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Ep. 36: Flaubert’s Madam Bovary

Join Brian, Ashley Johnson (https://www.writethinkdream.com/) and Anne Kniggendorf (twitter: @annekniggendorf) in their discussion of the 19th century classic, Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert.

Ep. 35: In Memoriam: Lise van Boxel

Our dear friend, co-founder, co-host and great-souled human, Lise van Boxel, has passed away. We present our humble tribute.

Ep. 34: Homer’s Iliad, Book 6

ANNOUNCEMENT: We recently learned that C&C co-founder Lise van Boxel has been diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer. She is currently undergoing treatment. If you would like to help and express your support, please visit the GoFundMe page created for her benefit.

In this episode, Brian is joined by guest Scott Hambrick, founder of Online Great Books. Brian will be teaching a seminar through Scott’s website starting in January. Sign up here and receive a 25% discount.

Brian and Scott discuss questions raised about war in Book 6 of Homer’s Iliad.

Ep. 33: Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Part I

We begin our next “close read” series with the first two sections of Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra, which conclude with the famous line “God is dead.” Lise, Jeff, and Brian discuss Nietzsche’s imagery, allusions, and treatment of questions of love, envy, and humanity.

Ep. 32: Veterans Education Project

Brian interviews Daniel Elkins, founder and director of the Veterans Education Project, which works to address issues faced by veterans in higher education. You can find more information on the Project’s website. And tune in to the Project’s podcast “Coffee with Congress” here, where it shares conversations with members of Congress about everything but politics.

Ep. 31: Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

We’re joined today by actor Matt Eitzen who is also a Shakespeare and Roman history aficionado. You can catch Matt in upcoming productions at The Guinea Pig Theater in Dallas, Texas through this link: https://www.facebook.com/theguineapigdallas/

You can rent Brian’s favorite interpretation, “Caesar Must Die” on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVY_edU8vZA

Ep. 30: Shakesepare’s King Lear

Brian is joined by guest George Eckerle, St. John’s grad and co-founder (with Brian) of the Plato Project, a series of online seminars for discussion of Plato’s complete works. In this episode they discuss one of William Shakespeare’s most well-known tragedies, King Lear.

Referenced Links: Peter Burke version of King Lear – https://youtu.be/0DWCn6H_KZM
Ismail Kadare “Essays on World Literature” – https://www.amazon.com/Essays-World-Literature-Aeschylus-Shakespeare/dp/1632061740


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