This year’s Doll Family Lecture on Religion and Money will be given by Simone Campbell, SSS. Sister Simone is Executive Director of NETWORK, a National Catholic Social Justice Lobby. She is a religious leader, attorney and poet with extensive experience […]
Keynote Lecture by Vincent Wimbush, Founding Director, Institute for Signifying Scriptures
Wimbush is author or editor of more than twelve books, including White Men’s Magic: Scripturalization as Slavery (Oxford University Press, 2012); MisReading America: Scriptures and Difference (OUP, 2013); Theorizing Scriptures […]
Doll Family Lectures in Religion and Money
Doll Lecture on Religion and Money to be given by Christian Smith, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Society at the […]
Sociology Graduate Student Erin Johnston and Anthropology Graduate Student George Laufenberg
will offer responses to the new book by Thomas DeGloma, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Hunter College, City University of New York
The theme of personal awakening is a feature of […]
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
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 […]
Center Director and Gerhard R. Andlinger ’52 Professor of Sociology Robert Wuthnow lectures on religion and politics in Kansas and Texas, drawing on two of his recent books: Red State Religion: Faith and Politics in America’s Heartland (2011) and Rough […]
Research papers will be presented in all fields of Dunhuang manuscript studies, including those reflecting on the general theme of promising avenues of research in the next 20 years. 32 papers will be presented during 9 panels. Papers will be […]
Charity (Sanskrit: dāna, derived from the same Indo-European root as Latin: dōnum, gift) is the most fundamental of all Buddhist virtues, and rituals of donation are important throughout Buddhism. This day-long symposium is intended to help develop conversations about dāna […]
Lecture by William Hurlbut, MD
Co-sponsored with the Center of Theological Inquiry.
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As evolutionary theory has become the unifying principle of interpretation of the organic world, it has raised difficult questions about the source […]