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- Anthropology 10
- African studies 1
- alphabetizing indigenous languages 1
- Appalachia 1
- Avant Garde 1
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- áak’w Kwáan 1
- Amazon Rain Forest 1
- Booker T. Washington High School 1
- Breckenridge 1
- Brooklyn NY 1
- 30 more
- English 9
[Recorded: Monday, March 21, 2022] Gerard Alexander (56) and Nathan Moore (41) have an impromptu One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Gerard, a UVA professor, and Nathan, general manager of WTJU radio station, discuss anthropology and their experiences traveling...
Edward Austin Hall (58) has a Conversation with his friend and fellow artist, Brian Sherman (76), about Brian's career in sociology, as well as, his passion for avant garde music and art.
Cathy Thomas (72) speaks with her niece and goddaughter Katherine "KC" McNaughton (22). Katherine shares how she became involved in hospice care as a volunteer and about her life and studies.
Stephen "Steve" Petrie (28) interviews his coworker, Dawn Scher Thomae (58) about her career path as an anthropology curator at the Milwaukee Public Museum.
"A Unique Joy": Dr. Alma Gottlieb reflects on motivation, methodology, and personal mission in African studies.
Paula "Andrea" Jordan (67) tells her daughter about Shyanne Sansom (40) about where she grew up and what she imagined adulthood might look like as a child. Andrea tells Shyanne about earning her college degree as a mother of 5...
Lance and Ernestine discussed systematic racism against Natives in our society, particularly in the educational system.
Spouses Brady Davis (35) and Cristina Hudgins-Davis (35) share a conversation about their relationship, their family, and the pivotal moments that changed the trajectories of their lives.
Wendy Griffin (60) talks with her friend Susan Robison (70) about her work with indigenous populations in Honduras. She has worked for over 20 years documenting traditions and languages, fighting for bilingual education, and helping preserve the rainforest.