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The Evolution of Mormon Political Engagement

August 14, 2018

Berkley Forum contributors discuss how effective Mormons have been in pursuing their political priorities in the United States, the basis of the continuing strength of the Mormon/Republican Party alignment, and some likely scenarios for the future of Mormon political engagement.

Apply to Be a Global Refugees and Migration Project Student Fellow!

August 13, 2018

The Berkley Center and Institute for the Study of International Migration are seeking applications for Global Refugees and Migration Project Fellows. Student fellows will support faculty research, event planning, and communications through the 2018-2019 academic year. Applications are due August 15.

The Muslim Brotherhood and American Muslims

August 13, 2018

In a new podcast Berkley Center Senior Research Fellow Peter Mandaville and Dr. Kamran Bokhari of the Center for Global Policy discuss how concerns about the Muslim Brotherhood have affected policies and conversations about Islam in the United States.

Join the Junior Year Abroad Network

August 7, 2018

Join over 600 Georgetown undergraduates who have blogged about religion, culture, and society from six continents. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis through August 17.

The Bloodbath at a Holy Shrine that Launched Global Jihad

July 25, 2018

Senior Fellow Jocelyne Cesari provides background on the Saudi policy of exporting its doctrine of Islam across the Muslim world for an article on the 1979 attack on Mecca's Grand Mosque.

Interreligious Engagement and Freedom of Religion or Belief

July 20, 2018

On July 12 and 13 Senior Fellow Katherine Marshall participated in a multi-stakeholder consultation process to build knowledge about the role of interreligious dialogue and collaboration in combatting intolerance and discrimination.

watch | Including Religious Voices in Strategy Discussions

Religious Trends in European Islam

July 16, 2018

Berkley Center Senior Fellow Jocelyne Cesari writes for IEMed about the multiple trends of Islam today and the complex relations maintained between Western society and Islam in Europe.

Religious Freedom Research Project Summer 2018 Fellowship Reports

July 10, 2018

RFRP funded six doctoral students to study the interrelationships between religious freedom and other kinds of fundamental freedoms.

What the Masterpiece Cakeshop Decision Means for the Future

June 27, 2018

Bloggers consider what the decision means for LGBTQ rights, anti-discriminatory laws, and religious freedom in the United States.

The Changing Shape of Britain’s Mosques

June 25, 2018

Senior Fellow Jocelyne Cesari's insight on the role of religion in European public life is cited in a recent New Statesman article.

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