This episode features a conversation Dave Cunningham had with the President & CEO of St. Lawrence College, Glenn Vollebregt. Music in this episode: “Windy & Warm / Tommy Emmanuel / LP – “A Tribute to John D. Loudermilk”
Julia Krolik, co-founder and CEO of Art the Science joins us in studio. She talks to us about this innovative project, the pilot residency program, and the upcoming Between the Sand: Art the Science Residency Showcase digital exhibition presented by residents Dr. Kevin Mumford (Queen’s Department of Chemical Engineering) and artist/creative coder, Owen Fernley on Feb. 27th at Modern Fuel in Kingston.
Mike and Taylor review the movie Cold War as they check the final films off their list before the 91st Academy Awards. They give their final thoughts heading into the Oscars this weekend AND run through some recent film news including the end of Ben Affleck as Batman…Bye Bye Batfleck, we’re going to miss you so!
Kaj Sullivan, PhD in Geological Sciences, supervised by Drs Daniel Layton-Matthews and Matthew Leybourne.
Topic: Postprandial zinc isotopic effect in human serum. Overview: My research will help ensure the best representative sample is taken in future studies investigating the potential of zinc isotopes as biological markers of disease like breast cancer and Alzheimer’s.
Will the sun shine again on A-Ha? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: The Follow-Ups!THE SUN ALWAYS SHINES ON TV, AHASLOW DANCIN DONT TURN ME ON, ADRISSI BROTHERSSPRINGTIME MAMA, HENRY GROSSJUST LET IT COME, ALIVE AND KICKINLEAVE ME, MORRIS ALPERTTARGIO ROAD, BREWER AND SHIPLEY
First hour featuring, from a November 9th event hosted by Carolyn Smart with Creative Writing at Queen’s, you’ll hear ‘Dreamweavers’ – a panel discussion about writing featuring: Catherine Hernandez, Canisia Lubrin, Casey Plett, and Kai Cheng Thom. The discussion will carry into the 2nd hour as well. In the second hour you’ll hear the remainder of the ‘Dreamweavers’ discussion. Following that, from the December 4th open mic reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly series, you’ll hear readings by Eric Folsom, Kin Man, and Bruce Kauffman.
No fewer than 27 versions of the Beatles’ “Yesterday,” as Matt, without Marisa to act as the voice of reason on the show, goes a bit bonkers. From the Bach-infused classical of John Bayless to the aggressive Indian metal of Nicotine, to the stone cold Marvin Gaye classic, this is “Yesterday” as you’ve never heard it before… over two dozen times. Strap in! Songs: WAFFLESTerday! :: Matt Shepherd Yesterday :: Canadian Brass Yesterday :: John Bayless Yesterday :: Vince Guaraldi Yesterday :: Oscar Peterson Yesterday :: David “Fathead” Newman Yesterday :: Christian Sands Yesterday :: Pearl Sisters Yesterday :: Hozan Yamamoto Yesterday :: Electric Samurai (Tomita) Yesterday :: Willie Nelson Yesterday :: Ray Charles Yesterday :: Chris Farlowe El Ayer :: Los Dayson El Ayer :: La Lupe El Ayer :: Sandpipers Yesterday :: Boyz II Men Yesterday :: Walk Off The Earth Yesterday :: Bugs Bunny & Friends Rak Etmol :: Yafa Yarkoni & Arik Einstein I Believe in Yesterday :: Tyrone Taylor Yesterday :: Ras Attitude & the Oneness Yesterday :: Didier Super et sa Discomobile Yesterday :: Nicotine Yesterday :: Phillippine Violators Yesterday :: Marianne Faithfull Yesterday :: Marvin Gaye Je Croyais :: Ferdinand Robidoux Taken by Continue Reading
This time round, a conversation with Hugh Mackenzie, passionate about promoting Kingston to the world! In this episode: “River” / Joni Mitchell / LP “Blue”
This episode features an interview with Dr. Colin Farrelly, who is Professor and Queen’s National Scholar in the Department of Political Studies. In addition to spending the last 10 years of his 20 year career here at Queen’s, he has also held academic appointments at UCLA, Oxford University, Waterloo University, Birmingham University and the University of Waterloo. In the fall of 2018 he was the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in the Social Sciences at the University of Manoa in Hawaii. The author and editor of 6 books and approximately 50 journal articles, Colin has published articles in political science, philosophy, law, science and medicine. His two most recent book publications are Biologically Modified Justice, published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. And Genetic Ethics: An Introduction published by Polity Books in 2018. Colin is also involved in volunteer initiatives to teach political philosophy and ethics to inmates in prison and children in elementary school.
Recorded: November 16 2018 Speakers: Laura Murray (Professor, Department of English and Cultural Studies Interdisciplinary Graduate Program and scholar on the History of colonialism, oral history, critical heritage, pedagogy) and Andra McCartney (Professor Emerita, Concordia University, Centre for Sensory Studies and scholar on Acoustics, soundwalks, culture, communication). A conversation between Laura Murray and Andra McCartney primarily about sound and how it can be used to generate and challenge knowledge-making practice in diverse spaces. Sponsored by the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Queen’s University Library. Series Credits Series Coordinator: Dr. Laura Jean Cameron, Department of Geography and PlanningAssistant Coordinator: Claudia Hirtenfelder, PhD candidate, Department of Geography and PlanningPodcast recording and editing: Dr. Matt Rogalsky, DAN School of Drama and Music Thank you to the FAS and Queen’s Library for supporting the podcast series with special thanks to Barbara Crow, Martha Whitehead, Lindsey Fair, Jacquie Jameson, Heather McMullen, Jennifer Amos, Nancy Petri, Kate Clarke, and Jill PhillipsPhotographs: Katherine Kopiak and Matt RogalskyMusic: Marjan MozetichPodcast Assistance: Dinah Jansen, Matt Shepherd, Lyn Chen