Elizabeth Harris of the New York Times recently discussed how civic engagement and protest are spreading to the next generations of citizens. Erik Owens, interim director of the Boisi Center, will discuss civilty, public action, and shifting ideals of citizenship on April 11.
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Fall 2017 Events
What’s Wrong with the New Genealogy of Religious Freedom? Or, Why Religious Freedom Does Not Have To Be Impossible, Ideological, Oppressive, and Systemically-Biased (Even if It Sometimes Is)
David Decosimo, Boston University
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Boisi Center • 12 pm
Educating for Modern Democracy
November 7-10, 2017
Featuring plenary sessions with Charles Taylor, José Casanova, Charles Mathewes, David Campbell, George Yancy, Eduardo Mendieta, Seyla Benhabib, and Candace Vogler.
More info and registration link to be released soon.
Co-sponsored with Philosophy Department and organized in collaboration with the World Conference of Catholic University Institutions of Philosophy.
International Summit of Centers on Religion and Public Life
Thursday, November 16, 2017
By invitation only
The Boisi Center fosters conversations that seek to clarify the moral consequences of public policies in ways that help to maintain the common good while respecting America's increasing religious diversity. More about the Boisi Center's mission...
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