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Dave by the Bell

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Dave by the Bell

Appalachian State University

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University Communication’s own Dave Blanks wanders the earth over in search of answers to all of life’s questions... great and small. Okay, so he mainly stays on Appalachian State University’s campus... he still wanders though... and he definitely wonders as he wanders. Listen for silly asides and revolutionary revelations. Priceless.
 
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Walking Free

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Walking Free

Evan Bujeker & Ross Knight

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Walking Free: Faithful Living for Young Men, is an award-winning podcast about navigating this crazy world as a young, Christian man. Hear practical, Christ-centered advice and solutions from both your peers and those who have already spent time in the trenches and survived. Hosted by Evan Bujeker and Ross Knight.
 
Kentucky Humanities is an independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities in Washington, D.C. The Council is supported by the National Endowment and by private contributions. We are not a state agency, and we receive no state funds, but we are proud partners with Kentucky's cultural, heritage, arts, and tourism agencies. Why are we Telling Kentucky's Story? More than just history, by Kentucky's story we mean Kentucky's writers, inventors, judges, musicians, arch ...
 
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This week on the THINK HUMANITIES podcast, host Bill Goodman talks to Dr. Jeffrey Matthews, a professor of business and leadership at the University of Puget Sound. They talk about his varied career and his books about Colin Powell and the U.S. Military.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible with generous funding from the Spalding School of Creative and…
 
On this week's THINK HUMANITIES episode, Bill Goodman talks to Bo List, a native Lexingtonian and scriptwriter! Bo talks about what he does as a scriptwriter and about some of the historical work that he's done while working on the scripts for several of Kentucky Humanities' Kentucky Chautauqua programs.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible with genero…
 
On this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES, Bill Goodman talks with Richard Parker, author, historian, and Kentucky Humanities Speakers Bureau member. Listen to them talk steamboats, Wild West shows, and bourbon.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous funding from the Spalding University School of Creative and Professional Writing.…
 
This week's THINK HUMANITIES podcast features the Appalachian Center for the Arts. Host Bill Goodman talks to Robin Irwin, Erick Buckley, and Jessica Mullins from Center about their programming and Jessica's recent role as Effie Waller Smith.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous support from the Spalding University School of Writing.…
 
On this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES, Bill Goodman talks to Alan Maimon, award-winning journalist and the author of "Twilight in Hazard," a troubling account of the devastation of small Appalachian towns.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous funding from Spalding University's School of Writing.…
 
Today on the THINK HUMANITIES podcast, Bill Goodman talks to Tom Stephens, who is the primary author of our THINK HISTORY radio segments, short episodes which share famous and forgotten bits of Kentucky history with listeners all over the state. You can listen to any of our THINK HISTORY segments online at kyhumanities.org.THINK HUMANITIES is made …
 
On this episode of the THINK HUMANITIES podcast, host Bill Goodman talks to Edward and Betsy Smith, two long-time Kentucky Chautauqua actors. Ed currently plays Adolf Rupp and Justice John Marshall Harlan. Betsy previously portrayed Emilie Todd Helm and currently plays Jemima Boone. To see all of our Kentucky Chautauqua characters and to book a per…
 
In early March 2021, Eastern Kentucky experienced catastrophic flooding. The Red River Historical Society and Museum and the Three Forks Historical Museum both flooded during this time and sustained extensive damage to their museums and exhibits. Kentucky Humanities worked with them to receive emergency funding from NEH Chair Adam Wolfson. On today…
 
This week, Bill Goodman, host of the THINK HUMANITIES podcast is joined by Dr. Brian Clardy, Kentucky Humanities Board Member and Associate Professor of History at Murray State University, to talk about Critical Race Theory.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous funding from Spalding University.…
 
The Smithsonian Museum on Main Street exhibit "Crossroads: Change in Rural America" is at its final stop in Kentucky. The exhibit will be at the Loretto Heritage Center until July 31st. Bill Goodman, host of the THINK HUMANITIES podcast, visits the exhibit in today's episode to talk to Susanna Pyatt and Ayla Toussaint at the Heritage Center about t…
 
