25 Mar 2014
March 25, 2014

Religion & Glass Symposium

When:
April 8, 2014 @ 9:30 am – 10:50 am
Where:
Anderson 821
1114 Polett Walk
Temple University,Philadelphia,PA 19122
USA

Discover how various religions utilize material culture — in this case fragile yet enduringly beautiful glass — for expressing the sublime.

All are invited to the Religion and Glass Symposium sponsored by the Department of Religion, Temple University Tuesday, 8 April, 9:30-10:50 AM, 821 Anderson Hall.

Professor Jane Evans, Department of Art History, “The Development of Blown Glass in Syro-Palestine.”
Professor Vasiliki Limberis, Department of Religion, “Gold Glass and its uses by the early Christians”.
Professor Khalid Blankinship, Department of Religion, “Uses of Glass Lamps in early Mosques.”
Professor Terry Rey, Department of Religion, “Function of Glass Bottles in Haitian Religion.”

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