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00000175-b316-d35a-a3f7-bbdeff020000 Twice a month the Cactus Cafe hosts KUT’s Views and Brews.Views and Brews is a free space where we invite the community in to explore a wide range of subjects and ideas. Already we’ve talked about Race In America, Spinoza Today, The Psychology of Civic Engagement, The Future of Theater, Time and much more.Our goal is to engage with the community to share thoughts, inspire new perspectives, and give everyone access to new ideas, art, literature, music, and imagination.Views and Brews are free and open to all ages.______________________________________________Our next live show at the Cactus will be in April of 2019. Please subscribe to the podcast in the meantime. See ya soon! -Rebecca

The Great War and Its Legacy, 100 Years Later

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In partnership with the Harry Ransom Center, Views and Brews discussed the recent exhibition "The World at War, 1914–1918." The exhibit marks the centenary of the start of World War I, and seeks to recover the deeply personal experience of the war.

Listen back as Rabbi Neil Blumofe and Ransom Center curators Elizabeth Garver and Jean Cannon join KUT’s Rebecca McInroy to explore the layered causes, complicated effects and penetrating propaganda of a war that forever changed our relationship to grief, industry, faith and one another.

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