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  • Religion and Archeology
    extent of the Hulah valley in Israel where the Golan Heights and the Upper Galilee meet the Lebanese and Syrian borders Ancient Omrit rests upon a bluff overlooking the Hulah valley and is on the ancient Roman road to Damascus A fire in this region in August of 1998 exposed this previously unexplored archaeological site Architectural features were clearly visible on the tel during a survey Further surveys by Mordechai Aviam of the Israel Antiquities Authority confirmed that Omrit is likely to be a site of great historical importance The Israel Antiquities Authority then granted Macalester College of St Paul Minnesota an exclusive license to the site Excavations are directed by J Andrew Overman Professor and Chairman of the Classics department at Macalester Jack Olive Adjunct Professor at Macalester is the field director During the first season excavators exposed two meters of a limestone podium to a Roman Temple There is enough of the temple in situ and enough architectural fragments exposed to reconstruct some of the original building It was probably 15 20 meters high with columns 8 10 meters in size About 100 meters to the north of the temple excavators began to investigate a Byzantine olive oil factory colonnaded road and bath complex which were constructed after the collapse of the temple Archaeological excavations continued in June of 2000 and are scheduled to continue for at least 5 10 more years The temple complex at Omrit dates from somewhere between the reign of Herod the Great c 20 BCE and the Emperor Hadrian c 130 CE The 2000 season uncovered a second podium which indicates that the temple was expanded at some point and thus makes dating the temple more difficult The Macalester team will further define the date of the building in ensuing seasons A first

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  • Science & Religion
    communities and academic institutions in southeastern Wisconsin that are committed to providing a source for educational information and a forum for civil discourse on some of the most critical issues facing our society today SRCC will focus on three major issues related to the science and religion dialogue Origins cosmology evolution and creation stories Endings scenarios of destruction and apocalyptic literature and Bioethics the interface of scientific research with religious based moral decision making A fundamental premise of the SRCC will be that serious engagement with the complex issues at hand requires a humility of knowledge and belief that is often difficult to achieve We plan to investigate the degree to which it is possible to engage in honest dialogue with people who hold positions different than your own unless you are willing to admit to the possibility that there are limitations on the extent and veracity of your own knowledge or belief We believe that approaching the dialogue between science and religion with a humility of knowledge and belief is an essential part of responding to the challenges of the 21 st century Support for the SRCC is provided by the Metanexus Institute SRCC Annual Report Courses Classics at

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  • Annual Report
    and the follow up e discussion board had a steady volume of traffic One of the best aspects of the conference was that with one exception due to out of town travel every member of the steering committee participated in some way On February 28 we co sponsored a discussion of the PBS program A Question of God that compared the lives and ideas of Sigmund Freud and C S Lewis Much of the discussion involved basic Science and Religion dialogue questions This event was initiated and led by students who had seen the program and wanted a chance to discuss it further Of the fifty people who attended most were Carthage students and faculty but we were also pleased to see several community people there as well Many of the students had discussed Freud s understanding of Science and Religion in class and so the opportunity to contrast Freud s ideas with those of C S Lewis allowed for a very productive discussion On March 30 th the Colloquium sponsored an all day program on the aftermath of the Tsunami disaster from scientific religious and social policy perspectives Aftershocks Restoring the Foundations of a Fragile World was a great success due in large part to the work of steering committee member Rev Harvard Stephens Pastor Stephens led programs during January which addressed initial responses to the Tsunami but wanted to return to the topic and look again at the details of what happened and how relief efforts are provided in response to sudden tragedies such as the Tsunami and to ongoing tragedies such as famine and war Since we are located very close to the national headquarters for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America we brought in several people from the ELCA staff as speakers Professor Matt Zorn of

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  • Biography — Leonard Schulze — Carthage College
    and spiritual resources of the Augustinian Lutheran tradition In the Department of English Professor Schulze has a special interest in the History and Structure of the English Language He is also active in the core courses and Carthage Symposium courses of the College s general education curriculum Before joining the Carthage faculty in 2004 Professor Schulze served as executive director of the Division for Higher Education and Schools of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America He has taught German English philosophy European and American literature American studies and communication studies at Yale University the U S Military Academy at West Point the University of Texas at Austin Julius Maximilians Universitaet in Wuerzburg Germany and Texas Lutheran University where he served as chair of the department of English and Communication director of international education vice president for academic affairs and dean of the university Dozens of his articles and reviews have appeared in annual editions of The Romantic Movement A Selective and Critical Biography as well as in periodicals such as Studies in Romanticism SubStance Intersections and the Journal of Lutheran Ethics He is co editor with Walter Wetzels of a volume of essays on historiography and literature Literature and History

