Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Wed Jan 16: Department Colloquium

You are all invited to the first department brown-bag lunch colloquium of 2008:

The Department of Religious Studies
Brown Bag Lunch Colloquium Series
University of Pittsburgh


PhD Candidate, Religious Studies Department, University of Pittsburgh

“Banker by Day, Theologian by Night: A Study of Conversion Motives Among American Converts to Eastern Orthodoxy”

Wednesday, January 16, 2008
12:00 noon- 1 pm
2628 Cathedral of Learning

Coffee and cookies provided

Amy Slagle is currently a PhD candidate and second year Predoctoral Mellon Fellow in the Department of Religious Studies writing her dissertation on “Nostalgia Without Memory: Choice-making and Tradition Among American Converts to Eastern Orthodoxy”. She was also the recipient of the Louisville Institute Fellowship in the summer of 2007, and three consecutive FLAS awards from the Russian and East European Studies Program

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