Communities in Conversation http://wknofm.org en Ta-Nehisi Coates on A Deeper Black: Race in America http://wknofm.org/post/ta-nehisi-coates-deeper-black-race-america <p>Ta-Nehisi Coates, national correspondent at The Atlantic, joins host Jonathan Judaken for a discussion on his upbringing, his influences, politics, and race in America.&nbsp;</p><p></p><p> Fri, 21 Feb 2014 00:30:00 +0000 Jonathan Judaken & Justin Willingham 43695 at http://wknofm.org Ta-Nehisi Coates on A Deeper Black: Race in America Darrin McMahon On The History Of Genius http://wknofm.org/post/darrin-mcmahon-history-genius <p>Host Jonathan Judaken speaks with <a href="http://www.darrinmcmahon.com/about/index.php">Dr. Darrin McMahon</a> about his new book, <em>Divine Fury: A History of Genius</em>, in which McMahon writes, "Genius. Say the word out loud. Even today, more than 2000 years after its first recorded use by the Roman author Plautus, it continues to resonate with power and allure. The power to create. The power to divine the secrets of the universe."</p> Fri, 08 Nov 2013 22:55:39 +0000 Jonathan Judaken & Justin Willingham 39288 at http://wknofm.org Darrin McMahon On The History Of Genius Interview with James Miller http://wknofm.org/post/interview-james-miller <p>James Miller is Professor of Politics and Liberal Studies at the New School for Social Research. Miller's work unusually combines publications on the history of rock and roll, as well as renowned studies of intellectual history.</p><p>His most recent book is called <em>Examined Lives</em>, which will form the basis of the public lecture he will give as part of the "<a href="http://www.facebook.com/communities.in.conversation">Communities in Conversation</a>" series at Rhodes College on January 22, 2013.</p> Fri, 11 Jan 2013 01:02:04 +0000 Jonathan Judaken & Justin Willingham 25325 at http://wknofm.org Interview with James Miller Interview with Jane Landers http://wknofm.org/post/interview-jane-landers <p>Jane Landers is Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History, former Associate Dean of the College of Arts &amp; Science and past Director of the Center for Latin American Studies. She is the author of <em>Atlantic Creoles in the Ag</em>e of Revolutions which was awarded the Rembert Patrick Book Award and has been awarded honorary mention for the 2011 Bolton Johnson Prize for the best English-language book on any aspect of Latin American History.&nbsp;</p><p> Tue, 20 Mar 2012 04:45:33 +0000 Jonathan Judaken & Justin Willingham 10818 at http://wknofm.org Interview with Jane Landers