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Tulane Law scholar Amy Gajda discusses her new book "Seek and Hide: The Tangled History of the Right to Privacy."
Nuclear Choices for the Twenty-First Century coauthors and scientists Richard Wolfson and Ferenc Dalnoki discuss the potential for nuclear annihilation.
 North Carolina State historian Blair Kelley discusses the present and historical conditions of segregation in the United States.
Author Virginia Postrel discusses the history of fabric and contemporary mask-wearing practices to protect public health. 
Columbia University president Lee Bollinger and University of Chicago scholar Geoffrey Stone discuss their book “Social Media, Freedom of Speech, and the Future of Our Democracy."
Author Azar Nafisi discusses her new book “Read Dangerously: The Subversive Power of Literature in Troubled Times.” 
"In Silico” documentarian Noah Hutton discusses the project to simulate the human brain on a supercomputer. 
University of Minnesota sociologist Michael Walker discusses his new book "Indefinite: Doing Time in Jail." 
UC San Diego political scientist Barbara Walter discusses American political tribalism and civil unrest.
"Punishment Without Trial" author Carissa Byrne Hessick discusses a culture of plea bargaining in the U.S. legal system.
Author Steve Olson discusses the Manhattan Project and the future of nuclear weapons, and their relevance to the pandemic.
Digital ethicist Carissa Véliz discusses corporate invasion of personal data and the continued U.S. failure to regulate Big Tech.
U.S Army Colonel (Ret.) Robert Cassidy discusses the Biden Administration’s foreign policy challenges and national morale. 
Israeli politician Einat Wilf discusses contemporary Western anti-Zionism, the advent of Arab Zionism, and the future of anti-Semitism.
Keene State Holocaust and Genocide Studies scholar Jim Waller discusses the rise of identity-driven violence in the United States.
Science author and historian Brandy Schillace discusses coping with a generation of death. 
ER physician Jeremy Faust discusses the state of the pandemic and disparities between vaccinations and testing.
Cures in the Soil

Cures in the Soil


Emory University medical ethnobotanist Cassandra Quave discusses potential coronavirus cures and her new book “The Plant Hunter: A Scientist’s Quest for Nature's Next Medicines.” 
Louisville Association for Community Economics president Cassia Herron discusses grassroots organizing for food security and innovation.
Center for Rural Strategies national programs director Whitney Kimball Coe discusses the diversity of American rural communities and the aspirations of women.
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