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station description Interviews, musings and extra material from the makers of Dan Carlin's Hardcore His... read more
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station description Welcome to Timeline - the home of world history.
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station description Because sometimes the past deserves a second chance
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station description Created by David Wainright, this series takes viewers through the timeline of World... read more
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station description by Brad Harris, Historian of Science and Technology
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station description an Ottoman History Podcast series
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Are you recently engaged? Wedding coming up soon? Don't know where to begin with planning? This playlist is the answer for you. Within this playlist, you'll find some tips and tricks to make your special day the best it can be. Get some advice on when to start looking for a wedding dress, how much alcohol you should buy, or how to pick out a florist.
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Listen to these podcasts about cults that will leave you absolutely riveted, and a little terrified. From cyanide-laced Kool-Aid, to crazed confrontations with the US government, to even murder, and everything in between, this playlist will give you everything you need to know about cults. Join Vurbl as we bring you the best podcasts and audio featuring famously notorious cults like NXIVM, Heaven's Gate, Peoples Temple, and many more. Listen closely, take heed, and remember...don't drink the Kool-Aid.
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Picture yourself walking through the warm, welcoming walls of a museum as you explore this curated list of the best art history podcasts. Listen to discussions surrounding Chinese sculpture of Guanyin, Bodhisattva of Compassion, the history of and our relationship with death portraiture, the history of different sculptures, and so much more. Hear about the ubiquitous names in art like Michelangelo and Picasso, and as well as lesser-known artists like Lee Krasner and the nightmarish worlds of Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel.
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Nice White Parents is a podcast from the NY Times about inequality in the education system. As the tagline explains, the podcast examines the "the 60-year relationship between white parents and the public school down the block," as told through the lens of one American school. From the creators of the smash hit podcast Serial, this is investigative journalism you'll want to binge.
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Listen to this audio of prominent Black leaders discussing their inspirations and struggles, including some that still persist to this day. We've organized this playlist to pay homage to history's most important Black figures. The Black leaders in this playlist fought and overcame adversity to represent their community and fight for equality. Tune in to hear them in their own words and learn about their lives and accomplishments.
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Check out our favorite moments from Busy Philipps’s podcast Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best! You might remember actress Busy Philipps from some of your favorite movies and tv shows, like White Chicks and Freaks and Geeks. She created her own podcast featuring writer Shantira Jackson and her creative partner Caissie St. Onge. Together, they’re doing their best. Her podcast features a bevy of interesting guests and great pivots, check out the top moments from Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best!
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Finding love is difficult, but what about dating? Listen to advice and personal stories from seasoned daters, loving partners, and relationship experts to feel less alone in a world post-COVID. Male or female, young or old, there's a snippet of romantic wisdom for everyone on this playlist.
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This Burning Man playlist is an audio experience to give listeners a taste of the playa. These audio and podcast clips feature the people, the art, the music, and the feeling of being on playa.
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Social sciences are crucial to understanding who and why we are. From psychology to social work, myths and legends, humans have been studying ourselves, our habits, and how to improve our way of life for millenniums. We all interact with life in different ways and these podcasts might help you understand why through psychology, discussion, and even cryptid sightings.
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Explore the Washed Up podcast network with this collection of highlight snippets from the podcasts. Listen in to sports talk with After The Tailgate, Blitz Boys, Real Talk, and Climb the Ladder. Catch up with pop culture gossip, and trending topics with Uncorked & Unfiltered, Throw Pillows & Finger Guns, and Way Out Here. You can even explore more niche topics like all things cozy with Let's Get Cozy and food with The Hoppy Meal Podcast.
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with Andrew Sola and Christina Neuhaus Political correspondent Christina Neuhaus and host Andrew Sola discuss the upcoming federal elections in Germany. They cover the top six parties: CDU, SPD, the Greens, FDP, AFD, and the Left. Also, they assess the chances of the three candidates who seek to s
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with Stefanie Schaefer and Marius Henderson Marking the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Stefanie and her guest, Americanist Marius Henderson, discuss contemporary literature and the concept of American art after 9/11, touching on the affective turn, the New Sincerity, the Occupy Move
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with Andrew Sola and Steven Durand In this show, Andrew Sola and his guest, Prof. Steven Durand, discuss different theoretical approaches to understanding US foreign policy and international security 20 years after 9/11. Topics include (1) realpolitik or neo-realism: the view that the world is an a
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with Douglas Cowie and Michael Coyle In this episode, host Douglas Cowie and his guest, Professor of English at Colgate University, Michael Coyle, discuss No One Is Coming to Save Us by Stephanie Powell Watts. This is the first of two episodes in which Douglas and Michael discuss novels that are bas
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with Trygve Svensson Dr. Trygve Svensson, director of the Norwegian think tank AGENDA, and Andrew Sola preview the upcoming elections in Norway on 13 September. Topics include antagonistic politics, social and economic inequality, climate change, and immigration. Lastly, Dr. Svensson remembers the
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with Douglas Cowie and Robert Eaglestone In this episode, host Douglas Cowie and his guest, Professor Robert Eaglestone, discuss The Night Always Comes by Willy Vlautin, a novel set in Portland, Oregon that dramatizes the human cost of the economic crash. They also touch on the relationship between
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with Stefanie Schaefer and Anna Sola With her guest, film expert and documentary maker Anna Sola, Stefanie Schäfer discusses the winning film of the 2021 Academy Awards, zooming in on visual anthropology, freedom and mobility, and feminist art in times of crisis.
