FOLK PHENOMENOLOGY is a podcast by Sam Rocha. This episode features an interview with Catherine Addington on the craft and concept of translation, Spanglish and third languages, and the invisibility of sanctity in the life of the saint. Her translation of St. Rafael Arániz in Commonweal is an ideal companion for this episode. Her review of an anthology of journalistic work by Gabriel Garcia Marquez in Commonweal is also excellent.
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September 7 | Episode 10 | Black Lives with Rebecca Christian
September 14 | Episode 11 | The Evil of Racism and Black Joy with Gloria Purvis
September 21 | Episode 12 | Debate
September 28 | Episode 13 | Debating Critical Race Theory with David Gray
October 5 | Episode 14 | Critical Race Theory and Catholic Social Teaching
October 12 | Episode 15 | Augustine and Historical Fiction with Suzanne Wolfe
October 19 | Episode 16 | Black Catholics and Story with Alessandra Harris
October 26 | Episode 17 | Debating Communism with Dean Dettloff
November 2 | Episode 18 | Debating Capitalism with Trent Horn
November 9 | Episode 19 | Music with Jaya Lakshminarayanan
November 16 | Episode 20 | Miles and Trane
Musical intro and outro tracks are "Gabe's Up Late (Intro)" and "Sleeping Tomas" from the abandoned draft Upi Dupi La La project by Sam Rocha. Voiceovers feature Angela Davis, James Balwin, Paulo Freire, Toni Morrison, Nina Simone, and Stevie Wonder. Mastered with LANDR using Kamasi Washington's "Clair de Lune" from The Epic as a reference track.
All audio and visual content for FOLK PHENOMENOLOGY is created by Sam Rocha.
More information about Sam Rocha at www.samrocha.com/podcast.