New episode: No Easy Answers in Bioethics - Episode 11 - Clinical and Legal Perspectives on Brain Death

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?

Clinical and Legal Perspectives on Brain Death: Stahl and Tomlinson - Episode 11

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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?

Somatic Podcast - Ep 10, Toward a More Critical Sport Management

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

15 Minute History roundtables on the legacy of World War I

To coincide with the centenary of the end of World War One, 15 Minute History has published two roundtables on the legacy of the war in southeast Europe and the Middle East, and in Germany and Russia. Both episodes are transcribed (click through the links to listen/read).

New Books in Secularism podcast: SECULAR BUDDHISM: Imagining the Dharma in an Uncertain World (Yale UP, 2017) by Stephen Batchelor

Teacher and scholar Stephen Batchelor joined me on the New Books in Secularism podcast to discuss his latest book, Secular Buddhism: Imagining the Dharma in an Uncertain World (Yale University Press, 2017). Listen to the podcast here.

Filibustering History podcasts: Heather Mayer, Daniel Peters, and Elizabeth Spott

Hello everybody! I have three new podcast episodes to share: 

Dr. Heather Mayer teaches history at Portland Community College and Southern New Hampshire University. In this episode, Dr. Mayer discusses her new book, Beyond the Rebel Girl: Women and the Industrial Workers of the World in the Pacific Northwest, 1905-1924 and her recent article in the Washington Post. Listen to this episode here: https://soundcloud.com/user-399142700/heather-mayer-historian  

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