Apocalypticism. Climate Change. Moral Capital. Refugees.
Advancing transdisciplinary research and education on the religious dynamics of conflict and peace
Faculty affiliate Fernanda Santos shares her perspectives on the tragedy in El Paso via The New York Times
Gaymon Bennett, Center faculty affiliate, breaks new ground on understanding the interaction of religion, science and technology
Amid the brutal civil war, a town fought off the regime and the fundamentalists—and dared to hold an election. Can its experiment in democracy survive?
AN IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM THE CENTER REGARDING COVID-19:
Dear CSRC community,
- MAR 26: Truth & Democracy, A talk by Jeff Flake
- MAR 27: What is True(?), with Serene Jones
- MAR 27: Do I Have a Witness? Hannah Arendt for the Post-Truth Era, with Ned O’Gorman
- APR 2: Healing the Divided States of America: A conversation with E.J. Dionne & Melissa Rogers
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In July 1945, as the end of WWII approached, an electrical engineer named Vannevar Bush, who had overseen government research during the war, put forth a report at the request of then-President Fra