Vol 3, No 1 (2016)

Conversations is an online peer-reviewed academic journal which aims to be a forum for discussion of topics in the humanities, social sciences, and theology. In this edition, Brady Kal Cox reflects on the most effective ways to memorialize the Holocaust through the use of public spaces. Meanwhile, English graduate student Mark Lee Patterson examines the transition from pagan holidays to Christian holy days within the Merlin section of the thirteenth-century Old French Vulgate Cycle, and Kaitlin Puckett looks at the spatial rhetoric of Texas Children's Hospital.

Table of Contents


A Personal Reflection on the Nature and Value of Public Memory in Holocaust Memorials PDF
Brady Kal Cox
Texas Children's Hospital: Design as Therapy PDF
Kaitlin Puckett
Holidays and Holy Days: The Significance of the Pagan/Christian Calendar in the French Vulgate Account of King Arthur and His Round Table PDF
Mark Lee Patterson

ISSN 2332-4546