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Fall 2003 Events

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Bishops and Bosses: Changing Trends in Church-State Relations in Boston
Tom O'Connor, Boston College, University Historian
September 9, 2003
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center


All That's Holy: A Young Man, An Old Car and the Search for God in America
Tom Levinson, Law School, University of Chicago
September 23, 2003
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center


Unlikely Allies: Church and Society in Racial Passing
James O'Toole, History Department, Boston College
October 7, 2003
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center


Studying Hinduism as an Interdisciplinary Practice: Notes from Boston, Oxford, and Delhi
Francis X. Clooney, S.J., Theology, Boston College
October 21, 2003
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center


The Role of Religion and Faith-based Initiatives in Urban Communities

Tuesday,Oct. 21, 2003
Stephen Goldsmith, Special advisor to President Bush on Faith Based and Not-for-profit Initiatives
Moderator: Alan Wolfe, Director of Boisi Center
    * Joseph O'Keefe, Lynch School of Education, Boston College
    * Thomas Massaro SJ, Weston School of Theology
    * Marc Landy, Political Science, Boston College

The Future of American Religion: A Conversation
Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2003
R. Scott Appleby (Notre Dame University), David Brooks (The New York Times), Wendy Kaminer (The Atlantic Monthly), eter Steinfels (The New York Times), Alan Wolfe (Boston College)

Where Does Character Formation Happen in the University Today?: Thinking About the "Parallel Curriculum"
J. A. Appleyard, S.J., Boston College
Thursday, Nov. 18, 2003
24 Quincy Road, Boisi Center