Eight faculty present at regional conference

June 6, 2012

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Eight SU faculty presented at the Western Regional Conference on Christianity and Literature at Seattle Pacific University: 

  • Sharon Cumberland (English): "Spiritual Poetry in a Secular World"
  • Peter Ely, S.J., (Theology and Religious Studies and Mission & Ministry): "Belief and Unbelief in Two Autobiographical Works of Albert Camus"
  • June Bube Johnson (English): "Postmodernism and the Empathetic Turn toward Ethical Engagement in Luis Alberto Urea's THE DEVIL'S HIGHT and Dave Egger's WHAT IS THE WHAT"
  • Andrea McDowell (English):  "Pelevin, Bulatov, and the Poetics of ZA in contemporary Russian Literature"
  • David Leigh, S.J., (English): "Belief, the Reader, and Ultimate Issues in Literary Fiction"
  • Holly Woodson Waddell (French): "The Religion of Language in Linda Le's CALAMNIES"
  • William Taylor (English): "The Coen Brothers and Religion: There's Something Funny about A SERIOUS MAN"
  • Mary Antoinette Smith (English): "Holy Howatch! Redemption and Restoration through Writing her Church of England Starbridge Novels"