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Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

June 17th, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

Dr. Sophia White, professor of American Studies at The University Of Notre Dame (Indiana), is the guest for “ROI” episode #462.  She joins the team to discuss her book “Voices Of The Enslaved:  Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana.” The host for this edition is John Kealey, and the history buffs are Terri Toppler and Ed Broders. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes ... Read More

BONUS: Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

June 17th, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

BONUS DISCUSSION:  Dr. Sophia White, professor of American Studies at The University Of Notre Dame (Indiana), is the guest for “ROI” episode #462.  She joins the team to discuss her book “Voices Of The Enslaved:  Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana.” The host for this edition is John Kealey, and the history buffs are Terri Toppler and Ed Broders. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes ... Read More

History Of Scandinavian Immigration To The United States

June 10th, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

Dr. Anna Peterson, associate professor of history at Luther College (Iowa), joins the “ROI” group to discuss the “History Of Scandinavian Immigration To The United States.”   The host for episode 461 is John Kealey, and history buffs are Terri Toppler and Ed Broders. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes June 17, 2022 ... Read More

BONUS: History Of Scandinavian Immigration To The United States

June 10th, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

BONUS DISCUSSION:  Dr. Anna Peterson, associate professor of history at Luther College (Iowa), joins the “ROI” group to discuss the “History Of Scandinavian Immigration To The United States.”   The host for episode 461 is John Kealey, and history buffs are Terri Toppler and Ed Broders. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes June... Read More

Catholic Messenger Conversations Episode 35: What makes and breaks our hearts?

June 8th, 2022

Bishop Thomas Zinkula and Evangelization Director Patrick Schmadeke share what they’ve learned from a synopsis of listening sessions about what makes and breaks the hearts of Catholics and non-Catholics – adults and youths! This segment was produced and recorded at KALA Radio Studios, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA. Renew Our Hearts, copyright 2019 by Joe Mattingly. All rights reserved. Published by NS Publications, 2325 James St., #11, Coralville, IA 52241. Email: nspinfo@newmansingers.com. Voice/text: 319-331-8812. For rights and reprint information, contact the publisher. Recorded... Read More

BONUS: Black Wall Street 100

June 3rd, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

BONUS DISCUSSION:  Hannibal Johnson, author and consultant specializing in diversity, equity and inclusion issues (Oklahoma), is the guest for “ROI” episode 460.  This edition’s discussion topic is:  “Black Wall Street 100:  An American City Grapples With Its Historical Racial Trauma.” The host for this episode is Jay Swords.  History buffs are Rick Sweet and Brett Monnard. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes ... Read More

Back Wall Street 100

June 3rd, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

Hannibal Johnson, author and consultant specializing in diversity, equity and inclusion issues (Oklahoma), is the guest for “ROI” episode 460.  This edition’s discussion topic is:  “Black Wall Street 100:  An American City Grapples With Its Historical Racial Trauma.” The host for this episode is Jay Swords.  History buffs are Rick Sweet and Brett Monnard. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes ... Read More

The Broadcast 41: Women And The Anti-Communist Blacklist

May 27th, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

The 458th edition of “Relevant Or Irrelevant” welcomes Dr. Carol Stabile, professor and acting dean at The University Of Oregon.  Dr. Stabile joins the “ROI” panelists to discuss:  “The Broadcast 41:  Women And The Anti-Communist Blacklist.” Jay Swords is the host for episode 458.  Rick Sweet and Brett Monnard are history buffs for this edition. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes ... Read More

BONUS: The Broadcast 41: Women And The Anti-Communist Blacklist

May 27th, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

BONUS DISCUSSION:  The 458th edition of “Relevant Or Irrelevant” welcomes Dr. Carol Stabile, professor and acting dean at The University Of Oregon.  Dr. Stabile joins the “ROI” panelists to discuss:  “The Broadcast 41:  Women And The Anti-Communist Blacklist.” Jay Swords is the host for episode 458.  Rick Sweet and Brett Monnard are history buffs for this edition. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes ... Read More

Invisible Wounds: Mental Illness And Civil War Soldiers

May 20th, 2022
Love, Labor And Longing In French Louisiana

Dr. Dillon Carroll, author and history faculty member at Butte College (California), is the guest for “Relevant Or Irrelevant” episode #457.  Dr. Dillon joins the “ROI” team to discuss “Invisible Wounds:  Mental Illness And Civil War Soldiers.” The host for episode #457 is John Kealey.  History buffs are Rick Sweet and Ed Broders. This program is recorded at KALA-FM, St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa, USA! Other Episodes ... Read More