Learn more about how student-leader Sophie Asbell '24 helped plan a major event on Dickinson's Jewish history and conducted research to analyze comedian Larry David through a religious lens.
Dickinson marks meaningful anniversaries in its Judaic studies program with a celebration of Jewish life, learning and leadership.
Michael Pappas '83, executive director of the San Francisco Interfaith Council, will explore the importance of faith-based institutions in community organizing and addressing community needs.
The discussion, which marks the annual Wesley Lecture, will focus on the intersection of race and the Muslim identity in the U.S.
Learn more about Cassandra DiPierro ’23, a psychology major with two minors, who's pursuing a health-studies certificate, is an avid hiker and is certified in reiki.
Pastor and scholar Jay Williams will deliver this year’s annual Wesley Lecture, "Black Queer Christian Lives Matter: Race, Religion and Sexuality—an Intersectional Conversation.”
Robert B. Talisse, internationally recognized theorist of democracy, will discuss the overwhelming effects of political polarization in a virtual lecture.
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