Saturday, November 10, 2012

THIS SUNDAY: WHY? Radio's 50th Episode! "The Public Philosophy Experiment" Clay Jenkinson interviews host Jack Russell Weinstein

WHY? Radio Presents:

"The Public Philosophy Experiment "
Guest Clay Jenkinson interviews host Jack Russell Weinstein
November 11, 5 p.m. central time.
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The next episode of Why? is a special one–our 50th–and to celebrate we’re changing things around. Our guest, Clay Jenkinson, will be interviewing host Jack Russell Weinstein. That’s right, after almost four years of asking other people about their research, it’s his turn on the hot seat. So tune in for a s spirited and spontaneous discussion.

Clay Jenkinson is the Director of The Dakota Institute through The Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation, Chief Consultant to The Theodore Roosevelt Center through Dickinson State University, Distinguished Humanities Scholar at Bismarck State College, and a columnist for the Bismarck Tribune. A cultural commentator who has devoted most of his professional career to public humanities programs, Clay is the host of public radio's The Thomas Jefferson Hour. He has been honored by two United States presidents for his work. On November 6, 1989, he received one of the first five Charles Frankel Prizes, the National Endowment for the Humanities' highest award (now called the National Humanities Medal), at the nomination of the NEH Chair, Lynne Cheney. Since his first work with the North Dakota Humanities Council in the late 1970s, including a pioneering first-person interpretation of Meriwether Lewis, Clay Jenkinson has made thousands of presentations throughout the United States and its territories, including Guam and the Northern Marianas. He is also the author of numerous books.

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