Oct 5, 2018
Pat Flynn interviews Professor Michael Rectenwald of New York University, who has recently been making headlines for speaking out against the radical, postmodernist views infesting academia--views that he himself once held(!)--and the subsequent attacks he's faced, both personal and professional, for doing so.
This interview should be interesting for anybody who's ever wondered about the history of postmodern philosophy--how it started, and how it eventually evolved into many of the radical and intolerant ideas that academia, and our world, are confronted with today.
Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D., is a professor of Liberal Studies at New York University, where he teaches writing and cultural history. He received a B.A. in English from the University of Pittsburgh, an M.A. from Case Western Reserve University of Pittsburgh, an M.A. from Case Western Reserve University, and a Ph.D. in Literary and Cultural Studies from Carnegie Mellon University. At age twenty, Michael was an apprentice poet to Allen Ginsberg at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, at Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado.
Springtime for Snowflakes
I highly recommend reading Professor Rectenwald's new book, Sprintime for Snowflakes: https://amzn.to/2RiBLwW