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The College of Liberal Arts is one of the largest colleges on Auburn’s campus with twelve departments, one school, 3,900 students and 400 faculty and staff. We offer 38 undergraduate majors, 33 minors, 19 graduate programs and 6 professional certificates. Our curriculum offers a diverse range of subjects encompassing four areas: social sciences, communications, humanities and fine arts. Our graduates hold a strong record of industry employment and/or acceptance into graduate schools and trai ...
 
Dorothy Parker once said, "The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity." This podcast from Shanny Luft, a professor of religion at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, promotes and celebrates curiosity in the liberal arts, from God to Godzilla. No Cure for Curiosity is a podcast for curious people.
 
In the English language, black sheep is an idiom used to describe a member of a group, different from the rest. The Black Sheep pod is a biweekly podcast hosted by Mike Creef, a liberal arts dropout turned journalist and Emeka Nnaka, former pro athlete turned inspirational speaker. Two guys that found their respective voices being out of the ordinary. Black sheep may not have ideal paths but they do have unique perspectives. Join the conversation for an insightful dialogue about the latest n ...
 
Français Interactif is an online French course from the University of Texas at Austin with a CC By license. It has been funded and created by Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services at the University of Texas, and is currently supported by COERLL, the Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning UT-Austin, and the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE Grant P116B070251) as an example of the open access initiative.
 
The Every Voice Now Podcast showcases the inspiring stories of authors of color and the making of their books. Each episode unpacks the journey of these writers and the challenges they had to overcome along the way to become a published author. In an industry still dominated by whiteness, these stories reveal the extra hurdles that voices of color encounter in their professional and personal lives and provide encouragement for all those who seek to follow in their footsteps. A production of ...
 
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Drew Jackson grew up listening to hip-hop, which stirred in his creative soul a love for lyricism and rhythm that led to his ultimately becoming a poet, alongside his roles as a pastor and peacemaker. When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the world behind closed doors, Drew used that time to immerse himself in the world of poetry, and a book was born. …
 
Shanny talks with Kimiko Matsumura, an art historian, and Chad Seales, a scholar of religion and culture, about Lizzo and the video for "Rumors." Why was the video set in an ancient Greek and Roman visual world? How does the song and video reflect Lizzo's message of body positivity? And did Cardi B have her baby yet?! All this and more is covered o…
 
In this episode Mike and Meka give a “brief” history of their backgrounds. They discuss how they met and what actually led them to become friends. Then they dive into their relationship with the Evangelical church and talk about church hurt and it’s impact on their lives. Be sure to like and subscribe anywhere you get your podcasts to stay up to da…
 
In the first episode of the second semester, we are curious about Stephen Colbert and American Catholicism. So we invited Stephanie Brehm, author of America's Most Famous Catholic (According to Himself): Stephen Colbert and American Religion in the 21st Century. And joining us is Mary Ellen O'Donnell, author of Ingrained Habits: Growing up Catholic…
 
Heather Thompson Day has the gift of communication, and this has led to her writing multiple books as well as teaching communication at the collegiate level and launching her recent podcast "Viral Jesus" with Christianity Today. But she is also a woman who has experienced her fair share of challenges and obstacles in her writing and life journeys, …
 
In this episode Mike and Emeka discuss the Delta Variant and the continuing Covid pandemic, the US leaving Afghanistan and how that war has affected and shaped all of our lives, and the continuing humanitarian, governmental, and environmental crisis in Haiti. Mike and Emeka expound on the nuances of each situation and try to have some laughs while …
 
In the English language, black sheep is an idiom used to describe a member of a group, different from the rest. The Black Sheep pod is a biweekly podcast hosted by Mike Creef, a liberal arts dropout turned journalist and Emeka Nnaka, former pro athlete turned inspirational speaker. Two guys that found their respective voices being out of the ordina…
 
