Our current episode is an interview with Seamus Deane on the literary critic Georg Lukács. What signs did this Marxist philosopher find in contemporary literature that European society in the 20th century was in a state of deep decay? Cornered by fascism and Stalinism, Lukács embarked on an intellectual journey that was uneven, dangerous and fascinating.
Discover all our previous episodes here.
Joe Cleary of Yale University on the World Literary System and postcolonial criticism.
Jordan Peterson, the intellectual dark web, science fetishism and anti-feminism: Tina-Karen explains all.
A history of radar, and how to think about it, with Bernard Dionysius Geoghegan.
Angela Nagle, author of Kill All Normies, about internet subcultures and the disruptions of online politics
The podcast is on a break for May-June 2019. We’ll be back in the summer.
The Field Day Podcast is produced by Cormac Deane and usually presented by Feargus Denman.