Jonathan Tran speaks with church leaders about American antiracism and how Christian communities negotiate faithfulness amidst racial capitalism. https://www.spreaker.com/user/crackersandgrapejuice/episode-391-jonathan-tran-asian-american
Jonathan Tran appears on NPR to discuss what recent polls about Christian belief and doctrine reveal and do not reveal about American Christianity. https://www.nprillinois.org/2022-12-12/what-do-american-christians-believe-about-their-religion
Jonathan TranDecember 12, 2022
Jonathan Tran's (dismantling) theology: A conversation on racism, politics, and theology https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jonathan-trans-dismantling-theology/id1507595726?i=1000570264278
Jonathan TranJuly 18, 2022
With Dr. Chad Kim of A History of Christian Theology podcast, I discussed the theological and metaphysical premises of my account of “Deep Economy” as a Christian challenge to racial capitalism.
Jonathan TranApril 6, 2022
An wide-ranging interview with Jonathan Tran, focusing especially on race, but also touching on Vietnam, Michel Foucault, Stanley Cavell, and more. TRANSCRIPT FOR EPISODE 45 Ryan: My guest today is Jonathan Tran, Associate Professor of Philosophical Theology and George W. Baines Chair of Religion at…
Jonathan TranDecember 1, 2021
In this podcast featuring Baylor faculty, Jonathan Tran shares his family’s story, unpacks scholarship in ethics, religion, language and more and examines lessons from his new book Asian Americans and the Spirit of Racial Capitalism. Transcript DEREK SMITH:Hello, and welcome to Baylor Connections, conversation series with…
Jonathan TranOctober 29, 2021
Through the fantastic Faith Angle podcast, I join journalist Tina Nguyen to talk about the book in relationship to our Vietnamese American experiences, including the very interesting phenomenon of Vietnamese American Trumpism. Click here to listen in to the conversation.
Jonathan TranOctober 19, 2021