Science and Religion: Conflict or Convergence
February 11-12, 2010
Andrew Newberg, MD, University of Pennsylvania, Center for Spirituality and the Mind
Simon Conway Morris, Ph.D, University of Cambridge
Mary Evelyn Tucker, Ph.D, Yale University, Forum on Religion and Ecology
David Sloan Wilson, Ph.D., State University of New York, Binghamton
Christopher Bader, Ph.D., and Paul Froese, Ph.D., Baylor University, Baylor Survey of Religion
Christian Lavigne, Co-founder of Ars Mathematica
The Brown Symposium at Southwestern University
The Brown Symposium is presented by Southwestern University on an annual basis. Open to the public without charge, the symposium is funded through an endowment established by , of Houston, Texas, for professorships at the University.
The symposia are designed to enhance the effectiveness of the work for which the endowed professorships were established. Each symposium presents topics in one of the broad areas of study represented by the chairholder.
Science and Religion: Conflict or Convergence? the 31st symposium in the series, has been developed by Benjamin Pierce, professor of biology and holder of the Lillian Nelson Pratt Chair at Southwestern University.
Lecture events are held in the Alma Thomas Theater, located in the Alma Thomas Fine Arts Center.