Category: research abroad

Update on “Indonesian Pluralities”

Dr. Bob Hefner continued his travel to Indonesia in Jan. & March, shooting & editing of the 3 of 6 films in the Henry Luce Foundation funded series, “Indonesian Pluralities.” It shows the diversity of social and religious life in Indonesia, and the challenge this poses for citizenship and peace in this largest Muslim society in […]

Hefner keynotes in Malaysia

On September 29th, 2017, Professor Robert W. Hefner will present the keynote address at the opening of a conference on “A Civil Islam: Prospects and Challenges in the 21st Century,” in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  The event is sponsored by the Malaysia-based Islamic Renaissance Front, which was founded in 2009 and describes itself as “an intellectual […]

Catholics, Muslims and secularists in Quebec: Citizenships in tension in the aftermath of the Quiet Revolution

A two year project between the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and CURA has resulted in a series of blog post articles on topics of “Global Migration and the New Cosmopolitanisms: Religion, Public Ethics, and Citizenship in Plural Societies”. Find researcher Azeddine Hmimssa’s article on “Catholics, Muslims and secularists in Quebec: Citizenships in tension […]

The un-Dutchable challenge of pluralism

A two year project between the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and CURA has resulted in a series of blog post articles on topics of “Global Migration and the New Cosmopolitanisms: Religion, Public Ethics, and Citizenship in Plural Societies”. Find researcher Ahmet Yukleyen’s article on “The Un-Dutchable challenge of pluralism” on the University of Notre […]

The new western plurality and citizen co-existence

A two year project between the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and CURA has resulted in a series of blog post articles on topics of “Global Migration and the New Cosmopolitanisms: Religion, Public Ethics, and Citizenship in Plural Societies”. Find Director Bob Hefner’s article on “The new western plurality and citizen co-existence” on the […]

CURA researcher Carol Ferrara in Paris

Carol Ferrara is a Research Fellow for the Contending Modernities project funded by CURA and the Kroc Institute for Peace at Notre Dame.  Carol has been carrying out research in Paris, Lyon and Lille, France over the past 15 months. The following photos are from Bob Hefner’s visit to Paris in early October 2014.   […]