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Performance and the US-Mexico Border with China Medel

China Medel talks about her work in media and performance studies, as well as her manuscript Spectral Aethestics: Alternative Media and Visibility at the US-Mexico Border, which looks at a selection of film photography, new media and installation art about the crisis of migrant death at the US Mexico border.



The Endurance Project with Gwendolyn Schwinke and Maya Gurantz

Assistant Professor Gwendolyn Schwinke and artist Maya Gurantz discuss their latest collaboration, The Endurance Project.



Podcast with Senator Claire McCaskill

Claire McCaskill sits at a microphone in the Seminar Room of Hyde Hall, recording a podcast.

Ahead of the Weil Lecture on American Citizenship, Director Patricia Parker talks with Senator Claire McCaskill about her political career, important figures in her life, and more.



Uncovering Abandoned Voices Of Antiquity With Hérica Valladares

Herica Valladares

Associate Professor of Classics Hérica Valladares speaks with Philip on her current research project regarding the material culture of domestic Ancient Rome.



Literature on the Politics of Noise with Petal Samuel

Petal Samuel

Literary Scholar and Assistant Professor of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies Petal Samuel sits down to discuss her current research project.



2020 Johnson Prize Winner Betsy Olson

Elizabeth Olson, George Johnson Prize

Geography Professor Betsy Olson, recipient of the George Johnson Prize for Distinguished Achievement by an IAH Fellow, sits with Philip to discuss her career as a scholar and campus leader.



Studying BTS with Candace Epps Robertson

Assistant Professor Epps-Robertson discusses her work on a collaborative and open-sourced syllabus on the South Korean pop group BTS and their fandom known as ARMY.



Helga Davis: Artist-in-Residence, Carolina Performing Arts

Helga Davis

Helga Davis, musician, artist, Carolina Performing Arts artist in residence speaks with us on the life of an interdisciplinary artist. 



The History Of TransAfrica With Ron Williams

Assistant Professor Ron Williams (Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies) discusses his current book project on the advocacy organization TransAfrica.



Theater Of The Everyday And Marginalized With Jacqueline Lawton

Jacqueline Lawton

Assistant Professor of Dramatic Art Jacqueline Lawton joins us again to talk about the projects she is working on. How are her plays living on despite the pandemic? Listen to find out!



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