Faith and Literary Criticism, with guest Mark Knight, University of Lancaster

July 05, 2021 00:46:21
Faith and Literary Criticism, with guest Mark Knight, University of Lancaster
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Faith and Literary Criticism, with guest Mark Knight, University of Lancaster

Jul 05 2021 | 00:46:21

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Show Notes

Mark Knight is Professor in Literature, Religion, and Victorian Studies at the University of Lancaster and also general editor of the journal Literature and Theology. Mark’s expertise includes nineteenth-century fiction, theology, and postsecular criticism. We talk about his 2019 book Good Words: Evangelicalism and the Victorian Novel, about the difference religion makes to how we understand the past, and about making a place for religion in the secular academy.

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