The Department of Religion presents the Annual Dickinson Distinguished Lecture

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The Department of Religion presents the Annual Dickinson Distinguished Lecture

The Department of Religion presents the Annual Dickinson Distinguished Lecture - Ann Taves, University of California-Santa Barbara

Thursday, May 17, 2012
4:15pm-6:00pm
Kemeny 8
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars
Lecture title: Joseph Smith and the Discovery of the Golden Plates: The Role of Skilled Perception in the Making of Special Things

Reception to Follow
Free and open to the public

In addition to the public lecture, the Religion Department's Dickinson Seminar, REL 81 in 2012 Spring, will be offered by Prof. Nancy Frankenberry on the topic "Religious Experience Reconsidered." The Dickinson Seminar is a unique opportunity for students to focus on the work of a distinguished scholar who has made a significant impact upon the study of religion. The Religion faculty designs the course annually and invites the scholar to visit the Dartmouth campus to engage the students, critique their papers, and present a public lecture to the community.
Religion Department Events website
Prof Ann Taves website

For more information, contact:
Marcia Welsh, Administrative Assistant
603-646-3738

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.