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Jessica Hooten Wilson

Book Reviews

Interview with Phil Klay

In April 2017, during the first day of The Future of the Catholic Imagination Conference at Fordham University, I chose to lunch outside on the squatty cement wall lining the Lowenstein Atrium on Fordham’s Manhattan campus. Already investigating the contents of his boxed lunch was…
December 1, 2017
Articles & Essays

Willing to Suffer

How one of America’s greatest Christian authors viewed the thing we all fear It is hard to want to suffer; I presume Grace is necessary for the want,” Flannery O’Connor wrote these lines in her prayer journal in 1946 while she was a graduate student…
October 16, 2017

Interview for the Southern Literary Review

Check out this article by Allen Mendenhall in the Southern Literary Review here. AM:  You’ve written three books in quick succession that should appeal to readers of Southern Literary Review.  The first involves Flannery O’Connor, and the second and third, Walker Percy.  I’d like to start…
InterviewsPodcast & Radio Interviews

Interview on “Hallie Weekly”

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February 17, 2017

U.S. Fulbright Grantee Experience Interview Jessica Hooten Wilson, Associate Professor of John Brown University in Arkansas, teaches at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague in summer semester 2014. In this video she explains why she has chosen Prague and how she finds the teaching here. More information…
March 12, 2014