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Your chance to hear expert speakers from all walks of life debating, informing and extending their passion for their subject. Our public lectures cover subjects as diverse as health, the arts, faith and education. Speakers range from leading academics, to public figures and entertainers.
 
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CREECA Lecture Series Podcast

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CREECA Lecture Series Podcast

Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

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CREECA’s mission is to support research, teaching, and outreach on Russia, Eastern and Central Europe, and Central Asia. We approach this three-part mission by promoting faculty research across a range of disciplines; by supporting graduate and undergraduate teaching and training related to the region; and by serving as a community resource through outreach activities targeted to K-12 teachers and students, other institutions of higher education, and the general public. As a U.S. Department ...
 
In this series, listeners will be provided with a wealth of practical advice on pairing the often conflicting worlds of faith and business. The lectures in this collection feature Wayne Grudem, Dallas Willard, and many others as they attempt to analyze topics of work, business, leadership, stewardship, faith, and money from a Christian perspective.
 
In the second term of every academic year since 1986 Darwin College has organised a series of eight public lectures. Each series has been built around a single theme, approached in a multi-disciplinary way, and with each lecture prepared for a general audience by a leading authority on his or her subject. The theme of the 2014 lecture series is "Plagues".
 
In the second term of every academic year since 1986 Darwin College has organised a series of eight public lectures. Each series has been built around a single theme, approached in a multi-disciplinary way, and with each lecture prepared for a general audience by a leading authority on his or her subject.
 
Recordings from the six 2019 annual Lenten Lectures on Great Spiritual Doctors of the Church: St. Augustine by Dr. David Deavel; St. Catherine of Siena by Sr. Mary Margaret O’Brien, OP; St. Teresa of Avila by Sr. Teresa Christi Balek, OP; St. John of the Cross by Elizabeth Kelly; St. Francis de Sales by Dr. Kevin Ferdinandt; St. Therese of Lisieux by Fr. Robert Altier. Fridays in Lent following 7:00 p.m. Stations of the Cross.
 
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with Ted Gerber (UW-Madison Professor of Sociology) - After Russia recovered from the economic woes of the 1990s, its government sought to maintain and expand its influence over former Soviet republics of Central Asia by opening the doors to large numbers of labor migrants from them. However, many accounts of the experiences of Central Asian labor …
 
Model: https://postimg.cc/rRLtZjdw Show Notes: Integration from an integral theory perspective. Cleaning up, Growing up, and Waking up. Stages/Altitudes of consciousness. Crisis Support: https://maps.org/take-action/resources/crisis-resources/ Books: A Theory of Everything - Ken Wilber, The Religion of Tomorrow -Ken Wilber, No Boundary - Ken Wilber…
 
Jo Brand is a hugely popular comedian, writer and actor. Since making her start on the alternative comedy scene in the 80's, Jo is now best known for regular TV appearances on QI, Have I Got News for You and Would I Lie to You?, as well as hosting The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice. Jo talked about making more of a fuss, getting decent care…
 
Dr. Chris Reed presents an overview of congenital arrhythmogenic pathologies by first focusing on two families of diseases: structural and conduction. He then discusses pathophysiology and cause of disease and after, the diagnostic workup and what to include in a consultation. Finally, Dr. Reed presents management plans and when to pursue intervent…
 
Show Notes: Communication from a nonviolent perspective. Why communication is important. Resources to continue learning. Resources to Search: Feelings Wheel, Needs Inventory. Books: Nonviolent Communication - Marshall Rosenberg, Say What You Mean - Oren Jay Sofer, The Four Agreements - Don Miguel Ruiz, Unconditional Parenting - Alfie Kohn, Raising …
 
Dr. Fijalkowski explores the relationship between law and visual culture by looking at photographs of individuals (a dissident, a judge, and a prosecutor who were involved in high-profile trials during the Stalinist period. An image can hide and expose questions of legitimation and authority pertaining to Stalinist rule and how we view defendants, …
 
NOTE: This is a partial recording of a complete panel. The beginning of the panel was not recorded. - Panelists share their experiences volunteering to help Ukrainian refugees in border regions of Poland and Ukraine. This panel features Kari Anderson (University of Wisconsin-Madison alumna, Head of Operations for Operation SafeDrop of the Make a Di…
 
