On today’s show we’ll learn about Yemen's political and cultural importance to the rest of the Middle East.
Then, we’ll speak to a curator of the 2010 Whitney Biennial and one of the artists featured in the show.
Also, Fernando Rojas’s racy Spanish tragicomedy Celestina has been called the first European novel—we’ll speak with the translator of a new edition. Plus, Please Explain is all about how to read food labels!
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