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Narratives is a project exploring the ways in which the world is better than it has been, the ways that it is worse, and the paths toward making a better, more definite future. Narratives is hosted by Will Jarvis and Dr.David Jarvis. For more content, transcripts, and show notes, check out narrativespodcast.com
 
Market Narratives is a podcast series hosted by Alex Proimos, head of institutional content, at Investment Magazine that features unorthodox conversations with thought leaders influencing the world of fiduciary investors. Investment Magazine is the leading publication for Australia's $3 trillion superannuation industry. It provides trusted news, analysis and editorial on the issues impacting superannuation funds, such as regulation, asset allocation, portfolio construction, governance, as th ...
 
90 Second Narratives is a weekly podcast featuring engaging true stories told by trained historians. Each episode includes a short story interwoven with expert analysis of the story’s historical significance. The concise length and storytelling format of the episodes make history accessible, dynamic, and entertaining. The subjects of the stories are diverse—spanning the globe and ranging from the pre-historic to the modern age. While individual stories stand alone, the episodes in each seaso ...
 
Jason Jemera is a child of Filipino immigrants raised amidst Bay Area violence and is a current UPENN Psychiatric Mental Health NP-candidate in Philly, who is bridging the gap between his background in clinical nursing and evidence-based science with his passion for social justice and community advocacy. Mental health is not one-size-fits-all. We each have different backgrounds, cultures, professions, disabilities, traumas, triumphs, and other identities that build our individual life storie ...
 
Have you ever wondered how the user interface (UI) design was created for a game, website, or app you love? What about the time you were using a website or app and thought, "this could be a better experience, but I wouldn't even know where to start"? UI Narrative shares the stories of people of color interface designers and researchers and their contributions towards creating user-centered experiences. We also discuss Tolu Ajayi's experience as a Senior Product Designer and how she continues ...
 
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We have fun with this episode and talk very generally about the state of 40k in this edition. We can’t wait until it’s safer to get out to events again and we spend a little time discussing what changed from 8th that we like the most. We also talk that even with fewer games being played the meta is still shifting. Hey folks, There is a point in the…
 
In this week's episode we're rolling out a new format - [Deconstructing the Narrative]. Every so often the podcast will deconstruct a popular narrative providing context and nuance behind it, to get to the truth. In this week's episode we deconstruct the narrative from the most infamous photograph of the war in Vietnam. On February 1st 1968, US pho…
 
Do you ever feel like you don’t belong in your position? That your work is not good enough and you should just stop before somebody calls you out? Then you might be battling something called imposter syndrome, and you're not alone. This effects a lot of us, especially amongst marginalized communities. As we continue to grow in our careers and perso…
 
Listen in as we talk with Dr. Ashlyn Burch this week! Dr. Burch is a NorthStar alumna and currently holds a Ph.D. in Physics. She shares how her experience with NSA prepared her to thrive through her post-secondary journey and even now as she works with Sandia National Laboratories. Dr. Burch grew up in Russia and then moved to the United States, s…
 
Episode 37 Show Notes: Abadesi and I talk about whether it's worth staying at a company to advocate for inclusion and diversity. She also offers advice to help with building up your self-confidence. "Each of us as individuals almost has to apply certain frameworks to help us process the environment that we're in and help us decide around if this an…
 
Finding The Narrative: A Genesys RPG Podcast Episode 80 – Primordial Machina – The Crying Sky Part 3 an FTN Actual Play Welcome back to Finding The Narrative: A Genesys RPG Podcast dedicated to the Genesys Role Playing System created by Fantasy Flight Games and produced by Edge Studios. In this episode of Finding The Narrative we continue our actua…
 
To cap off Women’s History Month the squad welcomes back Amana to represent for the ladies. Listen in as they learn about a few unsung heroes in women’s history, discuss some of the inequities that exist in society, and share the hot seat answering questions of why men do certain things that they do. Be sure to subscribe and follow on Instagram (@l…
 
“In 1942, John H. Johnson launched Negro Digest, which quickly became a bestselling periodical among African Americans and building off its success, Johnson launched the black photo-magazine EBONY in 1945…” So begins today’s story from Dr. Brenna Wynn Greer. For further reading: Represented: The Black Imagemakers Who Reimagined African American Cit…
 
We have fun with this episode and talk very generally about the state of 40k in this edition. We can’t wait until it’s safer to get out to events again and we spend a little time discussing what changed from 8th that we like the most. We also talk that even with fewer games being played the meta is still shifting. Hey folks, There is a point in the…
 
We have fun with this episode and talk very generally about the state of 40k in this edition. We can’t wait until it’s safer to get out to events again and we spend a little time discussing what changed from 8th that we like the most. We also talk that even with fewer games being played the meta is still shifting. Hey folks, There is a point in the…
 
An IRS employee is struggling with an internal psychological conflict. Unfortunately, she is unable to resolve her issues before she has to conduct an interview as part of her job. NEW HORROR EPISODES EVERY WEDNESDAY @ 12 P.M. CT Want to Submit a Story? Let us know on our website: https://hairraisingnarratives.com/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twi…
 
“When is a book not just a book? Well, as almost any cultural historian can tell you, a book is almost never just a book…” So begins today’s story from Dr. Scott McLaren. For further reading: Pulpit, Press, and Politics: Methodists and the Market for Books in Upper Canada by Scott McLaren (University of Toronto Press, 2019) Episode transcript: http…
 
