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Visual Communication in a Digital Age

In Conversation with Emily Downe and Jason Ramasami: Why innovation matters for today’s teachers of religion and worldviews This event features a conversation with Emily Downe and Jason Ramasami on how animation and illustration can be used as powerful tools for classroom learning. They will share examples of their work and some of the principles […]

Visual Communication in a Digital Age

Emily Downe will contribute to this Culham St Gabriel’s Trust event on why innovation matters for today’s teachers of religion and worldviews. This event on May 12th at 7pm GMT features a conversation with Emily Downe and Jason Ramasami on how animation and illustration can be used as powerful tools for classroom learning. They will […]

Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Prophetic Voice for Our Moment

Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Prophetic Voice for Our Moment Online, via YouTube Meet Susannah Heschel Join Susannah Heschel, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel’s daughter, Robert Erlewine, editor of Plough’s new Abraham Joshua Heschel reader Thunder in […]

Reimagination & Repair: Creativity for the life of the World

An Online Conversation with Sho Baraka On May 14th we look forward to hosting artist, activist, and author Sho Baraka for a conversation around his forthcoming book He Saw That It Was Good: Reimagining Your Creative Life To Repair A Broken World. Baraka says, "The command to love—in all the fullness and justice of that […]

Urban Playground: How Child-Friendly Planning and Design Can Save Cities

What type of cities do we want our children to grow up in? Car-dominated, noisy, polluted and devoid of nature? Or walkable, welcoming and green? As the climate crisis and urbanization escalate, cities urgently need to become more inclusive and sustainable. We will chat with Tim Gill about his new book Urban Playground, which reveals […]

Religion and Refugee Resettlement in Canada

QUICK SUMMARY A conversation based on Geoff Cameron's recently published a book on how the US and Canada have led the world in refugee resettlement, and how faith-based organizations played an essential role in this key aspect of global refugee protection. DETAILS Join us May 20 for the first ever Cardus Coffeehouse. We'll be hosting a conversation […]

What is Life?

One of the highlights of Regent Summer Programs is our free Evening Public Lectures. This series always features a wide range of professors and topics, and this year is no exception. All lectures will be streamed online, so invite a friend and join us! In one of his most beautiful lines, Irenaeus of Lyons (a second […]

Hearing Hebrews: Fresh Thoughts For Critical Times

One of the highlights of Regent Summer Programs is our free Evening Public Lectures. This series always features a wide range of professors and topics, and this year is no exception. […]