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From the Vault: Louis Agassiz with Christoph Irmscher

Interchange took a break this week. As a substitute, here’s a conversation with Christoph Irmscher about Louis Agassiz for your edification and your listening pleasure. This first aired on June 8, 2013 as part of the summer series The Custom House. Louis Agassiz, born in 1807 in Fribourg, Switzerland, came to the US in 1846 and very quickly became one …

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Interchange – Farewell Transmission: The Life and Music of Jason Molina

Today’s show, “Farewell Transmission: The Live and Music of Jason Molina” opens with “Not Just a Ghost’s Heart” from Songs: Ohia’s album Ghost Tropic released in November of 2000. Jason Molina was a prolific songwriter and bandleader who released music under the names Songs: Ohia and Magnolia Electric Company from 1997 through 2009. A Secretly Canadian recording artist, Molina periodically …

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Interchange – James Capshew: Herman B. Wells and The Promise of the American University

This week on Interchange, host Trish Kerle’ speaks with Jim Capshew, IU associate professor and author of a biography of the late President and Chancellor of Indiana University, Herman B. Wells.  Capshew speaks about Wells’ personality and leadership style, his time as a student, Dean of the business school, President and Chancellor at IU and his legacy and contributions to …

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