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The Nuremberg Chronicle To Be Highlighted In Upcoming Public Lecture 

"A new course featuring one of Queen’s University Library’s newest acquisitions – a hand-coloured 1493 edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle that is now part of the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection – is opening its doors to the public for an upcoming class.

Members of the Queen’s and Kingston communities are invited to join professors Sharday Mosurinjohn and Richard Ascough (Queen’s School of Religion) and their students for a lecture in Religion and Art (RELS 345) on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 11:30 am at the W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections in Douglas Library. The event, and the Nuremberg Chronicle, will be introduced by Principal Daniel Woolf."


Academic Lecture on Sex Education

Debate has resurfaced around the “sex ed” portion of the Ontario Health and Physical Education Curriculum. While the political stakes are overwhelmingly foregrounded in various “values,” the stakes of how children are informed (or not) about health and sexuality are highest for the children themselves.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Ellis Hall Auditorium
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM


I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference March 8 & 9

I@Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference March 8 & 9, 2018


The 12th Annual Inquiry at Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference will be taking place in Stauffer Library on March 8th and 9th, 2018. 

Four of our students will be presenting:


Thursday, March 8, 9:30-10:50

Andie Rexdiemer - Children's Right to Sexual Education Despite Religious Concerns Raised by Parents:  A Case Study of the 2015 Ontario "sex-ed" Curriculum


Creative Exhibition: Christianity in Contemporary Context

Exhibition of Creative Work

Students in RELS310/810 Modern Christian Thought have organized an exhibition of creative work, based on the question “What is Christianity (or its legacy) in the contemporary context?” In groups, students have been encouraged to create a visually-oriented project which interrogates, positively or negatively, a theme theyhave touched on in the course, such as: