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  • At my fidgety age I am less and less inclined towards spontaneity. I admit my guilt, though it may not be my fault. Ventures out into “culture land” can be dangerous to your health. But my wife Kazumi is persistent, planning all […]

    Summer Garden: Alfonse Borysewicz, Artist in Residence

    At my fidgety age I am less and less inclined towards spontaneity. I admit my guilt, though it may not be my fault. Ventures out into “culture land” can be dangerous to your health. But my wife Kazumi is persistent, planning all […]

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  • Greetings from St Andrews! We trust you’ve had a lovely summer. It’s been lovely here, one of the warmest summers ever recorded in Scotland. I spent much of the summer with my boys, hiking the Fife Coastal Trail and building sand […]

    Transpositions: Signposts, Fall 2014

    Greetings from St Andrews! We trust you’ve had a lovely summer. It’s been lovely here, one of the warmest summers ever recorded in Scotland. I spent much of the summer with my boys, hiking the Fife Coastal Trail and building sand […]

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  • Summer is a busy time, and so, as is our custom, we’ll be taking a break from our regular posting schedule (in the hopes of getting outside to catch a glimpse of the fleeting Scottish sun!). Looking back, we’ve had […]

    Transpositions: 2014, a Mid-Year Review

    Summer is a busy time, and so, as is our custom, we’ll be taking a break from our regular posting schedule (in the hopes of getting outside to catch a glimpse of the fleeting Scottish sun!). Looking back, we’ve had […]

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  • This is my last post for Transpositions. I would like to thank my colleagues for their support and encouragement over the past three years. I would also like to thank you readers for your comments and emails offering useful feedback […]

    A Goodbye and a Blessing

    This is my last post for Transpositions. I would like to thank my colleagues for their support and encouragement over the past three years. I would also like to thank you readers for your comments and emails offering useful feedback […]

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  • Author’s Note: This is my final post for Transpositions as a regular contributor. I have immensely enjoyed being a part of Transpositions since its inception in 2010. As a scholar and a writer, I am deeply grateful for the interactions […]

    Teaching Theology to the Imagination

    Author’s Note: This is my final post for Transpositions as a regular contributor. I have immensely enjoyed being a part of Transpositions since its inception in 2010. As a scholar and a writer, I am deeply grateful for the interactions […]

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  • Gordon Graham, The Re-enchantment of the World: Art versus Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007, ix + 199 pp., £19.99/$29.95 paper. This book is the published version of Graham’s 2005 Stanton Lectures in the Philosophy of Religion delivered at the University of Cambridge. […]

    Reviews: Re-enchantment and Magic

    Gordon Graham, The Re-enchantment of the World: Art versus Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007, ix + 199 pp., £19.99/$29.95 paper. This book is the published version of Graham’s 2005 Stanton Lectures in the Philosophy of Religion delivered at the University of Cambridge. […]

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  • Byre Theatre reopens to welcome Benjamin Britten’s Albert Herring  The famous Russian pianist and conductor Sviatoslav Richter once famously dubbed it as “the greatest comic opera of the (last) century” – and this month Benjamin Britten’s comic opera, Albert Herring, […]

    The Lights Come On for Britten in the Byre

    Byre Theatre reopens to welcome Benjamin Britten’s Albert Herring  The famous Russian pianist and conductor Sviatoslav Richter once famously dubbed it as “the greatest comic opera of the (last) century” – and this month Benjamin Britten’s comic opera, Albert Herring, […]

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