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'''Christopher Joseph Seeman''' is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at [[wikipedia:Coe College|Coe College]] in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He has written both scholarly articles and gaming material concerned with [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s works.
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'''Chris Seeman''' is Associate Professor of Theology at [[wikipedia:Walsh University|Walsh University]] in North Canton, Ohio. He has written both scholarly articles and gaming material concerned with [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s works. Seeman is also the creator of the web site ''The Tolkien Music List''.
 
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==Bibliography==
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==Bibliography, selected==
 
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Selected (and incomplete) list of works.
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===Roleplaying Game Modules===
 
===Roleplaying Game Modules===
  
*[[MERP]]
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*[[Middle-earth Role Playing|MERP]]
**[[1995]]: ''[[MERP: The Kin-strife|The Kin-strife]]''
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**[[1995]]: ''[[The Kin-strife|The Kin-strife]]''
**[[1996]]: ''[[MERP: Southern Gondor, The Land|Southern Gondor: The Land]]''
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**[[1996]]: ''[[Southern Gondor: The Land|Southern Gondor: The Land]]''
**[[1996]]: ''[[MERP: Southern Gondor, The People|Southern Gondor: The People]]''  
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**[[1996]]: ''[[Southern Gondor: The People|Southern Gondor: The People]]''  
**[[1997]]: ''[[MERP: The Northern Waste|The Northern Waste]]''
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**[[1997]]: ''[[The Northern Waste|The Northern Waste]]''
**[[1997]]: ''[[MERP: Hands of the Healer|Hands of the Healer]]'' (editor)
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**[[1997]]: ''[[Hands of the Healer|Hands of the Healer]]'' (editor)
 
*[[LOTRRPG]]
 
*[[LOTRRPG]]
 
**[[2003]]: ''[[Fell Beasts and Wondrous Magic]]''
 
**[[2003]]: ''[[Fell Beasts and Wondrous Magic]]''
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**"Tolkien and Campbell Compared" (pgs 43-48)
 
**"Tolkien and Campbell Compared" (pgs 43-48)
 
*[[1992]]: ''[[The First and Second Ages]]''
 
*[[1992]]: ''[[The First and Second Ages]]''
**"Purity and Danger in Middle-earth"  
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**"Purity and Danger in Middle-earth"
 
*[[1993]]-[[2001]]: ''[[Other Hands]]''  
 
*[[1993]]-[[2001]]: ''[[Other Hands]]''  
 
**[various, in all issues]
 
**[various, in all issues]
*[[1994]]: ''[[Arda (journal)|Arda]] 1988-1991''
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*[[1994]]: ''[[Arda (annual)|Arda]] 1988-1991''
 
**"Tolkien's Conception of Evil: An Anthropological Approach"
 
**"Tolkien's Conception of Evil: An Anthropological Approach"
 
*[[1995]]: ''[[Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference]]''
 
*[[1995]]: ''[[Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference]]''
 
**"Tolkien's Revision of the Romantic Tradition"
 
**"Tolkien's Revision of the Romantic Tradition"
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*[[2008]]: ''[[Other Minds]]'', Issue 3
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**"A Game Designer's Guide to ''Parma Eldalamberon'' 17"
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
  
 
*[http://www.lotrplaza.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=230587 "Death and Language: Keysprings of the ''The Lord of the Rings''" - lecture by Chris Seeman]
 
*[http://www.lotrplaza.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=230587 "Death and Language: Keysprings of the ''The Lord of the Rings''" - lecture by Chris Seeman]
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*[http://www.tolkien-music.com ''The Tolkien Music List'']
  
 
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Chris Seeman
Biographical information
EducationPh.D. in Near Eastern Religions
OccupationAssociate Professor of Theology
LocationWalsh University, Ohio

Chris Seeman is Associate Professor of Theology at Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio. He has written both scholarly articles and gaming material concerned with J.R.R. Tolkien's works. Seeman is also the creator of the web site The Tolkien Music List.

Bibliography, selected

Roleplaying Game Modules

Articles

External links