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1. Is Innocence a Risk Factor? Is Innocence a Risk Factor? Professor Saul M. Kassin discusses his research on police interrogation and false confessions: not only do innocent people confess, but they often come to believe they did commit the crime.

2. Political Deliberation: Anxiety and Reason Political Deliberation: Anxiety and Reason Political Science Professor George Marcus discusses how emotion precedes reason in political deliberation, and why anxiety leads voters to make more thoughtful choices.

3. Prendergast in Italy Prendergast in Italy The exhibition's curator, Nancy Mowll Mathews, discusses the work that Maurice Prendergast made on two separate trips to Italy against the backdrop of the rise of Modernism and a fabled city leaving its past behind.

4. Strange and Reminiscent: Paul Park on Writing and Teaching Strange and Reminiscent: Paul Park on Writing and Teaching Lecturer and author Paul Park discusses his innovative use of genre and creative approach to teaching writing.

5. The Legacy of the Rings: The Story Behind the Story The Legacy of the Rings: The Story Behind the Story The Lord of the Rings, one of the most celebrated and influential work of the twentieth century, also has one of the most fascinating stories behind its creation. Sean Pegado '11 speaks with Wayne Hammond and Christina Scull, two of the world's leading Tolkien scholars, and discusses their experiences studying Tolkien and his works.

6. The Naturalist and the Novel The Naturalist and the Novel Fiction author Andrea Barrett discusses her fascination with Darwin's 19th century world, her passion for research, and her protracted writing process that involves many, many drafts.
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