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Skepchick Presents: A Conversation with Dr. Eugenie Scott (Part 9)

Skepchick’s conversation with Dr. Scott wraps up in this installment, which covers a little bit about what she has coming up for the rest of 2009. This video is the final segment in the series. (You can see Parts 1 & 2 here, Parts 3 & 4 here, Parts 5 & 6 here, Parts 7 & 8 here, or the entire playlist here.

Part 9

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Video production and editing: Chris Moyer of Dropframe Video. Contact him at Malachi Constant.

Thanks to Skepchick reader, Naomi (Geek Goddess), who donated her time freely to help out.

Thanks to Steven Cowan, Erin Flis, and Melodie Wade of the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

Sam Ogden

Sam Ogden is a writer, beach bum, and songwriter living in Houston, Texas, but he may be found scratching himself at many points across the globe. Follow him on Twitter @SamOgden

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10 Comments

  1. Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it.

    I quite enjoyed talking to Eugenie. There were several instances where I got so interested in what she was saying, I forgot I was supposed to be interviewing her. And then I’d suddenly remember, “Oh, shit. I’m supposed to be progressing the conversation.”

  2. @Sam Ogden: “Oh, shit. I’m supposed to be progressing the conversation.”

    Interviewing is hard, and the fact that people like Terry Gross make it look easy doesn’t help. I thought you did a great job.

  3. This certainly was a great interview.

    In these days where even on the news the interviewer is portrayed as the “star” rather than the interviewee, it was a refreshing change to see an interview where the interviewer shuts the hell up and lets the interviewee speak.

    Sam, you’re a natural at this, and I look forward to more of the same in the future!

  4. @Andrew Nixon: I agree wholeheartedly. I’ve seen lots of amateur interviewers and Sam’s a natural. It helps that he’s so familiar with the subject matter, too.

    Hopefully any future interviews will go as smoothly.

  5. I was fortunate to hear Dr. Scott speak at the recent AAI conference in Burbank. She is such a terrific orator and this interview was an excellent reminder of the importance of the work being done by the NCSE.

    Great job, Sam!

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