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Lubar Institute Newsletter

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Vol 3, Issue 1 • September 2012
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Charlotte GordonLISAR to Host 7th Annual Conference:
Fall Events also Feature Thering Fellow Charlotte Gordon

On October 3 and 4, LISAR is proud to host a conference entitled "Politics, POlitical thought, and Political Theology in the Abrahamic Traditions," the second conference held in partnership with the Faculty of Theology of Oxford University. The gathering will feature ... (continued)

Brad KlingeleCommunity Forum Update: LISAR Program Manager Brad Klingele reflects, looks ahead
In my second year as program manager here at LISAR, I will mvoe from spearheading the White House Interfaith Initiative to attempting the impossible... (continued)


Ariana HornGraduate Student Ariana Horn reflects on her LISAR experience
When asked to write an article for the Fall Newsletter about what I have learned since 2010 when I became the LISAR Graduate Student Project Assistant, my first reaction was to think... (continued)



Ibraham SaeedIbrahim Saeed Joins LISAR Team

Ibrahim Saeed, senior instrumentation analyst and lead analyst in the Soil and Plant Analysis Lab in the Department of Soil Science at UW-Madison, has joined the LISAR staff as Academic Fellow. President of the Board of Trustees of the Islamic Center of Madison (ICM), he will have particular responsibilities for bringing Islamic perspectives to the Institute's planning and programming. ... (continued)

LISAR symbolSupporting the LISAR mission
Gifts to the LISAR Fund provide vital support for student and community forums, public lectures, conferences and other activities of the Institute. ... (continued)