Caree Banton

Host of Undisciplined

Caree Banton is an Assistant Professor of Afro-Caribbean History at the University of Arkansas who is jointly appointed in History and African and African American Studies. She received a MA in Development Studies from the University of Ghana in July, 2012 and completed her doctoral work at Vanderbilt University in June, 2013.

Caree is the host of Undisciplined, a a podcast produced in collaboration with the African and African American Studies program and KUAF.

On today's show, Arkansas Children’s will sponsor a hackathon in April. Plus, the second season of the podcast Undisciplined begins with a conversation about epidemics, and much more.

In the latest episode of Undisciplined, host Caree Banton talks to CDC scientist Ernest Yufenyuy about what the AIDS pandemic—which has been the focus of his work—can teach us about COVID-19.

Undisciplined returns with the launch of season two. Host Caree Banton talks with Dr. Ernest Yufenyuy, a research scientist at the Center for Disease Control, about his research on HIV and AIDS and what that can teach us about the current pandemic of COVID-19.

Host: Caree Banton
Guest: Ernest Yufenyuy
Producer: Matthew Moore

Undisciplined is a production of KUAF Public Radio.

In the season finale of Undisciplined, we look back on some past conversations about music and its impact on African and African American Studies. Plus, a look ahead at our next season.

Host: Caree Banton
Guests: Scot Brown, Valandra, Osyrus Bolly
Producer: Matthew Moore

Undisciplined is a production of KUAF Public Radio.

On the latest episode of Undisciplined, a podcast created in partnership with the African and African American Studies program at the University of Arkansas, host Dr. Caree Banton talks with Dr. Valandra, a professor of social work about coping with watching traumatic films about slavery.

Dr. Valandra is a professor of Social Work at the University of Arkansas. She talks about her work breaking the stereotypes of physical and sexual assault, the impact of trauma in multigenerational family settings, and learning to be resilient through coping with past trauma.

Host: Dr. Caree Banton
Guest: Dr. Valandra
Producer: Matthew Moore

Undisciplined is a production of KUAF.

On today's show, recent findings show that deer can carry COVID-19, so what does that mean for hunters this fall? Plus, reflecting on ten years of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and much more.

On the latest episode of Undisciplined, host Dr. Caree Banton turns the tables on former co-host Warrington Sebree as he shares what led him to choose going to the University of Arkansas and what he gained from his time in African and African American Studies classes. 

Growing up  in Little Rock, Warrington Sebree wasn't exactly sure what he wanted to do when he grew up, but he knew where he wanted to go: the University of Arkansas. In this episode, host Dr. Caree Banton turns the tables on her co-host Warrington to talk about growing up in Arkansas, being a part of the 4.4% of black students on the campus, and what compelled him to study African and African American Studies. Now Warrington is in his first year of law school at the HBCU mecca Howard University.

Host: Dr. Caree Banton
Guest: Warrington Sebree
Producer: Matthew Moore

On today's show, curating public art...big public art. Plus, the history of international relations at the University of Arkansas, SONA return to the Walton Arts Center stage, and much more.

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