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KGNU and the 68th Annual Conference on World Affairs
 


KGNU is proud to again collaborate with the 68th Annual Conference on World Affairs to present a week of special programming. Tune in to KGNU throughout the week to hear these special panels and discussions.

If you missed a broadcast or want to listen again, go to our news site, News.KGNU.org

Click here for the conference panelists' bios.

Monday

A Public Affair 8:30-9am: A discussion on this year's Cinema Interruptus pick Sunrise (FW Murnau, 1927), with film critic Howie Movshovitz and host Sam Fuqua.

Sunrise, with Janet Gaynor and George O'Brien, is the story of a married man in a village who is led astray by a city woman who wants him to drown his wife. This in one of very few American stories in which people sick at heart go from the country to the city to be healed, instead of the reverse.

Murnau was German. He made the 1922 Nosferatu. He was brought to this country by the head of Fox to make a "European movie."

The film won "Best Picture, Unique and Artistic Production" at the fist Oscar ceremony, and Janet Gaynor won Best Actress.

Tuesday

How On Earth 8.35-9am: Across the Universe - You Can't Get There from Here Panelist David Grinspoon and Sidney Perkowitz with moderator Joel Parker.

Hemispheres 6-7pm: Djembes to Lemurs: The State of Two French Colonies, Mali and Madagascar Panelist Vicki J. Huddleston with moderator Nikki Kayser.

Wednesday

A Public Affair 8.30-9.50am (live broadcast from UMC 235): Rx For Our Political System. Panelists Daniel Stid, Marilinda Garcia, Aruna Kalyanam, with moderator Claudia Cragg

Thursday

A Public Affair 8.35-9.30am: Climate Democracy. Panelists Eric Lindstrom and Charles Menzie, with moderator Maeve Conran.

Its the Economy 6-7pm: Movers, Shakers, and Makers. Panelist Kate Reynolds McLeod and Eugene Sepulveda, with moderator Liz Lane.

Friday

Connections 8.30-9.30am.: The Key Post-COP21 Transformative Role of Women and Youth. Panelist Vivien Onano with moderator Duncan Campbell.
 

 

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