Annual Fall Seminar: “Religion: Key to Understanding Violence and Promoting Peace in Global Times”
Monday, Aug. 18, to Friday, Sept. 19
|WHERE:||The Catholic University of America
The Center for the Study of Culture and Values
Gibbons Hall B-12
620 Michigan Ave., N.E.
|DETAILS||The Center for the Study of Culture and Values at Catholic University begins its annual fall seminar on Aug. 18 with scholars from Austria, China, India, Iran, Italy/Portugal, Nigeria, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Taiwan, United States, etc. The seminar will last until Sept. 19.
Week one (Aug. 18 to 22): Introduction of 12 scholars from different countries and seminar thematic introduction.
Week two (Aug. 25 to 29): Understanding religion and violence: readings on Hobbes, Hegel, Marx, Arendt, Foucault, etc.
Week three (Sept. 1 to 5): Understanding religion and violence: readings on Gandhi, Gramsci, Freud, Benjamin, etc.
Week four (Sept. 8 to 12): Philosophical and religious reflections: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Orthodox, etc.
Week five (Sept. 15 to 19): Paper presentations by the seminar participants.
|SPONSORS:||Center for the Study of Culture and Values and the Council for Research in Values and Philosophy
|CONTACT:||For more information, contact the Center for the Study of Culture and Values at 202-319-6089 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit crvp.org/cscv/index.htm.|