Critical Inquiry presents WB202: The Critical Inquiry Podcast!
Critical Inquiry is devoted to the best critical thought in the arts and humanities. WB202 expands the mission of the journal with a new platform for emerging and established scholars, critics, and artists to discuss the critical concerns of the past, present, and future.
Check out past and current episodes of the podcast at:
Episode 1: The Birth of CI
Editor W. J. T. Mitchell describes the origins of the journal.
Episode 2: Defining the Digital
Executive Editor Patrick Jagoda interviews Alexander Galloway.
Episode 3: Experiments in Critical Practice
Coeditor Lauren Berlant talks to participants of "The Soup Is On."
Episode 4: Saidiya Hartman
An Interview with Adrienne Brown and Adom Getachew.
Episode 5: Dipesh Chakrabarty
Looking Back to “The Climate of History: Four Theses.”
Episode 6: Arnold I. Davidson
Part 1 of an interview Richard Neer.
Episode 7: Arnold I. Davidson
Part 2 of an interview Richard Neer.
Episode 8: Catherine Malabou
On life and her work.
Episode 9: Bruno Latour and Dipesh Chakrabarty
On climate change.
Episode 10: All That Heaven Allows
Robert Pippin and Tom Gunning discuss Douglass Sirk.
Episode 11: Tales of the 1940s
A Conversation between Werner Sollors and Françoise Meltzer.
Episode 12: CI since 1978
A Conversation with Homi Bhabha, Frances Ferguson, Elizabeth Abel, Lauren Berlant, Slavoj Žižek, and Hillary Chute.
Episode 13: Video Games
A Discussion with Patrick Jagoda, Soraya Murray, and Noah Wardrip-Fruin.