Episodi del podcast
71: Period, the Real Story of Mensuration by Kate Clancy
About half of the world deals directly with bloody menstruation, yet, we do not know much about the blood women lose every month for years to come. In this episode, Kate Clancy, professor, biological anthropologist, and researcher at the University of Illinois-Champaign, uncovers the truth for us.
A Treasury of ‘A’ishah: Mother of the Believers
In her book, A Treasury of Aishah: A Guidance from the Beloved of the Beloved, Dr. Sofia Rehman compiles 40 of Aishah’s insights and statements in a small and easy-to-read volume.Most accounts of Aishah's life, the Prophet Mohammad's third wife, have been conducted by men. Rehman can be considered one of the only female scholars who researched Aishah extensively.Sara Jamshidi talks with Rehman about the slander that Aishah had to endure, her wisdom, her wit, her intellectual capacity, and the Prophet’s believe that Muslims should take half their deen, or religion, from Aishah.
The High Cost of Being a Journalist in Iran
Niloofar Hamedi and Elahe Mohammadi were among the first journalists to cover Mahsa Amini’s death, the 22-year-old woman who was detained by Iran’s morality police for improper hijab, and then died in the hospital. Time Magazine named Hamedi and Mohammadi "two of the most Influential People of 2023". They are also awarded for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism at Harvard University.