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View Resource National Gallery of Art: Videos & Podcasts

The National Gallery of Art is one of America's finest treasures and they continue to offer a host of new resources for people who can visit the museum in person and those who cannot. The offerings are also organized chronologically, and visitors will find discussions of French painting ("The Magic of Fontainebleau") by curator Kimberly Jones, performances by The Choir of St George's Chapel, and...

https://www.nga.gov/audio-video.html
View Resource Asia Society: Podcasts

Based in New York, the Asia Society has longed distinguished itself through its many public outreach activities, particularly its conferences, lecture series, and educational outreach efforts. Their website is a part of such efforts, and their recently launched podcasts series continues in this enjoyable vein. The podcasts began in September 2008, and currently include conversations regarding...

https://asiasociety.org/blog/asia/term/3046
View Resource R.Science Podcast

The Royal Society, based in the United Kingdom, is not only 350 years old, but is also not about the royal family. Rather, The Royal Society is all about science--influencing science policy and debating scientific issues, with other scientists and the public. Their website is loaded with resources, including the R.Science Podcast, the main podcast of the Royal Society. Monthly episodes include...

http://blogs.royalsociety.org/rscience/
View Resource Voices on Antisemitism

Created by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the "Voices on Antisemitism" podcast series provides a "broad range of perspectives about antisemitism and hatred today." With funding from the Oliver and Elizabeth Stanton Foundation, this series contains over 50 conversations with Holocaust survivors, judges from South Africa, and German scholar Matthias K'ntzel. Visitors can browse through...

https://www.ushmm.org/confront-antisemitism/antisemitism-pod...
View Resource Financial Times: Podcasts

The Financial Times is well-respected for their forays into business journalism and their reporting on various related matters. Recently, they have entered the world of podcasting with great vigor, and this site contains a trove of podcasts and audio files. Visitors can subscribe to their podcasts via iTunes, but they may first wish to look through the drop-down menu on the homepage. Here,...

https://www.ft.com/podcasts
View Resource Music and the Brain

What is the relationship between the brain and music? That very question animates the Library of Congress' Music and the Brain series, and their website allows interested parties to listen in on some of the conversations, lectures, and symposia. Noted psychologist Kay Redfield Jamison chairs the initiative, and the programs bring together physicians, theorists, composers, and performers. Visitors...

http://www.loc.gov/podcasts/musicandthebrain/index.html
View Resource C-SPAN Podcasts

C-SPAN has created this site to allow interested parties easy access to many of their programs in a podcast format. On the site, visitors can scroll down through podcast formatted programs from "After Words", "American Political Archive", "Newsmakers", and six other shows. One of the programs that visitors shouldn't overlook is "The Communicators". This particular program features a half-hour...

https://www.c-span.org/podcasts/
View Resource MIT Media Lab: MLTalks

Founded in 1985, the MIT Media Lab is dedicated to supporting interdisciplinary (or "antidisciplinary") research and to "the study, invention, and creative use of digital technologies to enhance the ways that people think, express, and communicate ideas, and explore new scientific frontiers." As part of this mission, the organization hosts a number of MLTalks, which are public interviews with a...

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https://www.media.mit.edu/videos/
View Resource Museum of Contemporary Art: Audio

The podcasts available on the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago's website offer "Exhibition Audio Tours", "Talks and Discussions" and "Educator Salons"; something for everyone. Each podcast can be listened to online, or downloaded for later listening. Helpfully, each of the podcasts is divided into smaller "Entries", so visitors can pick and choose which parts of the podcast they would like to...

https://mcachicago.org/Publications/Audio
View Resource The Seattle Public Library: Podcasts

Author readings, lectures, discussions, and library events are the focus of the podcasts available from the Seattle Public Library's website. The website has several different categories of podcasts, which can be accessed on the left hand side of the "Library Collection Podcasts" homepage. The categories include "Teens Podcast", which are recorded for teens by teens, the "Central Library Tour...

https://www.spl.org/
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