When Irwyn Ince Jr. was a teenager, he began to distance himself from his Christian faith. But as he came to understand and appreciate his Blackness, God used that recognition of his ethnic and racial identity to bring him back to the fold and to shape Irwyn in ways that would uniquely position him as a key African-American leader in a Reformed spa…
 
Hey everyone! Episode 25 is live! I'm joined with Dr. Drew McKevitt (@drewmckevitt) of Louisiana Tech University, and we're talking about Gun Legislation in the United States. From what exactly is a militia, to the effects of the NFA, FFA, how the Black Panther Party for Self Defense affected the gun control movement, to the Brady Bill, this episod…
 
Terence Lester understands the pain and frustration that comes with being taught from books featuring people who were not like him. He is channeling these past experiences into his own books which he has used to shine the spotlight on the most marginalized members of our society, such as those who are homeless and poor. In this honest and emotional…
 
Christians can face two dangerous extremes when it comes to developing habits. Some focus solely on behavior modification. Others wait to obey God until they feel like it. In our Season 1 finale, Dr. Greg Gifford, an associate professor of biblical counseling at The Master's University and author of “Heart & Habits: How We Change For Good,” offers …
 
Join our Facebook community at www.facebook.com/NoCureforCuriosityPodcast/. Send comments and suggestions to nocureforcuriosity@outlook.com. Our intro music was written by UWSP music student Derek Carden and our logo is by artist and graphic designer Ryan Dreimiller.โดย Shanny Luft
 
What's up everyone? For Episode 24, I'm joined by Dr. Bradley Sommer (@historybrad on the Bird app), and we're talking about the Rust Belt, the place both he and I will always call home. We talk about it's importance to the growth of the country, the different sectors of manufacturing that made up the area, the policies that drove that manufacturin…
 
You’ve seen the intricate, hand-drawn animations. You’ve heard about the compelling stories. But what is anime and why are so many people attracted to it? Prof. Jo Suzuki, who teaches a class on anime at TMU, answers these questions and more. To learn more about the English department at The Master's University, click here.…
 
Hey everyone! Once again, I'm joined by Jordin Dickerson (@Jordin_Aterria), professor at UNCP in PoliSci, holder of a history and law degree, and current public defender, and we're talking about the "Takings clause" of the Fifth Amendment and some important cases that have shaped the US in the last 20 years or so. While not TOO old as far as histor…
 
The chair of TMU's engineering and computer science department stops by to answer a question that's beginning to show up in academic circles: As artificial intelligence continues to advance, should it be granted human rights? To learn more about TMU's engineering and computer science programs, click here. (TMU's engineering programs are pending WSC…
 
YDKH Hits the Books is back with our second episode, featuring Dr. Brandon Jett. His upcoming book, "Race, Crime, and Policing in the Jim Crow South" comes out on 7 July, and he came on to talk about it! You can grab a copy here: https://www.brandontjett.com/books and here: https://lsupress.org/books/detail/race-crime-and-policing-in-the-jim-crow-s…
 
Matt Green, the director of TMU’s Cinema & Digital Arts program and the driving force behind TMU’s first feature film, stops by to discuss the potential pitfalls of making a faith film, the ingredients of a good movie, and what business Christians have entering the industry. To learn more about TMU's Cinema & Digital Arts program, click here.…
 
For the season five finale of call and response, we celebrate FREEDOM. In a time where fear and scarcity feel wide-spread, how can we claim freedom, abundance, and liberation for ourselves? We talk with five artist-creators about what artistic freedom means to them. Hear from actor and multidimensional storyteller Ja'Michael De'Shawn, director Mira…
 
Hey everyone! For episode 22, I'm joined by Dr. Adam A. Blackler (@adam_blackerWY) and we're talking about the Weimar Republic. We cover A LOT in this episode, from the economic hardships, the amazing culture of the republic, how it wasn't doomed to fail, and ultimately, how it fell. This was an amazing episode, and I hope you enjoy it! YDKH's them…
 
