Preliminary Schedule

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Below is the preliminary schedule for the 2019 C.S. Lewis Conference & Faculty Forum. Please note that this is a preliminary schedule that is subject to changes as needed and will be updated as changes are made.

Friday, February 22, 2019

3:00 - 6:30Main Conference Check-In
3:15 - 5:15Bonus session for early arrivals
- C.S. Lewis 101 Q&A with Andrew Lazo
CONFERENCE BEGINS
6:00Reception with hors d'oeuvres
7:00EVENING SESSION
- Conference Welcome - Stan Mattson
- Meditation/Devotional
- Plenary Session #1: Larry Arnn on the 75th Anniversary of The Abolition of Man
- Music Performance: Bob Bennett
9:30 - 11:00Bag End Cafe (optional late night gathering): Bring your talents, poetry, or short readings for this informal, part open-mic, part talent show, after hours gathering. (each participant is limited to 3-4 minutes).

 

Saturday, February 23, 2019

7:30 a.m.Morning Prayer (optional)
8:00Breakfast (for hotel guests)
9:00MORNING SESSION
- Meditation/Devotional
- Plenary Session #2: Jerry Root
10:30Break
10:50 – 11:50Breakout sessions #1:
- Andrew Lazo -- The Gaze and the Garden:Virtue and Vision in C. S. Lewis
- Donald McConnell -- Seeing things as they really are through the eyes of the ages: C.S. Lewis & Great Books Education
- Mary Key -- Women and C.S. Lewis: The Story Behind the Book
- Academic Roundtable session 1
12:30 p.m.Lunch together
1:45p.m. - 2:45p.m.Breakout Sessions #2:
- Jerry Root (topic: The Abolition of Man)
- Carrie Birmingham -- Grown Birds and Poultry Keepers (topic: education track: what Lewis has to say about education and learning)
- Vishal Mangalwadi -- topic to be determined
- Academic Roundtable session 2
2:45- 4:00Free time
4:00Documentary on Lewis/Tolkien, with Ralph Linhardt
5:00Book Signing
6:15EVENING SESSION
- Dinner
- Music Performance - Bob Bennett
- Plenary Session #3 - Mary Poplin, "Restoring Virtue and Truth in the University"
8:30Conference ends
8:45Bag End Cafe (optional late night gathering): Bring your talents, poetry, or short readings for this informal, part open-mic, part talent show, after hours gathering. (each participant is limited to 3-4 minutes).

 

 


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