Being a postgraduate student of James K. Cameron
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Bruce Gordon recounts how his time spent as a student of James Cameron effectively shaped him as a scholar. Central to this was the need for breadth – to strive to understand the whole of the temporal and spatial sphere he sought to operate in as a church historian – as well as rigorous standards in the finer arts of research and writing. From this emerges a portrait of James Cameron as a man as well as a teacher: one with an incisive mind coupled with a generosity of spirit that led him to share his expertise and to draw out the best from others.
Gordon, B. (2012). Being a postgraduate student of James K. Cameron. Theology in Scotland, 19(1), pp. 29-34.
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