Sheridan College will host a discussion on the role of religion in Middle Eastern politics this Friday. Dr. Seth Ward from the University of Wyoming will present “Democracy and Religion in the Middle East”, which is presented by the Wyoming Humanities Council and sponsored by the Sheridan College Library.
Director of Library Services for Sheridan College, Katrina Brown, explains that Ward has an extensive background in regard to Middle Easter politics and religion.
Brown said that Ward's presentation is offered by the Wyoming Humanities Council as part of their Humanities Forum. Dr. Seth Ward's discussion of Democracy and Religion in the Middle East will take place this Friday at 8:30 am in the Sheridan College CTEL.