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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.

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Brian Coutts“We’ve Been Everywhere:” Bali: The Land of Many Gods New

Brian Coutts, Head of the Department of Library Public Services, gave a presentation on Bali, an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs, as well as multiple Hindu temples.

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Peter LorgeChinese Martial Arts: From Antiquity to the Twenty-First Century

Peter Lorge, Assistant Professor of History and Asian Studies at Vanderbilt University in in Nashville, TN spoke about his book Chinese Martial Arts on April 22, 2016 at the Barnes & Noble Booksellers.

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Aimee ZaringFlavors from Home: Refugees in Kentucky Share Their Stories and Comfort Foods

Aimee Zaring, an author from Louisville, KY talked about her book Flavors from Home on Thursday, April 14 at Barnes and Noble, Bowling Green, KY.

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Carlos de la Torre

Assessing Left Wing Populism in Latin America

On April 11, 2016, Dr. Carlos de la Torre, Professor of Sociology at University of Kentucky, gave a presentation in WKU's Faculty House on Latin American left-wing leaders as well as the similarities and differences in their regimes. 
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Diane KingKurdistan on the Global Stage

Dr. Diane King, Associate Professor of Anthropology at UK, spoke on her recent book Kurdistan on the Global State. The book explores how people in Kurdistan connect socially through patrilineage. Part of the WKU Libraries Far Away Places speaker series, it took place on March 31, 2016 at Barns and Nobles in Bowling Green, KY.

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