Community Inspired Solutions seeks to provide educational and recreational activities and experiences to youth to promote education and deter youth violence in our community of Lexington, KY and support families to help them become productive members of society. Community Inspired Solutions strives to provide youth with educational opportunities su…
 
i was here synthesizes a wealth of humanities and historical scholarship into a set of iconic Ancestor Spirit Portraits that create a comprehensive visual history bringing the past into view.On today's episode of Think Humanities, artist Marjorie Guyon and Corporate Facilitator & Community Liaison Marshall Fields join host Bill Goodman to talk abou…
 
Miami (Ohio) University Professor and Author Dr. Matthew Smith is our guest on this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES. Smith joins host Bill Goodman to discuss his recent writing about the controversy surrounding the burial of Daniel Boone that appears in the Spring 2021 issue of Kentucky Humanities magazine.…
 
This week on THINK HUMANITIES, host Bill Goodman interviews Speakers Bureau member Blair Hess. Blair is Assistant Director for the Council of State Governments and has coauthored several books with Cameron Ludwick all about Kentucky's unique sightseeing and culinary opportunities.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous funding from Spalding U…
 
This week the THINK HUMANITIES podcast is celebrating Poetry Month! Host Bill Goodman talks to members of a documentary film project called Poetry Unites Kentucky. Filmmaker Ewa Zadrzynska worked with a number of Kentucky poets, including former Poet Laureate Richard Taylor, to ask Kentuckians to write a personal essay about their favorite poem. Tw…
 
This week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES continues last week's conversation with basketball legends Charles Hunter, Floyd Bridges, and Clarence Glover. All three have contributed to the creation of a booklet entitled "Voices of the Segregated Past," which preserves the history of African American sports in Kentucky. This booklet accompanies the Smit…
 
On this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES host Bill Goodman interviews several western Kentucky basketball legends and invites them to share their stories about integration both in Kentucky and in the world of basketball. Bill is joined by Charles Hunter, Floyd Bridges, and Clarence Glover. Tune in next week for part 2 of this interview and to lea…
 
This week the THINK HUMANITIES podcast is celebrating the opening of the "Voices and Votes: Democracy in America" Museum on Main Street Exhibit from the Smithsonian in Murray, KY. Host Bill Goodman talks to Jeff McLaughlin, Special Collections Director at the Wrather West Kentucky Museum, and to Sherman Neal, activist and football coach at Murray S…
 
This week on the THINK HUMANITIES podcast, host Bill Goodman talks to Kathleen Driskell, Chair of the Spalding University School of Creative and Professional Writing. She talks about Spalding's unique approach in their MFA program and the advantages of a program like Spalding's. She also shares a bit of her own journey as a writer of poetry and her…
 
On this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES, host Bill Goodman is joined by Tori Murden McClure, President of Spalding University. President McClure talks about Spalding's mission and how the school has responded to the pandemic and calls for racial justice and reflects on her life and accomplishments.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible due to generou…
 
This week on the THINK HUMANITIES podcast, host Bill Goodman talks to Dr. Elizabeth DiSavino, Associate Professor of Music at Berea College. Dr. DiSavino has a new book out: "Katherine Jackson French: Kentucky's Forgotton Ballad Collector." She talks about the vital - and often overlooked - role women played in Appalachian music, how she ended up r…
 
On this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES Bill Goodman talks to a very special guest, Michael Johnathon. Johnathon is the host of Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour, a musician, painter, and recipient of the 2020 Milner Award. Johnathon talks about his latest album and what he's been working on since he was last on the podcast.THINK HUMANITIES is made …
 
On this episode of THINK HUMANITIES, Bill Goodman talks to new board member, Selena Sanderfer Doss, Associate Professor of History at Western Kentucky University about her research on Black nationalism and her reflections on Black History Month.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous funding from Spalding University.…
 
