The show is about the guests, and I am thrilled and privileged to be able to invite so many fascinating people to join me in discussion.
The schedule for the summer is set (airdates — not guests — subject to change, and all airtimes will be Wednesdays at 2pm pacific and streamed at KZSU-FM):
New shows begin on July 2 and will include:
July 2: Carl Oechsner of Croton Friends of History, and my middle school social studies teacher, mentor and inspiration, on children, teaching and technology. [Note: Carl's influence and teaching brilliance inspired me to pursue law, government and history. I am thrilled and honored to interview him on Hearsay Culture, which was in-part inspired by my continued attempt at emulating Carl's passion for teaching outside of the classroom.]
July 9: Prof. David Schanzer of Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy, on Edward Snowden and the NSA.
July 16: Alex Wright, author of Cataloging the World: Paul Otlet and the Birth of the Information Age.
July 30: David Zweig, author of Invisibles: The Power of Anonymous Work in an Age of Relentless Self-Promotion.
August 13: Prof. Frederick Schauer, David and Mary Harrison Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Virginia, and formerly of Harvard’s Kennedy School, on the “right to know.”
August 20: Nabiha Syed of Levine Sullivan Koch & Schultz, LLP on drone technology and freedom of information.
August 27: Prof. David Golumbia of Virginia Commonwealth University, author of The Cultural Logic of Computation.
September 3: Member of the European Parliament Marietje Schaake on democracy and technology in Europe.
Prof. Danielle Citron of the University of Maryland School of Law, author of the forthcoming Hate Crimes in Cyberspace.
Dave Quast, adjunct professor at USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Senior Vice President— Strategic Communications at FTI Consulting and California Director of Energy in Depth, on hydraulic fracturing.
Prof. Mark Fenster of Levin College of Law at University of Florida, on government transparency.
Prof. Frank Pasquale of the University of Maryland School of Law, author of the forthcoming The Black Box Society: Technologies of Search, Reputation, and Finance.
I am now booking additional guests for the fall quarter of 2014, which begins in June, so if you have any suggestions, please let me know by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Meanwhile, thank you for listening and I hope that you enjoy the shows as much as I enjoy doing them!