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Robert Gilmer, Postdoc in Native American History, on Oil and Water, June 2010
Rick Duque, Professor of Social Studies of Science, on Transplanting Science, April 2011
Randel Hanson, Professor of Geography, on the Robust Food Movement, October 2012
Rachel Jendrzejewski, Playwright, on Ephemeral Performances, April 2012
Peter Kerre, DJ and Community Organizer, on the North Minneapolis Tornado, July 2011
Molly Zahn, Professor of Religious Studies, on Rewritten Scripture, April 2011
Melissa Rolnick, Professor of Dance, on Being a Dancer, January 2012
Mari Harries, Restaurant Owner, on her Restaurant, July 2012
Kate Roberts, Volunteer Coordinator, on her Work, July 2012
Judy Harder, Organic Farmer, on her Business, August 2012
John Bohannon, Science Writer, on Dancing Your Ph. D., April 2010
Jay Gabler, Arts Editor, on his Play-writing, August 2012
Jan Estep, Professor of Art, on her Current Projects, January 2013
Jane Curry, Historian and Performer, on the Fringe Festival, August 2011
Jack Becker, Artist, on Public Art, October 2009
Hans Tammen, Composer, on his Musical Development, February 2013
Eric Black, Journalist, on Journalistic Norms, March 2008
Dan Burk, Professor of Law, on the Fallibility of Evidence, November 2007
Charles McGovern, Professor of American Studies, on the History of Popular Culture, February 2013
Caroline Walker Bynum, Professor of Medieval History, on Western Spirituality, September 2008
Caly McMorrow, Sound Artist, on her Practice, February 2009
Madelon Sprengnether, Professor of English, on Forms and Films, November 2006
Karl Rogers, Professor of Philosophy, on Democracy, November 2011
Jose Herrera and Krystal Spinler, Restaurant Owners, on their Businesses, December 2012
Guillaume Boccara, Professor of Anthropology, on Chilean Indigenous People, April 2009
Garrick Comeaux, Founder of Consortium Carissimi, on Music as Sacrament, February 2009
Erika Donald and Xenia Pestova, Musicians, on the Digital Orchestra Project, February 2009
Eric Van Duzer, Professor of Education, on the Architecture of Magic, November 2008
Anselm Hollo, Poet and Translator, on his Life, March 2007
Ann Marie Barry, Professor of Communications, on the Neurology of Visual Communication, March 2009
Ann Juergens, Professor of Law, on the Justice, October 2012
Andrew Pask, Composer, on Performance, February 2007
Andrea Stanislav, Multimedia Artist, on her Work, February 2009
William Moseley, Professor of Geography, on Food in Botswana, June 2012
William Cunningham, Professor of Environmental Science, on Environmental Change, September 2008
Susan Buck-Morss, Professor of Political Philosophy, on Visual Imagery, February 2009
Leigh Fondakowski, Playwright, on The Laramie Project, April 2010
LeAnn Holland, Grad Student, on Adult Development, February 2013
Lawrence Venuti, Professor of English, on Translation, October 2011
Joyce Lyon, Professor of Art, on the Experience of Art, December 2012
James Stewart, Professor Emeritus of History, on Contemporary Slavery, September 2011
Geoffrey Sirc, Professor of English, on his Teaching, February 2010
Deanne and Steve Bryce, Restaurant Owners, on Food, March 2013
Caryl Clark, Professor of Musicology, on Franz Joseph Haydn, March 2008
Brad Garton, Composer, on Models of Society, February 2007
Anne Hake, Architect, on Housing in Haiti, March 2011
Oral History Workshop and Panel (Part 2): Dominique Tobbell, Barbara Sommer, Peter Shea, and Paul Hillmer, Mar. 2014
Oral History Workshop and Panel (Part 1): Dominique Tobbell, Barbara Sommer, Peter Shea, and Paul Hillmer, Mar. 2014
Ruth Mazo Karras, Professor of History, on Medieval Sexuality, July 2013
Olive Bieringa, Choreographer, and Bryce Beverlin, Physicist, on 1/2 Life, November 2009
