Summer 2010 Program

Globalizing Religions
June 13 – 25, 2010

Covering the major religious traditions, the seminar will focus on two questions: How has each tradition reached out globally?  And has it contributed to conflict or to conflict resolution?  All sessions will take place at the Institute, mornings 9 A.M. – 12 P.M. & afternoons 2- 4 P.M.

Sunday, June 13

5-7 P.M. – Opening reception

Monday, June 14

Globalization and Religion
Peter Berger – Boston University

Tuesday, June 15

Evangelical Protestantism
Michael Cromartie – Ethics and Public Policy Center

Wednesday, June 16

Robert Hefner – Boston University

Thursday, June 17

Mainline Protestantism
John Berthrong – Boston University

Friday, June 18

Eastern Christian Orthodoxy
Chris Marsh – Baylor University



Monday, June 21

Roman Catholicism
Jo Renee Formicola – Seton Hall University

Tuesday, June 22

Ilan Troen – Brandeis University

Wednesday, June 23

David Eckel – Boston University

Thursday, June 24

Tulasi Srinivas – Emerson College

Friday, June 25

Wrap-up discussion with Peter Berger; Lunch 12-1pm