2nd Annual Southern Film Festival presents “Screening Southern Literature”

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2nd Annual Southern Film Festival presents “Screening Southern Literature”

The Southern Film Festival will take place on Friday and Saturday, February 25 and 26, at the Grace Street Theater at 934 W. Grace Street. Six films will be screened: Wise Blood (1979) In This Our Life (1942) The Story of Temple Drake (1933) The Color Purple (1985) A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) To Kill […]

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Blake Speaker Series for 2010-11

Today at 3 pm, Dr. Emma Wasserman from Rutgers University will give the lecture Evil Everywhere? Demons, Spirits, and Powers in the Letters of Paul as the latest in the 2010-11 William E. & Miriam S. Blake Speaker Series in the History of Christianity.  Dr. Wasserman is Assistant Professor of Religion at Rutgers, and is […]

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Mary Magdalene and the “reading” of Christian art

On Thursday, April 15, Dr. Diane Apostolo-Cappodona of Georgetown University will deliver the annual Blake Lecture on the History of Christianity.  Her lecture is titled: “The DaVinci Code: Is there a woman in that painting?” The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown, and the forthcoming movie, have captured the imagination of many readers and drawn widespread […]

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