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The First Symposium

Symposium Theme: Religions, Human Rights and Global Ethics

Date: August 18-20, 2014

Topics:

- Human Rights and Religious.
- Women and Religion.
- Minorities' Rights in, Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Communities.
- Protecting the Environment in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
- Common Ethics among Religions.
- Role of Education in Human Rights Awareness.
- Building the Curriculum for Religious Courses.

Info:

To obtain further info, please contact us at: Professor Erik Larson, Dept. of Religious Studies at FIU, FL. email.

For Registration:

To attend the Symposium, please contact the following Email: Dr. Larson email.

Fees:

Registration Fees: $500 (due a month prior to the program & is non-refundable)

Program Fee: $1200 (due a month prior to the program & is refundable up to two days before the program)

Total Fee: $1700 (for more information on payment, please contact: Ms.Lolowah at +966536525944)

FIU Faculty and Students: Gratis

Presentations:

To present a paper in the Symposium, please submit an abstract of (250 words) on any of the above topics. It must be dated one month prior to the Symposium.

Translation:

FIU will provide (English-Arabic) translation service

For further information please contact: Professor Erik Larson, Dept. of Religious Studies at FIU, FL. at Email

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Venue:FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus, MARC Pavilion

“Bringing Dōgen Down to Earth” conference

Ven. Lama Khemsar Rinpoche

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Venue:AC1-194 (Biscayne Bay Campus)

Co Sponsored by the Asian Studies Program

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Venue:FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus, GC 140

Lecture by Carlos M.N. Eire, Yale University

December

What is my soul and what does it want from me?

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Venue:FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus, DM 190

Rabbi Levi Friedman of Chabad FIU will be giving a lecture on Hasidism and Kabbalah