Posts Tagged ‘International Policy’

Uzodinma Iweala

August 1 . 2012

Dr. Uzo Iweala returned to Africa and has produced Our Kind of People, a non-fiction account of the AIDS crisis. He goes behind the headlines of an unprecedented epidemic to show the real lives it affects, illuminating the scope of the crisis and a continent’s valiant struggle.

Lisa Hymas, Daniel Drezner

February 18 . 2011

Some women in America are now choosing to be childless but is society more or less accepting of the trend? Lisa Hymas, with tells us why she’s child free and proud. Then what would happen to international politics if the dead rose from the grave and started to eat the living? In Theories of International Politics and Zombies, author,  Daniel Drezner answers the question that other scholars have been too scared to ask.

Felice Gelman, Harold Weaver

February 9 . 2011

Felice Gelman, a peace and justice activist with WESPAC talks about joining Egyptian protesters in solidarity last week in Cairo. Later, Dr. Harold Weaver, co-editor of Black Fire which captures the voices of 18 African Americans within the Quaker community about their viewpoints on racial justice joins us.

Stefan Kanfer, Dr. Barbara Bastien

January 12 . 2011

When is it ever okay to use the “N” word?  Is it a mistake to remove it from Huck Finn? Stefan Kanfer, contributing editor at City Journal tells us what he thinks and later Dr. Barbara Bastien will discuss the first anniversary of the earthquake that hit Haiti. She is the author of A Day In January.