Kevin enrolls for a semester at Liberty University in Lynchburg Tennessee from Brown, a place he describes as a regular secular, college. You know: students take philosophy that includes Kant and Sartre, the jocks get to play some ball and everyone gets drunk on the sly. … More Unlikely Disciple
In examining ‘being’ religious and how we ‘become’ secular, the paper brings together ideas about how veiling works in different European countries and how public space works in these various contexts. In Ireland, where veiling has been an important part of Catholic consciousness in public since the nineteenth century, there is little discussion about the place of veiled women in public spaces. … More Valuable lessons
I’ve got tons of reading done but stretches of uninterrupted evenings working on something as self-centred as a thesis have been hard to come by. You know the way it is: food, cleaning up, friends calling and family commitments; none of which are burdensome. … More Advice from other people
I did find a whole load of other references to large amounts of public money given to help decorate the city for the 1932 Eucharistic Congress and charted the changes in the context for city planning from the mid-1960s. … More Getting spatial, finally
Karl Rahner Talal Asad Julian Holloway Nigel Thrift And that’s just for starters!