Author Archives: Ryan Overbey

Episode 1: Religion and the Workplace

In Episode 1 Pluralism Project Research Associates Rachel Foran and Usra Ghazi discuss encounters of religion in the workplace. The first segment features an OCG audio essay on the Five Ks in Sikhism. In the second segment, Harpreet Singh, fellow … Continue reading

Episode 2: Religion in Public Schools

In Episode 2 Pluralism Project Research Associates Rachel Foran and Usra Ghazi discuss encounters of religion in public schools. The first segment features OCG audio essays on the Muslim holiday Eid al-Adha and the Hindu practice of bhakti. In the … Continue reading

Episode 3: Religion in Healthcare

In Episode 3 Pluralism Project Research Associates Rachel Foran and Usra Ghazi discuss encounters of religion in healthcare. The first segment, presented by Cody Musselman, features OCG audio essays on Humanism as a belief system and Humanism in America today. … Continue reading

Episode 4: Humanists in Interfaith

In Episode 4 Pluralism Project Research Associate Cody Musselman discusses Humanists and interfaith engagement with Wendy Webber of the Yale Humanist Community and Humanist Celebrant Esther Boyd of Johns Hopkins University. The first segment, presented by Pluralism Project Research Associate … Continue reading

Episode 5: Religious Diversity in American Prisons

In Episode 5, Part I Pluralism Project Research Associates Cody Musselman and Maggie Krueger discusses religion in prisons with Dr. Kaia Stern of Harvard University’s Prison Studies Project and Harvard Divinity School student Amanda Napior. The first segment, presented by … Continue reading

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Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! The following is a gallery using the Flickr Photostream plugin: And another: The following is a gallery using the Photonic plugin: While Flickr Photostream seems … Continue reading

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