On Being Studios tracks on Soundclound

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  • [Unedited] Guy Consolmagno and George Coyne with Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    01:27:53
    525
  • Guy Consolmagno and George Coyne — Asteroids, Stars, and the Love of God
    On Being Studios
    52:22
    3,277
  • Sandra Cisneros — A House of Her Own
    On Being Studios
    52:22
    12,120
  • [Unedited] Sandra Cisneros with Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    01:39:28
    1,859
  • Ezra Klein – How We Walked Into This and How We Can Walk Out
    On Being Studios
    52:23
    podcast
    15,392
  • [Unedited] Ezra Klein with Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    02:00:43
    Podcast
    3,035
  • Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson — A New Imagination of Prayer
    On Being Studios
    51:35
    Podcast
    10,809
  • [Unedited] Pádraig Ó Tuama and Marilyn Nelson with Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    01:23:21
    1,251
  • Alison Gopnik — The Evolutionary Power of Children and Teenagers
    On Being Studios
    51:38
    Podcast
    11,150

    Alison Gopnik understands babies and children as the R&D division of humanity. From her cognitive science lab at the University of California, -Berkeley, she investigates the “evolutionary paradox” of the long human childhood. When she first trained in philosophy and developmental psychology, the minds of children were treated as blank slates. But her research is helping us see how even the most mundane facts of a toddler or a teenager — from fantasy play to rebelliousness — tell us what it means to be human. Alison Gopnik is a professor of psychology and affiliate professor of philosophy at the University of California, -Berkeley, where she also heads the Cognitive Development and Learning Lab. She’s written more than 100 journal articles and several books, including The Scientist in the Crib, The Philosophical Baby, and, most recently, The Gardener and the Carpenter. Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org

  • [Unedited] Alison Gopnik With Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    01:45:29
    Podcast
    1,381

    Alison Gopnik understands babies and children as the R&D division of humanity. From her cognitive science lab at the University of California, -Berkeley, she investigates the “evolutionary paradox” of the long human childhood. When she first trained in philosophy and developmental psychology, the minds of children were treated as blank slates. But her research is helping us see how even the most mundane facts of a toddler or a teenager — from fantasy play to rebelliousness — tell us what it means to be human. Alison Gopnik is a professor of psychology and affiliate professor of philosophy at the University of California, -Berkeley, where she also heads the Cognitive Development and Learning Lab. She’s written more than 100 journal articles and several books, including The Scientist in the Crib, The Philosophical Baby, and, most recently, The Gardener and the Carpenter. This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Alison Gopnik — The Evolutionary Power of Children and Teenagers." Find more at onbeing.org.

  • Ruby Sales – Where Does it Hurt?
    On Being Studios
    52:14
    10,184
  • [Unedited] Ruby Sales with Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    02:15:16
    1,324
  • Joe Henry — Welcoming Flies at the Picnic
    On Being Studios
    51:43
    Podcast
    9,825
  • [Unedited] Joe Henry with Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    01:40:09
    1,248
  • Brené Brown — Strong Back, Soft Front, Wild Heart
    On Being Studios
    51:37
    Podcast
    44,605

    Brené Brown says our belonging to each other can’t be lost, but it can be forgotten. Her research has reminded the world in recent years of the uncomfortable, life-giving link between vulnerability and courage. Now she’s turning her attention to how we walked into the crisis of our life together and how we can move beyond it: with strong backs, soft fronts, and wild hearts.

  • [Unedited] Brené Brown with Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    01:18:25
    Podcast
    5,766

    Brené Brown says our belonging to each other can’t be lost, but it can be forgotten. Her research has reminded the world in recent years of the uncomfortable, life-giving link between vulnerability and courage. Now she’s turning her attention to how we walked into the crisis of our life together and how we can move beyond it: with strong backs, soft fronts, and wild hearts.

  • Welcome To Poetry Unbound
    On Being Studios
    01:21
    Podcast
    3,026

    Poetry Unbound features an immersive exploration of a single poem, guided by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Short and unhurried; contemplative and energizing. Proudly produced by On Being Studios. This season features poetry from a diverse cast of poets: current and former poets laureate Joy Harjo and Tracy K. Smith; T.S. Eliot Prize winner Ocean Vuong; classic poets like Emily Dickinson and Patrick Kavanagh; spoken-word artists like Raymond Antrobus; and more. Anchor your week with new episodes on Monday and Friday, beginning January 27. Subscribe today. About the host: Pádraig Ó Tuama is a poet, theologian, conflict mediator — and the host of our new podcast, Poetry Unbound. His books include a prayer book, Daily Prayer with the Corrymeela Community, a book of poetry, Sorry for Your Troubles, and a memoir, In the Shelter: Finding a Home in the World.

  • Bessel Van Der Kolk — How Trauma Lodges In The Body
    On Being Studios
    51:39
    Podcast
    23,661

    Psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk is an innovator in treating the effects of overwhelming experiences. We call this “trauma” when we encounter it in life and news, and we tend to leap to address it by talking. But Bessel van der Kolk knows how some experiences imprint themselves beyond where language can reach. He explores state-of-the-art therapeutic treatments — including body work like yoga and eye movement therapy — and shares what he and others are learning on this edge of humanity about the complexity of memory, our need for others, and how our brains take care of our bodies. Bessel van der Kolk is the founder and medical director of the Trauma Center in Brookline, Massachusetts. He’s also a professor of psychiatry at Boston University Medical School. His books include Traumatic Stress: The Effects of Overwhelming Experience on the Mind, Body, and Society and The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma. Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org. This show originally aired in July 2013.

  • [Unedited] Bessel Van Der Kolk With Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    01:18:45
    Podcast
    3,453

    Psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk is an innovator in treating the effects of overwhelming experiences. We call this “trauma” when we encounter it in life and news, and we tend to leap to address it by talking. But Bessel van der Kolk knows how some experiences imprint themselves beyond where language can reach. He explores state-of-the-art therapeutic treatments — including body work like yoga and eye movement therapy — and shares what he and others are learning on this edge of humanity about the complexity of memory, our need for others, and how our brains take care of our bodies. Bessel van der Kolk is the founder and medical director of the Trauma Center in Brookline, Massachusetts. He’s also a professor of psychiatry at Boston University Medical School. His books include Traumatic Stress: The Effects of Overwhelming Experience on the Mind, Body, and Society and The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma. This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Bessel van der Kolk — How Trauma Lodges in the Body." Find more at onbeing.org. This show originally aired in July 2013.

  • [Unedited] Greg Boyle With Krista Tippett
    On Being Studios
    01:18:08
    Podcast
    1,509

    Fr. Greg Boyle makes amazingly winsome connections between things like service and delight, compassion and awe. He landed as an idealistic young Jesuit in a gang-heavy neighborhood of Los Angeles three decades ago. Now he heads Homeboy Industries, which employs former gang members in a constellation of businesses from screen printing to a farmers’ market to a bakery. This is not work of helping, he says, but of finding kinship. Greg Boyle is founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles. His books include Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion and, more recently, Barking to the Choir: The Power of Radical Kinship. Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org. This show originally aired in February 2013.