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Join us to day as we discuss the process of developing scholarly articles and books as non-fiction work. Learn the lastest on APA style and citating work for your writing in this one hour show. We will discuss what is being taught on the doctorate level and Masters of Business Administration programs across the country.
How plugged in are you? Could you unplug? Could you unsubscribe from social media or at the very least take a sabatical? What do you really know about yoga? How much philosophy have you incorporated into practice and what if that philosophy was completely incorrect? Want to have your mind blown with scholarly yoga? We'll explore these questions and more on this week's show. Guest Host, Roseanne Harvey of it's all yoga, baby is interviewing two amazing guests this week! Mark Singl
Muslim Jornal of Islamic Scholarly Conversations 1st HOUR: Al-Islam in View with Rashad and Kamilah discuss Islam, Quran, and the language of Mujaddid Warith Deen Mohammed as former students of his Youth Dawah class. 2nd HOUR: Classical Conversation with Imam Wazir Ali where he discuss historical figures and their Quranic prespective in comparision to more contempary Muslim figures. 3rd HOUR: New Frontier: Intelligentsia & Al-Quran by Thomas Abdul-Salaam aka Twin Servant of Pe
Professor, author and columnist Ezrah Aharone will discuss his article "The Freedom and Curse to Bear Arms" with host Charles Williams.In 2003 Aharone published the political book, Pawned Sovereignty: Sharpened Black Perspectives on Americanization, Africa, War and Reparations.His books are the first scholarly and comprehensive works that apply the “Concept and Consciousness of Sovereignty” as a lens to examine the historical and future development of Africans in America.
Join us for an interview with Dr. Felicia Moore Mensah, who will share a sneak peek of her 2011 TAA Conference workshop, "Writing and Publishing Your Scholarly Journal Article," on Monday, May 9 at 1:30 p.m. ET. Moore Mensah is the author of more than 30 academic articles, book chapters, and teacher professional resources, and serves on the editorial boards of three journals in science education. She will be presenting her four-hour workshop the Thursday before the 24th Annual TAA C
My guest today is Debbie Barrett who has a site called "Paintracking"
Deborah Barrett, PhD, MSW, LCSW is a clinical associate professor in the School of Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a psychotherapist in private practice. She has published self-help articles on fibromyalgia and other chronic pains as well as scholarly papers on health and illness, global culture, and public policy.
"I came to the topic of this book through my own struggles with pain. I developed severe pain, fairly suddenly, in my late 20s, after having enjoyed many years unencumbered by any health problems beyond an occasional cold or minor injury. Once my pain began, however, it seemed relentless. Even after I was diagnosed and tried various treatments, the pain persisted. The pain seemed to worsen out of the blue, which made my life unpredictable and frightening. But every so often I would experience a short reprieve."
Proving they are more than just hunks of man salami, The Bozos of Basketball (James Bucklin, Ben Kenna) will take their listeners on a scholarly, whimsical journey through their ABC’s, discussing relevant NBA topics & trends, one letter at a time. Call 914-338-1288 to join the conversation. It will be a wonder to behold, if wonders could be held. Philosophy. Existentialism. Pliny the Elder. Getting deep on you corncobs tonight. Not really, but it's fun to say long words.
How often do we think about a father’s contribution to his daughter’s development? Now ask yourself the same question with regard to a father/son relationship. Why is the mother/daughter and mother/son relationship a discussion we find in scholarly and self-help books, professional journals, novels, and memoirs, but the same is not true for the father/daughter relationship? Listen in while Karen Johnson, author of Voices of Daughters” and Dr. Annie Abram discuss this “missing” subject and why it’s not partof our public discourse about parenting.
Our lives are deeply influenced by the workings of archetypes, and the patterns that express their meaning. It was Jung's work on the Objective Psyche that brought us into awarness of these transpersonal, eternal patterns of life, love and destiny. In this eposide we will be discussing role of Jungian thought in modern culture with our special guest, Bonnie Bright, the Founder and Director of The Depth Psychology Alliance.
A central theme in todays show will focus on how it is that we can come to a richer understanding of these patterns shaping and influencing personal and collective experience.
Bonnie Bright, M.A. is the founder of Depth Psychology Alliance, the world’s first comprehensive online community for depth psychology. Depth Psychology Alliance is free to join for anyone interested in Jungian and depth psychology and currently has nearly 2500 members from all over the world.
Bonnie provides depth psychology media and educational content on her podcast, Depth Insights and serves as Exeutive Editor of the semi-annual scholarly e-zine of the same name. She recently founded www.DepthPsychologyList.com, an online database to find or list depth psychology-oriented therapists and practitioners.
She holds Masters degrees in Psychology and Depth Psychology, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA, where she is writing her dissertation on Culture Collapse Disorder.
Published Author and speaker, Shelly Marshall will be our guest on Saturday night, May 4th to discuss her topic of K.I.S.S. (Keeping It Simple Sober) Shelly Marshall has dedicated her life to working with young addicts and their families in recovery. As a Hazelden author, her books Day by Day, and Young, Sober, & Free are recovery classics. Her subsequent works like the Pocket Sponsor (the only 24/7 recovery support book) and Sitting in Pictures, (vision meditations for recovery) are classic recovery at its best. Sober Coaching your Toxic Teen, is a workbook teaching parents how to stop enabling and give real support to their teen in recovery. Marshall’s research has been published in five peer-reviewed, refereed professional/scholarly journals, making her world-recognized as an advocate and activist for clean and sober young people. Her contributions have been, and continue to be, significant as a Hazelden author, as an international trainer and keynote speaker, a published researcher, and even as a small successful publisher.
April 29, 2013 --- 8 PM (EST)
Monthly Bible Study
Study to show thyself approved unto God. It is our monthly Bible study with guest speaker and teacher:
Let's have a spiritual discussion that will teach, edifying, and encourage by utilizing knowledge, understanding of the scriptures in order to create a spiritual foundation that promotes and supports healing as we learn from an anointed scholarly spiritual perspectives of the promises of God.
As we enjoy this Spiritual day of encouragement and teaching, when we get together we shall encourage you in your faith, and we also want to be encouraged by yours”
So mark the date and time call in ask questions and join the conversation. Let the spiritual day of healing begin. Call in Number 323.443.7467 @ 8 PM EST
Like many Christians today in the academic world, Dr. Steven Collins felt pulled in different directions when it came to apparent conflicts between the Bible and scholarly research and theory—an intellectual crisis that inspired him to lay it all on the line as he set off to locate the lost city of Sodom.
Recounting Dr. Collins’s quest for Sodom in absorbing detail, this adventure-cum-memoir reflects the tensions that define biblical archaeology as it narrates a tale of discovery. Readers follow “Dr. C” as he tracks down biblical, archaeological, and geographical clues to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, narrowing the list of possible sites as he weighs evidence and battles skeptics. Finally, he arrives at a single location that looms as the only option: a massive ancient ruin called Tall el-Hammam in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.