In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the Arab Uprising, the event explored how the Uprising altered the Middle East and North Africa.
“Martin’s analyses invited readers to take a momentary analytic leap and recognize a common humanity and existential dilemma in the mostly poor Pentecostals he described.”
This event series will examine the economic, social, political, and security impacts of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
CURA’s Colloquium on Religion and World Affairs, organized in cooperation with the BU School of Theology, will focus on “religion and communal interaction.”
Apply Now: CURA is seeking proposals for its Religion and World Affairs Colloquium. The 2020-21 theme is “Religion and Communal Interaction.”
The CURA Colloquium hosted a talk by Daryl Ireland on the “Sanctuary Syndrome.”
Sheila Otieno delivered a talk entitled “Splinter Effect: Interrogating Performances of Citizenship and Religious Belonging in State Formation.”
Kelly Keenan delivered a talk entitled “Rewriting Religion, Reinventing Gender in Monique Wittig’s Les Guérillères,” as part of the CURA Colloquium.
Zachary D. Kaufman, Associate Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of Houston Law Center, gave a talk on “Legislating Atrocity Prevention.”
Emma Rosenberg gave a talk as part of the CURA Colloquium on “Right-Wing Populist Religious Rhetoric in Central Europe.”
CURA Director Timothy Longman highlighted upcoming events for the academic year and officially welcomed the CURA community back to campus for the academic year.
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs hosted a conference entitled “Muslim Communities in Europe and North America: Contemporary Developments and Challenges.”
Ken Roth, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch , discussed best practices in human rights research and advocacy.
The Institute for the Study of Muslim Societies and Civilizations will become a special program within the Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs at the Pardee School.
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs hosted a talk with Guadalupe Tuñón of Harvard University as part of the Research in Comparative Politics Workshop series.
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs hosted a group of social science scholars from across the country for the two-day workshop.
Prof. Nancy Ammerman delivered a talk entitled “Constructing Religion in Context: Contributions From a Lived Religion.”
CURA Director Timothy Longman highlighted upcoming CURA events including the 2018-19 Colloquium on Religion and World Affairs.
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs (CURA) has announced their 2018-2019 CURA Fellows.
The grant was awarded to CURA by the Initiative on Religion in International Affairs at the Luce Foundation.