Henry Bauer is Austrian by birth, Australian by education, and American by choice. His career has been in universities, first as an electrochemist, then as a Dean of Arts & Sciences, and finally as an historian-sociologist-philosopher of science, a relatively new interdisciplinary field known as science studies . His special interest is anomalies and unorthodoxies: How can you tell whether some startling claim is rubbishy pseudo-science or the next scientific revolution? He's here to talk about HIV/AIDS, Loch Ness monsters, and other controversial matters.
Ian spoke with professor and dream therapist Rodger Kamenetz about his book, The History of Last Night's Dream, in which he explores the interpretation of dreams from a spiritual perspective. Kamenetz believes "every dream has huge potential to help us unlock deeper levels of feeling."Kamenetz described two schools of dream interpretation gathered from his study of the Old Testament:... More »Host: Ian Punnett