Women Authors in the Torrey Curriculum

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Women writers were not always on the forefront of the literary world. Now that more female authors are contributing to the Great Books canon, how should we respond?

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  • Matt Jenson  

    • Torrey Honors Institute
    • Associate Professor of Theology
  • Anneke Stasson

    • Assistant Professor, Torrey Honors Institute
  • Adam Johnson  

    • Assistant Professor of Theology, Torrey Honors Institute, Biola University

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    18. Women Authors in the Torrey Curriculum

    by Matt Jenson, Anneke Stasson, and Adam Johnson

    7:58 — April 8, 2016

    Women Authors in the Torrey Curriculum

    Women writers were not always on the forefront of the literary world. Now that more female authors are contributing to the Great Books canon, how should we respond?

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