Yaël Ksander hosts a conversation with family studies historian Stephanie Coontz, and Annie Corrigan speaks with food historian Amy Bentley.
As part of NPR's Cities Project, NPR producer Franklyn Cater and former New York City urban designer Alexandros Washburn discuss cities in the 21st century.
IU President Michael McRobbie interviews Meryl Streep, one of the greatest actresses of our time.
This Fund Drive 2011 edition of Profiles presents the most engaging moments from this year’s programs.
Maria Bucur, professor of East European history at IU Bloomington, interviews Croatian novelist and journalist Slavenka Drakulić.
Karen Hanson hosts this interview with biologist Ellen Ketterson.
Alexander Bernstein, founding chairman of The Leonard Bernstein Center For Learning, speaks to Charles Webb about growing up in the Bernstein family.
IU faculty member Elinor Ostrom is the first woman to win the Nobel prize in the category of economics. Bloomington Provost and Executive VP Karen Hanson hosts.
This special installment of Profiles revisits the life of the late Indiana University President and Chancellor Herman B Wells.
A media executive and journalist with more than 20 years experience in the industry, Vivian Schiller joined NPR as President and CEO on January 5, 2009.