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The Yale University Press Podcast is a series of in-depth conversations with experts and authors on a range of topics including politics, history, science, art, and more for those who are intellectually curious. Jessica Holahan hosts discussions on all things art and architecture and there are occasional appearances by Yale University Press Director John Donatich.
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Pod and Man at Yale is the official podcast of the Buckley Institute, the only organization dedicated to promoting intellectual diversity and free speech at Yale. Pod and Man at Yale skips the pundits and highlights student voices on the issues facing campus and the country.
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Yale Cancer Answers is a weekly radio show by Yale Cancer Center on WNPR - Connecticut Public Radio - providing the latest information on cancer screening, detection, treatment, and prevention. Hosted by Dr. Anees Chagpar from Yale Cancer Center, the show features a guest cancer specialist who will share the most recent advances in cancer therapy and respond to listeners questions. Recent show topics include breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, colorectal cancer, skin cancer, lymphoma, leuk ...
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Yale Talk: Conversations with President Peter Salovey

Yale Talk: Conversations with President Peter Salovey

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Yale Talk is a podcast hosted by Yale University President Peter Salovey. About once a month, he will share news from campus or host faculty, students, staff, or alumni for a conversation. Yale is a place of many voices—students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are bringing “light and truth” to our world in many different ways. Through this podcast, you can hear those voices, so you can learn more about the amazing work of education and scholarship taking place at Yale. You can subscribe to Y ...
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Yale Medicine

Yale Primary Care Residency Program

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A selected collection of Internal Medicine conferences and grand rounds from the Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program hosted at Waterbury Hospital, Yale-New Haven Hospital, and the Yale School of Medicine.
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The Gold Standard of Online radio Follow us at the Official Website www.yaleradiocast.com LIVESTREAM Music R&B, Hip-Hop, International Podcasts: • The Male Review • Pimp Talk Podcast • Motivational Sh!t Podcast t!! GET MORE of Yale RadioCast on ALL social Media Sites Livestream: Yale RadioCast LIVE Like on: Facebook | Follow on: Twitter | Follow on: Instagram |
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The Womxn of Yale

Yale Women's Leadership Initiative

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Members of the Women's Leadership Initiative at Yale will interview past and current womxn students at Yale about their experiences at Yale and beyond. The WLI offers opportunities to learn from, speak with, and network with womxn leaders in a wide variety of fields, work with a community of passionate and supportive womxn, and launch self-driven initiatives that empower womxn in many ways. Learn more about us on Facebook (Women’s Leadership Initiative at Yale), Instagram (@yalewli), and web ...
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S@Y: Science at Yale

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S@Y: Science at Yale aims to teach those within and outside of the Yale community about both the fundamentals of science and how research is used to unveil those basic truths. Through article presentation, discussion, and interviews, the show provides a multidimensional treatment of science that helps one to understand both new findings and the research behind them. Hosts: Sudhakar Nuti, Salvador Fernandez, Mario Felix Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/ScienceAtYale Facebook: https://www.faceb ...
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About the Course This course is an introduction to game theory and strategic thinking. Ideas such as dominance, backward induction, Nash equilibrium, evolutionary stability, commitment, credibility, asymmetric information, adverse selection, and signaling are discussed and applied to games played in class and to examples drawn from economics, politics, the movies, and elsewhere. Course Structure This Yale College course, taught on campus twice per week for 75 minutes, was recorded for Open Y ...
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This student-run podcast provides students at Yale Divinity School with another platform to hone their homiletical skills and share their exegetical insights. It is named in honor of Acts 2:15, which states that the disciples, impassioned by their Pentecostal awakening are “not drunk, as you suppose, for it is only nine o’clock in the morning.” It may only be nine in the morning, but we are on fire for God. This podcast is entirely student run and does not reflect the views or decisions of Y ...
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The Yale Law Journal Podcast makes legal scholarship accessible to a broad audience. Each episode, we interview an author of a forthcoming or recently published piece in the Yale Law Journal about their work. The views of the hosts and guests on this podcast are their own, and do not represent the views or opinions of their employers or of Yale Law Journal, Yale Law School, or Yale University. The mention of or reference to any product or service by a host or guest does not constitute an end ...
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Yale Program in the History of the Book

