Advanced Degree/Faculty Seminar - "The Good Bandit: Rethinking the Parable of the Good Shepherd"

Date: 
Wed, 2007-01-24 19:00 - 21:00

On Wednesday January 24, 2007, Regis ThD student David Reid will present an AD/Faculty seminar paper entitled The Good Bandit: Rethinking the Parable of the Good Shepherd as Anti-violent Rhetoric in John 10. Professor Joseph Plevnik and ThD student Luc Amasou will act as respondents.

The seminar will be conducted in the Margaret Brennan Classroom at 3:00 pm.

The AD/Faculty Seminars offer an opportunity for advanced degree students to engage with one another and faculty in a discussion on an apsect of their work. A faculty member or a student prepares a paper which is available from the reception one week before the seminar. On the day, the presenter speaks to the paper for approximately 20 minutes. This is followed by two 10 minute responses: one from an AD student and one from a faculty member. Following these responses, there is a general discussion. The seminar concludes with light refreshments. All advanced degree students and faculty are invited to these seminars.

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