Ventricles is a new podcast by the Science, Religion and Culture Program at Harvard Divinity School. Featuring interviews with scholars working at the intersection of science, religion and culture, Ventricles explores the temporal and geographical depth of knowledge production throughout the world. Season One includes episodes on Polynesian navigation techniques, the long history of time-keeping technologies, the role of the pulse in Greek, Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, and Mexico's centrality to the history of the birth control pill, among others.
Ventricles is written and produced by Shireen Hamza. You can find the podcast on iTunes, GooglePlay, Spotify, Overcast and TuneIn. Listen to Episode One on the history of timekeeping technologies and Episode Two on the history of pulse diagnosis!
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