Leslie Wilcox talks story with award-winning writer Stephanie Han of Kaimukī, Oʻahu. Hear how she draws from her life experiences to inform her poetry, fiction and non-fiction and how the content of her work speaks to grappling with identity in multicultural settings.
Today, at a pivotal moment in world history, two great museums beckon us to explore the splendor of Islamic art – lifting the veil on our shared cultural heritage.
In this dramatic presentation, learn the extraordinary story of how, against all odds, the famous literary trio of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë had their genius for writing romantic novels recognized in a male-dominated 19th-century world.
Three centuries before The Merchant of Venice was written, England became the first country in medieval Europe to expel its Jewish population.
We know literacy as reading and writing, but it has become so much more. Literacy enables people, especially our keiki, to understand concepts and ideas and express opinions. Importantly, literacy allows them to grasp knowledge needed to meet the demands of today’s rapidly changing world.
Learn the fascinating stories from treasures found in Chicago including a group of Ayn Rand inscribed books, an Edward Borein watercolor, ca. 1930, and a 1931 Carnegie hero medal. But which is the episode’s top find? Also: a trip to Crab Tree Farm.
Explore the remarkable life and legacy of late author Ursula K. Le Guin, whose groundbreaking work, including The Left Hand of Darkness, transformed American literature by bringing science fiction into the literary mainstream.
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