Resilient Democracy in the Anthropocene

Resilient Democracy in the Anthropocene

Michael S. Hogue (PhD ’05) offers the next contribution to our issue on Enhancing Life with his essay, “Resilient Democracy in the Anthropocene.” Hogue’s work in the Enhancing Life Project has been organized around two types of questions,...
On difficulties and (de-)formation: Modest reflections (questions, really) on the potential uses of theology and theory for religious practice (and vice versa) in light of and after #Charlottesville

On difficulties and (de-)formation: Modest reflections (questions, really) on the potential uses of theology and theory for religious practice (and vice versa) in light of and after #Charlottesville

The third post in our October issue of the Forum comes from Brandy Daniels (University of Virginia), a religious leader and scholar who participated alongside other clergy and religious leaders in the Charlottesville counter-protests. In this essay, Daniels considers...
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