Rumi Tuesdays: Interfaith Spirituality and the Arts

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We will explore the theological and spiritual significance of spoken word poetry, live acoustic music, and recorded music.

When? Tuesdays from 4-5 pm

Where? Religion and Philosophy Commons, Hendrix College

  • January 30: Singer Songwriter, Ellie Black
  • February 6: Singer Songwriter, Daniel Grear
  • February 13: Spoken Word Poet, Liam Carey
  • February 20: NPR’s List of 150 Greatest Albums Made by Women: A Discussion (Bree Lyerly, Leah Headley, Mary Grace Bishop)
  • February 27: My Life in Rap (Phillip Fletcher)
  • March 6: Free Flowing Discussion on Music and Religion (Jay McDaniel)
  • March 13: Progressive Country Music: Its Social and Spiritual Significance (Laura Mortan, Aubrey Brink)
  • March 26: Metal Music: Its Social and Spiritual Significance (Sam Coker)
  • April 3: Rhythm and Blues: Its Social and Spiritual Significance (Derrick King)
  • April 10: Hip Hop and Rap: Its Social and Spiritual Significance (Remington Harris, Ellis Jones, Alex Scott)
  • April 17: Indie: Its Social and Spiritual Significance (Kaitlyn Lowe)

 

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