Society And Culture Podcasts

BeCurious! Curiosidades, Actualidad en Ciencia y Tecnologia | Inteligencia Artificial, Historia, Robots, Smart Cities, Mente show

BeCurious! Curiosidades, Actualidad en Ciencia y Tecnologia | Inteligencia Artificial, Historia, Robots, Smart Cities, MenteJoin Now to Follow

<strong>BeCurious!</strong> Podcast <em>diario</em> de curiosidades científicas, preguntas sobre sexo que no te atreves a hacer y actualidad tecnológica y de Internet. Presentado por Aïssa López para P300.

By p300.net

Important Chinese Things with Jenny Zhu · Learn Chinese · ChinesePod · Qingwen show

Important Chinese Things with Jenny Zhu · Learn Chinese · ChinesePod · QingwenJoin Now to Follow

Important Chinese Things with Jenny Zhu is a free podcast from ChinesePod that helps you understand what's going on in China now and learn practical Chinese words and phrases to talk about those things.

By ChinesePod

Audiria.com show

Audiria.comJoin Now to Follow

Learn Spanish with FREE and DAILY audios

By audiria.com

New Books in Communications show

New Books in CommunicationsJoin Now to Follow

Discussions with Communications Scholars about their New Books

By New Books Network

You Saved My Life show

You Saved My LifeJoin Now to Follow

Phoenix Danger travels through time and space, parsing through queer theory to collect the anecdotes, relics, and visions that shape our queer present and break ground on our queer futures. In each episode, we’ll review the work of a different queer theorist, wrapping personal narratives into the fabric of each era, considering the role of queer theory in documenting survival and struggle. It’s the queer theory class you didn’t know you needed, where Danger breaks down complicated topics and tells you how these ideas saved their life.

By mask.fm

Doors of Deception Radio show

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**THE VIEWS OF OUR GUESTS MAY NOT ALWAYS REFLECT THE VIEWS HELD BY DOORS OF DECEPTION RADIO** Doors Of Deception Radio is committed to exposing the truth about the occult, the demonic, alien encounters, UFOs, spirit guides and giving you knowledge and empowerment to fend off supernatural attacks. You’ll learn how to defend yourself by knowing how to spiritually discern the agents of deception, that have been dispatched into our world at this crucial time in history. We’ll show you what to watch for; signs, miracles, false prophets and all of their counterfeit signs and lying wonders.

By Doors of Deception

This Northwestern Life show

This Northwestern LifeJoin Now to Follow

Transitions can be daunting, and the transition to a university environment can be especially filled with both challenge and reward. This Northwestern Life exists to collect and share some of the many stories of Northwestern students in their personal transitional journeys. It is often easy for us to latch on to dominant narratives of what a "right" Northwestern direction is - through this podcast, we seek to lend real student voices to the broad scope of lived experiences on our campus. From friendships and student organizations to campus activism and the winter blues, we invite you to join your peers as they reflect on both struggles and successes from their first year and beyond. Welcome to This Northwestern Life.

By Northwestern New Student &amp; Family Programs

New Books in African American Studies show

New Books in African American StudiesJoin Now to Follow

Discussions with Scholars of African Americans about their New Books

By New Books Network

A Short History of Japan show

A Short History of JapanJoin Now to Follow

A quick tour through the cool bits of Japanese history. Visit the site at http://frug.podbean.com, or follow me on Google+ (link= gplus.to/cfostersensei)) or on twitter (@frugcam)

By Cameron Foster

State of the Human show

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State of the Human, the radio show of the Stanford Storytelling Project, shares stories that deepen our understanding of single, common human experiences—belonging, giving, lying, forgiveness—all drawn from the experiences and research of the Stanford community.

By Stanford Storytelling Project