Authors

  • Patrick Colm Hogan, How Authors’ Minds Make Stories. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013, xxi + 227 pp., £55.00/$90.00, cloth. In How Authors’ Minds Make Stories, Patrick Colm Hogan explains literary creation in terms of cognitive science. Drawing on both […]

    Reviews: Authors’ Minds & Metallica

    Patrick Colm Hogan, How Authors’ Minds Make Stories. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013, xxi + 227 pp., £55.00/$90.00, cloth. In How Authors’ Minds Make Stories, Patrick Colm Hogan explains literary creation in terms of cognitive science. Drawing on both […]

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  • Hans Boersma, Embodiment and Virtue in Gregory of Nyssa: An Anagogical Approach. Oxford Early Christian Studies. Edited by Gillian Clark and Andrew Louth. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, 304 pp., £72.00/$135.oo cloth. Hans Boersma’s interests in sacramental ontology and ancient Christian expressions […]

    Review: Re-Approaching Gregory of Nyssa

    Hans Boersma, Embodiment and Virtue in Gregory of Nyssa: An Anagogical Approach. Oxford Early Christian Studies. Edited by Gillian Clark and Andrew Louth. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, 304 pp., £72.00/$135.oo cloth. Hans Boersma’s interests in sacramental ontology and ancient Christian expressions […]

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  • Everyone has at least one piece of literature they are congenitally afraid of picking up. Be it the fear and trembling of page count, plot synopsis, or personal distaste for protagonists in the whaling industry, we all have literary tomes […]

    The Joy of Being Blindfolded: Or Why You Should Read Thomas Pynchon

    Everyone has at least one piece of literature they are congenitally afraid of picking up. Be it the fear and trembling of page count, plot synopsis, or personal distaste for protagonists in the whaling industry, we all have literary tomes […]

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  • The Revd Dr Robert MacSwain, a St Andrews alum, alerts us to two sessions at this year’s American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature conference in Baltimore, Maryland, November 2013, that are relevant to Transpositions readers: 1) “‘A New Way of Doing Theology': […]

    David Brown & C.S. Lewis at 2013 AAR/SBL Conference

    The Revd Dr Robert MacSwain, a St Andrews alum, alerts us to two sessions at this year’s American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature conference in Baltimore, Maryland, November 2013, that are relevant to Transpositions readers: 1) “‘A New Way of Doing Theology': […]

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  • One of the many nightmarish global crises indexed in the pages of the New York Times this past week was the identification of an almost universally neglected bogeyman: Optimism. According to Roger Scruton, writer and Professional Fellow in Moral Philosophy […]

    A Persistent Pessimism: On Roger Scruton’s “Why Are Pessimists Ignored?”

    One of the many nightmarish global crises indexed in the pages of the New York Times this past week was the identification of an almost universally neglected bogeyman: Optimism. According to Roger Scruton, writer and Professional Fellow in Moral Philosophy […]

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  • Editor’s Note: In this 3-part series, Christopher R. Brewer and Cole Matson consider Ed’s Story, a series of short films.  In Part 1, Brewer introduces the series via David Brown’s Through the Eyes of Saints.  In Part 2, Matson will discuss […]

    Through the Eyes of Ed Dobson: A Contemporary Saint Biopic

    Editor’s Note: In this 3-part series, Christopher R. Brewer and Cole Matson consider Ed’s Story, a series of short films.  In Part 1, Brewer introduces the series via David Brown’s Through the Eyes of Saints.  In Part 2, Matson will discuss […]

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  • Editor’s Note: Transpositions is currently featuring a 5–part series on Daniel A. Siedell by Christopher R. Brewer. Part 1 – A Response to Siedell’s “Art and Culture, or Politics by Other Mean–Evangelical Style” was published 24 September. Here, in Part 2, […]

    A Response to Siedell’s “Art and Explanation”

    Editor’s Note: Transpositions is currently featuring a 5–part series on Daniel A. Siedell by Christopher R. Brewer. Part 1 – A Response to Siedell’s “Art and Culture, or Politics by Other Mean–Evangelical Style” was published 24 September. Here, in Part 2, […]

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