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Reading Poetry In this episode, Trinity Forum President, Cherie Harder speaks with internationally acclaimed poet and writer, Dana Gioia, who is a former California Poet laureate and Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. The conversation in this episode considers the personal as well as the universal, including how Dana became interested in poetry,
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Reading and Community In this episode, Matthew Lee Anderson and Anika Prather join Cherie Harder to discuss our shared heritage in the canon of western literature, the ephemerality of a post-reading culture, and the benefits of communal reading. This podcast is an edited version of an Online Conversation, which you can find with video and transcript, here.
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Reading for Virtue In this episode, Karen Swallow Prior joins Cherie Harder to discuss her own history with reading literature as well as the challenges and opportunities for forming virtue that exist within great books. This podcast is an edited version of an Online Conversation, which you can find with video and transcript, here. If
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Reading for Regeneration In this episode, Jessica Hooten Wilson and Claude Atcho join Cherie Harder to discuss the countercultural practice of reading carefully and communally. This podcast is an edited version of an Online Conversation, which you can find with video and transcript, here. If you're interested in reading old books in community, we encourage you
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Reading for a More Tranquil Mind In the first episode of our series on Reading & The Common Good, Cherie Harder speaks with Alan Jacobs about the benefits of reading old books. Jacobs makes the compelling claim--using a phrase from Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow--that spending our time and attention on writers from the past can
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Reading & The Common Good   Our new podcast series with Jessica Hooten Wilson, Karen Swallow Prior, Alan Jacobs, Dana Gioia, Anika Prather, and Matthew Lee Anderson. Few things in life are as enriching and humanizing as reading deeply and well. Yet the pace and technology of modern life make it hard for many of
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