Wednesday, January 07, 2009

u2 academic fan bio note

So as an invited presenter – Sampling and reframing: the evolving live concert performances of “Bullet the blue sky” – at the May 13-15 U2 Academic conference, I need to provide a 75 word bio. At the risk of seeming a groupie, I decided it was time to nurture my “inner fan” :)

Hence: Steve Taylor was a Boy in Papua New Guinea, matured under Under the Blood Red Skies of New Zealand, fell in love beside a Joshua Tree and became a cheering Passenger at the births of his two daughters. He is a writer, lecturer and creator of spirituality resources. His PhD (University of Otago) analysed new forms of church in contemporary culture. He is Senior Lecturer, Laidlaw College, Senior Pastor, Opawa Baptist Church and blogs at www.emergentkiwi.org.nz.

Today I need to go to do some work on the paper. I need to FORCE myself to go and watch Popmart and read about installation art and reframing in new media. Some days really are better than others.

Posted by steve at 09:20 AM

2 Comments

  1. hey steve…don’t know if you remember, but we met in south africa for that conference…anyway, there is a hint of a possibility that i might be in new york at the time where you will be presenting a paper on the u2 conference. i would love to join that, and meet with you. anyway, i hope my trip pushes through…regards!

    Comment by Anthony dela Fuente — February 15, 2009 @ 8:15 pm

  2. of course i remember you and i have continued to follow your blog a bit. would be great to see you. i will arrive a bit earlier, and head out to Canada straight after to speak at another emerging church conference. do hope to connect, as we have much ground to cover,

    steve

    Comment by steve — February 15, 2009 @ 9:00 pm

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