Humanities & Fine Arts | Fujitani Lecture Series

Fujitani Lecture Series - Programs

February 8, 2004
Speaker Topic
Sulak Sivaraksa
The Japanese Cultural Center
Grand Manoa Ballroom Honolulu, HI
Social Justice and Global Peace: Inter-Religious Commentary by an Engaged Buddhist
October 2, 2004
Speakers/Panelists/Moderator Topic
Panelists: Jolene Gerell, Ha'aheo Guanson, Megan McKenna,
Michelle Ouansafi, Alice Tucker, Jan Youth
Moderator: Diane Iwaoka
October 2, 2004
Co-sponsored by The Marianist Center of Hawaii
Women for Peace: An Interfaith Retrospective
Is a Non –Killing Society Possible?
October 16, 2004
Speaker Topic
Dr. Ryusei Takeda Mutual Transformation of Pure Land Buddhism and Christianity Religious Pluralism and Pure Land Buddhism Doctrine
February 27, 2005
Speaker Topic
Dr. Abdul-Karim Khan Islam and the Meaning of Peace
October 22, 2005
Speaker Topic
Professor Nukul Ruttanadakul
Co-sponsored by:
Center for Southeast Asian Students, University of Hawai`i at Manoa
Council for the Study of Muslim Societies in Asia, University of Hawai`i at Manoa
Muslim Association of Hawai`i
Program on Conflict Resolution, University of Hawai`i at Manoa
Managing the Resolution of Conflicts between Buddhists and Muslims in Southern Thailand
March 5, 2006
Speaker Topic
Dr. Rosemary Radford Ruether Women and Globalization: Victims and Sites of Resistance
October 10, 2006
The Dr. Phyllis C. Roe Memorial Lecture
Speaker Topic
Rev. Toni Louise White Fifty Years of Peace and Justice: The United Methodist Clergywomen’s Movement
October 28, 2006
Speaker Topic
Rev. Eijo Ikenaga — meditative Japanese calligraphy
Professor Yukio Ozaki — ceramics in the making of self and no self
Spirituality and the Arts
February 24, 2007
Speaker Topic
The Reverend Yoshiaki Fujitani Interfaith Program "FEAR OF THE DIFFERENCES"
Rev. Dr. Duncan R. Williams "Japanese-American Buddhists and the World War II Internment Camps"
October 29-30, 2007
Special Event: The Reverend Yoshiaki Fujitani Interfaith Program
Co-sponsored with Church of the Crossroads, The Watada Lectures present special topics on Injustice and Reconciliation by Glenda Wildshut from South Africa
Dates, Times and Locations
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October 29, 2007, 12:00 pm, Ching Conference Center, Chaminade University
March 9, 2008
Speaker Topic
Gail Y. Okawa, Ph.D. Department of English
Youngstown State University
Calm in Adversity: Japanese Values, Resistance, and Survival in WWII U.S. Justice Department Concentration Camps
*Due to publishing restrictions, the photographs referenced in the paper could not be published on the site.
December 6, 2008
Speaker Topic
Joseph H. Lackner, SM Fragmentary Considerations Concerning Two Men and Two Trees
April 18, 2009
Speaker Topic
Sulak Sivaraksa
With Respondent:
David Coleman
Need and Greed: Buddhist-Christian Social Justice Concerns
Speaker Topic
Azeema Faizunnisa
Jolene Gerell
Mollie Sperry
Alice Tucker
Noelani Wilcox
Debbie Hippolite Wright
Jan Youth
Women on Spirituality and Counseling