Navigating Religion and World Affairs: An Atlantic Forum

June 28-29, 2010

The last decade has seen an explosion of interest in the role of religion in society, politics, and international affairs on both sides of the Atlantic. Universities, foundations, and the media have sought to meet this interest through a variety of programs, conferences, and publications. Yet despite all this activity, transatlantic efforts to network expertise and further collaboration have been fragmentary. In an effort to improve transatlantic communication and develop institutional collaboration in this vital area, this forum brought together leading American and German scholars and professionals working at the intersection of religion and world affairs.
This event was convened by the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and hosted by Humboldt University.

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Navigating Religion and World Affairs: An Atlantic Forum

This report outlines the proceedings of a forum that the Berkley Center convened in Berlin on June 28-29, 2010. Hosted by Humboldt University and organized by the Center's Tom Banchoff and Jose Casanova, the forum brought together leading American…