The Center for the Catholic Intellectual Tradition introduces the:
Catholic Artistic Imagination Series
"Rublev's Icon of the Trinity"
Friday, December 6, 2013
613 Student Union
Our series continues with a consideration of iconographic representations of the LORD's appearance to Abraham in the form of three men (Gen. 18). Early Western and Eastern icons interpreted this passage Christologically. The Russian iconographer Andre Rublev, in his famous icon on the Trinity, illustrated the same event as an interaction between the three persons of the Trinity and an invitation addressed to the viewer to participate in the life of the Trinity. Dr. Radu Bordeianu will share his expertise in a relaxed setting.
Tuesday, November 12, 4-5pm
Reception to follow
This series will focus on the incorporation of faith into different mediums of artwork; music, literature, painting, as well as how it is depicted cross-culturally.
Emily Fenichel, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Art History Program, will begin the series by discussing images of faith in painting, and Leonardo da Vinci's work in particular.
Spiritan Pedagogy Dinner
Building Relationships with Africa: Evolving Foundations for Research, Teaching and Service
Anne Marie Hansen, Ed.D., O.T.R., Assistant Professor, Paluse Faculty Fellow
Lisa Lopez Levers, Ph.D, P.C.C.-S, L.P.C., C.R.C., N.C.C., The Rev. Francis Philben, CSSp. Endowed Chair in African Studies, Professor of Counselor Education & Supervision
Rodney Hopson, Ph.D., Professor, Hillman Distinguished Professor, 2006-2011
Catholic Strategies of International Conflict Resolution: Will the Rise of ‘Islamo-Liberals' Reduce Western-Islamic Hostilities?
Mark L. Haas, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Part of the 2013 Mission and Identity Founders Week events.
2012 Paluse Faculty Research Grant Workshop
The workshop provided interested faculty an opportunity to meet with previous grant recipients to discuss the scope of the Catholic intellectual tradition and the character of mission-related research and scholarship. We welcome full-time faculty members who are considering applying for the Paluse Faculty Research Grant, or would like to participate in a conversation regarding mission-related research in general. Held Monday, December 10, 2012.
"Echoes of Biblical Apocalypticism in Benedict XVI's Social Teaching"
Dr. William Wright, Associate Professor, Theology Department
Thursday, October 11, 2012
"The Invention of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition: Mission and Identity in Catholic Higher Education"
Dr. Darlene Fozard Weaver, Director of the Center for the Catholic Intellectual Tradition
October 3, 2012