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Professor of English
Editor, Christian Scholar’s Review
Montreat College
Montreat, NC 28757
 
 
Education:
 
1.      Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, BA, English, 1973.
 
2.      Southern Illinois University, MA, English, 1974.
 
3.      University of North Carolina at Greensboro, PhD., English, 1985; Major field: Nineteenth-Century British; Dissertation title, "Exile in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad and Fyodor Dostoyevsky"; Minor fields: Medieval, 18th Century British, 20th Century American and British, and Prose Fiction. Additional study at the University of Virginia, the University of Tennessee, and Cambridge University.
 
Work experience:
 
1.      1974-79, 1980-86: professor of English at Montreat-Anderson College (tenured in 1981).
 
2.      1979-80: Graduate Teaching Assistant at UNC-Greensboro.
 
3.      1986-88: Chairman, Humanities Division at Montreat-Anderson College and professor of English.
 
4.      1988-92: Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Montreat-Anderson College and professor of English.
 
5.      1992-93: Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of English at Montreat-Anderson College.
 
6.      1993-2000: Vice President and Dean of Academics and Associate Professor of English at Montreat College (name change effective August 22, 1995); effective June 1, 1999, Editor, Christian Scholar’s Review.
 
7.      2000-11: Professor of English at Montreat College; Editor, Christian Scholar’s Review.
 
8.      Interim President of Montreat College, June 16, 2003-April 23, 2004.
 
Courses taught:
 
1.      Freshman Composition. EN 101 and 102; EN 104, Introduction to Literary Studies.Also, for our adult education degree completion program, EN 111, Writing and Research for Adults and EN 112, Writing and Literary Analysis.
 
2.      Two semester sequence of sophomore level World and British literature. Also, for our adult education degree completion program, EN 211, Masterpieces of Literature; EN 251, The Christian World of C. S. Lewis (online and on ground versions);and EN 252, Shakespeare: Models of Leadership (online and on ground versions).
 
3.      Junior level courses on Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, 17th Century British Literature, Restoration and 18th Century British Literature, Romantic Literature, Victorian Literature, and the British novel.
 
4.      Junior level interdisciplinary humanities courses on ancient culture and on Renaissance and Reformation.
 
5.      Senior level seminar/thesis courses: Philosophy of Faith and Learning seminar; Philosophy of Faith and Learning thesis; C. S. Lewis: The Impulse of His Poetic Legacy; and The Imagination and Apologetics of C. S. Lewis.
 
Professional awards:
 
1.      1977 National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Fellow.
 
2.      1977 Teacher of the Year at Montreat-Anderson College.
 
3.      1984 Teacher of the Year at Montreat-Anderson College.
 
4.      1990 Outstanding Teacher Award presented by Faculty Scholars Program of the Univ. of Kentucky
 
5.      1995 recipient of Clyde S. Kilby Research Grant ($500) from the Marion E. Wade Center to support research on the poetry of C. S. Lewis
 
6.      1997 recipient of a $5,000 grant from the Cauthen Foundation to support a sabbatical and research on the poetry of C. S. Lewis.
 
7.      2000 recipient of $3,000 summer research grant from Montreat College to support primary research at the Bodleian Library and the British Library on the collected letters and a critical biography of Ruth Pitter
 
8.      2000-2001 recipient of David L. Parks Distinguished Professor award at Montreat College.
 
9.      2001-2002 recipient of a $6,000 summer research grant from the Appalachian College Association to support continued primary research in England on the collected letters and a critical biography of Ruth Pitter.
 
10.   2002-2003 recipient of a $3,000 John B. Stephenson Fellowship sponsored by the Appalachian College Association to continue research and to begin writing Silent Music: The Letters of Ruth Pitter and Hunting the Unicorn: A Critical Biography of Ruth Pitter.
 
11.   2005 recipient of summer grant from Montreat College to begin research toward writing a critical study of Joy Davidman.
 
12.   2006-2007 recipient of a $6,000 John B. Stephenson Fellowship sponsored by the Appalachian College Association to continue research and to begin writing Yet One More Spring: A Critical Study of Joy Davidman Gresham.
 
