Wednesday May 11th, CJS Commencement Reception 3:30pm 2465 Le Conte Avenue | HEDCO Room| Berkeley, CA 94709 Prior to the GTU-wide commencement reception, CJS will gather to celebrate the accomplishments of graduating students. Following the CJS reception, the festivities will continue across the street at:
Two, very different contemporary characters discover romance in a dramatic reading of best-selling novel The Forty Rules of Love by acclaimed Moroccan theater, voice, film, and TV performer and translator Hassan El Jai (recently performed at Form Mason in SF). Elif Shafak’s novel follows the lives of a Jewish-American housewife and a Sufi Muslim based in Amsterdam and the unlikely love they develop for each other. El Jai&r
Friday, February 5, 2016 (All day) to Saturday, February 6, 2016 (All day)
The Center for Islamic Studies at Graduate Theological Union invites you to attend an important upcoming conference, Institutionalizing Islamophobia: Critiquing the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Framework and Emerging Programs.
Prof. Kathryn Barush (Art History and Religion, GTU/JST) is participating in the panel on The Natural World, Immensity and Wonder as part of the upcoming symposium Artists, Aesthetics and the Natural World: Olivier Messiaen’s From the Canyons to the Stars on January 30th.
At the Doug Adams Gallery, the GTU's Center for Arts, Religion, and Education (CARE) presents exhibitions that examine themes of religion and spirituality, broadly defined. Three exhibitions a year and related public programming offer opportunities for learning, reflection, and enjoyment for GTU students, and staff, as well as for the wider community.