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Friday, January 26th: Sandra Park “Crusading for the Twentieth Century: Christianity, Chaplaincy and Militarism in Cold War South Korea, 1945-1973”
Sandra Park “Crusading for the Twentieth Century: Christianity, Chaplaincy and Militarism in Cold War South Korea, 1945-1973” Friday, January 26th, 3-5 p.m. Location: CEAS 319 (1155 E. 60th St.) Co-sponsored with the Arts and Politics of East A (More)
4/15 Cameron Penwell, SS 224
April 15, 4-6 pm, Social Sciences 224 Cameron Penwell, PhD student, History “The Sugamo Prison Chaplain Incident: A Look at Religion-State Relations in the Late Meiji Period” The paper is available More)
11/19 Dan Knorr - Joint Session w/ Human Rights Workshop
Placing the American State in the Interior of China: The Jinan Missionary Case, 1881-1891 Speaker: Dan Knorr (PhD Student, Department (More)
5/13, Yi Wang, SS 224
May 13th, 4-6 pm, SS 224 Yi Wang, EALC graduate student "Land, Boundaries and Christianity: Catholic Missions in the Ordos of Inner Mongolia during the Late Qing” (More)
Zeke Goggin: "The Idea of Sacrifice in Hegel's 1793 'Volksreligion' Fragment"
Wednesday February 17th, 4:30pm Swift Hall 106 ABSTRACT: This paper will focus specifically on some fragments which Hegel began while studying at the Stift in Tübingen and likely completed during a visit home to Stuttgart.  The question of sacrif (More)
Eun Young Hwang (PhD Student, Religious Ethics): “A Constructive Comparative Religious Ethical Analysis of Augustine and Xunzi: The Sacred Origin of Human Rights and Its Demand for Just Society”
Wednesday, February 3, 4:30, Swift 106 (co-sponsored with Global Christianities Workshop) ABSTRACT: While referring to some contemporary theoretical concern for human ri (More)
Alain de Libera (Collège de France): Two Public Lectures
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