When Violence & World Religions Collide
WHO: Sundar J.M. Brown
WHERE: Moravian College, Haupert Union Building (The HUB), UBC Room
WHEN: Thursday, October 9th, 2014, 12:00 Noon – 1:30 pm
WHAT: Presentation, Facilitated Discussion & Open Panel Q&A
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This lecture is being offered in conjunction with Moravian College’s 2014 International Week Intercultural Learning Series.
Trained at the University of Pennsylvania as a South Asianist and Political Economist, Sundar J.M. Brown specializes in Terrorism/Counterterrorism Studies, HUMINT, and Intelligence Analysis within regional South and Southeast Asia. His localized concentrations include terror groups/acts in India, West Bengal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and the Philippines and cross-link with terror groups/acts in the Middle East and Africa. His primary research focus is the intersection of Terrorism and Theology.