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Les balados du CIRCEM visent à promouvoir la recherche interdisciplinaire sur la citoyenneté démocratique et les groupes minoritaires et minorisés, à partir de la tradition intellectuelle du monde francophone.
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34 Circe Salon -- The Parallax

34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Sean Marlon Newcombe

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Parallax -- noun. (ˈpɛrəˌlæks) The apparent displacement of an object as seen from two different points that are not on a line with the object. A podcast that is an exploration from the ancient world to the cosmic future. Different points of view than what are normally heard. New visions.
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The CiRCE Institute Podcast Network is made up of three regular shows: Dwell features conversations about motherhood, home education, homemaking, and more. Proverbial features author and educator Joshua Gibbs exploring proverbs from the ages. The Play’s The Thing is the ultimate resource for Shakespeare lovers hosted by actor, playwright, and educator Tim McIntosh. Plus we produce various seasonal shows like The Weight of Fatherhood with Brian Phillips, Ask Andrew with CIRCE President Andrew ...
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Join Lauren Torres and Dawn "Sam' Alden as they welcome author Molly Remer and discuss (and praise) the Goddess Persephone. Goddess of spring and Queen of the Underworld, the myths of Persephone are familiar in the Western World. In this episode, as always, we examine this goddess using a matriarchal rather than patriarchal lens. We also view Perse…
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Taking care of new mothers by restoring their health through rest, bodywork, and nourishing foods can be found in every society, most in the not so distant past. Why then does it become all about the new baby that has arrived? Why don't we think of offering care and support to the parents? New mothers are born into a new role and ceremonies like Cl…
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Join Dawn "Sam" Alden and Kimberly Rockwell as they discuss the female revenge film Peppermint (2018). Starring Jennifer Garner, Peppermint tells the story of woman whose happy life is destroyed when a drug cartel kills her husband and daughter. The event turns her into a vigilante and she will not be satisfied until she has her revenge. Our hosts …
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We're back with the long-awaited follow-up discussion to our foundational episode on Amazons and Matriarchy. In Part I, we discussed the movements of the Old Europe matriarchies in the third millennium B.C., as well as Vicki's concept of the "Double-Goddess," its significance for matriarchy and it's connection with the Amazons. In this episode we p…
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Has it been four years already? Why, yes, it has! Join us as we celebrate our fourth anniversary and take a trip down memory lane. Favorite episodes and stories from Dawn, Sean, Laruen and Kimberly... and a VERY BIG thanks to all of our listeners!De către 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media
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They are the daring action women that we all adore, but what is it really like to be a stuntwoman? Join us for a really fun discussion with four Hollywood stuntwomen: Katie Rowe is the head of the Hollywood Stuntwomen's Association and an amazing stuntwoman of more than two decades. Angela Meryl is also legendary stuntwoman who has doubled such lum…
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In preparation for our upcoming part 2 episode, we bring you the uncut version of part 1 of Vicki Noble's discussion of the matriarchal origins of the women called "Amazons." This was the first episode that we recorded for our "Make Matriarchy Great Again" podcast and you can tell as we're still introducing ourselves to all of you. :-) Here we go..…
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Join us for the first episode in our Founding Mother Series! Viola Spolin developed a complete system of education which she called Theater Games and her methods are the roots of contemporary improv. While the power of Viola's system is widely recognized in the theater education community, her fundamental contribution to improvisation is just begin…
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We welcome back Professor Walter Penrose, specialist in gender and sexuality in the Ancient World, to discuss everyone's favorite Amazon: Wonder Woman! Fans had demanded a Wonder Woman movie for decades, so when the movie reached theaters in 2017, the reactions were huge. With Professor Penrose, Dawn and Sean look back on that moment, as well as th…
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As a huge of of post-apocalyptic shows and King Arthur mythology, I am delighted to introduce to this great new show . . . Camlann. Camlann is a post-apocalyptic urban fantasy podcast inspired by folklore and Arthurian legends. It's written and directed by Ella Watts (Doctor Who: Redacted, Eliza: A Robot Story), and produced by Amber Devereux at Ti…
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Descriptif : Cet épisode des balados du CIRCEM de la Série de conférences Mauril Bélanger est le dernier de quatre balados consacrés à l’immigration francophone. Luisa Veronis et Janaína Nazzari Gomes parlent de l’influence du paysage linguistique sur l’expérience d’établissement des immigrants francophones qui s’installent dans des régions où l’an…
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Descriptif : Cet épisode des balados du CIRCEM de la Série de conférences Mauril Bélanger est le troisième de quatre balados consacrés à l’immigration francophone. Dans le contexte de débats liés à la présence d’un nombre croissant d’étudiants internationaux au Canada, Luisa Veronis et Janaína Nazzari Gomes s’intéressent plus spécifiquement à la qu…
