The first Religious Studies Colloquium will be Wednesday, September 20, 12 noon-1 pm in 2628 CL.
David Brumble, professor of English with a secondary appointment in Religious Studies, will speak on "Gambaga: A Witch Sanctuary in the North of Ghana."
For those of you not familiar with the colloquium series: we meet about once a month; all students and faculty are invited. The speaker talks for about 30-40 minutes about current research which leaves 20-30 minutes for questions and discussions. Sometimes those who don't have obligations at 1 pm linger for another few minutes in discussion.
If you have a class or someplace to be at 1, it's okay to leave at 12:50. People do start to leave then.
Lastly, cookies and coffee are served and everyone is invited to bring his or her lunch as well.