25 episodes

A small podcast with BIG ideas. Short audio introductions by the experts and community leaders hosted by the Center for 21st Century Studies at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.

6.5 Minutes With... | C21 Center for 21st Century Studies

    • Society & Culture
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A small podcast with BIG ideas. Short audio introductions by the experts and community leaders hosted by the Center for 21st Century Studies at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.

    6.5 Minutes With... | Jennifer Jordan

    6.5 Minutes With... | Jennifer Jordan

    UWM Professor of Sociology, Jennifer Jordan, talks about her book project, Before Craft Beer: Lost Landscapes of Forgotten Hops, and the importance of studying the history of the interactions between commodity, craft, and landscape.

    • 8 min
    6.5 Minutes With... | Mishiikenh Altiman

    6.5 Minutes With... | Mishiikenh Altiman

    Mishiikenh (Vernon) Altiman talks about his role at the Electa Quinney Center at UWM, working with trees and maple sugaring, as well as alternatives to "trust."

    • 7 min
    6.5 Minutes With... | Leah Penniman

    6.5 Minutes With... | Leah Penniman

    Leah Penniman, co-founder and co-director of Soul Fire Farm, talks about Black Earth Wisdom - Penniman's newest collection of essays and interviews that speaks to the multidimensional scientific and spiritual expertise of Black environmentalists.

    • 7 min
    6.5 Minutes With... | Rayna Andrews

    6.5 Minutes With... | Rayna Andrews

    Continuing the conversation about the role of trust in food justice efforts, C21 talks with Rayna Andrews, Executive Director, Advancement & Engagement for Food for Health in Milwaukee.

    • 7 min
    6.5 Minutes With... | Psyche Williams-Forson

    6.5 Minutes With... | Psyche Williams-Forson

    American Studies professor Psyche Williams-Forson talks about her most recent book project and the importance of digging deep into understanding individual food choices.

    • 7 min
    6.5 Minutes With... | Josh Sbicca

    6.5 Minutes With... | Josh Sbicca

    Sociologist Josh Sbicca talks through definitions of food justice and the work of the Prison Agriculture Lab to bring further context to the philosophies behind food and trust.

    • 7 min

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