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Philia investigates the passions, heartaches, relationships, romances, cropped-philia-jpeg-2-e1444183743973.jpgintimacies, fascinations, joys, losses, perversions, hopes, fears, and sorrows behind our scholarly work. Bringing together my love for radio storytelling and Carol Hanisch’s insistence – filtered through the mighty Eileen Joy – that “the personal is political,” this podcast seeks the stuff that never shows up in the index or the bibliography – nay, not even in a footnote! – but still suffuses every word of every page.

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