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The Voices of Wrestling Flagship podcast features light-hearted and passionate discussion, analysis and reviews of professional wrestling from across the world including New Japan Pro Wrestling, WWE, TNA, Ring of Honor and more. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/voices-of-wrestling-flagship/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
 
Free textbook: https://newsystemjapanese.wixsite.com/patented/textbooks Podcast Vol. 1 "New System Japanese" is the patented Japanese learning method.(PDF/e-book) Only with "New System Japanese" you can enjoy and master basic Japanese in such a short time. "New System Japanese" 「ニュー・システムによる日本語」 は特許取得の日本語学習法で、従来の方法の3~5倍の速さで日本語の基礎がマスターできます。(テキスト)
 
ニューホープインターナショナル教会(日本語) バルーン・ラオ牧師 By Ps. Varun Laohaprasit メッセージを聞くには、各メッセージのタイトルをクリックしてください。ダウンロードまたは定期購読するにはiTunesをインストールする必要があります。 説明 あなたの人生を変える油注がれたラオ牧師の日本語(逐次通訳)メッセージです!定期的に更新していますので、お聞き逃さないように購読の登録をすることをお薦めします。 ラオ牧師はニューホープインターナショナル教会の主任牧師です。ダー牧師夫人とともにタイ、バンコクの出身です。ラオ牧師は、バンコクのチュラロンコン大学医学部を首席で卒業。その後、脳外科医として勤めると同時に3年間タイ東部の教会で牧会を行います。そして、1985年にワシントン大学の医学部で学ぶために米国に渡り、同医学部で主任研修医となります。その頃、同時進行で神の召しと励ましを受け、シアトルで数人の新しいクリスチャンと共に教会を始めることになります。新しい外国の地で脳外科医としてキャリアをスタートさせる中、ラオ牧師は、教会のためにシアトル北部にある自宅の地下室 ...
 
The Art of Storytelling presents "THE NEW YORK BREEZE" podcast: News and stories about life in New York City in easy-to-digest one minute soundbites in both English and Japanese. Written and hosted by Chris Kan. A native New Yorker and graduate of Columbia University's graduate school of International Education whose lifelong passion for sharing all things New York and teaching English led to the creation of this podcast. If you're tired of the same old vanilla ESL podcasts and crave somethi ...
 
ニューヨーク在住のChrisが発信するボイスレター。気軽に自然な英語に触れるうちに海外ドラマの英語も聞き取れるリスニング力がつきます。 日本語の解説が入るのでトレンド情報番組としても楽しめます。 ウェブサイト http://nybreeze.info/ で英文スクリプト、日本語全訳、写真を確認できます。 What’s up? I’m Chris in New York and my cohost in Japan is Shoko. We’re going to be sharing stories and insights about life in New York City.
 
Textbook: https://newsystemjapanese.wixsite.com/patented/textbooks Vol. 1 (2) "New System Japanese" is the patented Japanese learning method.(PDF/e-book) Only with "New System Japanese" you can enjoy and master basic Japanese in such a short time. "New System Japanese" 「ニュー・システムによる日本語」 は特許取得の日本語学習法で、従来の方法の3~5倍の速さで日本語の基礎がマスターできます。(テキスト)
 
A New York Minute In History is a podcast about the history of New York and the unique tales of New Yorkers. It is hosted by Devin Lander, the New York State Historian, and Don Wildman. Jim Levulis is the producer. A New York Minute In History is a production of the New York State Museum, WAMC Northeast Public Radio and Archivist Media. Support for the project comes from The Pomeroy Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities and a Humanities New York Action Grant.
 
Since 2005, the CAGcast has been a pretty silly podcast about video games and the topics that affect gamers. Hosts CheapyD, Wombat, and Shipwreck talk industry news, review games, supply game shopping tips and generally share too much of their personal lives. Giving new meaning to "Talk is Cheap", the CAGcast is the official Podcast of the video game shopping community, CheapAssGamer.com.
 
Learning a new language? Get your language learning questions answered by polyglot Olly Richards, who speaks 8 languages and runs the popular blog - I Will Teach You A Language. Whatever's holding you back on the path to fluency, tune in twice a week to get your regular dose of language learning motivation, with Olly and other polyglot guests, such as Benny Lewis, Luca Lampariello, Richard Simcott and Alex Rawlings. Learn Spanish, Learn French, Learn German, Learn Italian, Learn Portuguese, ...
 
