Will Murphy speaks with Professor James Scott, whose research centers on peasants of Southeast Asia and their strategies to resist domination.
Owen Johnson interviews IU Bloomington political science professor Beate Sissenich in one of four Profiles programs devoted to discussion of the European Union.
Thomas C. Hubbard served as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Korea from 2001 to 2004.
Darius Rejali is a professor of political science at Reed College and an expert on government torture and interrogation. Iranian-born, Rejali has spent his scholarly career reflecting on violence, and, specifically, reflecting on the causes, consequences, and meaning of modern torture in our world.
After 21 years of reporting for Time magazine, Strobe Talbott is now the president of the Brookings Institution. He has also served as special advisor to the Secretary of State and later as deputy secretary of state.
Bloomington’s Angelo Pizzo graduated from Indiana University with a degree in political science. But his degree did not lead to a career in politics. He, along with friend and fellow IU grad David Anspaugh, went out west to make movies such as “Rudy” and “Hoosiers”. He spoke with WFIU’s Peter Noble Kuchera.
Patrick O’Meara is one of the county’s leading experts on international relations in Southern Africa. He has even testified before the U.S. House of Foreign Relations Committee. O’Meara is currently the Dean for International Programs at Indiana University.