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Please join us in the Handwerker Gallery at 4.00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 1, for "Googling God:  Religion in the Twenty-First Century," the final Tuesday Salon of the semester.

Rachel Wagner, assistant professor of Religion, will lead a discussion exploring how religions and worship have changed since the 20th century and what has brought on this change from our parents and grandparents’ generations, including the role of virtual religious practice.

The Tuesday Salon is a Handwerker Gallery program aimed at providing students, faculty, staff, and members of the community a forum outside of the classroom for intellectual discussion and debate. Topics are selected by a guest discussant, who provides a 10-minute introduction and moderates the ensuing conversation.

For more information please contact Tina Orlandini at

Tuesday Salon:  Rachel Wagner, "Googling God:  Religion in the Twenty-First Century," 4.00 p.m., December 1 | 1 Comments |
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Tuesday Salon:  Rachel Wagner, "Googling God:  Religion in the Twenty-First Century," 4.00 p Comment from nnino1 on 11/30/09
Very interesting topic. I am personally very sorry I am not able to attend. Best regards and I hope you all have a wonderful experience.