Comparative Literature

Nostalgia podcast with Paul March-Russell

31 May 2018

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Dr Chris Deacy, Reader in Theology and Religious Studies in the Department of Religious Studies, has just released the second instalment of his podcast series on 'Nostalgia'.

In the latest podcast, Chris interviews Dr Paul March-Russell, Specialist Associate Lecturer in the Department of Comparative Literature. Paul talks about his earliest memories and how television played a role in shaping his identity, from Doctor Who and John Peel to Minipops. He discusses the pitfalls of ‘going back’ to one’s childhood home and about how he followed a path in academia – but that it wasn’t where he necessarily thought he would end up. He also reflects on the role of religion in shaping his values and goals.

To listen to the podcast, please see the page here: https://audioboom.com/posts/6873334-paul-march-russell


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