13.   2007-2008 recipient of a John B. Stephenson Fellowship sponsored by the Appalachian College Association to continue research and to prepare for publication the manuscript of Out of My Bone: The Letters of Joy Davidman.
 
14.   2007-2008 recipient of David L. Parks Distinguished Professor award at Montreat College.
 
 
Publications:
 
Beale, Walter and Don King. "A Grading Contract That Works."  Exercise Exchange 26 (Fall 1981): 17-20; reprinted in Writing Exercises from Exercise Exchange, Volume II. Ed. Charles Duke. Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English, 1984.
 
King, Don. "Child Pornography and the First Amendment." In Real Writing by Walter Beale. Glenview, Illinois: Scott, Foresman, and Company, 1982.
 
---------. "Other Worlds." HIS 43 (April 1983): 28-29.
 
---------. "Teaching Persona Through Freewriting." Exercise Exchange 28 (Spring 1983): 21-22.
 
---------. "Teacher as Writer: Showing Is Better Than Telling." Carolina English Teacher, 1983, 14-17.
 
---------. "Religious Hucksters." The Presbyterian Journal 43 (May 23, 1984): 14.
 
---------. "Narnia and the Seven Deadly Sins." Mythlore 10 (Spring 1984): 14-19. Reprinted in Pilgrimage: The Newsletter of the Toronto C. S. Lewis Society 10, no. 1 (Nov. 2002): 1-8.
 
---------. "Generating the Light Bulb Essay." Exercise Exchange 30 (Fall 1984): 17-19.
 
---------. "A Case for the Christian Liberal-Arts College." The Presbyterian Journal 43 (Jan. 2 and 9, 1985): 9-10.
 
---------. "From the Journal to the Essay." Exercise Exchange 31 (Spring 1986): 18-20.
 
---------. "The Childlike in George MacDonald and C. S. Lewis." Mythlore 12 (Summer 1986): 17-22, 26.
 
--------- and Richardson Gray"The Christian Hero and the Realistic Novel." The Christian Scholar’s Review 16 (January 1987): 109-121.
 
---------. "The Wardrobe as Christian Metaphor." Mythlore 14 (Autumn 1987): 25-27, 33.
 
---------. "The Rhetorical Similarities of C. S. Lewis and Bertrand Russell." Mythlore 15 (Autumn 1988): 28-31.
 
---------. "Criticism's a Tough Pill, But Worth Taking." Presbyterian Survey 79 (May 1989): 3-4.
 
---------. "The Distant Voice in C. S. Lewis' Poems." Studies in the Literary Imagination 22, ii (Fall 1989): 175-184.
 
---------. "Demythologizing C. S. Lewis." Rev. of C. S. Lewis: A Biography by A. N. Wilson. World 5 (May 19, 1990): 14-15.
 
---------. Rev. of Word and Story in C. S. Lewis. Ed. by Peter Schakel and Charles Huttar. World 6 (March 30, 1991): 14-15.
 
---------. Rev. of A Prophet With Honor: The Billy Graham Story by William Martin. World 6 (January 4, 1992): 15.
 
---------.  Rev. of Shadowlands. Directed by Richard Attenborough. Savoy Pictures.  World 8 (January 15, 1994): 21.
 
---------. Rev. of Realms of Gold: The Classics in Christian Perspective by Leland Ryken. The Christian Scholars' Review 24 (September 1994): 82-83.
 
---------. Rev. of The Western Canon: The Books and School of the Ages by Harold Bloom. World 9 (November 5, 1994): 20-21.
 
---------. “Making the Poor Best of Dull Things: C. S. Lewis as Poet.” SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 12 (1995): 79-92.
 
---------. “A Bibliographic Review of C. S. Lewis as Poet: 1952-1995, Part One.” The Canadian C. S. Lewis Journal No. 91 (Spring 1997): 9-23.
 
---------. “A Bibliographic Review of C. S. Lewis as Poet: 1952-1995, Part Two.” The Canadian C. S. Lewis Journal No. 91 (Autumn 1997): 34-52.
 
