Religions and Public Life at the Kenan Institute for Ethics examines the paradoxes that abound at the nexus where faith, citizenship, and capitalism intersect with processes of globalization in order to produce new forms and reconfigurations of the public sphere. This new initiative is a collaboration among Duke Divinity School, Trinity College of Arts and Sciences, and the Kenan Institute for Ethics.
- Summer Fellows tackle the American-Korean culture of adoption, Greenland’s rights and resources
- Embarking KIE students to keep reflection journals through the summer
- KIE announces Kenan Graduate Arts Fellowship
- Luke Bretherton wins 2013 Ramsey book prize
- Ebrahim Moosa discusses perception, prophets, and an 18th century scholar
- Religions and Public Life Speaker: Peter van der Veer, Mar. 26
Peter van der Veer, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, will be speaking March 26th.
- Religions and Public Life Speaker: Susan Holman, Apr. 9
Susan Holman, Senior Writer at the Harvard Global Health Institute, will be speaking Tuesday, April 9th.