Philosophy & Religious Studies
September 17, 2015: The 29th Annual Mary Olive Woods Lecture:
J. Kameron Carter, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School will present “Bonhoeffer’s (and Our) Postracial Blues.” Carter describes the theme of the project: "Race is changing. Our engagement with it is changing. One of the new key cultural terms of this transformation is this notion of post racialism, and I am very interested in how this post racialism actually becomes a new form of racism and how theological and religious thought forms are a part of the processes of race.” Carter is the author of Race: A Theological Account (New York: Oxford University Press, 2008) and in his current works, he reimagines the identity of Jesus and the politics of his identity in light of the new, global realities of the 21st century.
SCHOLARSHIPS REVISED - Our Mary Olive Woods Academic Achievement Scholarships--valued at $3,000/year--are no longer limited to two per year. See details here.
UPCOMING EVENTS: The 30th Annual Mary Olive Woods Lecturer (September, 2016) will be Peter van Inwagen, the John Cardinal O'Hara Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.
Asha Bhandary: The Arrow of Care
Time: Monday , April 20 , 2015 at 4:00 PM
Location: Morgan Hall 109
Asha Bhandary is an Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at the University of Iowa. She specializes in Political and Social Philosophy, and Feminist Ethics.
The Lecture is sponsored by the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department , the University Theme Committee, the Provost's Office, the Feminist Action Alliance, the Women's Studies Department, and the Women's Center.
"Against Fairness"; Dr. Stephen Asma, Columbia College Chicago
Monday, April 27, 2015 at 4:00 PM in Morgan 109
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