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Sabbatical: looking for lost harps on lonely willow trees – part 1: Blackfriars Hall in Oxford and Psalm 137
This spring I have had the privilege to take a sabbatical from my teaching and administrative responsibilities at Seattle Pacific University and come with my family to Oxford University where I am a visiting research scholar for 2012 at Blackfriars Hall. Blackfriars is what is termed a permanent private hall (PPH) of Oxford University which is a bit distinct from the other colleges. Permanent Private Halls are established by … There’s more to read here.