Georgetown backdrop

Faith and Culture Lecture Series

The university's Faith and Culture Lecture Series invites contemporary writers to Georgetown to reflect on their work in the context of the engagement of faith with culture. The series takes the form of conversations, which are open to the Georgetown community and the general public. The series began in 2008 with a keynote address by Paul Elie, senior fellow with the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, who has subsequently served as the moderator of the conversations. Guests have included the novelists Marilynne Robinson, Jonathan Franzen, and Alice McDermott; poets Tracy K. Smith and Lawrence Joseph; and journalist David Gregory. The series is sponsored by the Office of the President with support from the Berkley Center.

Riggs Library

Project Leader

Paul Elie headshot

Paul Elie

Senior Fellow

Featured Story

Events

Publications

Showing results for:

Sorry, we could not find any publications with the search parameters provided.

Videos

{{ item.media_date }}

{{ item.name }} video

Duration: {{ item.duration }}

Essays