Who Are “We?” A Sikh Perspective on Vocation, Justice and Death by Rahuldeep Gill

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Please join us for two sessions with Rahuldeep Gil on October 3rd for the Bernhard M. Christensen Symposium.

The first session will be at 10:00-11:00 am in the Hoversten Chapel. Gil’s talk will be on Who Are “We?” A Sikh Perspective on Vocation, Justice and Death.

The second session will be at 2:00-3:30 pm in the Hoversten Chapel. The second session will be focused on Igniting Hope in Un-Hopeful Times and on Gill’s teaching of memory and hope.

Rahuldeep Gill, Ph.D., is a sought-after Speaker, Author, and Igniter for social change, whose life goal is to develop effective and heartful leaders with broad perspectives to drive innovations. Through his lectures and workshops he works to build pluralism and cross-cultural relations to inspire connected communities on campus, in the workplace, and in the marketplace.

He recently published his first book, Drinking from Love’s Cup, with Oxford University Press, and he is currently writing two more books about leadership and pluralism. He is a tenured professor and Campus Interfaith Strategist at California Lutheran University, and is the visiting professor of Sikh Studies at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. He has twice been voted Cal Lutheran’s Diversity Professor of the Year and lives in Los Angeles with his family.