Program for September 16, 2021 

(Image: West Virginia University Press)

On this week’s Eastern Standard: Appalachian life as recalled by Lynch, Kentucky native William H. Turner in his new book “Harlan Renaissance” | Nikki Finney on the 25th anniversary release of “Heartwood,” her acclaimed story of life in a rural community | EKU social psychology professor Matthew Winslow on ungrading education | Renowned psychiatrist and EKU Chautauqua speaker Randolph Nesse on his book “Good Reasons for Bad Feelings” 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Racial Justice & Equality Series: Gerald Smith with William H. Turner LISTEN 

Kentucky Humanities Executive Director Bill Goodman with Nikki Finney LISTEN 

Tom Martin with EKU Social Psychology Professor Matthew Winslow LISTEN 

Tom Martin with Psychiatrist, EKU Chautauqua speaker Randolph Nesse LISTEN 

Tom Martin with Chautauqua series coordinator, Erik Liddell LISTEN

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