A podcast from the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

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The Yale Program in the History of the Book brings together scholars across disciplines to explore the materiality of the written word over time and across cultures. A collaboration between Yale’s Department of English and Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, it offers seminar meetings for the Yale community and a series of public lectures by speakers across the field of book history. We also host a symposium each fall.
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Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence co-founder Dr. Robin Stern discusses the role of spirituality and religion in understanding and managing emotions, the danger of suppressing emotions like anger, and her groundbreaking work on gaslighting. For more information and a transcript of this conversation, please see: https://divinity.yale.edu/news/em…
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Brandon Nappi and Ned Parker discuss gardening, the lectionary, and the impact of little things in reference to Mark 4:26-34. The text is appointed for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Brandon …
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On June 3,2024, Jürgen Moltmann died. He was one of the greatest theologians of our time. He was 98 years old. In this episode, Miroslav Volf eulogizes and remembers his mentor and friend. We then share a previously released conversation between Miroslav Volf and Jürgen Moltmann. This episode first aired in April 2021—and it includes Moltmann’s con…
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Feeling lonely in a world more connected than ever? You’re not alone. On this episode of YJBM, join our host, Shankeri Vijayakumar, as she chats with our guest Blake Waranch about how loneliness is affecting our lives today. Whether you’re feeling a bit isolated or just want to understand more about why loneliness is such a big deal right now, this…
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In the final Pod and Man at Yale episode of the academic year, Tori Cook ’26 and Claire Barragan-Bates ’25 talk about the Yale Women’s Center and how it has failed to support Yale women in favor of Marxist causes: Barragan-Bates: “It wasn’t just about furthering women in their career prospects. They were in fact against that which is why they didn’…
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Kyama Mugambi and John Pittard discuss blasphemy, forgiveness, and Satan in Mark 3:20-35. The text is appointed for the Third Sunday after Pentecost, in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Kyama Mugambi is Assistant Professor of Worl…
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Teresa Morgan and Molly Zahn discuss law, Judaism, and how Jesus engages these topics in Mark 2:23–3:6. The text is appointed for the Second Sunday after Pentecost, in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Teresa Morgan is McDonald Aga…
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Welcome to the last episode of YJBM Science News for the school year of 2023-2024! We are so thankful to all our listeners who were here for our journey. We will continue releasing our other podcast project over the summer, and in the meantime – stay tuned for next year’s Yale Science News, starting in August of 2024! Links: https://www.nature.com/…
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Linn Tonstad and Yii-Jan Lin discuss secrets, stupidity, revelation, and belief in John 3:1-17. The text is appointed for Trinity Sunday, the First Sunday after Pentecost, in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Linn Tonstad is Associ…
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Although women around the world have joined the labor market in rising numbers over the past several decades, the percentage of women in the labor force in India has declined, even while their education levels have risen and the country has experienced rapid economic growth. In this episode of Voices in Development, Farzana Afridi, a professor of E…
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In this episode, Yale faculty members Edward Kaplan, Evan Morris, and Roya Hakakian discuss how Israel is treated on campus, the hypocrisy of academic boycotts of Israel, and their recent trip to the country. Roya Hakakian: “That doesn’t just reveal the hypocrisy of boycotts but also the impossibility of separating human beings and human inventions…
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Adrián Hernández-Acosta and Willie James Jennings discuss colonial wounds, prophecy, resurrection, and exile in Ezekiel 37:1-14. The text is appointed for the Day of Pentecost in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Adrián Hernández-A…
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How do you find hope when you can only see yourself and your future in light of your past mistakes? When you’re certain that everyone on the outside looking in is doing the same, punishing you, immobilizing you, invisibilizing you…? Seems the only way out of that spiral is the “God Who Sees.” Practical theologian Sarah Farmer joins Evan Rosa to dis…
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Welcome to this week’s episode of YJBM Science News, where we discuss the recent news in healthcare and science across the Yale community. Today, our hosts Mara and Samantha will share some of the most intriguing topics of the past two weeks.Links:https://www.pnas.org/doi/10.1073/pnas.2319566121https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/aeri.202303…
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Bruce Gordon and Felicity Harley-McGowan discuss warning, delight, and the rhythms of life in Psalm 1. The text is appointed for the Seventh Sunday of Easter in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Bruce Gordon is Titus Street Profess…
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Protests dominate the news. And while we’re familiar with freedom of speech, free exercise of religion, and freedom of the press—what about the freedom of assembly? The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution—also contains “the right of the people peaceably to assemble.” But what exactly does that secure? How does this foundational, but often forg…
