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A witty 1853 travelogue by a cultured German for his countrymen. “…for I did not write for an English public, nor did I ever pretend to popularity in England. The “SAUNTERINGS” were intended for the profit and amusement of my German countrymen; and I must say I was not a little pleased and surprised with the very flattering reception which my book experienced at the hands of the English critics. Their favourable opinion, which they so emphatically and—I am selfish enough to go the whole leng ...
 
In our podcast “Understanding Train Station”, we (Josh and Feli) explore the intricacies and pitfalls of living between cultures. The title is derived from the German idiom “Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof” which literally translates to “I only understand train station”. Similar to the English saying “It’s Greek to me”, it is used to express a lack of understanding which is an all too common feeling when dealing with another culture and living abroad. Feli (aka “German Girl in America” on YouTube) ...
 
This Podcast dives into the many colours of arts, language and life across cultures. St. Pauli fan and former Düsseldorfer Ciarán Murray and his guests explore the connecting moments of German and Irish life. What do musicians, dancers, artists, writers pick up from either culture? How are they inspired and enriched by the other? For all listeners who like to go and think beyond borders.
 
Hello! We are Teo and Dilyana and this our podcast Active Culture. With each episode we will be exploring different people, cultures and we will discover diversity. We are the current volunteers in a german NGO called Jugendwerk der AWO Wuerttemberg through the European Solidarity Corps and the aim of our organisation is to promote diversity, solidarity, tolerance, equality, equity, emancipation and freedom. Usually our project takes place in person, but since the pandemic started we are not ...
 
A globetrotter and German teacher who has lived and worked in different cultures shares her experience through podcasts, videos and much more :) Follow me for lots of interesting content and extra material. You can also find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Deutschonlinelessons or send me an email: www.deutschonlinelessons@yahoo.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deutschonline/support
 
The show really is just a continuation of the type of conversations we were having around the store. We would drift from topic to topic and have conversation, laughter and sometimes even debate about several things hence the name "gumbo." It is said that gumbo combines ingredients and culinary practices of several cultures, including French, Spanish, German, West African, and Choctaw. So our goal is to combine several ingredients from different pagan/spiritual cultures and traditions. ​
 
The infamous U boats deployed by Germany in the two World Wars have spawned several works of fiction and non-fiction. These deadly vessels were not just efficient and lethal killing machines, but they were also used very effectively in economic blockades. They were positioned primarily to obstruct the conveyance of fuel, food and other essential supplies which the enemy needed to sustain the war effort. In the Diary of a U Boat Commander, the author, Stephen King-Hall draws upon his vast per ...
 
A weekly one-hour conversation with guest experts and callers about travel, cultures, people, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Rick Steves is America's leading authority on travel to Europe and beyond. Host and writer of over a hundred public television travel shows and author of 30 best-selling guidebooks, Rick now brings his passion for exploring and understanding our world to public radio. Related travel information and message boards on www.rickst ...
 
Roma und Sinti – die wahren Europäer*innen! Für den Podcast „Romatopia – Roma talk about their Utopia for Europe“ treffen wir interessante Menschen (Künstler*innen, Musiker*innen, Akademiker*innen, Aktivist*innen) aus ganz Europa. Sind Roma nicht – ganz im Gegenteil zu gängigen Vorurteilen – Vorbilder in Sachen Solidarität, kultureller Reichtum, transnationale Einheit trotz nationaler Besonderheiten – also ideale „role models“ für die „Idee Europa“? Wir sind gespannt auf die Utopien unserer ...
 
Welcome to the Speaksli Fast German podcasts. You can also watch fun and fast-paced Speaksli animated videos on our YouTube channel (http://youtube.com/speaksli). To keep up to date on new videos and podcasts, please follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Speaksli was formed by an American living in Switzerland who has created an entire language learning platform based on animated videos and easy-to-understand podcasts. She has experience working in Training and Development for Dell Europe, as w ...
 
