Iconography, idolatry and nationalism are just a few of the stages that Tanisha Ramachandran used to describe the evolution of Hindu imagery.
The Interfaith Lecture podium is normally a platform for outside perspectives, but today audiences will hear an insider’s view of
Barack Obama’s entire presidency has a soundtrack, according to Joshua DuBois, the former head of the Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships for the executive office.
Most discourse on Islam today revolves around politics, but Omid Safi is trying to bring love back into the conversation.
A man with an elephant’s head; a woman with several pairs of arms; a blue-skinned cowherd playing a flute. These
If one were to imagine a Venn diagram of arts, politics and religion, Ori Soltes’ entire Interfaith Lecture would lay in the three circles’ shared space.
Time magazine has called him President Barack Obama’s “pastor-in-chief,” but Joshua DuBois is not coming to Chautauqua Institution to preach.
When Omid Safi talks about justice in American Islam, the word he hopes audiences will think of is love. “In
While every lecture at Chautauqua Institution brings something new, Interfaith Lecturer Michael Eric Dyson is the first — to rap while at the lectern.
Art, politics and religion might seem to be disparate subjects, but according to Ori Z. Soltes, each provides insight and