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Peter Shea, Creator of the Bat of Minerva, on the Show, January 2005
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
Peter Shea Introduces the Austria & Germany Series, Aug. 2014
The Nature of the Bat
Interview with Luyi Lien, Academic Director, Yinghua Academy, with Students.
Interview with Bill Teska, Episcopal Priest.
Douglas Geers, Composer, on the Spark Festival, February 2007
Katharina Hagenhofer, Organic Agriculture Student, Aug. 2014
Waltraud Egger, Grocer, Oct. 2014
Guillaume Boccara, Professor of Anthropology, on Chilean Indigenous People, April 2009
Ingeborg Preininger, Sep. 2014
Sister Helen Prejean and Mary Ann Antrobus, on Nicaragua, May 2011
Ted Farmer, Professor of History, on Humanity, August 2010
Siegfried Kröpfl, Vegan Chef, Sep. 2014
Michael Gaudio, Professor of Art History, on Early Modern Images, April 2008
William Moseley, Professor of Geography, on African Development, October 2011
Joe Gergen, Author, on His Work, July 2014
Irmi Salzer, Farmer, Oct. 2014
Julia Tischler, Research Associate at re:work Center, Oct. 2014
Interview with Marek Oziewicz, Children's Literature Scholar.
Kristin Anderson, Playwright & Actor, on Hitler, Satan, and Me, Aug. 2013
Leigh Payne, Professor of Sociology, on Human Rights, April 2012
Mary Treacy, Librarian and Activist, on Digitization
Anne Hake, Architect, on Housing in Haiti, March 2011
Laura Kosowski, Horticulture Grad, May 2014
Joyce Lyon and Howard Oransky, Curators, on Feminist Art, February 2013
John Treat, Professor of East Asian Studies, on Nuclear Warfare, December 2007
Judith Jack Halberstam, Professor of English, on her Writings, June 2010
Susan Wagner Ginter, Painter, on Painting, September 2012
Lynn Lukkas, Professor of Art, on Time, September 2009
Timothy Pauketat, Archaeologist, on Cahokia, May 2013
Astrid Ogilvie, Climate Historian, on Reconstructing Past Climates, February 2013
David Strom, Artist, on His Paintings, July 2012
Sarah Stonich, Author, on Sense of Place, July 2014
Juanita Garciagodoy, Teacher, on the Day of the Dead
Hans Bertram, Fellow at re:work Center, Nov. 2014
Pat Nunnally, River Life Coordinator, on the Mississippi River, May 2011
Nitin Varma, Fellow at re:work Center, Oct. 2014
Kathryn Jensen, Sign Language Interpreter, on BLAST, April 2013
Christopher Morris, Environmental Historian, Apr. 2015
Paul Hillmer, Oral Historian, on Hmong History, Apr. 2014
Bruce Glymour, Philosopher of Biology, Mar. 2016
Rachel Jendrzejewski, Multidisciplinary Artist, on her Recent Projects, March 2013
Norbert Eder, Juice Producer, Sep. 2014
Waltraud Haslhofer and Andreas Ortner, Restaurant Owners, Oct. 2014
Michael Gogins, Composer, on his Music, February 2013
John Akre, Animator and Teacher, Sep. 2015
Linda Levin, Artist, on the Women's Art Institute, Jul. 2013
Ann Treacy, Information Technologist, on Google Glass, Apr. 2014
Members of Avatan Nude Recreation Camp (4/6), June 2015
Caroline Halliday, Textile Artist, Sep. 2015
Kat Hayes, Anthropologist, Feb. 2015
Patricia Hampl, Professor of English, on Lyric Poetry, October 2009
Christoph Conrad, Fellow at re:work Center, Oct. 2014
Will Weaver, Author, Apr. 2014
John Harwood, Professor of Architectural History, on Corporate Architecture, November 2009
Members of Avatan Nude Recreation Camp (5/6), June 2015
David Gaines, Actor, on Acting, August 2011
Laura Bridget Regan, Musician, on Finding Her Voice, August 2012
Savannah Rhomberg-Reich, Playwright, on Theater, August 2010
Cherif Keita, Professor of French, on Mali, November 2012
Rebekah Rentzel, Director, on her Practice, August 2011
John Jodzio, Author, Sep. 2015
John Davis, Educational Administrator, and Shanti Pothapragada, Student, on Civic Service, February 2008
Andreas Eckert, Director of re:work Center, Nov. 2014
Samantha Bohrman, Author, Feb. 2016
Kao Kalia Yang, Author, on Hmong Identity and Writing, March 2008
William LaFleur, Professor of Japanese Studies, on Organ Donation, October 2006
Arthur Knight, Professor of American Studies, on Cinema, February 2013
Raymond Toller, Ph.D. Candidate in Evolutionary Biology, Aug. 2014
Mary Vaughan, Retired Teacher, on Prison, 2004
Jim Lutz, Professor of Architecture, on Architecture in Haiti
Kairn Klieman, Professor of History, on Pre-colonial Africa, November 2007
Jaime Gjerdingen, LitKnit Founder, Nov. 2015
Ravi Malhotra, Professor of Law, on the Disability Rights Movement, March 2013
Nigel Clark, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, on Humans in Extremis, April 2011
John Davis, Educational Administrator, on Education, May 2007
Jonathan Hall, Professor of Classics, on Ethnic Identity, April 2011
Charles Palermo, Professor of Art History, on Artistic Agency, February 2013
Jane Kirtley, Professor of Media Ethics and Law, on Freedom of the Press, April 2010
Reinhard Derntl, Vegetable Farmer, Sep. 2014
Leigh Fondakowski, Playwright, on the Ethics of Representation, February 2008
Hong-Ming Liang, Professor of History and Politics, Apr. 2014
Brad Hokanson, Professor of Design, on Creativity, December 2009
Tom Conley, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, on Cinema, April 2010
Brian Kelley, Artist, on his Paintings, February 2013
Naomi Scheman, Philosopher, Apr. 2016
Susan Buck-Morss, Professor of Political Philosophy, on Visual Imagery, February 2009
Shane Courtland, Philosopher, Apr. 2014
Robert Wallace, Evolutionary Biologist, on the Agroeconomics of Disease, July 2015
Helena Goscilo, Professor of Slavic Languages, on Soviet Posters, Oct. 2013
Bill Foley, Photographer, on Photography, February 2009
Susan McIntosh, Professor of Anthropology, on African History, November 2007
Martin Balluch, Animal Rights Activist, Aug. 2014
Andrew Newman, Professor of Anthropology, on Parks, October 2011
Lise Lunge-Larsen, Troll Expert, Apr. 2014
Maran Wolston, Philosopher, on Philosophy and Multiple Sclerosis, February 2011
Norbert Hintersteininger, Breeder and Software Designer, Sep. 2014
Evalyn Parry, Playwright and Musician, on the Fringe Festival, August 2010