Hurricane Katrina Teach-in streaming audio

Posted on September 21st, 2005 by

Last week’s Hurricane Katrina Teach-in here at Gustavus is now available to stream from the web in Windows Media Audio (wma) format. To listen to these streams, you will need to have a reliable connection to the Internet and Windows Media Player installed on your computer.

Teach-in playlist:

  1. Peg O’Connor (Women’s Studies) — Introduction
  2. Karen Larson (Anthropology & Interdisciplinary Studies) — “Katrina Renders America Unto Itself”
  3. Mark Bjelland (Geography) — “Natural Hazards and the Big Easy”
  4. Kate Wittenstein (History) — “The Federal Government, Race, and Katrina”
  5. Russell Shapiro (Geology) — “Natural Hazard, not Disaster: The Meaning of Hurricanes”
  6. Bob Douglas (Geography) — “Geography of New Orleans: Why the French Got it Right”
  7. Chris Gilbert (Political Science) — “The Politics of FEMA”
  8. Casey Elledge (Religion) — “Natural Disasters and Apocalypticism”
  9. Andy Vaughn (Religion) — “The Role of the Church in Presenting Hope”
  10. Ruth Johnson — Extemporaneous
  11. Mary Gaebler (Religion) — “Compassion Alone is not Enough”
  12. Jill Locke (Political Science) — “Race, Poverty, and the Hurricane”
  13. John Lammert (Biology) — “Don’t Drink the Water”
  14. Ben Laabs (Geology) — “What Happened to the Wetlands”
  15. Deborah Goodwin (Religion) — “Christianity and Faith-based Politics”
  16. Auzannette Harrell ’08 — “Questions and Answers”
  17. Lisa Heldke (Philosophy) — “Food and Agriculture”
  18. Terry Morrow (Communication Studies) — “Federalism: What We Can Expect from the Federal Government”
  19. Alisa Rosenthal (Political Science) — “Left Behind: Evacuation, Poverty, and the Hurricane”
 

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