Archive for January 2019

The Endangered Species List

Grant turns his focus closer to biology, as we look at the history and the meaning of two lists of endangered species. What does the scope of the Endangered Species Act reveal about the national imagination when compared to its predecessors? How can listing turn to recovery? What can we claim to know about the status of biological life when a majority of creatures are not assessed?

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Music by Thylacinus
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Office Supplies

Vacation is over, and Alaina takes us back to the land of cubicles and time sheets. There are secret origins, intrigue, and controversy inside every supply closet and catalog. How does an idea go from a novelty to a necessity? Is credit more important than royalties? Who is responsible for paper clips?

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Happy New Year! Welcome to 2019, full of promise and hope. We send off the year that was with a pair of remembrances. First, Alaina teaches us about the Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918, the deadliest disease known to mankind. Then, Grant tells the story of the Second Defenestration of Prague, and how a 1618 disagreement over building a pair of churches sparked the Thirty Years War.

 

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