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Is There Such a Thing as a Catholic Imagination?
|Event Start Date||Wednesday, March 21, 2012|
Salomon Hall in Maher Hall
|Event Start Time||12:15 pm - 1:45 pm|
This lecture is part of the Explorations in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition lecture series. These are intended to be at an accessible and introductory level and designed for students, staff, faculty and guests who are not experts in the field. Classes are always most welcome.
Professor Kiely will discuss some of what he has learned teaching courses on Christian literature at Harvard. He will be exploring some of the ways in which the work of the imagination — especially in literature — addresses scripture and theology, and bears witness to the experience of God.
|Contact||Justine Gonzales | firstname.lastname@example.org | (619) 260-7936|