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KCSB’s “Culture of Protest” Remembers Warsaw Ghetto Uprisings, Thursday, 6-7pm

Professor Dick Flacks describes the next broadcast of "Culture of Protest": "The recent film Defiance depicted the armed resistance of Jewish partisans in Eastern Europe during World War II. April 19 marks the anniversary of the largest of such uprisings, the Warsaw Ghetto uprising of 1943. To observe this day of remembrance, this week's features [...]

Thursday’s “Culture of Protest” Reflects Upon Pesach and Easter

"Culture of Protest" host Professor Dick Flacks writes, "On this week's show we respond to the convergence of the two holidays with music relating to the social meanings of both. The passover seder speaks to the generations about slavery and its overcoming, and we will feature a number of songs that deliberately link Jewish, African [...]

KCSB Presents “UCSB Reads” Broadcasts of the Dalai Lama’s “Ethics for a New Millennium,” Weekdays at Noon

KCSB Presents “UCSB Reads” Broadcasts of the Dalai Lama’s “Ethics for a New Millennium,” Weekdays at Noon

For the third year, KCSB 91.9 FM is participating in the UCSB Reads common reading experience. Each weekday at noon, starting on Monday, March 30th, KCSB will be airing half-hour readings from the Dalai Lama’s book, "Ethics for a New Millennium." UCSB Reads is part of a series of area events in anticipation of the Dalai Lama's visit on [...]

A Conversation with Journalist and Japan Scholar Ian Buruma on “Market Place of Ideas,” Thursday at 12:30pm

A Conversation with Journalist and Japan Scholar Ian Buruma on “Market Place of Ideas,” Thursday at 12:30pm

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks with Ian Buruma, journalist, novelist, documentarian and Henry R. Luce, Professor of Human Rights and Journalism at Bard College. Buruma's new book is a sprawling historical novel called The China Lover, a semi-fictionalized history of Japan during and after World War II and the life [...]

“Tibetan Buddhism and Living Fully in the Present”: Prof. Jose Cabezon on “Art of Peace,” Weds., 7pm

“Spirituality I take to be concerned with those qualities of the human spirit - such as love and compassion, patience, tolerance, forgiveness, contentment, a sense of responsibility, a sense of harmony-which bring happiness to both self and others.” - The XIV Dalai Lama from “Ethics for a New Millennium.” In celebration of UCSB Reads [...]

Communication from the Heart with Rodger Sorrow on Art of Peace, Wednesday March 18 7pm.

Communication from the Heart with Rodger Sorrow on Art of Peace, Wednesday March 18 7pm.

Imagine...connecting with the human spirit in each person in any situation. Creating families, organizations and communities that form life-serving systems responsive to our needs and the needs of the environment. Join "Art of Peace" host Philip Le Vasseur as he speaks with Rodger Sorrow, a certified trainer for the Center for Nonviolent [...]

“Bookworm” host Michael Silverblatt on “The Marketplace of Ideas,” Thursday

“Bookworm” host Michael Silverblatt on “The Marketplace of Ideas,” Thursday

This Thursday, March 19th, on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall discusses reading, writing and radio with Michael Silverblatt. Silverblatt has hosted KCRW's Bookworm, the beloved public radio forum for the discussion of fiction and poetry, for twenty years. On his program, Silverblatt has been host and interlocutor to such literary [...]

JD Souther Interview on “Roadtunes Sessions,” Tues., March 17th (Performs in Los Olivos on 3/18!)

JD Souther Interview on “Roadtunes Sessions,” Tues., March 17th (Performs in Los Olivos on 3/18!)

J.D. Souther will be featured on "Roadtunes Sessions," Tuesday, March 17th, at 11 am. Host Andy Doerr will be talking with J.D. about his recently released solo CD, "If the World Was You," his first in 25 years, and about his upcoming show at Tales From the Tavern, Wednesday, March 18. Souther is best known as one of the principle architects of [...]

‘The Sound of Young America’ host Jesse Thorn on ‘The Marketplace of Ideas,’ Thursday, Noon

‘The Sound of Young America’ host Jesse Thorn on ‘The Marketplace of Ideas,’ Thursday, Noon

This Thursday on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall discusses the craft of interviewing, being a public personality and the state of public radio today with Jesse Thorn, host and producer of Public Radio International's The Sound of Young America, "a public radio show about things that are awesome", as well as founder and principal of the [...]

Author Jonathan Gottschall Talks Literary Studies and the Sciences on Thursday’s “Marketplace of Ideas”

Author Jonathan Gottschall Talks Literary Studies and the Sciences on Thursday’s “Marketplace of Ideas”

This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, a conversation with Jonathan Gottschall, English instructor at Washington and Jefferson College and author of Literature, Science and a New Humanities. Academic literary studies, Gottschall argues, has lost its way: the discipline has fallen unmoored from truth and falsity and failed to come up with a method [...]

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