On February 24-25th, a convening of Religion and Public Life and the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University will bring together a small group of scholars and activists to assess the normative frameworks that shape how U.S. foreign policy thinks about the role of religion in world affairs. Shifting the conversation beyond conventional paradigms –such as religious freedom or the relationship between religion and violence – this initiative seeks to generate pathways of collaboration between scholars and practitioners as they navigate intersections of U.S. domestic politics around religion and the role of religion in US foreign policy. Workshop participants will consider how to respond to a present-day social landscape reeling from the effects of white supremacy and climate crises.
- Civilizationism and the Ideological Contestation of the Liberal International Order
- Ideological Religion in World Politics
- Invited Talk: New Approaches to Religion in U.S. Foreign Policy: The Domestic-External Nexus. Harvard Divinity School, February 24-25, 2022
- Finding Faith in Foreign Policy (The Duck of Minerva)
- Finding faith in foreign policy: religion and American diplomacy in a postsecular world
- Religion and US Foreign Policy: Epistemic Communities, Regimes, and Interests
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