Racial Violence in Kentucky: A Historical Perspective
Mark Summers returns to Long Story Short as Dara and Cody gather round the holiday tree and get festive! This time: learn about the holidays and feel the "cheer."
By studying Brazilian films released between 1976 and 2005, Gordon examines how the films both define the national community and influence viewer understandings of "Brazilianness." Though the films he examines span decades, they all communicate their revised version of Brazilian national identity through a cinematic strategy with a dual aim: to upset ingrained ways of thinking about Brazil and to persuade those who watch the films to accept a new way of understanding their national community.
Nathan DeWall is a professor in the Psychology Department and has also served as one of the faculty co-directors of Wired since its start in 2011. He sat down with Wired alum Louis Hahn to talk about his experiences in the living learning program and how it has helped shaped his college experience.
This podcast was produced by Casey Hibbard.
Still looking for an opportunity to travel this summer? Tune in to this week's Office Hours as we speak with Matt Giancarlo, from the Department of English, and Susan Roberts, from the Department of Geography, about the education abroad trips that they will be leading this summer.
The Department of Sociology is excited to welcome Assistant Professor Mairead Moloney to its faculty!
This podcast is part of a series highlighting the new faculty members who joined the College of Arts and Sciences in the fall 2014 semester.