Tuesday, October 21
Guests: Michael Weissenstein, Ted Henken, and Frank Calzon
A recent New York Times editorial calling for the US to lift its embargo against Cuba and Fidel Castro’s subsequent point-by-point response has rekindled debate surrounding the US embargo and the United States’ position on the island. In this hour of Radio Times, we’ll hear from TED HENKEN of Baruch College and FRANK CALZON, the executive director of the Center for A Free Cuba, on whether or not the United States should lift the embargo and the future of relations between the US and Cuba. But first, MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN, Associated Press chief of bureau in Havana, will us an update of the latest news from our island neighbor.
Jonathan Moreno’s “Impromptu Man: J.L. Moreno and the Origins of Psychodrama, Encounter Culture, and the Social Network”
Guest: Jonathan Moreno
In this hour of Radio Times, JONATHAN MORENO joins Marty in studio to discuss his new book Impromptu Man: J.L. Moreno and the Origins of Psychodrama, Encounter Culture, and the Social Network. His book examines the contributions of his father – J.L Moreno – to psychiatry and psychology and the role he played in the creation of “psychodrama”, the combination of therapy and theater and “sociometry,” the study of social relationships. He’ll discuss his father’s life and work and how it even laid the foundation for contemporary social-network analysis.