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Religion and the American Normal

This conference will explore the intersections of religion and constructions of the normal in twentieth and twenty-first-century American life. We consider three broad themes: the creation of American religious norms, the work religion has done to produce and maintain notions […]

Buddhist Studies Workshop: The Philosophy and Practice of Confession in Chinese Buddhism, 10th-13th Centuries

Lecture on confession in Buddhism by Shengkai (Tsinghua University).

Buddhist Studies Workshop: Lay Congregations in Chinese Buddhism (Lecture in Chinese)

Lecture (in Chinese) by HAO Chunwen (Capital Normal University, Beijing). Buffet dinner following.

Conduct Risk: An Outsider’s Inside View: Keynote Address by David W. Miller

David W. Miller will address the ABA Regulatory Compliance Conference June 11-14, 2017 • Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel • Orlando, FL.

More information and conference schedule here: http://www.aba.com/Training/Conferences/Pages/RCC_schedule.aspx#Mon

​We are very pleased to welcome David W. Miller, Ph.D., Director of the […]

From Mount Sinai to Main Street: America and the Ten Commandments

Audio online here: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/yqqxh

Throughout much of the 20th century, the Ten Commandments loomed large in the United States – but more as a series of gentle cautions and helpful hints than as divine writ.  Brought down from on high and thrust […]

Out of Africa, Back to Africa: Transnationalizing African Religions and Care Globally

A Conversation Between: Afe Adogame, Religion Scholar, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Cati Coe, Anthropologist, Rutgers University

Opening lecture for the Program in African Studies 2016-2017 Lecture Series
For more information, visit http://www.princeton.edu/piirs/events/viewevent.xml?id=2079

Billy Graham and American Politics

Lecture by Grant Wacker, Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Christian History at Duke University and author of America’s Pastor: Billy Graham and the Shaping of a Nation.

During a career spanning sixty years, the Reverend Billy Graham’s resonant voice and chiseled […]

Faith & Ethics in the Executive Suite: Dual Career Couples

A special event for Reunions Weekend.

Faith & Work Initiative Director David W. Miller interviews Marian Ott ’76 S75 P06, Chairman of the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority, President of the Tennessee League of Women Voters, Civic Leader, Volunteer and Activist; and […]

Creating an Economy of Inclusion: Faith Active in Politics

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 […]

Adventures in Religious Reading: Paths to the Christian Past in Renaissance Europe

Keynote Lecture by Anthony Grafton, Henry Putnam University Professor of History.

Grafton is the author, co-author, or editor of a number of works in the history of books and reading, including New Worlds, Ancient Texts: The Power of Tradition and the Shock […]