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Location: Brinkman Room, Heythrop College

JOIN US FOR AN EVENING TALK WITH PROFESSOR JAY PARINI, HOSTED BY THE HEYTHROP INSTITUTE FOR RELIGION & SOCIETY.

HIRS ( The Heythrop Institute: Religion & Society)

PROFESSOR JAY PARINI
Jay Parini, a poet and novelist, biographer and critic, is Axinn Professor of English and Creative Writing at Middlebury College. He has written biographies of John Steinbeck,
Robert Frost and William Faulkner. His most recent works include Jesus: the Human Face of God (2013), Empire of Self:   A Life of Gore Vidal (2015), and New and Collected Poems: 1975–2015 (2016).

THE HEYTHROP INSTITUTE: RELIGION & SOCIETY
Founded in 2003, the Heythrop Institute: Religion and Society (HIRS) provides a place for research, reflection and action by means of projects related to the relationship of religion and society. Some of our research work includes the Power of the Word project (detailed below), the Health, Healing and Human Flourishing project, and the REMUS project (Religion-Mimesis-Society), each chaired by Heythrop academics and fostering research opportunities and resources. HIRS deploys a range of approaches that reinforce the links between theology and philosophy, and a range of other academic fields including history, literature, the classics, and healthcare.
Visit our website to find out more: www.heythrop.ac.uk/hirs

THE POWER OF THE WORD
The Power of the Word project organizes international conferences and talks, fostering dialogue  between theologians, philosophers, literary scholars and creative writers. Our aim is to explore the boundaries between poetry, theology and philosophy, and to date we have produced two publications: Poetry and the Religious Imagination: The Power of the Word (2015), and Poetry and Prayer: The Power of the Word II (2015). Our next international conference, The Prophetic Word, is scheduled for September 2017.
See here for details: www.heythrop.ac.uk/power

Contact Name: Emily Ross
Contact Email: e.ross@heythrop.ac.uk
Contact Telephone: 020 7795 4263