71 shows,
Podcasts from the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies at Oxford Brookes University. Speakers from the Publishing industry in front of an audience of students, lecturers and guests.
6 shows, 5 years ago
La cultura y la belleza de la Italia; Roma, Venecia y Florencia. ItalyGuides son miniguías ideadas para ser descargadas y escuchadas sin restricciones. Los espectáculos del Coliseo, el Tesoro de San Marco, el David de Miguel Ángel vivirán en el iPod y les narrarán cómo era la Italia durante su máximo esplendor.
16 shows, 6 years ago
Introduksjon til opphavsrett. Av advokat professor dr juris Olav Torvund, Bing Hodneland advokatselskap DA
7 shows, 3 years ago
The narrated text of Revealing® Applied Ethics, by Paul Custodio Bube, Ph.D. Revealing® Applied Ethics includes seven modules (corresponding to textbook chapters) that cover the basics of ethical theory and their application to contemporary issues that are often taught in introductory ethics and applied ethics courses, along with a module on the future of ethics that looks briefly at the question of why it is important to study ethics and what kinds of ethical issues are likely to be important in the immediate future. The text is written to provide user-friendly, broad, and balanced discussions of representative ethical arguments about key ethical issues that are prominent today. Learning is reinforced immediately with interactive exercises, essay topics, and a large bank of review questions. Learn more about the full product at thinkingstrings.com.
109 shows, 4 years ago
The Writing University podcast offers recordings of writing events associated with the University of Iowa. Such events include the Iowa Summer Writing Festival's "Eleventh Hour" craft talks, as well as readings from the International Writing Program and other departments on campus.
27 shows, 7 years ago
Este podcast contiene diferentes leyes en formato de libro electrónico
17 shows, 7 years ago
Bonjour à tous and welcome to Easy French Poetry where I read some of the most Classic French Poems. I will read them twice: once slowly - so you may repeat after me - and once at a more natural reading pace. I will sometimes also talk about the life of the author, explain the vocabulary or do an analysis of the text using simple, everyday French. You will find the full text of the poems accompanied by the audio on my website FrenchToday.com as well as much more audio material such as The Easy French Poetry Readings and Analysis series, Classic French Tales, French Verb Drills, reachable audio novels...
24 shows, 11 years ago
Yale University netcasts are now available through Yale University’s new site on iTunes U. Users will be able to subscribe to specific Yale University series based on subjects of interest, such as Arts and Architecture, Business and Management, Environment, and Music. Please listen to the netcast entitled, “Yale University on iTunes U” for more information.
46 shows, 13 hours ago
Tá Falado provides Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation lessons for speakers of Spanish. Podcasts illustrate pronunciation differences between Spanish and Portuguese and present scenarios showing cultural differences between the U.S. and Brazil. Tá Falado is part of the Brazilpod project and is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/brazilpod/tafalado/
9 shows, 5 years ago
ItalyGuides.it today reinvented audio-guides, giving them the feel of "Cinema" instead of the academism of traditional ones, with movie-style music, narration by American voice actor Gregory Snegoff, images and sound effects, dramatically enhancing the storytelling process. Roman Coliseum events, gladiator fights, Michelangelo's David in Florence or Venice with its magic, spectacular scenarios will live in your iPod and will tell you what Italy was like at the height of its splendour. (also available in Spanish and Italian language)
22 shows, 13 hours ago
Radio Arlecchino provides mp3 podcast lessons that illustrate specific Italian grammar points. Grammar examples and dialogs are built upon the escapades of Arlecchino, Pulcinella, and other masks of the Italian Commedia dell'arte. Radio Arlecchino is produced at the College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/ra/
12 shows,
Dare to Use the F-Word tells the stories of today's feminists through the art, the ideas, the community, and the activism that define them. These monthly podcasts, co-produced by the Barnard Center for Research on Women and Barnard College Communications, will bring you interviews, conversations, and voices making change to create a more just world. And there's no better place to do this than at Barnard. For nearly 125 years, this College, in the vibrant City of New York, with the first center for research on women in the US, has been a hub of young feminist activity - a place where theory and practice, scholarship and action, converge. We dare to use the F-Word. We hope you'll join us.
