Calvin College Summer Seminars - deadline Feb 3rd

Monday, January 30, 2006 (Around 8 years ago)

The seminar program seeks to promote a strong Christian voice in the academy by addressing issues of current debate within various disciplines from the perspective of a deep Christian commitment and encouraging the production of first-order scholarship.

Summer 2006 Events

  • Faith in the Classroom: Christian Perspectives on Teaching and Learning. David L. Smith
  • Taste and See that the Lord is Good: Liturgical Participation and the Dynamics of Happiness. Ellen T. Charry
  • Liturgy and Politics: Is the Church a Polis? William T. Cavanaugh
  • The Transformation of Christian Worship: Recent Historu of Protestant and Catholic Practices (1960-2000). John D. Witvliet
  • Commuinitas: A Visiting Scholars Program

Eligibility and application requirements, seminar expectations, and appropriation packages (stipend, travel assistance, room and board) vary for the differnet seminars and workshops. See the program website, www.calvin.edu/scs, for details and to apply. The application deadline for most events is February 3rd, 2006.

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