We’ll talk this hour about our planet’s relative order and how it relates to the seeming randomness of the rest of existence with Dr. Caleb Scharf, Director of Astrobiology at Columbia University. His new book is The Copernicus Complex: Our Cosmic Significance in a Universe of Planets and Probabilities.
Think, with host Krys Boyd, features in-depth interviews with compelling guests, covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and trends to food and wine, travel, adventure and entertainment.
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We’ll talk this hour about how parents can put these findings to use with Laurence Steinberg, Distinguished University Professor of Psychology at Temple University. His new book is Age of Opportunity: Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence.
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This hour we’ll learn about how these trends trace their origins to the Industrial Revolution and even earlier with Jeremy Caradonna, associate professor of history at the University of Alberta. His new book is Sustainability: A History.
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This hour, we’ll learn how Palestinian artists are reflecting their experiences there by exploring “Where Are You From?,” an exhibit at SMU’s Pollock Gallery. We’ll be joined by Noah Simblist, who curated the show, as well as participating artist Aissa Deebi.
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We’ll talk this hour about how that has impacted America’s national security strategy with Joshua Rovner, John G. Tower Distinguished Chair of International Politics and National Security at SMU; and Hal Brands, Assistant Professor of Public Policy and History at Duke University.
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We’ll talk this hour about how reunification has turned the city into one of the world’s most vibrant capitals with Peter Schneider. His new book is Berlin Now: The City After the Wall.
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We’ll talk this hour about how our brains absorb and retain information with New York Times education reporter Benedict Carey, author of How We Learn: The Surprising Truth About When, Where, and Why It Happens.
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This hour, we’ll talk about why certain metropolitan areas tend to grow out instead of up with Benjamin Ross. He writes about strategies to stem sprawl in his book, Dead End: Suburban Sprawl and the Rebirth of American Urbanism.
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