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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joseph Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joseph Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joseph Kelly. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joseph Kelly, often where they are interviewed.

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S2 Ep. 65 Joseph Kelly - Actor/Producer - Bumble Bee, Training Day, A Star Is Born, Clown Motel and MORE!

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Tattness catches up with Joseph Kelly who was in films such as Training Day and A Star Is Born. He's also a producer who has produced and acted in Clown Motel and Clown Motel 2 and many others. So what does an actor/Producer do to unwind in his down time? Play video games of course! But which games? We talk about that and more.
Oct 17 2020 · 41mins
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Clown Motel Day Part 3 - In the mind of Writer Joseph Kelly

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Continuing our day of the Clown, we have the writer and director of Clown Motel - Spirits Arise, Joseph Kelly.  

We had a good time talking about the Clown Motel and his other projects.  Check him out https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0446525/?ref_=fn_al_nm_2

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Aug 30 2020 · 35mins

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Clown Motel: Spirits Arise (2019) Movie Review (Directed By Joseph Kelly)

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Clown Motel follows a group of ghost hunters, coming from an old ghost town and a bachelorette party, returning home from Las Vegas. When the groups meet up, by mistake, they're left to discover if the motel is really abandoned and haunted by the souls, of the clowns, that once lived there.

May 23 2020 · 3mins
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Amanat Agung Tuhan Yesus | The Great Commission - September 2019 / Ps. Joseph Kelly (29 Sep - 2nd Service)

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Sep 30 2019 · 43mins
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Joseph Kelly: Marooned: Jamestown, Shipwreck, and a New History of America’s Origin

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Marooned: Jamestown, Shipwreck, and a New History of America’s Origin – Jospeh Kelly – 978-1-63286-777-3 – Bloomsbury – Hardcover – 512 pages – $32 – October 30, 2018 – ebook versions available at lower prices

I really enjoy reading books about American history, and especially lately, books that explore some of the stories and moments that are foundational to the history of this continent, but are not well known or well told. And I’ve also become extremely concerned about gaining a better and more nuanced understanding of those stories that have been told solely from the perspective of the European (white) perspective that dominates our historical narrative, and thus our understanding of ourselves.

Joseph Kelly’s Marooned is just such a book, and I was immediately drawn to it. This is an insightful re-examination of the 1607 Jamestown settlement, the story of which really should replace the Mayflower colony’s position as America’s founding Puritan-centric myth.

In fact, the multiple stories of Europeans’ initial contact with the native peoples who fully inhabited North, Central and South America all require a complete re-examination, and I have been reading several books that provide insight into the way these continents were conquered by the marauding Europeans and their violence and diseases.

Marooned is about much more than just the Jamestown settlement. The book begins by recounting the settlement’s really awful circumstances. Most of those early settlers died of disease or starvation or deserted to the local tribes for protection. The workings of the Virginia Company that was set up to colonize and exploit the supposedly “virgin” New World are fascinating and in some ways depressingly familiar to our modern large scale version of unrestrained capitalism.

The traditional blame for the miseries of Jamestown’s early years goes to those leaders who failed to manage their “lazy” colonists, as opposed to those who were ready, willing and able to literally whip them into shape. But Kelly makes it clear that because it was the aristocrats who wrote the documents on which our traditional history relies, the real story may be, likely is, significantly different. Kelly finds ample evidence that the colonists who were cast into the wilderness, “marooned” from home and trying to survive, experienced a far different reality than their leaders. Many of them had a nascent understanding that Britain’s rigid class structure would not work in this different environment, and that their actual survival required a far more equitable system of governance. In fact, there were many uprisings and expressions of rebellion, all of which were put down, although a limited electoral oligarchy emerged during the course of the 17th century in the Virginia colony.

