Screen Shot 2013-02-04 at 1.54.04 PMJonathan Goldstein from the program WireTap is on campus for Cornerstone Arts Week, speaking on a panel called God, That’s Funny!: Religion, Humor, Politics and Identity. The panel includes Jonathan Goldstein, Firoozeh Dumas and Steven Hayward, all writers from diverse religious and cultural background who use humor to address potentially divisive subjects. The panel discussion is tomorrow at 7pm at the Cornerstone Arts Center.

Jonathan Goldstein and Steven Hayward will stop by KRCC today during Fresh Air at 3:50 for a quick chat about the panel discussion. Please tune in.

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