The Influence of Swedenborg on the Religious Ideas of Henry James, Sr.
Type of Event: Address
Date Recorded: February 08, 1988
Location: Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall
Groups: Swedenborg Symposium 1988
Theme: Swedenborg and His Influence. Session 4: Swedenborg and the American Enlightenment.
Dwight Hoover is Professor of History at Ball State University. He received his doctorate from the University of Iowa. He has specialized in three facets of American history: intellectual, urban, and black. Among the recurrent themes in his research and publications is that of "Middletown," Muncie, Indiana. He has written widely on cultural and ethnic themes in American life. Especially pertinent to this Symposium is his book, "Henry James, Sr. and the Religion of Community". (To see all 24 talks from this event, select "Swedenborg Symposium" from the Group search on the home page.)
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