Power of Ideas Episodes

1998, TV Show

Episode Detail: Gloria Steinem - Power of Ideas

Gloria Steinem discusses the continuing importance of feminism.

Episodes: Power of Ideas (84)

6/9/2005: Kevin Bales: Modern Slavery
8/4/2003: What Is a Mood Disorder?
2/23/2003: Leslie Beitsch: Public Health Challenges for the 21st Century
2/16/2003: Bert Castro: Zoos in the Modern World
2/9/2003: John Duncan: America's Drug Culture
2/2/2003: John Roth: Making Moral Choices
1/26/2003: Susan Savage: Smart Growth
1/19/2003: David Buss: Sex, Status and Conflict
1/12/2003: Brad Allenby: The Paradox of Technology and the Environment
1/5/2003: Kevin Bales: Modern Slavery
1/5/2003: Bruce Perry: Nurturing Our Children and Our Future
12/29/2002: Ronald M. George: Improving Access to Justice
12/22/2002: Costa Botes: The Making of 'The Lord of the Rings'
12/15/2002: Dan Brock: Genetics and Moral Choices
12/8/2002: Byron Berline: Bluegrass: The Sound and the Story
12/1/2002: Carol Skalnik Leff: The Globalization of Democracy
11/24/2002: Pliny Fisk III: Revolution in Architecture Design
11/3/2002: Demetria Martinez: Why We Write
10/27/2002: Philippe de Schoutheete: The Role of the European Union in World Politics
10/20/2002: Seymour Levine: Early Influences on Infant Brain Development
10/17/2002: Orville Schell---What's Next for China?
10/16/2002: William P. Malm: There's No Music Like NOH Music
10/13/2002: Murray Sperber: Sports and the Selling of American Universities
10/7/2002: Charles Neimeyer: The Role of the Military in the 21st Century
10/6/2002: His Royal Highness Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan: A Vision for the Middle East
10/6/2002: Paul Rozin: Food and Culture
9/22/2002: Ron Redfern: How the Earth Works
4/1/2002: Jazz: America's History Through Music
3/19/2002: A Conversation with a Nobel Laureate
3/16/2002: Gordon Lloyd: Public Policy: America's Invisible Empire
3/10/2002: Living an Effective Life
2/26/2002: Shaping the End of Life
2/24/2002: Traumatic Brain Injury
2/17/2002: Money and Big-Time College Sports
2/12/2002: The Cultural Legacies of the Vietnam War
2/10/2002: Reconstructing Crime: Crime and the Media
2/3/2002: Religious Persecution and U.S. Foreign Policy
1/27/2002: Sherman Alexie and Indian Identity
1/20/2002: Peanut Butter by the Slice
1/15/2002: The Origins of Christianity
1/13/2002: Artist of the American Landscape
12/31/2001: Prisons and Politics
12/30/2001: Native American Voice
12/23/2001: Great American Journeys
12/20/2001: Media and Society
12/16/2001: Why Sleep Is Really Important
12/13/2001: Power of Ideas
12/11/2001: Power of Ideas
12/2/2001: The Globalization of Disease
11/27/2001: A World Without Violence
11/22/2001: Power of Ideas
11/20/2001: Memory and Eyewitness Testimony
11/8/2001: Mind, Body and Spirit Medicine
5/6/2001: Kenneth J. Meier
4/29/2001: Kelvin Droegemeier
4/29/2001: Power of Ideas
4/22/2001: Joe Ripperger Pt. 2
4/22/2001: Jean Bethke Elshtain
4/9/2001: Jodi Magness
3/18/2001: Francis Collins
3/11/2001: Stanley Aronowitz
3/4/2001: Patricia Kuhl
2/25/2001: James K. Galbraith
2/24/2001: How to Live a Happier Life (Part 1)
2/18/2001: Steven V. Roberts
2/11/2001: Power of Ideas
2/10/2001: Jordan Tang
2/4/2001: Henry Bumstead
1/28/2001: Gloria Steinem
1/28/2001: Lew Hunter
1/21/2001: Robert N. Butler
1/14/2001: W. Richard West Jr.
1/6/2001: Power of Ideas
12/31/2000: Power of Ideas
12/24/2000: Power of Ideas
11/26/2000: Denise Chavez
11/19/2000: Power of Ideas
11/12/2000: Power of Ideas
11/5/2000: Power of Ideas
Insects: Six Legged Chemists
Tobacco Wars
Oklahoma Artist Living Legend
How We View Memorials as an Expression of American Culture
Russia in Transition

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Premiered: 1998, on PBS
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Premise: A weekly discussion of political, social, scientific and cultural topics with a single guest.


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