Month: April 2021
Ramadan and How We Share its Lessons with Other Faiths
Hartford Seminary Professor Dr. Hossein Kamaly and Islamic Chaplaincy student Lauren Schreiber share experiences about Ramadan at the Taste of Ramadan Event, held by Muslim Coalition of Connecticut, committed to building bridges in the community.
The Interreligious Classroom
Hartford Seminary prepares leaders for a multifaith world. The interreligious classroom at Hartford is where all students and faculty study the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and the Qur’an, but from different perspectives.
Through Peacebuilding We Learn That Our Liberation is Bound Together
Phoebe Milliken, Faculty Associate in International Peacebuilding at Hartford Seminary, discusses changing the International Peacemaking Program to a master’s degree that integrates interreligious literacy with practical approaches to building peace in communities.
Widening My Circle Remapped the World
Susan Schoenberger, Director of Communications at Hartford Seminary, a graduate school that focuses on interfaith dialogue, shares her shift in perspective as she worked with people from different cultural, and religious backgrounds.