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March 28, 2017

April 13: Breathing Life Into Ancient Instruments: Ocarinas of Mesoamerica

Pacific School of Religion's Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology is proud to host Dr. Jose Cuellar, Professor Emeritus of Latina/Latino Studies at San Francisco State University for an evening discussion…
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February 23, 2017

At Borders and Identity conference, trailblazing activists to reflect on first 100 days of Trump’s presidency

Borders and Identity, the 2017 Earl and Boswell Lectures, will feature reflections from trailblazing social justice activists and organizers. Pacific School of Religion and our Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies…
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February 14, 2017

A Valentine’s Day Request from Alum Debra Peevey: Letters to Bishop Karen Oliveto, with Love

Dear Fellow PSR Alums, My name is Debra Peevey (MDiv '81), and I am writing today about a Pacific School of Religion (PSR) alum needing our support right now! (more…)
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FacultyMain News
February 3, 2017

Pacific School of Religion welcomes Dr. Susan Abraham as new Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Susan Abraham will serve as PSR’s next Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, starting in the fall of 2017.…
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January 30, 2017

No Hate, No Fear: PSR President David Vásquez-Levy Responds to Trump’s Executive Orders on Immigration

“No hate, no fear! Refugees are welcome here,” chanted the growing crowd at JFK Airport on Saturday, January 28. They gathered—“out of nowhere” according to a New York Times report—in…
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January 10, 2017

Engaging Communities of Liberation: Follow our Immersion Blog from Cuernavaca, Mexico!

During our latest international immersion, participants will study Spanish for ministry while engaging liberation theologians, base communities, women’s groups, LGBTQ communities, and social justice advocates. Read the blog!
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