Colloquium on Religion, Literature and the Arts: Undergraduate Presentations

This talk is a part of a year-long Colloquium on Religion, Literature, and the Arts, organized by the Religion, Literature, and the Arts Interdisciplinary Program, with the support of UBC Asian Studies.

Special Undergraduate Colloquium Presentations:

“Heaven in Ordinary”: Deconstructing Religious Devotion in Herbert’s “Prayer (1),” “The Altar,” and “The Collar”
By Taylor Tomko
Recent graduate, English Department

Developing Roots: Art, Literature, and the strengthening of power in Mughal India
By Morgan Khan
History

The Politics of Memory
By Anokh Singh Dhillon
Interdisciplinary Studies, focusing on Literature and Social Sciences

For more information, see: http://rgla.arts.ubc.ca/