Summer 2008: Religions of the World
In this exhibit, the Diversity Committee investigates how religion shapes culture.
- Dr. Mark Hulsether – June 18th @ 11:30 in Hodges Auditorium (101)
Religion, Culture, and Politics in the Twentieth-Century United States
- Dr. Rachelle Scott – July 8th @ 11:30 in Hodges Auditorium (101)
Nirvana for Sale?: Buddhism, Wealth, and the Dhammakaya Temple
Summer 2008: Food and Culture
Food and culture are intricately related. In this exhibit, the Culture Corner Hot Topic section provides resources on the relationship between food and culture.
- Film Screening July 15th @ Hodges Library Auditorium (101)
3:00 p.m. Babette’s Feast5:00 p.m. Like Water For Chocolate
- Library Employee Food Festival
In correlation with “Religions of the World” Culture Corner, the Libraries celebrate our diversity with food. Bring your favorite dish and a recipe to share.Thursday July 17th 12:00 -2:30 in Hodges Staff Room.
The 2020-2021 Culture Corner offers resources and materials that explore Native American cultures and traditions.
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