A chronological selection of publications generated from work done by staff and visiting fellows at the Boisi Center since 2000.
From time to time the Boisi Center hosts major conferences whose papers are collected into a published volume. A 2007 conference has produced Gambling: Mapping the American Moral Landscape (Baylor Press, summer 2009; Alan Wolfe and Erik Owens, eds.); a 2001 conference yielded the book School Choice: The Moral Debate (Princeton University Press, 2003; Alan Wolfe, ed.).
Published in December and May, The Boisi Center Report recaps the Center's events and the staff's activities during the previous academic semester. We invite you to sign up for the mailing list to receive print copies of the newsletter or read the most recent edition online. A full archive of previous newsletters is available here as well.
After hosting month-long seminars in 2002 and 2003 for Muslim scholars from seventeen different nations, we at the Boisi Center recognized a need for a short primer about religion in America that was introductory without being simplistic, focused without being myopic. The Boisi Center Papers on Religion in the United States are intended to meet this need with four papers on religious pluralism, the separation of church and state, the basic principles of Christianity, and the different forms Christian religious practice take in this country.