Jul 17, 2019
We often think of popular music as the product of a single person or group. What if we understood music to be a much more collaborative effort than that? On this episode we talk with Thomas Brothers, professor of music at Duke University, about his latest book, Help!: The Beatles, Duke Ellington, and the Magic...
Jul 3, 2019
What should we teach our children in school about values? In this episode, we talk with Ian MacMullen. He teaches at Duke University and is author of multiple books including Civics Beyond Critics: Character Education in a Liberal Democracy.
Jun 26, 2019
This episode features student-produced stories from the Duke University Social Science Radio Workshop. All of the stories highlight aspects of student life.
Jun 12, 2019
Does being a parent affect your political outlook? On this episode, we discuss work by Laurel Elder of Hartwick College and Steven Greene of North Carolina State University that sheds light on this question.
Jun 5, 2019
People with low household income can face challenges in achieving energy efficiency that could ease some cost concerns. On this episode, we bring together university, commercial, and government perspectives to discuss what we can do about that challenge as we talk with Anne Tazewell of North Carolina State University,...