Duncan Crary


Duncan Crary is the director of communications for the Institute for Humanist Studies. He is a former newspaper reporter, magazine editor and publisher. He has recorded face-to-face podcast interviews with Sir Salman Rushdie, E.O. Wilson, Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, Alan Dershowitz, Holly Near and Julia Sweeney. Crary says The Geography of Nowhere, by James Howard Kunstler, gave him a vocabulary to voice his growing disgust with the suburban project. It also helped him laugh.

MediaKunstlerCast: Victorian Stroll
KunstlerCast: Private Property
Kunstlercast: Hunting
KunstlerCast: Water Transit
KunstlerCast: Impotent Politics
KunstlerCast: On Hope and Despair
KunstlerCast: The Great Bailout 2008
KunstlerCast: The future of air travel
KunstlerCast: Twilight of the Mall Era, Part II
KunstlerCast: Twilight of the Mall Era - Part 1.
KunstlerCast: Anti-Urban Bias
KunstlerCast: From Hippies to Yuppies
KunstlerCast: Frederick Law Olmstead and the American Park
KunstlerCast: One City Block (Part 2)
KunstlerCast: One City Block (Part 1)
KunstlerCast: Personal Transit & Green Buildings
KunstlerCast: Handicap Access
KunstlerCast: Convenience
KunstlerCast: Pavement
KunstlerCast: San Francisco
KunstlerCast: Fate of Flagstaff & Hydrogen Cars
KunstlerCast: Peak Oil New Zealand
KunstlerCast: Reactivating Small Cities
KunstlerCast: Gentrification
KunstlerCast: Children of the Burbs
KunstlerCast #9: Urban Planning
KunstlerCast #8: The Glossary of Nowhere
KunstlerCast #6: Zoning
KunstlerCast #5: Starchitects
KunstlerCast #4: Parking Garages
KunstlerCast #3: World Made By Hand
KunstlerCast #2: Small Cities and Towns
James Howard Kunstler on the human habitat