss how the rules of journalism are approached (0:36), react to the reporting about the “concerned citizen” at Elizabeth Holmes’s trial (21:42), touch on what an in-season version of 'Hard Knocks' could look like (29:21), and much more! Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemak…
 
Two weeks ago, we met up to reflect on the shooting that took place at New Hanover High School on Monday, August 30. We discuss our thoughts on the charges filed against the student involved in the shooting. We also talk about the damage from Hurricane Ida and relate it back to our experiences during Florence in 2018. In other segments, we bring yo…
 
On this edition of RT we chat it up with the 2021 3rd overall pick in the NBA Draft, Evan Mobley. The Cleveland Cavalier can't wait to start his NBA journey as we talk his expectations, life in the CLE as well as get to know his family, his interests and all things you didn't think you needed to know about Evan. A California native, one might think…
 
9/11 20 Years later, and we unpack why it may be hard to reflect, or bear witness on the many documentaries surfacing right now on this look back of this traumatic event, amidst a current traumatic moment. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez went to the Met Gala, and like anytime she does anything, she and her dress has everyone talking on both sides. It’s Hi…
 
I honestly don't think I've ever had a reaction like I've had about this series about Resilience. This is the final part of this series, and I want to give a huge thank you to those who have listened so far and I hope you take away something super powerful from this episode. -- Have you heard about the HOTLINE yet? Call (737) 400-HOCO, and press 1 …
 
In 1794, Ann Lemoine’s husband, Henry, who was an author and publisher, went to debtor’s prison—this led to their separation, and the following year, Ann Lemoine began her own publishing business in White Rose Court in London. Between 1795 and the early 1820s, it is estimated that Ann Lemoine published, printed, and sold more than 400 titles, and e…
 
This week I am sitting down with an incredible woman, Becca Stevens, who is doing some world changing work in this world. Becca Stevens is the visionary behind Thistle Farms, a nonprofit social enterprise dedicated to helping women survivors recover and heal from prostitution, trafficking, and addiction. We do this by providing a safe place to live…
 
Bryan is joined by The Ringer's Kevin Clark to break down Peyton and Eli Manning's 'Monday Night Football' broadcast. They discuss the chemistry between the brothers, talk through which elements were a hit or miss, and predict how this type of broadcast could impact broadcast television moving forward. Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Kevin Clark Associat…
 
Thank you for Listening Please Share This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joe and Pat dig into the latest federal mandate by President joe Biden on the COVID-19 vaccine. Recently, the President mandated that all federal employees and federal contractors be vaccinated. Pat and Joe give their thoughts on the mandate and also drop s…
 
Bryan and David recap Week 1 NFL media reactions and address the self-aware overreactions (5:23). Then they answer more Listener Mail and discuss newscaster pronunciations (22:10), overused headlines (25:06), and the transition to digital edition covers in journalism (33:21). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses…
 
In its latest episode, Public Policy Podcast hosts Michelle McGann and Jon Mandel were joined by Mississippi Speaker of the House Philip Gunn to discuss the Mississippi Tax Freedom Act, the future of rural broadband expansion, the court-overturned medical marijuana ballot initiative and the adoption of a new state flag.…
 
Casualty and Heartbeat star Jonathan Kerrigan sits down for a fun chat with Ashley Byrne. The conversation ventures into his early years, his time on two of Britain's biggest drama series, being described as a heartthrob, working in the States and his musical talents. Jonathan remains one of the UK's most talented drama actors but is it time for hi…
 
A very special episode presented by Fan Duel with the 2021 Executive of the Year with The Phoenix Suns, James Jones and Suns Forward Cam Johnson. In honor of FanDuel Sportsbook opening up in Phoenix, Richard and Channing took a road trip to 'The Valley' to join two of the most intriguing to talk the Suns, their respective journeys as well as what l…
 
Bryan and David answer your Listener Mail and talk through the piece “The Dying Art of the Hatchet Job” (0:35), touch on former president Trump providing an alternate audio feed for the Holyfield-Belfort fight (40:12), and discuss the news that Rachel Bonnetta will join the NFL Network and focus on legalized sports betting content (43:29). Plus, th…
 
Julia Hardy is back stepping in at the last minute, because the Rona is still messing things up! Netflix’s QForce is a queer spy animation dream, we didn’t know we needed or could have! Meanwhile Texas is proving to be quite a nightmare passing 666 new laws to make everyone’s life terrible. Do you have people in your life who trigger you and you do…
 
Katrina and Geoff kick off the holiday season! That's right, the holidays are just around the corner, starting with the Mid Autumn Moon Festival, an immensely important holiday throughout eastern Asia. In celebration, Katrina retells a Vietnamese folktale brought to our attention by a listener suggestion. We also discuss another tale from Vietnam a…
 
Is being a digital nomad legit? What are the pros and cons of this lifestyle? In this episode, Tom Blake shares his story of quitting his corporate job to work as a freelance writer while traveling around the world and some of the important things to consider when choosing the digital nomad lifestyle like what to look for when picking your next des…
 
Wow, you guys, your response to Part 1 of this Resilience series was incredible and I am so excited to bring you a Part 2 this week. Last week I talked about this first step, the first thing we need when we're thinking about resilience, which is the ability to bounce back. How to make peace with what is, the good and the bad, and that is all about …
 
After Stacey and Cheralyn Stevenson were turned away from an adoption agency in Texas for being gay, they refused to give up the fight to build their family. Now, in the face of laws that allow child welfare agencies to discriminate, they're helping other LGBTQ people create the families that they wish. Lance Bass introduces their story and opens u…
 
As our ‘Casualty at 35’ celebrations continue, one of the show’s original stars has taken time out to give us an extensive and exclusive interview about her years on the world’s longest running medical drama. Ashley has been speaking to Cath Shipton who played iconic character Duffy right from the start in 1986. Distinct Nostalgia is an MIM Product…
 
For this episode of the RHP I wanted to share a fireside chat I had with Tom Bilyeu, one of the most impactful and influential entrepreneurs that I know. He is the co-founder of billion-dollar brand Quest Nutrition and the co-founder and host of Impact Theory. We have an awesome conversation about how to ensure that you have the purpose and meaning…
 
On this episode of Ichimon Japan we ask: Why do hands come out of the toilet in Japan? Topics Discussed Japanese stories/legends/folklore/urban legends (toshi densetsu) involving hands, toilets and hands coming out of toilets The hand in the bathroom/toilet from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask The story of Akai Kami Aoi Kami (Red Paper, Blue Pap…
 
"Throughout his career, Hank Willis Thomas has addressed the visual systems that perpetuate inequality and bias in bold, skillfully crafted works. Through photographs, sculpture, video, and collaborative public art projects, he invites us to consider the role of popular culture in instituting discrimination and how art can raise critical awareness …
 
Thank you for Listening Please Share This week on the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joe and Pat cover the Elijah McClain story, The Sha'Carri Richardson saga, and US troops pulling out of Afghanistan. In 2019, Elijah McClain was murdered by police officers and paramedics. Initially the police officers and paramedics were not charged with a…
 
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu was brought up to believe that it was her face that was her fortune, and her place to be simply decorative. However, her uncommon intelligence, influence among the powerful, and her willingness to accept new ideas about medicine would save lives, help end smallpox, and transform the entire world. See Privacy Policy at http…
 
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