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From Lynden, Washington to Cape Town, South Africa and Back Again: The Journey of Susan VanZanten

by Ron Wells. I’ve been reading a lot lately about “history and memory,” especially books of memoir. I am also advising two friends – one an award-winning peace activist, the other a retired college president – as they write their … Continue reading

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History and Memoir: Ordinary Life as History

by Ron Wells. Some people reading this may recall Dr. Dale Brown, formerly of the English Department at Calvin. He was the guiding light of the Calvin Festival of Faith and Writing. He is now at King College in Tennessee, … Continue reading

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