Conversations with Cal Poly Authors
Barns to baseball

Launched this year and inspired by the many members of the Cal Poly community who publish significant creative and scholarly books, Conversations with Cal Poly Authors are informal, interactive discussions.

» Missed our first two events? You can access the podcasts at Kennedy Library Out Loud.

Listen to Hema C. Dandekar, professor and department chair, City and Regional Planning, discuss an American way of life and her book "Michigan Family Farms and Farm Buildings." Assistant Professor of History Joel Orth and CAFES Center for Sustainability Director Hunter Francis join the conversation.

Learn how living in Taiwan inspired History Professor and Department Chair Andrew Morris' book "Colonial Project, National Game: A History of Baseball in Taiwan." John A. McKinstry, professor of Sociology, and Don Choi, associate professor, Architecture, join Morris in the discussion.

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