You are cordially invited to New Voices of Asia and Oceania, the GTU Asia Project Spring Student Conference. Come enjoy delicious Asian cuisine and the presentation of three GTU PhD Candidates' projects. The presenters are:
Join in a Green Tea Conversation with Dr. Moses Punumaka. He will share his reflections on two international conferences in Melbourne & Seattle that addressed interreligious dialogue.
Please bring your lunch. Tea & snacks will be provided. Free & Open to the Public.
Location: Graduate Theological Union Library, Dinner Board Room, 2400 Ridge Road, Berkeley CA
Time: 12pm-1:30pm Download Flyer
Join the Asia Project for Green Tea conversations over the movie Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter...and Spring, directed by Kim Ki-Duk. Conversation after the movie will be facilitated by Dr. Scott Mitchell, Chair of the Asia Project. Download Flyer
Green Tea Conversation: Chunhyangjun Story, A Korean Folklore
Join in a conversation with Dr. Sam Park. Dr. Park is an Associate Professor of Preaching and Director of D. Min Program at ABSW. His teaching and research interests include prophetic preaching, Korean preaching, multicultural preaching, narrative preaching, and preaching and rhetoric.
Join in a Green Tea Conversation with Mohammad Waqas Sajjad. Mohammad is a PhD student a s a Fullbright scholar from Pakistanis at the Graduate Theological Union. His academic focus is institutionalized Sunni groups in Pakistan. Mohammad's presentation will be commented by Dr. Munir Jiwa, director of Center for Islamic Studies at the GTU.
ATTAINING BUDDHAHOOD IN THIS VERY BODY: THE INTERPRETATION OF MEDIEVAL SHINGON BUDDHIST CONSECRATION RITUALS
Join in a Green Tea Conversation with Dr. Takahico Kameyama. Dr. Kameyama is a post-doctoral research fellow of IBS/GTU. He earned his Ph.D. degree from Ryukoku University, Japan in 2012. His research interest includes Japanese Esoteric Buddhist schools such as Shingon and Tendai.