Ethics and Culture Cast Archive (Episodes 1–50)

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Ethics and Culture Cast


The first 50 episodes (2017–2020) of Ethics and Culture Cast feature lively conversations with professors, fellows, scholars, and friends of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. View more recent episodes on our main podcast page.


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Episode 50: "PRAY: The Life of Patrick Peyton" with Fr. David Guffey, C.S.C. (10/08/20)

Episode 49: "Why the Church?" with Daniel Philpott and Jessica Keating (09/30/20)

Episode 48: Fr. John Paul Kimes, NDLS Professor of the Practice and the dCEC's Raymond of Peñafort Fellow in Canon Law (09/03/20)

Episode 47: Zena Hitz, Author of Lost in Thought (08/20/20)

Episode 46: George Weigel, Author of The Next Pope (08/06/20)

Episode 45: Anja Renkes ND '20, Sorin Fellow (05/14/20)

Episode 44: Fr. Terry Ehrman, C.S.C., Theologian and Chaplain to the de Nicola Center (01/16/20)

Episode 43: Steve Barr, Theoretical Particle Physicist and President of the Society of Catholic Scientists (12/12/19)

Episode 42: Therese Cory, Philosopher and member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas (12/05/19)

Episode 41: Dr. Mark Komrad, MD, Psychiatrist and Medical Ethicist (11/20/19)

Episode 40: James Matthew Wilson, Poet and Professor (11/15/19)

Episode 39: Digital Friends – Sr. Theresa Aletheia Noble FSP, Fr. Anthony Sciarappa, and Fr. Harrison Ayre (11/13/19)

Episode 38: J. J. Wright, Director of the Notre Dame Folk Choir (10/31/19)

Episode 37: Dale Ahlquist, Author of "Common Sense 101" and President, Society of Gilbert Keith Chesterton (10/17/19)

Episode 36: Arthur Brooks, Author of "Love Your Enemies" (10/03/19)

Episode 35: Ernest Morrell, Director of the Center for Literacy Education (09/12/19)

Episode 34: Jenny Martin, Program of Liberal Studies and Department of Theology (08/30/19)

Episode 33: Margaret Cabaniss, dCEC Scholarly Research and Publications Manager (06/27/19)

Episode 32: dCEC Dedication Mass with His Eminence, Timothy Cardinal Dolan (05/03/19)

Episode 31: Gabriel Reynolds, Professor of Theology (04/25/19)

Episode 30: Holy Land Pilgrims (Our student Sorin Fellows visit Israel) (04/18/19)

Episode 29: Obianuju Ekeocha (President and Founder of Culture of Life Africa) (04/11/19)

Episode 28: Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon (Filmmakers of Unplanned) (04/04/19)

Episode 27: Abby Johnson, Pro-Life Activist (03/28/19)

Episode 26: Fr. Wilson (Bill) Miscamble, C.S.C., Historian (03/14/19)

Episode 25: Duncan G. Stroik, Architect (02/28/19)

Episode 24: Elizabeth Lev, Art Historian (02/07/19)

Episode 23: Francis J. Beckwith, Philosopher (01/24/19)

Episode 22: Matthew Mehan, Author of Mr. Mehan's Mildly Amusing Mythical Mammals (09/20/18)

Episode 21: Pete Hlabse, Student Program Manager (09/13/18)

Episode 20: James Hankins, Visiting Scholar (05/17/18)

Episode 19: Rémi Brague, Philosopher (interviewed by Patrick Deneen) (05/10/18)

Episode 18: Rev. William R. Dailey, C.S.C., Director, Notre Dame-Newman Centre for Faith and Reason (05/03/18)

Episode 17: Katherine Smith, Sorin Fellow (04/16/18)

Episode 16: Richard M. Doerflinger, Center Fellow (04/12/18)

Episode 15: D. C. Schindler, Author of Freedom From Reality (04/05/18)

Episode 14: Mary Eberstadt, Author (03/22/18)

Episode 13: Mary O'Callaghan, Center Fellow (03/15/18)

Episode 12: Gilbert Meilaender, Author of Not By Nature But By Grace (03/08/18)

Episode 11: Patrick J. Deneen, Acting Center Director and Author of Why Liberalism Failed (02/22/18)

Episode 10: George Weigel, Author (02/08/18)

Episode 9: Randall B. Smith, Author of Reading the Sermons of Thomas Aquinas (01/25/18)

Episode 8: Nicole Stelle Garnett, Professor of Law (01/18/18)

Episode 7: Ross Douthat, Columnist and Author (12/14/17)

Episode 6: John O'Callaghan, Philosopher (11/30/17)

Episode 5: Alyson Cox, Law & Public Policy Fellow (11/16/17)

Episode 4: David Solomon, Professor Emeritus and Founding Director of the Center (11/09/17)

Episode 3: Brad Gregory, Historian and Author (10/26/17)

Episode 2: Sean Kelsey, Philosopher (10/12/17)

Episode 1: O. Carter Snead, Center Director (9/28/17)