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On February 15, Pluralism Project Research Director Elinor Pierce led a screening of the film Fremont, USA: A City’s Encounter with Religious Diversity. The screening was organized for Dr. Dana Janbek’s “Intercultural Communication” courses at Lasell College and was open to the entire college. Following the screening, Ellie led a Q&A session with audience members, responding to questions at the intersection of religion and communication, and relating the film’s core issues to the context of Greater Boston.
These and other, more-sophisticated questions about the meeting of the distinctive cultures, traditions and practices of Judaism and Buddhism are being asked by two members of the Sociology faculty, Associate Professor Wendy Cadge and Assistant Professor Sara Shostak, in research they began...
About 300 volunteers from area universities, immigrant-aid organizations and community activists fanned out from the Brandeis campus to a wide range of public service projects in celebration of Martin Luther King Day.
It may be mid-January, but I'm still thinking of Christmas.
The week between Christmas and New Year's Eve just might be my favorite of the year. It is the one time that my entire family gets together. We spend several days eating our favorite foods, catching up and...
Now that Cambridge Public Schools have added the Muslim holiday of Eid to their calendar of official school holidays, a nationally known Hindu leader is calling for recognition of his faith's most important holy day.
"Cambridge is very diverse," said Rajan Zed. "Religion is much more than one person's belief."