1. CLGS Arts Week 2009 - Final Arts Performance!

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    • CLGS Arts Week 2009: Poetry Reading

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      • "Colonize Love"

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        Christians - both conservative and liberal - seem to "colonize" many things, and often it's anything but love. ~From Pacific School of Religion chapel service April 9, 2013~

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        • Dwight Hopkins, "Mapping Being Human: Black, USA, and China" (Part 2) // Aug 6, 2013

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          This lecture draws on three sources to discern what are the possible characteristics to faciliate healthy being human today. Looking at African American folk tales, foundational western notions, and traditional Chinese perspectives, we will map the fluid components of healthy community and healthy individuality in contemporary and global realities. Dwight Hopkins is Director of MA Studies and Professor of Theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School. He has authored Being Human: race, culture, and religion and Shoes That Fit Our Feet: sources for a constructive black theology. After graduating from public schools in Richmond, VA, Hopkins attended the 8th to the 12th grades at Groton School (an Episcopalian, all-boys boarding school); Harvard University (BA); Union Theological Seminary, New York (M.Div., M.Phil, Ph.D.); and University of Cape Town, South Africa (Ph.D.) He is ordained in the American Baptist denomination.

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          • Dwight Hopkins, "Mapping Being Human: Black, USA, and China" (Part 1) // Aug 6, 2013

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            This lecture draws on three sources to discern what are the possible characteristics to faciliate healthy being human today. Looking at African American folk tales, foundational western notions, and traditional Chinese perspectives, we will map the fluid components of healthy community and healthy individuality in contemporary and global realities. Dwight Hopkins is Director of MA Studies and Professor of Theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School. He has authored Being Human: race, culture, and religion and Shoes That Fit Our Feet: sources for a constructive black theology. After graduating from public schools in Richmond, VA, Hopkins attended the 8th to the 12th grades at Groton School (an Episcopalian, all-boys boarding school); Harvard University (BA); Union Theological Seminary, New York (M.Div., M.Phil, Ph.D.); and University of Cape Town, South Africa (Ph.D.) He is ordained in the American Baptist denomination.

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            • Earl Lecture 2010 - Plenary Session III - Melissa Wilcox

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              Wednesday January 27, 2010 Melissa Wilcox, Associate Professor of Religion and Gender Studies at Whitman University in Walla Walla, Washington, presents her plenary session, "A Spiritual Being Having a Human Experience: Gender, Sexuality, and Religious Individualism."

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              • Earl Lecture 2010 - Plenary Session I - Matthew Fox [part 2]

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                Tuesday January 26, 2010 Matthew Fox, founder and president emeritus of Wisdom University in Oakland, California, presents his plenary session, "From Religion to Spirituality - and Back Again?"

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                • Earl Lectures 2010 - Plenary Session II - Women's Spirituality Panel

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                  Tuesday, January 26, 2010 Women’s Spirituality Panel with Deena Aranoff, Fania Davis, Sr. Marianne Farina, Uzma Fatima Husaini, and Arisika Razak. (Invocation – Sharon MacArthur)

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                  • Earl Lectures 2010 - Plenary Session II - Women's Spirituality Panel [part 2]

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                    Tuesday, January 26, 2010 Women’s Spirituality Panel with Deena Aranoff, Fania Davis, Sr. Marianne Farina, Uzma Fatima Husaini, and Arisika Razak. (Invocation – Sharon MacArthur)

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                    • Earl Lectures 2010 - Plenary Session IV – Innovative Response Panel Discussion

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                      Wednesday January 27, 2010 In an Earl Lectures plenary session, leaders from churches and partner faith communities respond to the conference's theme, spiritual but not religious. Panelists include Tobin Belzer, Research Associate at the Center for Religion and Civic Culture at the University of Southern California; Rebecca Kim, Associate Professor of Sociology and the Director of the Ethnic Studies program at Pepperdine University; Ian Lawton, co-founder of SBNR.org (Spiritual But Not Religious) and Executive Minister of Christ Community Church in Spring Lake, Michigan; Jim Mitulski, pastor of New Spirit Community Church, which meets on campus at the PSR chapel; and Mark Shibley, professor of sociology and environmental studies at Southern Oregon University. The discussion is moderated by PSR president Bill McKinney, and the invocation is led by Donnel Miller-Mutia, PSR assistant dean of students and community life.

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