I guess I shouldn’t answer the question to the catchy title in the title but hey… maybe I saved you a click. If you play the factions represented in the Book of Rust you know you want it. For others, what you’ll find is a really well thought out book with a lot of cool lore, campaign ideas and awesome art. Get it! Hey all, I play two of the faction…
 
I guess I shouldn’t answer the question to the catchy title in the title but hey… maybe I saved you a click. If you play the factions represented in the Book of Rust you know you want it. For others, what you’ll find is a really well thought out book with a lot of cool lore, campaign ideas and awesome art. Get it! Hey all, I play two of the faction…
 
I guess I shouldn’t answer the question to the catchy title in the title but hey… maybe I saved you a click. If you play the factions represented in the Book of Rust you know you want it. For others, what you’ll find is a really well thought out book with a lot of cool lore, campaign ideas and awesome art. Get it! Hey all, I play two of the faction…
 
Bio Mike Solana is a vice president at Founders Fund focused on community and brand. He is the creator / producer of the Anatomy of Next Podcast. He's the author and creator of Pirate Wires. Times 1:00 - Hereticon Update & why Hereticon? 7:30 - Believe science? 9:00 - Speech at micro & macro levels 12:00 - Cultural monopoly, monoculture, & counter-…
 
Mental health is much more than just this notion of "happiness" and not all of us have the same adaptability. I was asked the question, "What is good mental health?" Here is my response as as a psychiatric mental health NP candidate. This episode is a "real quick Wednesday." These 5-10 minute episodes will alternate on Wednesdays between the bi-mon…
 
We are so excited to sit down with Raegan McKelvy this week! Raegan is an Admissions Counselor at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois. Listen as Raegan gives excellent advice to seniors in the process of choosing their majors and hear the importance of just being yourself through the college application process. Also, learn about a unique fi…
 
We go from guarded yet hopeful to punchy yet relieved in this monster 4 hour-ish episode. In this one, we discuss the lore and Crusade content for War Zone Charadon Act I: The Book of Rust and the accompanying White Dwarf Issues 460, 461, and 462. Intro: 0:00:00 - 0:39:18Lore: 39:18 - 2:29:16Crusade Rules: 2:29:16 - 3:39:21Outro: 3:39:21 - end…
 
“In the nineteenth century, an ever-increasing volume of political and religious debates played out in the public sphere of printed books and journals. At the same time, more and more books were being translated and adapted for ever-expanding audiences in other countries… So begins today’s story from Dr. Samuel B. Keeley. For further reading: Behin…
 
We dive deeper into Codex Drukhar this week exploring many of the changes and new things possible from the new codex. There is a lot that’s different. Squad sizer requirements might be a big deal. We think the book has a lot of teeth but it won’t be easy to use. Hey folks, The codex is a scalpel. You won’t be able to clumsily slog through a game wi…
 
We dive deeper into Codex Drukhar this week exploring many of the changes and new things possible from the new codex. There is a lot that’s different. Squad sizer requirements might be a big deal. We think the book has a lot of teeth but it won’t be easy to use. Hey folks, The codex is a scalpel. You won’t be able to clumsily slog through a game wi…
 
We dive deeper into Codex Drukhar this week exploring many of the changes and new things possible from the new codex. There is a lot that’s different. Squad sizer requirements might be a big deal. We think the book has a lot of teeth but it won’t be easy to use. Hey folks, The codex is a scalpel. You won’t be able to clumsily slog through a game wi…
 
Bio Glenn Loury is a distinguished professor of economics at Brown University, he was a professor at Boston University, the University of Michigan, Northwestern University, and the first African American tenured professor of economics at Harvard. He’s the author of man books and essays, and the host of the popular Glenn Show podcast (link below). T…
 
In the midst of tragic irony, the squad speaks to one nationally recognized act of gun violence in Atlanta, GA days before a subsequent act in Boulder, Colorado. Listen in as they share thoughts on gun rights, gun reform, and gun culture. Be sure to subscribe and follow on Instagram (@lctnpodcast) and Twitter (@lctnpod)!…
 
Episode 36 Show Notes: There’s no perfect job out there because our wants and needs are always changing depending on what we’re going through in life. What you want this month might change to what you need next month. Ya know? Changing jobs every 1-3 years is okay. I usually know after 6 months when I’m going to quit my job. And every 6 months I ma…
 
Finding The Narrative: A Genesys RPG Podcast Episode 79 – Sample Setting Spotlight #6: Monsterworld Welcome back to Finding The Narrative: A Genesys RPG Podcast dedicated to the Genesys Role Playing System created by Fantasy Flight Games and produced by Edge Studios. In this episode of Finding The Narrative we discuss the Monsterworld setting from …
 
In this wide-ranging conversation, we're joined by Zak Slayback to talk about America, the Urban/Rural Divide, and Rene Girard. Zak is a venture capital professional at 1517 fund, career coach, and occasional writer. You can find Zak's work at https://zakslayback.com/ Show Notes: Zak’s book How to Get Ahead (Highly recommended!) Nozick’s Anarchy St…
 
“This story is about one of the earliest models to appear on the printed page: the sixteenth-century German peasant…” So begins today’s story from Dr. Sky Michael Johnston. For further reading: Sky Michael Johnston. “Printing the Weather: Knowledge, Nature, and Popular Culture in Two Sixteenth-Century German Weather Books.” Renaissance Quarterly 73…
 
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