33rd Annual Clergy Institute
TEMPLE DE HIRSCH SINAI, the Alfred & Tillie Shemanski Institute for Christian, Jewish and Muslim Understanding, The Family of Mila and Henry Eisenhardt, and Seattle University present the 33rd Annual Clergy Institute. Scholars, clergy of all faiths and lay people are welcome.
This year's topic is "Then and Now: Thinking about Religion and Spirituality in the Pacific Northwest a Decade after THE NONE ZONE" featuring Patricia O'Connell Killen, Ph.D.
9:30AM Continental Breakfast
10:00AM Presentation / Discussion
12:00PM Lunch Discussion
Dr. Killen will review the initial theses of RELIGION AND PUBLIC LIFE IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST and speak to developments that affect religion and spirituality in the region now.
Patricia O'Connell Killen Ph.D. is Academic Vice President and Professor of Religious Studies at Gonzaga University in Spokane,Washington. Previously she was Professor
of Religion and Provost at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. She has researched and written extensively on the history of religion in the Pacific Northwest,and on the region's contemporary religious dynamics, especially the interplay of regional culture and demographics with historic and emergent faith traditions. Dr. Killen is the primary editor of RELIGION AND PUBLIC LIFE IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST: THE NONE ZONE, the first of a nine-volume series exploring religion in the public life of different regions of the United States.
For more information visit our website. www.tdhs-nw.org/learning/lectures/clergy-institute
Temple De Hirsch Sinai (View)
1441 16th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
|Minimum Age: 16|
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