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“Religious Dialogue and Three Cups of Tea: Listen, Respect, Connect”

Imam Jamal Rahman, P. Ingram Lecturer, Interfaith Sufi Leader, Greater Seattle Area
7:00 pm | Thursday, March 5th | Scandinavian Cultural Center

Free and Open to the Public

As part of the 9th Biennial Wang Center Symposium “Disarming Polarization: Navigating Conflict and Difference” the Religion department invites you to the 2020 Paul O. Ingram lecture.

Held every other year, this lectureship celebrates the work of Professor Emeritus Paul O. Ingram. These lectures continue Dr. Ingram’s work in extending understandings of all religions through scholarship and teaching in comparative religions and interreligious dialog, by bringing to campus scholars whose work exemplifies the comparative, descriptive, and analytic methods that define the field.

Previous Lecturers:
2012 – Daniel Kent
2014 –  John B. Cobb
2016 –  Sharon Suh