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Cutting-edge, interdisciplinary, provocative. Research that shapes the world of tomorrow here today.To view our season 2 episodes, follow us on Spotify at http://bit.ly/YNSARspotify

Latest Episodes

Crises, Tragedies, Gospels, and Letters: Interviews with Yale-NUS Faculty

For our final episode of YNAH, we speak to 4 members of the faculty to learn more about their course offerings for the coming semester. We will learn about the history of crises in the European context with Prof Mate Rigo, Greek and Roman tragedies with Prof Mira Seo, reading the Christian gospel accounts from an academic standpoint with Prof Andrew Hui, and the diplomatic correspondence between Egypt and its vassals with Prof Sureshkumar Muthukumaran. Here are the links that will bring you to the bios of the faculty: https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/mate-rigo/ https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/mira-seo/ https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/andrew-hui/ https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/sureshkumar-muthukumaran/ And finally, if you're interested in the history of capitalism, follow Prof Mate Rigo on his podcast Capitalhist on Soundcloud at https://soundcloud.com/user-617631673.

23 MIN2019 MAR 28
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Crises, Tragedies, Gospels, and Letters: Interviews with Yale-NUS Faculty

Meanings of Eating: Interview with Prof Alder Keleman Saxena (Yale)

Food for thought: how or why should we study ‘food’? Dr. Alder Keleman, a Visiting Professor from Yale, shares her thoughts and experiences working in the Bolivian Andes. More on Dr. Alder and her research: https://environmentalhumanities.yale.edu/people/alder-keleman-saxena Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

11 MIN2019 MAR 23
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Meanings of Eating: Interview with Prof Alder Keleman Saxena (Yale)

The Bible - Vindicated by Scholarship? Interview with Prof Eckart Frahm (Yale)

The Hebrew Bible, the progenitor of 2 other Abrahamic faiths, is widely believed to be inerrant in chronicling the 'history' of humanity in its salvation by God. Is that really the case? Assyriologist Prof Eckart Frahm weighs in. If you'd like to learn more about Prof Frahm, check out his bio and Academia page here: https://nelc.yale.edu/people/eckart-frahm https://yale.academia.edu/EckartFrahm If you like our work, please rate, subscribe and review wherever you get your podcast. Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at fb.com/ynsar.sg

26 MIN2019 MAR 17
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The Bible - Vindicated by Scholarship? Interview with Prof Eckart Frahm (Yale)

Body, Health and Medicine: Interview with Prof Van Hollen

We speak to Prof Van Hollen to learn more about her work in medical anthropology and to gain a deeper appreciation of the cultural nuances that shape understandings of disease and sickness. If you’d like to learn more about Prof Van Hollen, you may access her bio and published works at https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/cecilia-coale-van-hollen/ or listen to the sixth episode of this podcast series (in which we summarize her paper “Handle with Care”). Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

25 MIN2019 MAR 9
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Body, Health and Medicine: Interview with Prof Van Hollen

Finding your Passion: Research Summary

What mindsets are most conducive for finding one’s passion and interests? How do these attitudes help us overcome obstacles faced in exploring new fields? Find out what Dr Paul O’Keefe and his colleagues found when they conducted their research on fixed and growth theories of interest in their paper “Implicit Theories of Interest: Finding Your Passion or Developing It?”. If you’d like to learn more about Dr Paul O’Keefe’s work, you may access his bio and published works at https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/paul-okeefe/. This episode is brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

9 MIN2019 MAR 2
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Finding your Passion: Research Summary

Handle with Care: Research Summary

Are doctors morally obliged to disclose cancer diagnosis to their patients? What does care mean for cancer patients and what would it look like? These are questions that the rights-versus-culture debate grapple with: on one hand, withholding information could cause unwelcome distress especially in certain cultural contexts, but on the other, to do so may also be interpreted as paternalism. Are patients entitled to full disclosures? What has the rights-versus-culture debate gotten wrong? If you’d like to learn more about Prof Van Hollen’s work, you may access her bio and published works at https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/cecilia-coale-van-hollen/. This episode is brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

12 MIN2019 FEB 25
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Handle with Care: Research Summary

Fallacies of Sustainable Consumption: Research Summary

Ban plastic straws. Bring your own bags. Recycling. Everything passes for sustainable consumption these days. What is it even? Here we explore 3 fallacies associated with sustainable consumption as identified by Prof Michael Maniates. To check out Prof Maniates’ work, follow this link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=KHLQOaoAAAAJ# You can also follow him on Twitter at @michaelmaniates! Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg.

