11/17, 4:30pm: "The Making of a New Israel Lobby: How Mainstream American Jews are Finding a New Voice on Middle East Policy"
Speaker: Jeremy Ben Ami '84, Executive Director of J Street, the political voice of the pro-Isreal, pro-peace movement.
Sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, the Center for Jewish Life, the Davis International Center, the Near Eastern Studies Program and the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination
11/16, noon-1pm: AA Campus and Community Meeting
11/16, 4:30-5pm: PBSG Meditation
11/16, 5:30-7pm: RLC Dinner
11/16, 10pm-12:30am: Cafe Cofeehouse
11/16, 8pm-midnight: PEF Bible Study
11/16, 6-8pm: Babptist Student Fellowship Dinner/Bible Study
11/16, 8:15-9:15pm: Sikh Weekly Meeting
11/16, 9am-6pm: PUHS Cultural Competence Focus Groups
11/16, noon: Our Father: School Prayer and the Challenges of Interfaith Politics
Speaker: Neil Young, Lecturer in History
Lunch provided, email mkilleen at princeton.edu for reservations. Copies of the paper are available outside 42 McCosh Hall.
Sponsored by American Studies.
11/16, noon: "Public Visibility of Religion in Modern Turkey and Turkish Islam in the Netherlands"
Speaker: Bulent Senay, Counselor for Social and Religious Affairs at the Turkish Embassy in The Hague, Netherlands.
Free and open. Please note change in usual venue for this series.
Sponsored by the Dept. and Program in Near Eastern Studies
11/16, 4:30 pm: "Religion, Rationality, and Violence"
Speaker: Monica Duffy Toft, Harvard University
Luce Speaker Series on Religion
Sponsored by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies and the Center for the Study of Religion
11/16, 6pm: Oh, You're Just Reform: The Insecurities of Being a Reform Jewish Liberal
Most Reform Jews have had the double experience of hearing their branch of Judaism disparaged by other more traditional Jews and actually internalizing those feelings of inferiority. In this talk, Reform Rabbi, Lance Sussman, will briefly explore the theme of "anti Reform" in modern Jewish history and how Reform Jews have responded to these challenges personally and denominationally.
Sponsored by Kesher, the Reform student group of the CJL.
11/15, 10-11:30 am: Orthodox Christian Fellowship Divine Liturgy
11/15, 9:30-10:30 am: AA Beyond the Steps
11/15, 5:15-5pm: PBSG Meditation
11/15, 6-7:30pm: Princeton Presbyterians Sunday Fellowship
11/15, 8-9:45pm: AIA Leadership Meeting
11/15, 10pm-12:30am: Cafe Cofeehouse
11/15, 10:05-11pm: Aquinas Sunday Evening Mass
11/15: 11am: Peace Sunday: University Chapel Worship Service with Rabbi Michael Lerner
11/14, 11am-1pn: MSA Project Downtown Trenton
11/14, 10am-noon: Manna Servant Team Meeting
11/14, 2-3pm: PHS Gathering
11/14, 7:30pm-midnight: Manna Saturday Night Fellowship
11/14, 7-7:30pm: PBSG Meditation
11/14, 10pm-12:30am: Cafe Coffeehouse: Henna and Chai Night
11/14, 7pm: Diwali Celebration in the Chapel
Please join us for a special celebration of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. The evening includes devotional music and art, classical Indian dance, sacred readings, and a Hindu service.
11/13, 2-3:30pm: CSO Weekly Meeting
11/13, 7:30 pm: WWS Fountain Floating Candle Project
You are invited to float a candle at the Woodrow Wilson School fountain and enjoy a moment of quiet reflection with the Princeton University community. All are welcome!
Sponsored by Princeton Hindu Satsangam