Posts Tagged With: C.S. Lewis Study Centre
Debbie Higgins, Resident Director of the C.S. Lewis Study Centre (The Kilns) has shared with us a few photos of some recent notable visitors.
If you’re planning to conduct research or take a study leave or sabbatical in the Oxford area, the Study Centre at The Kilns offers a unique opportunity to live, study and fellowship within an intentional Christian scholarly community. During the academic year, The Kilns offers both short and long term residence opportunities to qualified visiting … Continue reading
“The very air here calls my heart to dance…” I wrote this sonnet while staying as a Scholar in Residence at the Kilns, C.S. Lewis’ home. During my stay, I realized that Oxford, and the Kilns and surrounding woods and fields in particular, is a ‘thin place’ for me: a place where what one might … Continue reading
As I write this, I am staying at The Kilns as a Scholar in Residence through the C.S. Lewis Foundation. It’s my first visit to The Kilns, and it’s marvelous. The house has been lovingly restored by volunteer labor to be much as possible how it was when C.S. Lewis and his brother Warnie lived … Continue reading
Dr. Greg Bourgond just released A Rattling of Sabers, the book that he wrote while at The Kilns as a Scholar-in-Residence in 2009. If you would like to purchase it through Amazon.com, while helping the C.S. Lewis Foundation to earn a referral percentage, click here. Here is the description of the book: Men – it … Continue reading