C.S. Lewis Study Center – Northfield MA
2018 Summer Schedule
June 20-22, Wednesday 3 pm to Friday 1 pm
Retreat & Conference
Thinking Intelligently about Artificial Intelligence: AI and the Vocation of Teaching
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July 3 – July 24, Four Tuesdays at 7 pm
Summer Literature Seminar Series
David Dowdy, English Teacher
Eliot: Murder in the Cathedral
Bolt: A Man for All Seasons
Shaw: Saint Joan
Greene: The Potting Shed
July 11, Wednesday at 7 pm
“Surprised by Joy: C.S. Lewis’ Spiritual Journey”
Dr. Gayne J. Anacker, Chairman of the Board, C.S. Lewis Study Center
(single seminar held at Christ Community Church, Belchertown, MA)
July 15, Sunday at 3 pm
Author Discussion: “Contemporary Perspectives on C.S. Lewis’ The Abolition of Man: History, Philosophy, Education, and Science”
Timothy M. Mosteller and Gayne John Anacker, eds. Bloomsbury, 2017
“The Place of The Abolition of Man in the Contemporary Intellectual World”
Dr. Gayne J. Anacker, co-editor
“Truth and Imagination in The Abolition of Man”
Dr. Scott B. Key, contributing author
July 20, Friday at 7 pm, and July 21, Saturday at 1 pm & 7 pm
Still Small Theatre Troupe presents
The Diary of Perpetua: A Musical in One Act
(Talk-backs after all performances)
July 21, Saturday at 4-5:30 pm
Dr. Scott B. Key and Voice of the Martyrs
“Perpetua in Context: Suffering and Martyrdom in the Life of the Church”
Join us for one or more!
Each session is self-contained. Reading ahead is recommended.
The Artificial Intelligence Conference in June requires registration with fees.
All other seminars and events are offered free of charge, with suggested donations gratefully accepted.
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For more information, please email Mary Key at email@example.com
Unless otherwise indicated, these C. S. Lewis Study Center programs take place at the historic home long known as “Green Pastures” located at
199 Main Street, Northfield, MA 01360