A joint lecture and discussion on the theme "Religion and the Humanities: Strategies for Interdisciplinary Engagement" will occur this Wednesday (April 28) at 4pm in room 240 of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute.
You can learn more about the event by following this link to the Institute's main page, or by reading the excerpted information below:
Speakers: NATALIE CARNES / Religion BRIAN GOLDSTONE / Cultural Anthropology KAREN GONZALEZ-RICE / Art, Art History & Visual Studies ALEX LONEY / Classical Studies Faculty respondent: PAUL GRIFFITHS / Divinity School This year's DWG is composed of 12 advanced graduate students across the humanities and interpretive social sciences. For more information about the DWG program and application information for the 2010-11 academic year, please visit: http://www.fhi.duke.edu/opportunities/dissertation-working-group/ Questions? email email@example.com