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Heather Miller Rubens, Ph.D.

  • Interreligious Dialogue in History & Practice
  • Roman Catholicism & Interreligious Relations
  • Jewish-Christian Relations
  • Religion, Law, & the Courts
  • Religion in the Public Square
  • Women & Interreligious Leadership

Interview Heather Miller Rubens

Zeyneb Sayilgan, Ph.D.

  • Islamic Theology and Spirituality
  • Islam in Europe
  • Women in Islam
  • Christian-Muslim Relations
  • Religion and Migration

Interview Zeyneb Sayilgan

Fatimah Fanusie, Ph.D

  • Islamic Development in America up to 1965
  • African American Islam
  • African American Religion and the Long Civil Rights Movement

Interview Fatimah Fanusie

 

Alisha Tatem, Th.D.

  • Chaplaincy and Interreligious Encounter
  • Interreligious Engagement in Congregations
  • Interreligious Leadership Development in Congregations
  • Women, Healing, and Dance in African American Christianity
  • Mental Health, Identity, Religious Dance in African American Churches
  • Spiritual Care in Community

Interview Alisha Tatem

Benjamin E. Sax, Ph.D.

  • Philosoph(ies) of Dialogue
  • Modern Jewish Thought
  • Jewish History and Culture
  • Jewish-Christian Relations
  • Interreligious Dialogue
  • Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Interview Benjamin Sax

Matthew D. Taylor, Ph.D.

  • Muslim-Christian Relations
  • Evangelicalism and Pentecostalism
  • Salafism in the U.S.
  • Christian Nationalism
  • Interreligious Encounter

Interview Matthew Taylor

Christine Gallagher

  • Interreligious Encounter in the Classroom
  • Role of Interreligious Leadership in Educational Settings
  • Religious Literacy Professional Development 
  • Interreligious Perspectives and Pedagogy 
  • Mission-based Institutional Reflection 

Interview Christine Gallagher

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ICJS in the News

WYPR/On the Record: What do Muslims think? The 2022 American Muslim Poll.  Interview with Dalia Mogahed in advance of the Manekin-Clark Lecture.


Newsweek: Pentecostal leaders disavow Christian nationalism in stark statement ICJS Protestant scholar Matthew D. Taylor quoted prominently.


Baltimore Sun: Christian nationalism helped fuel Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol; what’s next?  Op-ed by ICJS Protestant Scholar Matthew D. Taylor.


Cleveland Plain Dealer: The often-overlooked but dangerous role Christian nationalists played on Jan. 6 Quotes from a Matt Taylor op-ed. Also featured in the Pennsylvania Capital-Star.


The Baltimore Sun: Our hopes for Baltimore in the new year Article featuring reflections by ICJS Justice Leader Fellows on their wishes for Baltimore in the year ahead and how they plan to remain hopeful.


The CityLit Project: Becoming American
Interview with ICJS Muslim scholar Zeyneb Sayilgan on her immigrant journey to the U.S. as a Muslim born & raised in Germany to Kurdish parents from Turkey.


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