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Gap in Expertise is a podcast centering around a group of friends trading ideas in civil conversation, revisiting topics with viewer feedback, and seeing whether or not there is any hope for minds to change given proper evidence to - bridge the gap ;) - of our own expertise. Please feel free to join in the discussion on each episode on our subreddit, Twitter, and Facebook page.
 
Découvrez les meilleures pratiques pour en animation et en présentation. Mon objectif est de rechercher des stratégies pour engager nos auditoires et dynamiser nos communications. Ce balado est ainsi destiné aux enseignants, formateurs et conférenciers qui désirent améliorer et optimiser leur expérience de partage. Il vous permettra également de découvrir des stratégies pour promouvoir et propulser votre partage d’expertise. Dans ce balado, j’interviewerai des conférenciers et des formateurs ...
 
Are you an Entrepreneur, Coach, or Consultant, who is passionate about your mission, and ready to let the world know it? Kristin Thompson, Professional Speaker and Coach, shares weekly topics focused on easy to implement tips, tricks, and training to help you shine a light on your expertise and power up your presentations so you can authentically attract more business more easily, and gain greater visibility for you and your business. Deliver stronger sales presentations without being "sales ...
 
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Hello, and welcome to Episode 14 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. Today is a very special episode as we welcome Ellie, our first ever guest to the show! Sean has brought in reinforcements to back him up on his view that the Ministry of Ma…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 13 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. Today, we ask a critical question. Who, or what, are the Chaos gods from Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000. Does Khorne just want a hug? Is Nurgle really a good guy? A…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 12 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, it's Vib's turn to have the Hot Take, as he sits down to explain why Lara Raith, the de facto Queen of the White Court of Vampires in Jim Butcher's Dresden…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 11 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. Join us on yet another voyage across JRR Tolkien's Middle Earth, as we bring laserlike focus to a frequently overlooked question. Just how weird are the family trees? No, s…
 
For our Season 2 finale, a wide-ranging conversation with the eminent musicologist Richard Taruskin. We talk about his trajectory, from playing early music and studying Russian opera to writing the Oxford History of Western Music and penning polemics in the New York Times; his deep-set belief that musicologists should be skeptics and contrarians; w…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 10 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In our landmark 10th episode, we ask a burning question at the heart of the video game industry. Is Early Access good for the videogames industry? With the rise of Early Ac…
 
How did Cold War money shape the musical avant-garde? What were the roles of experts, elites, and the Rockefeller Foundation in shaping the cultural politics of new music––in the era of serial tyranny and Milton Babbitt's "Who Cares If You Listen?" An interview with musicologists Michael Uy and Eduardo Herrera about their research on funding new mu…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 9 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. This time, we strain ourselves analysing the Marvel Cinematic Universe, asking specifically who can lift Thor's mighty hammer, Mjolnir, and why. In the telling, we drift lei…
 
How does one come to study a topic that is on the margins of an academic discipline? What does it mean to do ethnographic fieldwork amidst the intimacies of the dance floor––and what are the challenges of doing so in queer spaces? A wide-ranging conversation with ethnomusicologist Luis-Manuel Garcia, on his scholarly journey from early music to rav…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 8 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, Vib and Sean ask why, given the fact that they're, you know, magic, wizards in JK Rowling's Harry Potter series hide from muggle view, rather than practicin…
 
Algorithms run our lives these days, from Netflix binges to predictive policing. And that includes algorithmic recommenders––like Spotify's Discover Weekly and Pandora––that shape how we consume music. How does algorithmic music recommendation work and, perhaps more importantly, who makes it work? After all, algorithms are made and tweaked by peopl…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 7 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, we boldly go where no... Wait, no, that's not right... We voyage to a galaxy far far away to bring you the most objectively accurate rankings of the films i…
 
When a modern opera debuts, normally the stakes aren't very high. But when it's composed by Benjamin Britten and premieres in England after World War II, that's a different story. Britten's high-profile operas––whose performances were attended by Queen Elizabeth II––were seen as a reflection of British postwar identity. An interview with musicologi…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 6 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, we struggle vainly to get to the bottom of a difficult subject in Jim Butcher's Dresden Files: Immortality. What is it, how does it work and, crucially, how…
 
Since pretty much the beginnings of our field, musicologists have gone digging for lost music, bringing old pieces back into the world after centuries of neglect. But it's not just about finding some new scores: it's also about building an understanding of the culture that created and preserved them. When we find music in Renaissance manuscripts, w…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 5 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, listen along as your hosts get to the bottom of George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, trying to work out in the midst of all the chaos and carnage who …
 
Hello, and welcome to our first ever Red Hot Reaction. These are special (and usually shorter) episodes we do as and when interesting things happen in the world of geekdom, gaming and anything we deem worthy of reaction. Today we were very excited to see the first bit of gameplay for the upcoming Total War Warhammer 3. We are both massive fans of t…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 4 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, Vib and Sean provide objectively correct rankings of the Primarchs from Warhammer 40,000. In the process, they answer such vital questions as "Who really wo…
 
In 2013, the music librarian David Hunter found the name George Frideric Handel in a printed list of investors in one of Britain's official slave trading companies. Since then, Dr. Hunter has researched Handel and his patrons' investments in the slave trade, as well as the broader relationship between slavery and the history of classical music. Wha…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 3 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, Vib and Sean meander through the long and complicated history of the Warhammer Fantasy world, before realising that it's really confusing. Promises that thi…
 
Hello, and welcome to Episode 2 of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, Sean has the very first Hot Take in Expertise is Overrated history, asserting without much evidence that Aragorn has no claim to the throne of Gondor. Vib, …
 
Way back in 2011, Rebecca Black's music video "Friday" went viral because it was widely considered to be one of the worst songs of all time. But what does that actually mean––for music to "go viral," and for music to be so widely criticized as "bad"? A conversation about gender, genre, and musical virality in the 2010s with musicologist Paula Clare…
 
Hello, and welcome to the first ever episode of Expertise is Overrated, where two nerds with an inflated sense of their own intelligence take the time to answer questions no one was asking. In this episode, Sean and Vib will be providing their completely correct and 100% accurate rankings of the top 10 most powerful characters in Jim Butcher’s urba…
 
Though often overlooked in mainstream histories, the voices of Black women were central to the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in August 1963. And those voices included some of the greatest musicians of the time: Odetta, Mahalia Jackson, Camilla Williams. These women, and the political significance of the spirituals they sang, are the subj…
 
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