The link to Dr. Hidalgo's PowerPoint presentation can be found here.
The Department of Religious Studies and Classics invites you to the 2020 Robert A. Burns Lecture, followed by a Panel Discussion on “Religion and the Arizona Border.”
The event will take place on Monday, January 27, 2020, 6:00-8:00PM at the University of Arizona Poetry Center (1508 E. Helen Street).
6:00PM – Robert A. Burns Lecture by Professor Jacqueline M. Hidalgo: “The Christian Bible as a Text of Migration”
7:00PM – Panel Discussion: "Religion and the Arizona Border"
Dr. Daisy Vargas, Assistant Professor, University of Arizona Department of Religious Studies & Classics
Fr. Sean Carroll, S.J., Kino Border Initiative, Executive Director
Eddie Chavez Calderon, Arizona Jews for Justice, Campaign Organizer
Rev. Alison Harrington, Southside Presbyterian, Pastor
Dr. Jacqueline Hidalgo, Williams College, Associate Professor of Latino/a Studies and Religion
Dr. Alex Nava, University of Arizona, Professor of Religious Studies
Dr. Courtney Friesen, Assistant Professor, University of Arizona Department of Religious Studies & Classics (email@example.com)