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Science and Religion in America: The 2011 American Studies Graduate Student Conference

Story imageCo-sponsored by CSR. 
For more information, see below and visit http://www.princeton.edu/ams/for_graduate_students/student-conference/

Location: McCormick 106

Date/Time: 09/23/11 at 4:30 pm - 09/24/11 at 6:00 pm

Science & Religion in America
The 2011 American Studies Graduate Student Conference
September 23-24, 2011
Princeton University


Friday, September 23, 106 McCormick
4:30 PM: Coffee and Introductions
4:45 PM: Keynote Address by David Hollinger
(Preston Hotchkiss Professor of History, University of California at Berkeley)
 
Saturday, September 24, Chancellor Green Rotunda, East Pyne
8:30 AM: Coffee
9:00 AM: Panel 1: Medicine and Religious Experience
Faculty Respondent: Keith Wailoo (History, Princeton University)
10:30 AM: Break
10:45 AM Panel 2: Faith, Authority and Exploration
Faculty Respondent: William Gleason (English, Princeton University)
12:15: Lunch
1:15 PM: Panel 3: Psychology and the Spiritual
Faculty Respondent: Dan Bouk (History, Colgate University)
2:45 PM: Break
3:00 PM: Panel 4: Calvinism and Scientific Knowledge in Early America
Faculty Respondent: Sarah Rivett (English, Princeton University)
4:30 PM: Break
4:45 PM: Keynote Address by Priscilla Wald
(Professor of English, Duke University)
6:00 PM: Closing Reception

Category: Public Lectures

Department: Co-sponsored events