The Thursday lectures are part of a student seminar on Lewis and the Inklings
but visitors are welcome.
Thursday, April 16 10:00 am “Lewis’s many uses of the Imagination” in Reade 120
Friday , April 17 7:00 pm “C. S. Lewis, Hell and the love of God” in MMVA 002
The Center for the Study of C.S. Lewis & Friends
The Center for the Study of C.S. Lewis and Friends at Taylor University seeks to facilitate and encourage the reading and study of C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Charles Williams, Dorothy L. Sayers, and Owen Barfield.
The focal point of the Center is the Brown Collection, located in the lower level of the Zondervan Library. The Brown Collection consists of first editions, letters, manuscripts, photographs, and other items relating to these authors. It is considered to be the third largest C.S. Lewis collection in the world. The Center also contains a replica of the pub where Lewis met with a group of friends who called themselves “The Inklings.” The Center is open when classes are in session on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 1:30 - 4:30 pm, with other times available by contacting us.
The Center hosts a C.S. Lewis Society, the goal of which is to celebrate and discuss the lives of Lewis and related authors. The group meets from September to May, holding events throughout the school year.