The summer offers a college professor time to pursue other aspects of her or his intellectual work. I've buckled down on the podcast (among other things).
First, in a few days, I'll be interviewing Elijah T. Siegler about his recent book on the Coen Brothers and their films engagement with religion. That will end up on the Christian Humanist Profiles podcast.
For this show, you can look for these topics (below) in the coming weeks. And this is just a sample of the topics we have in the works. If you have any questions or suggestions, please let us know. We are always looking for ideas from you, our listeners. What's the point if we're only producing shows you don't care about? As always, you can contact us here. If you'd like to get more social, you can always find us on Twitter and Facebook as well. There are links to those outlets at the "Contact" tab above.
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The Sectarian Review Podcast is hosted by Danny Anderson, who is an Assistant Professor of English at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, PA.