University of Chicago

Pluralism In A Polarized Age: Navigating Our Deepest Differences Together

January 31, 2019 at 7:30pm / International House, 1414 E. 59th St.


University of Chicago

Thursday, January 31st:

Pluralism in a Polarized Age: Navigating Our Deepest Differences Together

In our increasingly polarized society, how do we speak to one another about our deepest beliefs? Can we even bring our personal religious and political convictions to bear in the university and other public spaces? And how does pluralism contribute to greater flourishing in our society? Join us as two of our nation’s leading voices on pluralism discuss their own beliefs and what it means to bring one’s whole person (including one’s religious, political, and ethical convictions) into the public square with confidence and humility.

Presenters: Dr. John Inazu (Washington University in St. Louis) and Dr. Eboo Patel (Interfaith Youth Core)

7:30 pm at International House, 1414 E. 59th St.

Free and open to the public.

Persons with disabilities who need assistance should contact the Office of Programs and External Relations in advance at 773-753-2274 or i-house-programs@uchicago.edu

Presenters

John Inazu

Associate Professor of Law and Political Sciences

Washington University in St. Louis

Eboo Patel

Founder and President

Interfaith Youth Core
University of Chicago