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Salt Lake City School District middle and high schools will present their art work in the annual Secondary Visual Arts Show now through Friday at pARTnership Gallery, 534 S. 500 West. Call Rosanne Henderson at 578-8297 for more information.
Columbia prof to discuss LDS women
Claudia Bushman of Columbia University on Thursday at 7 p.m. will deliver the sixth annual Eugene England Lecture at Utah Valley State College in Orem. Her lecture, "Should LDS Women Speak Out? Thoughts On Our Place," will be in Room 101 of the Liberal Arts Building. It is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Boyd Petersen at petersbo@uvsc. edu or Brian Birch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mormon Scholars set first conference
Mormon Scholars in the Humanities will conduct its inaugural conference on Friday and Saturday at Brigham Young University.
The conference, which is free and open to the public, will explore the relationship between Mormon belief and the practice of humanistic scholarship.
Papers by LDS scholars at BYU and several other universities will cover a range of practical, theoretical and historical questions regarding the connection between faith, teaching and research.
Richard Bushman, author of the Joseph Smith biography, Rough Stone Rolling, will give the keynote address. The conference also will feature talks by BYU Vice President John Tanner; Claudia Bushman of Columbia University; and Terryl Givens, professor of literature and religion at Richmond University.
For more information contact George Handley at George Handley@byu.edu.