Folk Phenomenology, ep. 7: “Translation with Catherine Addington”

I was honored to be interviewed by Sam Rocha for his podcast Folk Phenomenology, where we discussed translation, sanctity, Spanglishes, and (controversy alert) why Don Quixote is funnier in English. Take a listen here, and check out my supplementary thread of reading recommendations here.

Inter Sessions Podcast | Ep. 3: Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart, Rafael Arnáiz Barón, Augustine

It was my honor to be featured on this episode of Inter Sessions, a new podcast from the Grexly network about how the saints work in our lives. I shared my experience of spending quarantine with St. Rafael Arnáiz Barón, who didn’t just provide me with my dissertation topic, but the spiritual companionship I neededContinue reading “Inter Sessions Podcast | Ep. 3: Teresa Margaret of the Sacred Heart, Rafael Arnáiz Barón, Augustine”

Episode 26: Sportsball feat. Catherine Addington & Sergio Bermudez

In the second part of our conversation with Weyward Podcast, we get into the ethics of sports “solidarity” in dictatorship conditions, why everybody lost their mind when Messi got tattoos, and more. Special feature: I go on a tangent about how marginalized people love the Eucharist that is basically an ad placement for Eve Tushnet atContinue reading “Episode 26: Sportsball feat. Catherine Addington & Sergio Bermudez”

Episode 25: Mano de D10s feat. Catherine Addington & Sergio Bermudez

Thanks to Weyward Podcast for having my friend Sergio and me on to talk lucha libre, fútbol, & more! Highlights include Sergio on sexy grandpa wrestlers and me on soccer players as stand-ins for various Argentine national complexes. And everyone on the economic nonsense behind the fiction of player loyalty. (This is the Catholic leftistContinue reading “Episode 25: Mano de D10s feat. Catherine Addington & Sergio Bermudez”