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Grief and Mourning: Not Forgetting as a Practice of Hope and Resistance

October 3, 2013 at 5:30pm to 8:00pm

For this Asian & Pacific Islander Program Initiative Fall Lecture, we are honored to have Dr. Anne Joh as our guest speaker.  Dr. Joh is Associate professor of Theology and the Director of The Center for Asian / Asian American Ministry at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary In Evanston, Il.  She is the author of Heart of the Cross: A Postcolonial Christology, a widely used text book, and a forthcoming book from Westminster/John Knox Press, Terror, Trauma and Hope: A Postcolonial Spectrality of the Cross.  She is also currently a co-chair of AAR's Theology and Religious Reflection Section.  

Please join us in the PSR Chapel.  The reception begins at 5:30pm and the lecture begins at 6:00pm.

 

The reception for the lecture is co-hosted by Asia Project and Women's Studies in Religion of the GTU.

*This lecture also meets 2 program units for WSR certificate students and the Colloquium requirements for students in Certificate in Asian and Oceanic Cultures and Faith Traditions Program (AOCFT).