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저희가 찾을수 있는 최고의 Samw 팟캐스트 (업데이트 8월 2020)
저희가 찾을수 있는 최고의 Samw 팟캐스트
업데이트 8월 2020
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History can be explored as a story, and in stories, chapters close. Today, we wrap up our podcast and reflect on how this project impacted us, Samford, and Birmingham as a whole. The music in this episode was produced by Samford student Kerry Joiner. This episode was written and produced by Michelle Little and Claire Davis.Find more about our progr…
 
This semester, a group of Samford students traveled weekly to Episcopal Place, a senior living facility in downtown Birmingham, as part of a project that aimed not only to collect the residents' stories but also to build relationships between student and interview partner. Join us as we listen to a few of the stories they collected and consider the…
 
In our last installment of our faith and history mini-series, Bailey Sharp investigates the Birmingham Public Library's archives with Jim Baggett to see just how deeply religion affects history and historians alike.This episode features Bailey Sharp and Jim Baggett.The music in this episode was written and produced by Samford student Kerry Joiner.T…
 
In the next installment of our faith and history mini-series, Jonathan Lawson and Shae Corey explore the impact of church history and tradition with Sister Elisabeth Meadows of the Sacred Heart Monastery and Pastor Matt Mason of the Church of Brook Hills. This episode features Jonathan Lawson, Shae Corey, Sister Elisabeth Meadows, and Pastor Matt M…
 
In the effort to make history objective, conversations about religion and faith sometimes fall to the wayside. What perspectives do we lose by doing this, and how do historians and religious leaders alike confront the overlap between their fields? Join us as we introduce our next series of student-made podcasts and listen to the first foray into th…
 
Since its incorporation over one hundred years ago, East Lake, Alabama, has come to represent a variety of places, from a resort town to a quiet college campus to an affordable suburb. Stemming from a project between a local coffee shop and school, this episode of Sam.wav explores what East Lake has come to mean to them in their lives and how they …
 
We often say that music broadens boundaries, but how does that concept come into play? Dr. Beth McGinnis and her senior seminar class explored the power of music by traveling to Perry County, Alabama. While there, they played music with high school students and interviewed school administrators. In this student-made episode of Sam.wav, we discuss t…
 
Samwel Sift – Kevin Patterson CeCe Daniels – Lauren Spano Patrol 1 – Kylene Edson Patrol 2 – Nick Shaner (third voice) Frank McCormick – Steve Nazarian Written and Produced by Kevin Patterson. Sound engineering and design by Adrian Parrish. Intro Beats by SpaceBaby. Jazz Background for Voice over and Bar Scene by Music by Pedro. Thank you Advent Co…
 
Samwel Sift – Kevin Patterson CeCe Daniels – Lauren Spano Written and Produced by Kevin Patterson. Sound engineering and design by Adrian Parrish. Intro Beats by SpaceBaby. Jazz Background for Voice over and Bar Scene by Music by Pedro. This has been a Lost Frequency Audio Lab and Stationary Hobo Production.…
 
Samwel Sift – Kevin Patterson CeCe Daniels – Lauren Spano Ralph - Nick Shaner Alex - Kylene Edson Written and Produced by Kevin Patterson. Sound engineering and design by Adrian Parrish. Intro Beats by SpaceBaby. Jazz Background for Voice over and Bar Scene by Music by Pedro. This has been a Lost Frequency Audio Lab and Stationary Hobo Production.…
 
Fifteen minutes outside downtown Birmingham, the quiet town of Docena, Alabama, sits next to a long-defunct mine. Its inhabitants still burst with stories about the vibrant company town, just as they did forty years ago when the first wave of Samford students came to collect their life stories. In this episode of Sam.wav, hear their stories about g…
 
Oral history is known for uncovering and preserving little-known, personal stories, but what happens when the process itself becomes its own story? In our first episode of the new season, hear us discuss a marvelous tale that includes a decaying box of tapes, a small, welcoming mining town, and the longevity of student projects.This episode feature…
 
In the final installment of our Food and History mini-series, Meri Cashion and Anna-Drake Stephens talk to Birmingham local Gerhard Graf about the German culture in Birmingham and the importance of culture in America. This episode features Meri Cashion and Anna-Drake Stephens with Gerhard Graf and Ellie Graf.Our theme was written and produced by Sa…
 
In the third installment of our Food and History series, Jessica Brewer and Lillie Mermoud travel to a local Chinese grocery and explore the variations in Chinese food around the world with fellow student Yujin Zhou. This episode features Yujin Zhou, Jessica Brewer, and Lillie Mermoud. The podcast theme was made and written by Samford student Kerry…
 
In the second installment of our Food and History series, seniors Keely Smith and Ann Potter make biscuits while they interview renowned Southern chef Scott Peacock about his history with Southern food and how it led him to oral history. This episode features Scott Peacock, Keely Smith, and Ann Potter. The music in this episode was made and written…
 
In the first installment of our Food and History series, juniors Spencer Bissell and Jonathan Lawson explore how the agricultural program in Nigeria influences its inhabitants through their interview with fellow student Amam Rochas. This episode features students Spencer Bissell, Jonathan Lawson, and Amam Rochas.The music in this episode was made a…
 
Food is a necessary (and delicious) part of life, but sometimes, its influence goes deeper than we might expect. Pull up a chair and dig in as we introduce our new series on the connections between food and memory in Alabama. This episode features Dr. Erin Mauldin, Elizabeth Poulos, Julia Phillips, and Scott Peacock.The music in this episode was wr…
 
In an age of earbuds and headphones, the communal aspect of music seems less prevalent than ever. The used record stores of Birmingham beg to differ. Listen in as we investigate their growing popularity and the place music has in today’s society.This episode features Marian McKay of Charlemagne Records, Gary Bourgeois and Jimmy Griffin of Renaissan…
 
Immigration is a hot topic these days, but where does Southern hospitality fit in? Join us as we showcase a few student interviews and explore the various experiences of immigrants, especially in the South.Find the other student podcasts from Dr. Alemán’s class and more about our program at www.oralhistory.samford.com. You can find us on social med…
 
From Marion to East Lake to Homewood through such disasters as fire, low enrollment, and a startling amount of mud, Howard College grew slowly into Samford University. Now, on its 175th anniversary, we look back at Samford's past through the lens of its motto: "Deo Doctrinae Aeternitati". Find more about our program at www.oralhistory.samford.com a…
 
History often gets a bad rap in schools. After all, the critics claim, what could be more pointless or infuriating than memorizing random dates and the names of battles over a hundred years ago? STORI believes that history is to be explored as a story – specifically, the individual's story. Through oral history accounts, STORI is exploring the hist…
 
http://ia331210.us.archive.org/0/items/SamwelkertvCodecsThatKillAndNewSoftwareForYou/PodcastEpisode2.mp4?SamwelkertvCodecsThatKillAndNewSoftwareForYou/PodcastEpisode2.mp4 Enjoy. This episode contains information about my two favorite software's.. Cinema 4d and Flash catalyst. I mention adobe.com and http://www.greyscalegorilla.com/blog in this show…
 
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