Mark Killenbeck Delivers Lecture on “Church and State”
Mark R. Killenbeck of University of Arkansas School of Law delivered a talk on September 11, entitled “Church and State,” which outlined the historically challenging relationship between religious practice and civic life. Professor Killenbeck also gave an interview about this topic which aired on KUAF, a local Arkansas NPR affiliate.
Professor Killenbeck’s public lecture serves as a preview for his Honors College Signature Seminar, “Church and State,” scheduled for spring 2020. The Signature Seminars have addressed topics ranging from the evolutionary tales told by fossil teeth to the neuroscience underpinning human response to music and music making.
Read more about the lecture here.
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