---------. Review of C. S. Lewis: A Companion and GuideThe Christian Scholar’s Review 27 (Fall 1997): 129-30.
 
---------. “The Collected Poems of C. S. Lewis” (124-26); “Dymer” (144-146); “Narrative Poems” (289-90); “Poems” (325-27); “Spirits in Bondage” (385-87); and eighty other short entries in The C. S. Lewis Readers’ Encyclopedia. Eds. Jeffrey D. Schultz and John G. West. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 1998.
 
---------. "C. S. Lewis: A Centenary Retrospective." The Christian Scholar’s Review 27(Summer 1998): 404-405; I served as guest editor for this issue.
 
---------. "C. S. Lewis's Spirits in Bondage: World I Poet as Frustrated Dualist." The Christian Scholar’s Review 27 (Summer 1998): 454-474.
 
---------. “Glints of Light: The Unpublished Short Poetry of C. S. Lewis.” SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 15 (1998): 73-96.
 
---------. “C. S. Lewis’ ‘The Quest of Bleheris’ as Prose Poetry.” The Lamp-Post of the Southern California C. S. Lewis Society 23, no. 1 (Spring 1999): 3-15.
 
---------. “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 29 (Fall 1999): 5-10.
 
---------. “The Poetry of Prose: C. S. Lewis, Ruth Pitter, and Perelandra.” Christianity and Literature 49 (Spring 2000): 331-356.
 
---------. “The Religious Verse of C. S. Lewis: Part One.” The Canadian C. S. Lewis Journal No. 97 (Spring 2000): 12-27; “Part Two.” The Canadian C. S. Lewis Journal No. 98 (Fall 2000): 41-54.
 
---------. “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 30 (Fall 2000): 5-10.
 
---------. C. S. Lewis, Poet: The Legacy of His Poetic Impulse. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 2001.
 
---------. “A Grief Observed as Free Verse.” CSL: Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society 32 (March 2001): 1-7.
 
---------. “Interview regarding C. S. Lewis, Poet: The Legacy of His Poetic ImpulseThe Lamp-Post of the Southern California C. S. Lewis Society 24, no. 4 (Winter 2000-01): 15-20.
 
---------. Review of C. S. Lewis, Collected Letters: Volume I, Family Letters, 1905-1932. Edited by Walter Hooper. Christianity and Literature 50 (Summer 2001): 750-755.
 
---------. Review of The Soulbane Strategem by Norman Jetmundsen. Christianity and Literature 50 (Summer 2001): 762-765.
 
---------. “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 31 (Fall 2001): 5-12; “Response to Michael S. Hamilton’s ‘The Elusive Idea of Christian Scholarship,’” 28-30.
 
---------. “Quorum Porum: The Literary Cats of T. S. Eliot, Ruth Pitter, and Dorothy L. Sayers.” SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 18 (2001): 25-45.
 
---------. “Interview regarding C. S. Lewis, Poet: The Legacy of His Poetic Impulse.”  With Ken Myers of Mars Hill Audio Journal Vol. 56, May/June, 2002.
 
---------.   Review of C. S. Lewis: Then and Now by Wesley A. Kort. Christianity and Literature51 (Summer 2002): 679-82.
 
---------. “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 32 (Fall 2002): 5-11.
 
---------. “Narnia and the Seven Deadly Sins” (orginially published in Mythlore 10 [Spring 1984]: 14-19) in Pilgrimage: The Newsletter of the Toronto C. S. Lewis Society 10, no. 1 (Nov. 2002): 1-8.
 
---------. “Devil to Devil: John Milton, C. S. Lewis, and Screwtape.” Lamp-Post of the Southern California C. S. Lewis Society 26, nos. 3-4 (Fall-Winter 2002): 6-18.
 
---------. Review of Imagination and the Arts in C. S. Lewis: Journeying to Narnia and Other Worlds by Peter J. Schakel. The Christian Scholar’s Review 32 (Spring 2003): 333-35.
 
---------. “The Anatomy of a Friendship: The Correspondence of Ruth Pitter and C. S. Lewis, 1946-1962.” Mythlore 24 (Summer 2003): 2-24.
 
