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Carla Nappi, Professor of History, on Old Chinese Dictionaries, December 2012
Cherif Keita, Professor of French, on Mali, November 2012
Christine Baeumler, Artist, on her Work, December 2012
Christopher Roberts, Professor of Law, on Human Rights, April 2012
Chuck Reinert, Naturopath, on his Practice, July 2012
Claire Leslie, Human Rights Worker, on her Practice, April 2012
David Strom, Artist, on His Paintings, July 2012
Dominic Jones, Water Plant Manager, on his Work, July 2012
Erika Holmquist-Wall and Donald Myers, Curators, on Swedish Art, November 2012
Gerry Kearns, Professor of Human Geography, on Public Geographies, October 2012
Gini Lee, Landscape Architect, on the Outback, October 2012
Grey Gundaker, Professor of American Studies, on Intelligence, September 2012
Harriet Tarlo and Judith Tucker, Poet and Painter, on their Collaboration, October 2012
Iain Biggs, Professor of Art, on his Work, October 2012
Jay Gabler, Arts Editor, on his Play-writing, August 2012
John Reimringer and Katrina Vandenberg, Novelist and Poet, on Writing and Parenthood, June 2012
Joyce Lyon, Professor of Art, on the Experience of Art, December 2012
Kathleen Ryor, Professor of Art History, on Ming Dynasty Art, November 2012
Ken Meter, Food Systems Analyst, on the American Third World, September 2012
Laura Bridget Regan, Musician, on Finding Her Voice, August 2012
Leigh Payne, Professor of Sociology, on Human Rights, April 2012
Leonard Marcus, Author, on his Recent Work, February 2012
Lewis Gilbert, Director of the Institute on the Environment, on Science Education, April 2012
Mageen Caines, Grad Student in Public Health, on Veterans' Health, November 2012
Mary Modeen, Artist, on Place and Belonging, October 2012
Melissa Rolnick, Professor of Dance, on Being a Dancer, January 2012
Michelle Dammon Loyalka, Journalist, on China, April 2012
Nicholas Jordan, Professor of Agronomy, on a Contempory Land-Grant University, April 2012
Rachel Jendrzejewski, Playwright, on Ephemeral Performances, April 2012
Randel Hanson, Professor of Geography, on the Robust Food Movement, October 2012
Rebecca Krinke, Artist, on Participatory Art, October 2012
Reeva Wortel, Visual Artist, on Portraits, January 2012
Regula Russelle, Book-Maker, on her Projects, November 2012
Richard Altenbaugh, Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education, on Education and Society, March 2011
Ryan Skinner, Ethnomusicologist, on Mali, October 2012
Sarah Lambert, Set Designer, on her Work, January 2012
Sean Walsh, Professor of Philosophy, on Confucius, December 2012
Seitu Jones, Artist, on Community, December 2012
Shelley Cords-Swanson, Visual Artist, on her Inspiration, October 2012
Susan Wagner Ginter, Painter, on Painting, September 2012
Whitney Taylor, Human Rights Worker, on her Motivations, April 2012
William McGeveran, Professor of Law, on Legal Problems after Technology, December 2012
William Moseley, Professor of Geography, on Food in Botswana, June 2012
Adam Zientek, Professor of History, on the Psychiatry of Warfare, December 2011
Amy Kaminsky, Professor of Women's Studies, on Jewish Argentina, November 2011
Andrew Newman, Professor of Anthropology, on Parks, October 2011
Anne Hake, Architect, on Housing in Haiti, March 2011
Bill Moran, Typographer, on his Practice and Historical Font Revival, March 2011
Blaine Brownell, Architect, on Sustainable Architecture and the Fukushima nuclear disaster, April 2011
Brett Walker, Professor of History and Philosophy, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Daniel Block, Professor of Geography, on Mapping Food Access, March 2011
David Gaines, Actor, on Acting, August 2011
David Wiggins, Park Ranger, on the Mississippi Flooding, May 2011
Dean Abrahamson, Professor Emeritus of Public Affairs, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Eric Dursteler, Professor of History, on Early Modern Identity, March 2011
Frederic Neyrat, Philosopher, on Anti-Humanism, March 2011
Glenn Davis Stone, Professor of Anthropology, on Corporate Agriculture, September 2011
Hanna Kite, Grad Student in Public Health, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Her Vang, Postdoc in History, on Hmong Transnational Politics, March 2011
James Stewart, Professor Emeritus of History, on Contemporary Slavery, September 2011
Jane Curry, Historian and Performer, on the Fringe Festival, August 2011
Jariland Spence, Pastor, on the North Minneapolis Tornado, June 2011
Jeffrey Broadbent, Professor of Sociology, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Jeffrey Pilcher, Professor of History, on Mexican Food, August 2011
Jim Lutz, Professor of Architecture, on Architecture in Haiti
John Anfinson, Historian, on the Mississippi River, May 2011
John Reimringer, Novelist, and Katrina Vandenberg, Poet, May 2011
Jonathan Hall, Professor of Classics, on Ethnic Identity, April 2011
Karen Campbell, Educator, on Humans vs. Nature, April 2011
Karen Coelho, Professor of Development Studies, on Urban Planning, October 2011
Karl Rogers, Professor of Philosophy, on Democracy, November 2011
Kirill Thompson, Professor of Foreign Languages and Literature, on Confucianism, September 2011
Laurie Green, Professor of History, on the Civil Rights Movement, April 2011
Lawrence Venuti, Professor of English, on Translation, October 2011
Leigh Fondakowski, Playwright, on her Plays, December 2011
Lisa Ann Richey and Stefano Ponte, International Studies Researchers, on "Compassionate Consumption", March 2011
Magne Ove Varsi, Sami Rights Leader, on Sami Rights
Maran Wolston, Philosopher, on Philosophy and Multiple Sclerosis, February 2011
Maran Wolston, Philosopher, on Philosophy and Multiple Sclerosis, November 2011
Maran Wolston, Philosopher, on Philosophy and Multiple Sclerosis, September 2011
Marcus Filippello, Professor of History, on Road Development, October 2011
Matt Sobek, Microdata Manager, on Census Data, February 2011
Michael Osterholm, Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Molly Zahn, Professor of Religious Studies, on Rewritten Scripture, April 2011
Nigel Clark, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, on Humans in Extremis, April 2011
Pat Nunnally, River Life Coordinator, on the Mississippi River, May 2011
Paula Lupkin, Professor of Architecture, on the YMCA and Beer, April 2011
Peter Kerre, DJ and Community Organizer, on the North Minneapolis Tornado, July 2011
Psyche Williams-Forson, Professor of American Studies, on Food, March 2013
Raoni Rajao, Management Student, on Amazon Deforestation, April 2011
Rebekah Rentzel, Director, on her Practice, August 2011
Richard Steckel, Professor of Economics, on The Long Shadow of American Slavery, December 2011
Richard Wilk, Professor of Anthropology, on Civilisation, March 2011
Rick Duque, Professor of Social Studies of Science, on Transplanting Science, April 2011
Robert Gilmer, Postdoc in Native American History, on Mississippi River Flooding, May 2011
Robert Lang, Origami Master, on the Frontiers of Origami, March 2011
Ryuta Nakajima, Artist, on Zen and Marine Biology, March 2011
Sara Evans, Professor of History, on Becoming a Feminist Historian, December 2011
Sister Helen Prejean and Mary Ann Antrobus, on Nicaragua, May 2011
Susan Hensel, Artist, on her Work, November 2011