65 shows,
The Barnard Center for Research on Women hosts a programming series that explores a wide range of feminist and social justice issues like women's rights, gender and sexuality, democracy and voting, immigration and economics. Featured speakers include Angela Davis, Estelle Freedman, Lani Guinier, Josephine Ho, Naomi Klein and Dean Spade. Fusing scholarship with activism, highlights from these events are now available as podcasts.
11 shows, 11 years ago
At the University of Chicago, research and teaching in human rights integrate exploration of the core questions of human dignity with critical examination of the institutions designed to promote and protect human rights in the contemporary world. The University of Chicago Human Rights Program is an initiative unique among its peers for the interdisciplinary focus its faculty and students bring to bear on these essential matters. The Distinguished Lecturer series creates space for dialogue between the University community and the wider world through sponsoring visits to campus by prominent human rights activists and scholars.
8 shows, 12 years ago
A podcast for Music 101 at the University of Maine.
9 shows, 5 years ago
The Artifact of the Month series introduces our online visitors to treasured and fascinating items at Dance Collection Danse (DCD). Focussed on Canada’s theatrical dance history, DCD’s collection dates back to the mid-1800s and includes materials such as costumes, props, sets, backdrops, make-up, choreographic notes, photographs, moving images, playbills, souvenir programs, publicity documents, journals, notation scores, correspondence, business records, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, artworks, designs, radio transcripts, oral history recordings and books. Here, we present a featured artifact with accompanying related imagery narrated by a podcast. Welcome to Canada’s colourful dance heritage.
1 shows, 8 years ago
HANS THIES LEHMANN - The position of the spectator in theatre today   The spectator has become the central focus of reflection on performance and theatre since the theoretical/practical shift to the problem of what is the experience of an artistic (or artistically-motivated) gesture. This shift brings into focus the fundamental questions of spectating as an activity. This lecture will focus on several examples of different spectating as an activity. This lecture will focus on several examples of different spectating positions, and will in particular concentrate on a re-reading of the ancient concept of Anagnorisis, in the light of the debate around the polemics against »theatralicality«, which in a different understanding has become accepted as a positive qualification of performance art practice. HANS THIES LEHMANN is Professor of Theatre Studies at Johan Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt on Main, Germany and directs Master Program in Dramaturgy there. His numerous publications include: Theater und Mythos, Essays zu Theatertexten ... His seminal work Postdramatisches Theater has been translated into many languages, and he has also been widely publication on literary theory, contemporary theatre aestetics, and film.
1 shows, 8 years ago
Ilari Valbonesi - The Paradigm of Listening (Sound, Voice, Body, Audience, Radio Art Sound is attractive. It catches the ear, enchants, disturbs, and scares. But it is also imperative. Sound is both a means and an end. The decisive interest devoted to the "strange" reflexivity of sound became a paradoxical instance of art, music and philosophy in the twentieth century. Further, it has encouraged the emergence of a genuine "paradigm of listening" from which I take steps to trace the event of a conceptual category of plastic art so called Sound Art : Art of Sound, that reflecting on itself, defines its own historical context. Sound hits us where our disposition is already a move towards the "given" sound, for that hearing which accords and affords us whatever there really is to hear. Which means there is an "eventual" sound, which happens in-between me and the things in-between me and others: Sound originates "elsewhere" even though we are implicated. The sound of the voice is also erotic. It's like an intercourse in between own and alien. It's magnetic and it orients us in space, it defines boundaries and mixes the real and the imagined. We can experience the public nature of the audience, the spatiality of sound in its symbolic occurrences in buildings that accommodate the aesthetic experience of sound: the theatre, concert hall, the square from the gallery, and the auditorium of the woods. But this is not the proper meaning of sound in space, nor qualifies its access to a space. Sound is more of a timeless space. The body itself is an instrument that records its environment while reconfiguring existing environments. In 2004 I coined the phrase ‘Acusmatic ethics’ to describe the interspecific character of sound and its synthetic temporality. If we understand that listening to something is to record it, recording itself is also a kind of ‘answering’ behavior. Obviously, radio, tapes, samplers are able to isolate, alter and focus the processes of distribution and use of sound. But in this direction, "synthetic" claims is more of a "critique" of instruments and traditional research, including electronic, plastic art that belongs to music "educated" and that "popular" and doesn’t seem to characterize a specific field. This brought me to think of Radio as ethical space of sound and special environment of trading cultures and languages of contemporary art. written by: Ilari Valbonesi
6 shows, 5 years ago
The Seminar Series provides an opportunity for scholars to visit the School and give a seminar presentation of the work that they undertake in their respective fields. It facilitates the exchange of ideas and knowledge within the university and internationally, encouraging their development through discussion and debate in the area following the presentation. It enables both the guest speaker and the attendees to gain new insights in the area and promotes an international research community.

