Sacredness of rhythm illuminates texts

Sacredness of rhythm illuminates texts

Shaila Van Sickle, professor emerita of English at Fort Lewis College, talks Sunday about the origins of language during the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango’s summer lecture series on “Bringing Texts to Life.”

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The lecture series on "Bringing Texts to Life" at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango continues through the middle of August. Services begin at 10 a.m. at the fellowship, located at 419 San Juan Drive, southwest of Needham Elementary School. The lectures are:



  • Sunday – Poetry as Spiritual Practice: A Way of Knowing, a Way of Making Known, by Doreen Hunter.

  • June 28 – Nonviolent Communication: A language of life, a path to peace, by Terry Swan.

  • July 5 – Walker Percy’s The Moviegoer, by Brooks Taylor.

  • July 19 – Lover Boy: The Legend of Don Juan, by Judith Reynolds.

  • July 26 – The "Ramayana," by Sara Ransom.

  • Aug. 2 – Antigone by Sophocles, presented by Judy Hook.

  • Aug. 16 – The Power of Tolle: Thinkin’ about the future, worryin’ about the past, by Dinah Leavitt Swan.

Sacredness of rhythm illuminates texts

Shaila Van Sickle, professor emerita of English at Fort Lewis College, talks Sunday about the origins of language during the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango’s summer lecture series on “Bringing Texts to Life.”

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