"It's Not All About Islam: Misreading Secular Politics in the Middle East", by Stacey Gutkowski - CEDAR-Communities Engaging with Difference and Religion
This post is part of the CEDAR’s partnership with the UK’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), George Washington University, and the University of Exeter in organizing a two-part conference on Islam, Secularism and Security in Central Asia and Beyond, part of a British Council USA Bridging Voices dialogue. 8220;What Does the Halimov Defection Tell Us About Tajikistan? 8221;, by John Heathershaw. Learn more about how CEDAR is engaging the world in our forum on difference.
Mission & Vision - CEDAR-Communities Engaging with Difference and Religion
8220;After sitting, meeting, eating . . . and travelling with the other, I could no longer demonize them.”. Globalization has reframed the boundaries of our world. If we are to share this world peaceably, we must parse our differences and assert our identities in new ways. We must complement our new social boundaries with new human capacities. Only by learning how to live together differently can we live together at all. CEDAR is an ongoing, practical experiment in this endeavor. Join Our Mailing List.