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Manifesto! A Podcast
Manifesto!
Your regular visit to the archives of vanity, where men who had stopped making myths turned to issuing commandments. Your guides for this journey are the writers Phil Klay and Jacob Siegel, along with their trusty engineer, the indefatigable Adam Chimera. May you continue to be a person. April 22: Join us for a special live episode of Manifesto! A Podcast with special guest Vinson Cunningham to discuss Pope Francis’ Fratelli Tutti and Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play Fairview. Event held virtually through the Fairfield University MFA program’s Inspired Writers series. For more information:...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 92 ratings
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UncleRawb via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/23/21
Interesting perspectives met with qualified, well thought out opinions and topics worth talking about. I have been completely won over by these conversations. There is more in each episode than I found in any of my college literature or philosophy classes. Would love to hear an episode on the...Read full review »
Ahrima5 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/07/20
Great hosts and subjects
Great listen. Some of the writing/art featured is short and freely accessible, so I try to read/look up their subjects whenever the new episodes come out. But, even when I can’t do the homework prior to listening, the hosts do a great job of contextualizing the material into a broader...Read full review »
Cubical Ruins via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/04/20
Recent Episodes
A special live episode of Manifesto! A Podcast courtesy of Fairfield University's Inspired Writers Series. Jake and Phil are joined by Vinson Cunningham, a theater critic and staff writer at the New Yorker, to discuss Pope Francis' Fratelli Tutti and Jackie Sibblies Drury's Fairview. The...
Published 05/19/21
Phil is joined by Eugene McCarraher, Professor of the Humanities and History at Villanova University, to discuss his article "A Providentialism Without God: The Case Against Meritocracy" as well as Goya's "The Dream of Reason Produces Monsters" The Manifesto: Eugene McCarraher, "A...
Published 04/13/21
Jake and Phil are joined by Geoff Shullenberg of Outsider Theory to discuss Herbert Marcuse's "Repressive Tolerance" and Franz Kafka's "The Judgement". The Manifesto: Herbert Marcuse, "Repressive...
Published 03/16/21
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