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Julia Morgan

5 Podcast Episodes

Latest 1 May 2021 | Updated Daily

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Journeys of Discovery: Exploring Julia Morgan’s Hearst ranch headquarters at Fort Hunter Liggett

Journeys of Discovery with Tom Wilmer

William Randolph Heart’s old ranch headquarters was constructed in 1930. Hearst and architect Julia Morgan’s classic, Moorish/Mission Revival structure, dubbed the Hacienda or Milpitas Ranch House, was sold to the U.S. Army in 1940. The Hacienda initially served as operations headquarters for Fort Hunter Liggett until the base facilities were constructed in the dawning days of WWII. Today the Hacienda remains as a treasured historic icon on Army base tucked in a remote valley in the Santa Lucia Mountains in southern Monterey County adjacent to Mission San Antonio . Come along and join correspondent Tom Wilmer and Lisa Cipolla, historian and Cultural Resources Program Manager at Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett for a tour of the Hacienda and tales from the past. Hearst and his friends such as Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Marian Davies, Will Rogers, and Errol Flynn would come to party at the Hacienda. Today you can book an overnight stay in one of the historic rooms where the ranch hands

24mins

20 Apr 2021

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Episode 03: Julia Morgan

She Builds Podcast

Learn about the life, work, struggles, and achievements of Julia Morgan. For show notes and more information check out our website https://www.shebuildspodcast.com/

11 Aug 2020

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Bill Moseley and Julia Morgan on the Complexity of Feeding the Planet - Episode 20 - Macalester Big Questions

Macalester Big Questions

On this episode of Macalester Big Questions, Bill Moseley, professor of geography, and Julia Morgan, a researcher from the Class of 2017, sit down with President Brian Rosenberg in front of a live audience in Seattle, WA. They discuss the complexities of feeding the planet, and how even a simple meal involves issues of economics, politics, technology, climate change, and distribution.Support the show (https://secure.macalester.edu/giving/)

45mins

13 Dec 2019

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Julia Morgan and Mary Carleton

First Women

Tessa and Janelle tell the stories of lady pioneers Julia Morgan and Mary Carleton.

1hr

26 Jul 2019

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S1-EP 12: Female Athletes & High Heel Hazards w/ Dr. Julia Morgan

The Audie Inspiring Athlete Podcast

Welcome to Episode 11, this week we will be talking about Female Athletes & High Heel Hazards .I really enjoyed this one for so many reasons, but I will share a few and let you decide the rest for yourself. One reason is, the topic came out of the blue in a conversation with a friend and one of the co-owners of F.I.T. Muscle and Joint Clinic Dr. Matthew Lane…We were spitballing ideas what we could talk about and who would be a good advocate for the topic…and Dr. Julia Morgan came to mind. That takes me to my second reason; we totally found our stride after chatting via text and meeting for the first time when we did the interview... So needless to say, Julia is amazing and passionate about our topic this week.In my research on the topic of women athletes, there were a few outlier topics…one had to do with the likelihood of women vs. man becoming injured in the same sort of sports as men. Some of the science says that due to some the differences in females such as biomechanical alignment or ligamentous laxity that injuries such as ACL tears are more predominate…Try to say that last one 5 times fast…Also, don’t worry we will get to what that is in the interview.Dr. Morgan's Contact:Julia Email: Drmorgan@fitmjc.comInstagram: @fitmjcPodcast Contact:Email: theaudieinspiringathlete@gmail.comInstagram: @theaudieinspiringathleteFacebook: @theaudieinspiringathletepodcastTwitter: @AudinspiringAthPhone: 913-585-0265 Additional Show Notes:All right that is a wrap on Ep 12, My take-aways, women or man…the injuries seem to have the same likelihood, based off what Dr. Morgan is seeing. I’d like to attribute it to the gap closing tighter in females vs. males regarding types of sports played and the opportunities to push ourselves...Which led us both down a little rabbit hole, and a topic we will touch more on in a future podcast. Regarding women eating disorders and nutrition, I strongly hope that this gap that is closing between the sports creates a more visible ripple in the pool of standards we as females set for ourselves regarding what beautiful is…and ourselves.I could go on all day on this; however, I will leave you with this final thought. We were all made with the intent to be different in our own way, we as ladies should work on feeling confident and comfortable in our own skin. Depriving yourself of nourishing food and overworking yourself to look like the latest Instagram fitness model, is corrosive in a way that can lead to nothing other than heartache, anxiety, an obsessive path that will lead you to poor health such as issues with bone density later on in life. So big takeaway there...Like anything, It doesn’t just affect you at that moment, it builds on itself, and you will pay for those habits and decisions later on in life.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theaudieinspiringath/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theaudieinspiringath/support

50mins

27 Jun 2018