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In the Synagogue and Online, American Congregations Respond to COVID-19, Julie Hannah Levey, UG '24 (D94B6FBD)

Since the founding of the first Jewish congregation in North America in 1654, American synagogues have evolved substantially, often in parallel with changes occurring across the country. When the…

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ENT EGR 219 (4.16.24)

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Free Exercise: America's Story of Religious Liberty - Post-Screening Discussion

On February 14, 2024, the James Madison Program hosted a documentary screening of the Peregrine Institute's "Free Exercise: America's Story of Religious Liberty," followed by a…

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James Madison Program: Discussion "Free Exercise: America's Story of Religious Liberty"

Screening of the Peregrine Institute's documentary, "Free Exercise: America's Story of Religious Liberty" featuring Richard Brookhiser, Robert George, and other scholars of…

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A Book of Psalms from Princeton Library

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Danforth Lecture - Jacqueline Stone (11.30.23)

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Liberalism and the Christian Origins of Tolerance with Jed Atkins

On November 13, 2023, the James Madison Program hosted a lecture at Princeton University with Jed Atkins, titled, "Liberalism and the Christian Origins of Tolerance." Tolerance is usually…

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Sinews of the Soul: Comparing Christian Baptism and Indigenous Adoption

For all of the real and important contrasts between them, the Indigenous peoples and French Catholic colonists who encountered one another in 17th-century New France were both convinced that…

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The Sex Obsession: Religion and the Public Conversation with Janet Jakobsen

Religion is a force to be reckoned with in political debates over sex, but Janet Jakobsen decisively breaks with the common sense that religion and sex are the fixed binary of American political…

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Disability, Embodiment, and the Limits of Knowledge: Religion and the Public Conversation with Sarah Imhoff

Sarah Imhoff is Professor of Religious Studies and the Borns Jewish Studies Program at Indiana University Bloomington. She is the author most recently of The Lives of Jessie Sampter: Queer, Disabled,…

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Righting the American Dream with Diane Winston and Rachel Brown-Weinstock

A conversation with Diane Winston, author of Righting the American Dream: How the Media Mainstreamed Reagan's Evangelical Vision, a provocative new history of how the news media facilitated the…

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Mellon Forum- 'Faith Shines Equal'

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Giuffra Conference - The Founders on Religious Liberty and Church-State Relations

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Undergoing, Healing From, and Treating Trauma: The Experience Of Being Both a Holocaust Survivor and a Mental Health Professional, Julie Hannah Levey, UG '24 (2268875)

Man’s Search for Meaning, by Dr. Viktor Frankl, and The Choice: Embrace the Possible, by Dr. Edith Eva Eger are two Holocaust testimony narratives written by mental health professionals. While…

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Theravada Buddhist Responses to Colonialism and their Modern Implications: Yin-Cheng Lecture by Kate Crosby (4.3.23)

Lecture by Kate Crosby, Response by Alicia Turner Abstract: The warfare, disease and disruption to the status quo that came with European colonialism to the countries of Theravada Buddhism seemed to…

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Black Girls Fly: Ruminations on Religion, Race, and Technologies with LeRhonda Manigault-Bryant (4.10.23)

LeRhonda Manigault-Bryant is Professor of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies at the University of North Carolina, where she serves as the Director of the Sonja Haynes Stone Director for…

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