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84 shows, 10 years ago
San Francisco Bay Area Podcaster, Ed Pinto, talks about a number of topics that range from world news - restaurant reviews - gardening and a whole lot more. You may not agree with Ed on everything, but hopefully you find yourself entertained.
2 shows, 10 years ago
On August 21, 2008 the Beaux Arts Trio said farewell in an unforgettable last American concert at Tanglewood in Massachussetts. Performance Today's Fred Child hosted an exclusive live webcast of the concert.
5 shows, 9 years ago
Meet the Parker Quartet, Performance Today's 2010 artists-in-residence. Explore this excellent young quartet in a series of performance-interviews that take you deep inside their beautiful music, and gives you a closer look at them as individual artists.
1 shows, 11 years ago
A selection of lectures, interviews, readings, concerts, and performances from Boston College.
1 shows, 11 years ago
Key speeches and events from around the Academic Health Center at the University of Minnesota
211 shows,
Die Audiobeiträge zu den Themen von NZZ Campus, der Studienwelt der Neuen Zürcher Zeitung.
15 shows,
Die Videos zu den Themen von NZZ Campus, der Studienwelt der Neuen Zürcher Zeitung.
1 shows,
Campus Clipper is a magazine that features articles written for students by students about life in New York City. Whether its how to find a job, get over a fight with your roommate, or make a gluten-free lasagna, our writers search far and wide for the best tips to deal with whatever college life throws at you. In our podcast, three writers read your letters and offer advice as people whove been there. Equal parts wisdom and humor, this podcast is perfect for college students anywhere and for anyone new to a city and trying to figure out how to fit in and make the most of their experience.
109 shows, 11 years ago
Mapping the American Past (MAAP) illustrates places and moments that have shaped the long history of African Americans in New York City.
12 shows, 13 years ago
Columbia University in the City of New York and the Office of Information Technology Policy (OITP) of the American Library Association present Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National and International Arenas. Correcting Course offers a high-level briefing on developments in the United States and in international venues affecting the balanced interpretation and application of copyright. It promotes a renewed activism in support of fair use and the full complement of copyright exceptions and limitations which enable libraries to serve their communities.
6 shows, 10 years ago
Innovation in the CUMC Classroom 2008 was held on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008 at the Armory, located on the Columbia University Medical Center campus. The event featured demonstrations by CCNMTL faculty partners on the use of video, Web-based portfolios, digital simulations, and virtual microscopy.
35 shows, 4 years ago
Conversa Brasileira is a series of lessons built from video recordings of Brazilians who interact in daily activities. The lessons are geared for intermediate-level students of Portuguese. Dr. Orlando Kelm's videos focus on how Brazilians actually talk to one another in natural settings. Conversa Brasileira is part of the Brazilpod project and is produced by the Texas Language Technology Center within the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/brazilpod/cob/
35 shows, 4 years ago
Conversa Brasileira is a series of lessons built from video recordings of Brazilians who interact in daily activities. The lessons are geared for intermediate-level students of Portuguese. Dr. Orlando Kelm's videos focus on how Brazilians actually talk to one another in natural settings. Conversa Brasileira is part of the Brazilpod project and is produced by the Texas Language Technology Center within the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Austin. Website URL: http://coerll.utexas.edu/brazilpod/cob/
3 shows, 12 years ago
In the spring of 2006 a class of doctoral students in Northern Illinois University's College of Education set out to answer the eternal question What Knowledge is Most Worth? Utilizing the dialogic circle method of group dialogue pioneered by educational theorist Paulo Freire, the TLCI 606 class conducted two discussion sessions. The results were recorded and are available for download below. The first session is divided into WKMW parts 1 and 2. The second session is downloadable in its entirety as WKMW part 3.