There are many side trips and journeys throughout this engaging narrative. The story of the castaways from one of the resupply ships on Bermuda, truly a story of being marooned, is striking.  Nine ships en route to re-supply Jamestown in 1609 were hit hard by a hurricane, a storm of extreme high winds and waves, and one ship, the Sea Adventure, with some of the key leaders of the expedition on board, was wrecked on the shores of the Bermudas. The crew reached one of the islands in safety, and almost a year later, after building two boats by hand, they sailed again for Jamestown, and somewhat surprisingly, were able to reach their destination not long after departing from Bermuda. This story circulated widely in London, and may well have inspired Shakespeare’s great play, The Tempest. The timing is certainly right for that to be the case.

Kelly contributes a significantly better understanding of the Powhatan Confederacy’s formation and politics before and during the settlement period, as well as the fluidity between the cultures of the native peoples and the colonists. Marooned is not just the story of the Europeans and their conquest, but successfully weaves together the the narrative of the struggles of native peoples of that time and place in their powerful efforts to survive the arrival of the brutal land grabbing English settlers and the lives of the colonists at the lower ends of the social strata, whose stories we rarely, if ever, get to know.

It is a pleasure to discover such a good writer and story teller as Joe Kelly is. In this book, he truly brings history alive through its people, and with a narrative built on a solid grounding of research and a deeper understanding of the complexities of perspective than many other historians.

Joseph Kelly holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of Texas, Austin, and is a professor of literature and director of Irish and Irish American Studies at the College of Charleston. He is the author of America’s Longest Siege: Charleston, Slavery, and the Slow March Toward Civil War, and the editor of the Seagull Reader series. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina. Joe’s blog can be found here.

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Mar 18 2019 · 39mins
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Ep. 84: America was Founded by Runaways & Renegades, with Joseph Kelly, Part 1

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Professor Joseph Kelly joins us today to talk about his book Marooned and how much of our understanding about the beginning of the New World is simply names of people and approximately when they died. Stephen Hopkins, a passenger on the Sea Venture which shipwrecked in Bermuda in 1609, is an exception to that trend.

Who is America’s real founding father? What did the Virginia Company do in 1608-1609? Was Jamestown a utopia or a dystopia? Did the Virginia Company have any leadership to guide it? Did they have any real power? What was the difference between colonial Virginia and colonial Bermuda? What is a doctrine of mutual consent?

Further Reading:

Marooned: Jamestown, Shipwreck, and a New History of America’s Origin, written by Joseph Kelly

The Thanksgiving Story You’ve Probably Never Heard, written by Joseph Kelly

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Dec 11 2018 · 31mins
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Conversations with New Zealand Photographers Joseph Kelly

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A chat with the UK turned Wellington based photographer, Joseph Kelly.
Joseph is from Kent in England, he went to study photography in Brighton and after a bit of messing about on cruise ships and at old skool photo labs he moved to Wellington with his Kiwi wife. From Wellington he started off assisting and slowly built up to be one of the leading New Zealand advertising photographers. He came in for a chat in 2018 about his time at University and starting out again in Wellington.
Nov 09 2018 · 34mins
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Crypto as Collateral w/ Joseph Kelly (Unchained Capital)

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On this podcast Mark sits down with Joseph Kelly, the CEO and Cofounder of Unchained Capital, a financial services company offering USD loans to individuals interested in using crypto as collateral. Joseph is a serial entrepreneur who previously served as the CEO of Infochimps, a big data company whose clients now include telecom giants like Cisco. The pair discuss the regulatory lending landscape, tax law, crypto-economics, and how increasing liquidity can fuel growth in the industry.


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Jun 27 2018 · 40mins
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Joseph Kelly: Catholic Relief Services

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Joseph Kelly is a Fordham University alum from the International Political Economy and Development program or (IPED). He’s been working with the Catholic Relief Services and was recently awarded Fordham’s Swanstrom-Baerwald (Swan-strum, BEAR-wald) Award.  It recognizes members of the Fordham community for their commitment to the service of faith and the promotion of justice.

Jun 01 2013 · 30mins