2.10 - Time and Community in Medieval Schools with Sarah Lynch
History of Education Society UK Podcast
We're excited to share a special guest episode today from our colleagues at HEQ&A, the official podcast of History of Education Quarterly. They have an outstanding archive of episodes, but given the interdisciplinary focus of this season, today I thought we’d share an interview they did with Sarah Lynch, where she discusses her most recent article, Marking Time: Making Community in Medieval Schools. Her work embraces methods from sociology and anthropology and is a really interesting look at the temporal frameworks of education.Dr Sarah Lynch is a historian of medieval education in France, focusing on the socio-economic context of schools, pupils, and teachers, as well as the significance of such instruction within local cultures and communities. Her research revolves around elementary and grammar education in the medieval world and her current projects centre on educational legacies in late-medieval French wills, education in the global Middle Ages, and the medieval year. A transcript of the episode is available at the History of Education Society website, along with more information about our events, publications and conferences. You can follow the History of Education Society UK on Twitter and keep up-to-date with the latest research in The History of Education journal.
Season 2, Episode 84: Preparing Daughters for Puberty with Sarah Lynch
Live Well Anyway
Today on the Live Well Anyway podcast, host MacKenzie Koppa chats with Patreon member Sarah Lynch all about how to prepare growing girls to navigate puberty. Topics they address include choosing period products, talking to girls about how their bodies work, talking to boys about what their sisters are going through, and other hygiene and skin care products. JOIN US ON PATREON Live Well Together! Patreon Community LINKS MENTIONED Live Well Planned Cohort Application Follow MacKenzie on Instagram @mackenziekoppa Sign up for MacKenzie’s newsletter “Well, anyway…” Subscribe to MacKenzie’s YouTube Channel Live Well Anyway Facebook Group L. Products at Target.com Moody Month app Organic How-to Video Saalt Flex Primally Pure discount code: livewell for 10% off Lume Billie WHERE TO FIND THE SHOW Apple Podcasts Google Play Music Spotify Player FM VISIT OUR SPONSORS Plan to Eat - Get 60 Days FREE when you go sign up for a trial at plantoeat.com/livewell. Acorn TV - Try Acorn FREE for 30 days when you go to Acorn.tv and use promo code livewell. Bonafide - Get 20% OFF your first purchase when you subscribe for any product, go to hellobonafide.com and use code livewell. Ossa - Visit StartEngine.com/Ossa to partner with Ossa Collective to become one of the first podcast network owned by its listeners and members. SHOP WITH US THROUGH AMAZON Thank you for using our Amazon affiliate links to support the show! Girls Growing Up Idea Board Honey Pot products In the Flo by Alisa Vitti Yes to Coconut Micellar Water CeraVe Hydrating Facial Cleanser Farmacy Cleansing Balm COSRV Blackhead Power Liquid Teddy’s Organic Rosehip Oil Tinkle Razor
Now THIS was hilariously funny!! Come take a listen to this story! Sarah shares her least favorite word AND sound and I DARE you not to laugh. We also talk about something she's never shared before and it's beautifully said. This was a conversation for the ages. Enjoy this one, people.
Sarah Lynch chats to Caradh about sports sponsorship
On today's iScore Caradh chatted to Client Director with Core Sponsorship, Sarah Lynch. Sarah talked about how the FAI have been able to turn around their image and land some historic sponsorship deals.She also spoke about how Covid 19 impacted sport sponsorship and the creativity of brands to adapt to the current climate. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We are delighted that for this weeks podcast, we had the pleasure of sitting down and chatting to the amazingly talented Sarah Lynch and Rory Doyle. We chat to Sarah and Rory about their life in music and the journey it has taken them on. The duo have played alongside a long list of household names and have criss-crossed the globe in the process. Two totally unassuming individuals but once you scratch the surface, you get a real feeling for the talent they hold and why they are both so highly regarded in their respective fields.
In this episode we hear how Sarah's business snowballed for swimming lessons even before she actually thought it was going to be a business. Sarah tells us about her newest venture Ebb & Flow and also how COVID-19 effected both businesses and how she intends on coming back with a bang once restrictions lift. @ebbandflowswimming@biztrepreneurpodcast@kevinross1996 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Full blown power in this episode brought to you by our guest Sarah Lynch who is turning “girl talk” on its head. She has stepped wholeheartedly into the power of her own gifts and is revolutionizing discussions on relationships, business goals and outcomes. She’s helping women feel good in their bodies & tap into their feminine energy so they can create powerful results in all areas of their life. She’s a life coach, menstrual cycle advocate and plant medicine mama to three beautiful kids. She loves a good glass of red wine and can often be found dancing in her kitchen or with her nose in a book. She believes there is nothing more powerful than women supporting women to rise up in this world and be who they were meant to be. Oh and PS...she is so much FUN! Indulge in this super vibrant discussion today and you’ll be sharing it with your girlfriends, guaranteed! SHOW NOTES
Season 2 Episode 6: All things Conclave with Roy Hopkins and Sarah Lynch!
Life in the Fast Chain: A Blockchain Podcast from R3
Catherine sits down with R3 software engineer Roy Hopkins to talk about what problems Conclave is trying to solve! She first grabs R3 offering manager Sarah Lynch to talk about real world use cases for a platform like Conclave and why it's important. This episode is especially useful if you want a high level understanding of Conclave first and then a deep dive shortly after. Listen on your favorite podcast app. Roy Hopkins LinkedIn Sarah Lynch LinkedIn Catherine Rutter LinkedIn TwitterProduced by Conan Brophy
This week, Be Grand becomes Bflat Grand as our guest is the composer Sarah Lynch, who has composed for film, television, and gaming. One of the most powerful tools a movie has to tell its story is music. From the excitement of “Raiders of the Lost Ark” to the sadness of “Schindler’s List”, a good score can elevate a scene into greatness. Sarah joins Andy to chat about the process of creating a score for film and computer games, and what it feels like to go from playing the fiddle to get into pubs as a teenager, to hearing the John Williams orchestra play your score. She also chats about being mistaken for Ed Sheeran’s “Galway Girl” and playing music for the TV phenomenon “Normal People”, having lived the “Normal People” life in Trinity College herself. Sarah currently features as part of Women in Harmony whose cover of “Dreams” is raising money for Safe Ireland. This wonderful project also features Be Grand’s good pal Niamh Farrell, plus tonnes of other incredible artists whilst raising money for an incredible worthy cause. You can find more info on Sarah’s Twitter page linked below and you can donate to Safe Ireland by texting SAFE to 50300 to donate 4euro. https://twitter.com/lynchsc