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Charlotte Talks
12:00 am
Thu September 27, 2012

The History Of Davidson (Rebroadcast)

Davidson, North Carolina
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Charlotte is more than just one city, it is a region comprised of many cities and towns and one of them, Davidson, is now the subject of a book chronicling the history of the town. One Town, Many Voices is the work of Davidson College Professor of History, Ralph Levering, and college Archivist Jan Blodgett and incorporates the experiences and voices of a wide range of people. The authors share what they've learned about Davidson - from its beginnings.

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Charlotte Talks
12:00 am
Mon September 24, 2012

Vanity Fair's Elissa Schappell On Women

Elissa Schappell

This election year, the women’s vote has made headlines over and over, and women’s issues have turned into major political debate. That attention has brought women into the spotlight in a variety of ways, including through literature. We’ll meet a Vanity Fair contributing editor who is not only a book critic for a women’s magazine, but who writes stories about women as well. Elissa Schappell joins us to talk about writing for and about women, but also about women’s role in society today and in the political landscape.

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Charlotte Talks
12:00 am
Thu September 20, 2012

Author Kathy Reichs On 'Bones' And Forensic Science

Kathy Reichs

Kathy Reichs is famous internationally, not just for her crime novels featuring Temperance Brennan - a fictional character, but who is a forensic anthropologist, just like Reichs herself - but also for the Fox TV show “Bones,” based on the same character. Kathy Reichs is also a Charlottean and a UNC Charlotte Professor and she’ll join us to talk about the work she’s doing in Charlotte and around the world, with her writing, the TV show and we’ll hear how writing has become the family business for Reichs and her children.

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