2012 Literature Conference

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In Fall 2012, the English Department sponsored a one-day colloquium.  Please see the program schedule below with additional information on this past event.

Religion and Literature in the Long 19th Century

Friday, October 26, 2012
Wilson Suite – 4th Floor
Billy Graham Center

Program

8:50-9:00 Welcome and Introductions

9:00-10:40 Panel 1, The Romantic Period

  • Colin Jager, Rutgers University
  • Jasper Cragwall, Loyola University
  • Natasha Duquette, Biola University
  • Jeffrey Galbraith, Wheaton College

11:00-12:15 Panel 2, Victorian Period, I

  • Janet Larson, Rutgers University-Newark
  • Joshua King, Baylor University
  • Karen Dieleman, Trinity Christian College

12:15-2:00 Lunch

2:00-3:15 Panel 3, Victorian Period, II

  • Lori Branch, University of Iowa
  • Christine Colón, Wheaton College
  • Richard Gibson, Wheaton College

3:30-5:00   Keynote  Speaker

Mark Knight, University of Toronto
“Vanity Fair and the Burden of Evangelical Reading”
(Students are strongly encouraged to attend this session!)

In Fall 2012, the English Department sponsored a one-day colloquium.  Please see the program schedule below with additional information on this past event.

Religion and Literature in the Long 19th Century

Friday, October 26, 2012
Wilson Suite – 4th Floor
Billy Graham Center

Program

8:50-9:00 Welcome and Introductions

9:00-10:40 Panel 1, The Romantic Period

  • Colin Jager, Rutgers University
  • Jasper Cragwall, Loyola University
  • Natasha Duquette, Biola University
  • Jeffrey Galbraith, Wheaton College

11:00-12:15 Panel 2, Victorian Period, I

  • Janet Larson, Rutgers University-Newark
  • Joshua King, Baylor University
  • Karen Dieleman, Trinity Christian College

12:15-2:00 Lunch

2:00-3:15 Panel 3, Victorian Period, II

  • Lori Branch, University of Iowa
  • Christine Colón, Wheaton College
  • Richard Gibson, Wheaton College

3:30-5:00   Keynote  Speaker

Mark Knight, University of Toronto
“Vanity Fair and the Burden of Evangelical Reading”
(Students are strongly encouraged to attend this session!)