Lunchtime talk: 'C. S. Lewis: One Irishman's Enduring Fame'

Monday 13 August at 1pm

Speaker: Dr. Stephanie L. Derrick

C. S. Lewis, best known today for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, has been the subject of wide interest since he first stepped-up to the BBC's microphone during the Second World War to deliver philosophical defences of Christianity.  Dr. Derrick will discuss why books by this Belfast-born literary historian have continued to be popular in the decades since, especially in America.’

Dr. Stephanie L. Derrick is a historian with a special interest in the intellectual and print cultures of British and American Christianity. She did her PhD in History at the University of Stirling (Scotland) and now lives in Los Angeles, California.

All welcome. Booking not required.

In association with Oxford University Press

 
NLI Reference: CLON55
NLI Reference: CLON55
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