Religious and Spiritual Identities
DESCRIPTIONFor many people, religion and spirituality are deeply personal, and create values that offer a sense of purpose and community. However, in public contexts, religion may be seen as either impolite to talk about or as dangerously divisive. In this workshop, we will explore how religious, spiritual, and humanist identities interact with other social identities in a historical and modern context shaped by power and privilege, and address the complexity of balancing religious and spiritual expression with the separation of church and state within a public context.
REGISTRATIONVisit our website for more information and registration links.
ACCOMMODATIONSTo request a disability-related accommodation for any OED Certificate workshop (please allow two weeks advance notice), contact Ralph Blanco at [email protected] or 612-625-8680.
Office for Equity and Diversity
St. Paul Student Center, Cherrywood Room (275)
Location Street Address
2017 Buford Avenue