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Nov 27, 2018

Alexandra Moore, PhD candidate in Visual Studies and the Curatorial Fellow at the Institute of Arts and Sciences at UC Santa Cruz, studies contemporary global art with a focus on works by African and European artists that critically engage the geographies produced by colonialism. In this interview, we discussed her...


Nov 27, 2018

Elise Granata and Helen Aldana of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History, also known as the MAH, talk about the active role a museum can have in a local community. Elise, the MAH’s Community Manager, discusses the re-structuring of the MAH's mission and being the founder of the participatory, time­-based social...


Nov 27, 2018

An interview with Dr. Macarena Gómez-Barris, Chair of Social Science and Cultural Studies at Pratt Institute about her research on the harm of extractivism on Indigenous territories in the Americas. She writes and teaches on social and cultural theory, decolonial thought, racial and extractive capitalism, social...


Nov 23, 2018

Experienced geriatrician and author, Dr. Anne Kenny and host Dan Woo dissect their experiences of caring for elder relatives, through the lens of Kenny's book Making Tough Decisions about End-of-Life Care in Dementia.

2nd segment: Info on the future of tenant protections in Santa Cruz.

Theme music: "1978" by Do Make Say...


Nov 20, 2018

Dr. Susan J. Noonan and Jon McGee enlighten host Dan Woo on their books: Take Control of Your Depression, and Dear Parents: A Field Guide For College Preparation


theme music: "1978" by Do Make Say Think and "Mirrors" by Homebrew (homebrewsantacruz.bandcamp.com)