Religions and Public Life at the Kenan Institute for Ethics examines the paradoxes that abound where faith, citizenship, and capitalism intersect with processes of globalization to produce new forms and reconfigurations of the public sphere. In collaboration with Duke Divinity School and Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, the program is rooted in the way ethical inquiry unites all belief traditions.
- Conversations in Human Rights: Hunger Strikes and Force-Feeding at Guantanamo and Beyond, Feb. 5
4:00-6:00pm, 101 West Duke Building
- Faith & Politics: Poverty, Power, and Privilege, Feb. 16
Anglican Episcopal House of Studies’ 7th annual AEHS Study Day, led by Luke Bretherton