The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs seeks a more just and peaceful world by deepening knowledge and solving problems at the intersection of religion and global affairs through research, teaching, and engaging multiple publics.
- New Book Addresses Ethics and Role of Faith Communities
- The Pitfalls and Potential of Religion in Peacebuilding
The Berkley Center offers a number of ways for students to get involved, including participating in fellowship programs; doing service work, taking courses, and conducting research through the Doyle Engaging Difference Program; and working at the center.
Explore opportunities below.
Call for Submissions
Religion, Nationalism, and Populism across the North/South Divide
Berkley Center Senior Fellow Jocelyne Cesari is guest editing a special issue of the journal Religions on populism, religion, and nationalism. Submissions will be accepted until April 30, 2020.
Call for Applications
Pulitzer Center International Reporting Fellowship 2020
The Berkley Center and Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting announce a call for applications for summer 2020 fellowships. All full-time Georgetown undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to apply. Applications will be accepted until February 15, 2020.