In-Person Scala Faculty Seminars
In the fall of 2021, Scala hosted two in-person faculty-led lunchtime seminars. Each seminar had 15-20 students from Princeton Theological Seminary and Princeton University, and a few members of the community. These seminars were moderated by Margarita Mooney Suarez.
On October 13th, 2021, Scala hosted Dr. Gordon Mikoski, Associate Professor of Christian Education at Princeton Theological Seminary. “Reading Art Theologically: Beauty in the Protestant Tradition.”
On November 4th, 2021, Dr. William Gonch, Visiting Scholar at Princeton Theological Seminary and Scala’s Managing Director, presented “Faith, Apostasy, and History: Marilynne Robinson’s Christian Imagination.”
What is a Faculty Seminar?
Scala faculty seminars explore ideas through informal, yet thoughtful, discussions, which often take place over a shared meal.
“Scala has been a wonderful community for me this semester… I found a culturally enriching, yet friendly environment in which to tackle big issues that are often pushed aside in the academic curriculum.”
— Federica Q., Princeton University graduate student
“Scala is unique in that following each lecture is the opportunity to dine together, and I found the informal conversation that happened while sharing a meal was just as rewarding as the lecture.”
— Graham M., Princeton Theological Seminary graduate
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Dr. Carlo Lancellotti, Fr. Augustine Curley OSB, Fr. Albert Holtz OSB, & Mr. Stephen Adubato…
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