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Welcome to Yumlish podcast, where our mission is to amplify the voices of health professionals to help you better manage chronic conditions, like type 2 diabetes, through nutrition and wellness. We discuss everything from preventative care to multicultural nutrition to the stigmatization of chronic illness. Join us every Thursday for your weekly dose of nutrition, physical activity, and all things health.
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Welcome to The Native Experience by LEXIGO, the go-to podcast for navigating translation, localization, and multicultural marketing. Join us in each episode as we delve deep into the power of delivering native experiences that go beyond mere translation. With topics ranging from translation and hyper-localisation strategies to cutting-edge technologies driving in-language content, The Native Experience offers a comprehensive look into authentic ways to reach, connect, and engage with audienc ...
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Conferenza Antroposofica sulla multiculturalità. Tutti i colori della pelle sono belli Una società, fino a ieri per tanti versi omogenea, si trova oggi di fronte a una convivenza di culture, lingue, religioni e colori della pelle tanto diversi l'uno dll'altro. Queste diversità sono fenomeni di gruppo, che tendono a far scomparire l'uomo come individuo.
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Hosted by Petronella Lugemwa, the “I Am Multicultural” Podcast explores what it means to be multicultural by sharing stories of love of various interracial, multiracial, mixed, biracial, blended, interfaith couples, families & friends.
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Hi, I’m Lynda, aka MommyPowers: biracial Latina, blogging at MixedBlessingsBlog.com. Why “Mixed?” I’m biracial, hubby is Black, and our sons are all of the above! I’m a Texas native, raising my family in California. I cover food, family, travel, and life, from a multicultural perspective. This podcast will be an extension of my blog, and give me an opportunity to discuss ALL the things, from mental health to CBD, anxiety to dysfunctional families, narcissists to introverts . . . Errythang! Y ...
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En este episodio se discutirá el tema de la multiculturalidad enfatizando las diferencias en relación no solo en la cultura, sino en la diversidad y equidad, y cómo éstas se integran en la importancia de que un PHL tenga en mente el concepto de multiculturalidad y el desarrollo y diferencias del lenguaje.
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Have you ever felt missed understood, misplaced, or like you don’t belong in the space you are in? Have you struggled to find a sense of self? Do you feel like no matter how hard you try you’re never going to measure up or fit in ? And you’re not sure if you even want to. Welcome to The Puffy Hair Podcast. Where misfits with brown skin and curly hair rule! Whether you’re a brown person adopted by lighter folk or raised in an interracial family, you belong here. Our upbringing made us hella w ...
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The Multicultural Middle Ages
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The Multicultural Middle Ages

Will Beattie, Jonathan Correa Reyes, Reed O'Mara, & Logan Quigley

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The Multicultural Middle Ages is a podcast where medievalists from all professional and disciplinary tracks can come together to think and talk about the too-oft-unsung diversity of the Middle Ages. We offer public-facing, open access content directed at experts and non-experts alike to present updated, accurate, and culturally responsible accounts of the plurality of the medieval period. Series producers: Will Beattie, Jonathan Correa Reyes, Reed O'Mara, and Logan Quigley. Our podcast is ma ...
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Bilingual Kids Rock Podcast is your place to connect with multilingual families, language experts, and passionate authors from around the world. We share actionable tips and motivational stories. Learn from our experiences so your journey raising multilingual children is enjoyable, manageable, and successful.
