Month: December 2017

12/8: Religions of Des Moines: An Anthropology of Religion Poster Session

Religions of Des Moines: An Anthropology of Religion Poster Session
Friday, December 8th
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Upper Olmsted Conference Rooms

 

Come meet seventeen different religious communities of Des Moines and the Drake students who researched them this semester. Students from Prof. Trentini’s Anthropology of Religion course will share posters and pictures of their research. These students, along with some members of their communities, will also speak about some of the most memorable experiences from this research.

Light refreshments, including kosher/hallal food from Maccabees Deli, will be served.

For more information, contact Prof. Daria Trentini: daria.trentini@drake.edu

Support of this event is made possible by Drake’s Humanities Center, Drake’s Principal Financial Group Center for Global Citizenship, Drake’s Department for the Study of Culture and Society, and Drake’s Comparison Project.

12/6: Buddhist Views on Environment

Reverend Heng Sure
Director of the Institute for World Religions at the Berkeley Buddhist Monastery
Wednesday, December 6th, 7:00 p.m.
Sussman Theater

Reverend Heng Sure will give a talk on “Buddhist Views on the Environment.”