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Peter Shea, Creator of the Bat of Minerva, on the Show, January 2005
Peter Shea Introduces the Austria & Germany Series, Aug. 2014
Katrina Vanderberg's Bat and the Circulation of Ideas: Peter Shea, Mar. 2014
Site, Incitement, and the Bat of Minerva: Peter Shea and Danny Robinson Clark, Nov. 2013
Kirill Thompson, Professor of Foreign Languages and Literature, on Confucianism, September 2011
Susan Wagner Ginter, Painter, on Painting, September 2012
Bill Brandt, Farmer, on his Practice, July 2012
Charles Baxter, Professor of English, on his Writings, November 2009
Randall Curren, Professor of Philosophy, on Sustainability, March 2010
John Davis, Educational Administrator, and Shanti Pothapragada, Student, on Civic Service, February 2008
John Davis, Educational Administrator, on Education, May 2007
Ryan Batalden, Organic Farmer, on His Farm, August 2012
Ray Gonzalez, Professor of English, on Teaching Poetry, March 2010
Richard Altenbaugh, Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education, on Education and Society, March 2011
Richard Wilk, Professor of Anthropology, on Civilisation, March 2011
Karen Coelho, Professor of Development Studies, on Urban Planning, October 2011
Michael Dennis Browne, Professor of English, on Poetry, November 2009
Keir Neuringer, Composer, on Improvisation, February 2009
Gini Lee, Landscape Architect, on the Outback, October 2012
Angela Zito, Professor of Anthropology, on Religion, February 2013
Christopher Roberts, Professor of Law, on Human Rights, April 2012
Grey Gundaker, Professor of American Studies, on Intelligence, September 2012
Chuck Reinert, Naturopath, on his Practice, July 2012
Adair Rounthwaite, Art Historian, on Participatory Art, November 2010
Marlene Jack, Professor of Ceramics, on her Pottery, February 2013
Amy Howard, Professor of American Studies, on Public Housing, February 2010
Kathy Jensen, Actor and Writer, on Acting, August 2010
Arthur Knight, Professor of American Studies, on Cinema, February 2013
Lea Kirchner and Bryce Wolle, Gardeners, on Gardening, August 2012
George Lewis, Composer, on Computer Music, April 2009
Jeffrey Pilcher, Professor of History, on Mexican Food, August 2011
Jeff Halper, Anthropologist, on the Israel-Palestine conflict, March 2007
Madelon Sprengnether, Professor of English, on her Literary Foundations, September 2006
Judy Klein, Composer, on her Music, February 2013
Michelle Dammon Loyalka, Journalist, on China, April 2012
Kate Elise, Director, on the Fringe Festival, August 2010
Jake Marmer, Poet, on his Poetry, February 2013
Tracy Deutsch, Professor of History, on Grocery Stores, August 2011
Joel Chadabe, Composer, on Interactive Systems, February 2013
Douglas Geers, Composer, on the Spark Festival, February 2007
Jonathan Hall, Professor of Classics, on Ethnic Identity, April 2011
Andrew Newman, Professor of Anthropology, on Parks, October 2011
David Wiggins, Park Ranger, on the Mississippi Flooding, May 2011
Robin Gilette, Director of the Fringe Festival, on the Fringe, July 2009
Dafna Naphtali, Composer, on her Process, February 2013
J. B. Shank, Professor of History, on the Calculus (3 of 3), December 2008
Lewis Gilbert, Director of the Institute on the Environment, on Science Education, April 2012
Maran Wolston, Philosopher, on Philosophy and Multiple Sclerosis, September 2011
Maria Damon, Professor of English, on Friendship, November 2008
Cindy Patton, Professor of Sociology, on AIDS Treatment, April 2010