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Interchange – Terror Skies: The Drone as Judge and Jury

In Part One, we’re joined by Majed Akhter, an Assistant Professor of Geography at Indiana University Bloomington whose current research examines how state power shapes, and is in turn shaped by, mobile objects such as drones and rivers. His writing focuses especially on Pakistan and the United States. And in Part Two we’ll joined by Stephen John and Greta Wohlrabe …

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Interchange – Minded By Algorithms: Digitizing the Word

Host Doug Storm talks with Ted Striphas, an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication & Culture at Indiana University and the author of the 2009 title The Late Age of Print: Everyday Book Culture from Consumerism to Control, about the ways that book technology has evolved and the ways in which humans evolved with it.  In discussing the digitization …

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