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Past Events at the Boisi Center

 Spring 2005 Events


Local Islam Gone Global: The Roots of Religious Militancy in Egypt and Its Transnational Transformation
James Toth, Sociology-Anthropology, Northeastern University
February 8, 2005
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center

Ecclesial Ethics: What Can We Learn from the Early Church?
Francine Cardman, Weston Jesuit School of Theology
February 24, 2005
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center

“Good and Faithful Service: Findings from the Boston College Survey of Undergraduate Experience and Implications for Religious Mission of Catholic Universities”
James Fleming, Lynch School of Education and Office of University Mission & Ministry, Boston College
March 15, 2005
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center

Dead Man Walking: The Journey Continued
4th Annual Prophetic Voices of the Church Lecture

Sister Helen Prejean
March 16, 2005
Robsham Theater

Religion and aging: Findings from a Sixty Year Longitudinal Study

Michele Dillon, Sociology Department, University of New Hampshire
March 30, 2005
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center

American Greatness: How the U.S. Lost, and Can Regain, Its Sense of Purpose
Alan Wolfe
Writers Among Us Series at Boston College
April 5, 2005
Gasson 305

Hearts of Darkness: American Protestants and the Doctrine of Original Sin, 1945-1965
Andrew Finstuen History, Boston College
April 13, 2005
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center

The Conclave and the New Pope: Precedents, Paradoxes, and Priorities
James M. Weiss, Theology Department, Boston College
April 20, 2005
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center

The Press and Faith Based Politics
Stephen Burgard, School of Journalism, Northeastern University
April 27, 2005
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center

Religious Diversity & the Common Good
NEH Summer Seminar for College & University Teachers
June 6-July 15, 2005
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center