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 be a very well-spoken, well-informed host with insightful questions. I have to admit that about did stumble, stutter, and “um” too much. Overall, I thought the interview went really well.

For any interested in listening to the podcast, click on the link below http://www.kcur.org/centralstandard.html Then scroll down to just below where the word “Parenting” appears. A new window should pop up. Once it does, click on the mp3 file just below December 07,2011. I come on about at the 30 min point.  Please excuse the fact that I fumble over some answers, the result of interview anxiety.

Stay tuned for a new posting soon. I am giving a book talk tomorrow at Johnson County Community College and will have the video posted to this blog by this weekend.

Enjoy.

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About Anthony Funari

Hi, thanks for taking time to stop by my blog, Renaissnace Matters. So here's a little bit about me . . . I am student, scholar, reader, writer, teacher, and general enthusiast about the European Renaissance, a.k.a the Early Modern period. In May 2010, I graduated with my doctorate in English Literature from Lehigh University, focusing my dissertation on the literary reaction to the Scientific Revolution. I currently have an article in the recent issue of Early English Studies (EES). Also, keep an eye out for my forthcoming book through Palgrave MacMillan, Francis Bacon and the 17th-Century Intellectual Discourse.
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