The Collective Drift platform was created to celebrate all women, the beauty of their cultures, and international travel experiences. I believe that women possess magic, that gives them strength and grace to change the world. We learn how to tap into our power in various ways based on our cultural backgrounds and our journeys. Join me and an amazing collective of multi-cultural and ethnic women that are artists, cultural leaders and travel enthusiast as they tell their stories about their cu ...
 
The ability to hold a person's attention through music without text over a long span of time requires enormous contrasts, invention, discipline, and knowledge. A Symphony is an attempt to fuse the very best of extremely diverse elements of music and pay tribute to the millions of different sounds and forms and contents and cultures which music can show us. The Symphony is a musical democracy through which every kind and possibility of music's meaning is sounded together in dialogue with one ...
 
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Hello, dear Listener! Join us in an inspiring talk about changes in life, what it is to be a volunteer, about Kosovo, Italy and Germany, but also about pancakes, finding inspiration and music. Find Liri to hear her amazing and creative spirit @liridonagimolli in Instagram and @ liridona gimolli in YouTube We have two questions for you: How do you f…
 
There's a largely unknown world to explore, right beneath your feet. Author Robert Macfarlane tells us what he finds intriguing about the "Underland." Plus, hop aboard for a sail to Oslo. And Dutch tour guides help us plan a trip to the Netherlands, where they recommend Haarlem, cycling to the sea, and other attractions beyond the usual sights in A…
 
Josh moved from Cincinnati to Munich at the beginning of the year! In episode 13, we asked you to send us questions to the "future" Josh and now it's finally time to answer them and give you an update on how Josh is doing in Germany and adjusting to life in Munich. In this episode, we talk about Josh's experiences with finding a permanent flat shar…
 
Join our community on Facebook | Join our mailing list For this episode, we’re joined today by Rachel B. Gross to talk about nostalgia and lived religion in American Jewish life, which is the focus of her book Beyond the Synagogue: Jewish Nostalgia as Religious Practice. Rachel B. Gross is Assistant Professor and John and Marcia Goldman Chair in Am…
 
On our Mother's Day edition, we hear what it was like to relocate a Midwestern family to the Croatian village their great-grandparents came from. An American who married a Frenchman tells us what it’s like raising a child in Paris. We go on a sentimental family trip to San Francisco, and hear how mamma is center stage in Sicily. Plus Rick pays trib…
 
New York Times correspondent Dionne Searcey tells us about her work as the paper's West Africa bureau chief, where her team's reporting on the women kidnapped by Boko Haram won them a Pulitzer. Learn how the palace of Versailles was built to impress — and still does so for visitors today. And hear about the elaborate traditions of Bulgaria and Gree…
 
Actor and singer Lindy Larsson Forss about his life, his art and about how he became a voice of Roma rights activism Lindy Larsson has enchanted us. We talk about superheroes with a Romani background, about mermaids, dogs and other animals. We also talk about the cruelties Roma have had to endure in Sweden. We get to know an inspiring, fragile, wis…
 
Young women are called Fräulein, Austrians eat Schnitzel with noodles, and the song "Edelweiss" is their national anthem?! These and many more clichés and misconceptions about the German-speaking countries play a role in the musical film “The Sound of Music” (1965). While most people outside of the US have never even heard of it, it's a classic for…
 
Hello, dear people! Our first guest is David Rios Calle! Shortly we call him Chito. He is a bright, creative and caring person. He plays ukulele, he sings. He makes jokes (good ones!) and he volunteered for one year in a circus working with kids. We met him through friends. Discover his colours with us and see Spain through his eyes. You can find h…
 
Join our community on Facebook | Join our mailing list Adam Teller joins us to speak about the seventeenth-century Jewish refugee crisis following the 1648 Khmenlytsky pogroms—how it helps us to understand the transnational transformation of Jewish life in early modern times, as well as when we want to think deeply about refugee issues on a wider s…
 
An American "digital nomad" tells us how he's figured out how to work from home, overseas in the Republic of Georgia. Guides from Athens tell us how their city became a cleaner, more attractive metropolis for exploring ancient and modern Greece after they spiffed up for the 2004 Olympics. And we wade into the issues behind the flooding that often t…
 
