Humanities Unbound

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In this episode, Taft GA Katelyn Lusher and University of Cincinnati history professor Isaac Campos discuss his research on Mexico and the illicit drug trade.
In this bonus episode, graduate assistant Katelyn Lusher interviews Dr. Derrick Brooms, associate professor of sociology and a 2019-2020 Taft Research Center Fellow, about his current research on the educational experiences of Black men and boy
In this special episode for Native American Heritage Month, Taft GA Katelyn Lusher discusses art, healing, and community with Stephen Black Bear LaBoueff, co-founder of the You Are Not Alone Network; Joy Gritton, art history professor at Morehe
In this episode, the Taft Center director, Dr. Amy Lind, discusses climate change, gender, and social justice with Dr. Nancy Tuana, professor of philosophy and women's, gender, and sexuality studies at Penn State University. A transcript of thi
In this episode, the Taft Center director, Dr. Amy Lind, discusses politics and the Latinx community with Dr. Lázaro Lima, professor of Latino Studies at Hunter College, CUNY. A transcript of this episode is available on the Taft Center website
In this episode, Taft GA Katelyn Lusher and University of Cincinnati anthropology professor Leila Rodriguez discuss undocumented and unaccompanied minors in Cincinnati. Transcript for this episode can be found on the Taft Center website at this
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