Re-post: We interview T Bone Burnett on his introduction to music, inspiration, collaboration, and utilizing both analog and digital technologies in music production. This episode was originally release on December 14, 2017
This summer we are taking a hiatus to reformat the show and acquire and master new equipment. In the meantime, enjoy a 2018 interview with Professor Kia Caldwell on the assassination of Brazilian activist Marielle Franco.
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Lauren Leve speaks with Sophia about her work with UNC math and science professors on a sacred glacial lake in Nepal, as well as her current research project involving the rise of Christianity in Nepal.
Associate Professor of Social Medicine Mara Buchbinder discusses her research on assisted death in Vermont and how policy, practice, and medicine interact in complicated ways.
Assistant Professor of Asian Studies Uffe Bergeton talks about Ancient China and the concept of sanctioned conflict.
Associate Professor of Geography Elizabeth Havice talks about her current research project on oceanic territory, as well as her earlier work on the global tuna industry.
Mark Katz (Institute Director, Professor of Music) interviews Professor Emeritus William Ferris on his Grammy Award-winning boxed set “Voices of Mississippi” (Dust to Digital). You can buy the boxed set or the vinyl version through www.dust-digital.com/ferris/.
We sit down with Associate Professor of History Chad Bryant (Faculty Fellow ’19) as he discusses his current book project on Prague’s history in the 20th century.
Senior Lecturer Jeannie Loeb is a current Institute for the Arts and Humanities Faculty Fellow through the Chapman Family Teaching Award at UNC-Chapel Hill.
A current Faculty Fellow, Geography Department Assistant Professor Christian Lentz has been using his time away from teaching to concentrate on his book manuscript. He describes the project as “a story of territory as it is experienced and constructed in the Vietnamese revolution when they were fighting for independence from the French in the 1940s and ’50s.”
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