Claremont in the Media September 2013
Oct. 13 Duane Bidwell will be on an expert panel responding to the documentary "Preacher’s Sons" at 3 pm at the Neighborhood Unitarian Universalist Church, 301 N. Orange Grove, Pasadena. All are invited to the free event, which deals with LGBT family issues.
Oct. 17 The Center for Process Studies offers a free conference on the Philosophy of Science, in Haddon, 8:30am to 5:30pm.
Oct. 18-19 The CST Library Used Book Sale, from 9am to 4pm, will have thousands of books available for purchase from $.50 to $2.50. The sale was featured in the Claremont Courier, which prompted the Claremont Library to invite us to their used book sale too, on Oct. 24-26 (208 N. Harvard Ave., in the Village).
Oct. 18-19 Join Rita Sherma, Director of the Center for Dharma Studies at Claremont Lincoln, and Prof. Najeeba Syeed-Miller for a panel of "Reflections on Pluralism in the Study of Religions" at the International Conference on Swami Vivekananda at USC’s Davidson Conference Center.
Oct. 23 All are invited to the Inauguration of the Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Kuan as the 7th President of Claremont School of Theology. Holy Cross Professor Benny Liew will give a public lecture at 2pm in Mudd Theater, and the Inauguration begins at 4pm on the Chapel Lawn, with a reception to follow in Haddon. Please RSVP. There will also be a number of special exhibits of the CST Library’s historic collections all day on Oct. 23, except when ceremonies are in progress.
Oct. 25 The Center for Process Studies offers a free conference on the Political Theory & Entanglement, in Butler 201, 9am to 5:30pm.
Oct. 30 Amy-Jill Levine, University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt, will give the 11th Annual Reif Memorial Lecture in Mudd Theater from 7 to 9pm.
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Claremont Lincoln had the great joy and honor of awarding Gurudev Shri Chitrabhanuji and Pramodaben Chitrabhanu the first Claremont Lincoln Ahimsa Award last Tuesday, in recognition of their long, synergistic, collaborative efforts in furthering non-violence, compassion, and peace in the world. Please join us in congratulating the outstanding work of this saintly couple! Click here for the video of David Lincoln presenting the award to the Chitrabhanus in Washington D.C.
Call for Papers: The Claremont Journal of Religion is taking on irreligion in their next issue entitled “Secularism and Religion.” Submit your papers and book reviews now.