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Ethics/Religion and Society Lecture Series: Paul Gavrilyuk

Keith Bowers
3 p.m., Friday March 22 | Free.

 Paul Gavrilyuk is a professor of Theology at the University of St. Thomas, and received his PhD from Southern Methodist University. As an Eastern Orthodox historian and theologian, Gavrilyuk will speak on the tradition's history and diversity. As well as being a visiting professor at Harvard Divinity School, he has lectured in Italy, France, Russia and Kazakhstan. Located on the Conaton Board Room of Schmidt Hall.



Where: Xavier University
Phone: 513-745-3000
Address: 3800 Victory Parkway
Website: www.xu.edu

Xavier University

3800 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio
45207
 
A private Jesuit Catholic liberal arts university.
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