Black Church & Black Mosque
An interfaith conversation on faith and race
March 4th, 2013 at 7pm
Goodson Chapel, Duke Divinity School
Join the Duke Faith Council, Center for Muslim Life and Department of Religion in a conversation on race and Muslim-Christian relations with invited guests William Turner, Sherman Jackson and Lawrence Mamiya. This event honors the work of C. Eric Lincoln, Methodist minister, civil rights activist and professor of religion and culture at Duke University in the 1970s and 80s and author of the seminal book “Black Muslims in America.”
CALL for SUBMISSIONS
Juhood: Journal of Middle Eastern and North African Affairs
Juhood is now accepting submissions for its Spring 2013 issue. The journal features academic papers written on a number of disciplines and are not limited to the Islamo-Christian tradition or a discourse on Arabs. Issues of popular culture, arts, human rights, and Mizrahim presence are just a few potential topics. The journal also features photo essays on these topics. Deadline is February 28th.
Also, this year Juhood is also accepting cover submissions. Submit any high quality photo with relevance to the topics of Juhood. The deadline for cover submissions is March 15th. Continue reading
Via QSCIENCE.COM, on JAN 5, 2013
Religions/Adyân is an annual and bi-lingual (English and Arabic) publication in interfaith studies published by the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue with an emphasis on interreligious dialogue and the relations between Islam and other faiths.
In a world of religious misunderstandings, violence, and hijacking of religious faiths by political ideologies, Religions/Adyan intends to provide a welcome space of encounter and reflection upon the commonalities and shared goals of the great religions of the world. The title of the journal suggests religious diversity while suggesting the need to explore this diversity in order to develop keys to both a deepening of one’s own faith and a meaningful opening to other creeds.
As a refereed international publication published the Doha International Center for Interfaith Dialogue, Religions/Adyân finds its inspiration in the universal message of monotheism broadly understood, while engaging the various religious faiths that share common principles and values within this broadly defined context. Continue reading