Friday, April 7, 2017

3:30-5:00 Armstrong Browning Lecture Hall

Dr. Joshua King (English, Baylor) will facilitate a symposium entitled “Representations of Religion in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture.” This panel will include an opening presentation by Dr. Mark Knight (English, Lancaster University, UK) entitled “Why George Eliot Doesn’t Help Us: Reimagining the Role of Evangelicalism in the Victorian Novel” and responses from Dr. Lesa Scholl (English, University of Queensland, Australia) and Dr. Andy Tate (English, Lancaster University, UK). Please see further description of the symposium in the flier below.