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Trialogue: Beyond the Boundary Conceptual Models of the (Religious) Stranger in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
This panel discussion is open to members of the UCLA and Los Angeles communities who are interested in exploring a key issue of concern in contemporary religious and cultural studies. The forum also is the culmination of the upper-division seminar course Religion 120. The course is designed to introduce students from a broad spectrum of academic disciplines, as well as cultural and religious backgrounds, to an analysis of the complex interrelatedness of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Free and Open to the Public
Co-sponsored by the Academy for Judaic, Christian and Islamic Studies at UCLA | www.afjcis.org
Reinhard Krauss, Ph.D.
Lecturer, UCLA Center for the Study of
Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Ph.D.
Rector and Professor of Philosophy
American Jewish University
Janna Gosselin, Ph.D.
Professor of Christian Spirituality, New
Theological Seminary of the West
Muzammil Siddiqi, Ph.D.
Chair, Fiqh Council of North America
and Religious Director, Islamic Society
of Orange County