Unless a Seed Falls: Cultivating Liberal Institutions

On Thursday, May 7, the inaugural lecture for the Ralph Waldo Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chair at Harvard Divinity School will be held.  The chair and speaker is Daniel McKanan, Senior Lecturer in Divinity.  His topic will be “Unless a Seed Falls: Cultivating Liberal Institutions.”  This event is free and open to the public.  It will take place on campus at the Sperry Lecture Room at 5:15 p.m., followed by a light reception in the Braun Room.



Filed under Liberal Religious History, Unitarian-Universalism

4 responses to “Unless a Seed Falls: Cultivating Liberal Institutions

  1. Will be blogged, postcast, otherwise transmitted in a new technology I wonder?

    • Transient and Permanent

      Excellent question. So far, there haven’t been any indications that it will be. But perhaps Dan can be prevailed upon to share a copy of his lecture notes.

  2. I wonder if the medium (or the lack thereof) is the real message here.

  3. Transient and Permanent

    Scott, I heard from Dan. He thinks a video of the lecture will be available online within two weeks of the event.

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