“I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.” In just a few days, the Ivory Tower Boiler Room will be closing the book on our first year of podcasting (and three months of blogging, too)! Over the past year, we’ve gradually come together as a team and created a visionContinue reading “July Wrap-Up: Teaching, Public Humanities, and Public Scholarship”
Tag Archives: Jesse Green
(Andrew’s Bookshelf 7/18): Tonys 2021: Will the Artists take Center-Stage?
Andrew Reads (and Laughs along with) New York Times Theater Critic Jesse Green For this Sunday’s bookshelf feature, I want to discuss my reading of Jesse Green’s “A Chance to Fix the Tonys, and So Many Things to Fix” (released on June 2nd as a Critic’s Notebook feature). I’m still trying to feel my feetContinue reading “(Andrew’s Bookshelf 7/18): Tonys 2021: Will the Artists take Center-Stage?”
Podcast Drop: Jesse Green, Chief Theater Critic for the New York Times
Hey, kids! The Ivory Tower Boiler Room brought in an authority on writing, theater, and of course journalism. So naturally he and Andrew talk about Whitman the entire time. It’s fine. Jesse wrote an article on Whitman, and that was how he and Andrew originally connected. Elsewhere in the interview, Jesse gets quite detailed inContinue reading “Podcast Drop: Jesse Green, Chief Theater Critic for the New York Times”