85 shows, 9 years ago
"Inside Dartmouth Medicine" is a series of web-extra interviews produced by Dartmouth Medicine magazine, exploring the art and science of medicine at Dartmouth Medical School and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
4 shows, 8 years ago
Willingham Live is a bi-weekly English department podcast in which a small group of faculty join with students in a roundtable discussion of a short or famous piece of literature, from the Anglo-Saxon “The Dream of the Rood” to Alan Moore’s Watchmen. The informal and intimate conversations spotlight the close student-faculty relationships and lively intellectual discussions which are hallmarks of the Mercer English major.
15 shows, 11 years ago
Lectures for a Survey of British Literature from the Romantics to the Moderns. ENG 264 is an online course offered during Mercer University's summer sessions.
21 shows, 12 years ago
These podcasts/vidocasts have to do with different idiomatic expression used in the Hispanic world. They also have to do with certain grammar concepts as communicated in narratives about personal experiences. These podcats/videocasts are created and produced by students and professors in the Spanish department at Weber State University.
22 shows, 9 years ago
These podcasts/vidocasts have to do with different idiomatic expression used in the Hispanic world. They also have to do with certain grammar concepts as communicated in narratives about personal experiences. These podcats/videocasts are created and produced by students and professors in the Spanish department at Weber State University.
16 shows, 9 years ago
16 great TEDTalks that could turn you into a lifelong TED fan in 18 minutes or less. If you like these talks, look for 500 more TEDTalks in our iTunes channels. For more information about TED, visit TED.com.
6 shows, 10 years ago
Biologic Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pioneers in Research, is a monthly series of podcasts featuring interviews with today's giants in rheumatology sponsored by Schering-Plough Corporation. In this series brought to you by Rheumatology News International, you will hear some of the greatest scientists in rheumatology describe the exploration of what was then uncharted medical territory. Their words will bring alive the journey of discovery that placed them in the annals of history's great medical investigators.
6 shows, 9 years ago
A series of free podcasts featuring news and expert interviews focused on treating patients with rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and other rheumatic diseases.
261 shows, 7 years ago
The University of Chicago International and Area Studies Multimedia Outreach Source is intended as a resource for students, teachers, and the general public. It makes available recordings of conferences, lectures, and performances sponsored and organized by: the Center for International Studies; the Human Rights Program; the Center for East Asian Studies; the Center for East European and Russian/Eurasian Studies; the Center for Latin American Studies; the Center for Middle Eastern Studies; and the South Asian Language and Area Center. It is funded in part by grants from the U.S. Department of Education.
169 shows, 7 years ago
The University of Chicago International and Area Studies Multimedia Outreach Source is intended as a resource for students, teachers, and the general public. It makes available recordings of conferences, lectures, and performances sponsored and organized by: the Center for International Studies; the Human Rights Program; the Center for East Asian Studies; the Center for East European and Russian/Eurasian Studies; the Center for Latin American Studies; the Center for Middle Eastern Studies; and the South Asian Language and Area Center. It is funded in part by grants from the U.S. Department of Education.
9 shows, 8 years ago
Fluther is a website that provides personal answers to all sorts of questions. Inspired by TED and The Moth, the Conversation Salon is an offline space with the same mission as the site - to connect people through knowledge. In lieu of a name tag, guests fill out an “ask me about” tag specifying their expertise -- then volunteer to lead conversations about their chosen topic.!
62 shows, 11 years ago
Your own personal geek-to-English translator, in handy Podcast form! Equal parts topical science background, correction / explanation of poorly reported science & tech issues, and just plain interesting points to ponder. A 20 minute helping of critical thinking every week, presented in conversational style and with a dash of dry humor.
3 shows, 11 years ago
Keynote addresses and presentations from the 2007 DePaul Faculty Teaching & Learning Conference. It is DePaul's 11th Annual Conference on Teaching & Learning. This year's conference focuses upon the creative tensions present in our varied points of instructional contact. How do we as teachers address these tensions in our lives, with our students, in the classroom or on the internet?
27 shows,
Learning Sciences Research Institute Speaker Series (Audio) : This podcast delivers the audio from our speaker series. On occasion, the Center has guest speakers come and discuss their latest research and activities to a diverse audience here at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
34 shows, 8 years ago
The CLAS Latin American Briefing Series brings academic and policy experts to the University of Chicago campus to address important events and issues in contemporary Latin America. The series is supported, in part, by a Department of Education National Resource Center grant to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/University of Chicago Consortium for Latin American Studies and is co-sponsored by the International House Global Voices Program.