Just 13 minutes into his lecture on Islam and Christianity last month in the Herak Club at Gonzaga University, the Rev. Patrick Baraza posed a difficult question to the members of his audience: “What stereotypes of the Muslim world do Westerners have?” he asked.
Laura D. Kelley, an immigrant and ethnic historian at Tulane University and academic director of Tulane’s Summer in Dublin Program, will present “Faith, Hope and Charity: Irish Communities in New Orleans” for Gonzaga University’s Arnold Lecture at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 16 in the Jepson Center’s Wolff Auditorium.
Levine will present multiple times in a four-day span at Gonzaga University and Temple Beth Shalom. The temple and Rabbi Elizabeth Goldstein, an assistant professor of religious studies at Gonzaga, coordinated the events with the help of local sponsors.