The Hoomanist

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The Hoomanist is an independent resource of compassionate and ethical inspiration for creators and digital humanists. Hosted by Simone Salis.

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Mark Larson: It’s All About the Process
Mark Larson: It’s All About the Process
Mark Larson is a writer, interviewer, educator, and curator of many oral history projects like American Stories Continuum and Ensemble, Chicago collecting and sharing conversations about contemporary life in the United States. Professor at National-Louis University, Mark also published two books: 'Making Conversations' and 'Situations' (co-authored with Betty Jane Wagner). Inspired by Studs Terkel's work, Mr. Larson's interviews are intimate portraits of subjective experiences in our communities, shining a light (one voice at a time) on our shared social experience as human beings.
Melissa McEwen: Finding a Career That Makes You Happier
Melissa McEwen: Finding a Career That Makes You Happier
Melissa McEwen is a tech consultant and writer merging two passions and careers, publishing articles for Quartz, Submain, on Medium and more. You can check out her website and social media profiles by visiting melissamcewen.com.
Tim Kazurinsky: Life Academy
Tim Kazurinsky: Life Academy
Tim Kazurinsky is an actor, screenwriter, Saturday Night Live alumnus, and performer from the Police Academy series as Officer Sweetchuck. In the early 80s, Mr. Kazurinsky played iconic characters on SNL, like Jack Badofsky on Weekend Update, Mr Landlord, Gandhi, Hitler, and even a chimp's husband in "I Married a Monkey". As a two times Jefferson Awards nominee, Tim's experience on live stages started with the Second City in Chicago and goes on to these days as the Wizard of Oz in Wicked's itinerating company, and with the Broadway play An Act of God. He is the screenwriter of the movie About Last Night, and shared screen and stage with John Belushi, Eddie Murphy, Robin Williams, Bill Murray, Sharon Stone, and more.

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Started
Jan 4th, 2018
Latest Episode
Dec 13th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
35
Avg. Episode Length
44 minutes
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