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Chris Kalaitzidis (G'22) was a Ph.D. candidate at Georgetown University’s Department of Theology and Religious Studies. His research focuses on religious pluralism, religious disagreement, and interreligious dialogue in the context of social and religious epistemology. At the Berkley Center, Chris was a graduate research assistant, working with Executive Director Michael Kessler and center scholars Katherine Marshall, Jocelyne Cesari, and Rev. David Hollenbach, S.J., on the Religion and the Crisis of Displaced Persons project. Collaborating with Director of Student Programs Ryann Craig, Chris also served as a preceptor for the Doyle Undergraduate Fellows in summer 2021. He previously worked as assistant editor to Kessler, editing the Oxford Handbook of Political Theology, and in 2019 helped to manage the Berkley Forum, the Berkley Center’s online platform for public scholarship.