Fordham Conversations
Tapping into the Fordham University community to discuss and uncover issues that impact our world locally and beyond.
We look at the world of New York's longshoremen, and the classic movie it inspired, with Fordham Theologian and author James Fisher--his forthcoming book is "The Irish Waterfront and the Soul of the Port", from Cornell University press.
Direct download: focon062808.mp3
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We visit the murals of Philadelphia with theologian Maureen O'Connell, and Lincoln monuments around the country with James Percoco--his book, "Summers with Lincoln", is out from Fordham University Press.
Direct download: focon062108.mp3
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Sure, you can bring home the bacon, and fry it up in a pan, but if you have to do it through shiftwork will it mess up your kids? We talk with sociologist Chris Morett about work-life balance and how nontraditional work schedules affect children.
Direct download: focon061408.mp3
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Pollinators Good, Pollen Bad—2 of 2. This week on Fordham Conversations, we’ll talk about what the pollen count actually means and what seasonal allergies do to us…and we’ll get out onto one of New York’s more surprising natural areas—the Bronx River.
Direct download: focon060708.mp3
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