Steve Backshall is a BAFTA-winning naturalist, explorer and TV presenter, who recently graduated from Canterbury Christ Church University with a MSc by Research in Bioscience. Steve gave a special careers talk for our students discussing routes into ‘Careers in Wildlife Media’ - sharing his unique experiences and advice, and taking questions from t…
 
Russians today often remember the “Wild 1990s” as a time of chaos, impoverishment and disorientation. Through the lens of the privileged Writers’ Town, which had been built under Stalin and once been home to Isaac Babel, Boris Pasternak and Kornei Chukovskii among others, we can see how marketization and the collapse of socialist support systems le…
 
Show Notes: An explanation of Bitcoin and why it is essential to human flourishing. Whitepaper: https://bitcoin.org/en/bitcoin-paper Books: The 7th Property – Eric Yakes, The Bitcoin Standard – Saifedean Ammous, A History of Money and Banking in the United States – Murray Rothbard, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - John Perkins, The Price of Tom…
 
Show Notes: Defining the witness. Accessing the witness. Crisis Support: https://maps.org/take-action/resources/crisis-resources/ Books: Kundalini Tantra - Swami Satyananda Saraswati, The Myth of Normal – Gabor Mate, Presence Process -Michael Brown, A New Earth - Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now – Eckhart Tolle, No Boundary – Ken Wilber. BTC Address…
 
Show Notes: Effect, duration, and dosage. Crisis Support: https://maps.org/take-action/resources/crisis-resources/ Books: How to Change Your Mind – Michael Pollan, The Harvard Psychedelic Club – Don Lattin, Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test – Tom Wolfe, LSD Psychotherapy – Stansliav Grof, Way of the Psychonaut: Part 1 & 2 – Stanislav Grof. Documentaries:…
 
Show Notes: Defining shadow. Integrating shadow. Books: A New Earth - Eckhart Tolle, Exploring the World of Lucid Dreaming – Stephen LaBerge & Howard Rheingold, Integral Life Practice – Ken Wilber Et Al, The Four Agreements – Don Miguel Ruiz. BTC Address: bc1qnu6h5v45e7dyza3cmrvf82xau48jg3c5c9f4w6저자 Simon Roshani
 
Show Notes: Effect, duration, and dosage. Crisis Support: https://maps.org/take-action/resources/crisis-resources/ Books: Mycelium Running – Paul Stamets, Psychedelics and Psychotherapy– Time Read and Maria Papaspyrou, Mindbody Perscription – John Sarno, Becoming Supernatural – Joe Dispenza, Food of the Gods – Terence McKenna. BTC Address: bc1qnu6h…
 
Show Notes: Basic preparation instructions. Defining set and setting. Crisis Support: https://maps.org/take-action/resources/crisis-resources/ Books: Psychedelics and Psychotherapy – Time Read and Maria Papaspyrou, The Psychedelic Explorer's Guide – James Fadiman. Equipment: Manta Eye Shade. BTC Address: bc1qnu6h5v45e7dyza3cmrvf82xau48jg3c5c9f4w6…
 
Show Notes: Defining spirituality. Basic introduction to connecting with breath. Basic introduction to meditation. Creating a framework to assist in understanding psychedelics. Crisis Support: https://maps.org/take-action/resources/crisis-resources/ Books: A Confession – Leo Tolstoy, Black Elk Speaks – John G. Neihardt, The Four Agreements - Don Mi…
 
Dr. Ilya Kliger outlines an approach to the study of “sociotopes” in narrative fiction and beyond. Defining sociotopes as specific configurations of sociality, presupposing and projecting diverse scenarios and normative principles of affiliation and detachment, Professor Kliger takes as his case study the emblematic and consequential moment in the …
 
Professor Dame Wendy Hall, Regius Professor of Computer Science, Associate Vice President (International Engagement) and an Executive Director of the Web Science Institute at the University of Southampton, discussed trends in AI and their implications for society including national strategies for AI, geopolitical pressures on AI and data governance…
 
Dr. Tatyana Gershkovich contests the familiar opposition of Tolstoy the moralist and Nabokov the aesthete. She argues that their divergent stylistic and philosophical trajectories were in fact parallel flights from the same fear: that one’s experience of the world might be entirely one’s own, private, and impossible to share through art. Yet unlike…
 
In our latest episode, Dr Andrew Stumer and Professor Emeritus Kay Saunders AO examine two Queensland criminal cases from the late 19th century. With the rapid expansion of sugar production in Queensland in the second half of the 19th century, new sources of labour were sought. In 1871, the Supreme Court of Queensland upheld the conviction of Capta…
 
