In this special edition of Profiles, reporters retrace their footsteps across Indiana to bring you the year’s highlights of arts reporting. Yaël Ksander hosts.
Meet a veteran broadcast news executive and a pioneering newspaper journalist.
Murray McGibbon interviews Liza Gennaro, asst. professor of musical theater and choreographer at the IU Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance.
In this double edition of Profiles, we speak with two influential pop music critics.
Scott Witzke interviews the author of The Sword & the Pen: A Life of Lew Wallace.
Patrick O’Meara speaks with Loren Landau, the Henry J. Leir Chair in Migration Studies at Tufts University.
In this two-part Profiles, we interview a popular legal correspondent and the man called the “most famous unknown painter in America.”
Ja’Tovia Gary, Stefani Saintonge, and Penelope Spheeris took part in Directed by Women, a two-week festival at the IU Cinema.
IU Professor of History Mark Roseman hosts an interview with English historian Joanna Bourke.
Blending representational and abstract art, symbolism and formalism, Robert Barnes paints outside the party lines.
Jurisprudence writer Dahlia Lithwick talks about the Supreme Court without pomp and circumstance to reveal how their decisions affect people's everyday lives.
"Divine wanted to be Elizabeth Taylor [and] I wanted to make exploitation movies for art theaters."
Profiles presents two guests who participated in IU’s Themester “Eat, Drink, Think: Food from Art to Science.”
Professor Rob Goldstone interviews psychologist and cognitive scientist Lawrence W. Barsalou.
"I feel prouder of the "Decline" series than any of my other work because they did what I wanted to do in life—to study human behavior."
Will Murphy interviews journalist and filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas.
Betsy Shepherd hosts a discussion with minicomics creator John Porcellino.
Trish Kerlé interviews IU law professor David C. Williams, an expert on constitutional and Native American law.
Moya Andrews hosts an interview with Gary Dunham, director of Indiana University Press and Digital Publishing.
Patrick O’Meara speaks with Sir Hew Strachan, one of the world’s leading authorities on World War I.
David Brent Johnson speaks with pianist Luke Gillespie, professor of music in jazz studies at the IU Jacobs School of Music.
Yaël Ksander interviews Bloomington author and Indiana native Ian Woollen.
Sumit Ganguly interviews Indian author and essayist Amitav Ghosh.
Claire McInerny speaks with Walt Bogdanich, assistant editor at The New York Times Investigations Desk.
Moya Andrews interviews Gareth Evans, an Australian policymaker who represented the Australian Labor Party in the Senate and House of Representatives.
James Gray interviews Naomi Oreskes, professor of the History of Science and affiliated professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University.
The WFIU Arts Desk presents stories that were broadcast over the last year about people in Indiana living with disabilities.
Gena Asher interviews longtime journalist and IU professor Joe Coleman.
IU Cinema Director Jon Vickers interviews Oscar-nominated movie director Peter Weir.
Trish Kerlé interviews NPR’s first full-time television critic Eric Deggans.
Mark Chilla speaks with Eric Weisbard, the founder and longtime organizer of the Experience Music Project Pop Conference.
Betsy Shepherd speaks with photographer James Balog, who for more than 30 years has documented human modification of Earth's natural systems.
James Gray and Joshua Brewer present this special WFIU production on the life and career of Orson Welles.
This two-part Profiles features interviews with novelist Margaret Atwood and New Yorker staff writer Katherine Boo.
e psychology of resource use. Her work identifies factors that promote resource conservation and sustainabili
WFIU Senior News Editor Gretchen Frazee interviews veteran NPR news reporter and analyst Mara Liasson.
Patrick O’Meara speaks with Elaine Monaghan—reporter, writer, and professor of practice at IU’s Media School.
Steve James is a film producer and director of documentaries, including the award-winning Hoop Dreams and Stevie.
Will Murphy speaks with John Searle, who is known for his contributions to the philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and social philosophy.
Joe Goetz interviews pianist Jean-Louis Haguenaure, renowned interpreter of the French repertoire who is currently recording Debussy's complete piano music.
Yaël Ksander speaks with family studies historian Stephanie Coontz, and Annie Corrigan speaks with food historian Amy Bentley.
This special edition of <em>Profiles </em>explores the intersections of race and class, specifically as they pertain to life in south-central Indiana.
Betsy Shepherd interviews Jonathan Banks, who attended Indiana University as an undergraduate and has since made a 40-year career acting in film and television.
Trish Kerle interviews photographer and filmmaker Carolyn Jones, whose projects point attention towards issues of global concern.
NPR senior producer Franklyn Cater and former New York City chief urban designer Alexandros Washburn discuss cities in the 21st century. Will Murphy moderates.
Sumit Ganguly speaks with David M. Malone, diplomat and author on international security and development.