“Imaginal Worlds” - Graduate Student Conference on April 7

 
The
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Religion Department
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at Columbia University is holding its annual
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graduate student conference at
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the
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Sulzberger Parlor in Barnard Hall on April 7th from 8:30am to7:00pm. The conference, titled "Imaginal Worlds:
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Religion in Speculative and Fanfiction,” will query the impact of religious themes
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upon the construction of imaginal worlds and the ways in which speculative fictions can serve as a
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heuristic tool in religious studies.
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The day will begin with a keynote address by Dr. Annette Yoshiko
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Reed and end with a keynote address by 2016 Hugo Award Winning Author N.K. Jemisin. 
 

A full schedule and registration can be found at columbiareligion.weebly.com