Berkley Center Annual Report 2006-2007
This report outlines the activities of the Berkley Center during its inaugural year. The center welcomed its first visiting professor, Katherine Marshall, an expert on religion and global development, and two postdoctoral fellows, Elizabeth Bucar and Tulasi Srinivas. Other milestones in 2006 and 20–07 included the publication of a book, Democracy and the New Religious Pluralism; the first Berkley Center Lectures with Tariq Ramadan; a conference on religion and human rights; and three symposia in collaboration with the SFS/Luce Program on Religion and International Affairs addressing— evangelicals and foreign policy, faith-inspired organizations and global development policy, and religion, migration, and foreign policy. The year also saw the inauguration of the Undergraduate Fellows Program and the Junior Year Abroad Network, a partnership with the Washington Post/Newsweek On Faith website, and the first in a series of online databases on religion and world affairs.
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Unknown author (2007-12-01)In December 2007, an initial cohort of participants in the Berkley Center's Junior Year Abroad Network (JYAN) presented reflections on their time spent living and studying around the world, which are summarized in this ...