For the September edition of the spiked review of books podcast, we talked to Angus Kennedy, the author of Being Cultured: In Defence of Discrimination. Combining a stinging attack on instrumentalism in the arts with a stirring defence of cultural excellence, Kennedy challenges us to rethink our idea of what culture is, and how it is formed. Listen below:
Being Cultured: In Defence of Discrimination, by Angus Kennedy is published by Imprint Academic. (Buy this book from Amazon(UK).)
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