Religion and Society Dinner


This dinner is a pre-event opportunity to meet the speakers for the Religion and Society series dialogue, What Does it Mean to be Human? Ghosts and Machines. Dr. Geordie Rose, Dr. Julien Musolino, and Dr. Michael Murray will share their thoughts around the themes of human uniqueness, science and technology. The venue, Leonard Hall at Wycliffe College, is a beautiful and historic building on the U of T campus. 

         Date:  January 24, 2019 
Reception:  6:00 PM
Dinner:  7:00 PM 
         Cost:  $250 (includes admission to What Does it Mean to be Human? Ghosts and Machines

Tickets are limited and a tax receipt will be issued for the maximum allowable amount. Proceeds will support family and infant research at Mt. Sinai Hospital.

The Religion and Society Series seeks to generate critical conversations on matters of faith, society and public interest. The purpose of the series is to play a catalytic role in helping shape discourse around topics that deeply matter to individuals and society.