Monthly Archives: July 2008
In Episode 17, Chris Gondek speaks with (1) Marwan Muasher about the contribution of modern Arab states to the Middle East peace process and (2) Rob Riemen about the importance of spiritual development to the health of the body politic.
The Liturgy Symposium Series is presented by the Institute of Sacred Music. The series features liturgical scholars and practitioners selected by the chair of the Program on Liturgical Studies, Bryan Spinks. The talk focuses on the role of Christ’s passion in the liturgical imagination at the moment when Christianity first met the peoples of the New World (and vice versa), specifically, the indigenous cultures of central Mexico.
Paul Freedman, Chester D. Tripp Professor of History, explores and dispels modern misconceptions regarding historical European tensions in the Middle East, providing illumination of major events from the Crusades to a more modern era.