Ian Barbour and the Future of Religion and Science

14 May 2014

The Ian Barbour lectureship was established to honor Professor Barbour’s commitment to understanding the relation between religion and science in the modern world, and to draw to campus on a regular basis scholars and thinkers whose work illuminates the implications of modern ideas and practices for religious people and contemporary societies.  The lectureship was announced during the 50th anniversary celebration of the Religion Department at Carleton.  Professor Ian Barbour was the Carleton College Winnifred & Atherton Bean Professor of Science, Technology and Society, Emeritus who passed away December 24, 2013.

A private reception and dinner will be held for invited faculty and guests at 5:30pm in Weitz #236 before the panel discussion takes place in the Weitz Cinema.  The discussion is open to the public.

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