Sign up for the Lingoda Sprint here by April 23▸http://bit.ly/UTC_SprintLC and use the code CHANGE124 to save 10€/12USD on the first month's tuition! (Terms and conditions apply. Make sure to read the rules of the Sprint.) When we talked about the different German and American dialects and accents in episode 15, we asked you guys to submit voice re…
 
Laurence Brown explores a few of the memos that must have gotten "lost in the pond" between the US and Britain. Zora O'Neill tells us how studying the Arabic language might not prepare you for talking to everyday people in today's Arab world. And hear how the most important royal family in Europe earned their titles the old fashioned way — by marry…
 
Art historian and contemporary art curator Timea Junghaus about "Roma Art" In this episode, we have the pleasure of talking to a renowned "Roma Art" expert on the topic of Roma in European art history and the power and potential of contemporary Roma art. Tímea talks openly about her successful school career and her difficult university years, her s…
 
This episode features Emily Kraft, 19 years old Irish international football player who is at home in Sutton, Dublin North as well as in Gernsheim, close to Frankfurt am Main. Emily is a successful and ambitious footballer with Eintracht Frankfurt, who is also currently studying for her Abitur (German equivalent of Leaving Certificate). Born to an …
 
Sign up for the Lingoda Sprint here by April 16▸http://bit.ly/UTS_Lingoda and use the code CHANGE112 to save 10€/12USD on the deposit (49€/59USD)! (Terms and conditions apply. Make sure to read the rules of the Sprint.) He moved from Vietnam to Idaho and Washington during high school with his twin brother, went on to get his bachelor's degree in Oh…
 
Join our community on Facebook | Join our mailing list In our latest episode, Ian Lustick joins us to talk about the idea of a two-state solution to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Listen in as we dive into how we might think about the paradigm of a two-state solution in historical perspective, and the ways in which history matters when we look a…
 
A tour guide from Sevilla explains how the annual April Fair will animate her city again when the pandemic is finished. Guides from England share their favorite places to enjoy your own piece of the English countryside, on any of the hundreds of walking trails in Britain. And we explore how public squares can make all the difference in how a great …
 
Sign up for the Lingoda Sprint here by April 16▸http://bit.ly/UTS_Lingoda and use the code CHANGE112 to save 10€/12USD on the deposit (49€/59USD)! The Super Sprint has sold out, make sure to save your spot for the Sprint! (Terms and conditions apply. Make sure to read the rules of the Sprint.) Oktoberfest, pretzels, and Christmas markets? You’d thi…
 
See what low tide in London can reveal, from a "mudlarker" who searches the River Thames for buried objects. She finds things people threw away that can connect us with life in the Victorian era and as far back as Roman times. Plus, hear what high tides threaten to bring to coastal communities around the world, and celebrate Easter at sites mention…
 
Sign up for the Lingoda Sprint here by April 16▸http://bit.ly/UTS_Lingoda and use the code CHANGE112 to save 10€/12USD on the deposit (49€/59USD)! ++The Super Sprint has sold out, make sure to save your spot for the Sprint++ We’re back from our break and are hitting the ground running! While we enjoyed having some time off to relax and recharge, we…
 
Hallo Ihr Lieben, heute gibt es wieder einen neuen Podcast zum Thema Deutsche Tugenden und Werte. Das ist ein Thema für das Level B2/C1. Ich wünsche euch viel Spaß beim Hören ! :) Ihr könnt mir auch auf buymeacoffe und patreon folgen. Da gibt es auch immer wieder interessante Post . :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to m…
 
Social worker, feminist and activist Nicoleta Bitu talks about activism and human and women's rights Nico talks about the power of Roma feminism and about her responsibility towards the young Roma generation. She tells what Romanipen means to her and we discuss her utopia: The virtual Romanistan. Our guest: Nicoleta Bitu is a social worker and acti…
 
What are the top travel hacks Saving money and staying fit & healthy during COVID19 w/ Dr. Sheba King How to save up for traveling? What are the best hacks to traveling on a budget? What does it feel like to travel more than half of the world? What precautions to take when traveling during COVID? How to follow a healthy diet all the while traveling…
 
