Matt Wickman

Matthew Wickman, Professor of English

Therapeutic Criticism
Interview of Amanda Anderson, Thinking Aloud, KBYU Radio, October 6, 2017

The Puzzle of the Empty Tomb, or, What It Means to Be a Scholar of Faith
Presentation, Humanities & Belief, BYU Education Week, August 2017

The Supernatural: Myth or New Media?
Article, Humanities magazine, Spring 2017

The Relevance and Challenges of Diversity
Moderator of and contributor, Humanities magazine, Spring 2017

Getting It: Art and Attunement
Interview of Rita Felski, Thinking Aloud, KBYU Radio, March 29, 2017

Robert Burns
Lecture, Damascus Lodge of Freemasons, January 2017

After Suspicion
Article, Humanities magazine, Fall 2016

Literature and the Theory of Spiritual Experience
Presentation, Lifelong Reading, BYU Education Week, August 2016

The Work of Art
Article, Humanities magazine, Spring 2016

The Visual Commons: #BlackLivesMatter
Interview of Nicholas Mirzoeff, Thinking Aloud, KBYU Radio, April 14, 2016

Artistic Forms & The Structures of Society: How They Relate
Interview of Caroline Levine, Thinking Aloud, KBYU Radio, November 13, 2015

Tambora—The 1815 Volcanic Eruption That Changed the World
Interview of Gillen D’Arcy Wood, Thinking Aloud, KBYU Radio, October 28, 2015

The Era of Estrangement
Article, Humanities magazine, Spring 2015

How Powerful Computers Give Us New Insights on Literary History
Interview of Ted Underwood, Thinking Aloud, KBYU Radio, May 7, 2015

Hard Choices Facing Humanities & Possible Solutions
Interview of Eric Hayot, Thinking Aloud, KBYU Radio, March 4, 2015

Toast to the Lassies
Lecture, Robert Burns Supper, Utah Scottish Association, Brigham Young University, February 7, 2015

Devotional Poetry & the Work of Being Alive in the World
Interview of Kim Johnson & Oren Izenberg, Thinking Aloud, KBYU Radio, January 5, 2015

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