The Art of Interfaith: A Festschrift in Honor of Lucinda Mosher on Interreligious Engagement and the Arts

2022-05-05

We are pleased to announce a CFP for a Festschrift in Honor of Lucinda Mosher on Interreligious Engagement and the Arts (full CFP).

Dr. Lucinda Mosher is a Faculty Associate at Hartford International University for Religion and Peace. She is well known for her expertise and experience in interfaith/interreligious studies, multifaith chaplaincy, comparative theology, and Muslim-Christian relations. Additionally, she is an accomplished musician and her workshops and lectures in the US and abroad often combine her expertise in interreligious understanding with her training in theology and the arts. She is an organist and the musical director at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Green Cove Springs, FL.

To honor Dr. Mosher, the journal is seeking articles on the theme of interreligious/interfaith engagement and the arts, including interreligious, intercultural, and comparative theology and the arts. Arts is defined broadly to include sonic, visual, and performance arts: painting, calligraphy, iconography, sculpture, literature, architecture, cinema, music, theater, and more. The full CFP is downloadable here. Please, circulate widely.