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The Promethean, Volume 13, Number 01, Fall/Winter 2004, English Department, Concordia University-Portland Sep 2004

The Promethean, Volume 13, Number 01, Fall/Winter 2004, English Department, Concordia University-Portland

The Promethean

How do we decide what kind of material to print in the Promethean? It seems like that ought to be a simple question to answer, even one with an obvious answer: the best writing from the students, staff, and faculty of Concordia University. But, in fact, it's a question and a conflict that while it has frustrated some students and Promethean staffers, has ultimately vitalized our sense of purpose and energized the conversation about the role and shape of the literary arts at a Christian university. And so, since last spring, we have been wrestling with questions of what ...


The Promethean, Fall/Winter 2003-04, English Department Jan 2004

The Promethean, Fall/Winter 2003-04, English Department

The Promethean

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The Promethean, Volume 12, Number 02, Winter 2004, English Department, Concordia University-Portland Jan 2004

The Promethean, Volume 12, Number 02, Winter 2004, English Department, Concordia University-Portland

The Promethean

Welcome to the Fall/Winter 2003-04 issue of The Promethean. We are pleased to feature essays, poems, and artwork contributed by members of the Concordia University community during the fall semester. This is our most substantial issue to date and we are pleased with the breadth of perspective and genre that is represented. This issue features the three entries in our annual fall themed-essay forum: "Is the World a Safer Place?" The writers that participated, printed here, offer thoughtful reflections on our responses to September 11 and the war on tenorism.

Also in this issue local poet David Biespiel reflects ...