Since the dawn of humanity, history has not been kind to the Jews, Georgette Bennett said, and the outlook is still concerning in Europe today.
The Chautauqua Dance Circle is putting the spotlight on lighting design during today’s “Views on Pointe” lecture at 3:30 p.m. in the Hall of Christ.
According to Anouar Majid, Islam has not evolved from its violent origins as its fellow Abrahamic religions have because of its refusal to accept discourse or dissent from its followers.
As marrying outside of one’s ethnicity becomes more and more acceptable in America today, Lawrence A. Hoffman said the loss of such heritage is leading to a crisis of identity among Jews.
Phil Zuckerman isn’t religious, but as he said Wednesday, irreligion is becoming strikingly more common.
Every year, the president of the United States of America delivers the State of the Union address to explain where the nation is and where it’s going. In similar fashion Tuesday in the Hall of Philosophy, Sam Chand delivered his address, “Emerging Church,” on the state of the church.
Religion is about finding one’s place in humanity, and sociology is about taking a step back from humanity to observe it from the outside. On Monday, Steven M. Tipton transcended the two disparate spheres to offer insight on the state of American religion today.
Throughout Week Five, Chautauqua’s lectures focused on how art and politics interact. Friday’s Interfaith Lecture, however, offered that same insight…
With 50 years of experience in teaching, Maris Battaglia knows a thing or two about dance education.
Most discourse on Islam today revolves around politics, but Omid Safi is trying to bring love back into the conversation….