On Wednesday, April 20, at 5:15 pm, in the CSWR Common Room, Joseph Roccasalvo, author and graduate school mentor, will offer his lecture "Fiction Writing & the Religious Imagination, or How to Write a Spiritual Thriller."
Martin Luther did more than just serve as a catalyst for the Reformation. By nailing his 95 theses to the door of a Wittenberg, Germany, church in 1517, he became the world's first mass media figure and launched a new form of theological writing, argues University of St. Andrews Professor Andrew Pettegree.
On the second day of the "Spirit of Sustainable Agriculture" conference, speakers at the plenary panel were Michelle Velez, Lauren O’Brien, Hisham Moharram, Sebastian Kretschmer, Joan Armon, Chara Armon.
This lecture and performance by visiting artists features musicologist Dr. Hilary Finchum-Sung, Seoul National University, and musicians Lee Tae-Baek, Yi Ji-Young, Won Wan-Chul, Lee Suk-Joo, and Lim Hyeun-Bin.