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World Religions Shared in Exhibit at Pollak
"Belief Systems & Religions in Cultural Context," a display in Pollak Library continuing through May 31, examines the world's religious beliefs from monotheistic, polytheistic, atheistic and agnostic perspectives.
The exhibit aims to illuminate some of the lesser-known religions or religious practices and belief systems of the world, alongside Christianity, Judaism and Islam, the three largest monotheistic religions, said Trish Campbell, exhibit program coordinator and curator. More details can be found on the "Belief Systems & Religions in Cultural Context" exhibit page .
The library is also featuring exhibits on Torah scrolls and Muslim women. The latter seeks to dispel misconceptions about Muslim women and Islam through textiles, prayer beads and personal items on loan and books from the library's collections, including copies of the Qur'an. All books are available for check out. For more details, visit the "Unveiling Mystery: The Women of Islam" exhibition page.
Both exhibits continue through May 31 and are located on the west terrace of Pollak Library, on the second floor. The Torah scrolls exhibit is on the east terrace of the library on the second floor.