Translating Faith in Premodern Cultures
FABLES OF FAITH
A public workshop
Lowell Gallagher, UCLA, “Remembering Lot’s Wife”
Julia Lupton, UCI, “Job and Timon of Athens”
Christine Chism, Rutgers University, “Facing the Land of Darkness: Alexander, Islam, and the Quest for the Secrets of God.”
Michelle Hamilton, UCI, “The Spectral Arab”
Catherine Sanok, University of Michigan, “Sources of Sanctity”
Friday, April 20, 2007
10 AM-5 PM
Free and open to the public
Dinner for participants will follow
Translating Faiths is an interdisciplinary series of workshops exploring medieval and early modern negotiations among Jewish, Christian, and Islamic faiths.
Pre-circulated papers. Sponsored by UCI International Center for Writing and Translation, Humanities Center, Department of English, Religious Studies, Early Cultures, Humanities Research Institute, Office of Research, and the UCSD Division of Humanities. For more information, please contact Elizabeth Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org), UCI Department of English.
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