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If there is one thing we all share it’s our innate diversity. Hosted by brand communicator Sina Port (www.sinaport.com) on here you can find exclusive interviews with successful women where we discuss topics around business, branding, and womanhood. The Shared Diversity Podcast is the Nr 1 Muslim businesswoman podcast.
 
Share Your Secrets is a podcast by Bounceback Food CIC that celebrates the diversity of food, art and community! Episodes include interviews with the artists and organisations involved in the production of the Secret Dishes From Around the World fundraising cookbook trilogy, insights about community and culture from people in the featured countries and updates from Bounceback’s Community Cookery School team in Manchester as they scale up their fight against food poverty across the UK.
 
The Shine Brighter Together Podcast is a place where we share the challenges, complexities and sheer joy of building healthy relationships and doing the heart work for Black liberation. You can expect to hear solo episodes by Monique Melton who is an anti-racism educator, international speaker and published author and creator of the Shine Brighter Together community. And guest episodes with people from different walks of life sharing diverse perspectives on relationships and diversity. Infor ...
 
“Share your science” is a new story collection from scientists at the NASA Ames Research Center. The Ames Science Directorate comprises of researchers from the Earth, Space, and Biosciences Divisions. We are sharing this collection to showcase the breadth of fascinating research and to capture personal stories, challenges, discussions about diversity, science communication, and special moments scientists would like to share along their journey. Our aim is to foster a welcoming space and insp ...
 
HistoryChatter offers an informed take on our shared pasts. Designed and performed by Anirban Bandyopadhyay (Ph.D.), a trained historian and writer, the podcast offers a perspective on the past that shows how multiple interpretations of our pasts and our histories emerge. HistoryChatter believes diversity is not, difference and that difference does not produce inferiority of superiority. More importantly, it believes the past is made of many stories, and many more stories about the past will ...
 
Scott J has travelled the UK sharing his passion for House Music. He was born in West Bromwich and introduced to music at a very early age by his father, a music nut, that not only played a guitar with 2 strings on it, he had a collection of Cassette Tape recordings of artists that a library would have been happy to have had. His Dad would mostly listen to Soul, Motown, Blues, Irish Folk, Rock and Disco music at the family home that he shared with his mother and 5 other siblings. This is whe ...
 
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The Journey's Gift Podcast

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The Journey's Gift Podcast

Catherinanne George, Lissette Ochoa, with Sarah Al-Sabbagh and Jean Bageire ~Album Art Rebecca Seaby, Lead Artist.

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The Journey's Gift is a virtual space where we explore our place in the world, finding light along the way. ~~~~~~~ ~~~ Spearheaded by Brescia University College Director, Campus Ministry, Catherinanne George, and International Program Coordinator, Lissette Ochoa, The Journey’s Gift podcast was developed collaboratively with Brescia student leaders to discuss critical issues happening in the world and to respond to the need for community—to reach out into it, sharing story, diversity and per ...
 
"Share Her Story" is an original podcast series by Women of Martech. Inspired by Women of Martech Success Spotlights, women in the marketing, technology and martech industry discuss their accomplishments, contributions and innovations in the areas of profitability and revenue, process and efficiency, social responsibility and diversity and inclusion.In each interview, incredible women from a variety martech roles share their experiences and expertise with Women of Martech President and CMO o ...
 
We are honored to bring to you a collection of interviews with our veterans. We asked each veteran the same questions, however, the power is in the diversity of their answers. These men and women give us a glimpse into their journey and allow us to experience their sense of honor and the meaning of freedom. We believe veteran's stories should be celebrated and shared as they offer valuable life lessons for all of us.
 
Alternate Ending was formed when three friends realized they all shared a passion for movies. Our goal is to save you time and money by sharing our thoughts and recommendations on which movies to race to theaters for, which to watch at home and those to actively avoid. What makes Alternate Ending different from other film podcasts? Well, we’re not 5 dudes in a room talking about our passion for Fight Club and Braveheart. We’re two dudes, and a lady, of which our tastes are quite varied. Rob, ...
 
