C&C announcement, Politics

New Episode coming out this weekend on ‘The Confusing World of Cannabis law in America’

Why limit our listeners to just one podcast per month when we could turn it up a notch and give you two? This weekend we thought we’d redirect our focus to what is most likely one of the most misunderstood aspects of the Cannabis industry in America.

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We hope you enjoy it!

The C&C Team

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New Episode: Addressing Mental Health- coming soon!

The C&C Team is gearing up for it’s newest episode on addressing mental health issues with cultural historian, Dr Katy Layton-Jones, and former Male Welfare Officer at the University of Oxford, Joseph Uhlar.

Stay tuned!

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C&C announcement, media

The Coffee & Cocktails Podcast/ blog is now on Patreon!

Patreon

The Coffee & Cocktails podcast and blog is now on Patreon! For as little as £1 per month you can help support the C&C team in order to keep the show going. For information, just click on our link below!

https://www.patreon.com/coffeeandcocktailspodcast

 

C&C announcement, education, history, Religion

COVID series: Starting June 6th!

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We’re finally getting back into the rhythm of things starting with our COVID series, Saturday June 6th. We’re kicking it off with religious sister, Professor Emerita, and custodian of the English cemetery in Florence, Italy, Dr Julia Bolton Holloway. She’ll be telling us about her incredible work educating Italy’s Roma community.

C&C announcement, media, Politics, Religion

New COVID series on ‘Coffee & Cocktails’

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Apologies for the silence but C&C is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a COVID series starting this June. Rather than wait for the studio to open, we’ll be taking advantage of Zoom and recording live (bloopers and all!)

If you’d like to get in on the action and have ideas for future episodes, please feel free to contact us! Otherwise, anticipate several new episodes in the next several weeks/ months including mental health issues in higher education, educating the Roma in Florence, Italy, and the confusing world of Cannabis law in America.

C&C announcement, education

Episode 14: Diversity in academia

‘Coffee & Cocktails’ has just released a new episode focusing on diversity (or the lack thereof) in academia. Our guest speakers include Dr Alia Amir of Uppsala University, Dr Manali Kumar of the National University of Singapore and Amir Massoumian of SOAS.

Please feel free to subscribe to our show, as well as follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

If you’d like to participate in future shows and/or have an idea you’d like to share, you can contact us via the host’s website at annwand.com

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Episode 13- How to Network

I’m not going to lie, this interview was so much fun to do. Thanks again to Dr John Paulas, PhD and Dr Anna Marie Trester for being in the show. Your tips and tactics on how to network are invaluable. 

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Our next episode is coming up on ‘How to network’- Stay tuned!

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John Paulas

‘Coffee & Cocktails’ is hosting a new episode in a few days’ time called ‘How to network’. Our guest-speakers include Dr John Paulas, PhD, President of PhD Matters Ltd and Dr Anna Marie Trester, Founder of Career Linguist. Stay tuned! #academicchatter #phdchat

C&C announcement, education, Environment, Teaching resources

Looking for guest-speakers for next month’s podcast: Women and people of color in academia

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If you would like to participate in what will undoubtedly be a very insightful and fruitful discussion on the importance of diversity in academia (both in terms of the role of diversity in literature and in the academy), please feel free to contact our director, Dr Ann Wand.  

C&C announcement, Careers, education, history, Politics

Episode 12: How to have impact inside and outside of academia

C&C has just released its newest episode on ‘How to have impact inside and outside of academia’. Our guest-speakers were Dr Markus J. Prutsch of the European Parliament and Heidelberg University and Dr Alix Green of the University of Essex, both of whom provided an interesting account on the role that academics can play in traditionally non-academic settings.