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WKU Libraries Podcast

During the spring and fall terms, the WKU Libraries organize and co-organize with and without sponsors a number of literary and community events such as Far Away Places and Kentucky Live! talk series, Southern Kentucky Book Fest and its affiliated programs like the Kentucky Writers Conference, as well as events that happen in the Helm Library and its Java City. Many of the events have been recorded and podcast so that everyone can revisit the events even if they missed the actual ones. You are welcome to sync to our podcast audios and listen to them on the go.

Use the links from the menu on the left to go to the diverse podcast we provide here.

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Tony PapanelliUnder in the Land Down Under: Coober Pedy and Living Underground  New

On the morning March 27, 2018, in Cravens 111, Tony Paganelli told his colleagues about his trip to Australia, particularly the place called Coober Pedy, where opal excavators work and live underground.

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Theresa Rajack-TalleyPoverty Is a Person

Theresa Rajack-Talley, Associate Dean for International Diversity and Community Engagement Programs at UofL, talked about her book Poverty Is a Person on the evening of March 22, 2018, at Barnes and Nobles Bookstore for WKU Libraries' "Far Away Places" speaker series.

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Timothy SmithCivil War Battlefield Preservation in History, Memory, and Policy 

Timothy Smith from the University of Tennessee at Martin was the featured speaker in WKU Libraries’ “Kentucky Live series” on Thursday, March 8, at Barnes & Noble Bookstore in Bowling Green. 

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Mary Ellen PethelCollege Life and the Making of Modern Nashville

Kentucky Live! Presented Mary Ellen Pethel on College Life and the Making of Modern Nashville on Thursday, February 15, 2018, at Barnes & Noble Bookstore. 

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Nancy RiceThe Magic, Mystery, and Misfortune of Modern Kenya

WKU Biologist Nancy Rice talked about “The Magic, Mystery, and Misfortune of Modern Kenya” in WKU Libraries’ Far Away Places series on Thursday, February 22 at Barnes & Noble Bookstore

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Ann DAngeloDark Highway: Love, Murder, and Revenge in 1930s Kentucky  

On November 16, 2017, at Barnes and Noble Bookstore in Bowling Green, KY. Ann DAngelo, an attorney for the Kentucky Department of Transportation Cabinet, spoke about the case of Verna Garr Taylor’s death in 1936. 

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