Friday, October 1st 2021 to Sunday, October 31st 2021
The War on Terror Film Festival is a month-long, public virtual event featuring 20 award-winning films made over the last 20 years that document abuses, highlight crimes, and satirize absurdities of the “war on terror.
Dr. Kathryn Barush explores the idea of installation art as an embodied experience of pilgrimage.
From the earliest centuries to today, humans have mapped one sacred landscape onto another to engender an experience of closeness to their ancestors, to their homeland, or to the divine. It is a practice that crosses cultures and time – from the Jain mandalas linked to far-away Mount Meeru to seven-circuit labyrinths in turf and stone. Such kinetic...
Bishop Megan Rohrer is the 12th Annual CLGS Georgia Harkness Lecturer. They will be speaking on Trans Theology Without Apology: Using Art and Historical Exegesis to Celebrate Trans Figuration and the Trans Aesthetic in the Bible.
Center for LGBTQ & Gender Studies in Religion (CLGS) at Pacific School of Religion