Colloquium

The Religion and Politics Colloquium

Fall 2012 • Mondays, 12:00-1:20pm • Room 102, Rosenkranz Hall, 115 Prospect Street
Lunch will be provided at 11:50am

September 24 • Mark Chaves, Duke University, Divinity and Sociology
"Continuity and Change in American Religion"

October 8 • Tanya Luhrmann, Stanford University, Anthropology
"How the Hippie Christians became the Religious Right"

October 15 • Gary Dorrien, Union Theological Seminary
"Economic Democracy in Question: Renewing a Social Ethical Tradition"

October 22 • Sara Shneiderman, Yale University, Anthropology
"Temple Building in Secular Nepal: Post-Conflict Notions of 'Progress'"

*October 30 • Anna Grzymala-Busse, University of Michigan, Political Science
"Weapons of the Meek: Church Strategies of Political Influence"
12:00pm Tuesday • Comparative Politics Workshop • Room 005, Rosenkranz Hall

November 5 • Winifred Sullivan, SUNY Buffalo Law School
"Ministries of Presence: Constitutionalizing Spiritual Care"

November 12 • David Smilde, University of Georgia
"Beyond the Strong Program in the Sociology of Religion"

December 3 • Jonathan Fox, Bar Ilan University, Political Science
"Is it Really God's Century? An Evaluation of Religious Legislation and
Discrimination from 1990 to 2008"

*December 12 • Robert Bellah, UC Berkeley, Sociology
"The Modern Project in the Light of Human Evolution"
Wednesday • Special Session • Time & Place TBA

 

Generously sponsored by the Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Fund

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