Frances G. Harpst Center for Catholic Thought and Culture

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The Meeting of Cultures: Encountering Difference and Diversity

Presentations on the Rome Faculty Travel Seminar

St. Peter's

The eight members who participated in the Faculty Travel Seminar in Rome, Italy presented papers generated by the immersion experience.

Monday, March 28th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in KIPJ –A

"The Holding Environment for Dialogue: A Reflection on Nonprofit Scholarship and Practice"

Mary McDonald, Leadership Studies

“What Kind of Ecumenism Should We Want?”

Harriet Baber, Philosophy

“Encountering Difference and Developing Social Responsibility: The ‘Core’ in the Core Curriculum”

Carole Huston, Communication Studies

“Beyond Inter‐Faith and Inter‐Cultural Dialogue: The Foundations for International Solidarity”

Necla Tschirgi, Peace Studies

Friday, April 15th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in KIPJ-EF (with a reception to follow)

“Resilience Through Conflict (Resolution) ‐ A Macro Perspective”

Ami Carpenter, Peace Studies

“Expanding Understandings of Dignity at Work: Teaching and Transforming Beyond the Other”

Belinda Lum, Sociology

"The Shared Christian Praxis Methodology Learning Process: A Faculty’s Self‐Reflection of the Learning Movements with Difference and Diversity in Rome”

Reyes Quezada, Learning and Teaching

“Diversity, Communication and Theatre: Crossing the Major Divides”

Evelyn Diaz Cruz, Theatre Arts and Carole Huston, Communication Studies