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Arts, Medicine, and Literature conversations from Public Radio Tulsa

Latest Episodes

A Conversation with Margot Livesey, the Celebrated Scottish-Born, Boston-Based Writer

Our guest on ST is Margot Livesey, the Scottish-born, Boston-based writer whose work has earned a Guggenheim Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the PEN New England Award, and the Massachusetts Book Award. She tells us about two of her books, "The Hidden Machinery: Essays on Writing" and "Mercury: A Novel." Of the latter, the New York Times noted: "Livesey knows her way around human desire and disappointment. Like the recent blockbusters 'Gone Girl' and 'Fates and Furies,'

28 MIN7 hours ago
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A Conversation with Margot Livesey, the Celebrated Scottish-Born, Boston-Based Writer

"The Second Founding: How the Civil War and Reconstruction Remade the Constitution"

Our guest is Eric Foner, the DeWitt Clinton Professor Emeritus of History at Columbia University, who is a Pulitzer Prize–winning scholar and one of the most prominent historians in the United States. He'll give the free-to-the-public 23rd Annual John W. Hager Distinguished Lecture at the TU College of Law (at 3120 East 4th Place) on October 17th. (The reception for this event is at 5:30pm; the lecture begins at 6pm.) Prof. Foner will be speaking about his newest book, which he also tells us

29 MIN1 days ago
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"The Second Founding: How the Civil War and Reconstruction Remade the Constitution"

Developing a Culture of Health: A Chat with Lori Melichar of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Our guest on ST Medical Monday is Lori Melichar, a labor economist with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Per the RWJF website , Lori is "a senior director [who] focuses on discovering, exploring, and learning from cutting-edge ideas with the potential to help create a Culture of Health. She is also the host of the Foundation's Pioneering Ideas podcast. Previously at the Foundation, Melichar managed several programs to focus a broad research community on studies to improve health and health

29 MIN2 days ago
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Developing a Culture of Health: A Chat with Lori Melichar of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

StudioTulsa Presents Museum Confidential: "The Horse Museum"

On this edition of ST, we present a new installmwent in our popular Museum Confidential podcast series (which just began its third season). This time out, we learn about a **new** book from Dr. Seuss, which is just out, and which is based on an unfinished collection of notes and sketches that the brillitant children's book author and illustrator (who died in 1991) left behind in a drawer. The book, called "The Horse Museum," is a love letter to museums as well as a primer on art history.

29 MIN2 days ago
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StudioTulsa Presents Museum Confidential: "The Horse Museum"

"Modi's India: At Home and Abroad" at the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations

Our guest is Tanvi Madan, a Senior Fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy in the Foreign Policy Program -- and also the Director of The India Project -- at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. Her work centers upon India's role in the world and its foreign policy, focusing especially on the subcontinent's relations with China and the US. Madan recently gave an address at the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations, the title of which referred to Narendra Modi, who's been

29 MIN6 days ago
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"Modi's India: At Home and Abroad" at the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations

"Wildhood: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals"

Our guests are the Harvard evolutionary biologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and the award-winning science writer Kathryn Bowers, who tell us about their jointly written new book, "Wildhood." It makes several fascinating connections between the lives and behaviors of teenage animals and those of teenage human beings. Per the Los Angeles Times: "The vivid storytelling and fascinating scientific digressions in [this book] make it a pleasurable read. It's also a book parents may find reassuring:

29 MIN1 weeks ago
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"Wildhood: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals"

"Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump"

All of Washington, DC -- indeed, all of American politics -- has been in a frenzy ever since a whistleblower's complaint came to light, only a couple of weeks ago, regarding President Trump's July 25th phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Information about this call prompted House Democrats to begin their impeachment inquiry of the President, and now a second whistleblower is apparently coming forward (as well as, possibly, a third). On ST today, we look back on the history of

28 MIN1 weeks ago
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"Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump"

Offering Better Care to Those with Skin Ailments: A Chat with Dr. Ade Adamson, a Noted Dermatologist

Our guest on ST Medical Monday is Dr. Ade Adamson, a board-certified dermatologist and assistant professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the newly created Dell Medical School at UT-Austin. As noted at this "bio" page from the UT-Austin website , where you can also access a list of Dr. Adamson's articles: "His primary clinical interest is in caring for patients at high risk for melanoma of the skin, such as those with many moles (particularly atypical moles) or a personal and/or

29 MIN1 weeks ago
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Offering Better Care to Those with Skin Ailments: A Chat with Dr. Ade Adamson, a Noted Dermatologist

The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Offers Debussy's "Images" and More

Our guest is Ron Spigelman, who will conduct the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra during its next concert (happening tomorrow night, Saturday the 5th, at the Tulsa PAC). Opening with Rimsky-Korsakov's vivid "Capriccio Espagnol," the evening will also feature Mozart's "Posthorn Symphony" (or Serenade No. 9) and Debussy's swirling and colorful "Images." More info is posted here .

