Sign up for the 2nd session of the Sip&Read interreligious book club on Thursday, October 26, 5-6 pm, led by Dr. Semiha Topal, program manager of the Tuohy Center for Interreligious Understanding. This month is dedicated to reading the most popular Hindu story Bhagavad Gita, which is a part of the epic text called the Mahabharata. All students, faculty, and staff can join. RSVP is required, but walk-ins are welcome, too. You can still attend the meeting even if you have not finished the reading, as this is a casual gathering over coffee and pastries, but also offers the chance of a deep conversation over the religious and philosophical meaning of the Bhagavad Gita. The link to the reading will be provided upon registration.
Date: October 26
Location: SIH B-wing Room B310, graduate assistants lounge.
Learn more and register: https://www.jcu.edu/