CFI Institute Summer Session Convenes July 10-13
The Center for Inquiry
Institute, joint educational program of the Council
for Secular Humanism and the Committee
for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP), will hold its
1997 Summer Session at The Center for
Inquiry International, Amherst, New York. One core course and one workshop will be
offered under the Instiutute's new three year certificate program.
Center for Inquiry founder Paul Kurtz and H. James Birx, Director of the Alliance of Secular Humanist Societies
(ASHS), will teach "History and Philosophy of Humanism," a core course on
the Institute's Humanist Studies program. Joe Nickell, Associate Dean of the Instituite
and Senior Research Fellow of CSICOP, will teach
"Examining Miraculous Claims," a workshop applicable to either the Humanist
Studies or the Science and the Paranormal program. The two courses are held in staggered
sessions between Thursday, July 10 and Sunday, July 13. Cultural opportunities include a
visit to quaint Niagara-on- the-Lake, Ontario, Canada for a performance of Chekhov's The
Seagull at the world-famous Shaw Festival Theatre.
For more information, see the ad in this issue or call toll-free 1-800-458-1366.
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