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Annual Lecture

"The editorial board [of Literature and Theology] had long been considering ways in which it could help determine the coordinates of the interdisciplinary area that we in our Journal have called ‘literature and theology’, though which others have called by cognate terms. The terminology itself has been much contested, even amongst our editors, and on a perennial basis....Given the ambiguous borderlines within any interdisciplinary relationship, and the resulting tensions we and others continue to experience, we felt it important to try to place markers along the way—not in an attempt to resolve the tensions, but to show that, however much we wrestle with the categories and systems we may feel bound to or bound within, there are those who have brought clarity to the tensions."
- Dr. Andrew Hass, former editor, Literature and Theology

Read the full editorial about the Literature and Theology Annual Lecture Series here.


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