As we enter a second holy season in a pandemic, Dean Najam discusses how communities of faith have tried to maintain a sense of community despite COVID-19.
Woodrow Wilson is among most influential presidents in U.S. foreign policy history, and the most pious. So what was the role of religion in Wilson’s worldview?
“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 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.
Dean Adil Najam spoke at an international workshop on “Abrahamic Traditions and Environmental Change” held on the island of Rhodes, Greece.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik spoke as part of the Pardee School Research Seminar Series.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik spoke at the forum hosted by the United States-Indonesia Society in Washington D.C.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik’s article, published in Comparative Politics, explores the constructivist approach to religion and world politics.
The Pardee School joins with CNN to present a special advance screening of the new series “Believer” and a Q&A with the series host Reza Aslan.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik won the award for his book Islam and Democracy in Indonesia: Tolerance Without Liberalism.
Dean Adil Najam speaks to BBC’s NewsHour on the death of Junaid Jamshed, a celebrity singer-turned-preacher in Pakistan, in a airplane crash.
Prof. Timothy Longman led a seminar this summer on the role of religion in genocide at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC.
Prof. Robert Hefner discusses religion’s role in U.S. Foreign Policy and the implications it has for Asia.
MA Candidate Madelyn Powell published on the topic of religion in Kenya in the peer-reviewed journal Student Pulse.
Lecturer James C. (Jim) Wallace was the keynote speaker at a recent conference studying religion in Turkey and China.
The Division of Regional and Thematic Studies (DRS) at the Pardee School celebrated its first-ever gala reception at the Pardee School on Sept. 17.
Pardee School Lecturer James C. “Jim” Wallace spoke to military representatives in the U. S. and Canada on the topic of religion.
Scholars gathered at the Pardee School for a symposium on religion and politics co-hosted by Boston University’s Center for the Study of Asia and Harvard University’s Fairbank Center for the Study of China.
An upcoming conference on religious pluralism will be held thanks to the Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs.
James C. (Jim) Wallace, Lecturer in International Relations, was featured as a presenter at a February event hosted by the Canadian government’s Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD).