Religion & Literature Conversation: 50.1-2, November 2019
We welcomed issue 50.1-2 into print through another lively and stimulating conversation hosted in the English department in Decio Hall. We were joined by Professor Susannah Monta, and our Editor-in-Chief, Professor Romana Huk.
Lecture on Pablo Neruda by Dr. Roberto Onell, December 2018
Religion & Literature Conversation: 46.2-3, January 2016
We welcomed issue 46.2-3 into print through another lively and stimulating conversation hosted at the Religion & Literature office. This special double issue reflects on the place of religion and literature in the modern academy and, as Susannah Monta explains in her introduction, “proposes ways that the study of religion and literature may reshape—for the better—our understand of what work the humanities might achieve.”
Religion & Literature Conversation: 46.1, October 2015
We welcomed issue 46.1 into print through a lively and stimulating conversation hosted at the Religion & Literature office. This cross-period conversation was jump-started by graduate students and recent graduates engaging the state of the field that the journal helps shape. Our mission for the future is to gather a cross-disciplinary community of scholars at Notre Dame who share the journal’s interests and concerns. Undergraduates, graduates and faculty all were welcome!
Conference: Dante’s Theology, June 2013
Italian Studies at Notre Dame organized “Dante’s Theology: An International Summer Seminar on the Theological Dimensions of Dante’s Work." The conference was held at the Tantur Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem.
Annual Religion & Literature Lecture
2018-2019 Lecture: Rowan Williams, “‘Relieved by Prayer’: Power, Shame, and Redemption in Shakespeare’s Drama”
2015-2016 Lecture: Shira Wolosky, “The Metaphysics of Language: Levinas on the Names of God.”
2014-2015 Lecture: Robin Kirkpatrick, “The Pace of Praise: Might Theology Walk Together with Literature?”
2013-2014 Lecture: Richard Strier, “Mind, Nature, Heterodoxy, and Iconoclasm in The Winter’s Tale.”
2012-2013 Lecture: Marilynne Robinson, “Oh, the Humanities! Education and Democracy.”
2011-2012 Lecture: Graham Ward, “Read to Live: Miracle and Language.”
2010-2011 Lecture: James Simpson, “No Brainer: The Early Modern Tragedy of Torture.”