Bukovina, a former borderland of the Habsburg empire now divided between Ukraine and Romania, was a place of mutual observation, competition, and conflict between the different states and governments that laid claim to the territory. Over the course of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the province experienced repeated regime changes – many o…
 
Dr. Lucey considers how Russia’s writers and artists popularized images of madams and procuresses as manipulative and greedy figures who tricked and abused the women in their charge. Portrayed as far more heinous than the men who frequented brothels, the madam looms in literature and fine art as a trafficker in human flesh who goes against God and …
 
Our new Chair of the Department of Medicine, Dr. Kim Williams, presents his first Grand Rounds on the topic of Nutrition, Health Equity, and CV Mortality. First, Dr. Williams discusses some of the main issue in the United States including being its expensive and broken healthcare system. With the expectance of an increase in cardiovascular disease …
 
Iryna Januszek is one of the many Ukrainians who found a life in Poland in the post-Soviet era, but Ukraine has never been far from her thoughts. Members of family remained there and participated in the movements to build a new society. She also shares those aspirations which brought Ukrainians to fight for freedom and association with Europe. Now …
 
How did African American visitors and residents of Soviet Central Asia imagine their Central Asian counterparts? Through an exploration of their writings, we can see how African Americans envisioned a shared historical and racial bond between themselves and Central Asians. About the Speaker: Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon is a Ph.D. student in history …
 
7.21.22Henry Misa provides an almost two-thousand-year-long context for the modern climate crisis in Central Eurasia. He gives an overview of climatic and environmental change in Central Eurasia stretching from around 400 to the 1960s, and discusses the ongoing debates within the historiography of climate and society in Central Eurasia with a focus…
 
Sir Ross Cranston will draw on themes in his recent book, Making commercial law through practice 1830–1970 (Cambridge UP, 2021), emphasising the Australian dimension.  He will examine three areas: markets, agency and sales, to show that although the common law provided the backdrop to commercial activity, it was in practice a flexible tool to achie…
 
Dr. Kassenova shares the history of Soviet nuclear tests in the Kazakh steppe, their harm to the people and the environment, and the story of the public anti-nuclear movement that led to the closure of the nuclear testing site. She also explains why Kazakhstan decided to give up its nuclear inheritance, including more than a thousand nuclear weapon…
 
By focusing predominantly on discourse production and language management, language policy research de-emphasizes the material sources of inequality. The lecture argues that language management, often restricted by ritualistic and symbolic gestures, cannot rectify historically formed relations of power and calls for critical examination of both soc…
 
Dr. Laura Bishop presents "Opiate Use Disorder in the Inpatient Setting: To Bup or Not to Bup with Dr. Bishop" by first examining the practice for adjustments to create space of destigmatizing patients with SUDS. She then discusses the symptoms of opiate withdrawal as well as the pharmacology of buprenorphine and its efficacy/safety in treating opi…
 
This lecture presents research findings on the reasons for Chechen population growth in times of harshness. The investigation begins with an observation of a quite contradictory nature: Chechens would not postpone creating families in times of war (1994-1996 and 1999-2009). Being based on demographic statistics, which imply longitudinal studies, th…
 
Hannah Chapman presents a theory of how non-democratic regimes use seemingly democratic forms of communication and participation to bolster regime legitimacy and mitigate information dilemmas. She argues that autocrats develop and maintain participatory technologies—elite-mass communication strategies that promote increased interaction between the …
 
TJ Ryan, as leader of Queensland’s first Labor government to have a majority in the lower house of state parliament, implemented wide‑ranging political, economic and social reforms in the face of opposition from the upper house and resistance from the Supreme Court of Queensland. After his untimely death in 1922, Ryan’s successors launched sustaine…
 
Panel Discussion with Kathryn Ciancia, Lukasz Wodzynski, Krzysztof Borowski, and Brian Porter-Szucs : December 13, 2021, marked the 40th Anniversary of the Declaration of the Martial Law, the Communist Government’s violent attempt to quell a civic mass movement that gave millions of Poles hope for a better future. It marked the end of the “carnival…
 
Dame Lynne Owens, former Director General of the National Crime Agency until October 2021, discussed her career highlights, what it was like to be responsible for security at the Royal Wedding and the visit of President Obama, and why students should consider a career in policing. We also explored the current challenges facing policing and the law …
 
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