We hear an episode of The Scholar's Circle with host Maria Armoudian.
First, how water has shaped our past and how new water challenges are shaping the future. We talk with Charles Fishman author of The Big Thirst: The Secret Life and Turbulent Future of Water.
Later, on the scholars' panel. New global developments are changing the structures and holders of power. With new technology and greater interconnectedness, states are losing power and non-state actors are gaining power. But what exactly does it mean to have power? And where exactly does power come from? Panelists are Giulio M. Gallarotti, Gov't, Wesleyan Univ.; Joseph S. Nye Jr. Harvard's Kennedy School of Gov't; and Erica Chenoweth, Gov't, Wesleyan Univ.
Carey Perloff, Artistic Director of American Conservatory Theater on her New Memoir, Beautiful Chaos
Art Focus is off today. Instead we'll hear an episode of Bookwaves.
Carey Perloff, Artistic Director of American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, discusses her memoir, Beautiful Chaos: A Life in the Theater, and talks about the role of non-profit theater in America today. Hosted by Richard Wolinsky.
From the series Bookwaves on KPFA.
Making Contact takes us to Alaska's Tongass Forest, where the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act turned tribes into corporations and sparked a lengthy logging frenzy. In this radio adaptation of the documentary film, Walking in Two Worlds, we meet a Tlingit brother and sister, who are trying to heal both the forest and their native community.