Sunday, November 13, 2016 at 4:45pm to 7:00pm
Town and Gown (TGF)
665 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90089
The USC Casden Institute, the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture and the USC Department of Religion proudly present the 2016 Jerome Nemer Lecture featuring keynote speaker David Nirenberg, Dean of the Social Sciences Division at the University of Chicago with a reponse provided by Jessica Marglin, the Ruth Ziegler Early Career Chair in Jewish Studies and Assistant Professor of Religion, USC.
Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are usually treated as autonomous religions, but in fact across the long course of their histories the three religions have developed in interaction with one another. How have Jews, Christians, and Muslims lived with and thought about one another in the past, and what can that past tell us about how they do so today?
Reservations requested – Space is Limited
RSVP online at usc.edu/esvp (code: NemerLecture)
or by phone at: 213.740.1744
Please RSVP by November 8 Parking $12 in Parking Structure X