For season 5's penultimate episode, we talk with artivist Britton Smith, who you’ve seen on Broadway in Be More Chill, Shuffle Along, and After Midnight, about how he learned to embrace his authentic self, what he’s learned from his work with Broadway Advocacy Coalition, and why he started his funk liberation band, Britton & The Sting.…
 
Hey everyone! For episode 21, I'm joined by Dr. Corinne Gressang (@corinnegressang on Twitter), assistant professor of history at Erskine College and we're covering the French Revolution. We cover why the conditions in France were ripe for a revolution, how Louis XVI didn't really have the tools to be king, as well as the multiple iterations of the…
 
What happens when a society stops being social? Dr. John Street, chair of TMU's Graduate Department in Biblical Counseling, discusses the impact of a year filled — for many — with isolation and uncertainty. Things have continued to open up across the country since the recording of this episode, but the ripple effects continue. To learn more about T…
 
We are so hype, so thrilled, and so excited that call and response podcast has hit of 100 episodes! To celebrate the milestone, we’re looking back at the previous 99 episodes, highlighting and reliving some of the best moments—the joy, the tears, and the thought-provoking conversations on what it means to exist at the intersection of Blackness and …
 
Hey everyone! YDKH is BACK! In this episode, Dr. Rob Thompson is back to talk about his new book "Clear, Hold, and Destroy: Pacification in Phú Yên and the American War in Vietnam." We talk about what got Dr. Thompson interested in the province, what sources he utilized, and how to deal with book reviews. It was great having Dr. Thompson back on, a…
 
We talk with Gerald Caesar, soon to be seen in the Dear Evan Hansen movie adaptation, about making his Broadway debut in A Bronx Tale, performing with Choir Boy on the Tony Awards, and navigating social media pressures and nuances.
 
Lampreys may be jawless fish, but their fossils have a lot to say about long-held assumptions concerning evolution. On this episode, McLain, an assistant professor of biology and geology at TMU, discusses a recent article entitled “Fossil lamprey larvae from South Africa overturn assumptions about vertebrate origins.” The article was written by Rob…
 
Shanny talks with Political Science John Blakeman about the Supreme Court. What have been some of the most interesting and important cases from this past term? How have the three new justices impacted the rulings of the Supreme Court? Shanny is curious. How would you rule in these cases? Continue the conversation on our Facebook page at www.faceboo…
 
We talk with Tony winner Tonya Pinkins about what she learned from starring in Caroline, or Change, why she initially didn’t want to move to New York City, and how she grew from her experience as the writer-director-star of the award-winning socio-political horror film Red Pill.
 
On January 6, 2021, as insurrectionists stormed the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. with a number of them waving flags declaring that "Jesus Saves!", it became clear that the fault lines in evangelical Christianity had become exposed for all to see, and that the Jesus being touted on these signs was a white, American, nationalistic version of …
 
Tech companies wield considerable authority over the information we do — and do not — see online. Is that potentially illegal or just problematic? What can be done about it? Dr. Gregg Frazer, dean of TMU’s School of Humanities, addresses these and other questions on the second installment of The Master’s University’s newest podcast. To learn more a…
 
We talk with the leadership team of the Obie-winning The Fire This Time Festival—executive director and founder Kelley Girod, producer Julienne Hairston, associate producer and director of TFTT New Works Lab A.J. Muhammad, and artistic director Cezar Williams—about how the festival has cultivated the feeling of family, why freedom of voice is essen…
 
Hey everyone! For Episode 20, I'm joined by Mark Herbert, a Civil War historian and MA student at Missouri State University, and today we're talking about the history of the Lost Cause. In this episode, we talk about how the Lost Cause mythology has managed to grow since the end of the Civil War, and how it continues to grow. We talk about Confeder…
 
We chat with Broadway performer Zurin Villanueva about what she gained from attending Howard University, how she felt performing in the musical adaptations of the iconic movies Clueless and Mean Girls, and why learning from Savion Glover in Shuffle Along changed her dance game.
 
