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19544Re: [mythsoc] Re: Graduate programs - C.S. Lewis, theology, & the arts

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  • Alana Vincent
    Mar 3, 2008
      Jeremy Begbie's Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts at
      St. Andrews University is reputed to be very involved with Inklings
      scholarship, although this may be a bit too far afield.

      /A

      On Mon, Mar 3, 2008 at 5:34 PM, Larry Swain <theswain@...> wrote:
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      > Just to add, Tom Shippey IS RETIRING at St. Louis this semester, and yes
      > they do have graduate programs. You know, I should ask, but I don't think
      > Tom has ever had a Tolkien dissertation student....Tolkien inspired, but not
      > one that he supervised on Tolkien.
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      > Mike Drout teaches at Wheaton in Mass., but I don't believe they have grad
      > programs.
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      > My own Tolkien and Lewis teachers were at Seattle Pacific, but I believe
      > have retired.
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      > Marjorie Burns I think is at Portland State
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      > Larry Swain
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      > > If you go just by looking at where there are important Lewis and Tolkien
      > > scholars, there's Azusa Pacific, with Diana Glyer, and she's not
      > > about to retire
      > > anytime soon, but I wonder if they have graduate programs. There's Rice,
      > > with Jane Chance, and I don't think she's about to retire, but people on
      > this
      > > mailing list don't have much to say about her. There's St. Louis
      > University,
      > > with Tom Shippey, but is he due to retire soon and do they have graduate
      > > programs? There's Tarleton State, with Joe Christopher, but he's already
      > > retired, and I don't know if they have graduate programs. Closest
      > > of all to you,
      > > Cole, is the University of Maryland, with Verlyn Flieger. Going strictly
      > by
      > > age, she would have been expected to retire several years ago, but
      > > I think she
      > > has no intentions of ever retiring. Can anyone else suggest important
      > Lewis
      > > and Tolkien scholars and where they teach?
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      > > Wendell Wagner
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      > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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      > > The Mythopoeic Society website http://www.mythsoc.org
      > > Yahoo! Groups Links
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      Alana M. Vincent BFA MA
      Centre for Literature, Theology and the Arts
      University of Glasgow
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