Culture, Communion and Recovery: Tolkienian Fairy-Story and Inter-Religious Exchange
Alana M. Vincent is the Rothschild Fellow in Jewish Studies at the University of Glasgow, and formerly the Barbro Osher Research Fellow in Memory of Krister Stendahl at the Swedish Theological Institute in Jerusalem. Her areas of specialization are in contemporary Judaism, Jewish-Christian dialogue, and religion and the arts. She is the author of Remembering Amalek (Pickwick Press, 2012) and editor of Memory, Mourning, Landscape (Rodopi, 2010).
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