2014 Conference Abstracts and Papers

Jay Atkinsonjayatk40@gmail.comOn the Trail of the Polish Brethren

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Colin Bossen cbossen@gmail.com With Two Lamps to Guide Me: Staughton Lynd as Theologian
Avery (Pete) Guest averyguest@gmail.com MINISTERIAL CAREERS IN THE 19TH CENTURY AMONG THE UNITARIANS AND UNIVERSALISTS
Rev. Dr. Linda Weaver Horton UU Generation Shift in Historical Perspective: Can we learn from the Past?
Daniel McKanan dmckanan@hds.harvard.edu “A New Collection of Primary Sources for Unitarian Universalist History”
Daniel McKanan dmckanan@hds.harvard.edu Eco-Alchemy: Rudolf Steiner’s Spiritual Science and the Ecology of Ecology
Katia Moles kmoles@ses.gtu.edu A Work in Progress on How to Make More Explicit Connections Between Spirituality and Sexuality
Michelle Mueller mmueller05@gmail.com “Communities of Plural Love: a Comparative Ethnography of IndependentFundamentalist Mormons and Polyamorists”
Anthony Pinn www.anthonypinn.com “Death and Taxes: Humanism and the Limits of Charity”
Arliss Ungar arliss@ungar.us Captain Frederick W. Macondray (1806 – 1862): He was a Good Man
Roy Whitaker roy_whitaker@hotmail.com Complex Subjectivity: Anthony Pinn’s Liberal Ir/religion

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