Book Reviews

What Makes a Life

This is a story that begins with the end of the world. As a young man named Sam Waxworth arrives from “the provinces” to start his new up-and-coming job in New York City, he watches a long-bearded, seemingly fanatical Herman Nash proclaim that the world…
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August 16, 2020
Articles & Essays

O’Connor and Race

In 1974, ten years after Flannery O’Connor died, Alice Walker visited O’Connor’s farm in Georgia. It was located minutes from the sharecropper shack where Walker had once lived. ­Walker had read O’Connor voraciously but put her stories away when she discovered other writers, whom she…
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August 7, 2020
InterviewsPodcast & Radio Interviews

Interview on “Hallie Weekly”

The Catholic Channel SiriusXM (February 17, 2017) Check out this interview on Hallie Lord's website: https://hallieweekly.libsyn.com/hallie-talks-to-dr-jessica-wilson-about-the-value-of-great-literature-on-the-spiritual-life Check out this interview on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/hallie-lord/hallie-weekly/e/49162807 Check out this interview on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hallie-talks-to-dr-jessica-wilson-about-value-great/id1154514691?i=1000381352169
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February 17, 2017
Articles & Essays

Scandalized Reading

"For three years, I judged Christian novels for Christianity Today’s Novel of the Year Award. One year it was almost unbearable. I found the contenders all but unreadable.” For three years, I judged Christian novels for Christianity Today’s Novel of the Year Award. One year it was…
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February 8, 2017
Interviews

U.S. Fulbright Grantee Experience Interview

https://youtu.be/mKOa1MvO1y8 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…
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March 12, 2014