• Building Bridges Volume Wins Award

    Building Bridges Volume Wins Award

    Sin, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation: Christian and Muslim Perspectives, edited by Berkley Center Senior Research Fellow David Marshall and Lucinda Mosher, received a 2017 Catholic Press Association Book Award in the "Ecumenism and Interfaith Relations" category.

  • Paths of Peace

    Paths of Peace

    Katherine Marshall reflects on Sant'Egidio's 2017 interreligious gathering, which highlighted the vitality and complexity of religious traditions across the world and their real responsibility and potential for action on issues of peace and development.

  • How the State Department Has Sidelined Religion’s Role in Diplomacy

    How the State Department Has Sidelined Religion’s Role in Diplomacy

    Shaun Casey reflects on his work with the Office of Religion and Global Affairs in light of plans to fold it into the Office of International Religious Freedom.

  • Firsthand Reflections on Charlottesville

    Firsthand Reflections on Charlottesville

    This week the Berkley Forum features scholars and religious leaders who were on the ground in Charlottesville sharing what they witnessed and reflecting on the aftermath of the protests and tragic violence on August 11.

  • Christian Ethicists Without Borders Issues Statement on White Supremacy and Racism

    Christian Ethicists Without Borders Issues Statement on White Supremacy and Racism

    A statement condemning racist, anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim, and neo-Nazi ideology has attracted over 700 signatories, including Berkley Center faculty Shaun Casey, Drew Christiansen, David Hollenbach, Michael Kessler, and Gerard Mannion.

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