On this special Halloween edition of the podcast, cultural historian Leo Braudy, author of Haunted, sat down with us to talk about the history of monsters and other scary creatures.
Monthly Archives: October 2016
Paul V. Turner, Wattis Professor Art, Emeritus, at Stanford University, interviewed by Jessica Holahan about Professor Turner’s new book, Frank Lloyd Wright and San Francisco, which delves into the entirety of Wright’s built and unbuilt projects in California’s Bay Area.
Description: YJIA sat down with former Governor of Vermont and candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination Howard Dean to discuss the US election. With just over two weeks to go, Governor Dean reflects on this explosive campaign and explains why the Democrats cannot be complacent. Governor Dean explains the huge challenges that this election has to revealed to both parties and the media. Whatever the result, he believes this election will be transformative.
The long-held belief that the Declaration of Independence calls for a small government may not be an accurate assessment. Historian Steve Pincus discusses the meaning of this seminal document as well as its continuing influence in modern politics and American life.