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UPCOMING EVENTS


May 28, 2009 UU RE History Group Meeting
Boston, MA
If you would like to attend or have comments for the meeting, please contact James Buckley at 617-436-2128, historybuckley@yahoo.com 


June 24-28, 2009 Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly
Salt Lake City, UT
The UU RE History Group will be participating in the History Booth in the Display Area with other UU History Groups.


October 9-11, 2010 UU History Convocation
Boston, MA, Area
This Convocation will to be an opportunity for all the groups engaged in historical and heritage work to present a major convocation to showcase their work and to generate work from a broader scope of research.




PREVIOUS EVENTS
Events that have occurred are kept on this site for historical reference.


GENERAL ASSEMBLY, June 25-29, 2008, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Participating in the UU History Booth
Paper on the Haunting House Curriculum
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THE SAGA OF THE TUCKERMAN SCHOOL FOR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
GENERAL ASSEMBLY, Fort Worth, Texas
Sunday, June 26, 2005, 4:45-6:00 PM
Convention Center 2-3C

When the Rev. Jeanne Lloyd explored the life of Unitarian Universalist Religious Educator Frances Wood, she uncovered the sage of the rise and demise of a graduate school for religious education, named for the early 19th century Unitarian leader, Joseph Tuckerman. Come hear about Tuckerman, Weed, the Lost School and MORE……..


Out of The Archives:
A Hands-on Conference Exploring Unitarian
Universalist Religious Education History

November 11 (3PM) - November 13 (Noon), 2005
Pickett and Eliot House, 6 Mount Vernon Place, Boston, MA

The Unitarian Universalist Religious Education History Group invites students, clergy and interested others to explore the historical religious education resources at UUA and Harvard.


GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2004, Long Beach, California
Saturday, June 26, 2004 – 3:15-4:30 PM #3079 Convention Center Room 203A
"When Religious Education Moved West"

The presentations covered both Unitarian and Universalist history. Presenters included:

Rev. Frank Robertson, Chair, UU RE History Group
Charlotte Cowtan, Starr King School for the Ministry
Rev. Eugene Navias, special interest in music
Rev. Elizabeth Strong, Universalist history focus
Rev. Helen Zidowecki, Communications and web possibilities



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