Stephanie Paulsell

Sussex, England. Photo: Barry Caruth.

A Pilgrimage of Virginia Woolf Readers

August 20, 2018
Pilgrimages draw their power from the wisdom that religious traditions have passed down through the generations: how walking together can create a community out of strangers; how a book can become a portable, generative sacred space; how a shared meal can express our desire to know and to be known, writes Professor Stephanie Paulsell.
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Our Practices Keep Our Commitments Alive

June 20, 2018
"If we are going to undo our formation in misogyny, in racism, in a Christianity warped by nationalism, it won’t be enough to think our way out of these ideologies...We will also have to practice our way out of them, deliberately," writes Professor Stephanie Paulsell.
Professor Stephanie Paulsell

On Pilgrimage

July 17, 2017

Stephanie Paulsell is the Susan Shallcross Swartz Professor of the Practice of Christian Studies. On July 2, she delivered the sermon during Sunday Services at Memorial Church. Below are her remarks.... Read more about On Pilgrimage