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First Impressions #89: Religion, Science, and Conflict in American Public Life

First Impressions #89: Religion, Science, and Conflict in American Public Life

David M. Krueger August 22, 2016 0

Why do religion and science often appear in conflict in America’s public sphere? The more fundamental divide is between how media elites and ordinary Americans understand what constitutes good debate. Dave Krueger interviews Michael S. Evans about

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A Sociolinguistic History of the Jews – By Sarah Bunin Benor

A Sociolinguistic History of the Jews – By Sarah Bunin Benor

Sarah Bunin Benor February 17, 2015 0

Sarah Bunin Benor on Bernard Spolsky’s The Languages of the Jews Intellectual history. Political history. Cultural history. Economic history. There are so many lenses through which we can analyze the past. All of them have been

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Titus Hjelm

Directions in the Study of Religion: Titus Hjelm

Kristian Petersen January 20, 2015 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Titus Hjelm, Lecturer at University College London, about social constructionism, and his new book Social Constructionisms: Approaches to the Study of the Human World (Palgrave, 2014)

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Conversations in Black: John L. Jackson, Jr.

Conversations in Black: John L. Jackson, Jr.

Monica Miller & Christopher Driscoll December 15, 2014 0

Monica Miller and Christopher Driscoll engage in impolite conversation with John L. Jackson, Jr.   In the first installment in this new series, Conversations in Black, Miller and Driscoll talk to John L. Jackson, Jr.

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Directions in the Study of Religion: Joseph Laycock

Directions in the Study of Religion: Joseph Laycock

Kristian Petersen December 9, 2014 0

Kristian Petersen talks with Joseph Laycock, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Texas State University, about approaching the paranormal within Religious Studies

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