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'Live without love, or without the love I want’

Anglican women novelists on human love and love of the Church.

Anglican Women Novelists: From Charlotte Bronte to P.D. James explored the life and work of thirteen remarkable writers. With Judith Maltby, Alison Shell, Sara L. Pearson and Catherine Fox.

2.30pm Saturday 22nd February 2020
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Judith Maltby

Judith Maltby is Reader in Church History at the University of Oxford and Chaplain & Fellow of Corpus Christi College.  She has published widely on the history of Anglicanism, particularly the Book of Common Prayer and parish religion, Anglicanism’s literary culture, as well as issues of topical concern.  With Alison Shell, she is the co-editor of Anglican Women Novelists:  Charlotte Brontë to P.D. James (Bloomsbury, 2019).  Judith is also an honorary canon of Christ Church, Oxford, Leicester Cathedral, Canon Theologian (Emerita) of Winchester and a member of the General Synod and the Crown Nominations Commission of the Church of England.

Alison Shell

Alison Shell is a Professor of English Literature at University College London. She has written widely on the literature and history of Christianity, and has a particular interest in Anglicanism and Catholicism. In 2019, she and Judith Maltby co-authored Anglican Women Novelists: From Charlotte Brontë to P.D. James (Bloomsbury).

Sara Pearson

Sara Pearson is an Associate Professor of English at Trinity Western University, Canada. She has published on Christianity and biblical intertextuality in Romantic and Victorian literature, with a particular focus on Charlotte Brontë. In 2016 she co-authored with Christine Alexander Celebrating Charlotte Brontë: Transforming Life into Literature in Jane Eyre.

Catherine Fox

Dr Catherine Wilcox is a senior lecturer in Creative Writing at Manchester Metropolitan University. Writing as Catherine Fox, she is author of seven novels that explore themes of the spiritual and the physical with insight and humour. Her Lindchester Chronicles are published by Marylebone House/SPCK.

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