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SCIENCE & RELIGION Exploring the Harmonies: A Media Perspective...

Start Date:
Friday, 13 October, 2017
End Date:
Friday, 13 October, 2017 6:00pm
Speciality:
Internal Medicine
Website:
http://go.evvnt.com/161564-0

Science & Religion -- Exploring the Harmonies: A Media Perspective with Writers and Editors from The Atlantic, The Washington Post, The Weekly Standard Science and religion co-exist in our world in many complex, interesting, and productive ways beyond the caricature of conflict and contradiction. Join us for readings, conversations, and the launch of "Science and Religion: Exploring the Harmonies" -- the special fall issues of Creative Nonfiction and Issues in Science and Technology magazines.

Program Lineup:Ross Andersen, science editor, The AtlanticAdam Keiper, books and arts editor, The Weekly StandardDinty W. Moore, author and founder of BrevitySigal Samuel, religion editor, The AtlanticWilliam Wan, national correspondent, The Washington PostRachel Wilkinson and Jamie Zvirzdin, winners of the Think Write Publish Science and Religion writing contest. Guests will receive complementary copies of both magazines.

An informal networking event will follow immediately at a nearby establishment. Light refreshments will be served. Hosted by:Arizona State UniversityLee Gutkind, Founder and editor of Creative NonfictionDan Sarewitz, editor of Issues in Science and TechnologyMichael Zirulnik, Director of Think Write Publish PriceRSVP--TWP Science & Religion--Magazine Launch: USD 0.00 Artists / Speakers: Ross Andersen, Adam Keiper, Dinty W. Moore, Sigal Samuel, William Wan, Rachel Wilkinson, Jamie Zvirzdin, Lee Gutkind, Dan Sarewitz, Michael Zirulnik

Location

National Academies of Sciences,
Engineering,
and Medicine,
Keck Center,
500 5th St.,
NW,
Washington 20001,
United States

Organizer Details

Conference organized by ASU--School for the Future of Innovation in Society

Email:
thinkwritepublish@gmail.com

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