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“Contested Space in the Holy Land” is Topic of World Religions Day

To highlight World Religions Day and the related events taking place on campus on Tuesday, Sept. 13, Joanne Quinn, design specialist, created a display on the kiosk near the library entrance.

The exhibit, which will continue into October, features an Israeli flag, a number of books about the “Contested Space in the Holy Land” and small “walls” with designs and captions.

Posters advertise an information fair—11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m in the Connelly Center’s atrium (on the ground floor); a lecture titled “What Israelis and Palestinians Are Saying” presented by J.A. Hull, a 2011 Villanova graduate; and Frank Galgano, PhD’s discussion: “Contested Space in the Holy Land.”

Dr. Galgano is an associate professor and chair of Villanova University’s Department of Geography and the Environment. Hull’s presentation will be at 3 p.m. in the Library; Dr. Galgano’s will be at 4:00 p.m. in the Connelly Center’s cinema.

Contributed by Alice Bampton and Gerald Dierkes

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Last Modified: September 9, 2011