Of Love and Friendship:The Films of Whit Stillman

October 11, 2017 - October 14, 2017
Faith and Reason Institute, Gonzaga University

United States

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Michael Foley
Baylor University
Whit Stillman

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Gonzaga University’s Faith and Reason Institute is pleased to announce the annual Seminar on Faith, Film and Philosophy, entitled “Of Love & Friendship: The Films of Whit Stillman.” The expatriot director will be our special guest. He will give a public talk on Thursday evening (12 October 2017) and participate in a Q&A after a viewing of one of his films on Friday evening (13 October 2017). Seminar members will have the chance to meet and interact with Stillman on Friday. In addition, Dr. Michael Foley (Great Texts Program, Honors College, Baylor University) will give a public lecture on Stillman on Wednesday evening (11 October 2017).

Proposals not longer than two pages (double-spaced), and in Word format, should be submitted electronically to Dr. Brian Clayton at claytonb@gonzaga.edu no later than midnight on 30 June 2017, and should include title, author(s), institutional affiliation (if any), mailing address, email address, and the text of the proposal. The seminar will conduct rolling acceptances beginning on 19 May 2017, responding to each individual proposal within a week. We will continue reviewing and responding to proposals made between 20 May 2017 and 30 June 2017 until the seminar is filled.

For further information please contact Dr. Brian Clayton, Director, Gonzaga University Faith and Reason Institute at claytonb@gonzaga.edu.

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June 30, 2017, 9:00pm CST

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