Theme: Unity and Diversity
When: Second Thursdays of each Month, 10:00-10:50 a.m.
Where: 3-1 Room, Augustana Commons
[except Chapel on 16 Sept]
Invitation to the Augustana Community: Faculty, Students, Staff,
|16 Sept 2004
|Glenda Sehested, Ph.D.
||Moral Imagination, Unity and Diversity
|14 Oct 2004
||Patrick Henry, Ph.D.
|Retired Director of the Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research,
St. John's University, Collegeville, MN
||Diversity, Normality, and Explanation:
Unity Without a Privileged Story?
See page 9: send
e-mail to Patrick Henry
|11 Nov 2004
||Panel of Augustana College students
||Ingrid Arneson, Andrea Halverson,
Brian Smith, and Jaci Sutton
||On the elections
||Community worship event
|13 Jan 2005
||Geoffrey Dipple, Ph.D.
||Diversity and Tolerance in the
Age of Reformation and Confessionalism
|10 Feb 2005
||Panelists: Staff, Faculty, Administrator, and
(Staff), Michael Mullin (Assoc Prof,
History), Jim Bies (V. P. for Student Affairs), Annmarie
What unites and what divides our community?
|10 Mar 2005
||Anna Madsen, Ph.D.
||We Cannot Live By Bread Alone: The
Meaning of Religion to Secular People
|14 Apr 2005
||Dan Spencer, Ph.D.
||University of Montana,
|The Body in Pain:
Spirituality and Sexuality
|12 May 2005
||Joel Johnson, Ph.D.
||Disposed to Seek Their True Interests:
Representation and Responsibility in Anti-Federalist Thought