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Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
UMBC professor Rebecca Boehling is about to become the first American to head the International Tracing Service, the office in Germany that track the fates of victims of the Nazi regime. We ask her how the search is changing.
From the Wang to the Apple 2, how word processing shapes what we write and how we write it.
Baltimore School for the Arts students performed at Fort McHenry, acting out scenes set during the War of 1812. We talk with them about how it informs their own ideas of history.
Teaching students who are not preparing to be doctors how to talk about AIDS and HIV.
Emmitsburg writer Ann Hall Marshall on her debut novel, which she self-published at age 89.
Theater Critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews "Shana Unsettled," one of the offerings from the Baltimore Playwrights Festival.
St. Mary’s College of Maryland associate English professor Jeffrey Lamar Coleman organized his new anthology of civil rights poetry movement by events, from Emmett Till’s murder to Robert Kennedy’s assassination. He tells us what he learned collecting poems that were reacting to history in the making.
A conversation with outgoing Transportation Secretary Beverly Swaim-Staley.