Lewis Legacy Readers Who Contributed To The C. S. Lewis Readers’ Encyclopedia

The Lewis Legacy-Issue 76, Spring 1998 The C.S. Lewis Foundation for Truth in Publishing

D. Aeshliman has written for journals on both sides of the Atlantic and has taught at Columbia, The University of Virginia, and two Swiss universities. He is currently Docente in English at the University of Italian Switzerland in Lugano and Associate Professor of Education at Boston University. His book The Restitution of Man: C. S. Lewis and the Case Against Scientism is being republished in a second edition by Eerdmans in 1998.

Rev. Perry C. Bramlett of Louisville, Kentucky is the founder of C. S. Lewis for the Local Church Interstate Ministries, a teaching ministry on the life, works and influence of Lewis. He is the author of C. S. Lewis: Life at the Center (1996), and the only person in America who teaches Lewis to churches and groups as a full-time vocation.

John Bremer was born in England, and has degrees from the University of Cambridge, the University of Leicester, and St. John’s College. He is Director, Institute of Philosophy, PO Box 518, Ludlow, VT 05149.

Corbin S. Carnell teaches 20th century British literature and world literature Dan film at the University of Florida. He has authored five books and more than three dozen scholarly articles.

Joe R. Christopher is a Professor of English at Tarleton State University, where he teaches advanced courses in Medieval and Renaissance British literature and the history of the English language. His writings on C. S. Lewis include his doctoral dissertation, The Romances of Clive Staples Lewis; his collaboration with Joan K. Ostling, C. S. Lewis: An Annotated Checklist of Writings about Him and His Works; and his volume in Twayne’s English Authors Series, C. S. Lewis.

Robert O. Evans, Professor Emeritus at the University of Kentucky and the University of New Mexico, has taught at a number of colleges and universities including the University of Wisconsin, The American College in Paris and the University of Saarbrucken in Germany. He is author of eleven books and more than fifty articles.

Anne Gardner is a free-lance writer and educator.

Carolyn Keefe is Professor Emerita of Communications Studies at West Chester University, the editor of C. S. Lewis: Speaker & Teacher and a frequent speaker on Lewis. In 1990 the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education named her as the Pennsylvania Professor of the Year.

Kathryn Lindskoog is a California author and college instructor who has been a C. S. Lewis expert since 1955; seven of her 18 books are about him. She met Lewis in 1956, and after he read her thesis in 1957 he wrote “You are in the centre of the target everywhere. For one thing, you know my work better than anyone else I’ve met. . .”

Gilbert Meilaender has taught religious ethics at the University of Virginia and at Oberlin College and currently holds the Board of Directors Chair in Christian Ethics at Valparaiso University. He has written extensively on Lewis including The Taste for the Other: The Social and Ethical Thought of C. S. Lewis.

Nancy-Lou Patterson, Distinguished Professor Emerita, University of Waterloo, is Reviews Editor of Mythlore. An internationally recognized scholar, author and liturgical artist, she publishes frequently on C. S. Lewis.

John G. West, Jr. is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Seattle Pacific University and a Senior Fellow at the Seattle-based Discovery Institute, where he directs the program on religion, liberty, and civic life. His previous books include The Politics of Revelation and Reason: Religion and Civic Life in the New Nation.

Charles Wrong studied briefly under Lewis at Oxford. Now Professor Emeritus, he had taught at a number of colleges in the United States including Brown University and the University of Florida.