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In "God and Harry Potter at Yale: Teaching Faith and Fantasy in an Ivy League Classroom" (Unlocking Press), ...[Danielle Tumminio] explores how readers often overlook Christianity in J.K. Rowling's work.
When Tumminio, who holds three degrees from Yale and is an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Church, taught Christian Theology and Harry Potter at the Ivy League university during 2008 and 2009, the course drew a religiously diverse group of students, including an Indian Christian, a Kenyan Episcopalian and a Chinese atheist.
The Harry Potter expert says she structured her forthcoming book the way she did her class: by exploring Christianity's influence on Rowling's themes of evil, sin and resurrection.
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