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Louisiana Anthology Podcast

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The purpose of the Louisiana Anthology Podcast is to discuss the literature and culture of Louisiana. Some weeks, Bruce and Steve discuss a work of Louisiana literature. Other weeks, we discuss topics that can help our listeners better understand our literature, history, and culture. We also broadcast interviews with various authors, artists, and scholars about their contributions to Louisiana studies.

The purpose of the Louisiana Anthology Podcast is to discuss the literature and culture of Louisiana. Some weeks, Bruce and Steve discuss a work of Louisiana literature. Other weeks, we discuss topics that can help our listeners better understand our literature, history, and culture. We also broadcast interviews with various authors, artists, and scholars about their contributions to Louisiana studies.

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United States

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The purpose of the Louisiana Anthology Podcast is to discuss the literature and culture of Louisiana. Some weeks, Bruce and Steve discuss a work of Louisiana literature. Other weeks, we discuss topics that can help our listeners better understand our literature, history, and culture. We also broadcast interviews with various authors, artists, and scholars about their contributions to Louisiana studies.

Language:

English

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Episodes

352. Bruce A. Craft, part 1

2/14/2020
352. Part 1 of our interview with Bruce A. Craft (English, Foreign Languages, and Cultural Studies). “Redbone Rhetoric—Then and Now: An Exploration of the Literary and Historical Narrative of the Louisiana Redbones.” Bruce explores the history and culture of this tri-racial group living in western Louisiana. Various Locations in Eunice, LA Downtown Eunice, 300 S. Second St., Eunice, LA 70535 337-457-7389 Website Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on...

Duration:01:17:29

351. Michael N. Henderson, part 2

2/7/2020
351. Part 2 of our interview with genealogist Michael N. Henderson. In Got Proof! My Genealogical Journey Through the Use of Documentation, Lieutenant Commander Michael Nolden Henderson, USN retired, captures the attention of genealogists, historians, and others interested in the complex social structure that developed during the French and Spanish colonial periods in Louisiana. He explores the forbidden relationships from which evolved the unique Creole culture. Revealing original documents...

Duration:01:21:02

350. Michael N. Henderson, part 1

1/31/2020
350. Part 1 of our interview with genealogist Michael N. Henderson. In Got Proof! My Genealogical Journey Through the Use of Documentation, Lieutenant Commander Michael Nolden Henderson, USN retired, captures the attention of genealogists, historians, and others interested in the complex social structure that developed during the French and Spanish colonial periods in Louisiana. He explores the forbidden relationships from which evolved the unique Creole culture. Revealing original documents...

Duration:01:18:33

349. Nathan Rabalais, part 2

1/25/2020
349. Part 2 of our interview with Nathan Rabalais about his documentary, Finding Louisiana. Louisiana French, folk tales. Nathan earned his Ph.D. in French Studies from Tulane University and a Doctorat en Langues et littératures from Université de Poitiers. His research focuses primarily on literatures, cultures, and oral tradition of Francophone North America (primarily Louisiana, Acadia, and Quebec). Professor Rabalais's courses include The Craft of Writing, Heroes, French and Creole...

Duration:01:14:35

348. Nathan Rabalais, part 1

1/17/2020
348. Part 1 of our interview with Nathan Rabalais. Finding Cajun. Louisiana French, folk tales. Nathan earned his Ph.D. in French Studies from Tulane University and a Doctorat en Langues et littératures from Université de Poitiers. His research focuses primarily on literatures, cultures, and oral tradition of Francophone North America (primarily Louisiana, Acadia, and Quebec). Professor Rabalais's courses include The Craft of Writing, Heroes, French and Creole Louisiana, and Pop Culture of...

Duration:01:10:19

347. Dan Mabry, part 2

1/10/2020
347. Part 2 of our interview with Dan Mabry. About a year ago, Dan started his own podcast in our hometown of Ruston, the Dan Mabry Project. The Idea behind The Dan Mabry Project is "honest conversation, with interesting people". There are no rules here, everyone is welcome, and everyone has a story to tell. I put out a new episode every week! The Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on Spotify. Listen on TuneIn. The...

Duration:01:26:46

346. Dan Mabry, part 1

1/5/2020
346. Part 1 of our interview with Dan Mabry. About a year ago, Dan started his own podcast in our hometown of Ruston, the Dan Mabry Project. The Idea behind The Dan Mabry Project is "honest conversation, with interesting people". There are no rules here, everyone is welcome, and everyone has a story to tell. I put out a new episode every week! Wikipedia Twelfth Night “Midnight Jazz on Royal Street with ET.”Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on...

Duration:01:43:35

345. Jeff Barrois on Huey Long, part 2

12/28/2019
345. Bruce's discussion about Huey Long with Jeff Barrois, part 2. Jeff is a fellow podcaster, hosting "Good Morning Comrade," in New Orleans. He is also active in the DSA (Democratic Socialists of Americe), a union activist, and a school teacher in Jefferson Parish. Today he interviews Bruce about Huey Long, his career and politics, and we consider ways that we can tap into the Long legacy today. This interview was originally broadcast on Good Morning Comrade. New Year's Eve In New...

Duration:01:10:27

344. Huey Long Discussion with Jeff Barrois, Part 1

12/20/2019
344. Bruce's discussion about Huey Long with Jeff Barrois, part 1. Jeff is a fellow podcaster, hosting "Good Morning Comrade," in New Orleans. He is also active in the DSA (Democratic Socialists of Americe), a union activist, and a school teacher in Jefferson Parish. Today he interviews Bruce aboutr Huey Long, his career and politics, and we consider ways that we can tap into the Long legacy today. This interview was originally broadcast on Good Morning Comrade. December 2-28, 2019 Listen...

