The Brown Bag Colloquium is a one hour formal presentation given by one of the core faculty members of the department or a visiting scholar about their current research. All Brown Bag Colloquium events are free and open to the public. Since it is held around lunch time attendees can bring a lunch with them, although it is not encouraged when we have guests coming from countries where this is considered disrespectful. These events are great opportunities for those interested in the study of religion to get to know one another and learn about and discuss each others' research.
The Making of the Hawaiian Bible
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Department Chair Dr. Kapali Lyon will be presenting. The event will take place in Sakamaki Hall, room A302. Please click here to view a more detailed description of this event.
Revisiting Past and Present Approaches to “Universality”: From the Case of a Young Japanese Monk Traveling to India to the Contemporary Landscapes of Japanese and Taiwanese Buddhist Traditions
Friday, April 15, 2016
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Religion faculty member Dr. Michel Mohr will be presenting. The event will take place in Sakamaki Hall, room A302. Please click here to view a more detailed description of this event.
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