Two Upcoming Events

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Jain Film and Discussion
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Jain Poster

 

Two events on Jainism soon at the University of Illinois.

March 5, 7 PM CST: watch the original short films that Harsha Vinay created for the recent “Being Jain” Exhibition at the Rietberg Museum, Zurich. The screening will be followed by a conversation with the film director, who will share some anecdotes and some behind-the-scenes images of his fieldwork. Register here:  https://illinois.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_51hmtVt2ThiP87t_CJPWfg

March 7 4 PM CST: a roundtable discussion on different aspects of Jainism discussed in the films. With: Anna Tosato (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Aleksandra Restifo (Florida International University), Gregory Clines (Trinity University), Miki Chase, (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Register here: https://illinois.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nKcz5rKaSbKXXA7EDAoG1g

Organizers: Jonathan Ebel, Anna Tosato.

For information: tosato@illinois.edu

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