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Tuesday Tea with Allison Matthews
Feb 17 3:30 PM at Duke University in Durham

For our first Tuesday Tea in the spring semester we are honored to present Allison Matthews a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology and Humphreys Fellow with the Graduate School at UNC-Chapel Hill.Allison's dissertation research focuses on th...

Sherry Cothran Concert Benefiting UMD, 2/20
Feb 20 7:00 PM at St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Durham

Strings Attached Productions presents singer/songwriter Sherry Cothran in an unforgettable evening of "Love Songs and Other Stories from the Untamed Women of the Old Testament." Once upon a time, in a century now past, Sherry Cothran was a rock star. In the l...

Science and Modern Taxonomies of Knowledge in Chinese Buddhism
Feb 20 4:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

Talk is also sponsored by the East Asian Religions Cluster...

Purim Storytime and Costume Parade
Mar 1 10:30 AM at Southpoint Apple Store in Durham

Purim Storytime and Costume ParadeChildren's EventChildren's,Religion and InspirationMar 01, 2015 10:30 AMBarnes & Noble BooksellersThe Streets at SouthpointThe Streets at Southpoint8030 Renaissance Parkway Suite 855DurhamNC27713919-806-1930...

Malcolm X: Afro-American Visionary, Muslim Activist
Feb 20 2:00 PM daily until February 22, 2015 at Duke University in Durham

Duke Islamic Studies Center's Spring conference, entitled "Malcolm X: Afro-American visionary, Muslim activist, will explore the intersection of religion, race, and civil rights as they relate to Malcolm X in American history, as well as the impact of th...

Displaced Ornaments: The Feminine Between Immanence and Transcendence
Jan 26 6:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

"Displaced Ornaments: The Feminine Between Immanence and Transcendence" by Ali Mian, a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate Program in Religion.This paper analyzes contemporary Pakistani artist Naiza Khan's exhibition, "Heavenly Ornaments," in relation to mul...

Is North Korea Religious? An Unexpected Aspect of a Secretive Society
Jan 27 4:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

North Korea proudly proclaims that human beings do not need religion but instead should rely only on their fellow human beings. Yet observers have noted that the fervor with which North Koreans express their admiration for their ruling family bears a strong...

Money Talks: Philanthropy, Politics, and Democracy
Jan 29 5:30 PM at Duke University in Durham

New Yorker investigative reporter Jane Mayer, philanthropist and political scientist James Piereson and businessman J. Adam Abram will discuss the impact of big money on American democracy and governance at Duke University on Thursday, Jan. 29. The Terry San...

Embodying History (In the LGBTQ Community) Through Movement Workshop
Jan 29 6:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

This workshop is for people that are interested in learning about the LGBTQ from the 1960's to the present. Through movement and dialogue participants will learn and experience what it was like during the 60's Civil Rights Movement, the life of Harve...

The One Who Builds
Feb 5 7:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

Televisions around America light up every night with the news of people displaced by war, famine and political unrest. The struggles of refugees are often seen as a distant problem, a world away from the living rooms of America and only a click away from som...

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