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Hear Case authors talk about music, literature, religion, American culture and more, on KSL's Off the Shelf podcasts. KSL librarian William Claspy interviews Case Western Reserve University faculty authors about favorite subjects and their book publications.
From the first podcast in fall 2008 with Kurt Koenigsburger's The Novel and the Menagerie: totality, Englishness, and empire, or Thrity Umrigar & the Cleveland Arts Prize 2009, to the most recent in 2011 with Tim Beal's The Rise and Fall of the Bible: the unexpected history of an accidental book, you'll enjoy new insights on colleagues at Case and how & why they choose to write their books.
A convenient link on each podcast lets you play it on your computer, or use the links to download the iTunes or mp3 podcasts so you can hear them at your leisure.
Listen in (from anyhwere), today...and enjoy one of Kelvin Smith Library's cultural offerings!
Posted by Karen Oye on April 2, 2011 10:19 PM