In this episode, Marianne Kunkel and Susan Martens, two English PhD graduates, continue their conversation about their time at UNL and specifically Susan Marten's ongoing career at Missouri Western State University.
In this episode, Cory Willard and some of his students discuss their experience in English 317: Literature and the Environment, which took place in western Nebraska in the summer of 2019. (Note: This course will be taught again during the summer of 2020, though it will be moved online.)
In this Episode, Michael Page sits down with James Gunn, who, at age 96, continues to be a publishing author of Science Fiction as well as a leading scholar in that field. Gunn discusses his forthcoming publication projects as well as his past encounters with notable Science Fiction scholars such as Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke.
Dr. Laura White, Professor of English, has written the libretto for the new opera, The Gambler's Son, which premiers in Lincoln on November 15, 2019. In this episode, she discusses converting the original source material to an opera and collaborating with husband Tyler Goodrich White. She also explains why Cozad, Nebraska is an ideal setting for opera.
Additional information about the opera is available here:
Music for plainstate by Shadows on a River.