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By Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

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“With Good Reason” takes you to campus for intimate conversations with university faculty about their research from all disciplines. No topic is off limits for host Sarah McConnell as she explores everything from civil rights icon James Farmer’s training in debate, to the traditions of the samurai warrior, to the cultural history of Hawaiian shirts.

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i've been listening to this show for years! it covers such a wide range of subjects - you never know what you might hear about next but it's always fascinating. the host does a great job of asking the questions i want to hear answered most. great listening. keep up the good work!

Gems From the Dessert

With Good Reason finds amazing guests with knowledge, topics and opinions outside of those knocked back and forth by the usual talking heads. With Good Reason combs the desert for gems; people who should be on air but would be otherwise hidden in the sand: Mona Ternus, a veteran of several wars, nurse, and researcher explains how mothers who deploy to war can mitigate the effects on their families. Historian Cindy Wilkey recounts the adventures of the Wright Brothers from the perspective of their sister Katherine, who happenned to be their business manager. Stage and film fight director Greg Lloyd explains that the key to staging a fight scene is in the acting (or "selling") of the vicitm. Unexpected, unique insights.

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  • Category: Society & Culture
  • Language: English

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