Calm and Fear

In this extraordinary time, we recognize just how connected we are to one another. Thanks to WBIR for the invitation to speak to concerns raised by Covid-19 and the collective network of support its response requires. Grateful to join a panel in-studio as well as doing this interview earlier in the week. https://www.wbir.com/video/news/health/coronavirus/dr-tricia-bruce-talks-about-keeping-calm-as-coronavirus-spreads/51-608effa7-4316-4f8d-8bd2-04a35028176e

The mark of a movement

The trial and conviction of Harvey Weinstein signals an important outcome of global efforts to address sexual harassment in the workplace. Thanks to WBIR for the invitation to talk through what this conviction says about social movements and their promise for lasting social change.

Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Conference on Religion and American Culture

The Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Conference on Religion and American Culture held last June in Indianapolis, IN are now available online. They include a written version of an invited panel I participated in on the topic of religion and refugees. Thanks to Indiana University-Purdue's Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture and …

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Advance online publication of my 2019 H. Paul Douglass Lecture, “I Can’t Keep Quiet”

The Review of Religious Research journal has published an advance online version of my 2019 H. Paul Douglass Lecture, "I Can't Keep Quiet: Engaging with Scholarly Research on Religion." I was honored to deliver this address to the annual meeting of the Religious Research Association and Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. A print …

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“I Can’t Keep Quiet” (2019 H. Paul Douglass Lecture)

"I Can't Keep Quiet: Engaging Scholarly Research on Religion" was the title of my H. Paul Douglass Lecture, presented at the 2019 meetings of the Religious Research Association / Society for the Scientific Study of Religion in St. Louis. I am grateful for the invitation to step into the shoes of giants who have delivered …

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