The Center for Interreligious Engagement (CIE) at DePaul University is hosting a panel discussion that will assess how academia shapes discourse race and religion at the Lincoln Park Campus.
To what degree have modern discourses on race influenced current approaches to the study of religion? How have issues of identity changed the way religion is taught in the classroom? How do modern scholars of religion interpret history in light of current approaches to issues associated with identity?
Come and participate in a lively panel discussion among three members of the DePaul’s Department of Religious Studies, and help us navigate these questions. Food will be served!
What: Panel on Race and Religion
When: Tuesday, November 3rd, from 6:30pm-8:00pm
Where: DePaul University Art Museum, Richardson Library, 2350 N. Kenmore Ave.
Parking: Sheffield Parking Garage, 2331 N. Sheffield Ave.
Kay A. Read, Professor of Religious Studies.
Chernoh Sesay, Jr., Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Chris Tirres, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
David Wellman, Associate Professor of Religious Studies (Moderator)
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