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In today’s Episode, we are thrilled to welcome Monica Moreno. Join us as we explore the strategies, challenges, and future trends that influence the way we communicate and make informed food choices. Monica will shed light on the impact of accurate nutrition messaging, and how it shapes healthier lifestyles. Monica is the founder and owner of Essen…
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On this episode of The Native Experience Podcast, it’s our absolute pleasure to welcome back Kate Edwards. This is part 2 of our conversation with Kate so if you haven’t already, do yourself a favor and listen to part 1. Kate is the CEO and principal consultant of Geogrify, a consultancy which innovated content culturalization, as well as the CXO a…
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In today’s episode, we are honored to have Dr. Karen Corbin. Dr. Corbin will discuss optimizing gut health through diet, especially in the context of diabetes. Tune in for valuable insights that bridge the gap between research and real-world applications in the realm of nutrition and health. Clinical Translational Scientist at the AdventHealth Tran…
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In today’s episode, we introduce Jennifer Ventrelle, a renowned expert in cognitive health and lifestyle habits. With over two decades of experience in clinical nutrition, physical activity, and mindfulness-based interventions, Jennifer’s work has a profound impact on preventing cognitive decline. She’s been a key player in MIND Diet and leading th…
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On this episode of The Native Experience Podcast, we welcome Kate Edwards, CEO and principal consultant of Geogrify, as well as CXO and Co-Founder of SetJetters. With an impressive 30-year career in the gaming industry, Kate delves into the intricate world of culturalization, highlighting its significance in creating culturally appropriate games. S…
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In today’s episode, we welcome Diana Figueroa, a dedicated registered dietitian with expertise in mindful and intuitive eating at Doherty Nutrition. With a strong background in clinical nutrition and a holistic approach to health, Diana shares her insights into fostering healthier relationships with food. Join us as we explore the principles of min…
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Have you ever felt missed understood, misplaced, or like you don’t belong in the space you are in? Have you struggled to find a sense of self? Do you feel like no matter how hard you try you’re never going to measure up or fit in ? And you’re not sure if you even want to. Welcome to The Puffy Hair Podcast. Where misfits with brown skin and curly ha…
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***Note: The views that the guest, Christina Badaracco, expresses are from her own perspective and not of the company’s*** In today’s episode, we welcome Christina Badaracco, a registered dietitian and a dedicated researcher and advocate aiming to transform healthcare through nutrition. She discusses her mission to elevate the role of nutrition ser…
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In this episode of The Native Experience Podcast, we welcome back Renato Beninato, chairman and co-founder of Nimdzi Insights. This is the second episode to feature Renato because his extensive knowledge and expertise is too valuable not to share! Renato tells the story of how his consultancy work with Uber came about and resulted in them saving th…
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Alisha Burrell unravels her transformative journey from anger to love. Discover low-impact workouts like Kemetic yoga, meditation, and nature connection. Explore yoga's physical and mental benefits, its power to enhance mindfulness, and the science behind improved flexibility and mobility. Alisha Burrell M.Ed. is a Kemetic yoga teacher and wellness…
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In today’s episode, we welcome Dr. Sara Bleich, a leading policy expert and researcher who specializes in the prevention of diet-related conditions, food insecurity, and racial inequality, as she discusses the critical issues driving inadequate nutrition in underserved populations. We’ll explore how access to healthy food options plays a pivotal ro…
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In this episode, we are joined by esteemed endocrinologist Dr. Dominguez, as she provides an overview of the GLP-1 receptor agonists drugs like Ozempic, a medication typically used for diabetes patients to lower blood sugar levels, now being used as a weight loss tool. Dr. Dominguez is an Assistant Professor Clinical Medicine in the department of E…
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In this episode, we're unlocking the secrets to a healthy and vibrant journey from pregnancy to parenthood. We'll explore key nutrients, food do's and don'ts, trimester-specific needs, the power of probiotics, and nourishing your baby's brain. Whether you're a mom-to-be or a new parent, get ready to fuel your family's future with expert advice and …
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Scholar Georgios Makris reflects on his experiences with researching and writing his article, “Jewelry and People in the Byzantine Cemetery of Parapotamos, Epiros,” which appears in Speculum 98:4. Jewelry reflecting the tastes, needs, and practices of past users across all social strata constitutes one of the most representative portable arts in th…
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In this episode we sit down with Dr. Melena Bellin to discuss chronic pancreatitis. We discover its symptoms, risk factors, its connection to diabetes as well as Islet transplantation. Dr. Melena Bellin is a physician and Professor of Pediatric Endocrinology at the University of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital.…
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In this episode of The Native Experience, we welcome Sören Eberhardt. Sören is a Global Site Manager at Microsoft, who has over 25 years of experience in the field of internationalization and localization. His extensive experience spans multiple roles and aspects, from being a translator, localization engineer, and program manager, to teaching loca…