Guides from Spain highlight the historical treasures you can find in Granada today, including the impressive Islamic art of its Alhambra palace. Rick Antonson tells us how he climbed to the top of Mount Ararat in Turkey and about its significance to nearby Armenians. And anthropologist Wade Davis explains how the flow of the Rio Magdalena helps def…
 
Join our community on Facebook | Join our mailing list How could someone title a Passover Haggadah the “Hitler Haggadah”? Listen in as we explore an incredible source, a 1943 Judeo-Arabic Passover Haggadah from Morocco which retells a story of freedom—not of the Exodus from Egypt, but of the Holocaust and the Allied invasion of North Africa in the …
 
You'll find one of the oldest cultures in Europe along the Atlantic coast of Spain and France. We'll explore Basque Country with two guides who have deep family roots in the region. We'll also visit the island of Innishmore in Ireland's Aran Islands. And we'll extend our St. Patrick's Day observance by hearing how nearly every town in Ireland comes…
 
This episode features Siobhán Armstrong, one of Europe’s foremost historical harpists. In the late 1980’s after finishing college Siobhán moved to Sindelfingen, a little town close to Stuttgart, to start a harp department in the newly built Music School. Without a word of German at the time but lots of excitement, Siobhán taught children the harp w…
 
Widerständig, aktivistisch, feministisch - die Schauspielerinnen Sandra und Simonida Selimović Ihre künstlerischen Arbeiten sind widerständig, aktivistisch, feministisch. In dieser Folge sprechen wir mit den zwei beeindruckenden Schauspielerinnen, Regisseurinnen und Aktivistinnen Sandra und Simonida Selimović. Wir haben über Aktivismus, Kunst und F…
 
Join our community on Facebook | Join our mailing list Sophia Stamatopoulou-Robbins talks about how we can look at Israel/Palestine and global issues in new ways, through the fascinating lens of waste—the byproducts of human society and what we do with them. People often look at Israel/Palestine, and the Middle East, in terms of scarce resources su…
 
We'll help you start your travel plans for when the pandemic is behind us with an all-Celtic hour. Tour guides from Ireland offer insider advice for visiting Galway and the west of Ireland, and for planning a week's itinerary to the Emerald Isle. We'll also pop over to the Celtic corner of France to hear what makes Brittany a special destination to…
 
A Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London explains why a British legend about ravens is being put to the test. A New York Times reporter tells us how people are hoping to travel safely again. The head of Perillo Tours describes how his company dealt with the loss of business over the past year. And Rick reveals how he got the notion to become a travel…
 
What is the importance of prayer and spirituality? What is self-care to you? How can you feel closer to God? How do Nigerian values and culture impact a child's upbringing? How effective are Balinese herbs? Why is it important to learn about different cultures? How to break the ice with people of different cultures? How important are exercising and…
 
Lawyer and activist Saimir Mile about language, diversity, resistance and empowerment For lawyer and activist Saimir Mile from Albania who lives in Paris, Romani is a passport with which he meets his brothers and sisters. But we don't just talk about language. We talk about the diversity among Roma, about resistance and the importance of empowermen…
 
Hallo Ihr Lieben, heute habe ich wieder eine neue Episode für euch. Diesmal zum Thema ''die deutsche Sprache''. Das ist ein Thema für das Level B1/B2. Ich wünsche euch viel Spaß beim Hören! :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/deutschonline/supp…
 
Join our community on Facebook | Join our mailing list Sharon Avni, Sarah Bunin Benor, and Jonathan Krasner join us to talk about talk about their recent book Hebrew Infusion: Language and Community at American Jewish Summer Camps, and the big issues it raises about the role of Hebrew in American Jewish culture and history. Hebrew Infusion combines…
 
Travel writer Dave Seminara tells us how curiosity led him to meet with healers in the jungles of Nicaragua and Belize. Plus, Richard Grant tells us how a Yukon winter in Dawson City inspired Jack London to become a writer; tour guides from Lisbon point out the art that colors the streets of Portugal; and we get a close-up appreciation of Leonardo'…
 
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