Podcast

In this new episode, Keith Moser, Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Mississippi State University, leads a thought-provoking discussion on Imagination and Art: Explorations in Contemporary Theory, which is one of the most compelling transdisciplinary examinations of imagination to date.

Podcast

Steven Fine, Churgin Professor of Jewish History at Yeshiva University, Israel, discusses his new book The Arch of Titus: From Jerusalem to Rome—and Back.

Guest Post

Impuls C – Chance: Christa H. Herold geht in dem Beitrag ihres Corona-Selbstcoachings der Frage nach, ob die Krise immer und für alle eine Chance darstellt.

Guest Post

Christa Herold blickt in ihrem Blog „C.O.R.O.N.A. – was ich für mich jetzt tun kann“ auf ein Jahr Pandemie und fragt, wo wir gegenwärtig stehen und wo es hin geht.

Interview

Jingyi Li from New Books Network interviews Sven Saaler, author of Men in Metal: A Topography of Public Bronze Statuary in Modern Japan.

Interview

Kirill Babaev, author of A Grammar of May, joins us for a discussion about his love for languages and culture and his fieldwork in remote parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Video

Find out more about the impact of our Open Access Journal of Jesuit Studies in this video.

Interview

Raj Balkaran from New Books Network interviews Peter Bisschop and Yuko Yokochi about their work on the monumental Skandapurāṇa project.

Podcast

In this episode, Merethe Roos and Henrik Edgren, two of the editors of Exploring Textbooks and Cultural Change in Nordic Education 1536–2020 talk about delving deep into the centuries-old history of the education systems in the Nordic countries through their school textbooks, right from the era of the Reformation in the 16th century and through the subsequent educational acts that shaped the systems in each country.

Podcast

In the second episode of our series 'Across the Rainbow', we speak with Dr. Ann Towns and Dr. Katarzyna Jezierska.