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Our guest on this podcast is Xiangdong Ji, project leader for the PandaX dark matter search collaboration in China's JinPing Deep-Underground Lab in Sichuan, China, and Distinguished University Professor of physics at the University of Maryland. We discuss the history of the search for dark matter, and the beauty and simplicity of physics.

Direct download: CD_AR_Ji_final.mp3
Category:Athenaeum Review -- posted at: 12:31am CST

Does modern Science have room to acknowledge and incorporate other disciplines and cultures in its progression and its methods?

Join Josef Velten and Ayen Kuol as they discuss the concept of using Art as a method of scientific research.

Direct download: Episode_1_Part_2___Art_as_a_method_of_research.mp3
Category:Griot Sayansi -- posted at: 1:12pm CST

Are we as scientists understanding the bigger picture of our roles as scientist in our modern world? Are we aware of the full spectrum of our power and implications our work has on the world?

Join Josef Velten and Ayen Deng as they discuss their scientific experiences.

Direct download: Episode_1_Part_1__Concerning_the_Ethics_of_Science.mp3
Category:Griot Sayansi -- posted at: 12:30pm CST

On this episode, we talk with Justin Shubow, President of the National Civic Art Society, about modernism and classicism, the profession of architecture and its role in civil society, public monuments in Washington, D.C., the philosopher Michael Oakeshott, and much more.

 
Direct download: CD_AR_Shubow_2_final.mp3
Category:Athenaeum Review -- posted at: 10:50am CST

On this episode, we talk with Justin Shubow, President of the National Civic Art Society, about modernism and classicism, the profession of architecture and its role in civil society, public monuments in Washington, D.C., the philosopher Michael Oakeshott, and much more.

Direct download: CD_AR_Shubow_1.mp3
Category:Athenaeum Review -- posted at: 3:00am CST

Our guest today is Chris Arnade, the author of Dignity: Seeking Respect in Back Row America. He is a freelance writer and photographer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Atlantic, Guardian, Washington Post, Financial Times, and Wall Street Journal among many others.

In this podcast:

What does “dignity” mean, and how do you recognize it when you see it? (1:30) — How the bureaucracy of “helping institutions” can have a bad effect on the people they are trying to serve (6:30) — What would be a better way for us to think about social issues in America? (11:30) — Growing up in small-town Florida, and views of the class structure in America (13:30) — What public policies do you think would help people who are struggling? (16:30) — Has writing this book changed your views on the role of religion? (20:30) — What America can learn from the virtues of El Paso and East L.A. (25:00) — Race, racism and the working class (30:00) — How do you approach the craft of photography? (33:30) — Techniques of storytelling: the influence of Roberto Bolaño’s 2666 and the feminicides in Ciudad Juárez (37:30) — Alternatives to mainstream journalism: the interviews of Nobel prize winner Svetlana Alexievich (44:00) — What are the ethics of interviewing people who are struggling? (46:00) — Has moving out of New York City affected your perspective? (48:30) — Observing American politics: Glenn Greenwald and The American Compass (51:30) –Fort Dodge, COVID at meatpacking plants , and truck stops in Missouri (55:15)

Direct download: CD_AR_Ji_Arnade_final.mp3
Category:Athenaeum Review -- posted at: 12:13am CST

Luciano Queiroz (@lucianolqueiroz) e João Silveira (@johngaucho) recebem o querido Gustavo Reinecken (@g_reinecken) do podcast Trabalho de Mesa para conversar sobre a primeira temporada do Papo ArteCiência e o que estamos planejando para segunda.

Nosso objetivo é abordar assuntos relacionados a arte-ciência através de entrevistas com pesquisadores brasileiros nesse campo de estudo e entender o que é arte-ciência e como ela está inserida em nossas vidas.

O Papo ArteCiência é uma parceira Dragões de Garagem, ArteCiencia Brasil e do espaço de curadoria de conteúdos relacionando arte, ciência e tecnologia do MIT Press e da revista Leonardo, o portal Arteca.

Direct download: pac_007_oqueaprendemos.mp3
Category:PAPO ARTECIÊNCIA -- posted at: 1:09pm CST

MAP's series of podcasts produced in conjunction with MAP2020: The Further We Roll, the More We Gain that critically examines the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment continues with Artist Aram Han Sifuentes. Aram talks about her projects in support of voting and protests, Official Unofficial Voting Station: Voting for All Who Legally Can't and Protest Lending Library and other related topics, such as who in the U.S. can vote and who cannot and why.

Direct download: MAP_Radio_Hour___Aram_Han_Sifuentes__Final_.m4a.mp3
Category:MAP Radio Hour -- posted at: 12:10pm CST

Our guest on this episode is Mark Roseman, the author of Lives Reclaimed: A Story of Rescue and Resistance in Nazi Germany. We discuss the Bund, a close-knit group that worked together to save lives in Nazi Germany, the ideas of “functionary” and “perpetrator,” the Wannsee Conference, and much more.

Direct download: CD_AR_MarkRoseman_2.mp3
Category:Athenaeum Review -- posted at: 3:55pm CST

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