Nov 23, 2017 Chaplains’ Picks

Mon, Nov 27 – Terrorcraft: The Production of Racialized Terrorist Threat in the USA, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm, Department of Anthropology, Room AP 246 Join  Prof. Deepa Kumar, author of Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire as she explores how a racialized and religious threat is produced.
Wed, Nov 29 – Qu(e)erying Religion Text Drop-ins, 4-6 pm, Knox College Chaplains’ Office.  Each session explores a selection of texts aligned with the given monthly theme.  This month: Race & Colorism
Thurs, Nov 30 – Our Doors Are Open, 3 pm (TBC), Multi-purpose room, Multi-Faith Centre.  Mike Walker will share his work on the OCAD project Our Doors are Open. This workshop aims to unlock creativity in terms of access and inclusion for people with disabilities.
Sat, Dec 2 – True Colours: Celebrating Our Religious Diversity through Song!  7:30 pm, Victoria College Chapel Enjoy and engaging evening of song from Muslim blessings to Yiddish folk songs and South African songs of solidarity! Spirit Singers is a chorus of U of T students celebrating interfaith and intercultural understanding. Tickets: $5 for students. Available at:
Mon, Dec 4 – A Celebration of Light in different Religions, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Multi-Faith Centre Celebrate Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Christmas, Diwali, Winter Solstice? Never made a candle before? Come engage around the topic of light in different faith-based traditions and make your own beeswax candles and meet a new friend from a different tradition. Sponsored by the Ecology and Spirituality program. A light dinner will be served. Please register at:

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