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Professors and students will discuss “Virtual Religion and Customs: the Effects of Globalization and Information Technology on Traditional Religious Practices and Customs” noon Friday in Interfaith Chapel, Hogg Hall.

The Asian Cultural Association and Office of Religious Life are sponsoring the brown bag event, which includes free lunch.

International students and others will offer their perspectives on worshipping in a new culture and how information technology has changed the meanings of traditions and customs.

Questions to be addressed include:

  • What does it mean to be away from roots of tradition and celebrate festivals and observe customs?
  • How do meanings of customs change for communities in this age of globalization, human movement, and information technology?
  • Has the Internet changed meanings of tradition?
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