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International Programs (IP) at the University of Iowa presents WorldCanvass® once a month before a live audience in the Senate Chamber of the historic Old Capitol Museum on the campus of the University of Iowa.
Joan Kjaer hosts the series and, with her guests, explores topics that are international in scope and central to our understanding of how individuals fit into the global landscape.
The programs are recorded by UITV  for later broadcast over Iowa cable television systems and for distribution on Iowa Public Radio and KRUI-FM. Live video streaming  is provided through IP’s website, a live broadcast will be playing on KRUI  89.7 FM, and all programs are archived on the Public Radio Exchange  and through podcasts on iTunes . WorldCanvass programs take place from 5-7 p.m. one Friday per month and are free and open to the public.
Watching and Listening:
Live video streaming  during WorldCanvass programs can be found on the International Programs website.
Live audio streaming  is provided by KRUI-FM during WorldCanvass programs.
Download WorldCanvass Podcasts on iTunes  for free and subscribe to future podcasts.
Listen to past WorldCanvass programs online for free at the Public Radio Exchange .
|Watch WorldCanvass on UITV
UITV broadcast schedule 
September 10 – Documenting Humanity: A Sense of Place 
October 8 – Slavery and Gender 
November 12 – The Value of an International Education 
December 10 – The American West of the Imagination 
January 28 – Counterculture of the 60s and 70s 
February 18 – East Africa 
March 25 – Starving for Water: The Global Water Crisis 
April 8 – Women in Post-Socialist Eastern Europe 
May 6 – Italian Art and Culture 
September 21 - Napoleon and His Legacy 
October 5 - The Latino Midwest  (Location: 2780 University Capitol Centre)
November 2 - IWP: Writing the Stories of the World 
December 7 - Globalization and the World Economy 
January 25 - The Rupture of Civil War 
February 15 - Genetics and New Technologies 
March 8 - The Book Culture, Languages, and Arts of Indigenous Peoples 
April 5 - Refugees in the Heartland 
May 3 - Remaking the Body: Identity and Body Modification 
WorldCanvass® Studio is a mobile version of our monthly discussion and performance series WorldCanvass. See below for past WorldCanvass Studio programs.
– 2010-2011 —
September 29, 2010 – ‘The Tenth Parallel’ author Eliza Griswold 
March 4, 2011 – Dancers in Company 
March 6, 2011 – James Zogby author “Arab Voices: What They are Saying to Us and Why it Matters” 
– 2011-2012 –
October 3, 2011 – Roy Bennett and the Hard Road to Democracy in Zimbabwe 
October 27, 2011 – The Caucasus as a Crossroads: Dagestan, Russia and Regional Security 
October 28, 2011 – Traditional Mongolian group AnDa Union 
July 20, 2012 - The Magic Behind the Production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s H.M.S. Pinafore 
– 2012-2013 –
October 27, 2012 – Face to Face 
June 13, 2013 - A Global Look at Interpersonal Psychotherapy 
WorldCanvass is a production of International Programs at the University of Iowa in partnership with the University of Iowa Pentacrest Museums, UITV, KRUI and Information Technology Services. International Programs, your global intersection, connects students, faculty, staff, and the Iowa community to the world.