"Engaging Eliot: Four Quartets in Word, Color, and Sound" Celebration of Art and Faith Academic Colloquium
0016 Westbrook Building, Duke Divinity School
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Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts will host an academic colloquium as a part of its "Engaging Eliot: Four Quartets in Word, Color, and Sound" series, a multi-faceted celebration of art and faith exploring the poetry of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets.
The colloquium will feature professors Michael Moses of the Duke Department of English, Gennifer Weisenfeld of the Duke Art, Art History, and Visual Studies Department, and the Divinity School's Dean Richard Hays. Ellen Davis, professor of Bible and Practical Theology at Duke Divinity School, will moderate.
The colloquium will focus on the way in which Eliot's poetic vision can be explored in word, color, and sound. The free event is open to the Divinity and Duke communities. Registration is recommended.