"The Sound of New York City" is a project born from the idea of its founder back in 2006 to encourage the rediscovery of the Disco Sound, including Soul - Funk - House, while at the same time make use of my extensive vinyl collection, much of which was gathered from underground sources, dating back to 1975. In December 2009 the initial project was transformed into a live, 24/7 web radio station: TSoNYC™ The Sound of New York City™. The station's programming is based on the history of New Yor ...
 
참고자료는 http://http://blog.naver.com/tugboat_4 또는 http://http://convolution.tistory.com 에서 확인하세요. 일본 신문 칼럼(주로 아사히 신문의 천성인어, 니혼케이자이 신문의 춘추)을 해설하고 관련된 일본 정보를 함께 설명합니다. 문법이나 독해공부보다는 일본에 대한 이해를 높이는 정보를 제공하고 싶습니다. 新聞コラムで日本をわかりやすく解説します。文法や読解スキール向上より、みなさんが日本通になれることを目指します。
 
"The Sound of New York City" is a project born from the idea of its founder back in 2006 to encourage the rediscovery of the Disco Sound, including Soul - Funk - House, while at the same time make use of my extensive vinyl collection, much of which was gathered from underground sources, dating back to 1975. In December 2009 the initial project was transformed into a live, 24/7 web radio station: TSoNYC™ The Sound of New York City™. The station's programming is based on the history of New Yor ...
 
La idea es ser un podcast que hable de todo tipo de juegos, desde juegos de consola, hasta juegos de pc, desde lo más retro hasta juegos actuales y no sólo aquellos juegos que valga la pena jugar, sino aquellos que marcaron la historia de los video juegos pero que en la actualidad serían probablemente injugables y los clásicos que todos disfrutamos. Carlos Tejeda "el abuelo", "El Dan", Angelus Errare, X-Japan, Remy y Ubaldo "Ego" escogemos algún juego en cada episodio para hablar de él.
 
Focusing on the defence industry, trends in military technology and the procurement programmes that get the kit into the hands of the warfighter.As well as a weekly news round-up of current events, Shephard Media’s team of international journalists and analysts take deep dives into defence issues, focusing on niche sectors of the market and look at where the trends are heading.If you work in the defence sector, have an interest in the development of defence technologies, or even if you are a ...
 
The INIFY® Podcast is about ContextVision's AI-powered decision tool INIFY® Prostate screening – within digital pathology. We talk about INIFY® Prostate Screening's five superpowers – and more. Power to the pathologist! INIFY® Prostate Screening has been granted CE mark status, and is now available for routine clinical use within the European Union. INIFY® Prostate Screening is an AI-powered tool that provides pathologists with valuable decision support when identifying cancer in prostate bi ...
 
Welcome to the Big JuJu Media Radio Show where we laugh at the world before it laughs at us by serving our fans the best Big JuJu Media via our Brilliance in Broadcasting in Performance Art Network for Advanced Comedic Enlightenment and Abundance. We’re your humorous oasis in a world as stupid AF, naming and shaming Satan’s helpers one comedy podcast at a time, ok? Big JuJu Media is all about the GOOD JUJU and not the bad mojo, which is why we’re the most fabulous, largest, most powerful, ri ...
 
Cover Artwork: Bird of Paradise by Android Jones ➤ Booking enquiry for ૐ The-Wa ૐ StereOrganic: https://www.facebook.com/thewa.stereorganic/ ➤ ૐ The-Wa ૐ StereOrganic: Tomonori Ozawa aka The Wa was born in Japan in 1974, dove into the world of psytrance in 2006 at the legendary club Mazel in Roppongi Tokyo. After checking out the club scene, he decided that it wasn't the time to put DJing first on his commitments due to the degrading psytrance scene. In 2012, he started to create mixes again ...
 
In July 1959, a few families in Greenwood and vicinity felt led to establish an independent fundamental Baptist church in the Greenwood neighborhood. The first meeting was held in the home of Mr. And Mrs. Richard Squire on Road 135. Reverend Greg Dixon and Reverend Henri Westrup met with us as we planned a Johnson County Crusade for Christ to be held in a tent meeting in the Greenwood City Park. Attention this first meeting: Mr. And Mrs. Richard Squire, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Middleton, Mr. and ...
 
