The Mellon grant enables ISLA to fund interdisciplinary workshops—conceived and coordinated by and for graduate students—in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. Each workshop will meet at least once a month during the academic year.
“Religious Freedoms, Modern Contexts," coordinated by John McCormack (History) and David Lantigua (Theology). This workshop will draw graduate students from various Arts and Letters departments and the Law School to discuss the past, present, and future of religious freedom in its political, legal, theological, and social dimensions.
All faculty and graduate students are welcome to attend. Please email John McCormack (email@example.com) if you would like to attend the group dinner afterwards.
For more information about the workshop, please visit http://blogs.nd.edu/religiousfreedoms/