Religions and Public Life at the Kenan Institute for Ethics explores the role of religions in historical and cultural context as they influence the lives of their adherents, interact with each other across time and geography, and contribute to the formation of institutions that make up the public sphere. A joint endeavor with Trinity College of Arts & Sciences and Duke Divinity School, it is an interdisciplinary platform that puts scholars, students, and practitioners in conversation with one another through collaborative research, innovative teaching, and community engagement.
- Conference: Interreligious Dialogue in the Post-Secular Age, Apr. 24-25
In the twenty-first century, religion has made a surprising and powerful return, and has had More…
- Book Roundtable with Mona Hassan: Longing for the Lost Caliphate: A Transregional History, May 1
Please join us for a roundtable discussion of our colleague Mona Hassan’s new book Longing More…