Thoughts & Talk for 2012

Thoughts & Talk is a discussion of modern political thought produced by The University of Virginia's College at Wise Political Science faculty and UVa-Wise NewMedia/ CAV-TV.

Thoughts & Talk is hosted by Dr. Garrett Sheldon, Professor of Political Science at UVa-Wise.

Program directed and edited by Keith Fowlkes. 
Videography by Bo Endean, David Carty and Shelby Adams

 

December, 2012 - This program is a discussion with Keith Fowlkes, M.A., M.B.A., Vice Chancellor for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer at UVa-Wise.  Host Dr. Garrett Sheldon talks with Mr. Fowlkes about technology, economics and social media and how these interact in today's online marketplace and society.

Our student discussion panel is comprised of Laura K. Rogers.  This program was directed by Randy Gilmer, Director of Media Services.

 

October 18, 2012 - This program is a discussion with Dr. Wendy Welch, Executive Director of the Graduate Medical Education Consortium of Southwest Virginia.  She is the author of the new book, "The Little Bookstore of Big Stone Gap."

Our student discussion panel is comprised of Laura K. Rogers.

 

 

October 18, 2012 - This program is a discussion with Dr. David Kendall, Professor and Chair of the Department of Business and Economics at UVa-Wise. This episode is a discussion on Dr. Kendall's upcoming book on "the morality of capitalism."

Our student discussion panel is comprised of Laura K. Rogers, Katie Sutherland and Zachary Blake.

 

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April 30, 2012 - This program is a discussion with Dr. Eric Smith, Assistant Professor of Political Science at UVa-Wise. This episode is a discussion on regime change in the modern world.

Student panel is comprised of Laura K. Rogers and Dakota Thomas.

 

March 30, 2012 - This program is a discussion with Dr. Daniel Dreisbach, Professor at American University in Washington D.C. and leading expert on government and religious freedom. This episode is a discussion on the state of religion and government in today's political landscape.

Student panel is comprised of Laura K. Rogers and Zachary Musick.

 

March 1, 2012 - This program is a discussion with Dr. Jeffry Morrison, Associate Dean of the School of Government at Regent University. This episode is a discussion on the role of Libertarian thought in American political history and today's political landscape.

Student panel is comprised of Laura K. Rogers, James Tiffany and Lance Mutter.