Vincent Miller

Vincent Miller holds the Gudorf chair in Catholic Theology and culture at the University of Dayton. Previously an assistant professor of theology at Georgetown University, his work has been published in Horizons, U. S. Catholic Historian, and Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium. He completed his graduate work at the University of Notre Dame and his undergraduate work at St. Francis College.


Volume 69

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Guests on Volume 69: John McWhorter, author of Doing Our Own Thing: The Degradation of Language and Music and Why We Should, Like, Care, on the death of formal speech; Douglas Koopman, on the mis-steps and misunderstandings that hampered the Bush administration's implementation of Faith-Based Initiatives; Daniel Ritchie, on the survival of “Great Books” programs at religious colleges; Vincent Miller, on how the commodification of everything affects our sense of religious faith and practice (and on how we can resist); and Barrett Fisher, on the sources of humor in the two versions of The Ladykillers, and on the history of very serious thinking about what makes something funny.