The Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict at Arizona State University advances multidisciplinary research and education on the religious dynamics of conflict and peace.

By fostering exchange and collaboration, the Center creates networks—local, national, and global—that expand knowledge, deepen understanding, and promote wiser, more effective responses to some of the world's most pressing challenges.

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Our mission in the time of quarantine

We remain committed to engaging today’s most pressing issues and promoting
understanding on religion’s role in public life.

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Biden's inaugural address bolsters civil religion

January 21, 2021

Biden's inaugural address acknowledged the many challenges our country faces while also appealing to our nation's values: our collective responsibility to come together to solve problems and preser

Rapid relief grants aid Arizona's vulnerable populations

July 24, 2020

In Arizona, some of the communities hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic have been the same communities whose plight often goes unnoticed — refugees, asylum-seekers, DACA recipients, mixed-statu

Is America losing its civil religion?

January 22, 2021

A number of factors contributed to the Jan.

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Monday, Oct 18th

Humanities Week


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Oct 18 2021 - 12:00am

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Monday, Oct 18th

The White Savior and the Waif: Listening to Humanitarianism’s Unheard


West Hall Room 135

Oct 18 2021 - 4:00pm

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