52 episodes

Podmissum, is the podcast series of Trinity School in New York City, a diverse community of learning creating engaged and inspired citizens since 1709. Trinity is a k-12, independent, coeducational school on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. These podcasts highlight innovative education programs, explore k-12 education initiatives, and share the presentations of compelling speakers from within and from outside the Trinity community through interviews, guest speakers, documentaries, performances, athletic competitions, and other events at the School. We invite you to explore this library and subscribe to our audio show, the Trinity School Podmissum, through iTunes or by adding this URL (http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/rss) to your feed reader.

Podmissum shows cover a wide-range of topics, but all are related to ongoing educational programs as well as to the daily life of the Trinity School community. Podmissum helps to further Trinity’s commitment to participate in active and engaged conversations with the global community by sharing these presentations and events with the world. These shows are produced and distributed by Trinity School in New York City.

All episodes of podmissum are available at no cost to you.

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Podmissum, is the podcast series of Trinity School in New York City, a diverse community of learning creating engaged and inspired citizens since 1709. Trinity is a k-12, independent, coeducational school on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. These podcasts highlight innovative education programs, explore k-12 education initiatives, and share the presentations of compelling speakers from within and from outside the Trinity community through interviews, guest speakers, documentaries, performances, athletic competitions, and other events at the School. We invite you to explore this library and subscribe to our audio show, the Trinity School Podmissum, through iTunes or by adding this URL (http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/rss) to your feed reader.

Podmissum shows cover a wide-range of topics, but all are related to ongoing educational programs as well as to the daily life of the Trinity School community. Podmissum helps to further Trinity’s commitment to participate in active and engaged conversations with the global community by sharing these presentations and events with the world. These shows are produced and distributed by Trinity School in New York City.

All episodes of podmissum are available at no cost to you.

    Alumnus Grant Kleiser class of 2013

    Alumnus Grant Kleiser class of 2013

    This podcast features alumnus Grant Kleiser, class of 2013. Grant is a teacher of history at Trinity and recently passed his doctoral defense at Columbia University in the City of New York and will receive his PhD in May 2024. Grant’s dissertation explored free ports in the Atlantic region where goods and services could be traded with less oversight than in most European imperial ports. He received his undergraduate degree "summa cum laude" from the University of Pennsylvania. At Columbia he spent five years teaching subjects ranging from the history of the Caribbean to the Atlantic slave trade to modern Europe. He has conducted research in archives around the United States; Seville, Spain; London, England; and Aix-en-Provence, France. 

    • 57 min
    Alumnus Author David Grosz class of 1993

    Alumnus Author David Grosz class of 1993

    This podcast features alumnus author David Grosz, class of 1993. David is editorial director and chief digital officer at Cahiers d’Art Institute, a publisher of catalogues raisonnés of leading twentieth and twenty-first century artists and architects, including Frank Gehry, Sam Gilliam, Robert Irwin, Ellsworth Kelly, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, and Niki de Saint Phalle. David is a graduate of Yale University and received an MFA in creative writing from Brooklyn College.
    His debut novel is “Providence.”

    • 35 min
    Alumna Author Nicole Ruane class of 1988

    Alumna Author Nicole Ruane class of 1988

    This podcast features alumna author Nicole Ruane, class of 1988. Nicole is senior lecturer in classics, humanities, and Italian Studies at University of New Hampshire. She was previously a visiting assistant professor at Syracuse University, a lecturer at Northeastern University, and an instructor at Union Theological Seminary and The General Theological Seminary. She has published numerous scholarly articles about gender, sacrifice, and ritual in the Bible and her work was included in “A Question of Sex? Gender and Difference in the Hebrew Bible and Beyond,” edited by Deborah Rooke as well as other collections.
    Her book is “Sacrifice and Gender in Biblical Law.”

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Alumnus Author Scott Newman class of 2017

    Alumnus Author Scott Newman class of 2017

    This podcast features alumnus author Scott Newman, class of 2017. Scott is a writer, editor, podcast host, and founder. He has visited nearly forty countries and has lived in Amman, Antibes, New York, Sydney, and Paris.
    His debut book is “The Night Before the Morning After.”

    • 39 min
    Alumnus Author Jason Schwartzman class of 2008

    Alumnus Author Jason Schwartzman class of 2008

    This podcast features alumnus author Jason Schwartzman, class of 2008. Jason is a writer, senior editor, biographer, and teacher. His writing has appeared in the “New York Times,” “New York Magazine,” “Narratively,” “Gothamist,” “Hobart,” “BULL,” “River Teeth,” “X-R-A-Y,” and other publications. Jason lives in Berkeley, California, with his wife, Alexandra, and their dog, Stella.
    His debut book is, “No One You Know.”

    • 52 min
    Alumnus Author Cyrus R. K. Patell class of 1979

    Alumnus Author Cyrus R. K. Patell class of 1979

    This podcast features alumnus author Cyrus R. K. Patell, class of 1979. Cyrus is professor of English at New York University in New York. He received his AB, AM, and PhD in English and American literature and language from Harvard University. His scholarship and teaching centers on the theory and practice of world literature; cosmopolitanism; Global Shakespeare; “Star Wars;” minority discourse theory; literary historiography; and US literary history. He is the author of “Emergent U.S. Literatures” and “Cosmopolitanism and the Literary Imagination.” He is presently at work on “What in the World is a Global Text?” as well as a study of the ways in which Shakespeare's “Hamlet” became a part of global cultural heritage. He is coediting volume eight of the twelve-volume “Oxford History of the Novel in English” on the American novel after 1940.
    His most recent book is “Lucasfilm: Filmmaking, Philosophy, and the Star Wars Universe.”

    • 58 min

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