1. Convocation Invite from Sharon Welch


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    Dr. Sharon Welch, Provost and Professor of Religion and Society, invites you to join us for our annual January Learning Convocation. On January 10, 2014 join us to explore the theme of Beauty, Power, and Authority. If you would like to join us and are a Prospective Student contact Justine Urbikas | jurbikas@meadville.edu | 312.212.0673 all other inquiries contact Tina Porter | tporter@meadville.edu | 312.212.0671

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    • Ending Wars: New Practical Ways for Peace-Building 3/27/2011, Dr. Sharon Welch, 7th An. Peace Conf. of UU West/Brookfield, WI


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      US and United Nations intervention in Libya has raised complicated questions about the dynamic tension between humanitarian intervention, on the one hand, and a tendency toward misguided US adventurism, on the other. What alternatives might exist to our current path? The Seventh Annual Peace Conference "Ending Wars: New Practical Ways for Peace-Building," took place at the Unitarian Universalist West Church in Brookfield, WI on March 27, 2011. Keynote speaker was Dr. Sharon Welch, Professor of Religion and Society at Meadville Lombard Seminary. Also speaking were respondents Gary Shellman, president of the Milwaukee chapter of the UN Association-USA, and longtime peace activist George Paz Martin. Approx. 1 hr, 23 minutes.

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      • The Obama Question: A Progressive Prospective


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        Sunday, November 18, 2012 American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting Chicago, Illinois Panelists: Walter Fluker, Boston University Sharon Welch, Meadville Lombard Theological School Dwight Hopkins, University of Chicago Responding: Gary Dorrien, Union Theological Seminary and Columbia University Presiding: Stacey Floyd-Thomas, Vanderbilt University

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