The Intercollegiate Studies Institute comes to Seattle, WA on Saturday, October 16th for a half-day conference on “Moral Imagination in Literature: The stories we tell, the people we become.”

Visit the Pacific Northwest for a weekend, spend a Saturday afternoon in stimulating conversation, then enjoy an excursion to the oldest continually operating farmers market in the United States, Pike Place Market.
Featured conference lectures include:

Why Literature Matters

  • Glenn Arbery, professor, Assumption College

Literature and Cultural Renewal: Flannery O’Connor and Walker Percy

  • Ben Alexander, professor, Franciscan University

The Affinity of Politics and Literature: The Moral Imagination in the Public Square

  • David Whalen, professor, Hillsdale College