What does it mean to declare brain death in the clinical setting? How does the language we use surrounding death complicate these situations? What beliefs and philosophies exist regarding what constitutes the death of a person?
For some time, sport historians, sociologists, and sport management scholars have argued and lobbied for engendering a more critical sport management field, in which students and scholars can focus on the dialectical relations between the sport industry and the growing academic discipline. With each year, more and more publication from outlets re
Greetings all, I want bring your attention to the podcast series I produced with Julian Chambliss called The Florida Constitutions Podcast. These podcasts were recorded at the 2017 Florida Conference of Historians in Tallahassee and they feature an interview with a different scholar about one of Florida's historic constitutions, including the current one. H-Florida is hosting this podcast.
I am posting a discussion about each episode.
Congrats to our sisters and brothers in Vermont! Further south on the Appalachian chain, Talking Across the Lines also has a new podcast called, of course, "Talking Across the Lines," on wit and wisdom on race, class and community survival from the coalfields and frack fields of West Virginia.
There are four episodes up now, two hour-long programs in our Hope series:
AJS Launches Adventures in Jewish Studies Podcast Series
The Association for Jewish Studies is pleased to announce the launch of its new podcast series, Adventures in Jewish Studies. The first episode, on appetizing, and an introduction from the host and AJS Executive Director Warren Hoffman are available now. Listen now!
Our most recent episode is a conversation with Charles Reed, president of H-Net for 2018. Here we we talk about Chas’s background and his reign as president, but we also wander through other topics, such as declining enrollments in history programs, historically black colleges and universities, history-based role-playing and video games, and why everybody should care about H-Net.
VT Untapped, the podcast of the Vermont Folklife Center, has gone live!
First two episodes are up!
Episode 1: The Rainbow Cattle Co. looks at a drag troop that was based at a gay bar in Dummerston, VT
Episode 2: Deer Stories explores deer hunting in VT from the perspectives of the hunters themselves
From here on in we're looking to go monthly. Subscribe via your favorite podcast subscription thingie!
More info here: https://www.vermontfolklifecenter.org/untapped/
El próximo jueves 20 de diciembre a las 15:30 horas tendrá lugar una nueva emisión de Hablemos de Historia en la que conversaremos con Adrian Shubert de la York University sobre su libro 'Espartero, el Pacificador'.