The American political scene today is poisonously divided. Why do a vast majority of white evangelicals play a powerful role in the disunion?
Apr 6 2021 |
What are the variety and vitality of lives like in a country where religion is often tightly controlled?
Mar 18 2021 |
A film screening and conversation to explore decades of religious polarization, propaganda, corporate deal-making, and environmental injustice.
Mar 4 2021 |
The sounds of gospel swell through the films of Micah Ariel Watson (UVA '18). Join the filmmaker and UVA's Ashon Crawley for a screening and conversation.
Feb 24 2021 |
What is the relationship between religion and protest in Hong Kong?
Feb 10 2021 |
A short film exploring how potent forces came together to mount an army of climate change skeptics in the name of God, country and capitalism.
Oct 21 2020 - Oct 25 |
Virginia Film Festival
What role will religion play in the most important presidential election in generations?
Oct 12 2020 |
How can we reframe the conversation about migration at the U.S.-Mexico border to give immigrants a voice?
Sep 22 2020 |
A conference that explores pressing questions about antisemitism's relationship to other forms of discrimination and the law's ability to stop hatred.
Sep 10 2020 |
David Luban and Nomi Stolzenberg offer critical perspectives drawing on American constitutional and international law.