Society for Comparative Theology
Divine and Human Persons: Comparative Reflections
on Some Hindu and Christian Understandings of Self
A presentation by Ram-Prasad Chakravarthi, professor in the Department of Religious Studies, Lancaster University.
Hosted by Francis X. Clooney, S.J., Parkman Professor
of Divinity and Professor of Comparative Theology, Harvard Divinity School.
Co-sponsored by the Society for Comparative Theology
These meetings are open to all interested graduate students and faculty, from any of the BTI schools or other neighboring schools. The Society 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 usually three times a year [fall, winter, spring] - for discussion and the presentation of current work by the Society's members.
Directions to CSWR are available at http://www.hds.harvard.edu/cswr/about/directions.html
Parking for this event is available in the small lot on the left side,
just before reaching the Divinity School at 45 Francis Avenue; since parking
is limited, however, car pooling and public transportation are still encouraged.
Prof. Klaus Von Stosch, (University of Paderborn/Germany)
will be speaking on
"Comparative Theology as Challenge for the Theology of the 21st. Century"
Prof. Catherine Cornille (Boston College), will respond.
Please read Prof. Von Stosch's lecture in advance.
McGuinn Hall is along
Prof. Donald Swearer,
Director, Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard Divinity School
will be speaking on
"Doing Theology in a Buddhist Context"
Directions and parking information to
For an interactive map, go to http://www.bu.edu/maps/ and in the search box at the top of the page, type 745 Commonwealth for the location of the
The recommended garage is the large one about a block from STH on
Click the following link for a printable map: http://www.bu.edu/dbin/infocenter/content/index.php?pageid=868&topicid=19
If you are using the T, take the “B” Green Line and get off at the BU-Central stop.