Interested in joining one or more of our virtual sessions this summer? Sign up below, and then closer to the time of the session(s) you will receive an email with login information. We are excited to engage in great ideas with you!
The sessions are free!
Date and Time
Fantasy and the Friendship between CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien
Dr. Michael Ward, University of Oxford
June 2nd @ 3 PM EDT
On Building the COVID19 Research Core
Dr. Allison Greenplate, Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Pennsylvania, Templeton Class of 2011
June 4th @ 3 PM EST
George MacDonald, JRR Tolkien, and the World of Faerie
Dr. Kirstin Jeffrey Johnson, Freelance Writer and Lecturer
June 9th @ 3 PM EDT
Why Keep the Sabbath?
Dr. Phillip Cary, Scholar-in-Residence, Eastern University
June 11th @ 3 PM EDT
Tolkien's Elfin Magic and the Liberal Arts
Dr. Gary Jenkins, Van Gorden Professor in History at Eastern University
June 16th @ 3 PM EDT
Gabriel's Horn: How can something have an Infinite surface and yet a Finite volume?
Dr. Walter Huddell, Chair of Mathematics Department at Eastern University
June 18th @ 3 PM EDT
Are the Ents, Elves, and Hobbits of The Lord of the Rings human?
Dr. Fred Putnam, Profess of Bible & Liberal Studies at Eastern University
June 23rd @ 3 PM EDT
The Role of Art in the Good Life
Dr. Kendall Cox, Director of Academic Affairs for Templeton at Eastern University
June 25th @ 3 PM EDT
LOTR: Between the printed page and the silver screen
Jeffrey Overstreet, Film Critic, Novelist, and Author of Through a Screen Darkly
June 30th @ 3 PM EDT
More sessions for July will be announced soon!