Part of a Four-Part Speaker Series
Unusual Positions: Controversial Approaches to the Study of Religion and Sexuality
Christine Hoff Kraemer, Instructor of Theology and Religious History, Cherry Hill Seminary, “Eros and Touch from a Pagan Perspective: Loving Touch as Divine Birthright,” Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at 12 p.m. in Commons 221/222.
Janet Bennion,“Progressive Polygamy in North America: Is Plural Marriage the New Civil Rights Frontier?” March, 2015.
Thomas Allen Harris, filmmaker, “Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and The Emergence of A People.” March, 2015.
Kent Brintnall, “Refusing Redemption: Making Catholic Sex Abuse ‘Our’ Story,” March, 2015.
Joseph Marchal, “Appa(u)lling Bodies: Queerly Reconfiguring Paul’s Letters,” February, 2015.
Russell J. Hopley, “Sicily: A Mediterranean Island at the Crossroads of Byzantium and Islam,” November, 2013.
Ali Humayun Akhtar, “Byzantium in Ottoman Clothing: Greeks of Istanbul and the Music of Rembetiko,” November, 2013.
Maria Georgopoulou, “Venice, Byzantium, and Islam: Trade and the Arts in the Medieval Mediterranean,” October, 2013.
Michelle Campos, “Between Empire and Nation: Muslims, Christians, and Jews and the end of the Ottoman Empire.” April, 2013.
Ali Humayun Akhtar, “Post-Graffiti Damascus and Cairo: Arab Street Art as a Global Aesthetic.” March, 2013.
Nebahat Avcioglu, “Turquerie and Orientalism: Cultural Transfer between Europe and the Ottoman Empire in the 18th and 19th Centuries.” March, 2013.
David Rodríguez-Solás, “Coming to Terms with Islamic Spain: Contemporary Stagings of Early Modern Spanish Theatre.” March, 2013.
Jeffrey Jackson, “Paris Under Water. How The City of Light Survived the Great Flood of 1910.” April, 2010.