XR Indigenous Language & Culture Ep 2: Extending Reality with Native Spaces

On this program, we're joined by MoniGarr, the founder of MoniGarr.com, a small tech company based in the Akwesasne Indian Reservation. MoniGarr develops XR — aka extended reality — solutions and custom software, with a focus on indigenous language revival, futurism and culture. MoniGarr.com MohawkLanguage.ca MoniGarr on Vimeo MoniGarr on LinkedIn

XR Indigenous Language & Culture Ep 2: Extending Reality with Native Spaces

XR Indigenous Language & Culture Ep 1: There's No Shame In Being an A.I.

On this program, we're joined by MoniGarr, the founder of MoniGarr.com, a small tech company based in the Akwesasne Indian Reservation. MoniGarr develops XR — aka extended reality — solutions and custom software, with a focus on indigenous language revival, futurism and culture. MoniGarr.com MohawkLanguage.ca MoniGarr on Vimeo MoniGarr on LinkedIn

XR Indigenous Language & Culture Ep 1: There's No Shame In Being an A.I.

Remote Religion Ep 4: Creating Safe Social Spaces

On this program, we're joined by Rabbi Harry Rosenfeld, the rabbi at Congregation Albert in Albuquerque and the Reverend Bob LaVallee, a minister at the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, two religious communities that have moved completely online during the pandemic.

Remote Religion Ep 3: Celebration and Song

On this program, we're joined by Rabbi Harry Rosenfeld, the rabbi at Congregation Albert in Albuquerque and the Reverend Bob LaVallee, a minister at the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, two religious communities that have moved completely online during the pandemic.

Remote Religion Ep 2: Virtual Lifecycle Events

On this program, we're joined by Rabbi Harry Rosenfeld, the rabbi at Congregation Albert in Albuquerque and the Reverend Bob LaVallee, a minister at the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, two religious communities that have moved completely online during the pandemic.

Remote Religion Ep 1: Intimate and Sacred Online Spaces

On this program, we're joined by Rabbi Harry Rosenfeld, the rabbi at Congregation Albert in Albuquerque and the Reverend Bob LaVallee, a minister at the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque, two religious communities that have moved completely online during the pandemic.

Culture Connects Toolkit Ep 4: Trauma, Trust and Transparency

On this month's podcast, we're joined by Chris Jonas, co-founder and Executive Director at Littleglobe, as well as Katy Gross, Littleglobe's Deputy Director and Education Director. Littleglobe's mission is to create collaborative art, encourage community capacity, and foster life-affirming connections across the boundaries that divide us. We'll be talking about their new Culture Connects Toolkit, a flexible and ethical approach to digital storytelling based on years of community engagement. New

Culture Connects Toolkit Ep 3: Redesigning the Paradigm

On this month's podcast, we're joined by Chris Jonas, co-founder and Executive Director at Littleglobe, as well as Katy Gross, Littleglobe's Deputy Director and Education Director. Littleglobe's mission is to create collaborative art, encourage community capacity, and foster life-affirming connections across the boundaries that divide us. We'll be talking about their new Culture Connects Toolkit, a flexible and ethical approach to digital storytelling based on years of community engagement. New

Culture Connects Toolkit Ep 2: Media, Ethics & Wellness

On this month's podcast, we're joined by Chris Jonas, co-founder and Executive Director at Littleglobe, as well as Katy Gross, Littleglobe's Deputy Director and Education Director. Littleglobe's mission is to create collaborative art, encourage community capacity, and foster life-affirming connections across the boundaries that divide us. We'll be talking about their new Culture Connects Toolkit, a flexible and ethical approach to digital storytelling based on years of community engagement. New

Culture Connects Toolkit Ep 1: Storytelling to Move Hearts

On this month's podcast, we're joined by Chris Jonas, co-founder and Executive Director at Littleglobe, as well as Katy Gross, Littleglobe's Deputy Director and Education Director. Littleglobe's mission is to create collaborative art, encourage community capacity, and foster life-affirming connections across the boundaries that divide us. We'll be talking about their new Culture Connects Toolkit, a flexible and ethical approach to digital storytelling based on years of community engagement. New

Advanced Humanities Institute Ep 4: No Math Required

Join philosopher David Kinney , an Omidyar Postdoctoral Fellow at The Santa Fe Institute, and SFI External Professor Simon DeDeo , a cognitive scientist at Carnegie Mellon University who along with Carrie Cowan, SFI's Director of Education, are leading a new effort called "Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics", which seeks to help new humanities scholars study culture through computational tools and complexity science. This free program, starting in 2021, consists of an

