The Trump presidency presents a challenge to most educators since he represents values that are antithetical to what most of us in the humanities care about passing onto our students.
Author and publisher Charles D. Hayes is a self-taught philosopher and an impassioned advocate for lifelong learning. At age 17, he dropped out of high school to join the U.S.
In this conversation we talk to Paul about his take on rejection, his latest film projects and the challenges of spending seven years making Slingshot and the insights he
Paul Lazarus has a 30-year award-winning career as a director, producer and writer of television, film, and theater projects. Recently, he completed work on a feature length documentary called
For our first in a series of podcasts Laurence interviewed Professor Laura Bierema Laura Lee Bierema is Associate Dean for Academic Programs, and Professor, Department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy at
Calling all independent learners! We are researching a new book on how independent learning improves lives of older (us boomers more or less) learners. To start and to belong to
A message from Changing Times Press Co-founder, Laurence Peters Calling all independent learners! ChangingTimes Press wants to contact you for the purposes of researching a new book on how independent
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Interview with Vietnam Prize winning Historian Fredrik Logevall: The Continuing Significance of the Sixties
We were fortunate enough to interview Pulitzer prize winning author Fredrik Logevall on the day that he co-authored a magazine piece for Politico Magazine, entitled Obama’s JFK Problem How