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Jacob and His Twelve Sons: An Interfaith Perspective | The Frick Collection

Jacob and His Twelve Sons: An Interfaith Perspective | The Frick Collection.

A panel of faith leaders discuss the Jacob story as told in three religions: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.

Presented in conjunction with the special exhibition Zurbarán’s Jacob and His Twelve Sons: Paintings from Auckland Castle, on view through April 22.

Free with museum admission and online registration is required
 
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Sana Amanat Supercharges The Comics World – Bwog

Sana Amanat Supercharges The Comics World – Bwog.

On Tuesday evening, Barnard’s Sulz Parlor was packed with eager listeners. Like her heroine, Sana Amanat was warm, funny and down-to-earth. Amanat, the child of Pakistani immigrants, worked in magazine publishing after graduating from Barnard. From there she moved to an indie comic book company. She was hired by Marvel in 2009, where she currently works as director of content and character development. 
 Interviewing her was Professor Hussein Rashid, adjunct professor of religion at Barnard, whose work focuses on Muslims and American popular culture. He starts with the most important question of all: How did her time at Barnard inform and prepare her for her work as a comic book editor?

Religion and the Digital Turn | Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life


Religion and the Digital Turn | Institute for Religion, Culture, and Public Life
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The methods of the Digital Humanities present an opportunity to think about the goals and methods in the Study of Religion. The emergence of these new tools challenges the ways in which we consider academic work, and the premises around which Study of Religion is built. By broadening the scope of what we can do with “religious” material, we can more broadly imagine what religion is
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