FACULTY LEADERJosé Casanova
José Casanova is one of the world's top scholars in the sociology of religion. He is a professor at the Department of Sociology at Georgetown University, and heads the Berkley Center's Program on Globalization, Religion and the Secular. He has published works in a broad range of subjects, including religion and globalization, migration and religious pluralism, transnational religions, and...
Peter Berger on the Political Dilemma of Managing Religion in Modern and Pluralistic Societies (Full Screen)
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Religious and Political Identities: The Mediterranean since 1492
The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University and the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute are engaged in a joint research project that rethinks the relationship between religion, nation, and state throughout the Mediterranean basin from early modernity to the present. A series of workshops, to culminate in a conference and major book project, is exploring the interaction of Eastern and Latin Christianity, Islam, and Judaism -- among individual Christian, Muslim, and Jewish adherents, with one another as religious institutions, and with states and societies across the region.
September 18, 2008