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Ignite: Martine Rothblatt Durham
Ignite: Martine Rothblatt
Apr 4 5:30 PM at The Levin Jewish Community Center in Durham

Join us for a panel discussion with Martine, grandmother and CEO of United Therapeutics, author of “Virtually Human,” founder of the religion Terasem Movement, and founder of Sirius XM....


STANDUP 101: Mondays, 7-9PM Chapel Hill
STANDUP 101: Mondays, 7-9PM
Mar 13 7:00 PM at DSI Comedy Theater in Chapel Hill

STANDUP 101: Stand Up Writing Workshop DSI teaches the art of standup comedy. Learn how to use your persona, build on a premise, develop a joke and generate punch lines until you find ones that really hit. Learn how to spin true stories and rock a routine tha...


UNC Humanities in Action: The Integration of Muslims in Europe: How Important is Religion?
Mar 8 at Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill

The Integration of Muslims in Europe: How Important is Religion?Wed 3/8, 4:30pm – 6:00pmRahsaan D. Maxwell, Associate Professor of Political ScienceThe integration of Muslims is one of the most challenging issues in Europe today, with some skeptics proposi...


The Integration of Muslims in Europe: How Important is Religion?
Mar 8 4:30 PM at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill

March 8 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm...



Egypt: Then & Now – A Dialogues Seminar
Mar 18 9:00 AM at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill

Pre-registration RequiredIn collaboration with the African Studies Center and Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim CivilizationsMarch 18th, 2017Archaeologist Jennifer Gates-Foster will discuss how life in Egypt changed during the era of...


Owen Gottlieb (RIT): Medieval and Religious Law in Game Design
Mar 20 6:30 PM at Duke University in Durham

Owen Gottlieb (RIT): Medieval and Religious Law in Game Design Presenter:Owen Gottlieb (Rochester Institute of Technology)Sponsors:Center for Jewish Studies, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (AMES), and Department of Religio...


GSFS - Graduate Scholars Colloquium
Feb 27 6:00 PM on various days at Duke University in Durham

GSFS - Graduate Scholars Colloquium Series Name:GSFS - Graduate Scholars ColloquiumPresenter:Carolyn Laubender, LiteratureSponsor:Women's Studies ProgramLocation:East Duke Parlors - MapWebcast:Watch hereWhen: 09/26/2016 at 06:00 PM to 09/26/2016 at 08:0...


Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Difference with Alumni Author John Inazu
Apr 6 12:30 PM at Duke University in Durham

Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Difference with Alumni Author John Inazu Sponsor:Law SchoolLocation:Law School 3041 - MapWhen: 04/06/2017 at 12:30 PM to 04/06/2017 at 01:30 PM The 2017 National Library Week Alumni Author event feat...



Rabbi Jonathan Sacks & Abdullah Antepli: Inter-Religious Dialogue in the Public Sphere
Mar 27 6:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

Rabbi Jonathan Sacks & Abdullah Antepli: Inter-Religious Dialogue in the Public Sphere Presenter:Rabbi Jonathan Sacks & Abdullah AntepliSponsors:Center for Jewish Studies and Kenan Institute for EthicsLocation: TBA When: 03/27/2017 at 06:00 PM to 03/27/2017...


Book Talk-- The Soul of China: The Return of Religion After Mao
Apr 20 7:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

Book Talk-- The Soul of China: The Return of Religion After Mao Series Name:APSI Speaker SeriesPresenter:Ian JohnsonSponsors:Asian Pacific Studies Institute (APSI) and Global Asia InitiativeLocation:Perkins Library 217 - MapWhen: 04/20/2017 at 07:00 PM to 0...


FIFNC - 2017 Family Fun Day Carnival
Apr 8 11:00 AM at Temple Baptist Church in Selma

First in Families of NC - Johnston County - Family Fun Day - is a 3 hour FREE carnival provided to the families within Johnston County, NC who have a member of the family with special needs.   The carnival is for the whole family!  The carnival will have a...


Service Project - FIFNC - 2017 Family Fun Day
Apr 8 11:00 AM at Temple Baptist Church in Selma

First in Families of NC - Johnston County - Family Fun Day - is a 3 hour free carnival provided to the families within Johnston County, NC who have a member of the family with special needs.   The carnival is for the whole family - not just the special need...



Agnes of God presented by Forest Moon Theater
Feb 23 8:00 PM at Sonorous Road in Raleigh

When a newborn child is found dead in a convent, a court psychiatrist must determine whether the nun accused of the crime is mentally fit to stand trial, with the question of the fathers identity hanging in the balance. Forest Moon Theater is pleased to bring...


Agnes of God presented by Forest Moon Theater
Feb 24 8:00 PM at Sonorous Road in Raleigh

When a newborn child is found dead in a convent, a court psychiatrist must determine whether the nun accused of the crime is mentally fit to stand trial, with the question of the fathers identity hanging in the balance. Forest Moon Theater is pleased to bring...


Carolina Forum: Social and Economic Inequality in America
Apr 11 5:30 PM at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill

Mary Beth Maxwell and Dorian T. Warren will discuss ‘Social and Economic Inequality in America’ as part of the department of public policy’s Carolina Forum.A longtime leader in social justice movements, Mary Beth (M.B.) Maxwell leads the groundbreaking...


Sand Mandala Opening Ceremony
Feb 22 10:00 AM at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill

From Feb. 22-25, Geshe Palden Sangpo from the Kadampa Center for the Practice of Tibetan Buddhism in the Gelugpa Tradition will create a sand mandala in the FedEx Global Education Center. Dr. Lauren Leve, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, will give op...



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