9 MIN2019 FEB 17
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Fallacies of Sustainable Consumption: Research Summary

A Spotlight on Black Holes: Interview with Prof Chelsea Sharon

The Sun - often a symbol of constancy in literature and mythology, yet we know that it is not eternal. What led to its birth? What might cause its death? This week we explore distant galaxies and stars with Prof Chelsea Sharon, an astrophysicist who investigates the role of supermassive black holes in the cessation of the birth of suns. If you’d like to learn more about Prof Sharon’s work, check out her website at https://csharon.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg/. Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

16 MIN2019 FEB 10
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A Spotlight on Black Holes: Interview with Prof Chelsea Sharon

Another Approach to Climate Governance?: Interview with Prof Matthew Schneider-Mayerson

We follow up with Prof Matthew Schneider-Mayerson to learn more about green governance, the successes and pitfalls of eco-authoritarianism, and the former doomsday prophecy called peak oil. To find out more about Prof Schneider-Mayerson, visit his Academia page here: https://yale-nus.academia.edu/MatthewSchneiderMayerson Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

16 MIN2019 JAN 27
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Another Approach to Climate Governance?: Interview with Prof Matthew Schneider-Mayerson

Some Islands Will Rise: Research Summary

The world is on fire. Is there a solution? In his research on eco-authoritarianism, Prof Schneider-Mayerson draws lessons from the tiny island-state of Singapore to suggest new ways forward in climate governance. To find out more about Prof Schneider-Mayerson, visit his Academia page here: https://yale-nus.academia.edu/MatthewSchneiderMayerson Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

10 MIN2019 JAN 21
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Some Islands Will Rise: Research Summary

Latest Episodes

Crises, Tragedies, Gospels, and Letters: Interviews with Yale-NUS Faculty

For our final episode of YNAH, we speak to 4 members of the faculty to learn more about their course offerings for the coming semester. We will learn about the history of crises in the European context with Prof Mate Rigo, Greek and Roman tragedies with Prof Mira Seo, reading the Christian gospel accounts from an academic standpoint with Prof Andrew Hui, and the diplomatic correspondence between Egypt and its vassals with Prof Sureshkumar Muthukumaran. Here are the links that will bring you to the bios of the faculty: https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/mate-rigo/ https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/mira-seo/ https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/andrew-hui/ https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/sureshkumar-muthukumaran/ And finally, if you're interested in the history of capitalism, follow Prof Mate Rigo on his podcast Capitalhist on Soundcloud at https://soundcloud.com/user-617631673.

23 MIN2019 MAR 28
Comments
Crises, Tragedies, Gospels, and Letters: Interviews with Yale-NUS Faculty

Meanings of Eating: Interview with Prof Alder Keleman Saxena (Yale)

Food for thought: how or why should we study ‘food’? Dr. Alder Keleman, a Visiting Professor from Yale, shares her thoughts and experiences working in the Bolivian Andes. More on Dr. Alder and her research: https://environmentalhumanities.yale.edu/people/alder-keleman-saxena Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

11 MIN2019 MAR 23
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Meanings of Eating: Interview with Prof Alder Keleman Saxena (Yale)

The Bible - Vindicated by Scholarship? Interview with Prof Eckart Frahm (Yale)

The Hebrew Bible, the progenitor of 2 other Abrahamic faiths, is widely believed to be inerrant in chronicling the 'history' of humanity in its salvation by God. Is that really the case? Assyriologist Prof Eckart Frahm weighs in. If you'd like to learn more about Prof Frahm, check out his bio and Academia page here: https://nelc.yale.edu/people/eckart-frahm https://yale.academia.edu/EckartFrahm If you like our work, please rate, subscribe and review wherever you get your podcast. Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at fb.com/ynsar.sg

