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Marshall Poe
New Books in Critical Theory
Interviews with Scholars of Critical Theory about their New Books Support our show by becoming a premium member!
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4.0 stars from 119 ratings
Being an enraging podcast host and treating creating a quality experience for the guest and audience is predicated on preparation coupled with public speaking skills. The host relied heavily on “Um” “kinda” “sorta” “you knows” to give her time to formulate questions and responses. I felt for...Read full review »
COLLMARTIN via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/15/20
Is there somewhere listeners can access a less compressed version of the podcast?
Oliver Kooperation via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/12/20
Not a fair title for these pods if you’re going to let one or two ethnic groups dominate. Just a fan of truth in advertising.
JTR ROUND ROCK via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/22/18
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