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Oct 5 @ 4:30 pm – Oct 25 @ 6:00 pm
Yale Lecture Series: New Haven, CT @  Luce Hall (LUCE), 202  | New Haven | Connecticut | United States
Date: Oct. 5, 2016 –   4:30 pm Presenter: Andreas Georgiou, the former Chief Statistician of Greece. Topic: The Struggle Between Modernization and Backwardness: The Recent History of the Official Statistics of Greece Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 – 4:30pm Presenter: George Papaconstantinou, the former Minister for the Environment, Energy, and Climate Change and former Minister of Finance for Greece. Topic: Game Over: The Inside Story of the Greek Crisis Date: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 – 4:00pm Topic: Roundtable,  Global Peace and Regional Risks: Challenges to Peace and Security in the Eastern Mediterranean Place: Luce Hall (LUCE), Auditorium Event description: A “Global Governance” series roundtable with Ambassador Catherine Boura, Permanent Representative of Greece to the United Nations; Ambassador Nawaf Salam, Permanent Representative of Lebanon to the United Nations; Ambassador Nicholas Emiliou, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Cyprus to the United Nations; hosted by Ambassador Yuriy Sergeyev, former Permanent Representative of[...]
The annual Fall Lecture Series at Saint Tikhon’s Seminary, featuring four public lectures on Tuesdays throughout the month of October began Tuesday, October 4, 2016. The following are the weekly topics and speakers: October 11 at 7:00 p.m. — “Identity and Knowledge: A Reflection on Leading Reading Groups on the Church Fathers.” Dr. Timothy Becker, PhD, teaches at the Center for Orthodox Thought and Culture at Eastern University in Philadelphia, where he also leads a popular reading group for anyone interested in the Church Fathers and Orthodoxy. Dr. Becker will reflect on why and how participation in this communal activity has been transformative for students and others. October 18 at Noon — “Vocation & Ministry in the Orthodox Church.” Sr. Vassa Larin, PhD is host of the popular YouTube show “Coffee with Sr. Vassa,” author of various scholarly and popular works, and Professor of Liturgical Studies at the University of[...]
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm – Oct 26 @ 8:00 pm
What  Is  Orthodox  Christianity? Lectures: Portland, OR @ The Ancient Church Library | Forest Grove | Oregon | United States
The Ancient Church Library is hosting a series of lectures in October. 12 October: Who is God? The Trinity, Love, Humility and the Incarnation 19 October: What is the Eucharist? the Scriptures, Jewish Thought and the Ancient Christian Teaching on Communion 26 October: What is the Church? Sacrament, Theosis and the Body of Christ All Are Welcome! Public lectures hosted by THE ANCIENT CHURCH library. for more information:
Oct 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The 2016 Walton Lecture @ E. Gerald Corrigan Conference Center (12th floor) Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center Campus  | New York | New York | United States
Topic: “Christian Rigorists and the Perversion of Tradition” Presenter: George E. Demacopoulos Reception to follow.  For more information:
First Friday Lecture Series for November: Washington, DC @ Center for Byzantine Material Arts, Inc.  | Washington | District of Columbia | United States
Featured Topic and Speaker: Roman origins of Christian icons with Heather Turnbow Join us for an evening of exploration into iconography and faith from respected scholars, clergy and Iconographers.  Talks start at 7pm followed by questions and refreshments.  Come early and visit our surrounding vendors and restaurants before the lecture and make an evening of it!  All lectures hosted by the Center for Byzantine Material Arts. An RSVP is appreciated! For more information:  
Nov 10 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Lecture: Yale @ Yale Universtiy, Luce Hall (LUCE), TBD  | New Haven | Connecticut | United States
Panagiotis Roilos, “I Am the Way and the Truth”: A Cognitive Historical Anthropology of the Ethics of Imagination in Byzantium Event description: Professor Roilos’ lecture will focus on the tensions between Christian ethics (especially sanctioned discourses on truth) and imagination in Byzantium. By focusing on specific examples of hagiography, rhetoric, and allegorical hermeneutics, Roilos shall illustrate the ways in which ancient Greek theories of, and approaches to phantasia and fictionality were adapted to medieval Greek literary and broader intellectual contexts. Roilos shall propose a new methodological approach to this complex cultural process on the basis of what he calls “cognitive historical anthropology.” Open to the general public. For more information:
Panel on Global Governance- Yale University: New Haven, CT @  Institution for Social and Policy Studies (ISPS), AA01  | New Haven | Connecticut | United States
The Hellenic Studies Program will be hosting a panel on Global Governance. Topic: Challenges to Peace and Security in the Eastern Mediterranean For more information:
The second lecture in the series is by Alexandros Kyrou, PhD,  who will be speaking on: ”  THE GREEK GENOCIDE  1914-1923:  A MISUNDERSTOOD CHRISTIAN HOLOCAUST”. For more information: or