Past Events

Divining Freedom: Queer Reconceptions of the Tarot Deck

Register for this event on Eventbrite. Tarot decks can be seen as a mirror, reflecting back insights about ourselves and even offering glimpses of the future. The illustrations and interpretations of traditional cards, however, are rooted in a white, patriarchal, heteronormative mindset; for those who do not fit this mold, this can obscure their meaning […]

6th Annual Borsch-Rast Lecture

The Graduate Theological Union is pleased to host Dr. Kathryn Barush, Thomas E. Bertelsen Jr. Associate Professor of Art History and Religion, for the sixth annual Borsch-Rast Lecture for her 2021 publication, Imaging Pilgrimage: Art as Embodied Experience (Bloomsbury Visual Arts). Register for this event on Eventbrite. In her acclaimed book, Dr. Barush explores contemporary […]

Indigenous Spirituality, Peacebuilding, and Cross-Border Interlocutions/Engagement

Indigenous spirituality and their approach to peacebuilding offers pathways for cosmic harmony, beauty, and respect. It affirms the celebration of life and the continued co-existence of all creation through self-restraint, respect, ecological economics, justice, a sense of finitude and the need to share space for flourishing of the entire¬†oikos. This is why, indigenous tradition matters, […]