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March 2021

Practicing Religion: A Comparative Approach to the World’s Religions

March 23 @ 7:00 pm - May 25 @ 8:00 pm

Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human “practices,” and that these differ among the religions of the world. For instance, nearly all world religions are committed to hospitality, but how they practice hospitality can be very different. Or again, religions of the world have an understanding of “dying well,” but how this most human of…

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May 2021

White Responsibility: A Conversation on Race & Faith in the Heartland

May 16 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Please join the Interfaith Center at Miami University (Oxford, OH) and CRES (Kansas City) on Sunday, May 16th at 6:30pm Central (7:30pm Eastern) for White Responsibility: a Conversation on Race & Faith in the Heartland. The program will be moderated by David Nelson (founder of The Human Agenda) and will explore the following questions: 1.) What is the responsibility of white people? 2.) What is the responsibility of white churches? We welcome you into conversation with Mark Curnutte (author of…

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Race, Civility, and American Democracy

May 18 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Dr. Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., Department Chair, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor, Department of African American Studies, Princeton University Sasha Baken, Fourth-year Rabbinical Student, HUC/NY Becky Jaye, Fourth-year Rabbinical Student, HUC/NY Alexandra Stein, Fourth-year Rabbinical Student, HUC/NY Andrew Rehfeld, Ph.D., HUC President; Moderator Eddie S. Glaude, Jr., esteemed scholar, author, and cultural and political pundit, engages in a compelling conversation about race in America with HUC students and President Andrew Rehfeld. Join us for this presentation to recontextualize your…

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Purple: Politics & America

May 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

When we talk about politics in America, we often see them as red and blue, Democrat and Republican, conservative and liberal. But is it really that simple? Join us to explore the complexity of politics in America. We will discuss different ideologies, deepen our understanding of the spectrum of beliefs, and build skills to navigate difficult conversations across political divides.

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May 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This course is offered by Shoulder to Shoulder, a national multifaith organization committed to countering anti-Muslim discrimination in the United States. Shoulder to Shoulder envisions an America where people of all faiths and cultural backgrounds are treated respectfully, fairly, and with dignity. We advance our vision by directly engaging faith leaders in the United States to be strategic partners in countering discrimination and violence against Muslims. Our trainings aim to reduce and to counter anti-Muslim bias, discrimination, racism, and violence in…

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Every Book Has a Story: The Story of Alpha Betah of Ben Sira

May 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Judaism & Culture

Yoram Bitton, Director of Libraries, HUC More than 500 years ago, a contentious and unsettling book representative of what today we would call Pulp Fiction was published. Entitled Alpha Betah of Ben Sira, it was printed for the first time in Constantinople in 1519, became very popular, and was reprinted many times in the 16th century. Through this book’s fascinating story and its social-historical context, glimpse one of the treasures among the more than one million collection items preserved on…

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Modern Science and Spirituality: Mystery as Common Ground

May 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The concepts of paradox and mystery lie at the heart of both modern scientific thought and contemplative spirituality. The deeper we dig into the physical universe, the more astonishing and incomprehensible it becomes, and the more we are confronted with mystery. In this presentation, Dr. George Wolfe brings together believers and nonbelievers around the concept of mystery while at the same time, exploring the rich symbolism and wisdom that is found in the ancient religious texts. His presentation will also…

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Roundtable Conversation: Navigating Difference in South Asia

May 23 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Join our featured youth speakers from Pakistan and India for an hour-long conversation about their unique experiences being in dialogue across lines of difference. What surprised them about what they encountered in these dialogues? What did they notice about others, and what did they notice about themselves? What impact did these conversations have on their lives after the experience?

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The Disneyfication of Climate Crisis: Frozen and Moana Through the Lens of Global Warming

May 23 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Disney’s recent princess films Moana (2016), Frozen (2013), and Frozen 2 (2019) cast the primary antagonist as climate change. These films solve their respective climate issues through love for oneself, one’s family, and the environment. Grounding our analysis in ecocriticism in children's literature, Disney’s marketing of the films, and their material culture, we argue that these new princess films can offer young viewers an introduction to issues of global warming, but do not wholeheartedly follow through on their ecocritical promise.…

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Writing a Land Acknowledgement Workshop

May 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

*This event has a suggested donation of $10-20 which will go straight to the Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition.* About the Presenter: Dawn Knickerbocker belongs to the Anishinaabe people, is a citizen of White Earth Nation, and is an enrolled member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe from the Ottertail Pillager band of Indians. Dawn is the current Board President at the Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition. She works full time for Native Americans in Philanthropy and is a columnist for…

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