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.”
The CURA Colloquium hosted a talk by Daryl Ireland on the “Sanctuary Syndrome.”
The colloquium will feature CURA Fellows sharing critiques and providing valuable insight of in-progress papers.
CURA kicked off their Religion and World Affairs Colloquium with Peter Mandaville, Professor of Policy and Government at George Mason University.
Hefner was speaking in Indonesia this January, giving him a front row seat for the ISIS attacks in Jakarta.
Pardee School centers came together to present an event examining courtship among Muslim Javanese youth.
The Division of Regional Studies organized an event where Pardee School faculty examimed the ethical implications of combatting climate change.