29 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Offers Debussy's "Images" and More

Soon Appearing Here at TU: The Noted Poet and Spoken-Word Artist Shane Koyczan

Our guest is the award-winning spoken word performer, Shane Koyczan, whose moving and furious yet also candid and disarming storytelling (and versifying) has impressed audiences all over the globe. Winner of both the U.S. Slam Poetry Championship and the Canadian Spoken Word Olympics, Koyczan will soon be performing here on the TU campus. He's being presented by OK SO Tulsa, a storytelling organization founded in 2013 that's dedicated to letting people tell their own true stories in a "live

29 MIN1 weeks ago
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Soon Appearing Here at TU: The Noted Poet and Spoken-Word Artist Shane Koyczan

Latest Episodes

A Conversation with Margot Livesey, the Celebrated Scottish-Born, Boston-Based Writer

Our guest on ST is Margot Livesey, the Scottish-born, Boston-based writer whose work has earned a Guggenheim Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the PEN New England Award, and the Massachusetts Book Award. She tells us about two of her books, "The Hidden Machinery: Essays on Writing" and "Mercury: A Novel." Of the latter, the New York Times noted: "Livesey knows her way around human desire and disappointment. Like the recent blockbusters 'Gone Girl' and 'Fates and Furies,'

28 MIN7 hours ago
Comments
A Conversation with Margot Livesey, the Celebrated Scottish-Born, Boston-Based Writer

"The Second Founding: How the Civil War and Reconstruction Remade the Constitution"

Our guest is Eric Foner, the DeWitt Clinton Professor Emeritus of History at Columbia University, who is a Pulitzer Prize–winning scholar and one of the most prominent historians in the United States. He'll give the free-to-the-public 23rd Annual John W. Hager Distinguished Lecture at the TU College of Law (at 3120 East 4th Place) on October 17th. (The reception for this event is at 5:30pm; the lecture begins at 6pm.) Prof. Foner will be speaking about his newest book, which he also tells us

29 MIN1 days ago
Comments
"The Second Founding: How the Civil War and Reconstruction Remade the Constitution"

Developing a Culture of Health: A Chat with Lori Melichar of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Our guest on ST Medical Monday is Lori Melichar, a labor economist with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Per the RWJF website , Lori is "a senior director [who] focuses on discovering, exploring, and learning from cutting-edge ideas with the potential to help create a Culture of Health. She is also the host of the Foundation's Pioneering Ideas podcast. Previously at the Foundation, Melichar managed several programs to focus a broad research community on studies to improve health and health

29 MIN2 days ago
Comments
Developing a Culture of Health: A Chat with Lori Melichar of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

StudioTulsa Presents Museum Confidential: "The Horse Museum"

On this edition of ST, we present a new installmwent in our popular Museum Confidential podcast series (which just began its third season). This time out, we learn about a **new** book from Dr. Seuss, which is just out, and which is based on an unfinished collection of notes and sketches that the brillitant children's book author and illustrator (who died in 1991) left behind in a drawer. The book, called "The Horse Museum," is a love letter to museums as well as a primer on art history.

29 MIN2 days ago
Comments
StudioTulsa Presents Museum Confidential: "The Horse Museum"

"Modi's India: At Home and Abroad" at the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations

Our guest is Tanvi Madan, a Senior Fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy in the Foreign Policy Program -- and also the Director of The India Project -- at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. Her work centers upon India's role in the world and its foreign policy, focusing especially on the subcontinent's relations with China and the US. Madan recently gave an address at the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations, the title of which referred to Narendra Modi, who's been

29 MIN6 days ago
Comments
"Modi's India: At Home and Abroad" at the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations

"Wildhood: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals"

Our guests are the Harvard evolutionary biologist Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and the award-winning science writer Kathryn Bowers, who tell us about their jointly written new book, "Wildhood." It makes several fascinating connections between the lives and behaviors of teenage animals and those of teenage human beings. Per the Los Angeles Times: "The vivid storytelling and fascinating scientific digressions in [this book] make it a pleasurable read. It's also a book parents may find reassuring:

29 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
"Wildhood: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals"

"Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump"

All of Washington, DC -- indeed, all of American politics -- has been in a frenzy ever since a whistleblower's complaint came to light, only a couple of weeks ago, regarding President Trump's July 25th phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Information about this call prompted House Democrats to begin their impeachment inquiry of the President, and now a second whistleblower is apparently coming forward (as well as, possibly, a third). On ST today, we look back on the history of

28 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
"Whistleblowers: Honesty in America from Washington to Trump"

Offering Better Care to Those with Skin Ailments: A Chat with Dr. Ade Adamson, a Noted Dermatologist

Our guest on ST Medical Monday is Dr. Ade Adamson, a board-certified dermatologist and assistant professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the newly created Dell Medical School at UT-Austin. As noted at this "bio" page from the UT-Austin website , where you can also access a list of Dr. Adamson's articles: "His primary clinical interest is in caring for patients at high risk for melanoma of the skin, such as those with many moles (particularly atypical moles) or a personal and/or

29 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Offering Better Care to Those with Skin Ailments: A Chat with Dr. Ade Adamson, a Noted Dermatologist

The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Offers Debussy's "Images" and More

Our guest is Ron Spigelman, who will conduct the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra during its next concert (happening tomorrow night, Saturday the 5th, at the Tulsa PAC). Opening with Rimsky-Korsakov's vivid "Capriccio Espagnol," the evening will also feature Mozart's "Posthorn Symphony" (or Serenade No. 9) and Debussy's swirling and colorful "Images." More info is posted here .

29 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Offers Debussy's "Images" and More

Soon Appearing Here at TU: The Noted Poet and Spoken-Word Artist Shane Koyczan

Our guest is the award-winning spoken word performer, Shane Koyczan, whose moving and furious yet also candid and disarming storytelling (and versifying) has impressed audiences all over the globe. Winner of both the U.S. Slam Poetry Championship and the Canadian Spoken Word Olympics, Koyczan will soon be performing here on the TU campus. He's being presented by OK SO Tulsa, a storytelling organization founded in 2013 that's dedicated to letting people tell their own true stories in a "live

29 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Soon Appearing Here at TU: The Noted Poet and Spoken-Word Artist Shane Koyczan