26 MIN2019 MAR 17
Comments
The Bible - Vindicated by Scholarship? Interview with Prof Eckart Frahm (Yale)

Body, Health and Medicine: Interview with Prof Van Hollen

We speak to Prof Van Hollen to learn more about her work in medical anthropology and to gain a deeper appreciation of the cultural nuances that shape understandings of disease and sickness. If you’d like to learn more about Prof Van Hollen, you may access her bio and published works at https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/cecilia-coale-van-hollen/ or listen to the sixth episode of this podcast series (in which we summarize her paper “Handle with Care”). Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

25 MIN2019 MAR 9
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Body, Health and Medicine: Interview with Prof Van Hollen

Finding your Passion: Research Summary

What mindsets are most conducive for finding one’s passion and interests? How do these attitudes help us overcome obstacles faced in exploring new fields? Find out what Dr Paul O’Keefe and his colleagues found when they conducted their research on fixed and growth theories of interest in their paper “Implicit Theories of Interest: Finding Your Passion or Developing It?”. If you’d like to learn more about Dr Paul O’Keefe’s work, you may access his bio and published works at https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/paul-okeefe/. This episode is brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

9 MIN2019 MAR 2
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Finding your Passion: Research Summary

Handle with Care: Research Summary

Are doctors morally obliged to disclose cancer diagnosis to their patients? What does care mean for cancer patients and what would it look like? These are questions that the rights-versus-culture debate grapple with: on one hand, withholding information could cause unwelcome distress especially in certain cultural contexts, but on the other, to do so may also be interpreted as paternalism. Are patients entitled to full disclosures? What has the rights-versus-culture debate gotten wrong? If you’d like to learn more about Prof Van Hollen’s work, you may access her bio and published works at https://www.yale-nus.edu.sg/about/faculty/cecilia-coale-van-hollen/. This episode is brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

12 MIN2019 FEB 25
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Handle with Care: Research Summary

Fallacies of Sustainable Consumption: Research Summary

Ban plastic straws. Bring your own bags. Recycling. Everything passes for sustainable consumption these days. What is it even? Here we explore 3 fallacies associated with sustainable consumption as identified by Prof Michael Maniates. To check out Prof Maniates’ work, follow this link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=KHLQOaoAAAAJ# You can also follow him on Twitter at @michaelmaniates! Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg.

9 MIN2019 FEB 17
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Fallacies of Sustainable Consumption: Research Summary

A Spotlight on Black Holes: Interview with Prof Chelsea Sharon

The Sun - often a symbol of constancy in literature and mythology, yet we know that it is not eternal. What led to its birth? What might cause its death? This week we explore distant galaxies and stars with Prof Chelsea Sharon, an astrophysicist who investigates the role of supermassive black holes in the cessation of the birth of suns. If you’d like to learn more about Prof Sharon’s work, check out her website at https://csharon.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg/. Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

16 MIN2019 FEB 10
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A Spotlight on Black Holes: Interview with Prof Chelsea Sharon

Another Approach to Climate Governance?: Interview with Prof Matthew Schneider-Mayerson

We follow up with Prof Matthew Schneider-Mayerson to learn more about green governance, the successes and pitfalls of eco-authoritarianism, and the former doomsday prophecy called peak oil. To find out more about Prof Schneider-Mayerson, visit his Academia page here: https://yale-nus.academia.edu/MatthewSchneiderMayerson Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

16 MIN2019 JAN 27
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Another Approach to Climate Governance?: Interview with Prof Matthew Schneider-Mayerson

Some Islands Will Rise: Research Summary

The world is on fire. Is there a solution? In his research on eco-authoritarianism, Prof Schneider-Mayerson draws lessons from the tiny island-state of Singapore to suggest new ways forward in climate governance. To find out more about Prof Schneider-Mayerson, visit his Academia page here: https://yale-nus.academia.edu/MatthewSchneiderMayerson Brought to you by the Yale-NUS Society for Academic Research. Our website is https://ynsar.commons.yale-nus.edu.sg and connect with us via Facebook at https://fb.com/ynsar.sg

10 MIN2019 JAN 21
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Some Islands Will Rise: Research Summary
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