Without Walls: Do Religions Need Institutions?
As mainline denominations enter the 21st century, heated debates about declining institutional membership raise important questions about the shape of religious institutions. What might the practice of creating temporary deaf spaces offer us as a model for how social bonds form in the 21st century?
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be provided. If you require accommodations, please contact Elizabeth Cronk (email@example.com) by Oct. 22.
Co-sponsored by Hendricks Chapel, the Interfaith Student Council, the Secular Student Alliance, the Disability Student Union (DSU), the SU Disability Cultural Center, the SU Center on Human Policy, Law, and Disability Studies, the Department of Religion, the Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee, and 'Cuse ASL.
Public parking for this event will be available in the Irving Avenue garage, for a small fee. Those requiring accessible parking will have use of the Q1 lot, on a very "space available" basis, due to concurrent events on campus.
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