Event Times: 10:00 am to 2:30 pm
Event Location: Main Lecture Theatre, 2nd Floor Hanna Centre
Event Description: ProvTalks is typically a one-day event featuring presentations from our university college and seminary faculty. The 10 to 15-minute presentations encompass a wide range of topics and interests, highlighting the diversity of our Providence community and the different areas of research and study available to explore.
All lectures are free to attend. No registration required. There will be no regular classes so students can attend. The annual ProvTalks involve students, staff, faculty, and the public who come together as a community to ponder ideas of contemporary interest.
Session 1 – 10:00 to 11:30am
Doctor Dolittle’s Snail: Revelation 4:6, 10 and Hugh Lofting’s Apocalyptic Joke
Heal to Learn, Learn to Heal: Arts-based Curriculum with Refugees
The Exegesis of Father Brown
The Sex Trafficking Crisis
Watershed People: What It Means to Live Both Upstream and Downstream of Others
Session 2 – 1:00 to 2:30pm
Does Christianity need Disability?
The World’s On Fire. Does God Care?
Trust in Science
Accipiters, Passerines, And Pollinators: An Avian Hermeneutic
Download the full ProvTalks Schedule.