In his Mises Daily article today, Matt McCaffrey mentions Paul Cantor’s 10-lecture series on Commerce and Culture. The full series can be found here. (The links at the Commerce and Culture page look like they’re broken, but they’re not.) I’ve run two Mises Daily articles in the past week (here and here) about literary criticism from a free-market perspective, and Cantor’s lecture series really lays out the whole foundation for this sort of analysis. I might also note, by the way, that Paul Cantor wrote the foreword to my little book on the Western genre in film, now available in a variety of digital formats as well as paperback. I just thought I’d throw that in there.