Berkley Center Research Fellow suggests that Christianity uplifts India’s impoverished women

During Georgetown’s Christianity and Freedom conference held in Rome on Dec. 13-14, Rebecca Shah, a research fellow at the Berkley Center, suggested in a pilot study that Indian Dalit women who have converted to Christianity enjoy a higher standard… Read More

A panel discussion on “Millennials, Values, and America’s Future”

[Editor’s note: this is a sponsored post.] What is distinctive about Millennials? How do their personal and public values differ from those of previous generations? How will they shape the 2012 election and America’s future? On Thursday, the Berkley… Read More

Knights of Columbus panel offers conservative Catholic response to contraception mandate

Last night, Georgetown’s Knights of Columbus held a symposium on “Religious Freedom and Healthcare.” The program included a set of conservative religious, political, and legal figures discussing the Obama administration’s recent decisions on the religious conscience exception to… Read More

Striking the Balance: panel debates the morality of Georgetown’s relationship with China

Last night, the Lecture Fund and the International Relations Club hosted a spirited discussion entitled “Striking the Balance: How Should American Universities Engage the Chinese Government?” Provoked by a recent Voice feature (Full Disclosure: Perry is the author of this feature) that… Read More

President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge launches at Georgetown

The kickoff symposium luncheon for the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge took place today at 12:00 p.m. in Copley Formal Lounge, officially announcing and recognizing Georgetown as one of 278 universities nationwide that has heeded to… Read More

Templeton Foundation donates $2 million to Berkley Center

Last week, the University announced the creation of a “religious freedom project” within the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs. The project, which was funded by a $2 million grant from the Templeton Foundation, will be… Read More

Georgetown professors host new “Faith Complex” series with the Washington Post

The summer got you hankering for some Georgetown education? Luckily for you, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs and the Program for Jewish Civilization have just started producing a new series, “Faith Complex,” about religion,… Read More