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Serbin Guest Lecture at Virginia Commonwealth University


Kenneth P. Serbin, PhD, department of History, was the speaker for the Bishop Walter F. Sullivan Chair in Catholic Studies 2010 Lecture Series for the School of World Studies at the Virginia Commonwealth University March 31. His topic "Politics, Religion, and Social Conflict in Brazil, the World's Catholic Giant," reflects Serbin's research on the history of the Catholic Church and social and reproductive issues, the relationship between religion and democracy, and the revolutionary left in Brazil.

Serbin serves as a Title VI external reviewer for Villanova University's new Brazilian Studies Program and recently traveled to the Pennsylvania campus in that capacity.

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