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Past Events
2009-2010

Dr. Nathan Katz, the 2009-10 Aronov Lecturer

 

 

 

 

Public Lectures 2009-10

The Eighth Annual Aronov Lecture

Dr. Nathan Katz

"Religious Practices and Communal Identity of Cochin Jews: Models, Metaphors, and Methods of Diasporic Religious Acculturation"

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The 2009-10 Aronov Lecture would not be possible without the support of the following units: College of Arts & Sciences, Asian Studies, Honors College, New College, and University Libraries.


TAK Student Lunch Discussion Series

Vaia Touna
March 31, 2010
12:30-1:30
210 Manly Hall

"Re-describing Iconoclasm: Holey Frescoes and Identity Formation"

Majors and minors in the Department of Religious Studies are invited to sign-up for this event in the main office (Manly 212), a week or so before the event. Lunch is provided by the Department.

The event is hosted by the TAK Student Association.

 

Daniel Mullins
April 14, 2010
12:30-1:30
210 Manly Hall

"How Not to do the Cognitive Science of Religion Today: Cultural and Historical Eliminativism, Scientism, and Theoretical Limitations"

Majors and minors in the Department of Religious Studies are invited to sign-up for this event in the main office (Manly 212), a week or so before the event. Lunch is provided by the Department.

The event is hosted by the TAK Student Association

 

John Lyles
April 28, 2010
1:00-2:00
210 Manly Hall

"My Jesus says, 'Roll Tide!': Investigating Identity Formation through Alabama Football Fans"

The event is hosted by the TAK Student Association.