2018 Jerome S. Cardin Memorial Lecture


Nov 1, 2018 – 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

4501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210 Map

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Adam Gopnik, author, broadcaster and award-winning writer for The New Yorker, will address "Believing Without Belief, Spirituality Without Team Spirit: Thinking about Tolerance in the Twenty-First Century."

Free and open to the region’s academic and religious communities and the general public, this lecture will provide a lively forum for discussing the nature and limits of religious tolerance and belief. It will be followed by a kosher reception. Registration is required.

Gopnik has won the National Magazine Award for Essay and the George Polk Award for Magazine Reporting. In addition to reporting for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and writing several books, he has written on American culture for the last two editions of the Encyclopedia Britannica. In 2012, the French government named him a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters.

The Jerome S. Cardin Memorial Lecture was established in 1986 by the Jerome S. Cardin family to foster exploration of topics in the humanities pertinent to the Jewish and Christian traditions, particularly in the area of Jewish-Christian relations. Notable speakers have included Chaim Potok, His Eminence William Cardinal Keeler, Cornel West, Taylor Branch, Stephen Greenblatt, Susannah Heschel and Robert Alter.

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