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Rethinking Religion is the media project of the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life at Columbia University. Radio episodes explore the intersection of religion and culture in contemporary society, and form the backbone of this project, though its scope and content continues to evolve. Contributing writers respond to IRCPL’s public events, offering commentary and analysis on religion in the public sphere.

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    • Religion & Spirituality

Rethinking Religion is the media project of the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life at Columbia University. Radio episodes explore the intersection of religion and culture in contemporary society, and form the backbone of this project, though its scope and content continues to evolve. Contributing writers respond to IRCPL’s public events, offering commentary and analysis on religion in the public sphere.

    Religion, Imagination and Writing: Salman Rushdie

    Religion, Imagination and Writing: Salman Rushdie

    Salman Rushdie is a novelist and essayist, author of Midnight’s Children, which won the prestigious Man Booker Prize, Shalimar the Clown, Haroun and the Sea of Stories, and The Satanic Verses, for which a fatwa was issued on him in 1989. For more episodes, transcripts and a blog, please visit ircpl.org.

    • 51 min
    A Secular Age: Charles Taylor

    A Secular Age: Charles Taylor

    • 52 min
    Covering Conflict: Jon Meacham, James Traub, David Shipley

    Covering Conflict: Jon Meacham, James Traub, David Shipley

    • 51 min
    Literature and Terror: Philip Gourevitch, Errol Morris

    Literature and Terror: Philip Gourevitch, Errol Morris

    • 52 min
    New Media in Iran: Nazila Fathi, Kelly Golnoush Niknejad, Omid Memarian, Mehdi Yahyanejad

    New Media in Iran: Nazila Fathi, Kelly Golnoush Niknejad, Omid Memarian, Mehdi Yahyanejad

    • 52 min
    Religion, Imagination and Writing: Salman Rushdie

    Religion, Imagination and Writing: Salman Rushdie

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

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Great food for thought...

The Salman Rushdie episode is sublime, great discussion. Going through them all one by one, as it passes the time very well.

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