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Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture

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Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture

Emory College, Emory Center for Mind, Brain and Culture (CMBC)

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What is the nature of the human mind? The Emory Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture (CMBC) brings together scholars and researchers from diverse fields and perspectives to seek new answers to this fundamental question. Neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists, biological and cultural anthropologists, sociologists, geneticists, behavioral scientists, computer scientists, linguists, philosophers, artists, writers, and historians all pursue an understanding of the human mind, but institutional ...
 
Join Mosaic Untold Lives, a podcast by and for Women of Color, where we can be seen, heard and witnessed. Women of Color is an umbrella term for the Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and Asians of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds, who identify as womxn. We welcome womxn and non-binary storytellers of color. We’ll be telling our personal stories from our life experiences which aren’t often shared. Anyone is welcome to listen or attend live events. After meeting at a local storytelling event, ...
 
Does a happy career and a happy life sound like the dream? Do you want to transform your career and life? What if you were given a front-row seat to a conference where entrepreneurs, HR professionals, executives, recruiters, and niche-experts shared their stories and experiences? If your answer is YES, GIMME! Then, WELCOME to Your Career Cure Podcast with the ‘Tell it Like It Is’ former goth gal, Gail Tolstoi-Miller! Gail is an award-winning Author, Speaker, Career & Business Coach, Staffing ...
 
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This episode is about tips for introverts who want to create a Personal Brand by Sina Port Personal Branding for introverts can seem overwhelming. You want to be seen, but at the same time, you don't. Want to watch the video? Click here to watch on YouTube But although a lot of people think you need to be out there all the time to build a brand, th…
 
Sports and international politics and diplomacy intersect in many ways. The Ping Pong diplomacy between America and China in 1971 was probably the most high-profile instance of sports helping in the resumption of diplomatic relations between two formerly hostile countries. HistoryChatter revisits this landmark episode in international diplomacy on …
 
This week on Share Your Secrets, we hear from Akulah Agbami about the incredible, international organisation BLACK* Artists On The Move. There is also an interview with Jacqueline Alkema from Women’s Arts Association Wales who collectively completed a piece of artwork for the Moroccan section of Secret Dishes From Around the World 3, and founder Du…
 
Welcome back for series 2 of Share Your Secrets! In the first episode host Miriam Rendell talks to Duncan Swainsbury, founder of Bounceback Food CIC, about Bounceback’s third fundraising cookbook, Secret Dishes From Around the World 3. There’s an interview with Justin P Lees, the artist who completed an original design for the Venezuelan section of…
 
This episode is released following International Student Week, and in honour of the Founding of the Ursulines 486 years ago. We honour our international legacy, our Ursuline roots, and the Ursulines. With this episode focused on hope and survival, we commit ourselves to education, awareness, and action against racism. Journey with us as we explore …
 
Kicking off the inaugural episode of TheWork, co-hosts John Sumser and Jeanne Achille welcome SAP’s Chief Product Officer, Meg Bear.Together, they unpack how work is changing and how the resulting discomfort is creating learning and impacting product design. Oh, and Meg also lets us know why her colleagues consider her to be the Roy Kent of SAP Suc…
 
This year's Oscar race is about to get dressy with House of Gucci, a true crime biopic about the legendary family-run fashion company. To celebrate, we're playing a bit of dress-up ourselves, as we take a look out favorite examples of costuming motion picture history. From the storybook past to the shiny future, costume design is one of the corners…
 
British secret service files on historian Eric Hobsbawm reveal their anxiety against communists and communism. They offer details on methods of espionage, techniques of information gathering and processes of record keeping and information sharing by secret service operatives. Ironically enough, spies of two warring or otherwise hostile countries of…
 
