November 23rd is Giving Tuesday!

“Giving Tuesday is nearly upon us! Please consider supporting our students and faculty with a donation to the department here—every little bit helps in supporting scholarships, internship opportunities, professional development, and engaging our alumnae and alumni and friends!” … [Read more...]

“Supporting Survivors of Human Trafficking”. Angella Alvernaz, VA Dept. of Justice

Ms. Alvernaz is VA Dept. of Justice’s response coordinator for human trafficking. Her responsibilities include supporting survivors of human trafficking and educating the community about human trafficking. Thurs. 11/18, 139 Combs Hall, 3:30-5:00 p.m. … [Read more...]

Dr. Elise Friedland Speaking on Trajan’s Dacians, Union Station, and the Sculptural Landscape of Washington D.C.

Elise Friedland of The George Washington University will be speaking on Trajan’s Dacians, Union Station, and the Sculptural Landscape of Washington D.C. Thursday, November 4, 5:15 p.m via zoom: https://bit.ly/3lD1Nfz See poster for more information. Friedland lecture 11-4-2021 … [Read more...]

Hogaku from Prehistory to the Present PERFORMANCE and DISCUSSION

Wednesday, October 27 at 4pm in Lee Hall 411. Miyuki Yoshikami, author of Japan's Musical Tradition: Hogaku from Prehistory to the Present, will perform on the Koto … [Read more...]

GARDENS FOR PEACE PROJECT EVENTS

The Leidecker Center for Asian Studies is coordinating the following events, to which all are welcome: On Thursday, Sept 16 at 3:30 pm, is a participatory community clearing, preparation, and raking of Toshiko Tanaka's pattern in the zen garden. UMW's Japanese language teacher Rina Okada will say a few words about the Japanese concept of "heiwa" (peace). (If we are rained out, this will be rescheduled to Monday, Sept. 20.) On Tuesday, September 21, the UN International Day of Peace, Bob Chilton and Todd Stewart of Gardens Unlimited will give a bonsai demonstration and exhibit trees from their collection. This will take place in the HCC digital auditorium from 12pm - 2pm. You are welcome to come and go, stay for the whole session, or visit for just a few minutes as your schedule allows. On Tuesday, September 21 at 4:00pm, we will hold an outdoor meditation session at the zen garden. See flyer for more details: … [Read more...]

GIVING DAY IS TODAY!

Elizabeth A. Clark founded the department of Religion at what was then Mary Washington College in 1964 and established herself, and Mary Washington, as a leading center for the social and historical study of early Christianity. In 1979, she was named the first chair of a newly formed venture, the department of Classics, Philosophy, and Religion, which she led for three years before leaving for Duke University. Her proud tradition was carried forward in the distinguished careers of Jim Goehring and, now, Jennifer Barry. Dr. Barry joined our department in 2015 and immediately sought to honor her predecessor and mentor, Dr. Clark, with the establishment of the Elizabeth A. Clark Lecture Fund. The lecture series is meant to honor Liz’s contributions to CPRD and the legacy she created at Mary Washington. By virtue of this endowed fund, we would like to bring in renowned scholars from around the world who work on those salient topics Liz dedicated her time to developing over the … [Read more...]

CLARK LECTURE FUND GIVING DAY IS COMING APRIL 13TH!!

Elizabeth A. Clark founded the department of Religion at what was then Mary Washington College in 1964 and established herself, and Mary Washington, as a leading center for the social and historical study of early Christianity. In 1979, she was named the first chair of a newly formed venture, the department of Classics, Philosophy, and Religion, which she led for three years before leaving for Duke University. Her proud tradition was carried forward in the distinguished careers of Jim Goehring and, now, Jennifer Barry. Dr. Barry joined our department in 2015 and immediately sought to honor her predecessor and mentor, Dr. Clark, with the establishment of the Elizabeth A. Clark Lecture Fund. The lecture series is meant to honor Liz’s contributions to CPRD and the legacy she created at Mary Washington. By virtue of this endowed fund, we would like to bring in renowned scholars from around the world who work on those salient topics Liz dedicated her time to developing over the … [Read more...]

“Religion, Democracy, & Violence: A Virtual Symposium” March 30th

The Khatib Program in Religion & Dialogue presents: Religion, Democracy, and Violence Tuesday, March 30, 2021 | 2:00-4:00 pm RSVP Here! … [Read more...]

CLARK LECTURE FUND #GIVINGDAY IS COMING! APRIL 13!

Elizabeth A. Clark founded the department of Religion at what was once Mary Washington College in 1964 and established herself, and Mary Washington, as a leading center for the social and historical study of early Christianity. In 1979, she was named the first chair of a newly formed venture, the department of Classics, Philosophy, and Religion, which she led for three years before leaving for Duke University. Her proud tradition was carried forward in the distinguished careers of Jim Goehring and, now, Jennifer Barry. Dr. Barry joined our department in 2015 and immediately sought to honor her predecessor and mentor, Dr. Clark with the establishment of the Elizabeth A. Clark Lecture Fund. The Lecture series is meant to honor Liz’s contributions to CPRD and the legacy she created at Mary Washington. By virtue of this endowed fund, we would like to bring in renowned scholars from around the world who work on those salient topics Liz dedicated her time to developing over the … [Read more...]

Res Difficiles 2.0 Classics Conference March 20th

https://resdifficiles.com/register/ … [Read more...]