Dr. Martin Marty, Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of the History of Modern Christianity at the University of Chicago Divinity School, discusses the need for global religious tolerance and understanding in relation to American religious history.
Deborah Rook of the UW-Madison Geosciences Department shares her work on prehistoric grasslands and grazers in North America using fossilized teeth, as well as rocks and soil. Evolution of grasslands and grazers are in a feedback loop. Which came first is an on-going question.
Mark Brown, Professor, Department of Government, California State University, Sacramento, delves into the popular distrust of climate science and its relationship to suspicion of both organized power and democracy.
Barb and Ken Wardius, co-authors, "Wisconsin Lighthouses: A Photographic and Historical Guide," share photos and tales of historic Wisconsin lighthouses and the mariners they guided. Learn about the lighthouses on Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Winnebago. Discover what life was like for th...