• The Very Idea of Diplomacy: Talking to Richard Stengel

    Andy Fitch interviews Richard Stengel about the importance of a well-informed citizenry and his book "Information Wars."

    Three Questions: Talking with Jonathan Shapiro about “Sisters in Law” (Sep. 18 – Oct. 13, Wallis Annenberg Center)

    Laurie Winer interviews playwright Jonathan Shapiro about his new play "Sisters in Law" about Justices Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Sandra Day O'Connor.

    On the Other Hand: An Interview with Ko Ko Thett

    Robert Wood talks with Ko Ko Thett about the influences of Burmese culture on his poetry.

    A Panopticon for the Mind: Talking with Ronald Purser about Mindfulness Today

    Clark Strand interviews Ronald Purser about the neoliberalization of the wellness industry and his book "McMindfulness."

    Superiority Over Excellence: Talking to Daniel Markovits

    Andy Fitch interviews Daniel Markovits about his book "The Meritocracy Trap" and why policies prizing "merit" might not yield the equality we think.

    If the Answer Is No One: Questions for Valeria Luiselli

    Andy Fitch turns the tables on Valeria Luiselli, and poses 40 questions to her 40 questions in "Tell Me How It Ends."

    Unfortunately, I Care: Joanna Chen Interviews Olga Livshin

    Joanna Chen talks with Olga Livshin about translation, immigration, and poetry.