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Student Interfaith Reflections on Social Justice through Dialogue

The Doyle Undergraduate Fellows are researching interreligious dialogue and social justice work to understand the role of religion in mobilizing for community change. This week, they reflect on readings and their experiences in the community to consider questions such as: What is the function and purpose of interreligious dialogue? What social justice benefits can interreligious dialogue enable that other forms of dialogue cannot? In what ways is interreligious dialogue important on college campuses and for youth leaders?

Responses
Interfaith: The Meeting Place of the Personal and the Political

Interfaith: The Meeting Place of the Personal and the Political
Olivia Vita
November 29, 2017

Bridging Gaps of Difference Through Interreligious Understanding

Bridging Gaps of Difference Through Interreligious Understanding
May Teng
November 27, 2017

Interreligious Dialogue, Peace, and Reconciliation

Interreligious Dialogue, Peace, and Reconciliation
Deirdre Jonese Austin
November 27, 2017

Recognizing Our Humanity: Foundations of Peacebuilding

Recognizing Our Humanity: Foundations of Peacebuilding
Casey Hammond
November 27, 2017

Reflections on "The Play of Wisdom"

Reflections on "The Play of Wisdom"
Shilpa Rao
November 27, 2017

Sam Harris, Buddhism Doesn’t Want You Either

Sam Harris, Buddhism Doesn’t Want You Either
Nicholas Scrimenti
November 27, 2017

Sinners Learning From Sinners

Sinners Learning From Sinners
Baasit Bhutta
November 27, 2017

What is the Function and Purpose of Interreligious Dialogue?

What is the Function and Purpose of Interreligious Dialogue?
Francesca Drumm
November 27, 2017


 
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