March 23rd, 2017
Independent philosopher and writer is final speaker in William Penn Honors Program’s 2016-17 lecture series
NEWBERG, Ore. – George Fox University’s William Penn Honors Program invites the public to a free lecture, “On the True Version of an Event: Saint Augustine of Hippo’s Conversion,” presented by independent philosopher and writer Miles Hollingworth on Thursday, April 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Room 105 of the school’s Hoover Academic Building.
Hollingworth is well-known for his work on Saint Augustine of Hippo. He is a past winner of the Jerwood Award for Non-Fiction from the Royal Society of Literature and the Elizabeth Longford Scholarship from the Society of Authors.
A philosopher who writes about the key texts and figures of the Western tradition, Hollingworth is founder and editor of the forthcoming book series Reading Augustine as well as the coeditor of the Edinburgh Companion to Political Realism. In 2011, he was shortlisted for the Gladstone History Prize. His new book, Ludwig Wittgenstein: An Intellectual Biography, is to be published by Oxford University Press this fall.
A reception for those interested in learning more about the William Penn Honors Program will be held immediately following the lecture. Program director Joseph Clair will be in attendance.
For more information about the lecture or the honors program, call 503-554-2152 or visit georgefox.edu/honors.
George Fox University is ranked by Forbes among the top Christian universities in the country and is a Christian college classified by U.S. News & World Report as a first-tier regional university. More than 4,000 students attend classes on the university’s campus in Newberg, Ore., and at teaching centers in Portland, Salem and Redmond, Ore. George Fox offers bachelor’s degrees in more than 40 majors, degree-completion programs for working adults, six seminary degrees, and 13 master’s and doctoral degrees.
Events Coordinator, William Penn Honors Program
George Fox University