Work at the Center/network/forum is intended to engage an array of questions and approaches in the arts, humanities and social sciences relevant to civil society, including cultural studies, the study of symbolism, ritual and theater, aesthetics, affective and cognitive neuroscience, comparative religion, the history and advance of science, moral and political philosophy, new approaches in historical geography, and the 300 year history, and prehistory, of modern Freemasonry since the Enlightenment.
Past lectures and events co-sponsored by the Roosevelt Center:
Distinguished Professor Margaret Jacob, UCLA, in Santa Monica Pacific-Palisades Lodge, California, USA
Tom Jackson gave a paper at Lodge Hollywood, Grand Lodge of Califorinia, Tarzana, California, USA
Professor Eric Pallazo, a visiting scholar at the Getty Research Institute, lectured both in Los Angeles, California and in San Francisco, California USA
Visiting Professor, UCLA, María Vázquez Semadeni presented at Lodge Liberal Arts in Los Angeles, California
John Slifko preesented a paper at Lodge Liberal Arts, Grand Lodge of California, Los Angeles, California.
Dr. John Cooper presented at Lodge Liberal Arts, Grand Lodge of California, Los Angeles, California.
Steve Doan presented at Lodge Liberal Arts, Grand Lodge of California, Los Angeles.
Announcements of future lectures and events including international conferences, projects, and activities supported by the Roosevelt Center.
Here is the agenda and RSVP link for the upcoming March 23, 2014 Conference entitled:
"At a Perpetual Distance: Universal Freemasonry and its Historical Divisions"
The international gathering is to held at Liberal Arts Lodge Building, 2244 Westwood Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90064.