A former member of the St. Thomas Theology Department, Feldmeier now teaches at the University of Toledo. All are welcome; a free buffet lunch will be served.
The lecture is one of a series presented by the Murphy Institute on what it means for humans to possess dignity.
Tickets are on sale online through Tommie Central.
Tickets are available for students, faculty and staff.
All UST undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff and alumni are eligible to participate April 11. The winning team will play a St. John’s University team after the Timberwolves game Thursday, April 12, at Target Center.
Participants will swing dance to popular songs from 1972 to the present. The dance includes a costume contest.
This series of interdisciplinary discussions on power, race, gender and culture is free and open to the public.
The Supreme Court held that the First Amendment prohibited the government from restricting political expenditures by corporations and unions.
He will discuss the Old Testament, Catholic biblical interpretation and biblical Hebrew.
Dr. Andrew Shanken, associate professor of architecture at University of California, Berkeley, will present the lecture in Room 126, John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts.
Dr. Jon Nussbaum, author and professor at Penn State University, will speak at this event Thursday, April 19; register by April 11.
Masses will follow the regular schedule at 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 6:45 p.m.
He will talk about “Hispanic American Art in the Year 2050″ on Tuesday, March 27.
He will be interviewed by Minnesota Public Radio political editor Mike Mulcahy.
The performance will feature seminary and university choirs along with organist David Jenkins.
Dr. Andrew Shanken, associate professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, will speak this Wednesday, March 28, in the John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts.
The April 2 program will feature law professors Thomas Berg, Father Daniel Griffith, Susan Stabile and moderator Robert Vischer.
The Tuesday, April 10, event will examine ethics and consumer marketing.
He will present and take questions on developments in physics and mathematics on Creation, the “Big Bang Theory,” and the complementarity between new physics, philosophy and theology.
Diane Nettifee, president and founder of Magis Ventures, and Todd Voit, general manager of Immedia, will be the guest speakers.
Game time is 7 p.m. Thursday, March 29.
Everyone is invited to discuss Karen Tei Yamashita’s Tropic of Orange. Those who haven’t read the book are still welcome to join the lively conversation.
Tickets can be purchased on the Bach Society website.