Alexie Torres-Fleming grew up in the South Bronx, and she left to pursue a career. She returned after realizing her
Between the 1970s and 1995, the East Lake neighborhood in Atlanta was home to the East Lake Meadows housing project,
In one 24-hour period in mid-July, 10 people overdosed on heroin in Buffalo. In March, $3.5 million worth of heroin,
Though the preservation and sharing of sacred space might seem to be the task of those who run churches, synagogues or mosques, Jodi Magness is responsible for the conservation of spaces and objects that were considered sacred millennia ago.
After 20 years in Haifa, Israel, Albert Lincoln sees the West as disconnected from the rest of the world —
When Daniel Ferguson and the production crews of the IMAX films “Journey To Mecca” and “Jerusalem” began filming, they were
When your home is the Holy Land, sharing sacred space becomes a day-to-day issue, and it often becomes a bloody
The conflicts in the Middle East are thousands of miles away, but Izzeldin Abuelaish thinks North Americans need to take
In Europe today, Christianity is dwindling in the Western half of the continent while it thrives in the East. The explanation of this trend has to do with the repression of religion under the Soviet Union, the Rev. Michael Dahulich said.
To comprehend the religious trajectory of Europe throughout history, David N. Hempton would suggest a walk through an art museum, as he did at the Fogg Art Museum on Harvard University’s campus.