Dr. Matthew Hughes is the Engagement Manager for Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation and oversees the Stewards of the Wild program. Matt received his Doctorate degree in Parks and Recreation Management from Clemson University in 2015. Since then, Matt has dedicated his life to helping people get outside and enjoy everything the outdoors has to offer, from camping and hiking, to fishing and hunting.
Episode 39: 'Electric Warrior' with Matthew Hughes
My Classic Album with Mike Norris
'My Classic Album' sees in 2021 with an album credited as the very beginning of glam rock fifty years ago. Mike and special guest Matthew Hughes from US rockers Atari Ferrari team up to discuss T.Rex's 1971 album 'Electric Warrior' Mike and Matthew explore Marc Bolan's beginnings in psychedelic folk duo Tyrannosaurus Rex and the musical journey Marc and T.Rex took to become the first and quintessential glam act in the UK in the early 70's. How has the music on 'Electric Warrior' inspired modern day bands such as the Black Keys, Arcade Fire and the White Stripes? Why did the iconic 'Get It On' spell the end for Bolan's friendship with DJ John Peel? Was second single 'Jeepster' released without Marc's blessing? PLUS: Hear 'Heartbreaker', the latest single from Atari Ferrari! Start the new year right with My Classic Album! For more information on the show: Head over to www.myclassicalbum.co.uk Like us on Facebook at 'My Classic Album with Mike Norris' Follow us on Instagram @myclassicalbumpodcast Or on Twitter @mca_podcast Music Credits: 'This Is Rock' by Silvia Marchese 'Heartbreaker' by Atari Ferrari
The Affiliate Marketing Podcast - Matthew Hughes (Top Business Tech) & SEO stories
AffiliateINSIDER - Affiliate Marketing Podcast
In the latest episode of The Affiliate Marketing Podcast, Lee-Ann Johnstone sits down with Matthew Hughes, Editor in Chief at Top Business Tech. They discuss what branded SEO is and why affiliates need to be more aware of it. They also discuss some of the best ways to boost engagement and how affiliates can change their website to be more aligned with branded SEO.Listen to this episode to get an expert insight into Branded SEO for your affiliate program. Rate, Review, & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts“I love AffiliateINSIDER’s Affiliate Marketing Podcast.” <– If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing our podcast show!Taking the time to do that, helps us support more people in our community to access digital and affiliate marketing insights, expert lead learning and the latest online marketing tactics that help Affiliate businesses grow.Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Also, if you haven’t done so already, subscribe to the podcast. We will be adding new episodes as we gear up to launch a spectacular 3RD SEASON in January 2021.Subscribe HERE!
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An hour-long conversation with Matthew Hughes, award-winning (and multiply nominated) author of more than twenty novels of fantasy, space opera, and crime fiction and numerous short stories, focusing on What the Wind Brings, his latest, a magical-realism historical novel from Pulp Literature Press. Websitematthewhughes.org Facebook@hapthorn Twitter@hapthorn Matthew Hughes’s Amazon Page The Introduction Matthew Hughes writes fantasy, … Continue reading "Episode 44: Matthew Hughes" Source
Matthew Hughes, "Britain's Pacification of Palestine" (Cambridge UP, 2019)
New Books in History
In his splendid military history of Britain's pacification of the Arab revolt in Palestine, Britain's Pacification of Palestine: The British Army, the Colonial State, and the Arab Revolt, 1936-1939 (Cambridge University Press, 2019), Professor Matthew Hughes of Brunel University shows how the British Army was so devastatingly effective against colonial rebellion in the mid to late 1930s by the Palestinian Arabs. The Army had a long tradition of pacification to draw upon to support operations, underpinned by the creation of an emergency Mandate / colonial state in Palestine. After conquering Palestine in 1917, the British established a civil Government that ruled by proclamation and, without any local legislature, the colonial authorities codified in law norms of collective punishment that the Army used in 1936. The Army used 'lawfare', emergency legislation enabled by the colonial state, to grind out the rebellion. Soldiers with support from the RAF launched kinetic operations to search and destroy rebel bands, alongside which the villagers on whom the rebels depended were subjected to curfews, fines, detention, punitive searches, demolitions and reprisals. Rebels were disorganised and unable to withstand the power of such pacification measures. Professor Hughes opus is the definitive account of the British military suppression of the Arab Revolt. Based upon voluminous archival research, It is difficult to imagine that it will be superseded anytime soon. According to Chatham Houses’ International Affairs, Britain’s Pacification of Palestine is “one of the most important and comprehensive accounts”, of this historical episode.Charles Coutinho has a doctorate in history from New York University. Where he studied with Tony Judt, Stewart Stehlin and McGeorge Bundy. His Ph. D. dissertation was on Anglo-American relations in the run-up to the Suez Crisis of 1956. His area of specialization is 19th and 20th-century European, American diplomatic and political history. He has written recently for the Journal of Intelligence History and Chatham House’s International Affairs. It you have a recent title to suggest for a podcast, please send an e-mail to Charlescoutinho@aol.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history