Join Chris, Martyn, and Sarah as they talk about the form of the Shakespearean tragedy! You’ll learn to turn your enemies into pies and avoid the inevitable downfall by your own tragic flaws. Listen in!
Join Chris, Martyn, and Sarah as they sit down to talk about Shakespeare. That’s right, it’s Shakespeare month here at the Booket List!
Greetings, listeners! This week we talk about Neuromancer – what we think of it and what it’s about.
Join Chris, Martyn, and Alli as they sit down to discuss cyberpunk! What is cyberpunk? What’s up with the neon? Why the excessive wearing of trenchcoats? If you’ve ever asked these sorts of questions, listen in!
The Booket List is back, and we’re talking science fiction! Well, Chris is talking science fiction, due to technology going horribly wrong. Funny how these things work. Anyway, tune in to learn a bit about the history of sci fi!
Greetings, listeners! This week, Martyn leads a discussion about postmodernism that likely doesn’t make any sense, and may get mistaken for bad noise rock. We also announce our book for the month of November: Zero K by Don Delillo! So, tune in for a strange, hard-to-follow ride through the winding mazes of postmodern thought!
Hello Listeners! This week on the Booket List Chris is joined by Allie and Sarah to discuss H.P. Lovecraft’s stories “The Rats in the Walls” and “The Street”. Join us as we discuss Lovecraft’s relationship with paganism and race!
This week we have Luise Poulton, Managing Curator of the Rare Books and Special Collections of the J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah. In this lecture entitled, “Pioneers of Science: Ten Thousand Pages that Shook the World,” Poulton will speak about the the vast collection of first editions of some of the worlds greatest scientific minds, inclding Isaac newton, Johannes Kepler, Galileo, Carl Gauss, Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, and more. Each of these books has its own story to tell. Together they give insight into the communication, conversation, collaboration, and controversy that made science possible.