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Bernini’s Beloved  February 20, 2013
Bernini's Beloved

How did the sculptor Bernini choose his subjects and what do we know of his relationships with the people he immortalized in marble and clay?

The Financial Crisis, The Response, And The Work Ahead  February 20, 2013
After the Music Stopped

What is still needed for our economy to fully recover from recent financial woes?

Bob Balaban’s Creature From the Seventh Grade  February 19, 2013

What makes a character work on the page or on the screen and just how important are those traumatic pre-teen years to a writer and actor’s later creativity?

A Conversation with Judy Blume  February 19, 2013

What makes a children’s book a classic and how is literature for young people changing today?

Underwater Eden  February 14, 2013
Underwater Eden

What will it take to preserve the remaining few pristine marine ecosystems on the planet?

The Art Of Nonfiction  February 14, 2013
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What drives a writer to tell important stories and do the hard work to tell them well?

Slavery And The War Of 1812  February 13, 2013
The Slaves' Gamble

How did the War of 1812 impact the future of slavery and the roles African Americans would play in the U.S. Military and in future conflicts?

Photographing 19th Century China  February 13, 2013
China Through the Lens of John Thomson

What can we learn from 140-year-old photographs of a place and way of life that just doesn’t exist anymore?

Dallas, Fort Worth, And Identity  February 12, 2013
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How does a city identify itself? How do you see Dallas and Fort Worth and their differences?

On Constitutional Disobedience  February 12, 2013
On Constitutional Disobedience

Could our democracy work better if we viewed the Constitution as merely a set of guidelines rather than the supreme law of the land?

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