Announcements, Conferences, Exhibitions Jewish Studies at Boston College Fall 2005, Boston College, Chestnut Hill MA. Boston College will inaugurate an interdisciplinary Jewish Studies Program in the fall semester, 2005, among the ﬁ rst of its kind at an American Catholic university. The program, co-directed by Professors Dwayne Carpenter and Maxim D. Shrayer (see article in this issue), will examines the multiple dimensions of Jewish civilization throughout its broad chronological and geographical range. A Jewish Studies minor has been created. Inquiries: http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/jewish. The Twelfth Annual Image Conference 10–13 Nov. 2005, Houston TX.This year’s theme is titled, “The Matter of Devotion: Art, Liturgy, and the Stu ﬀ of Worship.” Speakers will include Kathleen Norris, author of Dakota and The Cloister Walk ; philoso- pher Nicholas Wolterstor ﬀ , author of Art in Action ; Thomas Lynch, author of The Undertaking ; poet Robert Cording; Seven Dance Company; and visual artists Alfonse Borysewicz and Wayne Forte. Inquiries: http://www.imagejournal.org/conference/. 2006 Paraclete Fiction Award Contest Deadline: 25 Jan. 2005. The 2006 Paraclete Fiction Award will be given to the author of a pre- viously unpublished literary novel with Christian themes or interfaith dia- log. Winner will receive $2000 (advance royalties) and publication by
Religion and the Arts – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2005
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