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Symposium on Literature and Religion (with guests from the Department of English, University of Toronto)

Date: 30 May 2013 Time: 9.30-11.30 am

Venue: County Main Meeting Room 2

The Department of English and Creative Writing is delighted to welcome Dr Mark Knight, Deni Kasa and Norah Franklin to Lancaster as part of our ongoing programme of exchange and collaboration with the Department of English at the University of Toronto. Their three-day visit will culminate with a symposium on the theme of literature and religion on Thursday 30th May.

9.30am-11.30am, County Main Meeting Room 2, Department of English and Creative Writing

Norah Franklin (Toronto): 'Logos' and 'Lowghost': Religious Language in Jack Spicer's 'A Textbook of Poetry'.

Deni Kasa (Toronto): Secular Conceptions of Sovereignty in Milton's Paradise Regained

Suzanne Gannon (Lancaster): Dyadic Disruptions: A Contributing Factor in Disaffiliation from High-Demand Religious Movements

All welcome.

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Who can attend: Internal

 

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