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Pacifists Making Guns: A British Quaker Family in 18th-century Britain

Pacifists Making Guns: A British Quaker Family in 18th-century Britain

February 2 @ 7:30 pm - 8:50 pm
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Lecture by Priya Satia (Stanford University). Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies. Part of a lecture series on “Religion, Violence, Nonviolence,” offered in conjunction with RELIGST 29 and RELIGST 119. Free and open to the public. Stanford students may register for credit; see Explore Courses for information. For full list of lectures in the […]

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Giving the Gods their Due: Looking Back at Japanese Religion

Giving the Gods their Due: Looking Back at Japanese Religion

February 4 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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Evans-Wentz Lecture by Bernard Faure (Columbia University). Sponsored by the Ho Center for Buddhist Studies, the Department of Religious Studies, and the Stanford Humanities Center. Free and open to the public. Paradoxically enough, the study of Japanese religion has recently neglected what should have been a key theme: its gods. A number of factors may […]

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Clarifying Questions and Answers about Islam in Turbulent Times

Clarifying Questions and Answers about Islam in Turbulent Times

February 9 @ 7:30 pm - 8:50 pm

Lecture by Ahoo Najafian (Stanford University) and Will Sherman (Stanford University). Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies. Part of a lecture series on “Religion, Violence, Nonviolence,” offered in conjunction with RELIGST 29 and RELIGST 119. Free and open to the public. Stanford students may register for credit; see Explore Courses for information. For full […]

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The Ethics of Jihad and What Islam Is

The Ethics of Jihad and What Islam Is

February 16 @ 7:30 pm - 8:50 pm
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Lecture by Alexander Key (Stanford University). Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies. Part of a lecture series on “Religion, Violence, Nonviolence,” offered in conjunction with RELIGST 29 and RELIGST 119. Free and open to the public. Stanford students may register for credit; see Explore Courses for information. For full list of lectures in the […]

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Event of Interest: Medieval Matters Lecture “Brides” of Christ and “Lords” of Men: Medieval Women and Spiritual Authority

Event of Interest: Medieval Matters Lecture “Brides” of Christ and “Lords” of Men: Medieval Women and Spiritual Authority

February 17 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Lecture by Fiona Griffiths (Professor of History, Stanford University). Free and open to the public. Medieval Matters is a quarterly lecture series co-sponsored by Stanford Continuing Studies, The Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Office for Religious Life, and Sarum Seminar. Fiona Griffiths’ research focuses on 12th-century intellectual and religious culture, with a particular […]

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Can Lotuses Bloom in a Sea of Flames? Buddhism and Conflict in the Modern Period

Can Lotuses Bloom in a Sea of Flames? Buddhism and Conflict in the Modern Period

February 23 @ 7:30 pm - 8:50 pm
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Lecture by Paul Harrison (Stanford University). Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies. Part of a lecture series on “Religion, Violence, Nonviolence,” offered in conjunction with RELIGST 29 and RELIGST 119. Free and open to the public. Stanford students may register for credit; see Explore Courses for information. For full list of lectures in the […]

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Religion and Politics in Israel and the Middle East – a View from Jerusalem

Religion and Politics in Israel and the Middle East – a View from Jerusalem

February 25 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Lecture by Avishai Margalit (Hebrew University, Jerusalem). Co-sponsored by the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, the Department of Religious Studies, the Patrick Suppes Center for History and Philosophy of Science, and the Stanford Humanities Center. Part of a series on Science, Religion, and Democracy. For a complete listing of events in the series, […]

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*Discussion* Religion and Politics in Israel and the Middle East – a View from Jerusalem

*Discussion* Religion and Politics in Israel and the Middle East – a View from Jerusalem

February 26 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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A public discussion based on Avishai Margalit’s Feb. 25 lecture “Religion and Politics in Israel and in the Middle East – a View from Jerusalem.”  Co-sponsored by the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, the Department of Religious Studies, the Patrick Suppes Center for History and Philosophy of Science, and the Stanford Humanities Center. […]

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Inner Peace and World Peace

Inner Peace and World Peace

March 1 @ 7:30 pm - 8:50 pm

Lecture by Hozan Alan Senauke. Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies. Part of a lecture series on “Religion, Violence, Nonviolence,” offered in conjunction with RELIGST 29 and RELIGST 119. Free and open to the public. Stanford students may register for credit; see Explore Courses for information. For full list of lectures in the series, […]

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Shared Stories, Rival Tellings: Early Encounters of Jews, Christians, and Muslims

Shared Stories, Rival Tellings: Early Encounters of Jews, Christians, and Muslims

March 2 @ 4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
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Book signing and reception with Robert Gregg (Stanford). Co-sponsored by the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, the Department of Religious Studies, the Dean of Religious LIfe, SULAIR, the Taube Center for Jewish Studies, and the Department of Classics.

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