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  • Editor’s Note: In this second response to Michael Ward’s post, “The Next C.S. Lewis? A Note on Austin Farrer,” Professor Ann Loades gives a contrasting perspective. Whilst delighted that some attention is being given to one of the finest Anglophone philosopher-theologians of […]

    Austin Farrer: A Very Different ‘Kettle of Fish’

    Editor’s Note: In this second response to Michael Ward’s post, “The Next C.S. Lewis? A Note on Austin Farrer,” Professor Ann Loades gives a contrasting perspective. Whilst delighted that some attention is being given to one of the finest Anglophone philosopher-theologians of […]

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  • Editor’s Note: In this post, Robert MacSwain responds to fellow St Andrews alum Michael Ward’s 14 February 2014 post: “The Next C.S. Lewis? A Note on Austin Farrer.” MacSwain and Ward co-edited The Cambridge Companion to C. S. Lewis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, […]

    The Imaginative Legacy of Austin Farrer

    Editor’s Note: In this post, Robert MacSwain responds to fellow St Andrews alum Michael Ward’s 14 February 2014 post: “The Next C.S. Lewis? A Note on Austin Farrer.” MacSwain and Ward co-edited The Cambridge Companion to C. S. Lewis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, […]

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  • Terry Smith, What is Contemporary Art? Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2009, xiv + 329 pp., £17.50/$25.00, paper. Terry Smith begins: “No idea about contemporary art is more pervasive than the idea that one can–even should–have no idea about it.”[p. […]

    Review: What is Contemporary Art?

    Terry Smith, What is Contemporary Art? Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2009, xiv + 329 pp., £17.50/$25.00, paper. Terry Smith begins: “No idea about contemporary art is more pervasive than the idea that one can–even should–have no idea about it.”[p. […]

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  • It was sometimes said after C.S. Lewis’s death that his apologist’s mantle had fallen on the shoulders of Austin Farrer.[1] The two men knew each other well,[2] and Lewis’s respect for Farrer’s work[3] was warmly reciprocated.[4] This post aims to give […]

    The Next C.S. Lewis? A Note on Austin Farrer

    It was sometimes said after C.S. Lewis’s death that his apologist’s mantle had fallen on the shoulders of Austin Farrer.[1] The two men knew each other well,[2] and Lewis’s respect for Farrer’s work[3] was warmly reciprocated.[4] This post aims to give […]

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  • Editor’s Note: In this 2-part series, Jesse Nickel considers violence in the films of the Coen Brothers. The first part will posted on Monday 10 February. In the previous post, I discussed the characteristics of the violence of the Coen […]

    Violence in Film: The Coen Brothers, Part 2

    Editor’s Note: In this 2-part series, Jesse Nickel considers violence in the films of the Coen Brothers. The first part will posted on Monday 10 February. In the previous post, I discussed the characteristics of the violence of the Coen […]

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  • Editor’s Note: In this 2-part series, Jesse Nickel considers violence in the films of the Coen Brothers. The second part will post on Tuesday 11 February. Over the course of the past three decades, filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen have […]

    Violence in Film: The Coen Brothers, Part 1

    Editor’s Note: In this 2-part series, Jesse Nickel considers violence in the films of the Coen Brothers. The second part will post on Tuesday 11 February. Over the course of the past three decades, filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen have […]

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  • The Dorothy L. Sayers Society is delighted to announce it is offering an Award to celebrate the 100th birthday of Barbara Reynolds, President of the Dorothy L. Sayers Society and good friend of Dorothy herself. We are inviting the submission […]

    Dorothy L. Sayers Society: Barbara Reynolds Award

    The Dorothy L. Sayers Society is delighted to announce it is offering an Award to celebrate the 100th birthday of Barbara Reynolds, President of the Dorothy L. Sayers Society and good friend of Dorothy herself. We are inviting the submission […]

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