Interview at UFM, Guatemala

May 23, 2010 • 5:12 pm

Last October, during a visit to the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala City, I did a videotaping with university folks as part of the program.  I’ve just been told that this is online.  Sadly, I can’t remember the name of the nice guy who interviewed me, but I’m sure someone will remind me.

If I look tired, it’s because I was—two talks, a discussion lunch, a television program, and this interview, as well as many meetings, all in two days.  But, as the link above attests, it was a swell visit.

7 thoughts on “Interview at UFM, Guatemala

  1. Estaba Ud. cansado en la conversación, Profesor Coyne? Pobrecito.

    No problema. Eres muy, muy inteligente.

    Gracias por esta video.

  2. We are not special? What a militant shrill is that?!

    OK. That was kidding. Excellent interview and clear fresh answers for boilerplate questions.

  3. I am curious to know your rationale for going to F. Marroquin university. i mean taking unto account who the bishop was and the current philosophical position of the university, which among many oscure and confusing statements of purpose and else, found in theuir website,strongly endorses for example, neoliberal capitalism among ala best american GOP.

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