The next Artist Interview Project installment features Kevin Roper, keyboardist for Pardon Me, Doug. The first part of this post includes a student’s reflective summary. It is followed by the full interview text. Learn more about the Artist Interview […]
Thanks to the generous support of Oregon State University’s School of History, Philosophy, & Religion, the Philosophy School of Phish was a proud sponsor of PhanArt Presents: Skyscraper is Grand. […]
Are you curious about the Philosophy School of Phish course? Do you want to learn more about Phish and Philosophy? If so, join the Philosophy School of Phish alumni attending this […]
Charlie Dirksen interviewed Dr. Jenkins and students about the Philosophy School of Phish class. Check out the conversation at Phish.net!
Dr. Jeanette Bicknell, author of Why Music Moves Us, joined the Philosophy School of Phish for a Google Hangouts discussion. Students generated the questions in response to Dr. Bicknell’s book. […]
Drabinski, “The Everyday Miracle of the Occasional Community” What virtues does Drabinski find in the Dead community? How is the Deadhead scene a space of hope opposed to […]
Bicknell, Why Music Moves Us, Chapters 5 & 6 What are the reductive strategies, as Bicknell terms them, that are used to explain strong emotional responses to music? Why does […]
Join Phish.net, Dr. Ellis Godard, and the Philosophy School of Phish this Wednesday (7/30) for a discussion about Phish, Philosophy, and community. Thank you to Phish.net and Dr. Godard for […]