Our lecture this week is presented by the Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies Latin American Studies, and is titled “Manufacturing Authenticity: The Idea of ‘Mexican’ Food in Diana Kennedy and Rick Bayless.” Our speaker is Ignacio Sánchez Prado, Jarvis Thurston and Mona Van Duyn Professor in the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis.
Manufacturing Authenticity: The Idea of ‘Mexican’ Food in Diana Kennedy and Rick Bayless | Boston University World of Ideas
262. Rolling Stone’s Rob Sheffield on new The Beatles White Album box set, why Paul won’t stop, Taylor Swift and more — Mr Jeremy Dylan
“People often dismiss [Paul] as soft and lazy and complacent. In so many ways, he’s the exact opposite of that, to a frightening extreme.”
- Rob Sheffield
Rob Sheffield , author of
Dreaming the Beatles , joins me to preview the new White Album box set and for a wide ranging discu
Darran Anderson is a writer and author of Imaginary Cities and the forthcoming Inventory. His writing on architecture, design, and space has appeared in The Atlantic, Vice, and CityLab. In this episode, Jarrett and Darran talk about his early interest in architecture and literature, experimenting with new forms of writing, and expanding how we talk about architecture and cities. Links from this episode can be found at scratchingthesurface.fm.
Original video: https://soundcloud.com/scratchingthesurfacefm/137-darran-anderson
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Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s ideas on the education of children
There’s a common complaint about soccer that you often hear in the United States—that it’s not exciting enough. “They don’t score enough points!” lament these haters. But whatever your feelings about the relative excitement of the beautiful game, soccer was undoubtedly more boring 30 years ago. “The world was in general agreement that the game
French food was the envy of the world – before it became trapped by its own history. Can a new school of traditionalists revive its glories?
Thom Yorke, musician, shares the soundtrack of his life with Lauren Laverne.
David Kipen interviews David Foster Wallace in San Francisco for City Arts & Lectures in 2004 - audio only.
For more Wallace: http://www.thehowlingfantods.com/dfw
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfjjSj9coA0&app=desktop
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Inflammable means flammable? What a country! It’s a perfectly cromulent thing to do, to pick quotes from “The Simpsons” in draft form. So we have assembled a learned panel of people who haven’t seen the show in years, bribed them with plenty of Malk (with Vitamin R!), and set them to choose their favorite lines from the most quotable TV show of all time. We hope you find this episode excellent. If you don’t, don’t blame us—we voted for Kodos.
Stephen Wolfram’s podcast features a 90-minute lecture that he delivered at the 2019 Wolfram Summer School (MP3), recapitulating the history of mathematics from prehistory to the present day. This is a fascinating lecture, and it also epitomizes Wolfram in that it is a magnificent feat that would have benefited immensely from editorial reflection. Wolfram announces…
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