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Mysteries, Myths & More
21 minutes | 2 months ago
Jersey Girls -020
Mysteries, Myths & More will take a short hiatus. My episodes will return early in 2021. Thank you for listening!
9 minutes | 3 months ago
Requiem for a Rooster -019
Cohen, Roger, “The Last Testament of Maurice the Rooster,” in Opinion, p. A22, The New York Times, Saturday, June 27, 2020.
30 minutes | 4 months ago
The Thing About Dogs . . . -018
a “Animals have complex dreams, MIT researcher proves. Study may advance understanding of human learning and memory,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, News Office, January 24, 2001. b “Do animals dream?,” Posted by EarthSky in EARTH, February 7, 2019. c American Psychiatric Association, (2013) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed.), 2013; Washington, DC d Peterson, T. (2016, February 4). Understanding PTSD Nightmares and Flashbacks, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2020, May 9 from https://www.healthyplace.com/ptsd-and-stress-disorders/ptsd/understanding-ptsd-nightmares-and-flashbacks. e America Veterinary Medical Association, JAVMA news; “Pet ownership spending going strong; published on May 08, 2019. f Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations, “Which country spends the most on its pets?”; posted 22/02/2020; https://www.fecava.org. g Stephen Robert Kellert and Alan R. Felthous, “Childhood Cruelty toward Animals among Criminals and Noncriminals,” in Human Relations 38(12):1113-1129 · December 1985.
32 minutes | a year ago
Forgotten Lives, Part 3 Valerie Burger Spiess -010
A Swiss woman honored by the First Nations people of Quebec. a www.Ancestry.com, Otto Rainer Burger, Passenger Lists. b Wikipedia, “Selective Training and Service Act of 1940,” online. c Berkshire Evening Eagle, Science Service, “James Bay Isle To Be Studied For Botany Lore,” 27 August 1946. d The Catholic University of America, “The Archivist’s Nook: Our Coolest Blog Yet – The Arctic Institute at Catholic University,” posted online by Shane MacDonald, 13 August 2019. e Shane MacDonald, Catholic University Archives, personal communication by email, 16 September 2019. f Princess Evelyn Blucher, An English Wife in Berlin, E.P. Dutton & Co., New York, 1920; subtitled: A Private Memoir of Events, Politics, and Daily Life in Germany throughout the War and the Social Revolution of 1918. g The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) is now called World Animal Protection (WAP). h Gerardo Huertas, personal communication by email, 31 August 2019. i Laura Redish and Orrin Lewis, website “Native Languages of the Americas, Atikamekw Indian Fact Sheet.” j Herausgegeben von Krickeberg, Indianermärchen aus Nordamerica, published by Diederichs Verlag, 1924 [in German]. k “The History of Schloss Laufen,” prepared by the castle’s information center. l Andreas Hürlimann, Canton Zurich, Baudirektion, Real Estate Management, personal communication by email, 9 Sept. 2019.
24 minutes | a year ago
Memoir Writing, An interview with author, Alberta Sequeira -009
Memoirs of an alcoholic family in crisis. Alberta’s books include the following~ On alcoholism • Someone Stop This Merry-Go-Round; An Alcoholic Family in Crisis • Please, God, Not Two; This Killer Called Alcoholism • What is and isn’t Working for the Alcoholics and Addicts; Their Own Personal Stories Other • A Spiritual Renewal: A Journey to Medjugorje • How to Self-Publish Your Own Book with Create Space: Easy Steps • Writing Memoirs • Bring Your Manuscript to Publication: A Guide for Writers and Authors • Loose Ends: A Hodgepodge of Stories from Authors Without Borders To learn more about Alberta and her work, you may go to her website: www.amazon.com/author/albertasequeira https://albertasequeira.org/who-is-alberta-sequeira/
31 minutes | a year ago
Forgotten Lives, Part 2 -008
Books/Articles a Lucy Frucht, video interview, USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive, recorded 12 October 1995 (Miryam Rabner, interviewer); viewed at Brandeis University, 7 August 2019. b Lucy Frucht, video interview, Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, Yale University; recorded 18 July 1994 (Dana Kline, interviewer); viewed at Brandeis University, 7 August 2019. c Diedre Bonifaz, “A Haven in Whateley. The Refugees Who Came to Our Farm,” in The Dispossessed. An Anatomy of Exile, edited by Peter I. Rose, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst & Boston, 2005; pp. 203-230. d Paul Vitello, “Scholars Reconsidering Italy’s Treatment of Jews in the Nazi Era,” New York Times, 4 November 2010; online; p. A28 in 11.05.10 print edition. e “History of the Jews in France,” Wikipedia. f Varian Fry, Surrender on Demand, Johnson Books, Boulder, CO, Published in Conjunction with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1997; copyrighted and published in 1945; p. 98. g Avraham Milgram, “Portugal, the Counsuls, and the Jewish Refuges, 1938- 1941,” online at Yad Vasham, The World Holocaust Remembrance Center; Yad Vashem Studies Vol. XXVII, Jerusalem 1999, pp. 123-156 (Translated by Anna Shidlo). h Lucy Frucht, Tribute to Varian Fry, March 1991; personal communication. i "Portuguese freighter on which K. Frucht reached the U.S." Pictured in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Cynthia Jaffee McCabe. j Obituary, Dr. Hedda Kornfeld, Published in San Francisco Chronicle, July 29, 2015. k Hedda Kornfeld, video interview, Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, Yale University; recorded in October 1998; viewed at Brandeis University, 7 August 2019. l Jean A. Douillette, Gravestone Locator for Lakeville, Massachusette 1711-2003; Urn and Willow Publishing, 2014. Film And Crown Thy Good: Varian Fry and the Refugee Crisis, Marseille 1940-41 by Pierre Sauvage, should be finished in late 2020. (Personal communication) Filmmaker Sauvage is also the president of the Varian Fry Institute, a division of the Chambon Foundation (Los Angeles, California) which has its focus on the Holocaust and its aftermath.
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