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Marlene Jack, Professor of Ceramics, on her Pottery, February 2013
Martin Balluch, Animal Rights Activist, Aug. 2014
Mary Beth Stein, Catholic Activist, on Church Reform, Aug. 2013
Mary Cassidy, Cafe Owner, Nov. 2015
Mary Cassidy, Cafe Owner, Oct. 2015
Mary Modeen, Artist, on Place and Belonging, October 2012
Mary Pauluk, Chaplain, on Moving Back to Rural Minnesota, 2002
Mary Treacy, Librarian and Activist, on Digitization
Mary Vaughan, Retired Teacher, on Prison, 2004
Mary Vaughan, Retired Teacher, on Prison, 2004
Matteo Convertino, Complex Systems Analyst, Sep. 2015
Matthew Trumbull, Playwright & Actor, on Death, Aug. 2013
Matt Huber, Postdoc in Geography, on the American Oil Lifestyle, September 2009
Matt Sobek, Microdata Manager, on Census Data, February 2011
Megan England, Sound Artist, on her Work, February 2009
Melissa Rolnick, Professor of Dance, on Being a Dancer, January 2012
Members of Avatan Nude Recreation Camp (1/6), June 2015
Members of Avatan Nude Recreation Camp (2/6), June 2015
Members of Avatan Nude Recreation Camp (3/6), June 2015
Members of Avatan Nude Recreation Camp (4/6), June 2015
Members of Avatan Nude Recreation Camp (5/6), June 2015
Members of Avatan Nude Recreation Camp (6/6), June 2015
Michaela Fassl and Markus Uitz, Farmers, Oct. 2014
Michaela Fröhlich, Agriculture Teacher, Sep. 2014
Michael Cherlin, Professor of Music Theory, on Creativity and Collaboration, March 2007
Michael Dennis Browne, Professor of English, on Poetry, November 2009
Michael Fortun, Professor of Science and Technology Studies, on his Ethnographies, April 2009
Michael Gaudio, Professor of Art History, on Early Modern Images, April 2008
Michael Gogins, Composer, on his Music, February 2013
Michael Hartl, Gardener and Programmer, Oct. 2014
Michael Linick, Researcher at RAND Corp., Mar. 2015
Michael Osterholm, Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, on the Fukushima nuclear disaster, March 2011
Michal Hvorecký, Author, Apr. 2015
Michelle Dammon Loyalka, Journalist, on China, April 2012
Michelle Filkins, Journal Founder, on Publishing, July 2014
Mike Hazard, Poet and Filmmaker, on Responding to Evil, Apr. 2014
Mike Tidwell, Author and Filmmaker, on Climate Change, September 2010
Milena Klimek, Organic Agriculture Student, Aug. 2014
Moishe Postone, Professor of History, on his Life, April 2008
Molly Zahn, Professor of Religious Studies, on Rewritten Scripture, April 2011
Morgan Grayce Willow, Poet, Mar. 2016
Morton Subotnick, Composer, on his Works, February 2007
Moving to Green Economies of Plenitude: Juliet Schor, Oct. 2010
Moving to Green Economies of Plenitude (Q&A): Juliet Schor, Oct. 2010
Nabil Matar, Professor of English, on Accounts of Captivity, October 2009
Nancy Carlson, Children's Author, Apr. 2014
Naomi Falk, Professor of Art, on her Work, February 2013
Naomi Scheman, Philosopher, Apr. 2016
Natalie Rae Wass, Playwright & Actor, on Nudity, Aug. 2013
Nicholas Jordan, Professor of Agronomy, on a Contempory Land-Grant University, April 2012
Nigel Clark, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, on Humans in Extremis, April 2011
Nitin Varma, Fellow at re:work Center, Oct. 2014
Norbert Art-Uro, Artist, Oct. 2014
Norbert Eder, Juice Producer, Sep. 2014
Norbert Finzsch, Fellow at re:work Center, Oct. 2014
Norbert Hintersteininger, Breeder and Software Designer, Sep. 2014
Oil Spills, Environmentalism, and Regulation: Robert Gilmer, Sep. 2010
Oil Spills in the Gulf and Alaska (Q&A): Zygmunt Plater, Sep. 2010
Oil Spills in the Gulf and Alaska: Zygmunt Plater, Sep. 2010
Olive Bieringa, Choreographer, and Bryce Beverlin, Physicist, on 1/2 Life, November 2009
Ot√°vio Bueno, Philosopher of Science, Feb. 2016
Pat Nunnally, River Life Coordinator, on the Mississippi River, May 2011
Patricia Hampl, Professor of English, on Lyric Poetry, October 2009
Patrick Hamilton, Global Change Initiatives, Science Museum of MN, June 2015
Patrick Raines, Scientist, 2006
Patrick Raines, Scientist, Apr. 2015
Paula Findlen, Professor of History, on Leonardo Da Vinci, March 2010
Paula Lupkin, Professor of Architecture, on the YMCA and Beer, April 2011
Paul Hillmer, Oral Historian, on Hmong History, Apr. 2014
Peggy Skopec, Retired Teacher, Nov. 2014
Peg Meier, Reporter and Writer, Apr. 2014
Peoples of the Gulf, Flooding, and Dead Zones: Robert Gilmer, 2010
Perry Price, Crafts Educator, Aug. 2015
Peter Kampits, Philosopher, Oct. 2014
Peter Kerre, DJ and Community Organizer, on the North Minneapolis Tornado, July 2011
Peter Redfield, Anthropologist, July 2014
Peter Shea, Creator of the Bat of Minerva, on the Show, January 2005
Peter Shea Introduces the Austria & Germany Series, Aug. 2014
Peter Weisensel, Russian Historian, on Ukranian Current Events, Mar. 2014
Phil Guin, Pioneer of Philosophy for Children, Dec. 2005
Post-Oil Urbanism: Barry Lehrman, Dec. 2010
Psyche Williams-Forson, Professor of American Studies, on Food, March 2013
Public Responses to the BP Oil Spill: Robert Gilmer, Nov. 2010
Rachel Jendrzejewski, Multidisciplinary Artist, Aug. 2014
Rachel Jendrzejewski, Multidisciplinary Artist, Aug. 2015
Rachel Jendrzejewski, Multidisciplinary Artist, on her Recent Projects, March 2013
Rachel Jendrzejewski, Playwright, on Ephemeral Performances, April 2012
Raffael Hickisch, Nature Preservationist, Oct. 2014
Randall Curren, Professor of Philosophy, on Sustainability, March 2010
Randel Hanson, Professor of Geography, on the Robust Food Movement, October 2012
Raoni Rajao, Management Student, on Amazon Deforestation, April 2011
Ravi Malhotra, Professor of Law, on the Disability Rights Movement, March 2013
Ray Gonzalez, Professor of English, on Teaching Poetry, March 2010
Raymond Geuss, Professor of Philosophy, on Doing Philosophy, May 2010
Raymond Toller, Ph.D. Candidate in Evolutionary Biology, Aug. 2014
Rebecca Krinke, Artist, on Participatory Art, October 2012
Rebecca Louise Paxton, Organic Agriculture Student, Aug. 2014
Rebecca Scott, Professor of Sociology, on Coal Mining, April 2010
Rebekah Rentzel, Director, on her Practice, August 2011
Rebuilding the Gulf Coast after the BP Oil Spill: Robert Gilmer, Nov. 2010