The Pluralism Project at the 2004 American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas


Friday, November 19, 2004 (All day) to Saturday, November 20, 2004 (All day)


San Antonio, TX
The Pluralism Project invites affiliates, student researchers, and friends to join us at a reception on Friday, November 19th from 7:00-10:00pm, the evening before the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion begins. We will meet at the San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk, Salon A/B. Visual displays of summer student research will be available for review:
  • Sarita Cargas, Oxford University: “Attitudes Towards Interfaith” Survey
  • Stephanie Saldana, Harvard Divinity School: "Religious Diversity in San Antonio, TX"
  • Brenda E. Whitlock, Arizona State University: "The Arizona Buddhist Temple 1936-Present: A Historical Narrative"
  • Jeff Wilson, University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill: "Changing Minds: Cooperation and Contestation at a Pan-Sectarian Buddhist Holiday"
  • Ben Zeller, University of North Carolina: "Mapping the Hindu Community in North-Central North Carolina"
The Pluralism Project is also arranging a bus tour to various religious centers in San Antonio. The tour will visit the Dhammabucha Buddhist Temple and the Hindu Temple of San Antonio on Saturday, November 20, 2004 from 9:00am to 12:45pm. We will be departing from the Lila Cockrell area at the Convention Center, across Market Street from the Marriott Riverwalk. There is a $10 charge to cover the rental expense. We have a limited number of seats, so reservations are required. Please e-mail to reserve, and when we confirm that we still have space, please send a check (made out to Harvard University) to: The Pluralism Project at Harvard University 201 Vanserg, 25 Francis Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138