Speaking in Maine

Occasional weekdays at 1:00 pm

One of the many public affairs lecture series MPBN Radio presents weekdays at 1:00 pm, Speaking in Maine features diverse speakers recorded in towns and cities throughout the state of Maine. The program is produced by Ed Morin, Gordon Fellis and Jonathan Woodward. The Executive Producer for Speaking in Maine is Charles Beck.

Colby College

Speaking in Maine takes us next to Waterville and Colby College.

Jamille Bigio, former White House director for human rights and gender, reflects on her work to promote equal rights and opportunities for women and LGBT people around the world in "Leaning In from the White House: Promoting Global Women's and LGBT Human Rights."

Yale University/YouTube

Speaking in Maine takes us to the recent 2015 Camden Conference, focusing this year on "Russia Resurgent."

Today features Thomas Graham, from the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale University. His topic is "Rethinking U.S.-Russian Relations."

We'll be visiting the 2015 Camden Conference on Russia all this week at 1 p.m. To see all episodes in the series, click here.

Brookings Institution

Speaking in Maine takes us to the recent 2015 Camden Conference, focusing this year on "Russia Resurgent."

Today features Constanze Stelzenmuller, Robert Bosch senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Her topic is "Europe's Russia Challenge."

We’ll be visiting the 2015 Camden Conference on Russia all this week at 1 p.m. To see all episodes in the series, click here

Brookings Institution

Speaking in Maine takes us to the recent 2015 Camden Conference, focusing this year on "Russia Resurgent."

Today features Steven Pifer, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. His topic is "Russia: Ukraine and the Broader Implications."

We’ll be visiting the 2015 Camden Conference on Russia all this week at 1 p.m. To see all episodes in the series, click here.

Wellesley.edu

Speaking in Maine takes us to the recent 2015 Camden Conference, focusing this year on "Russia Resurgent."

Today features Nina Tumarkin, professor of history and director of Russia area studies at Wellesley College. Her topic is "History Matters, Politics of the Past in Putin's Russia."

We’ll be visiting the 2015 Camden Conference on Russia all this week at 1 p.m. To see all episodes in the series, click here.

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