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Revision as of 13:30, 9 July 2013

"Soul"

2013 New York Alexander Men Conference

Register online.


Date
July 31, 2013
Location
Union Theological Seminary West 122nd Street, New York, NY
Directions
Google Maps

Schedule

4:30 pm general gathering in the main chapel for conversation with participants
5:00 pm Keynote presentation by Robert Pollack, Columbia University, “A biologist looks at the human soul”
5:30-6:30 pm
  • Andrey Chernyak, “Fr Men and the soul”
  • Michael Allison (Goddard Laboratory), “The vocation of exodus and what it says about the human soul”
  • Albert Raboteau (Princeton), “ Soul Music and the soul”
6:30-6:50 pm Round table exchange amongst the speakers
Refreshment Break (coffee tea etc.)
7:10-7:30 pm Question period
7:30-8:30 pm Arts and soul:
  • Reading John Betjeman, by Peter Von Berg
  • Reading Charles Laughton's Noah, by Richard Sterne
  • Song, by Dana Talley and Michael Roshak
  • Magic, by Robert Aberdeen

We intend this to be a festive, full but also enjoyable, evening. Surely the awareness of soul in modes ranging from science through the arts is a vital one in our time.

Registration at the door for a donation if possible of $10 or in advance by mail for that amount. Any additional donation to support this event is welcome and needed, can be sent to: "The Patristic Society. 320 South Broadway P-7. Tarrytown NY 10591", cash or check made out to "The Patristic Society".