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CIS News March 2016

Congratulations to CIS Visiting Scholar Carol Bier, who served as a consultant for an exhibition on "Symmetry and Islamic Art" at the Hawaii State Library in Honolulu, curated by staff at Doris Duke's home at Shangri La, now a museum of Islamic art. Carol will present public programs in March at both institutions. 

 

CIS News April 2016

CIS is delighted to be a partner in the upcoming 7th annual international Islamophobia conference, as part of the Islamophobia Documentation and Research Project, directed by Dr. Hatem Bazian at the Center for Race and Gender, UC Berkeley. This year’s theme is, Islamophobia: Has a Tipping Point Been Reached? held April 22-23 at Boalt Hall, UC Berkeley. For further details, please see: www.irdproject.com

Enlivening Jewish Tradition

At the Center of Jewish Studies, the classical and the contemporary come together, producing new articulations of ancient themes.

By Deena Aranoff 

From the Spring 2016 issue of Currents, View PDF 

My CJS Journey

"My time at the Center for Jewish Studies set the foundation for a lifelong commitment to creating, fostering, and nourishing Jewish communal life." - Tania Lowenthall

by Tania Lowenthal

From the Spring 2016 issue of Currents, View PDF

Honoring Dr. Arthur G. Holder

In the summer of 2016, Dr. Arthur G. Holder will be retiring from his position as the GTU's Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs after 14 years of distinguished service. We are pleased that Dr. Holder will remain a member of the GTU's Core Doctoral Faculty as Professor of Christian Spirituality.

A Steady Hand

Throughout 14 years as GTU dean, Arthur Holder has led with wisdom and grace.

Bridging the Divides

A profile of Michelle Gonzalez Maldonado, the GTU’s Alumna of the Year

by Suzanne E. Miller

From the Spring 2016 issue of CurrentsSee PDF

Paying It Forward

Through their gift establishing the GTU’s new Center for Dharma Studies, Mira and Ajay Shingal have invested in the future of Hindu scholarship  

"We need places where religion is respected and taught openly, and for us there is no place that does this better than the GTU." - Ajay Shingal

By Doug Davidson

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