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It's no secret that Artemis is beloved at the 34 Circe Salon Make Matriarchy Great Again podcast, so this episode is a match made in heaven for us.... because it's all about Artemis! Our guest is Dr. Carla Ionescu who is one of the leading experts in the worship and ritual of Artemis. In the summers she scavenges new locations and cities world wide…
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Descriptif : Cet épisode des balados du CIRCEM de la Série de conférences Mauril Bélanger est le second de quatre balados consacrés à l’immigration francophone. Luisa Veronis et Janaína Nazzari Gomes, chercheures en immigration, francophones et immigrantes, y entreprennent une réflexion sur la question de l'accueil et de l'intégration des immigrant…
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Descriptif : Cet épisode des balados du CIRCEM de la Série de conférences Mauril Bélanger est le premier de quatre balados consacrés à l’immigration francophone présentés par Luisa Veronis, professeure de Géographie et titulaire de la chaire de recherche sur l’immigration et les communautés franco-ontariennes à l’Université d’Ottawa, et Janaína Naz…
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It is our pleasure, once again, to present a fascinating conversation with Max Dashu! Max Dashu has championed the various lost histories of women and championed female-centric civilizations for decades. Max Dashu founded the Suppressed Histories Archives in January of 1970 to research and document women's history on a global scale. In today's epis…
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Join new Make Matriarchy Great Again host Lauren Torres as she talks with Lucy Pearce, the founder of Womancraft Publishing. Lucy is a multi-faceted creative whose work spans the expressive arts, exploring the lost archetypes of the feminine and symbols of the soul. She is the author of multiple life-changing non-fiction books, including Nautilus A…
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Dans ce balado, Alexandre Baril discute de ce qu'il appelle le suicidisme, une oppression qui reproduit la violence et cause des décès supplémentaires parmi les personnes suicidaires par le biais de formes de criminalisation, d'incarcération, de discrimination, de stigmatisation et de pathologisation. Cela est particulièrement vrai pour les groupes…
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As with so many women in Greek mythology, Medea has seen her nature, persona and story changed pejoratively with every retelling by the men who spoke her name. In today's episode, we chat with guest Miriam Robbins Dexter and our regular host and founding member of the podcast, Vicki Noble, about the origin of Medea and the true nature of her story.…
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Dans cet épisode des balados du CIRCEM de la Série de conférences Mauril Bélanger, Stéphanie Gaudet discute avec William-Jacomo Beauchemin et Ducakis Désinat de l’organisation Exeko, un des partenaires du projet de recherche dont traite le livre « Faire l’expérience de la démocratie : Les tiers-lieux de l’éducation à la citoyenneté des jeunes au Qu…
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The founder of the Academy Hagia and one of the strongest voices in the Modern Matriarchal Studies movement, Heide Göttner-Abendroth has written books and articles and given amazing talks on historical and extant matriarchy around the globe. It is her definition of what makes a matriarchy that we use on our podcast. We are SO thrilled to be able to…
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Time for a shout-out to two great Amazon warriors, Penthesilea and Hippolyta. Join old-school hosts, Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden, as they welcome one of our new hosts, Lauren Torres, to discuss these fabulous warrior women. It's good to be back!De către 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Sean Marlon Newcombe, Dawn "Sam" Alden, Lauren Torres
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Résumé : Dans cet épisode des balados du CIRCEM de la Série de conférences Mauril Bélanger, Sophie Théwissen-LeBlanc discute avec Stéphanie Gaudet et Caroline Caron du livre qu’elles ont co-dirigé, « Faire l’expérience de la démocratie : Les tiers lieux de l’éducation à la citoyenneté des jeunes au Québec », publié aux Presses de l’Université d’Ott…
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Résumé : Dans cet épisode des balados du CIRCEM de la Série de conférences Mauril Bélanger, Stéphanie Gaudet discute avec Caroline Caron du livre qu’elles ont co-dirigé, « Faire l’expérience de la démocratie : Les tiers lieux de l’éducation à la citoyenneté des jeunes au Québec », publié aux Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa. Caroline Caron explique…
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Résumé : Dans cet épisode des balados du CIRCEM de la Série de conférences Mauril Bélanger, Caroline Caron discute avec Stéphanie Gaudet du livre qu’elles ont co-dirigé, « Faire l’expérience de la démocratie : Les tiers lieux de l’éducation à la citoyenneté des jeunes au Québec », publié aux Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa. Stéphanie Gaudet présen…
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Dans cet épisode, Stéphanie Gaudet s’entretient avec Dahlia Namian, professeure à l’École de service social de l’Université d’Ottawa et co-directrice de l'axe de recherche Enjeux biopolitiques et groupes minorisés au CIRCEM. Elles discutent du livre « La société de provocation. Essai sur l’obscénité des riches » paru chez Lux éditeur en 2023. Dahli…
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The Trojan Horse. One of the most iconic figures, images and stories in the history of the world. It is neither in The Iliad nor The Odyssey that we learn its story. We learn it in Book II of The Aeneid. Join Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dr. Gary Stickel as they take us on a journey through one of the greatest tales the world has ever known.…
