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Religion in Context

Presented by the Harvard Divinity School (HDS), Religion in Context reminds readers that "religious literacy" involves going beyond generalizations to understand the ways each religion is "internally diverse, historically dynamic, and embedded in culture." At the link above, readers will find information on five world Religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. Additionally,...

https://rpl.hds.harvard.edu/religion-context
Samoan Scientist Podcast

The Samoan Scientist Podcast is all about breaking down misconceptions about scientists, fostering personal growth, and supporting listeners' scientific journeys. The host, Amy, is a scientist born in New Zealand of Samoan heritage and uses the platform to uplift other Indigenous scientists. In the trove of episodes released since the show's launch in 2019 listeners will hear from guests with a...

https://anchor.fm/amy768/episodes/Forever-Failing-ero5d7
Tudor Networks

Historians may enjoy this interactive project that tracks the Tudor government's communication network. Using materials from the United Kingdom's State Papers archive, the project provides unique insights on the period from Henry VIII's accession to Elizabeth I's death (covering 1509-1603). The thick black lines represent individuals, and the blue and red offshoots show letters sent and received....

http://tudornetworks.net
Ability Media

Launched at Quinnipiac University's School of Communications (Hamden, Connecticut), Ability Media answers to a crucial gap in journalism and media: "the lack of representation of people with different abilities in the content and in jobs." Millions of individuals have a disability, yet "less than two percent of the film and TV workforce is disabled." Led by Emmy-winning sports journalist Dave...

https://abilitymediagroup.com
Spatial Data Management

Calling all geospatial analysts: It is time to start those (Google Earth) Engines with this fantastic resource. For readers unfamiliar with Google Earth Engine, the platform provides satellite imagery and maintains a public data archive for academic, non-profit, business, and government users. Those new to the platform will benefit from the lessons at the link above. Led by Qiusheng Wu, an...

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAxJ4-o7ZoPdz9LHIJIxH...