KEEPING IT CIVIL
This week our host Henry got the chance to sit down with Jane Kamensky, Professor of History at Harvard University. Her book, “A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton Copley” was a central part of the discussion. Other major topics include how the American Revolution and history itself are being taught in schools […]
ART IN THE 48 PODCAST
In 1982, flautist Clare Hoffman was feeling the pains of burnout from trying to kick off her career in New York. When she happened to pick up Willa Cather’s “The Song of the Lark,” she found herself relating to the protagonist, an artist who traveled to Northern Arizona in order to get a breath of fresh air and find her muse. Clare and her husband, Robert Bonfiglio, were inspired to follow suit. See how their journey became the origins of the Grand Canyon Music Festival.
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THE FUTURES OF DEMOCRACY
Explore the role that civility plays in democracy, both as an ideal and in practice.