Brian E. Crim & Karl Stevens

June 19, 2019

On this episode of Inquiry, we welcome BRIAN E. CRIM. He is the John M. Turner Distinguished Chair in the Humanities and an associate professor of history at Lynchburg College. His new book delves deep into one of the more disturbing events of World War II: when the United States brought 1500 German and Austrian scientists to America to work on our science and technology projects. Crim’s book is OUR GERMANS: PROJECT PAPERCLIP AND THE NATIONAL SECURITY STATE.

“You have to joke. The only other option is losing your mind.” On this episode of Inquiry, we talk with artist KARL STEVENS. His new book, THE WINNER, is a work about the often segregated worlds of fine and graphic art..among many other things.

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