Stuart Kelter interviews Beth O'Leary about her pioneering work in space archaeology, which aims to preserve and document the artifacts, on the moon and here on earth, left behind by the space program and space race -- as well as to tell the stories they invoke.
Stuart Kelter interviews Andrea Dresser, the owner and director of Counseling Las Cruces, about the sexual component of couple's therapy and also about individual therapy with transgender clients.
Stuart Kelter interviews Ken Rodman, professor of government at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, about the concepts, history, complexities, and controversies pertaining to international criminal justice.
Stuart Kelter interviews NMSU Astronomy Professor, Wladimir Lyra, about empirically-based theories of time and space, their relationship to each other, and the current ideas about the beginning and end of time.
Stuart Kelter interviews Daniel Kleinman -- Associate Provost for Graduate Affairs and Professor of Sociology at Boston University -- about his book, Vanishing Bees, co-authored with Sainath Suryanarayanan. The book explores the vested interests -- beekeepers, growers, academic scientists, agrochemical companies, and regulatory agencies -- which not only have competing interests, but also different methods and biases for acquiring knowledge about the health of bee colonies.
Stuart Kelter interviews Tom Russell, a retired Child Protective Services investigator and foster care worker in the state of Wisconsin. Although the interview does not go into graphic detail about child abuse, it may nevertheless be upsetting to some. Listener discretion is advised.
Stuart Kelter interviews Dr. Jeffrey Zax, Economics Professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, about the economics of inequality.
Stuart Kelter and host of Cafe Con Leche, Nan Rubin, interview Rabbi Larry Karol about his long career as a Reform Rabbi, including his last nine years at Temple Beth El of Las Cruces.
Stuart Kelter interviews David Drelich about genealogy, including DNA testing, in order to learn about one's ethnic roots and to find relatives.
Stuart Kelter interviews retired NMSU math professor, David Pengelley, about math education, math history, and learning math from primary source material. Dr. Pengelley, who also does original theoretical as well as historical mathematical research, rediscovered the work of the first known female research mathematician, Sophie Germain.
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