Leigh Fondakowski, Playwright, on the Ethics of Representation, February 2008
Laurie Green, Professor of History, on the Civil Rights Movement, April 2011
Krystal Spinler, Restaurant Owner, on her Business, November 2012
Josephine Lee, Professor of English, on Theater, October 2009
Ernesto Velez Bustos, Community Organizer, on his Work, December 2012
Eric Dursteler, Professor of History, on Early Modern Identity, March 2011
Eric Avila, Professor of Urban Planning, on Cities, April 2009
Elizabeth Erickson and Patricia Olson, WARM Gallery Founders, on the Women's Art Institute, February 2013
Douglas Ewart, Sound Artist, on Play, February 2009
Dana Whitco, Director of the Center for Creative Research, on the CCR, February 2013
Carla Nappi, Professor of History, on Old Chinese Dictionaries, December 2012
Sarah Tracy, Director of Medical Humanities, on Medical Humanities, November 2008
Kairn Klieman, Professor of History, on Pre-colonial Africa, November 2007
Harry Baulisch, Food Shelf Manager, on his Life and Practice, September 2012
Catherine Levesque, Chair of Art History, on Dutch Landcapes, February 2013
Walter Enloe, Professor of Human Studies, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Tina Richards, Artist and Teacher, on Hmong Gardeners, Walnut Grove, Minnesota August 2012
Simon Gikandi, Professor of English, on Literary History, October 2009
Linda Gammel, Photographer, and Sandra Menefee Taylor, Multimedia Artist, on Roots of Renewal, February 2013
Deborah Jenson, Professor of French, on Mirror Neurons, March 2010
Christine Kliesen Wehrman, Pastor, on Theology in Art, July 2013
Andrew Light, Professor of Environmental Ethics, on Climate Change, April 2009
Marcus Nornes, Professor of Asian Cinema, on Japanese Documentary, November 2007
Laura Bridget Regan, Musician, on Finding Her Voice, August 2012
Joyce Lyon, Howard Oransky, and Christina Michelon, Curators, on the Women's Art Movement, February 2013
Jeff Hackworth, Saxophonist, on Jazz the Way the Old Guys Played, February 2013
Chandos Brown, Professor of American Studies, on Public History, February 2013
Moishe Postone, Professor of History, on his Life, April 2008
Jennifer Brier, Professor of Gender Studies, on LGBT History, April 2013
Gregory Taylor, Composer, on Javanese Gamelan, February 2007
David Chang, Professor of History, on Native American Land, May 2008
Ann Waltner, Professor of History, on Matteo Ricci's Map, July 2010
Leonard Marcus, Author, on Margaret Wise Brown, November 2009
Diane Katsiaficas, Professor of Art, on her Inspiration, January 2013
Rosalie Wahl, MN Supreme Court Judge, on the War in Iraq, Mar. 2003
Jeffrey Broadbent, Professor of Sociology, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Lisa Channer, Professor of Theater, on her Work, January 2013
Kao Kalia Yang, Author, on Hmong Identity and Writing, March 2008
Bill Foley, Photographer, and Andrea Stanislav, Professor of Art, on Dubai, December 2009
Iain Biggs, Professor of Art, on his Work, October 2012
Hanna Kite, Grad Student in Public Health, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Robin Gillette, Director of the MN Fringe, on Her Tenure, Aug. 2013
Mary Modeen, Artist, on Place and Belonging, October 2012
Juliette Cherbuliez, Professor of French, on the Medea Myth, March 2009
Ryan Skinner, Ethnomusicologist, on Mali, October 2012
Leonard Marcus, Author, on his Recent Work, February 2012
Juliet Schor, Professor of Sociology, on Conventional Economics, October 2010
Susan Whitfield, Historian and Librarian, on Historiography, January 2013
Mageen Caines, Grad Student in Public Health, on Veterans' Health, November 2012
John Reimringer and Katrina Vandenberg, Novelist and Poet, on Writing and Parenthood, June 2012