Duration:01:03:00

343. Deb Jannerson, part 2

12/13/2019
343. Part 2 of our interview with Deb Jannerson. Deb is an award-winning author of bildungsroman lit, queer romance, and poetry. Her debut YA book, The Women of Dauphine, is now available from NineStar Press. Her acclaimed poetry collections, Thanks for Nothing (Finishing Line Press, 2018) and Rabbit Rabbit (Finishing Line Press, 2016), are available wherever books are sold. More than one hundred of her pieces have appeared in anthologies and magazines, including viral articles for Bitch....

Duration:01:04:57

342. Deb Jannerson, part 1

12/12/2019
342. Part 1 of our interview with Deb Jannerson. Deb is an award-winning author of bildungsroman lit, queer romance, and poetry. Her debut YA book, The Women of Dauphine, is now available from NineStar Press. Her acclaimed poetry collections, Thanks for Nothing (Finishing Line Press, 2018) and Rabbit Rabbit (Finishing Line Press, 2016), are available wherever books are sold. More than one hundred of her pieces have appeared in anthologies and magazines, including viral articles for Bitch....

Duration:01:11:19

341. Lamar White and Rob Anderson

11/29/2019
341. Lamar White, Jr., editor of the Bayou Brief, visits again to analyze the recent elections in Louisiana. The Bayou Brief had some major scoops this year that influenced the election. Lamar and his reporters serve an important role in bringing out the truth about Louisiana politics. With him is Rob Anderson, who has run for office against Clay Higgins before. Natchitoches Christmas Festival Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on Spotify. Listen on...

Duration:01:37:00

340. Ed Burcham, part 2

11/22/2019
340. Part 2 of our interview with Ed Burcham about his life and his novel, Feathers of Faith. A young man, disillusioned by a caustic religious upbringing, strays into a self destructive lifestyle. He finds temporary peace in a religion that centers on new age mysticism and tribal ceremonies. He then finds that the spirits that now haunt him can only be driven away by the grace and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen...

Duration:01:19:11

339. Ed Burcham, part 1

11/16/2019
339. Part 1 of our interview with Ed Burcham about his life and his novel, Feathers of Faith. A young man, disillusioned by a caustic religious upbringing, strays into a self destructive lifestyle. He finds temporary peace in a religion that centers on new age mysticism and tribal ceremonies. He then finds that the spirits that now haunt him can only be driven away by the grace and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. Christmas in Roseland Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google...

Duration:01:23:11

338. Winston Ho, part 2

11/8/2019
338. Part 2 of our interview with Winston Ho about Asian history in New Orleans. Winston is a graduate student in the Department of History at the University of New Orleans (UNO), specializing in early twentieth-century China and Chinese American history in New Orleans. He holds an undergraduate degree in history and Chinese language from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, under the Department of History and the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures. He has previously...

Duration:01:36:29

337. Winston Ho, part 1

11/1/2019
337. Part 1 of our interview with Winston Ho about Asian history in New Orleans. Winston is a graduate student in the Department of History at the University of New Orleans (UNO), specializing in early twentieth-century China and Chinese American history in New Orleans. He holds an undergraduate degree in history and Chinese language from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, under the Department of History and the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures. He has previously...

Duration:01:42:44

336. General Russel L. Honoré

10/28/2019
336. We listen to an address by General Russel L. Honoré. Beloved in Louisiana as the hero of Katrina, he now spends his time working to address the effects of climate change in Louisiana. As the commander of Joint Task Force Katrina, he became known as the “Category 5 General” for his striking leadership style in coordinating military relief efforts in post-hurricane New Orleans. A decorated 37-year army veteran and global authority on leadership and emergency preparedness, Gen. Honoré now...

Duration:01:12:42

335. Anya Groner

10/19/2019
335. Our interview with Anya Groner, who teacher creative writing at NOCCA, the New Orleans Center for Creative Art. NOCCA is the regional, pre-professional arts training center for high school students in Louisiana. It opened in 1973 as a professional arts training center for secondary school-age children. Located in New Orleans, it provides intensive instruction in culinary arts, creative writing, dance, media arts, music (classical, jazz, vocal), theatre arts (drama, musical theatre,...

Duration:01:31:17

334. Henry Walther

10/11/2019
334. Our interview with Henry Walther, President of the College Democrats of Louisiana. Walther says his first initiatives as the new president of the statewide chapter are to guide new college chapters as they begin to structure their respective organizations. “From the state federation level, I think we should still give a lot of flexibility to school chapters, because I go to school in New Orleans, and I don’t know what’s happening in Lafayette,” Walther said. “My main goal is just going...

Duration:01:28:21

333. John-Paul Young, part 2

10/4/2019
333. Part 2 of our interview with John-Paul Young. Caddo Commission District 4. Runs a farm and a restaurant. Long term mosquito reduction — We can combat mosquitoes more safely with natural sprays, better water management, and repellent plants that don’t harbor pests. Humane animal shelter — We should transition to a no-kill shelter while expanding neuter/spay programs and responsible adoption and ownership programs. Smart water use — Water is the new oil, a scarce and valuable commodity....

Duration:01:17:37