Gil Anidjar Workshop

Friday, February 13th, 2015
  • University of Arizona

Professor Anidjar offered a well-attended workshop on a chapter from his most recent book, Blood: A Critique of Christianity (2014).

The workshop with Professor Anidjar took place on February 13, from 10am-noon in Marshall 470 of the Marshall Building. Graduate students and faculty from a wide array of departments took part, including English, Religious Studies, Middle East and North Africa Studies, Gender and Women’s Studies, Philosophy, and others.

Video of Dr. Anidjar’s lecture can be found here.

 

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