Contributing artists from the 2012-2013 Bannan Institutes exhibit will reflect on their creative processes and the meaning and mystery of their work with sacred texts.
In this presentation, Thomas Ingmire reflects on a number of collaborative projects involving poetry, music, and calligraphy, and in this context, jostles with the dynamic of sacred poetics, producing meaning in the space in-between.
Members of the Jesuit Community at Santa Clara University will reflect on sacred texts that have been of particular significance in their own lives, and how these sacred texts have shaped their understandings of Jesuit mission and identity in their work at Santa Clara.
The Executive Director of the Ignatian Center provides the context and overview of the Spring 2013 issue of explore.
An Associate Theology Professor discusses the broad possibilities created by engaging sacred texts.
A Senior Lecturer in English discusses how the "whole student" can only be taught by the "whole professor."
Two law professors discuss how one Center seeks to address the justice gap in the legal system.
A Santa Clara alumna shares the power of poetry in unexpected ways.
A current SCU students shares the impact of her journey from reading the Qur'an to truly interacting with it.
Dean for the Jesuit School of Theology discusses unpacks a document highlighting the characteristics of Jesuit education and shares the potential beauty of a bulleted list.