Sunday Aug 21, 2022
S3E2: Dr. David Dault
In this episode of the Jane Q. Public podQast, Q talks with her friend and colleague Dr. David Dault about his Catholic faith; the limitations inherent in institutions; and the impact of technology on our public discourse and deliberative democracy.
Find Dr. Dault online at:
- Personal website (daviddault.com)
- Twitter (@DaultRadio)
- Things Not Seen website (thingsnotseenradio.com)
- Twitter (@NotSeenRadio)
David Dault is a writer, media professional, and educator.
He is the host and executive producer of Things Not Seen: Conversations About Culture and Faith, an award-winning radio show and podcast. David began the show in Memphis in 2012, and it now airs weekly on WCPT in Chicago. It is distributed nationally through the Public Radio Exchange (PRX), and has listeners around the nation and the world.
Along with Father Daniel P. Horan, OFM, and National Catholic Reporter executive editor Heidi Schlumpf, David is the co-host of The Francis Effect, a popular podcast that features commentary on news and events from a Catholic viewpoint.
He is the co-founder of Sandburg Media, a consulting and production company that works with clients across the nation to develop and produce content for radio, streaming, and television. His work has won awards from the Religion News Association and the Religion Communicators Council, and in 2015 he received an Emmy nomination for the television documentary Selma at 50: Still Marching.
David teaches in the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University of Chicago, where he is currently an assistant professor of Christian spirituality. His previous faculty appointments were at Christian Brothers University in Memphis, where he also served as vice president of the faculty assembly and as the school’s special liaison to the Catholic Diocese of Memphis, and at American Baptist College in Nashville, where he served as chair of the department of theology and biblical studies.
In 2020 he was elected President of the Society for Comparative Research in Iconic and Performative Texts (SCRIPT), an international scholarly association affiliated with the American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature.
David received his Ph.D. in religion from Vanderbilt University, and he holds an M.A in religion from Vanderbilt, as well as an M.A. in theological studies from Columbia Theological Seminary.
He lives with his family in Hyde Park, a neighborhood on the south side of Chicago.
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