Entitled Opinions is a literary talk show on Stanford University Radio, KZSU, in which Professor Robert Harrison interviews guests about issues that range from literature and philosophy to politics and sports.
Robert Harrison on Depression
June 13, 2022-- In this episode our host, Professor Robert Harrison, speaks on the topic of depression.
California Writers Part 2
June 12, 2022-- A conversation with Scott Thomas Anderson, writer and producer of the documentary podcast series "Drinkers with Writing Problems".
Czeslaw Milosz: A Discussion with Cynthia Haven
May 27, 2022-- A conversation with Cynthia Haven, author of "Czeslaw Milosz: A California Life", "An Invisible Rope: Portraits of Czeslaw Milosz", and "Czeslaw Milosz: Conversations".
To the Lighthouse with Miles Osgood
May 13, 2022-- In this episode, Dr. Osgood and Robert Harrison discuss the 1927 novel by Virginia Woolf "To the Lighthouse".
Letter writing: A Media Revolution with Chloe Summers Edmondson
April 29, 2022-- Dr. Chloe Summers Edmondson is a Lecturer at Stanford University. Her research is situated at the crossroads of literary criticism, cultural history, and media studies, with a focus on 17th and 18th-century France.
The Epic of Gilgamesh with Sophus Helle
April 9, 2022-- Sophus previously translated "The Epic of Gilgamesh" into Danish with his father. His English translation of the epic was recently published by Yale University Press.
Can Talk Heidegger or Jim Morrison and Always Interesting
I've learned quite a bit from this podcast. I've learned in listening to both the questions and the answers. Handles philisophical and artistic topics with understanding and inisght. The Hans Sluga interview right after the 2016 election was something I wish the nation could have heard or understood. And legendary last interview with Richard Rorty.
Could have been much better
The egotistical attitude the host has and the too loud, too long intro music are the main issues of this podcast
A Rare Gem!
Entitled Opinion feeds your soul. Podcasts such as this one are becoming rarer and rarer in this world of crass consumerism