- Australian-born writer, arts critic, and photographer, Anna Blanch, spends alot of time thinking and talking about thoughtful and biblically founded engagement with arts and culture. She has had scholarly & freelance articles published in a wide range of publications including Englewood Review of Books, Australian Folklore, and Case Magazine and she often talks about literature and theology at academic conferences. With degrees from the Australian National University and Baylor University, Anna is presently in her final year of a PhD at the Institute of Theology, Imagination and the Arts, at the University of St Andrews, Scotland where she is also a tutor. Her academic research focuses both on the work of iconic British author, E.Nesbit (author of Railway Children) and the role of literature in spiritual formation. She finds photography, enjoying her environment and its fruits, and being in community bring her joy. She can also be found at Transpositions, a collaborative project on Theology, Imagination, and the Arts, and even more often on her blog, Goannatree, where she provides resources for Christian Scholars, muses about Theology & Literature, and reflects on her expatriate life. She likes to ask people what's been inspiring them lately, because the answers inspire her and she loves hearing people's stories and she's find that this is a great way to get people talking.
About The Big Bible Project
From 2010–2015, the BigBible Project sought to host conversations about the Bible through local reading groups & online conversations. Since 2016, the project has taken a slightly different focus, hosting discussion from experts on Biblical Literacy and Biblical Reception in a Digital World.
The 2010–2015 archive can be found here.
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