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  • Courses
    Schulze Courses Courses Professor Schulze teaches the following courses ENG 3750 History and Structure of the English Language CDM 1100 Media Literacy CDM 1150 Introduction to Human Symbolic Activity CDM 2100 Communication Community CDM 2200 Principles of Public Relations CDM 3000 Rhetoric and Persuasion CDM 3400 Communication Technology CDM 3450 Mass Communication Biography Courses Augustine Institute Communication and Digital Media Department English Department Leonard Schulze Professor of Communication and Digital

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  • Courses — Brian Schwartz — Carthage College
    Courses Professor Schwartz teaches the following courses in the Physics Department PHY 2100 Fundamentals of Physics I PHY 2110 Fundamentals of Physics II PHY 3120 Electronics PHY 3200 Mechanics PHY 4120 Experimental Physics He also teaches the following CORE 1110 Intellectual History of Western Heritage II GFW 2410 Foundations of Natural Sciences Courses Publications Great Ideas Program Physics Astronomy Department Brian Schwartz Director Great Ideas Program Assistant Professor of Physics

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  • Publications — Brian Schwartz — Carthage College
    J T Balewski J Doskow R E Pollock B v Przewoski T Rinckel L D Knutson W Haeberli B Lorentz F Rathmann B Schwartz T Wise W W Daehnick Swapan K Saha and P V Pancella Phys Rev C63 064002 2001 Observation of a Large Longitudinal Analyzing Power in a Nuclear Reaction H O Meyer L D Knutson J T Balewski W W Daehnick J Doskow W Haeberli B Lorentz R E Pollock P V Pancella B v Przewoski F Rathmann T Rinckel Swapan K Saha B Schwartz P Thorngren Engblom A Wellinghausen and B T Wise Phys Lett B480 7 2000 Measurement of Spin Correlation Coefficients in pp dp B v Przewoski J T Balewski J Doskow H O Meyer R E Pollock T Rinckel P Thorngren Engblom A Wellinghausen W Haeberli B Lorentz F Rathmann B Schwartz T Wise W W Daehnick Swapan S Saha and P V Pancella Phys Rev C61 064604 2000 Facility for Studying Spin Dependence in Pion Production near Threshold T Rinckel P Thorngren Engblom H O Meyer J T Balewski J Doskow R E Pollock B v Przewoski F Sperisen W W Daehnick R W Flammang Swapan S Saha W Haeberli B Lorentz F Rathmann B Schwartz T Wise and P V Pancella Nucl Instr Meth A439 117 2000 Measurement of Partial Wave Contributions in pp ppp0 H O Meyer J T Balewski J Doskow R E Pollock B v Przewoski T Rinckel P Thorngren Engblom W Haeberli B Lorentz F Rathmann B Schwartz T Wise W W Daehnick Swapan S Saha and P V Pancella Phys Rev Lett 83 5439 1999 Spin Correlation Coefficients in pp pnp from 325 to 400 MeV Swapan K Saha W W Daehnick R W Flammang J T Balewski H O Meyer R E Pollock B v

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  • Biography — Penny Seymoure — Carthage College
    paradigms in buffering early adversity and improving spatial cognitive abilities She and her students recently completed a five year study that examined transient cognitive effects of neonatal exposure to a commonly used antidepressent fluoxetine Prozac over the lifespan of multiple groups of Long Evans rats Most recently she and her students have examined both the short term and long term consequences of acute stress on recognition memory for neutral and social information in young adult male rats She has published articles in several neuroscience journals In 2005 Prof Seymoure began a second line of research examining the effects of deforestation of the southern cone forests in South America for local and tourist development and the impact of this development on the cultural psychological and medical practices of the Mbya Guarani people From this research she developed the course People in Nature A Non Western Perspective of Psychology which allows students to examine the belief systems of the Mbya and Chiripa peoples who remain in the rainforest She has written articles regarding human and land rights violations against the Mbya and the potential loss of their indigenous wisdom regarding forest management In 2011 she co edited with Professor Jeffrey Roberg the

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