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Events 2017-2018

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June 7, 2018
5pm, details TBA

Major/Minor Social with Professor Babak Rahimi
Students will be emailed invitations in May.

MAY 31, 2018
Governance Rm., Price Center East, Lvl 4

Kafka's Judaism
Kathi Diamant, San Diego State University.

Free. No registration.

MAY 29, 2018
Price Center West, Green Table Rm

Muscular Christianity as Powerlifting and Feats of Strength in Modern Day United States
Kimberly Diaz presents her Honors in Religion thesis

Free. No registration.

MAY 17, 2018
Social Sciences Bldg., Rm. 103

Race and Infrastructure in Colonial Mexico
Daniel Nemser, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Michigan State University.
John Blanco, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Spanish and Cultural Studies, UC San Diego.

Free. No registration.

MAY 1, 2018
LIT 355 (Third Floor)

Andrei Tarkovsky's "Nosthalgia"
Film screening. Free. Open to students and faculty. Refreshments will be served.

APR 12, 2018
Atkinson Hall Theater

Poetics of Spirituality: A Poetic Performance
Erika Brown, Anna Gasaway, Pianta, and Chase Wiswesser. Free. No registration.

APR 12, 2018
Literature 455

Confessions of the Flesh: A Public Talk on Michel Foucault's Latest Book
Razvan Amironesei, Marcel Henaff. Free. No registration.

MAR 8, 2018
Literature 155

Conversations with Poet Hiromi Ito

JAN 11, 2018
Literature 155

After Deportation: The Case of Afghan Deportees
Shahram Khosravi, Professor, Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University

NOV 16, 2017
Village 15-A

Shakespeare and Religion
Daniel Vitkus (Literature), Seth Lerer (Literature), Mahmood Karimi-Hakak (Siena College)
NOV 7, 2017
Atkinson Hall
Ethnopoetics of Shamanism
Marcel de Lima Santos, Professor of Literatures in English, Federal University of Minas Gerais
NOV 2, 2017
Price Center Forum
Climate Change and Religion
How does religion, in its diverse forms, understand climate change? 
OCT 17, 2017
Atkinson Hall
Remembering the Reformation: Local and Global Questions
A day of discussion on how the Reformation changed the world.