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An evening in the life of the Divinity School
Monday January 10th at the Divinity School was a busy day marked by a pleasant multitude of student-organized events. The Early Christian Studies Workshop hosted a workshop, led by Professor Clifford Ando of the Classics Department, "Praesentia numinis." Liberation philosopher and theologian Enrique Dussel, Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the Iztapalapa campus of the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (Autonomous Metropolitan University, UAM), Mexico, gave a public lecture. "Martin Buber: Between Myth and History," was presented at the Jewish Studies and the Hebrew Bible Workshop (by Claire Sufrin, Religious Studies, Northwestern University). And finally, at 7 pm, James Hoke, an M.Div. candidate, presented his Senior Ministry Project Presentation at Disciples Divinity House: "The Sound of Vuvuzelas: Reading the Bible in South Africa."
Photos by Darren Leow.