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For those of you who are interested in viewing the 2008 Trinity Conference, "Religion & Violence: Untangling the Roots of Conflict An Interfaith Dialogue," you may do so via your computer by logging onto their website. Or, if you prefer, we have arranged to have this broadcast at the College, at the request of IAT member, Betsy Hamilton. (Please note there will not be a webcast at Bard on January 21.) (more )

On Friday, February 1, Bard College joins 1,300 institutions of learning nationwide in hosting a day devoted to Global Warming Solutions.  Join us for our interdisciplinary approach that includes:  panel discussions, an exhibition, theater presentation, film screening, alternative fuel demonstration, and an All-Local Harvest Lunch.  [The first 300 registrants get a free lunch.] Click here for further information and registration: more 

A detailed schedule for the three-day conference, The Golden Rule in the Religions of the World, has just been posted. There is no charge to attend, but reservations are requested. (details)

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For those of you who are interested in viewing the 2008 Trinity conference, you may do so via your computer and logging on to their website. Or, if you prefer, the IAT has arranged to have this broadcast at the College, at the request of IAT member, Betsy Hamilton. (more )

 

The Institute is pleased to present a discussion and book signing in honor of volumes edited by our own Bruce Chilton and Jacob Neusner. On Tuesday, February 5, (snow date February 12), we'll celebrate the publication of Professor Neusner's Encyclopedia of Religious and Philosophical Writings in Late Antiquity and Professor Chilton's The Cambridge Companion to the Bible. (more)

 

This spring the Rev. Dr. Bruce Chilton offers a series of lectures on the topic, "Prophecy, Social Justice, and the Vision of God." These will meet on Wednesdays, February 13 through March 12. (more)

 
This spring the Institute offers a three-day conference exploring the way the Golden Rule is interpreted in world religions. Organized by Professors Chilton and Neusner, the conference is begins on Tuesday, April 15, through Thursday, April 17.(more)

 
             
     

 

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