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The Art of Persistence: Akamatsu Toshiko and the Visual Cultures of Transwar Japan (U Hawaii Press, 2019) examines the relations between art and politics in transwar Japan, exploring these via a microhistory of the artist, memoirist, and activist Akamatsu Toshiko (also known as Maruki Toshi, 1912–2000). Scaling up from the details of Akamatsu’s liv…
 
In their new collection, Monstrous Women in Comics (University Press of Mississippi, 2020), Samantha Langsdale and Elizabeth Rae Coody put together a critical volume on the ways women are made monstrous in popular culture. This edited volume examines the coding of woman as monstrous and how the monster as dangerously evocative of women/femininity/t…
 
Conspiracy theories prove to be popular and widely-spread. As a rule, we do not tend to take them seriously, but it would be wrong to suggest that audiences are not intrigued by them. What can conspiracy theories communicate about those who engage with them and about those who are this way or the other implicated? With Conspiracy Culture: Post-Sovi…
 
Harmony Bench's Perpetual Motion: Dance, Digital Cultures, and the Common (Minnesota UP, 2020) traces the changing ways dance is distributed and created on the internet from the heady early internet of the 1990s to the ubiquitous social media platforms of today. Bench discusses how flash mobs reclaimed public space in the aftermath of 9/11, how "hy…
 
In their new collection, Monstrous Women in Comics (University Press of Mississippi, 2020), Samantha Langsdale and Elizabeth Rae Coody put together a critical volume on the ways women are made monstrous in popular culture. This edited volume examines the coding of woman as monstrous and how the monster as dangerously evocative of women/femininity/t…
 
The moral horrors of genocide and mass atrocity lead us to wonder how such things are even possible. A common and understandable reaction is to see events of this kind as arising from the collapse and eventual disappearance of norms. That is, because we find genocide and mass atrocity so difficult to comprehend, we grasp for an explanation that asc…
 
Bringing to the fore a wealth of original research, A Detroit Story: Urban Decline and the Rise of Property Informality (University of California Press, 2021) examines how the informal reclamation of abandoned property has been shaping Detroit for decades. Dr. Claire Herbert, Assistant Professor of Sociology at University of Oregon lived in the cit…
 
The moral horrors of genocide and mass atrocity lead us to wonder how such things are even possible. A common and understandable reaction is to see events of this kind as arising from the collapse and eventual disappearance of norms. That is, because we find genocide and mass atrocity so difficult to comprehend, we grasp for an explanation that asc…
 
Today I talked to Peter Gordon and Juan José Morales about their book Painter and Patron: The Maritime Silk Road in the Códice Casanatense (Abbreviated Press, 2020). The Códice Casanatense, or Codex Casanatense 1889 as it is formally known, is a 16th-century Indo-Portuguese collection of some 76 captioned watercolours now held in the Biblioteca Cas…
 
New York City's Lower East Side has witnessed a severe decline in its Jewish population in recent decades, yet every morning in the big room of the city's oldest yeshiva, students still gather to study the Talmud beneath the great arched windows facing out onto East Broadway. In Yeshiva Days: Learning on the Lower East Side (Princeton University Pr…
 
In this episode, I speak with Matt Rafalow, about his book, Digital Divisions: How Schools Create Inequality in the Tech Era (University of Chicago Press, 2020). This book provides an ethnographic study of students and teachers at three Los Angeles schools utilizing instructional technology. We discuss the role of play in learning, how disciplinary…
 
Tom Rastrelli is a survivor of clergy-perpetrated sexual abuse who then became a priest in the early days of the Catholic Church’s ongoing scandals. Confessions of a Gay Priest: A Memoir of Sex, Love, Abuse, and Scandal in the Catholic Seminary (University of Iowa Press, 2020) divulges the clandes­tine inner workings of the seminary, providing an i…
 
In Essential Dads: The Inequalities and Politics of Fathering (University of California Press, 2020), sociologist Jennifer Randles shares the stories of more than 60 marginalized men as they sought to become more engaged parents through a government-supported “responsible” fatherhood program. Dads’ experiences serve as a unique window into long-sta…
 
Andrea Pető's book The Women of the Arrow Cross Party: Invisible Hungarian Perpetrators in the Second World War (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020) analyses the actions, background, connections and the eventual trials of Hungarian female perpetrators in the Second World War through the concept of invisibility. It examines why and how far-right women in gene…
 