---------. “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 33 (Fall 2003): 3-11.
 
---------. “Lost but Found: The ‘Missing’ Poems of C. S. Lewis’s Spirits in Bondage.” Christianity and Literature 53 (Winter 2004): 163-201.
 
---------. “Silent Music: The Letters of Ruth Pitter.” CSL: Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society 35 (Spring 2004): 1-15.
 
---------. “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 34 (Fall 2004): 3-9.
 
---------. Review of C. S. Lewis, Collected Letters: Volume II, Books, Broadcasts, and War 1931-1949. Edited by Walter Hooper. Christianity and Literature 54 (Autumn 2004): 128-133.

---------. “The Religious Poetry of Ruth Pitter.” Christianity and Literature 54 (Summer 2005): 521-62.

---------.  “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 35 (Fall 2005): 5-12.

---------. “Fire and Ice: C. S. Lewis and the Love Poetry of Joy Davidman and Ruth Pitter.” SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 22 (2005): 60-88.
 
---------. “Enchanted: Review of The Narnian: The Life and Imagination of C. S. Lewis” by Alan Jacobs. Books & Culture 12, no. 1 (Jan/Feb. 2006): 18, 20-21.
 
---------.  “Gold Mining or Gold Digging? The Selling of Narnia.” Christianity and Literature 55 (Summer 2006): 567-86.
 
---------. “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 36:1 (Fall 2006): 5-12.
 
---------. “Finding Joy: A Comprehensive Bibliography of the Works of Joy Davidman.”SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 23 (2006): 69-80.
 
---------. Review of G. K. Chesterton’s Early Poetry, Edited by Michael W. Perry. SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review 23 (2006): 98-100.
 
---------. “C. S. Lewis, Poet.” In Bloom’s Modern Critical Views of C. S. Lewis. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House, 2006. 191-223.
 
---------. “Joy Davidman and the New Masses: Communist Poet and Reviewer.” The Chronicle of the Oxford C. S. Lewis Society 4, no. 1 (February 2007): 18-44.
 
---------. “Columns of Light: The Preconversion Narrative Poetry of C. S. Lewis”; “Early Lyric Poetry: Spirits in Bondage (1919) and ‘Joy’ (1924)”; and “Topical Poems: C. S. Lewis’s Postconversion Poetry.” In C. S. Lewis—Life, Works, and Legacy: Volume 2, Fantasist, Mythmaker, & Poet. Ed. Bruce L. Edwards. Westport, CN: Praeger, 2007. 4 vols. 209-311.
 
---------. “C. S. Lewis and Gender: ‘Positively Medieval?’” Christian Scholar’s Review 36:4 (Summer 2007): 387-90.
 
---------. “Hunting the Unicorn: The Nature Poetry of Ruth Pitter.” CSL: Bulletin of the New York C. S. Lewis Society 38 (July-August 2007): 1-10, 12-17.
 
---------. “Notes from the Editor.” The Christian Scholar’s Review 37:1 (Fall 2007): 5-10.
 
---------. Review of The Company They Keep: C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien as Writers in Community, by Diana Pavlac Glyer. Christian Scholar’s Review 37:2 (Winter 2008): 262-264.
 
---------. Review of C. S. Lewis, Collected Letters: Volume III, Narnia, Cambridge and Joy, 1950-1963. Edited by Walter Hooper. Christianity and Literature 57 (Winter 2008): 329-36.
 
---------. Hunting the Unicorn: A Critical Biography of Ruth Pitter. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 2008.

---------. Review of Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis. By Michael Ward. Christianity and Literature 58 (Autumn 2008): 130-34.

---------. “A Writer We Can Read for the Rest of Our Live.” In Mere Christians: Inspiring Stories of Encounter with C. S. Lewis. Eds. Mary Anne Phemister and Andrew Lazo. Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2009.

---------. Out of My Bone: The Letters of Joy Davidman. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2009.

---------. “Sacramentalism in the Poetry of Philip Larkin.” Christian Scholar’s Review 39:1 (Fall 2009): 57-74.
 
