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  • Editor’s note: This post is the fifth in a series from our “Artists in Residence,” and the second from Alfonse Borysewicz (see his first post here). Borysewicz (b. 1957) is a Brooklyn-based, American artist who, after receiving a B.A. and an […]

    Codex – Artist in Residence Series: Alfonse Borysewicz

    Editor’s note: This post is the fifth in a series from our “Artists in Residence,” and the second from Alfonse Borysewicz (see his first post here). Borysewicz (b. 1957) is a Brooklyn-based, American artist who, after receiving a B.A. and an […]

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  • 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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  • Recently a friend came over to our house for a visit, bringing her preschool daughter to play with our three year old son William Blake. Cars and cookies were both on the agenda, but eventually they started in on an […]

    Visiting Scholar Series: Exactly Different

    Recently a friend came over to our house for a visit, bringing her preschool daughter to play with our three year old son William Blake. Cars and cookies were both on the agenda, but eventually they started in on an […]

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  • Editor’s Note: This is the second post in a two-part series.  The first, titled “The Invention of the Creative Person,” suggested that the identity of the creative person is, to some extent, a cultural construct.  As with all of the […]

    Redeeming the Identity of the Creative Person

    Editor’s Note: This is the second post in a two-part series.  The first, titled “The Invention of the Creative Person,” suggested that the identity of the creative person is, to some extent, a cultural construct.  As with all of the […]

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  • Religions, Environments & Popular Culture – Postgraduate Conference 26 September 2014 School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, University of Manchester   2014, a year which sees the return of Noah to the big screen, began with a UKIP councillor claiming that […]

    Conference Announcement: Religions, Environments & Popular Culture

    Religions, Environments & Popular Culture – Postgraduate Conference 26 September 2014 School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, University of Manchester   2014, a year which sees the return of Noah to the big screen, began with a UKIP councillor claiming that […]

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  • Editor’s Note: Guest contributor Jennifer Agee leads us into Easter weekend with her prose poem “Vigil”. The Transpositions team would like to wish our readers a blessed Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday. “Vigil” We have seen the labor pains of creation. […]

    Vigil

    Editor’s Note: Guest contributor Jennifer Agee leads us into Easter weekend with her prose poem “Vigil”. The Transpositions team would like to wish our readers a blessed Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday. “Vigil” We have seen the labor pains of creation. […]

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  • Stephen M. Garrett. God’s Beauty-in-Act: Participating in God’s Suffering Glory. Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2013, xviii + 243 pp., $29.00 paperback. In this book based on his doctoral dissertation, Stephen M. Garrett, Lecturer of Public Theology and Philosophy of Religion […]

    Review: God’s Beauty-in-Act

    Stephen M. Garrett. God’s Beauty-in-Act: Participating in God’s Suffering Glory. Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2013, xviii + 243 pp., $29.00 paperback. In this book based on his doctoral dissertation, Stephen M. Garrett, Lecturer of Public Theology and Philosophy of Religion […]

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