The Religion, Culture, and Politics Workshop is a bimonthly interdisciplinary workshop hosted by Georgetown University’s Graduate Program in Theology and Religious Studies and the Office of the Provost. It brings together faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral and affiliate fellows to present and discuss in-progress research grappling with religion, politics and culture, or research topics exploring the link between religion and contemporary social issues more generally. Papers are prepared and distributed in advance of each meeting. In rare instances, the workshop will feature and discuss recently published book chapters or essays that are tied to a developing research project.
Developed from a conversation with our graduate students, the workshop meets on Fridays from 12:00 to 1:30 PM in the Theology Conference Room on campus. This website features a calendar of events, information about the presenters, and pertinent information related to each week’s lecture. We hope you will join us!