October 17, 2008
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RefWorks is a web-based citation management system that is available FREE to Yale students, faculty and staff to help you organize references for research. You can add references manually or import directly from ORBIS or other online databases (ATLA Religion Database, for example). RefWorks allows you to easily create in-text citations while you are writing your paper. Once you are finished writing, it takes just moments to generate a bibliography. Please set up a RefWorks account at http://www.library.yale.edu/cite/refworks.html and follow the instructions for setting up a personal account (this will allow more time to explore the system during the workshop). If you encounter problems setting up an account, please contact email@example.com or call Amy Limpitlaw at 432-6374.
Thursday, October 23 (12:30-1:15PM)
L-107 (the computer lab in the library)
How to Find Journal Articles: Need to find articles for course assignments and papers? This workshop will provide a roadmap to navigating Yale’s vast collection of journals and databases. We will concentrate on the most important databases for finding articles in religion. Participants will learn how to limit a search to articles available in full text, to articles relating to a specific scriptural reference, and to book reviews. This session will be especially helpful to students in Religion 600, 601 and.700. Contact (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tuesday, October, 21 (12:30-1:20PM)
Introduction to BibleWorks: Get a head start on your biblical exegesis paper! Learn about BibleWorks, a software program for biblical exegesis and research. This workshop will provide an overview of the layout and resources offered with BibleWorks. Participants will learn how to do basic searches on words and phrases (concordance searches). This workshop is intended for beginners and/or students without extensive knowledge of the biblical languages. Contact (email@example.com).
Tuesday, October 28 (12:30-1:20PM)
CPE centers are now receiving applications for Summer 2009. If you are considering CPE for this summer, or any time during your YDS career, you should attend this meeting; it’s only offered once a year. For application forms and directories, see www.acpe.edu.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
12:30 – Informational meeting in Niebuhr Hall
1:00 – Individual conversations in the Sarah Smith Gallery
with CPE supervisors from
Come hear Dr. Choon-Leong Seow of Princeton Theological Seminary speak on Job! His lecture, "The Musicality of Hope: Job 14 and Its Consequences." Refreshments served afterwards -- all are welcome. Contact: Carolyn.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday October 23 (5:30PM)
Saturday November 1 (8:00-2:30 PM)
Saturday, October 25
For all Annand programs contact: Jane Stickney (email@example.com or sign-up sheet near S-105)
Center Initiative on Religion, Politics, & Society welcomes Daniel
Philpott, Department of Political Science at the
Tuesday, October 21st (12:00-1:20PM)
Lunch will be provided at 11:45 A.M.
Do you want visit
an exciting Latin American nation? Explore sustainable agriculture? Help locals in
October 22nd (10PM)
Couch Room of Slifka (
Sundance and Emmy award-winning filmmakers Reichert & Bognar will screen and present Spirituality in Childhood Cancer from the PBS documentary A Lion in the House (www.lioninthehouse.com ). The 30min. documentary piece discusses the intersection of faith and contemporary medicine, specifically the role of, and struggles with, faith during and after cancer treatment. This intimate case study follows several families, nurses and doctors as they reach to their belief systems for support in a crisis. The filmmakers will guide the audience through a series of real-life situations and raise awareness of the spiritual dimension of health care.
Monday October 20 (12:30-2:00PM)
The group, which is open to undergraduate and graduate
students, began this summer with meetings once a week. Each meeting began with
a teaching on a topic previously chosen and ended with question and discussion,
as well as prayer and fellowship. The group is fully interactive and is
designed to be a forum for each member to share his or her insight into
specific topics as we all grow in an understanding of God's Will and Word. Fellowship will take place at my home, where
we will continue to discuss meeting times and subjects for the semester ahead. Contact: Alissa Wassung,
If you have a dance background that is wonderful, but for those who do not it is not necessary to have one. The most important element that is needed is the desire to learn to worship God with your body. The entire YDS community (students, faculty, men and women) are welcomed to take part. Don’t worry if you didn’t make the previous workshops. You can come when you are able to. Please wear comfortable clothing and come with a dancing heart. Contact: Kathleen.firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, October 20 (6:00-7:15PM)
November 16-17, 2008
The First Church of Christ,
Sunday, October 26 (4PM)
There is no charge for this event.
The panel features the following 4 fabulous women faculty...
- Emilie Townes (Academic Dean extraordinaire and womanist ethicist),
- Carolyn Sharp (stellar scholar of Hebrew Scriptures with a passion for diverse critiques of the text),
- Shannon Craigo-Snell (the theology professor who will make you fall in love with the discipline), and
- Kristen Leslie (an unmatched voice in feminist pastoral care and psychology).
They will be reflecting on women's voice and voicelessness in the classroom and in the Academy. After their initial remarks, we will break into small groups, led by faculty and students, followed by a large group Q&A and reflection session.
Wednesday, October 22 (4:00-5:30 PM)
Contact: (email@example.com) or (firstname.lastname@example.org).
October 20 (7:30PM)
The Women, Religion, and Globalization Project invites you to a workshop on reconciliation and forgiveness. Mpho Tutu will facilitate the workshop, which she describes as ‘an opportunity to learn the practices of prayer and the various disciplines of thought which are pivotal to beginning the faithful work of forgiveness and reconciliation.’ For more information about the speaker, visit http://www.tutuinstitute.org/ For more information about the Women, Religion, and Globalization Project, visit http://www.yale.edu/macmillan/wrg/
Thursday, October 23 (4:00PM)
ISM Great Hall
Please join us for a special
African Hymn Festival led by Professor Patrick Matsikenyiri of
Tuesday, October 21 (10:30-11AM)
Events include: Many fascinating events including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, “On the Shoulders of Giants: My Journey Through the Harlem Renaissance.” https://classesv2.yale.edu/access/content/attachment/db808726-92dc-4440-97ac-00dea665a947/Calendar2008.pdf.
Kirkridge is offering Christian and peace trainings throughout November. (www.kirkridge.org)
Get your free flu shot through Yale University Health Services. http://www.yale.edu/yhp/forms/flu_sched_2008.pdf.
The Christian Science Reading Room is going to be holding a series of informal, brown bag lunch discussions on "Politics with Spiritual Power.” Contact: email@example.com.
October 20 & 27 (12:30PM)
With the 2008 presidential election fast approaching, and the efforts to win the White House for ’change’ in America, one is likely to hear talk about grassroots campaigning and federal election reforms, both of which require more scrutiny of voter registration, voting technologies, media coverage, campaign funding and more. What allows and supports a politician’s rise to the level of a presidential nomination? How does a candidate win an election? What is the electoral college? Is a president really the people’s choice? Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending. This dinner-discussion is free and open to the Yale community. Organized and hosted by the Office of International Students & Scholars at Yale. http://www.yale.edu/icenter/images/understanding_america_0809.pdf
October 22 (5:30PM)
I am planning on attending SBL Annual meeting in November in