“Being a Korean Woman Theologian in the Academy”
who will informally share her experience and perspective
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 3:45
In the Religion and Philosophy Commons, First floor of Comenius
Refreshments will be served!
This event is sponsored by the Religion Salon.
In the Department of Religion at Moravian College, faculty and students study the religious traditions of the world and explore the nature and function of religion in human experience. Through multidisciplinary methods engaging text, theology, ritual, belief, culture, history and more, we investigate the ways religion enriches and complicates the lives of people as a major source of people’s values, ideals and practices. Students are encouraged to bring their own questions to the building of skills in thinking and reading, speaking and writing, and how to approach and understand cultures radically different from their own. Our study helps us learn to listen and understand the differences in and between people.
The department chair is Dr. Kelly Denton-Borhaug.
For more information about the Religion Department at Moravian College please click here.