VIDEO- Alastair McIntosh on From Island Spirituality to American Exceptionalism: Some Religious Roots of Violence in Our Times

Enjoy this video of CHE fellow Alastair McIntosh sharing the ideas contained in his most recent book. Alastair McIntosh was raised in a deeply Presbyterian community on the Isle of Lewis. In this talk about his new book, Island Spirituality, he explored the profound values and experiences that get behind the stereotypes of island religion […]

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Kandinsky in Govan: Art, Spirituality and the Future: 21-23 Oct 2011

CHE Fellow Alastair McIntosh is curating a Centenary International Conference on the ideas expressed in ‘Concerning the Spiritual in Art’ by Wassily Kandinsky (1911) in Govan, Glasgow on the weekend 21-23rd October 2011. In October 1911 the Russian artist, Wassily Kandinsky, completed in German the manuscript of a little book that he called “Über das […]

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2017 General Meeting and Open Forum

We hope that existing members, and those who are interested in joining us as new members, will be able to join us Saturday 21st January, 2.30 – 5pm in the Pearce Institute (G51 3UU) for our General Meeting and Public Forum. We will host a participatory forum around CHE’s role in community-based critical education. We […]

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3rd Feb 2016: The People in Place : The Placemaker in Us with Ian Wight

The People in Place : The Placemaker in Us. Integral@Work: A spirited blether about what really matters with Ian Wight Wednesday 3rd Feb 2016 1800-2000 CHE Library, 2nd Floor, The Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Rd, Glasgow G51 3UU (near Govan underground station) Booking essential: free, or gift what you can. All funds to to our […]

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