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Law and Religion Alum writes on Hospitality as Model for Interreligious Political Dialogue

Law and Religion Alum writes on Hospitality as Model for Interreligious Political Dialogue

Silas W. Allard (JD/MTS ¿11) recently published an article entitled ¿In the Shade of the Oaks of Mamre: Hospitality as a Framework for Political Engagement between Christians and Muslims¿ in the journal Political Theology.

Law and Religion Alumna Writes on the Media, Xenophobia, and a Post 9/11 United States

Law and Religion Alumna Writes on the Media, Xenophobia, and a Post 9/11 United States

Roslyn M. Satchel (JD/MDiv ¿01) recently co-authored an article entitled, ¿Religion, Race, and the Fourth Estate: Xenophobia in the Media Ten Years after 9/11¿ published in the Spring 2012 issue of The Tennessee Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice. A mass communication PhD candidate at Louisiana State University, Satchel examines the role of the media, often referred to as the ¿Fourth Branch of Government,¿ in fueling stereotypes and capitalizing on fear, as a way to increase ratings and revenue.

Senior Fellow M. Christian Green writes on the effects of "Divorce Culture" on Bystanders

Senior Fellow M. Christian Green writes on the effects of "Divorce Culture" on Bystanders

Senior Fellow M. Christian Green recently published an article entitled ¿`There but for the Grace¿: The Ethics of Bystanders to Divorce¿ in Propositions, a newsletter produced by the Center for Public Conversation of the Institute for American Values.