This program was recorded on September 28th, 2021.
Join scholars from area colleges and elsewhere as they share their specialized knowledge and enthusiasm. It’s like hearing your favorite college professors again, without worrying about writing papers or taking finals!
Sept. 21...James Densley: The Violence Project: How to Stop a Mass Shooting Epidemic**
Sept. 28...Ronald W. Greene: Free Speech: A Contested Symbol of Democracy**
Oct. 5...Carolyn Cox: St. Paul and Kidnapping in 1930s America*
Oct. 12...Matt Carlson: Fake News and the Fourth Estate**
Oct. 19...James Schmitz: The Problem of Monopolies and the Poor ##
Oct. 26...Yelena Bailey: How the Streets Were Made: Housing Segregation and Black Life in America ** ##
Nov. 2..John G. Shepard: A River Through Time: Change on the Mississippi**
Nov. 9..Ed Lotterman: The Colossus of the South: Brazil’s Unique History and its complex relationship with the United States.**
Nov. 16..Samuel L. Myers: The Minnesota Paradox of Race*
This series is partially co-sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of the University of MN## with the financial support of the Friends of the Ramsey County Libraries** and Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund*.