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December 12, 2011

 

Yasir Suleiman in suit and tie

Professor Of Arabic Studies Yasir Suleiman

Çiğdem Balım Harding interviews Yasir Suleiman, professor of Arabic studies at Cambridge.

September 19, 2011

 

Larry Singell in dark suit, white shirt, and red tie

Dean Larry Singell

Moya Andrews interviews economist and new dean of IU Bloomington's Collage of Arts and Sciences Larry Singell.

August 12, 2011

 

David B. Audretsch

Economist David B. Audretsch

Owen Johnson interviews economist David B. Audretsch

December 21, 2008

 

Political Scientist and Professor Darius Rejali

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.

March 30, 2008

 

Andrew Nagorski, Senior Editor of Newsweek International

<br />As senior editor at Newsweek International, Andrew Nagorski has worked in many different countries across the globe. He has written many books, including The Birth of Freedom: Shaping Lives and Societies in the New Eastern Europe.

October 7, 2007

 

Native American Flutist James Pellerite

<br />James J. Pellerite is a former Professor at Indiana University and and an impassioned flutist. His goal is to promote the status of the Northern Plains flute. Peter Jacobi conducted the interview.

July 29, 2007

 

Ethnomusicologist George List

<br />Dr. George List is one of the foremost ethnomusicologist in his field. At age 96, though the professor is now blind, he is still producing journal articles and reviews. He spoke with WFIU’s George Walker.

December 10, 2006

 

Economist Amartya Sen

<br />Economist Amartya Kumar Sen won a Nobel Prize for his work on hunger, heman development, and the causes of poverty.  He is currently Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Harvard University.

September 10, 2006

 

Psychologist and Author Keith Sawyer

<br />Keith Sawyer is a professor of education and psychology at Washington University in St. Louis.  Sawyer is considered one of the countries leading researchers on originality, innovation, education. He spoke with Adam Schwartz.

August 20, 2006

 

Violinist and Educator Mimi Zweig

<br />Violinist Mimi Zweig is a professor at the IU Jacobs School of music and is director of the Summer String Academy. For more than three decades she has developed children’s string programs across the United States, and she leads master classes and pedagogy workshops throughout the world.

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