This week on The Marketplace of Ideas, Colin Marshall talks to Yunte Huang, poet, professor of English at UC Santa Barbara, and author of Charlie Chan: The Untold Story of the Honorable Detective and His Rendezvous with American History. In the book, Huang combines a personal narrative of his research into American literature’s most beloved (and loathed) Chinese detective with the stories of E.D. Biggers, the writer who invented Charlie Chan, and Chang Apana, the real-life Chinese detective on the Honolulu Police whose exploits inspired him.
- "From Bloomsday to Juneteenth" - James Joyce's ULYSSES + Ralph Ellison's INVISIBLE MAN on Today's THE FREAK POWER TICKET (Monday, June 22, 11am-1pm)
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- BERNIE LARSEN + TD LIND to Perform Live In-Studio on THE FREAK POWER TICKET Today (Monday, July 20, 11am-1pm)