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What does it mean to experience a sacred text? How did Buddhism make its way from south Asia to the Japanese archipelago? How did the adoption of Buddhism impact the Japanese Middle Ages? Join Jon Correa Reyes and Reed O'Mara for a conversation with Charlotte Eubanks, where they discuss some of the many ways in which Buddhist beliefs and practices …
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In this episode we sit down with Dr. Guy Crosby as he provides us insight beyond the dining table and into the labs and kitchens where innovation meets tradition. Several years ago Guy retired from teaching food science and chemistry at both the Harvard School of Public Health and Framingham State University and now spends most of his time writing.…
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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Smith to delve into how family history and upbringing shape an individual's weight beliefs and management practices. We uncover examples of how family members' experiences with weight, both positive and negative, can significantly impact how we view our own bodies. Additionally, we discuss the influence of cult…
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On this episode of The Native Experience, we welcome Josef Kubovsky, CEO of Nimdzi Insights. In our conversation, we talk about localisation and the importance of understanding the intricacies and nuances of local markets. We discuss the role of branding companies in international expansion and address how critical errors in marketing campaigns, su…
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In this episode, we are thrilled to welcome Dr. Patricia Davidson, a renowned dietitian expert to talk about Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT), to delve into the profound impact of personalized dietary approaches, dispel fad diets from facts, and utilizing MNT to manage and prevent chronic diseases. Dr. Patricia Davidson is a Professor in the Nutriti…
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Join us in this episode as we welcome Dr. Makaryus, a renowned cardiologist, to explain the compelling link between diabetes and heart health. Learn about the often overlooked phenomenon of silent heart attacks, their early warning signs, and the distinct considerations for individuals with diabetes. Dr. Amgad N. Makaryus currently serves as the ch…
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On this episode of The Native Experience, we welcome Tony Lee, Head of Strategy at Lexigo. In our conversation, we discuss marketing and storytelling, and its inherent ability to subtly and no-so-subtly influence people. We compare and contrast multiversal, superhero TV shows with marketing campaigns, delving into the ways both these mediums delive…
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Join your episode co-hosts Kersti Francis (BU) and Misho Ishikawa (NYU) for a lively conversation with Chris Chism (UCLA) about prequels that attempt to "diversify" preexisting fantasy IP. Together Kersti, Misho, and Chris discuss the racial politics of The Lord of the Rings and the new Rings of Power series based on Tolkien's Silmarillion. Through…
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Today we delve into the concept of health equity disparities and explore how social determinants of health, such as housing instability and limited resources, intersect with the health challenges faced by homeless communities. Discover the innovative strategies Dr. Persaud's work employs to combat these barriers head-on. Join us in this enlightenin…
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In this episode as Dr. Armstrong sheds light on the connections between diabetes, neuropathy, foot ulcers, and the critical risk factors for developing these conditions and how “knocking your socks off” can reduce the risk of foot amputations. Dr. Armstrong is Professor of Surgery at Keck School of Medicine of USC. He is the leading clinical resear…
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In this episode we speak with Dr. Christine Limonte about her insight on diabetic kidney disease. Dr. Christine shares how diabetes affects kidney health and what individuals with diabetes can do to keep their kidneys healthy Christine Limonte is a nephrologist at the University of Washington. Her research focuses on mechanisms underlying diabetic …
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In today’s episode, we are in conversation with Marissa Arnone as she discusses the difference between processed, ultra-processed, and whole foods to help us understand the types of foods we consume. We’ll explore the wide range of food choices on the market while examining their effects on society and our health. Marissa became a personal trainer …
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On this episode of The Native Experience, we welcome Lisa Tribuzio, Co-Create Facilitator with LEXIGO and also Manager at Lotus Consulting. In our conversation, we delve into the evolving landscape of DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion), the challenges faced, and the political undertones surrounding diversity. We explore the importance of person…
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In today’s episode, registered dietitian, Toby Amidor helps us define junk food, address marketing's role in increased consumption of such food, and explains the adverse effects the junk foods can have on weight and chronic diseases. Toby provides accessible alternatives and tips for avoiding/reducing junk food, promoting mindful eating and a suppo…
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What did medieval music sound like? How can we read and perform the musical notation from medieval manuscripts? What does singing and playing music written before 1500 actually feel like? How did the early music tradition carry forward into the seventeenth century? In this episode, Reed O'Mara interviews musicologists Elena Mullins Bailey and Allis…
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On this episode of The Native Experience, it’s part two with Ewandro Magalhaes, former Chief Interpreter in the United Nations system, interpreter trainer, language technology advocate, and co-founder of KUDO! Today, we discuss some of the cultural experiences Ewandro has had in his career, the role of technology in Language Services, and the impor…
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Dr. Crippen shares his personal journey towards alternative medicine and a holistic approach in managing autoimmune diseases. Dr. Crippen explains general foods that commonly fit within an autoimmune diet and the benefits these foods have as well as common foods to reduce including those that can trigger inflammation. Also, stay until the end for a…
