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CTI Members attend Colloquium on Violence and Religion in Austria
A recent meeting of the Colloquium on Violence and Religion at the University of Innsbruck brought together three recent CTI Members, Wolfgang Palaver (University of Innsbruck) and Joel Hodge (Australian Catholic University) from the CTI Workshop on Religion & Violence, and Marcia Pally (New York University) from the upcoming workshop on Religion & Economic Inequality. More information on the meeting is available here.
CTI Member Etin Anwar discusses Islamic Studies, religion and violence on Theology Matters Podcast
CTI Member Etin Anwar is a scholar of Islamic Studies based at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York. In this episode of the Theology Matters podcast, Etin discusses her work on religion and violence, and the impact of CTI's research workshop on her project.
Spring Books from CTI Members
Mobile Seminar at Princeton University Art Museum Connects CTI Projects on Migration with Religion & Violence
Members in the Spring Research Workshop on Religion & Violence took part in a Mobile Seminar at the Princeton University Art Museum. Leading the Mobile Seminar was Juliana Ochs Dweck, the Andrew W. Mellon Curator of Academic Engagement at the museum. Focused on the exhibit, “Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migrants to the United States,” the seminar connected CTI’s research on migration with the current workshop on religion and violence, both part of a five-year Inquiry on Global Concerns.
THE DIRECTOR IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS OF THE CENTER’S RESEARCH WORKSHOP ON RELIGION & economic inequality FOR THE 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR:
Robert Gascoigne, Professor of Theology Emeritus, Australian Catholic University, Australia
Claudia Hoffmann, Assistant/Post-Doctoral Researcher, Faculty of Theology, University of Basel, Switzerland
Zhenshuai Jiang, Lecturer in Hebrew Bible and Early Judaism, Shandong University, China
Nico Koopman, Vice Rector and Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Manitza Kotzé, Senior Lecturer of Bioethics, North-West University, South Africa
Paul Oslington, Professor of Economics, Alphacrucis College, Australia
Marcia Pally, Professor, New York University, United States, Guest Professor, Faculty of Theology, Humboldt University-Berlin, Germany
Michael Roy, Professor of Economic Sociology and Social Policy, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom
Devin Singh, Assistant Professor of Religion, Dartmouth College, United States
Leslie Wingard, Associate Professor of English, College of Wooster, United States
Simon Yin, Professor of Economics and Religion, Hefei University of Technology, China