Interfaith

2014 Jun 15

Diana Eck and Catherine Cornille Co-Led Seminar on Teaching Interfaith Understanding

Sun Jun 15 (All day) to Thu Jun 19 (All day)

Professor Diana Eck, Director of the Pluralism Project, and Professor Catherine Cornille, Chair of the Theology Department at Boston College, co-led a four-day seminar on teaching interfaith understanding. The seminar, which was organized by the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) and the Council for Independent Colleges, took place at Lesley University with site visits to local religious communities and, a welcome dinner hosted at the Pluralism Project.
2014 Jun 01

Senior Research Associate Presents at ELCA Colleges Conference

Sun Jun 1 (All day) to Tue Jun 3 (All day)

Rock Island, Illinois

Augustana College

Senior Research Associate Brendan Randall represented the Pluralism Project at the 2014 Interfaith Understanding Conference for ELCA Colleges and Universities where he introduced participates to the Pluralism Project's America's Interfaith Infrastructure pilot study. The conference took place in early June at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois.

2014 Aug 10

Pluralism Project Research Associate at NAIN Connect 2014

Sun Aug 10 (All day) to Wed Aug 13 (All day)

Location: 

Detroit, MI, USA
Pluralism Project Research Associate Cody Musselman attended the 2014 North American Interfaith Network Connect conference in Detroit, MI. Cody was the recipient of a NAIN young adult scholarship. Read Cody's report from NAIN Connect 2014.
2014 Jul 28

Pluralism Project at the "Religious Worlds of New York" Seminar

(All day)

Assistant Director Whittney Barth led a case study discussion for schoolteachers during the “Religious Worlds of New York,” a National Endowment for the Humanities summer seminar co-sponsored by the Interfaith Center of New York and Union Theological Seminary. The group discussed “Adding Eid,” a case whose protagonist, a school superintendent, must determine his options when considering whether to add Eid to the public school calendar.  

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