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Interchange – Sociology professor Brian Powell

Host Debra Kent talks with IU Sociology professor Brian Powell about his research on American definitions of family, the evolving acceptance of gay marriage, and the difference between interracial and monoracial couples in the way they invest in their children. Powell also speaks about feminism and how his research shows that it is the “F” word among two distinct groups …

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Interchange – Professor Andreas Hauskrecht on the Economic Crisis

Host Colin Allen interviews Andreas Hauskrecht, associate professor of Business Economics and Public Policy in Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Hauskrecht is a specialist on international monetary systems and banking, and he directs a multi-partner project for the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation which advises the communist government of Vietnam in reforming its banking system. The show’s discussion ranges …

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Interchange – The Study of Man: Anthropologist Kevin Hunt

Today is Election Day in the United States. As we think about how our nation “evolves” with each election, it is also interesting to reflect on the fact that, biologically, we, as a species, also undergo change. Host Dave Stewart talks with Indiana University anthropology professor Kevin Hunt, who teaches courses on the evolution of primate social behavior and our …

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Interchange – Candidates for Monroe County Council-at-Large

In the final installment of our four-part series featuring candidates for local office, host Chad Carrothers talks to the candidates for county council at-large. Six candidates are vying for the three open at-large seats. Learn more about Democrats Warren Henegar, Geoff McKim, and Julie Thomas, and Republicans Don Francis, Jeff Huston, and Joyce Poling. Listen and decide who deserves YOUR …

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Interchange – Candidates for Monroe County Commissioner, Districts 2 and 3

In the third of our four-part series featuring candidates for local office, host Chad Carrothers talks to the candidates in the two open races for Monroe County Commissioner districts 2 and 3. We begin with district 3 incumbent Iris Kiesling, followed by Republican challenger Patt Jeffries. In the second half of the program we talk with commissioner district 2 candidates …

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Interchange – Candidates for Monroe County Auditor

In the second of our four-part series featuring candidates for local office, host Chad Carrothers talks to the two candidates in the race for auditor of Monroe County. Amy Gerstman is running as a Democrat and Vivien Bridges is the Republican on the ballot. Listen and decide who deserves YOUR vote on November 4th!

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Interchange – Candidates for Judge of the 10th Circuit Court, Seats 6 and 9

In the first of our four-part series featuring candidates for local office, host Chad Carrothers talks to the four candidates in the two contested races for local circuit court judge. First we chat with the candidates for judge of the 10th Circuit Court, Seat 6 – Democrat Valeri Haughton and Republican Joby Jerrells. In the second half of this program …

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Interchange – Charles Latshaw – Bloomington Symphony Orchestra

Host Dave Stewart welcomes Charles Latshaw, Music Director of the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra. Latshaw, only 29, offers a unique look at the challenges faced by a young conductor in the classical world, from keeping the repertoire fresh and exciting to creating a synergy with his instrumentalists.

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Interchange – Rhonda Baird of the Indiana Forest Alliance

Host Dave Stewart will interview Rhonda Baird, Director of the Indiana Forest Alliance. The Alliance is a non-violent defender of Indiana forests and the unofficial watchdog of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry. They will discuss the Alliance’s mission and vision, and the logging of state forests. Commercial logging on public land is an issue that is …

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Interchange – IU professor Sasha Barab on the role of Technology in Learning

Colin Allen interviews IU professor Sasha Barab on the role of Technology in Learning in general and on the Quest Atlantic project in particular. Sasha Barab, is a Professor in Learning Sciences, IST and Cognitive Science at Indiana University. He also holds the Barbara Jacobs Chair of Education and Technology, and is the Director of the Center for Research on …

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