Lucas Nossaman

Lucas Nossaman
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Lucas Nossaman is a doctoral student in English at the University of Tennessee. He focuses on religion and the environment in nineteenth-century American literature and in Southern literature, and his work has appeared in Christianity and Literature and Renascence. He lives in south Knoxville with his wife, son, and dog Bess.

Recent Essays

Rise Up, O Saints, and Plant Gardens

Jake Meador’s In Search of the Common Good: Christian Fidelity in a Fractured World is a remarkably successful attempt to bring together the core teachings of Christianity and the community-centered practices of an economic life less dependent on global capitalism.

Chesterton and Belloc are not Enough

In preparing a new volume of essays titled Who Owns America? A New Declaration of Independence (1936), Allen Tate and Herbert Agar sought to extend...