This year Presidents' Day is February 15, and the THINK HUMANITIES podcast is celebrating by talking to two presidential scholars. Host Bill Goodman talks to Warren Greer, Director of the Kentucky Lincoln Heritage Trail, and Sean "Jeff" McLaughlin, Special Collections & Exhibit Director at Murray State University, about Lincoln, Kennedy, and the ev…
 
THINK HUMANITIES is celebrating Black History Month on this week's episode. Bill Goodman talks to Dr. George Wright, Visiting Professor of History at the University of Kentucky, about the significance of Black History Month and what it means today.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible with generous funding from Spalding University.…
 
Our guest on this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES is Brien Lewis, President of Transylvania University. Host Bill Goodman talks to President Lewis about his plans for Transylvania and how he and the school have navigated the pandemic.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by generous funding from Spalding University.…
 
This week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES is all about Museum on Main Street (MoMS), traveling exhibitions from the Smithsonian that bring thoughtful, high-quality exhibits to small towns around the country. The River Discovery Center in Paducah is currently hosting the exhibit "Crossroads: Change in Rural America" until February 13th. Host Bill Good…
 
This week on THINK HUMANITIES host Bill Goodman talks to Kentucky Humanities' newest Kentucky Chautauqua character. Michael Jones plays Colonel Charles Young, the third African American to graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Jones talks about his work in historic preservation, how he became interested in Col. Young, and …
 
After a brief holiday break, THINK HUMANITIES resumes its weekly podcasts with this newest episode featuring Donnie Piercey. Piercey was recently named the 2021 Kentucky Teacher of the Year. Host Bill Goodman interviews Piercey about his work, this award, and how he has risen to the challenges of teaching during the time of COVID.THINK HUMANITIES i…
 
Dan Gediman is Bill's guest on this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES. Dan Gediman produces The Reckoning, a public radio and podcast series which traces the history and lasting impact of slavery in America by looking at how the institution unfolded in Kentucky. To listen to the series, visit reckoningradio.org.THINK HUMANITIES is made possible by…
 
This week on THINK HUMANITIES Bill Goodman talks to Stuart Horodner, curator of the Univeristy of Kentucky Art Museum about their current exhibit This is America*. This is America* is an exhibition originally planned to coincide with the 2020 presidential election, looking at aspects of history, citizenry, race, dignity, power, and struggle. For mo…
 
On this very special episode of THINK HUMANITIES, host Bill Goodman is joined by Darlene Mazzone of Paducah Life Magazine to talk to Kentuckians Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, co-hosts of the Pantsuit Politics Podcast and co-authors of the book "I Think You're Wrong (But I'm Listening): A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations."THIN…
 
This week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES is all about Maurice Manning's poetry collection Railsplitter. Over the past year, faculty and students at Transylvania University have worked with Manning to adapt Railsplitter for stage and film. Listen in for a sneak preview of the production as host Bill Goodman chats with Maurice Manning and Tosha Fowler…
 
It's Kentucky Book Festival Week! Bill Goodman is joined on this week's episode of THINK HUMANTIES by book festival director Sara Volpi Woods and Brooke Raby from the University Press of Kentucky to talk all things books and highlight some of our wonderful festival authors and books. For a full schedule of Kentucky Book Festival events and to watch…
 
This year's virtual Kentucky Book Festival is already in full swing with Author Happy Hours every Thursday, and a full line up of events from November 9-14. On this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES, Bill Goodman talks to two featured festival authors, Melanie Goan and Bobbie Ann Mason. Dr. Melanie Goan is the author of the new book "A Simple Just…
 
This year's virtual Kentucky Book Festival is already in full swing with Author Happy Hours every Thursday, and a full line up of events from November 9-14. On this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES, Bill Goodman talks to two featured festival children's writers, George Ella Lyon and Kristin O'Donnell Tubb, who will be featured guests on the Let’s…
 
This year's virtual Kentucky Book Festival is already in full swing with Author Happy Hours every Thursday, and a full line up of events from November 9-14. On this week's episode of THINK HUMANITIES, Bill Goodman talks to two featured festival authors, Chris Hamby and David Bell. Chris Hamby is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist whose new book, "…
 
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