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4:30pm [4:30pm] Three days: Sacred Texts and Human Contexts Symposium
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Please come join us! The Sacred Texts and Human Contexts Symposium brings scholars from the US and around the world to present academic papers on how religions have viewed and interpreted their sacred texts throughout their histories with reference to the (de) legitimization of violence. For more details about the schedule, please refer to: https://www2.naz.edu/interfaith/programs/academic-conferences/sacred-texts-human-contexts/schedule. The event is now open to the community to register, but is limited to 80 participants. Keynote Speakers: Dr. Bruce Hoffman, professor at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, author of Inside Terrorism, will be speaking on "Understanding the Evolving Terrorism Threat Landscape." 7/29, 4:30PM Professor Charles Kimball, Presidential Professor and Director of Religious Studies at the University of Oklahoma, will be speaking on “When Religion Becomes Lethal: The Explosive Mix of Politics and Religion.” 7/30, 6PM Kathy Kelly, has traveled to war zones and lived alongside ordinary people in Afghanistan, Iraq, Gaza, Lebanon, Bosnia and Nicaragua. She will be speaking on "Religion, Violence, and (De)legitimatization." 7/30, 2PM Sheik Ghassan Manasra, an International Executive Director, Abrahamic Reunion Peacebuilder and scholar will be speaking on “The Abrahamic Reunions Multifaith Peacebuilding: Religion as a Force for Peace.” 7/31, 12:30PM When Sunday, July 29th, 4:30pm to Tuesday, July 31st, 2pm Where Nazareth College, Otto A. Shults Community Center, Rochester, NY Rochester, NY Get Directions Payment Information Conference Registration for Community Members: 1. Individuals participating in the 3 day conference without dinners and lunches: $95.00 2. Individuals participating including dinners and lunches: $175.00 2. Dinner per individual to hear a keynote only: $39.00 3. Lunch per individual to hear a keynote only: $30.00 4. To sponsor a table of 10: $165.00 per individual including all dinners, lunches, refreshments and presentations. When mailing checks, please provide the names of any guests and specify which activities you are registering for. Also, please provide contact information for any guests. Checks can be made out to Nazareth College, Hickey Center and mailed to: Hickey Center for Interfaith Studies and Dialogue Nazareth College 4245 East Avenue Rochester, NY 14618 If there are any questions or concerns, please email us at interfaith@naz.edu

[4:30pm] Three days: Sacred Texts and Human Contexts Symposium
Description:
Please come join us! The Sacred Texts and Human Contexts Symposium brings scholars from the US and around the world to present academic papers on how religions have viewed and interpreted their sacred texts throughout their histories with reference to the (de) legitimization of violence. For more details about the schedule, please refer to: https://www2.naz.edu/interfaith/programs/academic-conferences/sacred-texts-human-contexts/schedule. The event is now open to the community to register, but is limited to 80 participants. Keynote Speakers: Dr. Bruce Hoffman, professor at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, author of Inside Terrorism, will be speaking on "Understanding the Evolving Terrorism Threat Landscape." 7/29, 4:30PM Professor Charles Kimball, Presidential Professor and Director of Religious Studies at the University of Oklahoma, will be speaking on “When Religion Becomes Lethal: The Explosive Mix of Politics and Religion.” 7/30, 6PM Kathy Kelly, has traveled to war zones and lived alongside ordinary people in Afghanistan, Iraq, Gaza, Lebanon, Bosnia and Nicaragua. She will be speaking on "Religion, Violence, and (De)legitimatization." 7/30, 2PM Sheik Ghassan Manasra, an International Executive Director, Abrahamic Reunion Peacebuilder and scholar will be speaking on “The Abrahamic Reunions Multifaith Peacebuilding: Religion as a Force for Peace.” 7/31, 12:30PM When Sunday, July 29th, 4:30pm to Tuesday, July 31st, 2pm Where Nazareth College, Otto A. Shults Community Center, Rochester, NY Rochester, NY Get Directions Payment Information Conference Registration for Community Members: 1. Individuals participating in the 3 day conference without dinners and lunches: $95.00 2. Individuals participating including dinners and lunches: $175.00 2. Dinner per individual to hear a keynote only: $39.00 3. Lunch per individual to hear a keynote only: $30.00 4. To sponsor a table of 10: $165.00 per individual including all dinners, lunches, refreshments and presentations. When mailing checks, please provide the names of any guests and specify which activities you are registering for. Also, please provide contact information for any guests. Checks can be made out to Nazareth College, Hickey Center and mailed to: Hickey Center for Interfaith Studies and Dialogue Nazareth College 4245 East Avenue Rochester, NY 14618 If there are any questions or concerns, please email us at interfaith@naz.edu

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