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News & Features

  • Dr. Eaton publishes essay on John Updike

  • Special Issue of Christianity & Literature

    Christianity & Literature, edited by Mark Eaton, Matthew J. Smith, and Caleb D. Spencer, features a special topic on the Environmental Imagination in Volume 65, Issue 3 (June 2016). Contributors include Jeffrey Bilbro (Spring Arbor University), Lawrence Buell (Harvard University), Joshua Mabie (University of Wisconsin, Whitewater), Richard Rankin Russell (Baylor...

  • Mark Eaton Publishes Chapter on 9/11 Literature

    Mark Eaton has published a chapter titled "9/11 and its Literary-Religious Aftermaths" in the Routledge Companion to Literature and Religion, edited by Mark Knight (New York: Routledge, 2016). Other contributors include Lori Branch (Iowa), John D. Cox (Hope), Luke Ferreter (Baylor), Kevin Hart (Virginia), Stanley Hauerwas (Duke), Jared Hickman (Johns...

  • Andujo Says Tubman Right Choice for $20 Bill

    Patricia L. Andujo, Ph.D., director of the Ethnic Studies Program and an associate professor in the Department of English at Azusa Pacific University discusses Harriet Tubman's selection as the new face of the $20 bill.

  • Award-Winning Play Explores Darwin’s Humanity

    While best known for his work, most are not familiar with Charles Darwin as a human being. CREV hosts playwright Murray Watts' acclaimed one-man production *Mr. Darwin’s Tree* on Tuesday, April 28 in the Black Box Theater.