Nazareth College and the Hickey Center for Interfaith Studies and Dialogue presents
Islam and the Challenge of Modernity:
Understanding the Qur'an in a Contemporary Context.
Date: November 9, 2011
Time: 2:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Location: Nazareth College, Otto A. Shults Community Center
- M. Ashraf Adeel, Ph.D, Professor of Philosophy and Qur'anic studies at Kutztown University, Former Vice-Chancellor of Hazara University (Pakistan).
Topic: Qur'anic Ethics and the Challenge of Contemporary Radicalism (2:00 PM)
- Vivienne SM Angeles, Ph.D, Professor of Religious Studies at La Salle University, Past President of the American Council for the Study of Islamic Societies.
Topic: Qur'an, Women, and Modernity: From the Woman's Perspective (3:30 PM)
- Scott Alexander, Ph.D, Director of the Catholic-Muslim Studies at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago
Topic: Qur'anic Concepts of Interfaith Dialogue and Peaceful Co-Existence in a Pluralistic World (4:30 PM)
Dinner with Speakers (5:30 PM)
By reservation, $21 for the public & $16 for students
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Panel Presentation with Discussion (7:00 PM)
M. Ashraf Adeel, Ph.D, Vivienne SM Angeles, Ph.D, Scott Alexander, Ph.D
- Ticket Information:
- Reservation for dinner:$21 for the public & $16 for students, The rest is free and open to the public
- Sponsored By:
- IIIT, Lecture committee, RES, and CIE
- Contact Information:
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