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Queen Mary, University of London is one of the UK's leading research-focused higher education institutions. With around 16,900 students and 3,800 staff, we are one of the biggest University of London colleges. We teach and research across a wide range of subjects in the humanities, social sciences, law, medicine and dentistry, and science and engineering. Based in a creative and culturally diverse area of east London, we are the only London university able to offer a completely integrated re ...
 
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It's the final episode of the series, but what have we learned about emotions past, present, and future? Thomas Dixon, Sarah Chaney and Richard Firth-Godbehere reflect back on what they have learned from the series, discuss what emotions might look like in the future, whether we should stop telling people “Your emotions are valid”, and what histori…
 
Do wellbeing apps and emotional mood trackers make you feel nervous, furious, or happy?In this episode, historian of emotions and author Richard Firth-Godbehere goes in search of the science, technology, ethics, and feelings behind emotional AI.Fellow historian Thomas Dixon acts a guinea pig for Richard, trying out some emotion-tracking apps. with …
 
When it comes to childhood trauma, do our bodies keep the score, and with what emotional impacts?Historian of child psychology Emma Sutton finds out about the recent explosion of interest in "trauma-informed" approaches and their impact on family relationships. She tries out some trauma-informed therapy herself, and discusses with therapists and ex…
 
Should mindfulness and happiness take their place on the school curriculum alongside maths and literacy?Thomas Dixon asks whether 200-year-old ideas about love, emotions, and primary education are still relevant today. He visits three schools with different approaches to emotions, and meets experts on mental health and wellbeing - asking whether th…
 
Unexpected item in bagging area! Machines can provoke many emotions, including rage and anxiety. But can they also care?In Episode 2 of "Living With Feeling", historian of nursing Sarah Chaney meets some care robots and discusses with experts what these machines are for, and what they can offer. Sarah probes the potential and the limitations of car…
 
In this first episode of "Living With Feeling" - our new series about emotions in the 21st century - priest and writer Giles Fraser and psychotherapist Philippa Perry join Thomas Dixon for a lively conversation, tackling some big questions about the place of emotions in modern culture.Philippa, Giles, and Thomas discuss whether people are too ready…
 
Welcome to "Living With Feeling", our new podcast series about emotions in the 21st Century. Please subscribe via Apple, Spotify, Acast, or wherever you get your podcasts. Search for "Living With Feeling" or follow one of the links below. APPLE: https://apple.co/3aM5RrbSPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/3uWhKSi ACAST: https://shows.acast.com/living-with-fee…
 
What’s really happening when we celebrate the liturgy? Discover the spiritual wealth and transcendent grandeur of the Church’s liturgical prayer with Joseph Ratzinger’s book, The Spirit of the Liturgy. Over four weeks, Fr. Justin Gough will lead a study of this modern theological classic and explain how it is still relevant to issues surrounding th…
 
Richard Rohr' s reflection for Wednesday in the seventh week of Easter. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more detail…
 
Chris McCullough' s reflection for Wednesday in the sixth week of Easter. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more deta…
 
Isabella Marcelino' s reflection for Wednesday in the fifth week of Easter. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more de…
 
Chris McCullough' s reflection for Wednesday in the fourth week of Easter. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more det…
 
Justin Gough' s reflection for Wednesday in the third week of Easter. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more details.…
 
Chris McCullough' s reflection for Wednesday in the second week of Easter. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more det…
 
Joe Buttarazzi' s reflection for Wednesday in the First Week of Easter. Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more detail…
 
Mike Gabriele' s reflection for Wednesday of Holy Week Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live-streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more details. Follow us on F…
 
Carl Eastwick' s reflection for Wednesday in the fifth week of Lent Welcome to the podcast for the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore! Join us for live-streamed Masses Monday through Friday at 7am and 5:30pm, Saturday at 8:15am and 5pm, and Sunday at 8am, 9:30am, and 11am. Visit us online at www.cathedralofmary.org/webcast for more details. F…
 
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