Brennan lost his voice and it took some time to find it again. This week, we’re covering Patreon subscriber Carl Beasley’s request of a film involving Terrors of the Deep. The poll results pointed in one mystifying direction: 1989’s LEVIATHAN. In this episode, we plumb every corner of this deep sea flick that welds Alien to The Thing and calls it a…
 
In this episode, Sina and Marina talk about the meaning of Personal Branding and the difference between having a business and having a brand. What is the difference between Marriot Hotel and Supreme? And are you applying branding in the right way? Do you think you are ready to call your brand a brand yet? Watch the full conversation here on YouTube…
 
It's was a very long week for all of us, but nothing clears the mind like getting together to Pass the Popcorn about movies! This episode, Carrie talks us into a round of "The Movie Game," based on a recent surge of film knowledge confidence. It's doesn't go well. Rob brings the new Netflix original Red Notice, Carrie brings Home Sweet Home Alone a…
 
Historian Eric Hobsbawm was longtailed by the British Secret Service MI5. He was a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB), which the secret service saw as a threat to the nation. The MI5 files on Hobsbawm were finally declassified in 2014, two years after his death in 2012. HistoryChatter looks into the contents of these files in two…
 
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There is no eating in the archive. This is not only a practical admonition to any would-be researcher but also a methodological challenge, in that there is no eating—or, at least, no food—preserved among the printed records of the early United States. Synthesizing a range of textual artifacts with accounts (both real and imagined) of foods harveste…
 
Unpacking the nature of emotions is critical to a scientific understanding of the human condition. Recent evidence reveals that emotion categories contain considerable neural, physiological and behavioral variation, challenging long-held views of emotions. Consistent with these broad patterns, I will present research highlighting diversity in perce…
 
In this episode, Sina and Marina talk about how their experiences in life and how redefining yourself can help you grow and be successful in what you do. They discuss what it requires to become your free vivacious self and how to reinvent yourself as a woman. Watch the full conversation here on YouTube If you enjoyed this episode, check out my full…
 
At the request of Patreon subscriber Brian Fowler, and just in time for Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson about to star in the Netflix action-comedy Red Notice, the Alternate Ending crew is going to tag team on an episode all about the colorful history of wrestlers who've wandered into the movie. Some have just showed up for a random movie or two, Roddy Pi…
 
Diwali often appears to be a common Indian festival. In reality, Indians of various religions observe anniversaries of distinct events on the same day. Kali Puja, which is celebrated most widely in Bengal, and often falls on the same day or time around Diwali, also has a number of origin stories. It is observed in various forms by various communiti…
 
Empathy allows us to understand and share one another’s emotional experiences. It allows one to quickly and automatically relate to the emotional states of others, which is essential for the regulation of social interactions and cooperation toward shared goals. Behavioral and neuroimaging findings have led researchers to identify two broad types of…
 
Falafel is now considered a typical middle eastern delicacy. Many countries, including Israel, Palestine, and Yemen claim to be their birthplace. Yet, it was probably invented in Egypt and inspired by the humble Indian Vada or Fulawri. This episode of HistoryChatter explores the appearance, circulation, and contested nationalisation of Falafel in t…
 
Did you know that many children were eligible to vote in the early twentieth century England? An anomaly in voting laws in England made it possible. This episode of HistoryChatter takes up why it happened and how eventually it was set right. Hosted by Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay Don't miss out on the latest time travel stories! Subscribe now to Histo…
 
This time, it’s Brennan’s turn to gift Tim with a spooky movie HE hasn’t seen! Continuing our accidental double feature of parents grieving the death of their young daughters, we’re covering the George C. Scott haunted house film THE CHANGELING! Brennan also reports back on his read through of the Don’t Look Now short story he promised to check out…
 
Want to take your Personal Brand to the next level? Book a Call or visit me on www.sinaport.com! ----------------------------------------­­­­­­­­---------------------------------­-­-­-­-­- Subscribe to the Muslim Businesswoman channel & please leave us a review on iTunes inshallah! Follow us on Youtube Instagram Linkedin Twitter Facebook Follow Sin…
 
