This month, the International Reporting Project at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies announced two new religion fellowships for journalists.Read the rest of Religion fellowships for journalists.
Wei Zhu is a program assistant for the SSRC program on Religion and the Public Sphere and an editorial assistant for The Immanent Frame. He graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in Economics and in International Relations.
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Brown University’s Department of Religious Studies has just announced a new fellowship.Read the rest of Postdoctoral Fellowship in International Humanities.
At Foreign Affairs, Karen Barkey looks at Oliver Roy‘s book Holy Ignorance.Read the rest of Faith, modernity and Holy Ignorance.
On November 21st, a Egyptian-sponsored ceasefire between Israel and Hamas took effect, bringing an end to eight days of particularly fierce fighting between the two.Read the rest of Morsi’s moves.
On May 23-24, 2013, the University of Central Lancashire will convene a conference on “Politics, Violence and the Sacred: Exploring René Girard’s thought in Security and International Studies.”Read the rest of Conference on René Girard and international relations.
Several months ago, it seemed religion might be a notable factor in the 2012 presidential election.Read the rest of Religion and the election.
Over at The New Republic, Mark Lilla reviews historian Brad S. Gregory’s latest book, The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society.Read the rest of Mark Lilla reviews The Unintended Reformation.