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Greer “G.R.” Macallister is an author of historical fiction and science fantasy. Under her full name, "Greer MacAllister," she has written the historical fiction novels The Magician’s Lie, Girl In Disguise, Woman 99 and Arctic Fury. Her historical novels put a spotlight on the lives of women whose stories have not fully been told. With her new “Fiv…
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This one was definitely worth an encore: Join us as we take a fun dive into the history of the British suffrage movement and the untold story of the women who became martial arts experts and protectors of the movement. Tony Wolf, author of the graphic novel "Suffrajitsu: Mrs. Pankhurst's Amazons," talks to us about his novel and the marvelous and c…
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Is there a secret number system hidden in The Iliad and The Odyssey? Did Homer convey secret ancient mystery teachings in his great epics? Join this encore presentation as Dr. Gary Stickel regales us with his theory of "Code 12" the secret number system hidden in Homer's works. This concept is key to a lot of our discussions of classical works. Sea…
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According to Marija Gimbutas, "During the sixth millennium B.C., the Old Europeans developed a writing system; like many other Old European achievements, writing grew out of religious symbols and signs." How did this writing system work and what was its function? And why has its primacy and importance been overlooked by scholars? Join us as we disc…
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And so we begin the greatest epic of the greatest empire the world has ever known. Virgil's Aeneid, the epic tale of the founding of the Roman Empire. The Aeneid tells the story of Aeneas, a Trojan hero who escaped the fall of Troy and traveled to Italy, where he became the ancestor of the Romans. The poem consists of twelve books and covers Aeneas…
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In this podcast takeover, we're delighted to turn over the reins to the Subject To Power Podcast. Hosted by Elle Kamihira, Subject To Power focuses on how women of the world ended up subjugated and exploited, and on what universal male domination has done to humanity and to our planet. In this episode, "The Oldest Trauma," Elle talks with trauma sp…
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Still haunting millennia later, Sophocles' "Ajax" is one of the extraordinary works of world Drama. Join us as we discuss the tragic story of a the Trojan War hero Ajax and the psychological rupture that the bloodshed caused him. Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dr. Gary Stickel discuss.De către 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Sean Marlon Newcombe
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In a classic recording, Vicki Noble joins Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden to discuss the matriarchal roots of Western Civilization. "Old Europe" is the term given to a set of advanced cultures that lasted for thousands of years west of the Black Sea. The topic so controversial, mainstream scholarship often refuses to address it. Vicki's k…
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One of the great works of world drama, Euripides "The Bacchae" has mesmerized audiences for over 2000 years. In the play, the god Dionysus returns to Thebes, his mortal mother’s city, to introduce his cult and punish his relatives who have denied his divinity as the son of Zeus. What is the play really about and why is it still relevant today? Join…
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Join us as we discuss the fascinating story of the Tarim Basin mummies with Miriam Robbins Dexter. The Tarim Basin mummies are naturally mummified human remains that were discovered in China's Tarim Basin dating from around 2,000 BC to AD 200. Their origins have attracted international attention over their “Western” physical appearance. Where did t…
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Join us as we discuss the role of women in Hawaiian martial arts and traditional combat with stuntwoman and martial artists Michelle Manu. Ms. Manu is a native of Hawaii and is a stuntwoman and a teacher of the Hawaiian martial art called "Lua." Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dawn "Sam" Alden co-host.De către 34 Circe Salon, 34 Circe Media, Sean Marlon Newcombe, Dawn "Sam" Alden
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"Warriors, come out and play!" So goes the iconic line from this legendary violent retelling of an Ancient Greek tale. Based on "The Anabasis" by Xenophon which tells the story of a band of Greek mercenaries trying to make their way home through enemy territories, "The Warriors" (1979) transposes this tale to the tough worlds of New York City in th…
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The second part of our talk with Joan Marler about her mentor Marija Gimbutas. Joan is the Founder and Executive Director of the Institute of Archaeomythology. She is the editor of The Civilization of the Goddess (1991) by Marija Gimbutas and From the Realm of the Ancestors: An Anthology in Honor of Marija Gimbutas (1997). Joan lectures internation…
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A reboot of the 1947 film "Down To Earth" and starring the incandescent Olivia Newton-John and the inimitable Gene Kelly, "Xanadu" (1980) seemed destined to be a hit. Instead, it's renown as one of the great flops in Hollywood history. But was this story of a Greek Muse come to earth really as bad as all that? Join Sean Marlon Newcombe and Dr. Gary…
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Featuring a goddess of the silver screen, 1947's "Down To Earth" tells the story of a goddess who comes down to earth to act as a muse for a struggling playwright. Cinema deity Rita Hayworth stars as Terpsichore, one of the Nine Muses of Greek mythology and she decides to come down from the heavens to instruct a young writer/director on how to prop…
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