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Office Hours with Matthew Godbey and Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby

Office Hours triumphantly returns! In this thrilling installment, we talk with Matthew Godbey from English and Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby from MCL. Talking points include the secret origins and evolution of the vampire, the cultural renaissance of the zombie narrative, and a bit about local events concerning the Winchester mural.

Office Hours is a joint production of 88.1 WRFL and The College of Arts & Sciences, which airs live on WRFL every Wednesday from 2-3 PM. This podcast was produced by David Cole.

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Literary Encounters with Vampires: Michael Carter

Since long before the most recent glitzy boom, vampires have been haunting our imaginations and our literature. In a new course being offered this fall, English 130: Literary Encounters - Vampiresthe English department's Michael Carter will introduce students to the storied mythology of vampires whose written history dates back to over a century before Bram Stoker's iconic Dracula.
 
In this podcast, Carter discusses the origins of what we call vampires today; what students can expect in the class through its examination of literature, film, and television; and some of the reasons why Vampires have achieved such eternal cultural relevance including unlikely connections to economics. 

 

This podcast was produced by Patrick O'Dowd.

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