Yale workshop and conference
Loving God and Neighbor in Word and Deed: Implications for Christians and Muslims
Yale Center for Faith and Culture, Reconciliation Program
New Haven, CT, USA July 24-31, 2008
The conference, “Loving God and Neighbor in Word and Deed: Implications for Muslims and Christians,” includes both a scholarly workshop and a broader conference. The workshop, closed to the press and public and scheduled for July 24-28, involves approximately 60 Christian and Muslim scholars, along with three Jewish observers. The larger conference, July 28-31, involving more than 60 Muslim participants (mostly from the Middle East), a similar number of Christians, and nine Jewish guests, extends the discussions of the preceding scholarly workshop to a larger group of scholars and leaders. See the Yale Divinity School commonword link for more details.
Dr. Alice Prochaska (right), Director of Yale University Library, New Haven, Connecticut, greeting in her office at Sterling Memorial Library some of the conference participants.
Dr. Alice Prochaska, Director of Yale University Library (second row, middle), Dr. Andrew D. Saperstein, Associate Director of the Reconciliation Program, Yale Center for Faith and Culture, Yale University Divinity School (second row, first from left), Mr. Simon Samoeil, Curator of the Near East Collection at Yale University Library (first row, first from left) with members of Yale workshop and conference “ Loving God and Neighbor in Word and Deed: Implications for Christians and Muslims ”. Photo taken at Sterling Memorial Library, Selin Courtyard.
Mr. Simon Samoeil, displaying to Dr. Andrew D. Saperstein and the members of the Conference who visited the Arabic Islamic Reading Room at Sterling Memorial Library, some of the books held by the Near East Collection on the subject of Muslim-Christian Dialogue.
Photos taken by Mr. Anthony Riccio.