Muslim Women’s Rights: Contesting Liberal-Secular Sensibilities in Canada (Routledge 2019) By Tabassum Fahim Ruby follows the legal debates and public discussions that surrounded the proposed shari‘ah tribunals in Canada from 2003 to 2006. In her close readings and discourse analysis of the public and media scrutiny that followed this discussion, R…
 
Despite the tremendous gains of the LGBT movement in recent years, the history of gay life in this country remains poorly understood. According to conventional wisdom, gay liberation started with the Stonewall Riots in Greenwich Village in 1969. The 1970s represented a moment of triumph -- both political and sexual -- before the AIDS crisis in the …
 
In Essential Dads: The Inequalities and Politics of Fathering (University of California Press, 2020), sociologist Jennifer Randles shares the stories of more than 60 marginalized men as they sought to become more engaged parents through a government-supported “responsible” fatherhood program. Dads’ experiences serve as a unique window into long-sta…
 
In the mid-1980s, Goa witnessed mass demonstrations, violent protests and political mobilising, following which Konkani was declared the official language of the Goan territory. However, Konkani was recognised only in the Devanagari script, one of two scripts used for the language in Goa, the other being the Roman script. Set against this historica…
 
Architecture can seem complicated, mysterious or even ill-defined, especially to a student being introduced to architectural ideas for the first time. One way to approach architecture is simply as the design of human environments. When we consider architecture in this way, there is a good place to start – ourselves. Our engagement in our environmen…
 
In this episode of The Weekly Defence Podcast, we go in-depth with Defence Insight's Senior Land Analyst on the Middle Eastern and North African armoured vehicle market, and the head of CAE’s defence division casts an eye over the military simulation and training sector. Newsround: (00:41) Iran last week unveiled a large multipurpose combat vessel …
 
This week on the VOW Flagship Podcast Joe and Rich talk the latest happenings in Pro Wrestling NOAH including their noteworthy 20th Anniversary show, the passing of Bob Ryder and the history of wrestling on the internet, Thanksgiving recipes then finally WWE Survivor Series 2020 and Undertaker's Final Farewell. Support this podcast at — https://red…
 
In Batman and The Joker: Contested Sexuality in Popular Culture (Routledge, 2020), Chris Richardson presents a cultural analysis of the ways gender, identity, and sexuality are negotiated in the rivalry of Batman and The Joker. Richardson's queer reading of the text provides new understandings of Batman and The Joker and the transformations of the …
 
In a bustling city-center of Seoul, women in yellow vests protesting over the “final” resettlement between the Japanese and Korean governments every Wednesday is an iconic sight, testifying to the strength and resilience of the “comfort women” movement. In her award-winning book Embodied Reckonings: “Comfort Women,” Performance, and Transpacific Re…
 
In Peace Love Yoga: The Politics of Global Spirituality (Oxford University Press, 2020), Andrea Jain examines the interconnectedness between global spirituality and neoliberal capitalism through an examination of the global yoga and self-care industries. Building off her work in Selling Yoga: From Counterculture to Pop Culture (Oxford University Pr…
 
“India is not yet a nation. It is still in an improvisational mode like a jazz band that needs to perform repeatedly together in order to uplift every voice in the chorus,” Suraj Yengde writes in his explosive text, Caste Matters (India Viking, 2019). Yengde, a first-generation Dalit scholar educated across continents, challenges deep-seated belief…
 
In her latest book, Projectland: Life in a Lao Socialist Model Village (University of Hawaii Press), due out in May 2021, Associate Professor Holly High argues that socialism remains an important consideration in understanding “the politics of culture and the culture of politics” in Laos. She contends that understanding socialism in Laos requires m…
 
In Batman and The Joker: Contested Sexuality in Popular Culture (Routledge, 2020), Chris Richardson presents a cultural analysis of the ways gender, identity, and sexuality are negotiated in the rivalry of Batman and The Joker. Richardson's queer reading of the text provides new understandings of Batman and The Joker and the transformations of the …
 
In a bustling city-center of Seoul, women in yellow vests protesting over the “final” resettlement between the Japanese and Korean governments every Wednesday is an iconic sight, testifying to the strength and resilience of the “comfort women” movement. In her award-winning book Embodied Reckonings: “Comfort Women,” Performance, and Transpacific Re…
 
