Andrew Cunning is a PhD candidate at Queen’s University Belfast. He works on Marilynne Robinson, with a special focus on the theological significance of her writing, both fiction and essays. He holds a MA in Theology/Philosophy from Queens.

Review: Marilynne Robinson Symposium

While, as Ames states in Gilead, “Memory can make a thing seem more than it was”, this is certainly not the case for this thought-provoking and timely symposium. In providing a forum for discussion of new perspectives and research on Robinson’s work, the event was a resounding success. Continue reading