Session 3: Religion in Mexican Politics, Migration, and Mexican American Communities, 1920-2020
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Session 3: Religion in Mexican Politics, Migration, and Mexican American Communities, 1920-2020

– Welcome back, my name is Matthew Carnes. I’m an associate professor over at Georgetown University in our government department and I have the pleasure of directing our Center for Latin America studies. And I was thrilled when John asked me to moderate this panel. As you know throughout the …

Theology Without Borders – Peter C. Phan and Debates within Contemporary Catholicism
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Theology Without Borders – Peter C. Phan and Debates within Contemporary Catholicism

– So our first presenter, so our presenters have been given another five minutes. And we’ll be a little lenient and then we’ll, hopefully we’ll preserve 30 minutes for Q and A as we did the last time. Our first presenter probably needs no introduction but I have one here. …

Race, War, and Liberation Theology in Southern Sudan, 1955-1972
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Race, War, and Liberation Theology in Southern Sudan, 1955-1972

Good afternoon, friends. I am Terrence Johnson, director of the graduate studies, program of theology, and associate professor of religion and government. And on behalf of the Berkley Center, the Graduate Program of Theology and Religious Studies, and the African Studies Program, welcome to Georgetown University and the Berkley Center. …

Theology Without Borders – Assessing the Legacy of Peter Phan
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Theology Without Borders – Assessing the Legacy of Peter Phan

– Welcome to our penultimate session of the Ideography of Peter Phan. This is gonna be the most hagiographical session of all, I suspect, except for when Peter talks himself. We have three wonderful speakers who have all known and worked with Peter for many years. And they’re going to …

Theology Without Borders – World Christianities: the Emergence of a Truly Global Church
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Theology Without Borders – World Christianities: the Emergence of a Truly Global Church

– Good morning, everyone. I think we’re gonna get started. I’m Brian Flanagan, I’m a Professor of Theology at Marymount University. The rule at Marymount is you have to have the first name Brian in order to teach there. (audience laughing) and I’m very honored to be moderating our panel …

Theology Without Borders – Matters of Life and Death: Social Thought and Eschatology
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Theology Without Borders – Matters of Life and Death: Social Thought and Eschatology

(background chatting) – Good morning ladies and gentlemen. – Good morning. – Thank you for coming on this rainy day. We have competition a few yards up the hill with Hillary Clinton and Healy Hall. So, I’m Julia Lamm and I am in the Theology Department here at Georgetown University. …

Here I Stand: Conscience, Reformation, and Religious Freedom Across the Centuries Panel 2
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Here I Stand: Conscience, Reformation, and Religious Freedom Across the Centuries Panel 2

Let me say a couple of things before we begin. First I do want to acknowledge— which I should have acknowledged before— that we have two co-sponsors for our conference today. One is our longtime institutional strategic partner Baylor University, and I’m delighted that Tom Hibbs, Dean of the Baylor …

The G20 Interfaith Forum in Buenos Aires: Religious Perspectives for the 2018 Global Agenda
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The G20 Interfaith Forum in Buenos Aires: Religious Perspectives for the 2018 Global Agenda

– I am Katherine Marshall, welcome to the Berkley Center. Berkley Center, despite the location is a part of Georgetown University, 12 years old. It reports directly to the president of the university and is a very multi-disciplinary organization. Also, welcome to the World Faiths Development Dialogue, which is a …

How to Take Religion Seriously in World Politics: Can Religious Studies Help?
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How to Take Religion Seriously in World Politics: Can Religious Studies Help?

I have looked at the way that Islam becomes politicized and Islam, unfortunately, the case in point, of the limit of the scholarship of political science and religion. Most of the time my colleagues look at the text. What did this Muslim leader had written about jihad or about democracy …

Religion, Secularism and Democracy in Duterte’s Philippines
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Religion, Secularism and Democracy in Duterte’s Philippines

Good afternoon, everyone. Can I convince a couple of people to move down this way? There’ll be great rewards for those, (audience laughing) I won’t say where, but there will be great rewards, thank you. So welcome, everyone, my name is Shaun Casey, I’m the director of the Berkley Center …