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Four Professors featured on "How to Read" podcast

Conversational and academic are not words that often go together, something that the Penn Arts and Sciences faculty who have participated in a new podcast series are more than happy to dispel.

In a recent episode that covers Thomas More’s Utopia, for example, Bethany laughs and points out to Milan that “one person’s utopia is another person’s hell.”

That’s Bethany Wiggin, Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures. She’s literally writing the book (or, at least, a book) on utopia, a literary and historical concept that has interested her since her undergraduate days. Though she’s an academic, her talk with Milan Terlunen, the host of the new podcast series “How to Read,” is casual, conversational, and inviting.

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