Special Coverage

5:08pm

Wed June 26, 2013
Special Coverage

Aspen Ideas Festival - Principled Pluralism

Principled Pluralism: Report of the Inclusive America Project on America's Changing Religious Landscape


How do we engage America’s religious pluralism as a force for the common good? David Gergen will report the findings of a new report, “Principled Pluralism: Report of the Inclusive America Project,” prepared by a distinguished panel convened by the Institute’s Justice and Society Program. Gergen will describe how America’s religious diversity is a source of civic engagement and how we can bridge religious differences to build a stronger social fabric. The sad legacy of religious diversity around the globe has been conflict. Yet, in the United States, we have largely escaped this fate. After the Boston Marathon bombing, will our luck still hold? The report provides good news and a roadmap for the way forward.

David Gergen Meryl Chertoff E. J. Dionne, Jr.

3:56pm

Mon June 24, 2013
Special Coverage

Live Broadcasts from the Aspen Ideas Festival

Aspen Public Radio has you covered with live broadcasts from the Aspen Ideas Festival. Here's a schedule of the topics, times and dates for our special live broadcasts.

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11:33am

Mon June 24, 2013
Audio Canvas 2013

Audio Canvas - Jenene Nagy

Jenene Nagy is the Artistic Director of Drawing, Painting and Printmaking at Anderson Ranch. She explains the experiences, techniques and goals of these departments and shares some of the unique workshops being offered this summer, including a computer-assisted font design printmaking workshop and a silverpoint workshop. 

6:01pm

Wed June 19, 2013
2013 Summer Words

Summer Words - Memories of the Motherland

Memories of the Motherland

History, memory, personal stories, family ties … Two authors of Chinese descent discuss how China informs their writing, their understanding of the past and their worldview as Asian Americans.

Panelists: Lisa See, Sandra Tsing Loh

Moderator: Amy Kwei

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5:08pm

Wed June 19, 2013
2013 Summer Words

Summer Words - Following Your Obsession

Follow Your Obsession

"Write what you know” might be the most famous (and famously misunderstood) piece of writing advice, but Kafka had other ideas: “Don't bend; don't water it down . . . Rather, follow your most intense obsessions mercilessly.” Three writers weigh in on chasing their obsessions in their work.

Panelists: David Lipsky, Nino Ricci, Scott Lasser

Moderator: Barbara Dills

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