Margaret Moore Director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy and DiversityProfessor, Department of Political Studies and Department of Philosophy The People, the Land, and the Government Host: Barry Kaplan Synopsis: Dr. Margaret Moore is the Director of the Centre for the Study of Democracy and Diversity at Queen’s University, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and a professor in the department of Political Studies with a cross-appointment in Philosophy where she teaches in the Master’s in Political and Legal Theory program. Her research focuses on justice, nationalism, and the territorial rights of peoples and states. She is the author of A Political Theory of Territory, which won the Canadian Philosophical Association’s biannual book prize for 2017, and most recently Who Should Own Natural Resources?. She is also a recipient of the 2019 Prize for Excellence in Research, Queen’s signature internal research honour. In this episode, Dr. Moore discusses A Political Theory of Territory and its examination of the geographical domain of the state and the rights associated with territorial jurisdiction. In her book, she puts three things into relationship: the people, the land, and the government to understand the moral significance associated with plans and attachments of place. Dr. Moore also explains how Continue Reading
Originally broadcasted on Friday, October 11th, from 4-6pm ET on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – In the first hour, from September 3rd reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly open mic series, you’ll hear remaining unaired readings by Kait Allen, Gwen Whitford, Sasha Hill, Cory Tokay, Anne Graham, Bob MacKenzie, Sarah Emtage, Alyssa Cooper, Lyle Merriam, Eric Folsom, and me. Following that, with the move into the September 21st ‘100 Thousand Poets for Change – Kingston’ event, you’ll hear readings by Bethmarie Michalska, and Gwen Whitford. In the second hour from again the September 21st 100TPC – Kingston event, you’ll hear the remainder of the first set of afternoon readings with readings by Jerri Jerreat, Bob MacKenzie, Meg Freer, and Kingston Poet Laureate Jason Heroux.
Join us for a special Homecoming Week episode of Campus Beat with Rignam Wangkhang (ArtSci ’13), Talent Development Lead with CBC. He was on campus on October 8th speaking at the Queen’s Student Alumni Association (QSAA) Backpack to Briefcase: Telling Your Story event. He sheds light on the talk he did for student to teach them how to talk about their Queen’s experience in an employable way.
The much asked for Vampire episode is here! Taylor walks us through the wide and wonderful world of Vampires in film, some of the history, her favourite films, a Nick Cage moment and puts Mike to work casting historic Vampire characters and of course a remake of Twilight!
Will the Magic Mushrooms get high with the follow up to “It’s a Happening?” Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: The Follow-Ups! LOOK IN MY EYES, THE MAGIC MUSHROOMS GET YOUR BABY THE PREMEIRS HELLO ITS ME THE NAZZ ME ABOUT YOU THE MOJO MEN NUT ROCKER BUMBLE BEE AND THE STINGERS RAGS TO RICHES SUNNY AND THE SUNGLOWS PRINCE OF PEACE JIM LOWE GET ME TO THE WORLD ON TIME ELECTRIC PRUNES OUT IN THE SUN, THE STRANGELOVES ONE TRACK LOVE, THE KNICKERBOCKERS
Assistant Dean Corinna Fitzgerald, Student Life and Learning joins us in studio. She sheds much light on an exciting new Queen’s University initiative, The Promise Scholars Program. Learn more about opportunities for first-generation students from the Kingston area at Queen’s to take advantage of a fully-funded university experience!
Mike and Taylor review The Joker (2019) directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaquin Phoenix.
Will the Blackbyrds follow up “Walking in Rhythm”? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: the Follow-Ups! FLYING HIGH THE BLACKBIRDS SOUR AND SWEET, DR BUZZARDS ORIGINAL SAVANNAH BAND YOU GOT IT TAKE IT MAIN INGREDIANT LETS PRETEND THE MOMENTS I CANT LEAVE YOU ALONE GEORGE MCCREA HAVE YOU HAD ANY LATELY SYLVIA IF I DIDNT CARE THE MOMENTS
We’re launching our second season of Popular Podagogy with Steven Gottlieb, Director of the Boundless School, self-professed teen whisperer, and the keynote at the Queen’s University Faculty of Education’s upcoming Knowledge Forum Conference. Gottlieb shares his approach to teaching, his experiences working at the Boundless School, and how a Seinfeld episode illustrates part of his approach to teaching. Music by Jazzy French & CreativeMinds – Bensound.com
Airing originally on Friday, October 4th, from 4-6pm EDT on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – in this podcast you’ll hear In the first hour, from a September 11th event at Novel Idea bookstore, you’ll hear Kristin Andrychuk reading from and launching her latest book, “Mother’s Genius”. Following that, from the September 3rd reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly open mic series, you’ll hear readings by Gwen Whitford, Sasha Hill, Jill Glatt, Roger Dorey, Cory Tokay, Devin GA, Anne Graham, Bob MacKenzie, Sarah Emtage, and Alyssa Cooper. In the second hour from again the September 3rd reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly open mic series, you’ll hear readings by Lyle Merriam, Tia Lunn, Gwen Whitford, Sasha Hill, Jill Glatt, Roger Dorey, Cory Tokay, Devin GA, Anne Graham, Bob MacKenzie, Sarah Emtage, Alyssa Cooper, and me.