Faith in Fossils?

Theological Reflections of a Penn Paleontologist
Date: Wednesday, Feb 5, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Terrace Room, Cohen Hall

Dr. Peter Dodson is Professor of Anatomy and Paleontology at the University of Pennsylvania.  He is co-editor of The Dinosauria, a definitive scholarly resource, and the author or co-author of more than one hundred academic papers and books, including The Horned Dinosaurs (Princeton, 1996).  A research associate of the Academy of Natural Sciences and a member of the advisory committee for the Institute for Religion and Science, Dodson has taught a broad range of course in geology, history, history and sociology of science, and religious studies for more than three decades at Penn.  In 2011 he received a Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award.

Cosponsored by 
Penn Jews and Muslims, Dialoguing in Abraham’s Tent, Penn InterVarsity, the Whitefield Society, the Veritas Forum, and Penn Newman Center
For more information, please visit: www.collegiuminstitute.org
Please find a PDF of our event poster here.

The Renaissance Latin Workshop at Penn

Time: Wednesdays 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Place: College Hall, 319B

The Latin language is a passport to the culture of the Renaissance. It was the primary medium for the transmission of learning until that period, and remained so for centuries afterward.

This workshop convenes graduate students and scholars of the Penn community to translate significant Renaissance texts whose language conceals them from most modern audiences. We meet weekly in an informal, convivial setting to build our skills of translation and paleography and to enjoy reading post-classical Latin texts together. The workshop is moderated by History Professor Ann Moyer, Director Emerita of the Renaissance Society of America.

Please contact Dan Cheely (cheelyjm@sas.upenn.edu) if you would like to receive announcements for the group.