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Berkley Center Interviews

"What is the role of faith in your work?" These interviews conducted by Berkley Center faculty ask this fundamental question of leaders in the fields of religion and development and foreign policy. The assembled in-depth conversations with activists, scholars, and policy specialists examine best practices and collaborative strategies across a range of contemporary challenges, including HIV/AIDS, malaria, education, governance, shelter, gender, and international religious freedom. For more...

Film Guides

The Berkley Center Film Guide Series provides teachers and professors from the high school through professional levels with teaching guides rooted in social science and film studies pedagogy that can be used to provoke critical thinking about the complex nexus of religion and conflict. The Film Guides cover topics from the contemporary work of religious leaders to quell Nigeria’s sectarian violence (The Imam and the Pastor) to the timeless lessons about religious tolerance and just war from...

Project Rebirth

The Intercultural and Interreligious Aspects of 9/11 is a set of three lesson plans developed by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, & World Affairs at Georgetown University and Project Rebirth, the non-profit outgrowth of the award-winning documentary film Rebirth, which chronicles the lives and psychological recovery of 9/11 survivors. The Berkley Center and Project Rebirth have also made a significant compilation of online resources available to accompany the lesson plans and heighten...

Religion and Conflict Case Studies

Bosnia. Darfur. Afghanistan. Iraq. Headlines chronicle conflicts infused with religious dynamics. Just as significant, but less visible, are places where religious actors have promoted conflict resolution and peace, as in South Africa, Mozambique, and Colombia. This collection of case studies provides a resource for teachers, students, and policy professionals seeking a deeper understanding of religion’s complex role in conflicts and peacebuilding around the world. Each case looks at religion...

Syllabi Project

The Berkley Center Syllabi Project includes hundreds of undergraduate and graduate syllabi that address the intersection between religion, society, politics, and world affairs. The growing collection demonstrates a breadth and diversity of approaches across disciplines and topic areas. The project is now in a start-up phase.
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