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StudioTulsa
2:57 pm
Wed December 11, 2013

On Philanthropy, Both Local and Global: A Discussion with Two Tulsa Experts on Giving with a Purpose

Aired on Wednesday, December 11th.

What motivates a person --- or a business --- to make a philanthropic gift? And are such gifts more common or less common in this country than they were, say, a generation or two ago? What sorts of philanthropic gifts are most popular these days, and why? And how have things like the internet and the global economy changed philanthropic giving? Today on StudioTulsa, we're talking about philanthropy --- and about certain financial, economic, ethical, personal, and philosophical questions related to it --- with two local experts on this topic.

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StudioTulsa
3:05 pm
Mon October 28, 2013

Back to the Land, Complete with Bison and Prairies: Prof. Deborah Popper and the Buffalo Commons

Aired on Friday, October 25th.

For the first time ever, the Tulsa Global Alliance, the Gilcrease Museum, and The University of Tulsa were jointly awarded a grant from the Institute of International Education to host more than 70 Fulbright Scholars from around the world at a Fulbright Enrichment Seminar here in our community.

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StudioTulsa
3:23 pm
Tue September 3, 2013

New Report: "A Well-Educated Workforce Is Key to State Prosperity"

Aired on Friday, August 30th.

Our guest on this edition of ST is Peter Fisher, research director at the Iowa Policy Project, who co-wrote a recently published paper, "A Well-Educated Workforce Is Key to State Prosperity," for the Economic Analysis and Research Network.

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StudioTulsa
9:21 am
Fri August 16, 2013

Sociobiologist Rebecca Costa on "The Watchman's Rattle" (Encore Presentation)

Aired on Monday, August 12th.

Whether it's the endless instability of the Middle East or the vexing reality of climate change or understanding Wall Street's complex economics, life today is getting ever-more complex. How will this complexity ultimately affect society? What happens when life becomes literally too complicated for human beings? On this encore edition of ST, we listen back to an interesting discussion with an expert on these matters.

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StudioTulsa
12:13 pm
Mon August 5, 2013

"Eight Cultural Conflicts That Make Us Who We Are" (Encore Presentation)

Aired on Monday, August 5th.
Credit Stanford University

On this encore edition of StudioTulsa, our guest is Dr. Hazel Rose Markus, who is the Davis-Brack Professor in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University and a pioneer in the field of experimental cultural psychology. She's also the co-author of the book, "Clash: Eight Cultural Conflicts That Make Us Who We Are," which examines the basic differences in how human beings relate to the world --- that is, the differences that define how we perceive other cultures and people unlike ourselves.  Dr. Markus is a pioneer in the study of independent and interdependent selves.

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StudioTulsa
2:00 pm
Fri June 28, 2013

"The Great Inversion and the Future of the American City" (Encore presentation.)

Aired on Friday, June 28th.

On today's ST, which originally aired earlier this year, we speak with the journalist, author, and veteran urbanologist Alan Ehrenhalt, whose books include "The United States of Ambition" and "The Lost City." Ehrenhalt's latest book, "The Great Inversion and the Future of the American City," is now out in paperback. This book argues that the roles and characteristics of America's cities and suburbs are basically changing places with one another --- younger adults and affluent retirees are moving into the city, while immigrants and the less affluent are moving out to the 'burbs.

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StudioTulsa
11:57 am
Tue June 18, 2013

America's Biggest Export: Trash...and Who Profits (Encore presentation.)

Aired on Monday, June 17th.

On this installment of ST, we listen back to our conversation with the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Edward Humes, who joined us earlier this year to talk about his latest book, which was at that time just out in paperback: "Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair with Trash." This book presents a fascinating and highly detailed profile of America's biggest export, its most prodigious product, and perhaps its greatest legacy: garbage.

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StudioTulsa
4:05 pm
Tue May 28, 2013

Georgetown Law Prof. Peter Edelman Soon to Address the 2013 JHF Center for Reconciliation Symposium

Aired on Tuesday, May 28th.

On this edition of ST, an engaging discussion about race- and economic-based differences in America today --- and about how we as a nation ought to address these differences. Our guest is Peter Edelman, an attorney, policy maker, author, and Georgetown University law professor.

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StudioTulsa
5:09 pm
Tue May 14, 2013

"Eight Cultural Conflicts That Make Us Who We Are"

Aired on Tuesday, May 14th.

On this installment of ST, we speak with Dr. Hazel Rose Markus, who is the Davis-Brack Professor in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University and a pioneer in the field of experimental cultural psychology.

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StudioTulsa
3:23 pm
Fri May 10, 2013

"How the 99 Percent Live in the Great Recession"

Aired on Friday, May 10th.

If the stock market these days is surging higher and higher, and if corporations near and far are reporting record-setting profits, why is the American middle class struggling to get by with less and less pay for more and more work? And why, in the years since the Great Recession first hit, does every facet of business and industry seem to have bounced back except for the American work force?

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