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Welcome! Use this portal to browse audio, video, recaps, remarks, and interviews related to Boisi Center programs.


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Boisi Center Resource Highlights

The Wall Street Journal reports that religious-discrimination claims against employers are on the rise, attributing the reason to immigration and a more open discussion of religion, among other things. On November 13, the Boisi Center hosted Religious Diversity and the Common Good, a day-long conference that examined the benefits and tensions that arise in an increasingly diverse polity.


Religion and the Liberal Aims of Higher Education

In November 2012, educational and religious leaders convened at Boston College for a sesquicentennial conference to discuss the dynamics of religion in liberal education.  Click here for audio, video, photographs, and transcripts from the conference. 


Poverty and American National Priorities

The Boisi Center hosted a panel on poverty in America on February 26, 2013.  Panelists included Eric Gregory (Princeton University), Susan Crawford Sullivan (The College of the Holy Cross), and William Julius Wilson (Harvard University). Visit event page to find resources.

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11th Annual Prophetic Voices Lecture

View photos and read the interview from the March 2012 Prophetic Voices lecture entitled "Religious Exclusivism and Pluralism as a Political Project." Miroslav Volf, Professor of Systematic Theology at Yale Divinity School, delivered the talk.

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Islam and Democracy in Turkey

On March 16, 2012, the Boisi Center co-hosted a major conference entitled "Islam and Democracy: A Closer Look at the Turkish Model." Listen to the audio, watch video, and read handouts from the event.



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