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Brussels Attacks

Originally posted on Center for the Study of Religious Violence:
Militants carried out attacks in Brussels this morning, exploding two bombs at the airport and another at a subway station during the busy rush hour commute. Dozens of people have…

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Mutual Imaginings of Europe and the Middle East Conference

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Mutual Imaginings of Europe and the Middle East (800-1700) A conference is being organized at Barnard College on “Beyond Borders: Mutual Imaginings of Europe and the Middle East (800-1700).” Faculty…

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Attaques Choquantes à Paris

Je pense à tous mes amis et tous les Parisiens suite aux attaques choquantes dans le cœur de Paris. Solidarités et amitiés des américains francophiles….

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Graduate Student Conference at the Newberry Library

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There is a great opportunity at the Newberry Library for graduate students working on religious violence in the Renaissance and early modern periods. The Center for Renaissance Studies holds an…

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ReligioWest Research Program

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The ReligioWest research program, based at the European University Institute, pursues research on issues of religious pluralism, secularism, religion and the law, religion in the political sphere, and religious violence.…

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Burial Politics and Intolerance in France

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Burial politics and intolerance seem to have been involved in an incident concerning the burial of a Roma (gypsy) baby during the holidays in France. The mayor of the town…

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Norton Anthology of World Religions Reviewed

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Karen Armstrong reviews The Norton Anthology of World Religions in the New York Times. “At a time when religious faith is coming under intense scrutiny, The Norton Anthology of World…

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