• Apply to Blog for the Junior Year Abroad Network

    Apply to Blog for the Junior Year Abroad Network

    Join over 450 Georgetown undergraduates who have blogged about religion, culture, and society from 55 countries on six continents. Applications for the Spring 2015 semester are due on November 17, 2014. 

  • The Islamic State Challenge

    The Islamic State Challenge

    Drew Christiansen, S.J. and Ra'fat Aldajani contend that Arab Muslims states need to resolve internal contradictions within each of the major coalition partners and develop a counter-narrative in order to defeat ISIS.

  • Ebola: Ten Proposals to Engage Religious Actors More Proactively

    Ebola: Ten Proposals to Engage Religious Actors More Proactively

    Katherine Marshall says networks of faith-inspired actors are a resource that could magnify the impact of urgent responses and recovery plans in West Africa.

  • Civil Religion, Foreign Policy, and the Challenge of Multipolarity

    Civil Religion, Foreign Policy, and the Challenge of Multipolarity

    Tom Banchoff argues that in the United States, civil religion has foreign policy effects by wedding government to an international mission that goes beyond the pursuit of prosperity and security to incorporate the promotion of national values abroad.

  • The Changing Dynamic of Religious Freedom in China

    The Changing Dynamic of Religious Freedom in China

    Cornerstone contributors examine the nature of religious freedom in China and its impact on various religious groups such as Tibetan Buddhists, Uighur Muslims, Protestants, and Catholics. 

Upcoming Events

November 13, 2014

Love and Forgiveness in Governance

Love and forgiveness are universal values that seem to transcend race, culture, and nationality, making them a central part of what makes us human. Despite this fact, limited research exists on the role of love and forgiveness—and its practical application—in governance structures.

This conference will explore the role that the values of love and forgiveness can play in governance. ...

November 17, 2014

In the City of Gold and Silver: Book Talk with Kenize Mourad

Please RSVP here.

Kenize Mourad recounted the end of the Ottoman Empire through the lens of 
Princess Selma, her mother and the granddaughter of Sultan Mourad V, with her novel Regards from the Dead Princess (Little, Brown) in the late 1980s. Her new book,&n...

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