Podcast

The Congress of Forms podcast pursues various themes in essayistic fashion, through interviews, reflections, and music. All episodes are now available on iTunes.

EPISODE 1: VOCATION. The theme of the first episode is VOCATION. In this episode, I speak with two baristas, a rabbi, a professor of German literature, a professional viola player who quit music after an injury, and a recent Ph.D graduate who has decided to become a monk. More info here…

 

EPISODE 2: DREAMS. In the second episode, I speak with Professor Michael Graziano, a neuroscientist in the Department of Psychology at Princeton, and I ask him what a dream is. More info here…

 

EPISODE 3: AMERICA. I interview Paul Miles, a retired Army colonel and history teacher at Princeton, about the importance of studying American history, his experiences during his two tours in Vietnam, and his favorite American landscapes. More info here…

EPISODE 4: AMERICA (Part 2). In this second installment on America, I interview the alternative folk musician Diane Cluck about how the U.S. finds a place in her music. More info here…