Journey with us as we explore our place in the world, unpacking current issues and gifts in discussion with Ursuline, Dr. Mary Frances Dorschell—Sr. Mary Frances' work across academic and community settings explores the power of community along our journey, while highlighting the relationships we are called to build, the value of students, and the …
 
Presented by Music Department, Emory University with co-sponsorships by the Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture, Hightower Fund, Department of Philosophy, Department of Film and Media, and the Department of German Studies. In certain languages the words for “history” and “story” are the same, as in French (histoire) or Russian (история). There are …
 
It's spooky movie season once again, and we're celebrating with a concentrated dose of one of the most iconic monsters in cinema history. This episode focuses on our picks for the top 5 vampire movies, a noble lineage stretching back to the legendary days of German silent cinema all the way to the present day, and beyond. They might be animalistic …
 
Chicago University Professor Wendy Doniger, a living legend studying Hinduism and India over the last sixth years, speaks in this special episode of HistoryChatter about her early career choices, history and myth, her new book on horses in Indian history and mythology and on distinctive approach to studying India, Hinduism, Sanskrit and texts. Host…
 
It's time to Pass the Popcorn again this week! It's what we've been watching and review / spoiler of No Time To Die. We also share our thoughts on Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Diana: The Musical, Bringing Up Baby, Saraband, Midnight Mass and Squid Games. Tune in! Next week's episode: Top 5 Vampire Movies ********************************************…
 
The second episode on the many histories of Qutb Minar carries shows how a good historian reads various sources of the past. It considers the ways in which Prof. Sunil Kumar had studied and interpreted the various sources which offer details about the Qutb complex. He shows, for instance, how the Hindu god Vishwakarma is present in these accounts o…
 
Hello and welcome to the official first main feed episode of Bride of Alternate Ending! We are the horror spinoff show hosted by Brennan Klein and Tim Brayton, and we’ve graduated from Patreon to the main feed this month! These episodes will be coming the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month! For spooky season, we’ve decided to gift each other with ho…
 
It's taken us a few extra weeks, but the Alternate Ending crew has finally caught up with all of the big films of the summer movie season, and we're ready to share our picks for the top 5 films of summer 2021. A small, lower-key summer than some of the biggest blockbuster seasons of yore, but anything would feel like a return to form after 2020, an…
 
Lal Bahadur Shastri, the second Prime Minister of India, is often remembered only for his successful premiership during the 1965 Indo-Pak war and for his mysterious death while in the office soon after. This episode of HistoryChatter provides an account of his early life and political career instead. In recalling his family background, boyhood expe…
 
This episode is released during the Week for Truth and Reconciliation. We honour the First Peoples of Turtle Island and the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We commit ourselves to education, awareness, and action. Journey with us as we explore our place in the world, unpacking current issues and gifts in discussion with Grace Estrada—Grac…
 
What’s your brand purpose?👇🏽 Here are 3 quick tips for those who want to start being more Purposeful in their Personal Brand! Whether that is standing up for human rights, sustainability, or inclusion - purpose and the way you express it in your brand will help you stand out! If you enjoyed this episode, check out my full conversation with Isis Bre…
 
It's time to Pass the Popcorn again this week! It's what we've been watching, a rousing game of Would You Rather? and a very, very in-depth review of Lifeforce, requested by Not Fenimore. Tim shares his thoughts on The Card Counter and Rob pretty heavily steers you alway from Buddy Games... because it's terrible. Tune in! Next week's episode: Top 5…
 
How do description of heritage monuments influence our sense of what is good or bad, or likable or avoidable, about various religious communities? This episode of HistoryChatter pays tribute to the scholarship of Sunil Kumar, who wrote at length about the many ways in which our present concerns influence our understanding of heritage monuments. Typ…
 
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