The dean of TMU’s School of Education stops by to discuss what students have lost during more than a year of distance learning and how teachers and parents can help them get it back. To learn more about TMU's Pearl C. Schaffer School of Education, click here.
 
Hey everyone! We're back! I'm joined by Dick Warlock (@NotDickWarlock on Twitter) where we talked about the film "Black Hawk Down." We talk about the film, how the film glorified a horrible conflict, and how the film acted as a recruiting tool for the military shortly after 9/11. This will be the format for future bonus episodes, but everyone is ge…
 
In our fifth episode of Season 1, Shanny talks with Cary Elza and Valerie Barske about Godzilla and King Kong. We had such a great and wide-ranging conversation, we're splitting it into two parts. In part I, we primarily focus on the original Godzilla and King Kong films. In part 2, which will be released May 10, we focus on the new film, Godzilla …
 
We talk with The Lion King and Kiss Me, Kate star Adrienne Walker about studying vocal performance at Spelman College, fighting assumptions as a Black soprano, and launching her multimedia series 32 Bar Cut.
 
We chat with Ty Jones, the Producing Artistic Director of Classical Theatre of Harlem and an award-winning stage actor (NAACP, OBIE) about rebuilding the organization to make an uptown impact, finding inspiration for programming, and creating theatre that is all about the people.
 
Hey everyone! In episode 19, I'm joined by Dr. Virginia Summey (@HistorySummey), and independent historian and faculty fellow in the Lloyd International Honors College at the University of Norther Carolina-Greensboro, and we're talking about a VERY divisive topic in American political history: the Southern Strategy. We get into the background of th…
 
In our fourth episode of Season 1, Shanny talks with Kelly Wilz and Cary Elza, two UWSP professors in The Department of Media Studies, about Netflix's Big Mouth! If you are enjoying No Cure for Curiosity, please tell a friend about us. It helps other people find the show. And please continue the conversation on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com…
 
We talk with Tony-nominated producer and recently named Global Producer of the Year Brian Moreland about the producer contributions to diversifying audiences, the need to break free of hamster-wheel conversations, and the necessity of rediscovering the North Star of Theatre.
 
Hello! For episode 18, I'm joined by Dr. Eladio Bobadilla, assistant professor of history at the University of Kentucky (@e_b_bobadilla on Twitter) where we talk about the history of the US Labor Movement. We cover a TON in this episode, including a personal favorite of mine, Eugene V. Debs, how labor fought for workers' rights throughout the count…
 
We talk with The Muny’s Director of Education Tali Allen about when she fell in love with music education, what her Gen Z students have taught her, and why being “the only” can feel both exhausting, yet rewarding.
 
Hey everone! This week, I'm joined by Prof. Jordin Dickerson (@jordin_atierria) where we talk about the history of voter suppression in the United States. We'll talk about the efforts of the Founding Fathers to initially limit who could voted, how voter suppression tactics only became more and more refined during the Jim Crow era, how those tactics…
 
In our third episode, Shanny talks with Chris Diehm, Professor of Philosophy and program director of Environmental Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, and Ella Janson, a UWSP alum who holds degrees in Environmental Ethics, Drama, and History. In this episode, we talk about the study of Deep Ecology, our own relationships with natur…
 
We chat with actor-musician and Howard University’s BFA Musical Theatre Coordinator Marty Austin Lamar about the dare that led him to musical theatre, the power of education in the pursuit of equity, and the lessons he brings from his acting career to the classroom.
 
Hey everyone! For Episode 16, I am joined by Dr. Bruce DeHart, recently retired after a great career at UNC-Pembroke. In this episode we're talking about the October Revolution-the revolution that brought about the creation of the Soviet Union. We'll talk about a larger than life cast of characters, the groups that fought for power and influence du…
 
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