April 19, 2017

Presenter: James W. Morris

Drawing on a few representative illustrations from Islamic music, painting, and architecture, this talk provides context for recognizing and appreciating the shared religious framework underlying the creative local expressions of spiritual life and practice across the manifold cultures, histories, geographical settings, and societies of the Islamic world.

Cosponsored by  the School of Theology and Ministry and the Boston College Theology Department

James W. Morris is professor of comparative theology at the Boston College Theology Department.

Click here to download the handout referred to in the presentation.