Monthly Archives: December 2011

Time’s Person of the Year and Shakespeare’s “Many-Headed Monster”

So I really love Time Magazine’s pick for person of the year, the Protester. This is almost a complete 180 to the 2006 person of the year, “YOU.”  The cover story article for that year went on to explain that the … Continue reading

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The Book Talk on Youtube!

After many hours spent negotiating the intricacies of Youtube, I have finally been able to post the video recordings of the book talk on December 8th at Johnson County Community College. Here are the embedded videos: Overall, I thought the talk … Continue reading

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Interview on KCUR’s Central Standard

So today I was interviewed on the local NPR station in Kansas City, MO. The program was Central Standard – a great title – hosted by Jubalani Leffal. Given that this was my first on air, I found Mr. Leffal to … Continue reading

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