On October 5th, 2022, Dr. Dustin J. Byrd, founder and Editor-in-Chief of Ekpyrosis Press, sat down with the Critical Theorist, Dr. Rudolf J. Siebert, to discuss Siebert’s latest book, Hegel and the Critical Theory of Religion. Their discourse, entitled “The Relevance of Hegel Today,” can be found on Ekpyrosis Press’ YouTube channel.
“Islam and Postmodernism: Iqbal as a Turning Point,” by Amjad Hussain
In this discussion, Prof. Amjad Hussain of the National University of Modern Languages in Peshawar, Pakistan, discusses his new book, Islam and Postmodernism: Iqbal as a Turning Point, with the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Ekpyrosis Press, Dr. Dustin J. Byrd. Among the topics discussed, are Critical Theory, Islam and Western philosophical thought, issues of Pakistan, and much more.
“Between Cultural Memory and Post-Colonialism,” a book talk with author, Dr. Sachin Namdeo Gadekar
In this video, Dr. Sachin Namdeo Gadekar has a conversation about his new book, “Between Cultural Memory and Post-Colonialism: A Study of African and South Asian Novels,” with Ekpyrosis Press’ Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Dustin J. Byrd, Ph.D. Copies of the book can be found on Amazon.
The Glorious Departure of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, a book talk with the author: Dr. Anthony Squiers
On July 6th, 2022, Dr. Anthony Squiers discussed his new book, The Glorious Departure of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams: Eulogies and Remembrances from America’s Great Orators, published by Ekpyrosis Press. This event took place at the Dowagiac Area History Museum, in Dowagiac, Michigan. Dr. Squiers presentation was followed up by a meet-and-greet with the author, who signed copies of his book. Copies of the book are available on Amazon.
“Hegel and the Critical Theory of Religion,” a book talk with the author, Rudolf J. Siebert
In this video, Ekpyrosis Press’ founder and Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Dustin J. Byrd, sits downs with Rudolf J. Siebert to discuss his latest book, “Hegel and the Critical Theory of Religion.” This book contains essays from the 1970s to 2021, exploring the influence of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel’s influence on Marxism, theology, the Frankfurt School, and the Critical Theory of Religion.