Faculty and instructors share their latest research. Attendance open to all. Location (unless otherwise noted): 500 Shaftesbury Blvd, rm C344. Time: 12:00–1:00 PM.
9 October – Paul Dyck, "Predestination and the Capacious Body of Christ: Reading George Herbert's 'The Bag'"
30 October – Brian Froese, "Alberta's Apocalypse: Dispensationalism, Anticommunism, and Vacations in Banff"
27 November – Tim Rogalsky, "Salvador Dali, Mathematical Mystic"
January (TBA) – Wendy Kroeker
29 January – Kenton Lobe, "Environmental Assessment: Manitoba Approaches"
26 February – Pierre Gilbert, "'You Shall Surely Die!' Reading Genesis 2:17 as a Curse and Blessing Formula: An Argument for the Superfluous Character of Evil"
11 March – Dietrich Bartel, "'For We Know Only in Part; And That`s Final!' Johann Mattheson`s Last Musical Musings"
26 March – Andrew Dyck, "The Place of Contemplative Practices in the Life of Canadian Mennonite Brethren"
Discussions and presentations on research-related topics. Location and time TBA.
24 October – Maureen Epp, "Demystifying the Grant Application Process" (Shaftesbury Campus rm. C244, 1:30–2:30 PM)
For faculty and instructors. Location: Menno Simons College (520 Portage Ave), rm 2MS13.
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