Dr. Muhammad Hatim, Imam Warith Deen Muhammad Professor of African American Muslim Studies, delivered an Islamic prayer at the opening of the 24th Annual Peace Gathering Commemoration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Bombings on August 5, 2017, at the historic St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church – 325 Park Avenue, NYC. The event was co-sponsored by The Buddhist Council of New York, The City of Nagasaki, and the Interfaith Center of New York.
Dr. John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Director of Doctoral Programs in Clinical Psychotherapy has several recently published books as well as new e-tutorial offerings.
Dr. C. Anthony Hunt, Faculty Fellow and E. Franklin Frazier Professor of African-American Studies, led/taught the doctoral course “Retracing the Steps of Freedom” in August 2017. This was a one-week Intercultural Immersion and study of the American Civil Rights movement in Alabama (Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma). In the course, the 30 students visited and studied at various significant sites of the Civil Rights movement in each city.
The Rev. Fr. Jorge R. Colón León, Fellow and François-Xavier Durrwell, C.Ss.R., Professor of Theology offers many e-tutorials in both English and Spanish for GTF students. He has recently added the following course to his Spanish e-tutorial offerings.
Objetivo: Exposición y estudio de las doctrinas oficiales definidas por la Iglesia Católica sobre la Virgen María. También considera temas relacionados como las apariciones y el significado de María para los hermanos separados.