Pluralism Project at 25: Diversity and Inclusion in the American Crucible

September 21-23, 2016 | Harvard University

This year marks the Pluralism Project’s 25th anniversary. We commemorated this anniversary with a conference, Pluralism Project @ 25: Diversity and Inclusion in the American Crucible, hosted by Harvard Professor and Project Director Diana Eck.

Click here  for a PDF of the conference schedule. You will find panel descriptions and links below, but here is a shortcut to the videos of each panel or event.

Conference Videos:
Challenges of Diversity and Inclusion
El Hibri Foundation Keynote Dialogue with Imam Latif and Rabbi Sarna
The Campus Crucible
Pluralism and the Practice of Peacebuilding
Speaking the Sikh Experience
El Hibri Foundation Panel on Islamophobia in the Age of Interfaith

Wednesday, September 21st

  • Welcome Reception at Photo Exhibit and Student Panel, Harvard: From Diversity to Pluralism (6-7:30 pm, CGIS Knafel North Building, Fisher Family Commons, 1737 Cambridge St.)

Thursday, September 22nd


Friday, September 23rd

We have put together meaningful programming from key players in the world of interfaith, pluralism, and inclusion. Many of our panelists and attendees are alumni of our programs and internships, and they are now leaders and innovators in the field.

All events are free, but require registration so that we can ensure there is enough space. You are welcome to attend one, some, or all of the panels and events.

 

This conference was made possible by generous funding from the following departments and foundations: Harvard Divinity School; Harvard University’s Provostial Fund for the Arts and Humanities;Anne and Jim Rothenberg Fund for Humanities Research; Gerald and Karen A. Kolschowsky Foundation; El Hibri Foundation; Arthur Vining Davis Foundations; and the Global Institute for Sikh Studies, New York