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Kirstin Jeffrey Johnson

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Latest revision as of 07:35, 6 December 2012

Dr. Kirstin Jeffrey Johnson is a George MacDonald scholar, and a free-lance writer and lecturer based in the Ottawa Valley, Canada. Her doctoral studies (Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts, University of St Andrews) considered the concept of Mythopoesis / Mythopoeia as defined by Tolkien and Lewis, and as attributed to George MacDonald – how and why MacDonald earned their acknowledgment as a great mythopoeic writer, and MacDonald’s own mythopoeic intent. Her writings include studies of the work of Tolkien, Lewis, MacDonald, Charles Williams, and Owen Barfield.


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  • 2007: “Tolkien & Mythopoesis” in Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature, and Theology, ed. Trevor Hart & Ivan Khovacs. Baylor Press. [attributed to “Kirstin Johnson,” original title: “Branches on the Tree of Tales: Tolkien and Mythopoesis.”]
  • 2007: “Curdie’s Intertextual Dialogue,” in George MacDonald: Literary Heritage and Heirs, ed. Roderick McGillis, Zossima Press.
  • 2012: “George MacDonald,” in The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, ed. George Kurian. Wiley-Blackwell.

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