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We will hear representatives of five Goshen Guilds in which they will highlight their activities, and will display or share some of their creations.
We will explore the geography of Christians communities in the Middle East, the secrets of their survival, and their current jeopardy.
We will study the music to be performed at the annual Festival of Carols at Goshen College on December 4, 5, and 6.
We will explore current connections between Catholics and Mennonites through stories of intermarriage, living peaceably as neighbors, teaching in each other's universities, and joining hands in each other's service agencies.
We will consider ways in which poetic form may express culture or era via samples from different liturature.
We will discuss what it means for psychology to define itself as a science in the context of applied topics in developmental, clinical, experimental, and social psycology.
We will explore the various uses of the Job tradition in religion and culture, and suggest ways in which it remains a vital resource for pondering the meaning of human happiness and suffering.