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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?

A Chat With Stephen Tobolowsky  February 11, 2013
Stephen Tobolowsky

What makes a character actor good at his or her job and what’s it like to play ordinary people in the movies?

How And Why We’ve Survived  February 11, 2013
Last Ape Standing

How did our particular branch of the human family tree manage to last this long when many others didn’t?

Traveling Cheaper, Longer, And Smarter  February 7, 2013
How to Travel the World on $50 a Day

Do you dream of seeing the world, but wonder how to make it happen?

Coping With A Life-Changing Injury  February 7, 2013
The Day My Brain Exploded

How would you cope with a life-changing injury that forced you to relearn how to do virtually everything?

Creating Room To Read  February 6, 2013
Creating Room to Read

What is still needed to help everyone in the world learn to read?

Women In Media  February 6, 2013
Julie Burton

How are women represented in today’s media and what needs to be done to ensure that the public hears the female point-of-view on important issues in the news and politics?

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