Monthly Archives: February 2016

Associate Professor Michael Peppard Interview with Public Radio International (PRI)

Associate Professor Michael Peppard was interviewed for PRI “The World” on Friday, January 22nd, for the story “ISIS wants to erase the Middle East’s Christian history — and make a few bucks along the way.” Text and audio for the interview can be found below. Professor Peppard also had his article,”Is this the Oldest Image of the Virgin Mary?” published in yesterday’s New York Times Sunday Review Section. It’s a version of one of the arguments from his new book, The World’s Oldest Church (Yale 2016).





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Gender and Medieval Jewish Piety

A breakfast discussion by Elisheva Baumgarten (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), author of Practicing Piety in Medieval Ashkenaz: Men, Women and Everyday Religious Observance (2014) and Mothers and Children: Jewish Family Life in Medieval Europe (2004). The event is being hosted by the Gender and Religion Faculty Seminar, and co-sponsored by Jewish Studies, Women’s Studies, the Theology Department, and the Center for Medieval Studies. All interested faculty and students are welcome to attend. RSVPs to would be most appreciated.

Date: Wednesday, Feb. 10th from 9:30 – 11:00 AM in Duane 156 on the Rose Hill campus.

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