2020 Keston Center Spring Panel Lecture: The Once and Future Russia

 

NOTICE: Thank you for your interest. Due to Baylor University's move to on-line instruction, we have cancelled the Spring Lecture. Details of Keston’s Fall Lecture will be announced later.

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Whether the conversation is about geopolitics, international economics, religion, or social issues, Russia remains top of mind for world leaders, the press, and interested individuals around the globe. On March 19, the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society proudly welcomes a panel of experts to discuss, "The Once and Future Russia: Religion, Politics, and Society."

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Wallace Daniel
Distinguished University Professor of History at Mercer University
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Xenia Dennen
Chair, Keston Institute Council of Management; Research team for the Encyclopaedia of Religious Life in Russia Today; Founding editor of Religion in Communist Lands (later Religion, State, and Society)
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Dmitrii Fokin
Visiting Fulbright Scholar at the Keston Center at Baylor University; Professor and Department Head at Zaoksky Christian Institute of Humanities and Economics in Zaoksky, Russia
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H. Stephen Gardner
Herman Brown Professor of Economics and Director of the McBride Center for International Business at Baylor University
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Chet Edwards, Moderator
Former U.S. Congressman and Distinguished Chair of Public Service at Baylor University

The Once and Future Russia: Religion, Politics, and Society
Thursday, March 19, 2020
3:30 p.m.
Armstrong Browning Library
Hankamer Treasure Room
Refreshments and conversation to follow in the Garden of Contentment (weather permitting)

From the perspective of their particular expertise and experience, each panelist will address crucial questions about the contemporary situation in Russia in light of the past but with an eye to the future. Following what promises to be a lively conversation on the themes of politics, society, and religion, the panel and guests will adjourn to the reception for continuing individual and group conversation. In the event of inclement weather, the reception will be held in the Cox Reception Hall of Armstrong Browning Library.

"The Once and Future Russia" is free and open to the public.

This event is proudly sponsored by the Baylor Departments of English, History, International Studies, Modern Languages & Cultures, Political Science, and Religion; the Honors College; the J. M. Dawson Institute of Church-State Studies; and the McBride Center for International Business.

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