6 News Items Tagged 'Moral Worlds and Religious Subjectivities Series'

Ethics of Bewilderment
05.18.2009 Video

This lecture was the culminating address in the year-long CSWR series "Moral Worlds and Religious Subjectivities".

Religious Reason and Secular Affect: An Incommensurable Divide?
04.21.2009 Audio

A presentation by Saba Mahmood, Associate Professor, Social Cultural Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.

Virtue as Mastery in Early Confucianism
02.26.2009 Audio

A presentation by Aaron Stalnaker, Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies, Indiana University. Response offered by Elizabeth Bucar, University of North Carolina, Greensboro.

Violence and Morality: The Concession of Loss in a Ghanaian Fishing Village
12.01.2008 Audio

A presentation by Hans Lucht, Danish journalist, novelist, and anthropologist at the University of Copenhagen. Response offered by Simeon Ilesanmi, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Wake...

Story, Performance, and Everyday Routines: Imagination & the Fashioning of the Ethical Subject
11.05.2008 Audio

A presentation by Leela Prasad, Associate Professor of Ethics and Indian Religions, Department of Religion, Duke University. This event was part of the 2008-09 "Moral Worlds and Religious...

Moral Worlds and Religious Subjectivities: Setting the Stage
09.25.2008 Audio

This event kicked off the 2008-09 "Moral Worlds and Religious Subjectivities" programming series