In Ep. 100, Dean Jim Shanahan is joined by Michael McRobbie, President of Indiana University. Tune in to hear about President McRobbie's work on the national Committee on the Future of Voting, the challenges facing our election process, and the debate of paper versus electronic voting. #ThroughTheGates #podcast #voting #futureofvoting
In episode 99, Dean Shanahan and Richard S. Melvin Professor of Law Jeannine Bell talk about hate crimes and their persistence in the United States, especially in the highly segregated Midwest. #PoliticsandtheWorld
"The thing that people forget, is that most elections are actually decided by the people that don't vote." Professor Paul Helmke, Associate Director of P.A.C.E. Lisa-Marie Napoli, and Dean Shanahan talk about the importance of midterm elections, beating Purdue in the Big Ten Voting Challenge, and the power of student voters.
In the inaugural episode of The Sample, our weekly student-driven short, we talk with Tamara Loewenthal of the Lotus Education and Arts Foundation and Norbert Herber of the Media School. They cover everything from the 25th annual Lotus World Music and Arts Festival volunteer cohesion to the collaboration necessary for this year's Big Tent multimedia experience.
This week, Dean Shanahan discusses the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival with Executive Director Sunni Fass and Interim Artistic Director Rob Simonds. Listen to learn about the history of the festival, how Lotus cultivates the acts, and what artists that will be performing this year.
In episode 96, Dean Shanahan and IU Soul Revue Director James Strong talk about soul music, the Soul Revue and Strong's time in the industry, working with artists from New Edition to Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds, to Stephanie Mills. #ChroniclesofIU #ArtsandHumanities
In episode 95, Dean Shanahan and Sustaining Hoosier Communities Director Jane Rogan talk about how her team addresses community-identified needs and opportunities by connecting Indiana towns with IU courses, students, and faculty. #ChroniclesofIU
In episode 94, Associate professor Terri Francis and Dean Shanahan discuss the Black Film Center/Archive’s Michael Shultz film series (including To Be Young, Gifted, and Black, Cooley High, Krush Groove and Car Wash), Francis’s upcoming book about the cinematic career of Josephine Baker, and the realities of Afrosurrealism. #ChroniclesofIU #ArtsandHumanities
In episode 89, Through the Gates producer Emily Miles speaks to the SoCal genre-blurring act Chicano Batman. The group visited Bloomington to headline the annual Culture Shock festival, which took place at Rhino's Youth Center on April 14, 2018. #chroniclesatiu
In episode 87, we feature an early-release episode of a mini-series from the College of Arts and Sciences featuring three alumni who received awards from the College this year. This episode is about award-winning author, journalist, and music critic Anthony DeCurtis. #chroniclesofiu #artsandhumanities
In episode 86, Emily Miles speaks with Barbara Restle, environmental activist and press freedom advocate. A childhood in 1930s Austria, where Nazi occupation came to suppress independent reporting, led Restle to eventually study journalism at Indiana University. In 2017, Restle contributed funding to the Media School for the study of the Freedom of Information Act and confidential source protections. The music in this episode comes from Greta Keller, Bela Bartok, Jahzzar and Doctor Turtle....
In episode 85, Janae Cummings speaks to Noah Bendix-Balgley, first concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic and a graduate of IU's Jacobs School of Music. As the Wells Scholars Program professor, Bendix-Balgley recently visited Bloomington to lead an honors interdisciplinary colloquium for undergraduate students on "Art Music in the Contemporary World: An Exploration of Emerging Models." #chroniclesofiu #artsandhumanities
In episode 84, journalist Jamie Kalven spoke to Media School Dean James Shanahan about using first amendment freedoms to fight censorship. Kalven successfully fought a subpoena to name sources for his story about the police-involved shooting death of Chicago teenager Laquan McDonald. #politicsandtheworld
In episode 83, Janae Cummings interviews legendary dancer and choreographer Twyla Tharp. The two talk about her career, method, and course collaboration with Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music and Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance. #chroniclesofiu #artsandhumanities