Stream or download this episode. Nathan Gilmour discusses the contemporary uses and misuses of critical theory with Michial Farmer and David Grubbs.
Stream or download this episode. Visit our website. Josh and Michial talk about the 34th full-length Disney feature, 1996’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Stream or download this episode. David Grubbs talks to Nathan Gilmour and Michial Farmer about St. Bede’s sermon on the beheading of John the Baptist.
Stream or download this episode. Before Walker Percy became famous as the author of novels like The Moviegoer and Love in the Ruins, he wrote a series of philosophical essays on the relationships between language, symbol, and[…]
Stream or download this episode. In the summer of 2009, the then-editor of Front Porch Republic sent an email to Jason Peters telling him that there was no new content to publish on the website[…]
Stream or download this episode. Visit our website. Josh Altmanshofer and Michial Farmer discuss Disney’s 33rd full-length animated feature, 1995’s Pocahontas.
Stream or download this episode. The middle of the twentieth century saw a brief renaissance of Catholic literary fiction, spearheaded by people like Graham Greene, Flannery O’Connor, and Walker Percy. The moment didn’t last terribly[…]
Stream or download this episode. The way 2020 is going, synthetic dinosaurs are just around the corner, so join the CHP crew for a throwback to our conversation on 1994’s film Jurassic Park.
Stream or download this episode. As the bad news continues to roll in about American higher education—its devotion to ideologies, libertarian and Marxist, its loss of humanities program after humanities program, and now the terrible[…]
Stream or download this episode. Jessica Hooten Wilson joins Christina Bieber Lake to talk about her recent First Things article, “How Flannery O’Connor Fought Racism,” a response to a recent Paul Elie New Yorker piece.