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Today, I welcome a new guest contributor to Goannatree. Michael Sturdy is a Graduate Student in History and is interested in the role of Religion in History. You can read his full Contributor profile here. I look forward to seeing many more posts from Michael as he takes us through his research and his diverse [...]

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Reflection: Dr Rose Bexar on Christmas

by Anna Blanch on December 22, 2009

This Christmas season I’ve asked some of the Guest Contributors to write a little about their own Christmas Traditions, especially in the context of the Theology and the Arts. Today I bring you Dr. Rose Bexar. You can find out more about Dr. Rose on her Contributor profile. You can take a look at some [...]

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Once again, I hand over the post to Dr. Rose Bexar and the 6th and final part of her series “On Listening Critically.” Other parts can be read at their original posts:Part 1: Taking Stock of a New Fandom, Part 2: Animals are for Eating, and Other Timeless TruthsPart 3: Listen to the BandPart 4: [...]

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Guest Post: Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music?

by Anna Blanch on November 12, 2009

Once again, I hand over the post to Dr. Rose Bexar and the 5th part of her series “On Listening Critically.” Other parts can be read at their original posts: Part 1: Taking Stock of a New Fandom, Part 2: Animals are for Eating, and Other Timeless TruthsPart 3: Listen to the BandPart 4: Sounds [...]

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Guest Post: After Easter (Part II)

by Anna Blanch on October 30, 2009

As promised, this morning I bring you the second part of a guest post from Preston Yancey titled “After Easter”.  You can take a look at some of the other recent contributors and their profiles here.  Part 1 of this post can be found here. _____________________ After Easter Part IIPreston Yancey Previously, I explored the [...]

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Guest Post: After Easter (Part I)

by Anna Blanch on October 29, 2009

This fine (overcast and rainy) Scottish morn I bring you a guest post from Preston Yancey. Preston is a talented writer who also has a blog of his own over at http://www.seeprestonblog.com. You can take a look at some of the other recent contributors and their profiles here.  Part 2 of this post will appear [...]

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Once again,  I hand over the post to Dr. Rose Bexar and the 4th part of her series “On Listening Critically.” Part 1: Taking Stock of a New Fandom,  Part 2: Animals are for Eating, and Other Timeless TruthsPart 3. You can find out more about Dr. Rose on her Contributor profile. You can take a [...]

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Today and tomorrow I hand over the post to Dr. Rose Bexar and the 3rd and 4th parts of her series “On Listening Critically.” Parts 1 “Part 1: Taking Stock of a New Fandom” and 2 “Part 2: Animals are for Eating, and Other Timeless Truths” can be found here and here respectively. You can [...]

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Guest Post: Dr. Rose Bexar on On Listening Critically, Part 2: Animals Are For Eating, and Other Timeless Truths

August 17, 2009

Today I bring you the second part of the thought-provoking two-part guest post Dr. Rose Bexar, newly minted PhD, medievalist, and scholar of fandom! This is an insightful examination of what it means to listen critically. You can find out more about Dr. Rose on her Contributor profile. You can take a look at some [...]

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Guest Post: Rose Bexar on On Listening Critically, Part 1: Taking Stock of a New Fandom

August 16, 2009

Today I bring you another guest post. Actually, this is the first part of a two-parter. This time I welcome Dr Rose Bexar, new;y minted PhD, medievalist, and scholar of fandom! I guarantee you will learn a great deal about Die Prinzen and that’s just for starters! This is an insightful examination of what it [...]

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