Insight

Insight - Kill Normies

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Jessie Basler and Kyle Kisner discuss ''Kill All Normies: Online Culture Wars from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the Alt-Right'' by Angela Nagle. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - Reading Comments

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Marina Vela, Madison Liddle, and James Heckler discuss ''Reading the Comments: Likers, Haters, and Manipulators at the Bottom of the Web'' by Joseph Reagle, Jr.. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - This is Why we Cant Have Nice Things

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Tania Contreras, Marina Vela, and Madison Liddle discuss ''This is Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Mapping the Relationship Between Online Trolling and Mainstream Culture'' by Whitney Phillips. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - Once and Future Libera

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Johnny Peddicord and James Heckler discuss ''The Once and Future Liberal: After Identity Politics'' by Mark Lilla. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - The Broken Ladder

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Tania Contreras, Johnny Peddicord, and Marina Vela discuss ''The Broken Ladder: How Inequality Affects The Way We Think, Live, and Die'' by Keith Payne. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - WorldAmericaMade

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Jacob Bauer and Madison Liddle discuss ''The World America Made'' by Robert Kagan. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - Fugitive Spring

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Jacob Bauer and Kyle Kisner discuss ''Fugitive Spring: Coming of Age in the '50s and '60s'' by Deborah Digges. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - Churchill

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Jessie Basler and Tania Contreras discuss ''Churchill'' by Paul Johnson. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - Breaking Nations

Baking pie has never been more purposeful. From harvesting pumpkins at the local community garden to organizing special community dinner this episode is on mission to celebrate America's diversity while teaching kids and families how to cook and eat in more natural way.

Insight - Asias Cauldron

Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - Trumped Up

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Johnny Peddicord, Madison Liddle, and James Hecler discuss ''Trumped Up: How Criminalization of Political Differences Endangers Democracy'' by Alan Dershowitz. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - And Then All Hell Broke Loose

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Jessie Basler, Jacob Bauer, and Kyle Kisner discuss ''And Then All Hell Broke Loose: Two Decades in the Middle East'' by Richard Engel. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.

Insight - Death of Expertise

Dr. Joe Cernik and Lindenwood University students Tania Contreras, Johnny Peddicord, and Marina Vela discuss ''The Death of Expertise: The Campaign Against Established Knowledge and Why It Matters'' by Tom Nichols. Dr. Cernik is Professor of Public Affairs at Lindenwood University and teaches a course on ''Appreciating Political Books'' in which students are invited to discuss books on politics, domestic and international, in a televised platform known as ''Insight.'' Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.