Episodes
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A practical guide to caring for your aging parents and loved ones.
Published 07/12/18
We're talking about color this week--where it comes from, how we see it, and its role in our lives.
Published 06/28/18
They have survived Stalinism, the Cold War, the Afghan War, and the end of the Soviet experiment, but who are the Russian Super Mafia?
Published 06/21/18
We're all part of groups, large or small, but how and why do humans form groups and societies? We look at how cognition influences society and what it means for our understanding of the world.
Published 06/14/18
We discuss the current Mark Bradford exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC with the curator of that show, Evelyn Hankins.
Published 06/07/18
A look at the life of one of the most influential figures in modern history from his childhood to his assassination and beyond.
Published 05/31/18
What does it mean to be fabulous? A look at the issues facing queer, brown, and marginalized people with madison moore.
Published 05/10/18
A look inside the human brain with neuroscientist David Linden who helps explain some of its mysteries.
Published 04/26/18
A hero to the right, a foe to the left, Antonin Scalia was one of the most influential Supreme Court justices to ever serve. Richard Hasen discusses Scalia's legacy.
Published 04/19/18
Class in America, often ignored, has shaped the country from the very beginning. We take a look at the changing role of class and how it has led us to where we are today.
Published 04/12/18