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CSN Cafe is an interview podcast run by the Center for the Study of the Novel at Stanford University. Sitting down with visiting scholars to discuss the work they are presenting, these interviews leave a trace of the amazing exchanges we are proud to host at the Center. We’re glad to now be sharing these exchanges with a wider audience, so thank you for listening in as we scholars have a friendly chat among ourselves.

CSN Caf‪é‬ Center for the Study of the Novel

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CSN Cafe is an interview podcast run by the Center for the Study of the Novel at Stanford University. Sitting down with visiting scholars to discuss the work they are presenting, these interviews leave a trace of the amazing exchanges we are proud to host at the Center. We’re glad to now be sharing these exchanges with a wider audience, so thank you for listening in as we scholars have a friendly chat among ourselves.

    Books at the Center: Peter Boxall, The Prosthetic Imagination (10/29/21)

    Books at the Center: Peter Boxall, The Prosthetic Imagination (10/29/21)

    Peter Boxall is joined by Ian Duncan and Nancy Ruttenburg to discuss is recently published book, The Prosthetic Imagination.

    Crime Narratives with Andrea Goulet, Michelle Robinson, and Héctor Hoyos (4/30/21)

    Crime Narratives with Andrea Goulet, Michelle Robinson, and Héctor Hoyos (4/30/21)

    Andrea Goulet, Michelle Robinson, and Héctor Hoyos join Margaret Cohen to discuss the genre of "Crime Fiction."

    • 42 min
    Nicholas Paige, Technologies of the Novel (2/8/21)

    Nicholas Paige, Technologies of the Novel (2/8/21)

    Nicholas Paige is joined by Chloe Edmondson, John Bender, and Margaret Cohen to discuss his new book, Technologies of the Novel.

    • 57 min
    Books at the Center: Dorothy Hale, The Novel and The New Ethics (1/15/21)

    Books at the Center: Dorothy Hale, The Novel and The New Ethics (1/15/21)

    Dorothy Hale is joined by Nancy Ruttenburg, Alex Woloch, and Margaret Cohen to discuss her new book, The Novel and the New Ethics

    • 47 min
    Sharon Marcus on her Ian Watt Lecture (10/30/20)

    Sharon Marcus on her Ian Watt Lecture (10/30/20)

    Sharon Marcus joins Margaret Cohen to discuss the subject of her 2020 Ian Watt Lecture: "writing as if for death."

    • 46 min
    Fashion Stories: Emily Apter, Rhonda Garelick, and Anne Higonnet on the Cultural History of Clothing (1/9/20)

    Fashion Stories: Emily Apter, Rhonda Garelick, and Anne Higonnet on the Cultural History of Clothing (1/9/20)

    Emily Apter, Rhonda Garelick, and Anne Higonnet join Margaret Cohen to discuss the cultural history of clothing

    • 52 min

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