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Eugene Eung-Chun Park (SFTS) to Mentor Scholars in Hong Kong

Eugene Eung-Chun ParkDr. Eugene Eung-Chun Park, Dana and Dave Dornsife Professor of New Testament at San Francisco Theological Seminary, will be heading to Hong Kong this month for his third year as a mentor to young scholars through the Institute for Advanced Study in Asian Cultures and Theologies (IASACT). He will spend 6 weeks helping scholars refine and publish articles on a variety of topics in humanities and social sciences in the Asian Context.

Sophia Park, S.N.J.M. (Ph.D. '08) first to receive Irene Woodward Professorship in Arts and Humanities at Holy Names

Jung Eun Sophia ParkJung Eun "Sophia" Park, S.N.J.M. (Ph.D. '08) was recently awarded the first endowed academic position at Holy Names University in Oakland, the Irene Woodward Endowed Professorship in Arts and Humanities. Park is assistant professor of Religious Studies and Philosophy.

2013 Intersession Courses in Islamic Studies: The Qur'an, Sunnah, and Islamic Law; Islam in Central Asia

The Center for Islamic Studies will be offering the following courses during Intersession 2013:

The Qur’an, Sunnah, and Islamic Law
Dr. Hatem Bazian
Jan 7-18, 2013
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Islam in Central Asia
Dr. Ahmed Zildzic
Jan 21-31, 2013
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LISTEN: American Muslims Redefining Religion and Identity

October 18, 2012

Asia Project Green Tea Conversation - American Muslims Redefining Religion and Identity: A Critical Discourse Analysis on 9/11 Uproar

Call for Papers, "Buddhist Ritual, Buddhist Culture" Graduate Student Symposium

IBS is pleased to announce a call for papers for the 3rd Annual Graduate Student Symposium at the Institute of Buddhist Studies. 

The theme this year is Buddhist Ritual, Buddhist Culture

Sacred Snapshots - A Review

Asia Project was a participating organization at the incredibly successful Sacred Snapshots at Pacific School of Religion on Saturday, April 21. The event allowed participants to get a taste, a "snapshot" if you will, of different religious traditions and practices. More than 200 people attended workshops and classes, including "Indian Christian Spirituality: Bhajans and Keerthanas" which was led by Asia Project Director Moses Penumaka.

Asia Project hosts opening reception for 27th Annual PANAAWTM Meeting

PANAAWTM presentationOn March 15, the Asia Project hosted the opening reception for the 27th annual meeting of Pacific, Asian and North American Asian Women in Theology and Ministry (PANAAWTM). The opening panel was hosted by Pacific School of Religion (PSR).  PANAAWTM is the oldest and (arguably) most important organization for Asian American Women's Studies in theology and religion in North America.

A Conversation with Kwok Pui Lan

A conversation co-sponsored by the Women's Studies in Religion, Asia Project at the GTU, and the Pacific, Asian, and North American Asian Women in Theology and Ministry (PANAAWTM) 2012 Annual Conference "Abundant Life and Unjust Prosperity."

WATCH: Brownbag Lunch with Indonesian Scholar Rev. Nancy Souisa

Wednesday, March 30 at 12:30pm

Pacific School of Religion, Mudd 101, 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley

Reverend Souisa teaches at Indonesia Christian University in Maluku and has previously served as Co-Moderator of Congress of Asian Theologians and Executive Director of the Association of Theological Schools in Indonesia. She holds Masters degrees from Indonesia Christian University in Maluku and Satya Wacana Christian University. She is completing her Certificate of Advanced Professional Studies at Pacific School of Religion this semester.

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