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On this episode of The Native Experience, we welcome Ewandro Magalhaes, former Chief Interpreter in the United Nations system, interpreter trainer, and language technology advocate. Ewandro is also a co-founder of KUDO. Ewandro shares his experiences as an interpreter for Heads of State and Government, as well as his thoughts on the challenges of t…
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In this episode, we discuss nutrition and nutritional literacy in the Chinese community with Amy Yiu, a passionate advocate in this field. We explore unique challenges, cultural factors, and differences between immigrants and native-born individuals. We also touch on popular diets, traditional Chinese medicine, common misconceptions, and the impact…
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On this episode of The Native Experience, Cynthia Dearin, the founder of Dearin & Associates, joins us to discuss her experience in the international business world. She has some pretty crazy stories to share initially! Cynthia also shares insights from her two books and discusses the importance of understanding local cultures and preferences when …
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In today's episode, Dr. Rana Malek discusses the topic of prediabetes in women's health. She provides valuable insights into the causes of prediabetes, explores the relationship between prediabetes and metabolic syndrome, and sheds light on the potential reversibility of prediabetes. Join us as we dive deeper into these intriguing aspects and more …
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On this episode of The Native Experience, Jorge Russo dos Santos, the Localization Program Manager at Block, joins us to share his extensive experience in localization and creating truly native experiences for diverse audiences. We dive into some stories and experiences that discuss the impact of technology on daily tasks, social media's effect on …
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Scholar François•e Charmaille reflects on their experiences with researching and writing their article, “Trans Climates of the European Middle Ages, 500 to 1300,” which appears in Speculum 98:3. This article gathers evidence of a distinct strand of writing in Western Europe from the sixth century onwards, which concerns itself with the relation bet…
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In this episode, Dr. Rishi Rikhi explores the link between lipoprotein(a), hypertension, and cardiovascular disease. We discuss the presence of lipoprotein(a) and hypertension in cardiovascular diseases, as well as strategies for managing these levels to prevent such diseases. Dr. Rihki is a Cardiovascular Medicine Fellow at Atrium Health Wake Fore…
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On this episode of The Native Experience, we welcome Renato Beninatto, Chairman and Co-Founder of Nimdzi Insights, to discuss the complexities of translation and localization. Renato shares his experiences as a Third Culture Kid and explains the importance of being able to adapt to different environments. Renato had a fascinating experience as a co…
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What can we learn from those who came before us? How does the art we make reflect and define who we are? And why is the medieval past just so interesting? In this conversation with the MMA’s Logan Quigley, filmmaker Caroline Golum reflects on these questions and more as she discusses creating her most recent film, “Revelations of Divine Love,” whic…
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In this episode, we dive into a conversation with Carrie Dennet about the concept of intuitive eating. We explore the definition of intuitive eating, its underlying purpose, the numerous advantages it offers, and the specific individuals who can benefit the most from adopting this "anti-diet" eating style. Carrie Dennet, MPH, RDN, is a Pacific Nort…
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Today on The Native Experience, we welcome Konstantin Savenkov, CEO and co-founder of Intento. Intento helps large companies translate 20x times more on the same budget and make their customer and employee experience instantly multilingual in 450+ languages. We dive right into Chat GPT and the impacts GPT has on the translation industry. We discuss…
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In this episode, we speak with Lauren Plunkett about her experience of living with type one diabetes and how she has learned to manage this condition as a dietitian. Lauren shares how her personal journey has influenced her professional work and how she leverages her unique perspective to assist others in managing their conditions. She also sheds l…
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Today, on The Native Experience, we are joined by Angelo Berbotto, National President of the Australian Institute of Translators and Interpreters (AUSIT). We talk about the importance of context in translation, the challenges of interpreting technical topics, and the value of NAATI certification for translators in Australia. We also explore the cha…
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In this episode, Dr. Nilay Shah joins us to discuss the prevalence of cardiovascular disease, such as heart failure and ischemic heart disease, among Asian American subgroups. Dr. Shah sheds light on the specific groups of Asian Americans who are most affected by these conditions, discusses the “healthy immigrant effect”, and identifies some of the…
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Today, on The Native Experience, we are joined by Andrzej Nedoma, co-founder and ex-CEO of XTRF Management Systems! Andrzej shares his journey with XTRF, moving into a mentoring and advising role with Nedoma.io, and how it’s allowed him opportunities to help and impact others. Andrzej also shares his experiences and tips from being in the translati…
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On this episode of The Native Experience, Erika Gonzalez from RMIT University and the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators joins us! Erika shares personal stories of her upbringing in Spain and political turmoil in the Basque region. It definitely had an impact on her perspective and who she is today. Our discussion emphasizes the i…
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