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Fremont, USA. Screening in Kansas City, MO

On November 11, Fremont, U.S.A. was screened at the Plaza Library in Kansas City, Missouri. The event, part of the Cultural Conversations series, included a discussion relating the film to religious diversity in Kansas City. 

Pluralism Project Co-Hosts Advanced Screening of He Named Me Malala

On Wednesday, September 16, 2015, the Pluralism Project co-hosted with the Boston Globe’s Globe Docs and the Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University an advanced screening of “He Named Me Malala,” a documentary about the life and work of Pakistani teenager and children’s education advocate Malala Yousafzai.

Pluralism Project Senior Staff Participate in Dialogue Beyond Dialogue Conference

Pluralism Project Research Director Ellie Pierce and Assistant Director Whittney Barth participated in the Dialogue Beyond Dialogue conference in Vienna, Austria, hosted by the KAICIID Dialogue Centre. Pierce presented on the development of the Pluralism Project’s Case Study Initiative. Barth served as a discussant for a panel on interdisciplinary concepts of peace.

Diana Eck Delivers 10th Annual Bullock Lecture at Merrimack College

On Wednesday, April 15th, Prof. Diana Eck, Director of The Pluralism Project at Harvard University, delivered the 10th annual Rev. Robert W. Bullock Memorial Lecture at Merrimack College. Her talk was entitled “Religionlines and Colorlines: Religion and Race in Multireligious America.”

Pluralism Project Hosts Joint Reception at 2014 AAR Annual Meeting in San Diego

The Pluralism Project and the KAICIID Dialogue Centre co-hosted a reception at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion in San Diego. Over 75 scholars, educators, graduate students, and community members gathered to learn more about both the Pluralism Project and the KAICIID Dialogue Centre as well as to share professional updates.

Case Study Workshop at the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting

Pluralism Project Director Diana Eck, Senior Research Associate Brendan Randall, and Assistant Director Whittney Barth co-led a two-hour workshop for thirty-five scholars, educators, and activists on the case method and its application to religious studies and interfaith/interreligious relations.