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The CSRC and Vanderbilt Divinity School presented the annual Howard Harrod Lecture, Healing Ecology: A New Spiritual Perspective on the Challenge of Consumerism, featuring David Loy, Besl Family Professor of Ethics, Religion and Society at Xavier University.
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The Politics of Faith in America: On Tuesday, March 27, Ray Suarez gave the 2007 CSRC Spring Lecture on Religion and Culture and the 2007 Vanderbilt University Divinity School Howard L. Harrod lecture. Suarez has been a Senior Correspondent on The NewsHour since 1999. His latest book, The Holy Vote: The Politics of Faith in America was published in August 2006. The lecture was held at 7 p.m. in Benton Chapel. A reception followed. Link to podcast.
In America, All Religions are True: Implications of the New Pluralism for Democarcy: The 2006 Annual Spring Lecture featured Robert Wuthnow, Director of the Center for the Study of Religion (CSR) at Princeton University, discussing dmocracy and pluralism on March 23, 2006 at 7:30 p.m. in Benton Chapel (pdf). Robert Wuthnow was featured in the Vanderbilt Register. Link to podcast.
Dark Vibrations: Ecofeminism and the Democracy of Creation: Dr. Catherine Keller gave the CSRC Annual Spring Lecture on April 7th, 2005 (pdf). Her lecture was co-sponsored by Vanderbil Divinity School as the 2005 Howard L. Harrod Lecture (pdf).
On the Rise of Global Religious Violence: Mark
Juergensmeyer gave the 2004
CSRC Spring Lecture on
Thursday, April 15, 2004.
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