• Body Language featuring Tatiana Desardouin

    And another one! Check out the latest episode of the EtymologyRules Podcast featuring Tatiana Desardouin, a phenomenal dancer and scholar who not only teaches dance but also the origins of certain dance styles and words associated with them. This was truly a blessing and honor!

    1h 13m - Jul 15, 2022
  • Poetry in Motion: A Conversation with the emcee Osyris Antham

    Happy National Poetry Writing Month. On this episode, you'll hear from a titan of poetry...the illustrious, 3x emcee champion, arguably the best emcee in the world, periodt...Osyris Antham. Follow him on IG @maroonwaters

    1h 20m - Apr 7, 2022
  • Let's Delve into Dyslexia Pt. 2

    We're back with another discussion about dyslexia. Check out this episode featuring an interview with educational psychologist Carllistus Obeng, as we dive into what it feels like to experience dyslexia and ways to best support young people with reading difficulties.

    56m - Mar 1, 2022
  • It's Just Semantics

    What's the meaning of your favorite word? Did the word have an original meaning that differs from its modern day? Learn about how we define words and how these words change over time in the latest episode of the ER Podcast.

    #literacy #language #reading #writing #semantics #morpholgy #etymologyrules #etymology

    55m - Feb 15, 2022
  • Let's Delve into Dyslexia Pt. 1

    EtymologyRules is back with another dynamic podcast topic- literacy and dyslexia! From the Greek dys (difficult or bad) + lexis, which comes from the confusion of the Greek legein “to read'' and the Latin legere “to speak.” There are several misconceptions about dyslexia, which I am here to dispel. Check out Let's Delve into Dyslexia,” available now!

    52m - Jan 10, 2022
  • All About Cults

    What's a cult? Where did the term come from? How do we distinguish between religions and cults? We address these questions and more in the latest EtymologyRules podcast episode about the language of "cults."

    46m - Dec 7, 2021
  • The Etymology of Black Music

    My second February podcast (sorry so late!) on the etymology of different Black musical genres. Featuring an interview with DC rapper MartyHeem. Hear his music on SoundCloud and following him on IG @thebestrapperindc.

    1h 26m - Feb 28, 2021
  • What's in a Name

    Check out the first of two podcasts specially released for Black History Month. What's in a Name discusses the etymology of the various names Black people have been called or how we have identified ourselves throughout history. How and why did these names change over time?

    1h 25m - Feb 7, 2021
  • Fyre Fest --> Psych Group

    Words matter and ideas are linked through words. Explore fraud, gender, intelligence, Israeli spies, and more with another episode of the EtymologyRules podcast.

    1h 30m - Oct 14, 2019
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