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Coffee Chat with Sister Simone Campbell

CSR invites students and faculty to a Coffee Chat with Sister Simone Campbell, author of A Nun on the Bus: How All of Us Can Create Hope, Change, and Community. 

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The Overnighters: A Screening and Discussion with Director Jesse Moss

Filmmaker Jesse Moss brings his award-winning documentary The Overnighters to Princeton. In the tiny town of Williston, North Dakota, tens of thousands of unemployed hopefuls show up looking for work, lured by the oil boom’s promise of plentiful jobs and […]

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Panel Discussion on “Becoming Unorthodox” by Lynn Davidman

Panel Discussion on Becoming Un-Orthodox: Stories of Ex-Hasidic Jews by Lynn Davidman, University of Kansas, with comments by Leora Batnitzky, Hendrik Hartog, and Stanley Katz, Princeton University, and a response by the author

Ferguson: The Community Responds

The Center for the Study of Religion at Princeton University sponsors a panel discussion on the events in Ferguson, Missouri, following the death of Michael Brown.

Why is a black body in motion considered a threat?
Is it appropriate to provision police […]

Buddhist Ethics Reading Group Copy

The Buddhist Ethics Reading Group (BERG) is a forum for Princeton students to consider and evaluate, from many angles, a Buddhist approach to ethics. The group meets approximately once a month over dinner to discuss the Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way […]

International Political Violence

Crossroads of Religion and Politics Lunchtime Discussion with Ziad Munson, Lehigh University
Munson works in the Sociology and Anthropology Department at Lehigh University. He received his PhD in 2002 from Harvard University. His professional interests lie in the areas of political […]

Buddhist Ethics Reading Group

The Buddhist Ethics Reading Group (BERG) is a forum for Princeton students to consider and evaluate, from many angles, a Buddhist approach to ethics. The group meets approximately once a month over dinner to discuss the Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way […]

Paging God: Religion in the Halls of Medicine

Wendy Cadge’s second book, Paging God: Religion in the Halls of Medicine, looks at the ways hospital caregivers, particularly chaplains, think and talk about religion and religious diversity in their daily work. Cadge will respond to comments from Elizabeth Mitchell […]

Islamic Feminism in Kuwait

A Crossroads of Religion and Politics lunchtime discussion with Alessandra L. González, John Jay College.

Dr. González is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at John Jay College, CUNY. In 2011, Dr. Alessandra L. González became a Research Fellow at the Institute for […]

Lives of Great Religious Books

A panel discussion in honor of the innovative new book series by the Princeton University Press.  Panelists are Donald S. Lopez. Jr., author of the biography of The Tibetan Book of the Dead; Martin Marty, author of the biography of […]