--------. “The English Professor as Teacher Scholar: Reflections on Faith and Learning Integration.” In The Word in the English Classroom: Best Practices of Faith Integration. Eds. Jamie Dessart and Brad Gambill. Abilene, TX: Abilene Christina University Press, 2009.
 
--------. “The Early Writings of Joy Davidman.” The Journal of Inklings Studies 1.1 (March 2011): 47-67.
 
--------. Taking Every Thought Captive: Forty Years of the Christian Scholar’s Review (Abilene, TX: Abilene Christian University Press, 2011), eds. Perry Glanzer, David Hoekema, Jerry Pattengale, Todd Ream, and Todd Steen.
 
--------. Review of A Sword between the Sexes? C. S. Lewis and the Gender Debates. By Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen. Christianity and Literature 60.4 (Summer 2011): 689-693.
 
--------. “Into the Lion’s Den: Joy Davidman and Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer.” Mythlore 30 (Fall/Winter 2011): 91-106.
 
 
Papers presented and read at the following meetings:
 
1.      14th annual Mythopoeic Conference, Scripps College, Claremont College, CA, August 12-15, 1983.
 
2.      3rd Southeast Regional English Teacher's Conference, Charleston, SC, Oct. 27-29, 1983.
 
3.      Program Chairman for 5th annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature (CCL) at Montreat-Anderson College, NC, April 14-16, 1983.
 
4.      6th annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the CCL, Columbia, SC, April 12-14, 1984.
 
5.      Mideast Regional Meeting of the CCL, Bowling Green State University, Oct. 24-26, 1984.
 
6.      16th annual Mythopoeic Conference, Wheaton College, July, 1985.
 
7.      Mideast Regional Meeting of the CCL, Ashland College, Oct. 24-26, 1985.
 
8.      8th annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the CCL, Covenant College, April 3-5, 1986.
 
9.      Mideast Regional Meeting of the CCL, Liberty University, Oct. 24-25, 1986.
 
10.   9th annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the CCL, Gardner-Webb College, April 3-5, 1987.
 
11.   18th annual Mythopoeic Conference, Marquette University, July 24-27, 1987.
 
12.   10th annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the CCL, Francis-Marion College, April 14-16, 1988.
 
13.   19th annual Mythopoeic Conference, University of California-Berkeley, July 29-Aug 2, 1988.
 
14.   C. S. Lewis Celebration: 1898--1963--1988, Mercer University-Atlanta, Oct. 7-9, 1988.
 
15.   21st annual Mythopoeic Conference, Long Beach State University, Aug 2-5, 1990.
 
16.   16th annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the CCL, Belhaven College, March 24-26, 1994.
 
17.   25th annual Mythopoeic Conference, American University, Washington, D. C., August 5-8, 1994.
 
18.   2nd annual meeting CCCU meeting on technology and Christian higher education at Taylor University, Oct. 15-17, 1996.
 
19.   Paper read on the poetry of C. S. Lewis to Oxford University C. S. Lewis Society, October 21, 1997.
 
20.   Paper read on Lewis, “The Religious Verse of C. S. Lewis” to the Theology conference at Wheaton College, April 16-18, 1998.
 
21.   Paper read on “The Poetry of Prose: C. S. Lewis, Ruth Pitter, and Perelandra” at Seattle-Pacific University’s Conference to Celebrate the C. S. Lewis Legacy for the 21st Century, June 19-21, 1998.
 
22.   Paper read, “Columns of Light: The Unpublished Narrative Poetry of C. S. Lewis” at C. S. Lewis: A Centenary Celebration at Wheaton College, July 15-20, 1998.
 
23.   Served as lead speaker for the Southern California C. S. Lewis Society’s annual summer workshop, August 10-14, 1998, at St. Andrew's Abbey, Valyermo CA. The topic was Lewis’ poetry.
 
24.   Gave the address “What Hath Athens to do with Jerusalem? Reflections on the Integration of Faith and Learning and the Life of C. S. Lewis,” at Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC, March 29, 2001.
 
