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Programs and Presentations 2018

  • 1) A Presentation on “Finding Today’s Women in the Ancient Texts and Rituals of Judaism,” at St. Andrew United Church of Christ, 2608 Browns Lane, Louisville, February 5, 2018. Read More
  • 2) A Presentation on “Divine Penmanship: The Art and Devotion of Islamic Calligraphy,” at St. Andrew United Church of Christ, 2608 Browns Lane, Louisville, February 12, 2018. Read More
  • 3) Five Presentations on “Discover the Real Women’s Issues in Islam,” at the following Branches of the Louisville Free Public Library: 1. Jeffersontown Branch Library (March 5, 2018); 2. Bon Air Branch Library (March 12, 2018); 3. Highland Shelby Park Branch Library (March 21, 2018); 4. Iroquois Branch Library (March 24, 2018); 5. Crescent Hill Branch Library (March 30, 2018). Read More
  • 4) A Presentation on “Divine Penmanship: A Short Survey of Sacred Calligraphy in Islam,” at Bon Air Branch Library, Louisville, March 7, 2018. Read More
  • 5) An Interfaith Workshop on International Women’s Day on “Journey Toward Wholeness: Women in Four Spiritual Traditions – Native American, Jewish, Christian, Islamic,” at Louisville Free Public Library, Louisville, March 8, 2018. Read More
  • 6) An Interfaith Devotional Program on “The Sacred Rite of Fasting in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam,” at Cathedral of the Assumption, 433, S. 5th Street, Louisville, March 18, 2018. Read More
  • 7) A Community-wide Workshop on “Women in Four Spiritual Traditions: Further Along in the Journey to Wholeness”: Part One: Presentations on Native American, Jewish, Christian, Islamic Traditions; Part Two: Conversation amongst the Panelists from the Four Traditions; Part Three: Conversation amongst the Presenters, Panelists and the Participants, at Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, 4936 Brownsboro Road, Louisville, April 8, 2018. Read More
  • 8) An Interview in two parts of Dr. Riffat Hassan by Professor Avery Kolers of the University of Louisville, on “Ethics Forward” – a discussion program using the methods of philosophical ethics to approach contemporary public issues. The Radio Show is aired on WFMP-LP 106.5 FM, Louisville, May 29 and June 7, 2018. Read More
  • 9) An Interfaith devotional and educational Program on “The Sacred Rite of Fasting in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam,” at The Temple – Congregation Adath Israel Brith Sholom, 5101 US Highway 42, Louisville, June 10, 2018. Read More
  • 10) A 6-Part, Short Course on “Understanding Terrorism,” at Louisville Free Public Library, Louisville, August 7, 14, 21, 28, September 4 and 11, 2018. Read More
  • 11) A Program on “Iranian Tea at the Library: Stories of Kind People in a Turbulent Era,” conducted by Dr. Dennis Neyman and Dr. Fariba Kashan at Louisville Free Public Library, Newburg Branch, Louisville, September 26, 2018. Read More
  • 12) VERITAS: 6-week course on “The Abrahamic Faith Traditions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam,” with (i) A dual-presentation on “The People of the Book: in theory and in practice among the Abrahamic Traditions” (October 1, 2018); (ii) A Presentation on “Women’s Journeys to Wholeness in the Judaic Tradition” (October 8, 2018); (iii) A Presentation on “Women’s Journeys to Wholeness in the Christian Tradition (October 15, 2018); (iv) A Presentation on “Women’s Journeys to Wholeness in the Islamic Tradition” (October 22, 2018); (v) An Interfaith Panel Program on “Meet Mary, the Mother of Jesus in the New Testament and the Qur’an” (October 29,2018); and (vi) A Presentation on “Islamic Calligraphy: devotional artistry honoring God’s Sacred Word,” (November 5, 2018) at Bellarmine University, Louisville. Read More
  • 13) An Interfaith Program on “Encountering Mary in Catholicism and Islam: A Devotional,” at Church of the Ascension, 4600 Lynnbrook Drive, Louisville, December 9, 2018. Read More

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