Virtual 2021 Ministry of Writing Colloquium: Grace, Play, Delight

Ft. Carrie Newcomer and Pádraig O’Tuama Grace, Play, Delight: If those words were friends, we’d wonder why they never called anymore. But to cope with an ongoing pandemic and confront our era’s injustices, we need to hear from them. We could also use a visit from their friends, joy and beauty. Date: Friday, October 22,...

The Separation Generation

A discussion with the authors: Earlham School of Religion Leatherock Professor of Quaker Studies Steve AngellRetired peace activist and journalist Chuck FagerEarlham School of Religion student Jade Souza From 2009 to 2018, five Quaker yearly meetings either formally underwent a separation into two or more new yearly meetings, or obliged numerous member Friends churches to...

Invisible: Racism, Sexism and Xenophobia: A Public Lecture by Grace Ji-Sun Kim

Invisibility persists throughout the Asian American story. On the one hand, xenophobia has long contributed to racism and discrimination toward Asian Americans. On the other hand, terms such as perpetual foreigner and honorific whites have been thrust upon Asian Americans, minimizing their plight with racism and erasing their experience as racial minorities. Even more indiscernible...

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Access – ESR’s Distance Program

You can earn the M.Div., M.A. in Religion, or M.A.: Theopoetics and Writing degrees, by taking a combination of online courses, “blended” courses, and two-week intensive courses at ESR in Richmond, Indiana. Learn more during this virtual information session. Note: This is a virtual event. After registration, you will receive an e-mail with information on...