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18947Re: [mythsoc] The Inklings in NYC: A 5 week Discussion Series

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  • Linda DeMars
    Sep 16, 2007
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      Any chance of getting a copy of these talks?

      Linda DeMars

      On 9/16/07, Anthony and Jessica <herenistarion@...> wrote:
      >
      > The Inklings: A Discussion of the Literary and Theological Perspectives
      > of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, and Owen Barfield
      >
      > Mondays, October 15, 22, 29, November 5, 12
      > The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields
      > 487 Hudson Street
      > Greenwich Village, New York City
      > 7-8:30pm Laughlin Hall
      >
      > C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, and Owen Barfield formed the
      > nucleus of an informal literary society that flourished at the University
      > of Oxford during the 1930s and ���40s. Because of their shared interest in
      > the weaving of Christian themes into works of fiction and poetry
      > (particularly that with an emphasis on fantasy and myth), the
      > Inklings��"and
      > their literary creations��"were widely considered part of a magical world
      > that continues to influence contemporary readers. The achievements of
      > these four Inklings, as well as the work of some of their contemporaries,
      > will be discussed.
      >
      > October 15 Inklings Series Introductory Talk
      >
      > Speaker: Anthony S Burdge
      >
      > Shards of Creativity: The Inklings, Subcreation and the Evolution of Human
      > Consciousness (working title)
      >
      > Mr. Burdge is the Co-Chair of Heren Istarion: The Northeast Tolkien
      > Society.
      >
      > October 22 J. R. R. Tolkien
      >
      > Speaker: Jessica Burke
      >
      > Ms. Burke is the Co-Chair of Heren Istarion: The Northeast Tolkien
      > Society.
      >
      > October 29 Owen Barfield
      >
      > Speaker: The Rev. Dr. Christopher King
      >
      > November 5 Charles Williams
      >
      > Speaker: Kenneth E. Dupuy, M.A.
      >
      > Mr. Dupuy is Professor of Philosophy for Fordham College of Liberal
      > Studies at Fordham University.
      >
      > November 12 C. S. Lewis
      >
      > Speaker: Kenneth E. Dupuy, M.A.
      >
      > DIRECTIONS:
      > The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields is located at 487 Hudson Street, in
      > Greenwich Village, New York City, at the intersection of Hudson Street and
      > Grove Street.
      >
      > Parking Lot Information: Parking is available in the Church lot on Barrow
      > Street between Hudson and Greenwich from 8 am until 1 pm. To map driving
      > directions click here.
      >
      > By Subway: Take the 1 to the Christopher Street station, the 2 or 3 to the
      > 14th Street station, or the A, C, E, B, F or D to the West 4th Street
      > station.
      >
      > >From Christopher street: Walk west on Christopher Street, away from
      > Sheridan Square, towards the Hudson River. At Hudson Street, make a left.
      > The church is one block to your left, on the west side of the street.
      >
      > >From 14th Street: Walk south on 7th Avenue to West 11th Street. Turn
      > right
      > on West 11th to Hudson. Turn left on Hudson and walk to Grove Street. The
      > church is on the west side of the street.
      >
      > >From West 4th Street: Leave the station at the south (West 3rd Street)
      > exit. Walk south on Sixth Avenue to Bleecker Street. Turn Right. Follow
      > Bleecker across Seventh Avenue. At Grove Street, turn left. Follow Grove
      > to Hudson Street. The church is across the street.
      > Use HopStop.com for subway and walking directions from your location by
      > clicking here.
      >
      > By PATH: Take the PATH to the Christopher Street station. Turn left upon
      > exiting the station at Christopher Street, and make a right on Hudson
      > Street. The church is one block on the right.
      >
      >
      >


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