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  • 381. Meetings & Events

    Burundi (Paper)

    Date December 15th 2008

  • 382. Meetings & Events

    Democratic Republic of Congo (New York)

    Date December 12th 2008

  • 383. Meetings & Events

    Religious Counterpublics

    This workshop brings together leading scholars in order to ask to what extent developments in a variety of religious traditions (past and present) can fruitfully be understood as religious counterpublics. The increasing prominence of modern media techniques in religious organizin…

    Date December 12th13th 2008 Location Yale University

  • 384. Meetings & Events

    Southern Africa (New York)

    Date December 10th 2008

  • 385. Meetings & Events

    Meeting at the United States Institute for Peace

    Date December 5th 2008–April 25th 2009

  • 386. Meetings & Events

    Burundi (New York)

    Date November 21st 2008

  • 387. Meetings & Events

    Minerva Research Initiative Roundtable Discussion

    Scholars from various fields convene to discuss the implicaitons of the Department of Defense-funded Minvera Initiative, which provides grants to social science researh on issues of strategic importance to national security. The goal of the meeting is to identify normative guidel…

    Date October 25th 2008, 9:00am–5:00pm Location Social Science Research Council, New York, NY

  • 388. Meetings & Events

    Religious, Spiritual, Secular: Invidious Distinctions and Ambivalent Attachments

    Scholars and practitioners alike have constantly invoked and constantly confused distinctions among religion, secular, and spiritual life. The proliferation of terms has left social scientists uncertain about how to proceed. Conference participants addressed the interplay betwee…

    Date October 24th25th 2008 Location The Italian Academy, Columbia University

  • 389. Meetings & Events

    "Trip to Mannahatta" with New York Prize Fellow Eric Sanderson

    Eric Sanderson, 2008-2009 VAI-SSRC New Prize Fellow and founder of the Wildlife Conversation Society's Mannahatta Project, leads a walking tour of the Flatiron District as it existed in 1609. Dr. Sanderson’s evocative visual mapping of pre-urban Manhattan – known as “Manna…

    Date October 23rd 2008, 5:30pm–8:00pm Location Van Alen Institute, New York, NY

  • 390. Meetings & Events

    Humanitarianism, Activism, Media, Religion

    Contemporary activist groups saturate our worlds with images and sounds. Seeking solidarity with different movements and publics, some groups use media complexes to generate outrage and others to invoke sympathy; some seeking to minimize religious, national, and regional differen…

    Date October 23rd 2008 Location The Italian Academy, Columbia University