Brown Bag Lunch Schedule: Spring 2011

Thursday, January 27
 Santiago Slabodsky, Assistant Professor of Ethics of Globalization, Claremont School of Theology
 “Levinas's Barbarisms: Africana/Latino-a Influence on Talmudic Decolonialisms”
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 Thursday, February 10
 Shahzad Bashir, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Stanford University
 “Form, Content, and Meaning: Islamic Memory and Historiography after the Linguistic Turn”
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Thursday, February 24
Shi Zhiru, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Pomona College
 “Visualizing the Lotus Sûtra: Tzu Chi Buddhism and Enacting Scripture for a Contemporary Global Audience”
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Thursday, March 10
 Richard L. Bushman, Howard W. Hunter Professor of Mormon Studies, Claremont Graduate University
 “A 21st Century Reading of the Book of Mormon”
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Thursday, March 24
 Leif E. Vaage, Associate Professor of New Testament, Emmanuel College, University of Toronto
 “Columbus, Q, and You-Know-Who”
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Thursday April 7: Distinguished Speaker Series
 Gauri Viswanathan, Class of 1933 Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University
 “Theosophy, Memory, and History: Religion after Religion”

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