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University Place lecture series.
Manifesto for a New Economy
James Gustave Speth analyzes America’s political economy.
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A Nation of Moochers
Charles Sykes questions entitlement in the United States.
Special | 30m 40s
Frank X. Walker reads from collections of historical poetry.
Special | 1h 15m 4s
Into Sunlight: The Connections of War and Peace
Dance and history come together in this study of two days during the Vietnam War.
Special | 44m 19s
Wisconsin Agriculture: A History
Jerry Apps explores the influences that helped shape the farming industry in Wisconsin.
Special | 1h 6m 29s
America During the Great Depression
A panel of authors discuss the Great Depression.
Special | 1h 28m 50s
Two Wisconsin Authors
Authors Jane Hamilton and David Rhodes present excerpts from their latest works.
Special | 53m 27s
For the Love of a Farm
Learn about a history of one farm from the time of the last glacier till present.
Special | 1h 14m 11s
For a Limited Time Only and Home
Two of the Midwest's most beloved writers present their work.
Special | 1h 22m 5s
Learn the Ho-Chunk perspective on Steven Hoelscher's recent book.
Special | 1h 29m 23s
Aldo Leopold Foundation Presents: Earth Lessons
From the Leopold Foundation, David Orr and Andrew Revkin speak at annual book festival.
Special | 1h 30m 12s
Bragging Writes: Ten Great Wisconsin Writers
Ronnie Hess, John Lehman and Margot Peters discuss ten of Wisconsin’s great writers.
Special | 51m 29s
Culture, Identity and the Natural World
Kimberly Blaeser, Debra Kang Dean, Maria Melendez, Lauret Savoy and Patrick Thomas--panel.
Special | 1h 11m 26s
Human Evolution and the Environment
Paul Ehrlich brings a message about the earth's inability to support life as we know it.
Special | 1h 27m 35s
ECOpreneuring is a new economic model that sustains personal and environmental well-being.
Special | 55m 38s
Young and Muslim: How Does It Feel to be a Problem?
Learn about struggles of young Arab and Muslim Americans.
Special | 42m 33s
Sports & Resistance, Meet Sudden Anthem
Explore consequential links between sports and politics in America.
Special | 51m 14s
Hear Wendell Berry read his short story, "Making it Home."
Special | 1h 37m 53s
Studs Terkel's "Working"
Join the discussion about the first graphic adaptation of Studs Terkel's "Working."
Special | 1h 28m 54s
The Enduring Relevance of the Wisconsin School
A discussion of William Appleman Williams through several authors publications.
Special | 56m 16s
A Serious Look at Comics
Paul Buhle, James Danky, and Linda Barry discuss comics in relation to our culture.
Special | 1h 27m 59s
Son of Holocaust survivors makes pilgrimage to his parents' meeting place.
Special | 33m 37s
Science & Decision Making
Learn about what can science teach us about decision-making.
Special | 46m 7s
And Then Came the Liberators
Join the book discussion with Kathleen Stokker, Solveig Shavland and Richard Quinney.
Special | 1h 7m 36s