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Helen Terre Blanche (Conference Alerts)
Prague Humanities Summer School 2002: Courses on Theology, Good and Evil
5 to 9 August 2002, Prague, Czech Republic
The Prague Humanities Summer School will take place at the Anglo-American College in Prague, Czech Republic, from 5th - 9th August 2002. All courses are certificate and credit bearing; to obtain both a course certificate and/or credit points towards existing studies, an end of course assessment will have to be undertaken.
Courses offered deal with several themes, one of which is Theology, Good and Evil. The courses offered under this theme are:
* Teaching about Atrocity: Holocaust Education (Dr Deirdre Burke)
* Belief in God After Auschwitz (Dr Deirdre Burke)
* The Nature of Evil: Philosophical and Theological Issues (Dr Rob Fisher)
* Literature and Persons at the Extremes of Life (Dr Rob Fisher).
Several other courses are also being conducted at the summer school:
* Getting to Know Gandhi
* Violence & Non-Violence in Contemporary Society
* History of Psychology
* Introduction to Psychodrama
* Punishing Violent Crime
* Restorative Justice
* Medieval Art & Iconography
* Golem and Goblin: Enchantment in Literature
* The Ethics of Globalization
* International Business Ethics
For more details about any of the above courses, please visit our website or contact Dr Rob Fisher at the e-mail address below.
E-mail enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organized by: Learning Solutions
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BALTIC STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
INSTITUTE FOR HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
OF RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
INTERNATIONAL SLAVIC ACADEMY OF EDUCATION SCIENCES AND ARTS
We have the honor to invite you to take part in VII International Scientific Conference "Space, Time, Gravitation", which will take place in August 19-23, 2002, in St.-Petersburg, Russia.
The biennially held International Conference in St.-Petersburg welcomes open discussion of the conflicts in official theoretical physics and cosmology, possible alternative solution of Natural philosophy problems, experimental results and nontraditional sources of energy.
The topic of a round-table talk during the Conference is: "Seven conferences passed, what is to be done further?".
Simultaneously a Symposium "Coordinate problem in astrometry and geodesy" is organized in order to consider rather narrow field of problems common to astrometry geodesy and geodynamics:
Reduction of high precision observations (on microsecond level), pulsar timing, aberration of light and so on.
Orientation of Coordinate Systems; GPS satellite systems.
Unsolved questions in metrology: historical aspects and contemporareity.
Conference and Symposium are hosted by Baltic State Technical University.
If you intend to participate in the Conference or Symposium, please, fill out the enclosed Registration form and send it together with the summary of your paper (not more then 10 lines) to Local Organizing Committee (LOC) before February 1, 2002.
After getting Registration form Second Announcement with detailed information will be send to you.
Address of the chairman of LOC, Varin Michael Pavlovich is:
65-9-1, Pulkovskoe shosse,
196140 St.-Petersburg, Russia.
From the Program Organizing Committee (POC):
G.T. Aldoshin - Honored leader of sciences of Russian Federation, Prof., Ph.D., Baltic State University, chairman of POC.
N.I. Nevskaja - Ph.D. in Philosophy, St.-Petersburg brunch of Institute for History of Science and Technology, member of POC.
S.A. Tolchelnikova-Murri - Ph.D., Pulkovo Observatory, member of POC,
tel.123-4226 home, 123-4324 office.
From the LOC: M.P. Varin - Ph.D., chairman of LOC.
November 5, 2001