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Two recent publications, and contact information:

      My lecture, “Conrad Wright’s Search for a Usable Past,” presented at the Symposium “The Living Legacy of Conrad Wright,” at Harvard Divinity School, October 26, 2011, has been published in

Journal of Unitarian Universalist History,

    Vol. XXXV (2011-1012), Kathleen Parker, Editor.
      (For membership in the Unitarian Universalist History and Heritage Society and to receive its journal, email to Paul Sprecher:

membership@uuhs.org

    .)
      The first part of my lecture, “‘What’s Past Is Prologue’: James Luther Adams and the Unitarian Universalists,” the 2011 James Luther Adams Forum on Religion and Society, presented November 10, 2011, at Andover Newton Theological School, in Newton, Mass. was published in the British journal,

Faith and Freedom: A journal of progressive religion published at Harris Manchester College, Oxford, England  

    (Vol. 65, Nr. 174; Spring and Summer, 2012), Rev. David Steers, Editor.   A second part of the lecture will be published in the next issue.
      (For subscriptions in USA and Canada, write E. Godfrey, 12706 42nd Ave. NE, Seattle WA 98125.  Or contact the Editor by emal:

nspresb@hotmail.com

    .)

 an inside view of Campicello Vineyard

      at harvest-time, go to Diana Boeke’s blog,

www.cluelessfarmer.wordpress.com/2010/11/6/friends-with-grapes

    .  This post includes some great photos of our vineyard-with-Blue Ridge Mountains view.  More information to come about “the wild grape,” called  Norton, that we grow and press and turn into a deep red wine.   Diana’s blog is full of wit and wisdom on learning sustainable agriculture–look it up!

Art photography on display:  Patricia Galagan, of Santa Fe, NM has photographs that convey a perceptive and personal sense of place, one set on Cuba today, another soon to come (she reports) on our own Campicello vineyard in Madison County, Virginia.  Her website: www.patriciagalaganphotography.com

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