25.   Paper read, “Quorum Porum: The Literary Cats of T. S. Eliot, Ruth Pitter, and Dorothy L. Sayers,” at the 23th annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature, Southern Adventist University, April 5-7, 2001.
 
26.   Gave the address “Confessions of a Christian Scholar: Or God’s Pulley,” at Union University, Jackson, TN, March 13, 2002.
 
27.   Paper read, “The Correspondence of Ruth Pitter and C. S. Lewis, 1946-1962.” Western Regional Meeting of the Conference on Christianity and Literature, Azusa Pacific University, Mar. 14-17, 2002. Expanded version, “The Anatomy of a Friendship: The Correspondence of Ruth Pitter and C. S. Lewis, 1946-1962,” presented at the C. S. Lewis Foundation Summer Institute, Oxbridge 2002, Oxford.
 
28.   Keynote speaker at “C. S. Lewis and Inklings Conference: The New Mythmakers,” Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK, April 4-5, 2003.
 
29.   Paper read, “Has That Which Was Lost Been Found? C. S. Lewis’ ‘The Metrical Meditations of a Cod,’ ‘Early Poems’ and Spirits in Bondage” at 2003 Mythopoeic Conference, July 25-28, 2003, Scarritt-Bennett Center, Nashville, Tennessee.
 
30.   Paper read, “Silent Music: The Letters of Ruth Pitter,” 4th annual Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C. S. Lewis and Friends, March 12-14, 2004, Taylor University, Upland, IN.
 
31.   Paper read for me by Joe Christopher, “The Lost Poems of C. S. Lewis,” at the seventh annual C. S. Lewis and the Inklings conference, “Mere Christians, Then and Now,” April 1-3, 2004, Le Tourneau University, Longview, TX.
 
32.   Taught course, “Poets and Poetry: C. S. Lewis, Ruth Pitter, and Joy Davidman” at Lewis’ home, the Kilns, Oxford, July 3-17, 2004, as a part of the C. S. Lewis Foundation's Summer Seminar in Residence Program.
 
33.   Paper read, “Fire and Ice: C. S. Lewis and the Love poetry of Joy Davidman and Ruth Pitter” to Oxford University C. S. Lewis Society, Nov. 2, 2004. Expanded and presented at the C. S. Lewis Foundation Summer Institute, Oxbridge 2005, Oxford.
 
34.   Multiple presentations of Through the Wardrobe: The Baptized Imagination of C. S. Lewis in fall of 2005 at Border’s Bookstores in Atlanta and Charlotte; Barnes and Noble in Asheville; and in Columbia, SC
 
35.   Spoke as a part of a publisher’s panel at the 6th annual Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C. S. Lewis and Friends, June 1-4, 2006, Taylor University, Upland, IN.
 
36.   Attended and read a paper on Joy Davidman for the 10th annual C. S. Lewis & Inklings Society, “The Inklings and the Spiritual Journey,”at Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, TX, March 22-24, 2007.
 
37.   Presented “Out of My Bone: The Letters of Joy Davidman” at C. S. Lewis: The Man and His Work, a 21st Century Legacy sponsored by Southeastern Babptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC, Oct. 26, 2007.

38. Keynote speaker at the 8th annual Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C. S. Lewis and Friends, May 29-June 1, 2008, Taylor University, Upland, IN.

39. Keynote speaker, planned, and organized the Inklings Fellowship Weekend at Montreat College, Montreat, NC, April 17-19, 2009.

40. Taught course, “The Imagination and Apologetics of C. S. Lewis” at Lewis’ home, the Kilns, Oxford, July 11-25, 2009, as a part of the C. S. Lewis Foundation's Summer Seminar in Residence Program.

41.  Presented “Dear Jack: The Love Sonnets of Joy Davidman to C. S. Lewis” at 42nd Mythopoeic Conference, Albuquerque, NM, July 15-18, 2011.

42. Paper read, “A Naked Tree: The Love Sonnets of Joy Davidman to C. S. Lewis” to Oxford University C. S. Lewis Society, Nov. 15, 2011.

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