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with Stefanie Schaefer and Andrew Wildermuth With her guest Andrew Wildermuth, Stefanie Schaefer discusses the text that kicked off the white women's movement in the US, Margaret Fuller's 1845 "Woman in the 19th Century", interrogating its feminist meanings and transatlantic entanglements, and Fulle
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with Douglas Cowie and Nadifa Mohamed In this episode, novelist Nadifa Mohamed and host Douglas Cowie discuss What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky, a collection of short stories by Lesley Nneka Arimah. They discuss several of the stories, and the overlaps and differences in cultural expectati
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Stefanie Schäfer and Christine Vogt-William LadyFiction’s episode 4 turns to the history of science—and the forgotten role black people played as study objects in this context. Stefanie Schäfer and Dr. Christine Vogt-William from the University of Bayreuth discuss how black women’s poetry unearths a
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with Douglas Cowie and Hannah Bean In this episode, host Douglas Cowie and his guest, Classicist Hannah Bean, discuss Circe by Madeline Miller. The novel reimagines and retells the story of one of the characters Odysseus encounters in The Odyssey of Homer, and the discussion looks both at the roots
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with Stefanie Schaefer and Oksana Marafioti This episode of LadyFiction discusses Zimbabwean author NoViolet Bulawayo’s “We New New Names” (2013), a novel about a young girl who leaves behind her shantytown childhood to pursue her goals in America. The novel meditates on home, trauma, and childhood
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with Andrew Sola and Guenter Danner In this episode, host Andrew Sola and our resident EU expert Guenter Danner discuss challenges facing the EU's vaccination program. Also, they discuss the long-term economic consequences of the pandemic as well as challenges facing European social services post-p
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with Douglas Cowie and Adam Roberts In Episode 3, host Douglas Cowie and his guest, science fiction writer Adam Roberts, discuss The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson, an ambitious novel set in the near future that tells the story of a global effort to slow impending environmental coll
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with Stefanie Schaefer and Katharina Gerund We celebrate Women's History Month with an episode about women and politics. In the second episode of LadyFiction Stefanie Schaefer discusses First Ladies and “First Lady Fiction” with her guest Dr. Katharina Gerund from the University of Erlangen-Nurembe
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with Douglas Cowie and Shane Carmichael March is Irish-American Heritage Month in the United States. In Episode #2 of NovelROMANtics, host Douglas Cowie and his guest Shane Carmichael discuss Apeirogon by Colum McCann, an Irish storyteller living in New York. They discuss the intersection of storyt
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Today: a transatlantic perspective on students’ life and education both in the US and in Germany with Sylvia who speaks about her research stay in New York, Lucian from the South of Germany who was in New Orleans, and Alyssa, who is a US citizen currently working at a German University in the Berlin
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This trailer gives an insight into the season ahead. Young professionals reflect on their transatlantic experiences in culture, science, business and foreign policy.
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This episode dives into arts and culture and speaks with Thomas, a Viennese opera singer who regularly performs at the Metropolitan Opera, Judith, who has been working in the film industry both in the US and in Germany, Anton, a young free-lance artist from Ukraine and finally Michelle, a painter an
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The third episode of re:transatlantic looks at international exchange in researching and academia. With Paula, a professor of computer science, Christophe, a German literature scholar, Aline, who is a medical doctor, and Jan-Ulrik, a microbiologist who lives and works in Detroit.
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with Stefanie Schaefer and Alexandra Ganser The Trans-Atlanticist launches its second new podcast series called LadyFiction. In the first episode, our host Dr. Stefanie Schaefer and her guest Prof. Alexandra Ganser-both from the University of Vienna-discuss Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower and
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Half-Arsed History brings us the story of the brutal Pirate Queen, Ching Shih. Ching Shih's reign over the seas was no match for other pirates and even the Chinese Navy. We discover her Code of Law for her massive fleet of ships and her brutal style of leadership.
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with Torsten Jahnke Torsten Jahnke from the American Poster Institute and Andrew Sola discuss the history of gig posters in the USA and Europe as well as gig posters as an art form.
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from April 2018 Professor Dieter Schulz and Andrew Sola discuss Henry David Thoreau’s “Civil Disobedience” and its influence on Dr. Martin Luther King.
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