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This edition: Poetry, a Docent, and Rock n' Roll: Art @ CUNY

Episode Details

Original tape date: October 19, 2017.

First aired: October 19, 2017.

On this month’s episode: Tyehimba Jess won the Pulitzer Prize for his book Olio and teaches English at the College of Staten Island; Miryam Wasserman retired from being a City Tech professor and became a docent at the Morgan Library & Museum; David Grubbs is a long-standing experimental rock musician and is currently a professor of music at Brooklyn College; Concetta Tomaino teaches music therapy at Lehman College; and Dennis Elsas has been preaching the gospel of rock n’ roll on both terrestrial and satellite radio ever since he graduated from Queens College.

Guest List

Mary Hogan Camp Docent Supervisor, Morgan Library & Museum

Dennis Elsas On Air Personality, WFUV / SiriusXM

David Grubbs Professor of Music, Brooklyn College/CUNY

Tyehimba Jess Author; Professor of English, College of Staten Island/CUNY

Dr. Concetta M. Tomaino Adjunct Professor, Music Therapy, Department of Music, Lehman College/CUNY

Miryam Wasserman Docent, Morgan Library & Museum

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