27 April 2021
2020-2021 students describe and share their experience as Interfaith Fellows.
Interdisciplinary Religion Group
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Political Theology, Theological Profiling, and High School Kids
1 Dec 2021
Survival: A Theological-Political Genealogy
10 Feb 2021
Science, Religion, and the Protestant Tradition: Retracing the Origins of Conflict
10 Mar 2021
Reinventing Protestant Germany: Religion, Nation, and Democracy after Nazism
14 April 2021
Political Night Prayer and the Politicization of Religion in West Germany
23 Sept 2020
Spiritual Socialists: Religion and the American Left
21 Oct 2020
Shifting Frontiers: Pilgrims, Protestants, & Revolutionaries in 18th-Century Europe
2 Dec 2020
Feb 26, 2020
Monks, Ministers, and Virtuous Kings
April 29, 2020
For more information about the Interfaith Fellows Program, please click here.
Background & Identity | 29 September 2020
Tell us about religion in your family or community growing up. How do you negotiate your relationship with the community(ies) you were raised in? — Where do you find identity and belonging, religious or otherwise?
Influence | 6 October 2020
Tell us about the people, experiences, or things that have been most influential in your life as regards to your worldview, values, religious or spiritual development. Are there role models, media (books, movies, etc.), friendships, or experiences that have been particularly formative?
Values | 13 October 2020
Tell us about your core values or convictions. What’s essential for you? How are these connected to your worldview, religion, or spiritual practice? Where do they come from? And how do you live out and practice those values (however imperfectly)? Are there any values you strongly reject?
Campus | 20 October 2020
Tell us about your experience with religion, worldview exploration, or interreligious dialogue on campus. Have you found space to practice your tradition? Any experiences of prejudice? Meaningful engagements with others with different beliefs? — What is campus climate like in regards to religion? What would you like the climate to be like?