Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn hosted a virtual talk with Grafton and Roisin Kiberd, author of The Disconnect, on November 10th, 2021. Watch it here!
Grafton was a guest on NPR’s Throughline podcast, where he discussed the history of nostalgia and his own nostalgic feelings over the course of his life. Listen to “The Nostalgia Bone” here.
Grafton’s latest book, The Hours Have Lost Their Clock: The Politics of Nostalgia, is out now! Purchase it from Repeater Books’ website or from your favorite independent bookstore.
Grafton spoke with the Digital Void podcast about his book, The Hours Have Lost Their Clock: The Politics of Nostalgia, and shared how we can be more mindful of this often-weaponized emotion. Take a listen here.
Join Grafton Tanner and Jenny Odell for a virtual discussion on how nostalgia shapes our politics in an era knocked out of time, celebrating the launch of The Hours Have Lost Their Clock. The conversation starts at 7:30pm ET on October 13. Hosted by Community Bookstore – register here.
Grafton was a guest on Hermitix Podcast, discussing his forthcoming book The Hours Have Lost Their Clock: The Politics of Nostalgia, alongside discussions of exit, agency, the cabin myth, and more. Listen here.
Grafton was the guest on a bonus episode of Here’s The Thing, Tho. Check out his discussion with hosts Soaliha and Mitch on nostalgia, colonialism, and power.
The YouTube channel, Epoch Philosophy, now has a podcast, and Grafton was the inaugural guest. Check out their discussion on the politics of nostalgia here.