Clive Staples Lewis was a celebrated Anglo-Irish novelist, academic, medievalist, literary critic, lay theologian and Christian apologist whose impact and influence lives on.

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Upcoming Interviews and Events

November 14th, 2011 | Skip to comments

Some of my recent and upcoming appearances and projects:

  • INTERVIEW — November 13, 2PM EST: Here is a downloadable podcast of the interview with Patrick Goeghan of Newstalk Ireland in Dublin, Ireland, on the life and impact of C. S. Lewis: Or, you can listen directly here: Interview Nov. 13 2011 — C. S. Lewis’s Legacy

  • INTERVIEW — My discussion with William O’Flaherty recorded at the Southwest Regional C. S. Lewis Conference sponsored by the C. S. Lewis Foudnation (Oct. 27-30) is available at his intriguing website: C. S. Lewis Minute

  • CONFERENCE: My participation with several colleagues at the Religious Communication Association Conference, New Orleans (Royal Sonesta Hotel 300 Bourbon Street, New Orleans LA 70130), Wed., Nov. 16, 2011. This one-day conference, a prelude to the National Communication Association conference, features two strong C. S. Lewis panels.

    1 PM PANEL:
    C.S. Lewis and Alien Voices: Using Reason and Imagination in the Search for Serenity

    Chair: Dale Sullivan, North Dakota State University


    Serenity and the Tao: Joss Whedon Meets C.S. Lewis
    Bruce Edwards, Bowling Green State University

    The Rhetoric of Ransom and the Poetics of Perelandra
    Gregory Anderson, Union Church, Hong Kong

    Must we Exterminate the Veusians? An Analysis of J.B.S. Haldane’s, Olaf Stapledon’s and C.S. Lewis’ views on the issues
    Dale Sullivan, North Dakota State University

    10:30AM PANEL:
    C.S. Lewis and Others: Looking to Disparate Voices for a Broader Understanding of Lewis’ Thought

    Chair: Benson Fraser, Regent University
    Respondent: Michael Graves, Liberty University


    C.S. Lewis and Flannery O’Connor’s Contribution to Indirect Communication
    Benson Fraser and William Brown, Regent University

    Deconstructing Lewis’ Argument from Desire, Intellection and Reason in the “Great War” Debate and Surprised by Joy: Barfield Speaks
    Kevin Crawford, Regent University

    The Sound of Satire: Lewis and Pratchett on Gods and Demons
    Steven William Halliday, Regent University

    Repressed and Unfettered Laughter: The Other Issue in Armand Nicoli’s “The Question of God” with Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis
    Terrence Lindvall, Virginia Wesleyan College

    Fact and Myth and Primary Words: Reading C.S. Lewis in Light of Martin Buber
    Andrew Harris, Pensacola Christian College


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