St Anne's College MCR Podcast (STAMP) presents world-class research from graduate students at St Anne's College, Oxford, in an easy and non-technical way. STAMP covers a different topic each week, touching every sphere of knowledge – from the Humanities all the way to the Social Sciences and the Sciences.Follow @PodcastStamp on Twitter and @Stamppodcast on Instagram for the latest episodes and stories!
Fresh Academic Voices – a new series with St Anne's Academic Review
An exciting new series of conversations with five contributors to St Anne's Academic Review (STAAR) – the college's very own interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal edited and published by graduates.
STAAR Editor-in-Chief, Ye-Ye Xu launches the series by introducing Naomi Hoodless, Brittany Hause, Ramani Chandramohan, Theodora Markati, and Conrado Eiroa Solans who'll be writing for the 11th Volume. Stay tuned for special insights on a range of topics – from human emotions and genetics, to Medieval French literature and the varieties of Spanish being spoken across the world.
Do I have a culture? Metaphysics and Moral Philosophy (Part 2)
Guillaume Paugam welcomes Farbod Akhlaghi, for the second time, on this episode. Farbod is a 4th year DPhil student. He specialises in moral philosophy, metaphysics and meta-metaphysics, which respectively ask questions such as: is it morally wrong to...
Is It Morally Wrong To Smoke? Metaphysics and Moral Philosophy (Part 1)
In this episode, Guillaume Paugam welcomes Farbod Akhlaghi for the first of two episodes with him. Farbod is a 4th year DPhil student. He specialises in moral philosophy, metaphysics and meta-metaphysics, which respectively ask questions such as: is it...
International Health and Infectious Diseases - a Medic's perspective (part 2)
Guillaume Paugam welcomes Karina Darbinian on the pod today, for the second of two episodes with her. Karina is a doctor from Russia, where she completed all her medical studies. She now studies for an MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine...
International Health and Infectious Diseases - a Medic's perspective (part 1)
Guillaume Paugam welcomes Karina Darbinian on the pod today, for the first of a series of two episodes. Karina is a doctor from Russia, where she completed all her medical studies. She now studies for an MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine at Oxford, a multidisciplinary degree focusing on the delivery of healthcare in low to middle-income countries. As a doctor, Karina specialised in infectious diseases, a passion she discovered late in her studies. On today's episode, in addition to presenting her current degree, Karina tells us all about one of her jobs before coming to Oxford - working as an infectious disease specialist in Moscow's largest hospital, mostly with people with HIV and addictions. In next week's episode, she discusses how she left this position to go volunteer in a rural clinic in Guatemala, and how that influenced her path to Oxford!
Teaching European Languages and Mandarin in British Secondary Schools
Guillaume Paugam welcome Ye-Ye Xu in this episode. Ye-Ye is studying for a PGCE in European Languages and Mandarin, a choice she made after reading law during her undergraduate degree. She talks about training to be a teacher in British secondary...
Incredible variety of experiences and both human and intelectual depth. Such high caliber guests! I want more! Bravo Guillaume.