On today’s show, World Views spans the globe in our conversations with Maria Gorete Neto and Andrew Scobell about indigenous language revitalization in Brazil and Chinese foreign policy.

Maria Gorete Neto has conducted extensive research addressing indigenous language e...

On today’s show, we’ll talk to two guests about their work in human rights through two different industries – journalism, and sustainable development.

Abdülhamit Bilici is the former editor in chief of Turkey’s largest newspaper, Zaman. Zaman was founded in 1986, and th...

On today's episode, we'll speak to Paulo Abrão and Dr. Michelle Morais about their respective work in the area of international human rights, as well as the global protection of cultural heritage.


Paulo Abrão currently serves as the Executive Secretary of the Inter-Ame...

On today’s program, we'll speak to two poets – Major Jackson and Ladan Osman. The two authors served as jury members for the 2017 Neustadt International Prize for Literature – which is awarded each year by World Literature Today.

Major Jackson serves as the Richard Denn...

On today’s program, we’ll hear from Professor Yaron Ayalon about historical relations in the Middle East, and particularly his work on the Ottoman Empire. We will also talk to Hesham Issawi, an Egyptian director and filmmaker, about his work – and about the challenges...

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