“Confess, Forget, Remember: The Tainted Past as a Moral Resource in Russian Orthodox Anti-Abortion Activism,” Sonja Luehrmann, Tuesday January 25. 4:30pm

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Week of January 24, 2011
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Public Lecture
4:30 pm., Swift Lecture Hall

A public lecture by Sonja Luehrmann, Izaak Walton Killam Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, on “Confess, Forget, Remember: The Tainted Past as a Moral Resource in Russian Orthodox Anti-Abortion Activism.” ¬†Luehrmann is the author of ¬†Secularism, Soviet-Style: Teaching Atheism and Religion in the Volga Republic (Univ of Indiana Press, forthcoming).

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