The conventional wisdom is that World War I had little effect on American art. But is this really true? Tonight on Inquiry our guest is DAVID M. LUBIN, the Charlotte C. Weber Professor of Art at Wake Forest University. His new thought provoking book that discusses the art that defined the American experience in that war is titled GRAND ILLUSIONS: AMERICAN ART AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR.
Tonight on Inquiry we talk about frogs and toads, snakes and lizards, salamanders and turtles! We welcome DR. ROBERT POWELL, Professor of Biology at Avila University in Kansas City, Missouri. He will be talking about the new edition of the venerable PETERSON FIELD GUIDE TO REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS OF EASTERN AND CENTRAL NORTH AMERICA, which he co-authored with Roger Conant and Joseph T. Collins.