Institute for Communication and Religion
Reflections on American Politics with Peter Beinart

Reflections on American Politics with Peter Beinart

April 19, 2022

Following up on the ICR conference Communication and Religion in the ’20 Election, Professor Peter Beinart reflects on changes in the American political scene under the Biden administration.  Podcast made possible by a generous grant from the Lilly Fellows Program in the Arts and Humanities.

Reflections on American Politics with Jon Radwan

Reflections on American Politics with Jon Radwan

April 19, 2022

Following up on the ICR conference Communication and Religion in the ’20 Election, Professor Jon Radwan reflects on changes in the American political scene under the Biden administration.  Podcast made possible by a generous grant from the Lilly Fellows Program in the Arts and Humanities.

Reflections on American Politics with Jo Formicola

Reflections on American Politics with Jo Formicola

April 19, 2022

Following up on the ICR conference Communication and Religion in the ’20 Election, Professor Jo Formicola reflects on changes in the American political scene under the Biden administration.  Podcast made possible by a generous grant from the Lilly Fellows Program in the Arts and Humanities.

Reflections on American Politics with Robert Pallito

Reflections on American Politics with Robert Pallito

April 19, 2022

Following up on the ICR conference Communication and Religion in the ’20 Election, Professor Robert Pallito reflects on changes in the American political scene under the Biden administration.  Podcast made possible by a generous grant from the Lilly Fellows Program in the Arts and Humanities.

Reducing the Mismatch: Some Thoughts on How We Figure Out the World

Reducing the Mismatch: Some Thoughts on How We Figure Out the World

December 14, 2021

This episode, written and hosted by Seton Hall Professor J. Michael Stebbins, shares “thoughts on why the way we go about figuring things out matters so much; and offer[s] some suggestions that might help us do it better.” Topics such as the desire for truth, verifying the correctness of our understanding, and how to approach disagreements with others about our understandings are all delved into with a perspective informed by the philosophy of Bernard Lonergan.

Trump, The 2020 Election, and the Limits of Ideology Theory

Trump, The 2020 Election, and the Limits of Ideology Theory

May 12, 2021

Trump, The 2020 Election, and the Limits of Ideology Theory

Seton Hall Professor of Political Science Robert Pallitto explores ideological phenomena associated with the 2020 presidential race.

Practices That Matter

Practices That Matter

May 12, 2021

The Faith and Politics of Dorothy Day

Ronald C. Arnett, Ph.D., a Chair and Professor of the Department of Communication and Rhetorical Studies, the Patricia Doherty Yoder, and Ronald Wolfe Endowed Chair in Communication Ethics at Duquesne University, explains how Dorothy Day, a journalist and social activist, used her faith to advocate for others.

Judaism and Christianity in the 2020 Election

Judaism and Christianity in the 2020 Election

May 12, 2021

Judaism and Christianity in the 2020 Election

Peter Beinart and Jon Radwan, with Host McKenna Schray, answered questions received ahead of time from attendees, focusing on the topic of the conference: How does communication and religion come into play during a presidential election?

Internet Memes and American Civil Religion

Internet Memes and American Civil Religion

May 12, 2021

Internet Memes and American Civil Religion

Texas A&M's Professor Heidi Campbell speaks about internet memes and how digital media is used to represent different religious ideas in the public sphere.

Communication and Religion in the 2020 Election

Communication and Religion in the 2020 Election

May 12, 2021

Communication and Religion in the 2020 Election

After the conclusion of the "Communication and Religion in the 2020 Election" Conference, Arnett answered additional questions submitted by registrants of the event.

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