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Lecture Itinerary of Garuda das

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

As part of the celebrations observing  the 40th Anniversary of the installation of Sri Sri Radha Gokulananda, The College of Vedic Studies presents a special series of lectures and seminars by Garuda das:

Garuda das (Prof Graham Schweig PhD) Garuda daswas the first disciple of Srila Prabhupada to re-enter the academic arena for the sole purpose of establishing Vaishnava thought.   He is a Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies and Director of the Asian Studies Program at Christopher Newport University, and was a resident fellow of the Centre for the Study of World Religions at Harvard.

 

Saturday 2nd February

Morning class in the Manor Temple room (7.30am – 8.45am)

A LIFE OF DEVOTION ABSORBED IN SCHOLARSHIP:

TKG bookINTRODUCTION TO TAMAL KRISHNA GOSWAMI’S NEW BOOK

This is a short history of scholarship in ISKCON and Goswami’s contribution to it, and Garuda’s relationship with Goswami.

 

Academic Seminar in the Manor Theatre

(3pm – 5pm)

FOUNDATIONS OF A LIVING THEOLOGY:  THE PHILOSOPHICAL LEGACY OF TAMAL KRISHNA GOSWAMI

Some of the most powerful and advanced concepts of Krishna Bhakti theology and their unique contributions to the dialogue with other world religious traditions will be discussed. This seminar is especially suitable for senior devotees and those with an academic background.

Space in the theatre is limited. Book your seat in advance by emailing: devaki@krishnatemple.com

 

Sunday 3rd February

Caitanya Caritamrita Class at the Manor(7.30am – 8.30am)

WHAT IS THE ESSENCE OF VAISHNAVISM? THE NEW BOOK OF TAMAL KRISHNA GOSWAMI

Goswami sought to reveal and uncover the profound and the most common themes with which Prabhupada cultivated Krishna Bhakti on foreign soil. How does Goswami do this, and what did he come up with?

 

Sunday Feast Lecture at Soho Street (4.30pm – 5.30pm)

and Q & A’s (6.15pm – 7pm)