The One Spirit Interfaith Seminary commencement ceremony for the Rev. Dr. Holverstott-Jarvis on June
Here's the link for the web version of the story of Professor Janet Hoskins:
Here is the link for the Center for Religion and Civic Culture's Worshop.
Professor Janet Hoskins will present on CaoDai: CaoDai Exile and Redemption: "A New Vietnamese Religion's Struggle for Identity."
Festival of Sacred Music
Contact: Hum Bui
Tel: 909 793-3006
Description: Performance of CaoDai ceremony for videotape by the World Festival of Music UCLA
Location: Pomona Universal Temple
Date: Saturday Feb 19, 2005 at noon
Special Notice: Performed by Orangewood Temple and Pomona Temple
"30 Years Beyond the War: Vietnamese, Southeast Asian, and Asian/American Studies," a conference to be held 19 and 20 April 2005 at the University of California, Riverside.
Wednesday, 20 April 2005
9:20-10:35am: Panel Two: New Vietnamese Religions in California and Transnational Contexts
Caodai Exile and Redemption
Janet Hoskins, Anthropology, University of Southern
Caodai Spiritism: Teachings and Doctrine of a New Faith of Unity
Hum Dac Bui, M.D., Caodai Faith Church
Hoa Hao Buddhism: Persecution and Persistence
Mai Nguyen, Hoa Hao Buddhism
New Religious Movements from Vietnam
James Santucci, Comparative Religion, California State University, Fullerton
Discussant: Justin McDaniel, Religious Studies, UC Riverside
Here's the link for the full schedule of the conference at UCR on April 19-20, 2005: http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~fiona/conference.htm.
CaoDai Panel at the Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast 2005 Conference at Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California on June 17-2005
Panel 7 on The Goddess and the Left Eye of God: Vietnamese Mysticism comes to California
Panel Chair/Discussant: Janet Hoskins (University of Southern California)
Panel Room Location: Burkle 12
See program at the following link:
Hum Bui, (Cao Dai Faith) – “Cao Dai Spiritism: The Mother Goddess in a new Vietnamese Religion”
Janet Hoskins, (University of Southern California) – “From Kwan Yin to Joan of Arc: Iconography and Gender in Cao Dai Temples”
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