Rod Dreher

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Posts in category “A Sense of Place”

Boston, City of Oysters, City of Magic

If I forget thee, oh Duxbury…

Posted April 24th, 2015

Boston & Books

Look what I’m bringing home from Boston. The two books on either …

Posted April 23rd, 2015

Walker Percy on Your Chest

The official t-shirt is almost here

Posted April 22nd, 2015

Louisiana Cultural Geography

The imagination of place in the Bayou State

Posted March 14th, 2015

Day in New Orleans

And somehow, I live to tell the tale

Posted March 14th, 2015

At Home in Dallas

A short visit reminds me how great this city’s people are

Posted March 3rd, 2015

Walker Percy Weekend 2015 Is Coming

Tickets on sale now for this year’s big event. Will you be there?

Posted March 2nd, 2015

The Pride of Nebraska

Cornhusker football unites the state’s people and gives them an identity

Posted February 25th, 2015

‘Does NPR Sound Too White?’

NPR asks itself a very NPR question

Posted January 31st, 2015

How Texas Baptists Got That Way

Sociologist Robert Wuthnow’s new book about the Lone Star State’s frontier religion

Posted January 2nd, 2015

What I’m Grateful for this Advent

My Orthodox mission church in Louisiana, and the Benedictine monastery in Norcia

Posted December 18th, 2014

Affluent Yankees Demand Cuba Classic

The ‘Times Square was better with pornos and druggies’ crowd whines about the opening of Cuba

Posted December 18th, 2014

A Radical + Traditionalist Bromance

Why the socialist Russell Arben Fox admires the traditionalist Caleb Stegall

Posted December 12th, 2014

The Promise & the Peril of Home

A conversation with James K.A. Smith about Dante, the Little Way, and going home

Posted November 7th, 2014

Happy Jack

Saying goodbye to a friend in the Orthodox way

Posted November 4th, 2014

The Length of Our Days

It’s half past three in the morning, and I have just returned …

Posted November 4th, 2014

Norcia

In St. Benedict’s hometown, high in the hills of Umbria

Posted October 8th, 2014