In 1996 Argentina adopted genetically modified (GM) soybeans as a central part of its national development strategy. Today, Argentina is the third largest global grower and exporter of GM crops. Its soybeans—which have been modified to tolerate being sprayed with herbicides—now cover half of the country's arable land and represent a third of its to…
 
In Enduring Cancer: Life, Death, and Diagnosis in Delhi (Duke UP, 2020) Dwaipayan Banerjee explores the efforts of Delhi's urban poor to create a livable life with cancer as patients and families negotiate an overextended health system unequipped to respond to the disease. Owing to long wait times, most urban poor cancer patients do not receive a d…
 
Ellen Lamont's new book The Mating Game: How Gender Still Shapes How We Date (University of California Press, 2020) offers an in-depth analysis of how gender shapes dating practices. Despite enormous changes in patterns of dating and courtship in twenty-first-century America, contemporary understandings of romance and intimacy remain firmly rooted …
 
Ellen Lamont's new book The Mating Game: How Gender Still Shapes How We Date (University of California Press, 2020) offers an in-depth analysis of how gender shapes dating practices. Despite enormous changes in patterns of dating and courtship in twenty-first-century America, contemporary understandings of romance and intimacy remain firmly rooted …
 
The politics of identity have played center stage in many political debates in the last few years, and is often seen somewhat pejoratively as an epiphenomenal manifestation of the dynamics of capitalism. Some scholars, however, see this as a reductive mistake, not just for any attempt to organize against capitalism, but also as part of a mistaken u…
 
In this episode of The Weekly Defence Podcast we speak with UK-based company Iceni Labs on its work with the UK MoD to develop a range of technologies including the SafeScan Tactical Sense-Through-The-Wall radar, and we catch-up on all the news from the Asia Pacific. Newsround (00:38) UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on 19 November a £16.5…
 
In India, the practice of jugaad—finding workarounds or hacks to solve problems—emerged out of subaltern strategies of negotiating poverty, discrimination, and violence but is now celebrated in management literature as a disruptive innovation. In Jugaad Time: The Ecologies of Everyday Hacking in India (Duke UP, 2019) Amit S. Rai explores how jugaad…
 
How did public demand shape education in the 20th century? In The Crisis of the Meritocracy: Britain’s Transition to Mass Education since the Second World War (Oxford UP, 2020), Peter Mandler, Professor of Modern Cultural History at the University of Cambridge, charts the history of schools, colleges, and universities. The book charts the tension b…
 
When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs …
 
It is often assumed that creative people are prone to psychological instability, and that this explains apparent associations between cultural production and mental health problems. In their detailed study of recording and performing artists in the British music industry, Sally Anne Gross and George Musgrave turn this view on its head. By listening…
 
This week on the VOW Flagship Podcast Joe and Rich talk Dragongate Kobe World 2020, NJPW's World Tag League & Best of the Super Juniors, Undertaker's Last Ride, WWE Survivor Series 2020, the latest in RevPro and more! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/voices-of-wrestling-flagship/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/…
 
In the Failures of Ethics: Confronting the Holocaust, Genocide and Other Mass Atrocities (Oxford University Press, 2018), John K. Roth concentrates on the multiple shortfalls and shortcomings of thought, decision, and action that tempt and incite humans to inflict incalculable harm upon other humans. Absent the overriding of moral sensibilities, if…
 
In Diners, Dudes, and Diets: How Gender and Power Collide in Food Media and Culture (UNC Press, 2020), Emily Contois argues that the figure of The Dude was invented (or perhaps only capitalized on) by marketing and advertising firms to combat “gender contamination” and sell what may be perceived as “feminine” foods to men. Contois suggests that thi…
 
In Diners, Dudes, and Diets: How Gender and Power Collide in Food Media and Culture (UNC Press, 2020), Emily Contois argues that the figure of The Dude was invented (or perhaps only capitalized on) by marketing and advertising firms to combat “gender contamination” and sell what may be perceived as “feminine” foods to men. Contois suggests that thi…
 
Cuban resourcefulness is on full display in Cuban Hustle: Culture, Politics, Everyday Life (Duke 2020), as sociologist Sujatha Fernandes presents an array of strategies not just for survival but for the invention of expressive practices and community-building spaces. Enduring years of Special Period economics and a transition away from Fidel Castro…
 
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