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The Anthropology of a L'Arche Community -EVENT CANCELLED

The Anthropology of a L'Arche Community. An Open Seminar presented by former CIP student Patrick McKearney
When Dec 06, 2014
from 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
Where Westcott House
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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED OWING TO UNFORESEEEN CIRCUMSTANCES

The Anthropology of a L’Arche Community.” Former CIP student Patrick McKearney will be presenting the first in an occasional series of seminars.

Patrick spent last year doing fieldwork for his Cambridge PhD, in a L'Arche Community in London, and this year is part of the Lyn's House community, a house of hospitality and friendship in Cambridge inspired by L'Arche and founded in association with Westcott House.

It is hoped that this will be the first in a series of occasional seminars thinking about the life and spirituality of L'Arche from a range of different perspectives and disciplines.

ALL welcome with an interest in L'Arche, Lyn's House, anthropology or disability, not only academics and students!

To reach the Knight Room enter Westcott House from Jesus Lane, turn left and the Knight Room is at the top of the external staircase.

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