Miranda Shafer

Miranda Shafer appears in the following:

Talk to Me: Hessler's Treks Through China

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Peter Hessler, The New Yorker's former Beijing correspondent, talked about his journey following the Great Wall at an event for The Asia Society. Listen to the full event here.


Talk to Me: Down Home Food Up North

Friday, April 16, 2010

Ted Lee, Jessica B. Harris and John T. Edge discussed the history of Southern food in the North at the Museum of the City of New York. Listen to their hunger-inducing discussion here.

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Talk to Me: Spot the Liar at Cornelia Street Café

Friday, April 09, 2010

Out of four crazy stories, one is a lie. That's the premise of The Liars Show at Cornelia Street Café. Listen to the show here and pick out the tall tale.


Talk To Me: Lovely Words for the Birds

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Birds have captured poets’ imagination for hundreds of years. Here is your chance to find out why. Columbia University has published Bright Wings: An Illustrated Anthology of Poems About Birds. The book is both a field guide to birds, and poetry about birds.


Talk to Me: The Man Behind Mad Men

Monday, February 22, 2010

Mad Men Producer Matthew Weiner may have created the character of Don Draper, but he is nothing like his inscrutable leading man. Get the download here.

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Talk To Me: The Doctor Gets Analyzed

Monday, February 01, 2010

“I’m just dog pedaling in dark high water, because this thing is a mind-blowing image,” said Professor Cornell West when he was given one of two images from Carl Jung's Red Book. Stre...

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Talk To Me: Hitler and the Dalai Lama

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Film director Andre Gregory made more than polite dinner conversation recently at the Rubin Museum. In the new "Red Book Dialogue" series, Gregory brought up some major daddy issues when confronted with the sketch of an abstract-looking horned manimal. 


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Talk To Me: Faith, Nature and Social Activism

Thursday, December 03, 2009

Alice Walker is known for her fierce, poetic writing and her politically charged ideas.  She opened up to a Jungian analyst in front of a live audience at the Rubin Museum of Art, one of our partners in the Talk To Me series.

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