Book Talk and Signing | Rabbi Dr. Ronald Kronish

The Other Peace Process: Interreligious Dialogue, a View from Jerusalem (Hamilton Books, September 2017)

Ron-KronishEditor of Coexistence and Reconciliation in Israel–Voices for Interreligious Dialogue (Paulist Press, 2015)

Learn more about Rabbi Kronish and read advance press for The Other Peace Process.

Hosted by Professor Jonathan Golden, Director of Drew University’s Center on Religion, Culture and Conflict

Monday, October 16, 2017 | 7:00pm

Short Stories Bookshop and Community Hub | 23 Main Street, Madison, New Jersey | 973.845.6086 |

Registrations now open

Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom

4th Annual Muslim Jewish Women’s Leadership Conference

Keynote Speakers: Anita Diamant, Dr. Ingrid Mattson, Haroon Moghul, and Rana Abdelhamid

November 5, 2017   |   Drew University Simon Forum and Athletic Center

Register here   |   Maps and Directions

Transatlantic Connections Conference V

January 10-14, 2018   |   Bundoran, County Donegal

Speakers include former President of Ireland, Dr. Mary McAleese. Follow this link for a complete list of speakers.

The Irish Studies Program at Drew University, in association with the Institute of Study Abroad Ireland, is delighted to announce the fifth annual Drew University Transatlantic Connections Conference in Ireland.

The theme of this year’s Transatlantic Connections Conference is “Kindred Spirits / Dáimh”.  This theme will be explored in an interdisciplinary way across a range of panels, workshops, keynote talks and cultural events.

Conference Registration and Call for Papers

Arts of Respect

The Center on Religion Culture and Conflict invites applications for the 2018 Arts of Respect – Paul Drucker Fellowship Program. 

The application deadline is November 15, 2017

The goal of Arts of Respect (AOR) is to promote greater understanding and respect using the arts as a medium of communication and expression. AOR – established in 2009, endowed by a generous gift from Dr. Paul Drucker C’51, P’83, and facilitated by Drew’s Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict – endeavors to end hatred, move beyond mere tolerance, and to instead promote mutual respect.

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