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Erika Helgen and Chloë Starr discuss self-sacrifice in history, obedience in love, and the demands of true friendship in John 15:9-17. The text is appointed for the Sixth Sunday of Easter, in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Erika…
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Molly Zahn and Teresa Morgan discuss interpretation, disenfranchisement, and magic in Acts 8:26-40. The text is appointed for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Teresa Morgan is McDonald Agape Professo…
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In one of his first interviews since stepping down as the inaugural Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, Secretary John Kerry joins Yale President Peter Salovey for an Earth Day conversation about his environmental leadership and how to build political will for climate action.Yale Talk: Conversations with President Peter Salovey által
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What does it mean to love and care for someone who has a different way of experiencing the world? How can we understand the way emotions may be expressed to us differently than they were before in a relationship? In this episode, our host Shivani has a conversation with researcher, professor, and artist Dr. Joan Monin. Dr. Monin shares her interest…
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What does it mean to love and care for someone who has a different way of experiencing the world? How can we understand the way emotions may be expressed to us differently than they were before in a relationship? In this episode, our host Shivani has a conversation with researcher, professor, and artist Dr. Joan Monin. Dr. Monin shares her interest…
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In the newest episode of Pod and Man at Yale, Isaac Oberman ’26 and freshman Jacob Tyler ’27 talk about the cultural disconnect between not only their home towns in the Midwest and the Yale culture dominated by the coasts, but also between Yale and the rest of the country. Tyler: “They don’t believe me when I say that inflation is bad right now and…
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YDS Professor Emeritus John Collins, author of the book “The Apocalyptic Imagination,” discusses what the Bible really says about the end of the world; what caused the rise of apocalyptic literature; and how some Christians err in their understanding of end times. For more information and a transcript of this episode, please visit: https://divinity…
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"Having lost a sense of the sacred, the only thing we want is acquisitiveness—more of everything. How can we break this vicious cycle of avarice? It seems to me that the only way we can possibly reign this in on ourselves is some retrieval of the sense of the sacred, something beyond ourselves. And I think that relearning humility—realizing that a …
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John Pittard and Kyama Mugambi discuss commandments, faith, and risk in 1 John 3:16-24. The text is appointed for the Fourth Sunday of Easter, in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Kyama Mugambi is Assistant Professor of World Chris…
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​Much of the research on economic development in low- and middle-income countries, particularly in Africa, is led by researchers who are outsiders to the regions they study. While this outsider perspective can help them see elements of the social or economic structure less visible to those who are deeply embedded in local institutions, partnerships…
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On the newest episode of Pod and Man at Yale, our student panel examines how Yale, and higher education more generally, is failing to fulfill their expected role in society Aron Ravin ’24: “I think Yale should be making people into better people, like in the value sense, but it’s not — and I think that disappoints me.” Owen Tilman ’26: “...These in…
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Flannery O’Connor is known for her short stories in which “A Good Man Is Hard to Find.” But it’s often those ugly, mean, disgusting, scandalizing, violent, weird, or downright hateful characters in Flannery O’Connor stories that become the vessels of grace delivered. So, how should we read Flannery O’Connor? Jessica Hooten Wilson (Pepperdine Univer…
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Welcome to this week’s episode of YJBM Science News, where we discuss the recent news in healthcare and science across the Yale community. Today, our hosts Mara and Samantha will share some of the most intriguing topics of the past week. Links:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccell.2024.03.002https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10826-024-02809-y…
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Welcome to this week’s episode of YJBM Science News, where we discuss the recent news in healthcare and science across the Yale community. Today, our hosts Mara and Samantha will share some of the most intriguing topics of the past week. Links: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccell.2024.03.002 https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10826-024-02809-y…
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Climate change is not only measured in catastrophic events – it has a gradual impact on the individual health of people all around the world. In this episode of the YJBM podcast, Shivani interviews Dr. Kai Chen, an environmental epidemiologist, researcher, and Professor at the Yale School of Public Health. In this interview, Dr. Chen discusses his …
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Willie Jennings and Adrián Hernández-Acosta discuss wounds, tactility, and boiled fish in Luke 24:36b-48. The text is appointed for the Third Sunday of Easter, in Year B of the Revised Common Lectionary. More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcast Adrián Hernández-Acosta is Assista…
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