Human Origins

Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean To Be Human?

701 S. Columbia Drive, Decatur, GA

September 13 to December 13.

The John Bulow Campbell Library at Columbia Theological Seminary is one of the first seminary libraries to host this traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. For sponsorship opportunities, contact: Charles Wiley at WileyC@CTSnet.edu or 404-687-4671.

See the upcoming event opportunities below! Additional lectures and events are in planning for the following groups:

+Clergy

+Christian education directors

+Agnes Scott College

+and other community discussions open to the public

The exhibit will be open to the public, but small groups are asked to schedule a tour in advance by email at humanorigins@ctsnet.edu.

Upcoming Events on Campus

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Sep 11
Human Origins Forum with Bill Brown

09/11/2019

Dr. Bill Brown, William Marcellus McPheeters Professor of Old Testament, will lead a special Wednesday Forum to preview the new Human Origins exhibit at the John Bulow Campbell Library. Learn more about the exhibit at www.ctsnet.edu/human-origins. Open to the...

Nov 13
Human Origins Forum with the Smithsonian

11/13/2019

Staff from the Smithsonian Institute will lead a forum about the new Human Origins exhibit at the John Bulow Campbell Library. Learn more about the exhibit at www.ctsnet.edu/human-origins. Open to the public at 5:30-7:00 pm followed by a presentation...

Nov 14
Human Origins for Public School Teachers

11/14/2019

Staff from the Smithsonian Institute will lead a forum for public school teachers about the new Human Origins exhibit at the John Bulow Campbell Library. Learn more about the exhibit at www.ctsnet.edu/human-origins. Open to all teachers, 9:00-11:00 am. Room...

+ More Events

The Human Origins exhibit from the Smithsonian Institution was developed in partnership with the American Library Association and made possible by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation with support from the Peter Buck Human Origins Fund at the Smithsonian. It has appeared at 19 public libraries across the country between April 2015 and April 2017. For more information about the exhibit, as well as events and conversations associated with it, visit the Smithsonian website at humanorigins.si.edu.

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