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‘Managing the Music': Listen to the Dec. 8 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Paul Allen

Synopsis: Paul Allen, an associate professor of recording industry, discusses the newly released third edition of his book, “Artist Management for the Music Business,” and the qualities it takes to be a good manager of singers and musicians.

Listen to: Managing the Music

‘Isadora Duncan Comes to Life': Listen to the Dec. 1 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Meg Brooker

Synopsis: Brooker, an assistant professor of dance, discusses her interpretations of Isadora Duncan’s choreography in advance of her presentation at an academic conference in Russia. Brooker contends that Duncan, who is considered the mother of modern dance, is more highly regarded in Russia than in the West.

Listen to: Isadora Duncan Comes to Life

‘Home Away from Health': Listen to the Nov. 24 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Dr. Louis Woods

Synopsis: Woods, an associate professor of history, explains his research into housing discrimination against African-Americans in the post-World War II era and how this racism contributed to the degradation of African-Americans’ physical and mental health.

Listen to: Home Away from Health

‘Tiny Circus, Giant Fun': Listen to Nov. 17 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guests: Erin Anfinson and Marc Barr

Synopsis: Professors Erin Anfinson of the Department of Art and Marc Barr of the Department of Electronic Media Communication describe the 2015 Visiting Artists Seminar, in which students will spend one week with a group called Tiny Circus learning how to make a stop-motion animation film.

Listen to: Tiny Circus, Giant Fun

‘The Amendments That Failed': Listen to the Nov. 10 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Dr. John Vile

Synopsis: The dean of the University Honors College, who is a constitutional law expert, talks about his new book “Reframers: 170 Eccentric, Visionary and Patriotic Proposals to Rewrite the U.S. Constitution.”

Listen to: ‘The Amendments That Failed

‘The War to End All Wars': Listen to Nov. 3 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Dr. Michael Neiberg

Synopsis: This year’s Strickland Lecturer at MTSU discusses his area of expertise, World War I, in this, the centennial year of the war’s beginning. Neiberg is a professor of history in the Department of National Security and Strategy at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

Listen to: The War to End All Wars

‘MTSU Science Building': Listen to Oct. 27 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Dr. Robert “Bud” Fischer

Synopsis: The dean of the College of Basic and Applied Sciences reviews MTSU’s new $147 million science building and how it is equipped to address the needs of faculty and students.

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‘The Future of Our Liberty is Confusing': Listen to Oct. 20 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Dr. Peter Augustine Lawler

Synopsis: Dr. Peter Augustine Lawler, the Dana Professor of Government at Berry College in Berry, Georgia, was invited to lecture at the University Honors College on the subject of one of his essays, “The Future of Our Liberty is Confusing,” Oct. 30. Lawler is executive editor of the academic journal “Perspectives on Political Science” and author of “Allergic to Crazy,” a compilation of some of his essays.

Listen to: The Future of Our Liberty is Confusing

‘Impressive Bodies of Work': Listen to Oct. 13 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Dr. Michael Baden

Synopsis: The former New York City medical examiner discusses the high-profile cases he has worked on in his career in forensic medicine. MTSU’s Forensic Institute for Research and Education invited Baden to campus to speak Oct. 21.

Listen to: Impressive Bodies of Work

‘The Drive to Succeed': Listen to Oct. 6 ‘MTSU On the Record’

Producer/Host: Gina Logue
Guest: Dr. Saeed Foroudastan

Synopsis: The associate dean of the College of Basic and Applied Sciences explains how students design and build their own cars, boats and moon buggies for knowledge, experience, competitive prizes and fun.

Listen to: The Drive to Succeed