Advanced Humanities Institute Ep 3: Teaching Computers to Pay Attention

Join philosopher David Kinney , an Omidyar Postdoctoral Fellow at The Santa Fe Institute, and SFI External Professor Simon DeDeo , a cognitive scientist at Carnegie Mellon University who along with Carrie Cowan, SFI's Director of Education, are leading a new effort called "Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics", which seeks to help new humanities scholars study culture through computational tools and complexity science. This free program, starting in 2021, consists of an

Advanced Humanities Institute Ep 2: Irreducible Objects

Join philosopher David Kinney , an Omidyar Postdoctoral Fellow at The Santa Fe Institute, and SFI External Professor Simon DeDeo , a cognitive scientist at Carnegie Mellon University who along with Carrie Cowan, SFI's Director of Education, are leading a new effort called "Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics", which seeks to help new humanities scholars study culture through computational tools and complexity science. This free program, starting in 2021, consists of an

Advanced Humanities Institute Ep 1: Humanities on a Non-Human Scale

Join philosopher David Kinney , an Omidyar Postdoctoral Fellow at The Santa Fe Institute, and SFI External Professor Simon DeDeo , a cognitive scientist at Carnegie Mellon University who along with Carrie Cowan, SFI's Director of Education, are leading a new effort called "Foundations and Applications of Humanities Analytics", which seeks to help new humanities scholars study culture through computational tools and complexity science. This free program, starting in 2021, consists of an

NM Historic Sites' Holidays - 2020 Edition Ep 4: It Starts with Interpretation

On this program, we're joined by Patrick Moore and Timothy Roberts, the director and deputy director of New Mexico Historic Sites, a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. Patrick and Timothy will discuss how NM Historic Sites have been moving holiday celebrations to virtual formats this year, and how they are trying to offer a sense of connectedness and interpretation during 2020. NMhistoricsites.org Historic Sites on YouTube NM Historic Sites on Facebook

NM Historic Sites' Holidays - 2020 Edition Ep 4: It Starts with Interpretation

NM Historic Sites' Holidays - 2020 Edition Ep 3: Telling a Better Story

On this program, we're joined by Patrick Moore and Timothy Roberts, the director and deputy director of New Mexico Historic Sites, a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. Patrick and Timothy will discuss how NM Historic Sites have been moving holiday celebrations to virtual formats this year, and how they are trying to offer a sense of connectedness and interpretation during 2020. NMhistoricsites.org Historic Sites on YouTube NM Historic Sites on Facebook

NM Historic Sites' Holidays - 2020 Edition Ep 2: Sharing Our Favorite Traditions

On this program, we're joined by Patrick Moore and Timothy Roberts, the director and deputy director of New Mexico Historic Sites, a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. Patrick and Timothy will discuss how NM Historic Sites have been moving holiday celebrations to virtual formats this year, and how they are trying to offer a sense of connectedness and interpretation during 2020. NMhistoricsites.org Historic Sites on YouTube NM Historic Sites on Facebook

NM Historic Sites' Holidays - 2020 Edition Ep 2: Sharing Our Favorite Traditions

NM Historic Sites' Holidays - 2020 Edition Ep 1: Celebrating Together Remotely

On this program, we're joined by Patrick Moore and Timothy Roberts, the director and deputy director of New Mexico Historic Sites, a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. Patrick and Timothy will discuss how NM Historic Sites have been moving holiday celebrations to virtual formats this year, and how they are trying to offer a sense of connectedness and interpretation during 2020. NMhistoricsites.org Historic Sites on YouTube NM Historic Sites on Facebook

NM Historic Sites' Holidays - 2020 Edition Ep 1: Celebrating Together Remotely

Going Medieval with Twitterstorians Ep 4: Pith and Brevity

On this month's episodes, we're joined by Dr. Shannon McSheffrey, a medieval historian at Concordia University in Montreal. Professor McSheffrey's research interests center around law, mitigation, gender roles, civic culture, marriage, literacy, heresy, and popular religion in late medieval England. She has published a number of scholarly articles and five books. We're also joined by Dr. John Wyatt Greenlee, a medievalist and cartographic historian who recently completed his doctorate at Cornell

Going Medieval with Twitterstorians Ep 3: And There Was Great Rejoicing

On this month's episodes, we're joined by Dr. Shannon McSheffrey, a medieval historian at Concordia University in Montreal. Professor McSheffrey's research interests center around law, mitigation, gender roles, civic culture, marriage, literacy, heresy, and popular religion in late medieval England. She has published a number of scholarly articles and five books. We're also joined by Dr. John Wyatt Greenlee, a medievalist and cartographic historian who recently completed his doctorate at Cornell