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Academic Presentations (audio)

Formations of Orthodoxy: Religious Life Now and Then

Sponsored by Center for Jewish Studies
一道本不卡免费高清Graduate Theological Union, November 29, 2011

Introductions by James A. Donahue, Naomi Seidman, Arthur Holder

Naomi Seidman (CJS), The Last Will and Testament of the Ninety-three Bais Yakov Girls of Krakow

Nathaniel Deutsch (UCLA), Writing Down Tradition: Minhag Literature, Ethnography, and the Orthodox Experience of Modernity

David Myers (UC Santa Cruz), A Shtetl in America? The Curious Case of Kiryas Joel, New York

Q&A Session


Keynote Introductions by
James A. Donahue, Shana Penn

Michael Schudrich, Chief Rabbi of Poland, with Shana Penn, Keynote Presentation

Keynote Q&A Session


Women and the Academy: Navigating the AAR and SBL Meetings

Flora Keshgegian (CDSP), Inese Radzins (PSR), and LeAnn Flesher (ABSW), sponsored by Women's Studies in Religion
Graduate Theological Union, November 3, 2011


Augustine and the Fundamentalist's Daughter

Margaret Miles (GTU emerita) shares from her new book
Graduate Theological Union, November 3, 2011


Lenders, Leopards, and Lions: The Violence of Avarice - Muslim Musings from Dante’s Six, Seventh, and Eighth Circles of Hell

Hamza Yusuf (GTU Ph.D. student)
Earl Lectures, Pacific School of Religion, January 26, 2011


The Changing Landscape of American Religion

William McKinney (PSR)
Graduate Theological Union, October 12, 2009
Sponsored by the Graduate Theological Union library and the American
Theological Library Association in celebration of Theological Libraries
Month


The Venerable Bede

Arthur Holder (GTU)
Courtesy of , Creighton University, May 25, 2009


Thinking Israel/Palestine

一道本不卡免费高清Co-sponsored by Center for Islamic Studies and Center for Jewish Studies

Judith Butler, Maxine Elliot Professor in the Departments of Rhetoric and Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley
Graduate Theological Union, May 6, 2009

Responses by Deena Aranoff (CJS), Munir Jiwa (CIS), and Judith Butler (UC Berkeley)

Q&A session


The Current State of Liturgical Theology: A Plurality of Pluralities

Michael Aune (PLTS)
St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary Liturgical Symposium, January 30, 2009