10/5, 4:30-5pm: PBSG Meditation
10/5, noon-1pm: AA Campus and Community Meeting
10/5, 5:30-7pm: Religious LIfe Council Dinner Meeting
10/5, 6-8pm: Baptist Student Fellowship Dinner/Bible Study
10/5, 8-9:30pm: PEF Fellowship
10/5, 10pm-12:30am: Cafe Coffeehouse
10/5, 4:30pm: Bradley Hagerty: "Fingerprints fo God: The Search for the Science of Spirituality"
Barbara Bradley Hagerty is the religion correspondent for National Public Radio. She reports on the intersection of faith and politics, law, science, and culture. Before that, she was NPR's Justice Department correspondent and covered legal affairs and crime. Her stories ranged from the impeachment hearings of President Clinton to the Florida election to the DNA revolution.
Barbara was the lead correspondent covering the investigation into the September 11 attacks. Her reporting was part of NPR's coverage that earned the network the 2001 George Foster Peabody and Overseas Press Club awards. She has appeared on the PBS programs Washington Week in Review and The Lehrer News Hour. In her capacity as religion correspondent, Barbara received the 2004 Religion Newswriters Association award for radio reporting.
The New York Times bestseller Fingerprints of God will be available for purchase at the event. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact the Center for the Study of Religion at www.princeton.edu/csr, csrelig at princeton.edu, or 609-258-5545.
Sponsor: Center for the Study of Religion
10/5, 4:30 pm: Do Immigrants Religiously Assimilate?
Speaker: Phillip Connor, Princeton University
Additional Information: Evidence from Western Europe, the United States, and Canada. The Luce Speakers Series explores topics such as religion and war, religion and conflict, religion and immigrant integration, religion and development, and religion and democracy. The speakers are leading scholars from across the United States and throughout the world. See Luce Project web site for lecture titles: http://www.princeton.edu/~piirs/projects/lunc.html . For more information contact Audrey Mainzer (amainzer at princeton.edu)
Sponsor: PIIRS and the Center for the Study of Religion