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“Heroes and Worship”

October 15 2012 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Sakowich Campus Center, Murray Lounge
An interactive event for students and the luminaries/heroes/heroines in interfaith dialogue.
This event will introduce students to a new kind of world class “hero/heroine” who works for peace and justice across borders, cultures, and religions.  Students can explore the principles, means, and methods these heroes/heroines employ in the activism and advocacy with a challenge to imitate them in the contexts of their

An interactive event for students and the luminaries/heroes/heroines in interfaith dialogue.
This event will introduce students to a new kind of world class “hero/heroine” who works for peace and justice across borders, cultures, and religions.  Students can explore the principles, means, and methods these heroes/heroines employ in the activism and advocacy with a challenge to imitate them in the contexts of their

Sponsored by Jewish Christian Muslim Relations Center, this event will give students an opportunity to meet and interact personally with the following persons:

  • Rabbi Burt Visotsky, 2012 Goldziher Prize Winner - Jewish Theological Seminary, NYC
  • Prof. Mark Cohen, 2010 Goldziher Prize Winner - Princeton University
  • Jacob Bender, Filmmaker - “Out of Cordoba” - Goldziher 2012 finalist
  • others 
Last modified on Sep. 18th, 2012 at 9:30am by Stacie Bowman.
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