Structuring the Scholarly Imagination

From Christian Scholarship in the 21st Century: Prospects and Perils

Dr. Elizabeth Hall constructs a vital framework for Christian scholarship that, in her opinion, is largely absent from the field. Her lecture provides fundamental considerations such as the goals, boundaries, and inspirations necessary for pairing faith and academic study. She particularly engages in a conversation about what she calls the "lack of scaffolding" for Christian faculty in the way of resources for doing productive scholarship.

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    3. Structuring the Scholarly Imagination

    by Elizabeth Lewis Hall

    53:37 — May 18, 2012

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