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Public interview and Q&A with Douglas Johnson who is considered to be the most prominent living historian on the subject of South Sudan. Copies of his book, South Sudan: A New History for a New Nation, will be for sale. Hosted by the Contemporary History Institute, OU Center for International Studies-African Studies program, and Ohio University Press.
Charley Harper is one of the most beloved artists in the history of the state of Ohio. His trademarked style, minimal realism, rendered wildlife into playful, colorful, and captivating shapes. WOUB’s Emily Votaw spoke to Michelle Houts, whose biography of Harper for middle grade readers, “Count the Wings: the Life and Art of Charley Harper” was… Read More
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, there were 3,613 opioid-related overdose deaths in Ohio in 2016. That harrowing statistic is made up of mothers, brothers, daughters, grandparents, cousins, as opioid addiction continues to prove to be one of the most pervasive afflictions of the 21st century. “Maggie Boylan” is a volume of multi-layered… Read More