June 10, 2009
Conversation with John Hope Franklin from December, 2005, with new introduction by William Leuchtenburg.
June 9, 2009
William Leuchtenburg, Chapel Hill’s internationally known historian of the modern presidency continues an earlier discussion about the revised edition of his classic that will now be titled “In the Shadow of FDR: From Harry Truman to Barack Obama.”
June 4, 2009
Tom Drew, President and CEO of 501c Solutions, about how non-profits can raise funds to support their mission—even during tough economic times. www.501csolutions.com
June 3, 2009
Ole Holsti, George V Allen Professor Emeritus of International Affairs at Duke University and author of To See Ourselves as Others See Us, about the new book and what people in other countries think about the U.S. and why it makes a difference.
June 2, 2009
Chapel Hill resident Joanna Catherine Scott, author of CHILD OF THE SOUTH, about the new book and her career in writing. www.joannacatherinescott.com
May 28, 2009
Rick Doble, co-author of Cheaper: Insiders’ Tips for Saving on Everything, about the new book and how to save money on everything. http://www.savvy-discounts.com
May 27, 2009
Bernie Reeves, Editor and Publisher of Metro Magazine http://www.metronc.com/ , founder of the Raleigh Spy Conference www.raleighspyconference.com,, and former publisher of the Spectator, about the Easleys, the Edwards, the Obamas, the University, financial crisis, the State budget, and the future.
May 26, 2009
Ray McAllister, a columnist for the Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch author of Hatteras Island: Keeper of the Outer Banks, about the new book and other Coastal North Carolina venues. www.raymcallisterbooks.com www.blairpub.com
May 21, 2009
Duke Professor Dan Ariely, author of Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions, about the newly revised and expanded edition of his book and how decision making processes helped bring about the financial crisis that rocked the world.
May 20, 2009
Stephen Fletcher, Photographic Archivist at the North Carolina Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill, about The Immigrant Colonies Exhibit at North Carolina Collection Gallery, ‘Cultivating the Great Winter Garden’ on display Through May 31 and subsequently on the web: http://www.lib.unc.edu/ncc/gallery.html