Course & Schedule
This C.S. Lewis seminar will take place during the summer semester May 9-August 12, 2017 with a required one-week class in Oxford, England from June 18-25, 2017.
We are offering the following course:
Graduates/Undergraduates: COM 685 - Seminar: C.S. Lewis & Friends: Communication, Myth and Imagination (3 credits)
- Undergraduates must take this as a graduate class and pay the graduate tuition and school fees
Doctoral: COM 785 - Seminar: C.S. Lewis & Friends: Communication, Myth and Imagination (3 credits)
The course consists of:
- An online prologue May 8-June 17
- Classes meet in Oxford, England June 18-25
- An online epilogue June 26-August 12
See Important Dates for more details.
During this course you will:
Discuss C.S. Lewis' major works including The Chronicles of Narnia, The Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce, Mere Christianity, Surprised by Joy and others.
Study at The Kilns, Lewis' home.
Interact with noted Lewis scholars.
Reflect as you stroll on Addison’s walk, where Lewis' life was changed.
Explore Magdalen College, where Lewis taught.
Dine and engage in scholarly discussions at Lewis' favorite pubs.
Tour various sites in Oxford such as Christ Church, Merton College & the Bodleian Library.
Have opportunities to take part in cultural and academic activities.
Visit the University Church of St. Mary the Virgin where Lewis gave his famous sermon.