SCT 2003-2004

Society for Comparative Theology

The Society for Comparative Theology is a colloquium for faculty and graduate students of the Boston Theological Institute, as well as scholars in the greater Boston area. It meets on a regular basis for discussion and the presentation of current work by the Society's members. These meetings are open to all graduate students and faculty interested.  Please feel free to send this message to other colleagues you believe are interested in the question of comparative theology.

Tuesday, March 30 from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Boston College
21 Campanella Way
Third floor seminar room of the Theology Department
Doors open at 7:15 p.m.

Presenter: Dr. Galia Patt-Shamir

Dr. Patt-Shamir took her doctorate at Harvard University with Professor Tu Weiming in Confucian studies. She will deliver a paper about Jewish-Confucian Dialogue with a working title of: "Vertical Towers and Horizontal Towers: The Tower of Babel as a Spur for Confucian-Jewish Dialogue."

Respondent: Dr. Ruth Langer

Associate Professor of Jewish Studies, Department of Theology, Boston College
Associate Director of the Center for Christian Jewish Learning

There will be light refreshments and there is a parking garage on Commonwealth
Avenue.
Map and directions can be found at this weblink
/about/maps/s-chestnuthill
Graduate students are most welcome to attend.

For more information, please contact Dr. John Berthrong at 617-353-3050 and
jhb@bu.edu

Boston College
Wednesday, November 12, 7:30-9:30
21 Campanella Way, Theology Conference Room 328
Doors open at 7:15

Presentor: Professor Chris Ives of Stonehill College

Professor Ivess will discuss his paper:
Liberating Truth: Buddhism, Whitehead, and a "Religio-diagnostic" Approach to Religious Diversity

Respondent: John H. Berthrong, Boston University School of Theology

There will be light refreshments probided. In addition there is a parking garage on Commonwealth Avenue.

Map and directions can be found at this weblink http://www.bc.edu/about/maps/s-chestnuthill

Graduate students are most welcome to attend.

 For more information, please contact Dr. John Berthrong at 617-353-3050 and jhb@bu.edu

Updated: 18-May-2009
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