Podcasts and Videos
The Institute for Communication and Religion's podcasts and videos hosts the brightest scholars, journalists and other leading experts for discussions on how communication and religion influence each other and society. The Institute is hosted by Seton Hall University's College of Communication and The Arts.
Swami Makes History with Religious Harmony Event
The Institute for Communication and Religion hosted Swami Sarvapriyananda, the leader of the oldest Hindu organization in the U.S., to discuss the Hindu perspective on how all religions can coexist. The event marked the first time that a Hindu dignitary visited Seton Hall University for a public lecture.
Religious Harmony: Community, Communication, Collaboration
Living Word Project
An evening of interfaith student poetry performances, including poetry, dance, song and musical interpretations of the experience of faith. The Living Word Project uses the artistic process as a scaffold for dialogue, providing a vital way for students, faculty, and alums to live in-conversation. Angela Kariotis Kotsonis, Living Word Director. Jon Radwan, ICR Director.
The Living Word Project
Heidi Campbell on Digital Religion
In the Institute for Communication and Religion's inaugural podcast, renowned scholar Dr. Heidi Campbell discusses digital religion and cutting-edge research on memes.
Interview with Dr. Ashok Kaul of Banaras Hindu University
The recent telecommunications blackout and related current events in Kashmir demonstrate complex interconnections between religious identity, state and federal governance, nationalism, and military solutions to social challenges. Student journalist Alyssa Veltre interviews Dr. Ashok Kaul of Banaras Hindu University to learn about how communication and religions help drive culture. This program is the first in a series of three interviews with international experts addressing Kashmir. Listen to the podcast featuring Dr. Ashok here »
Fragmented Kashmir: Cultural Engagement, Political Mystification, and Disillusionment
The Institute for Communication and Religion hosted a scholarly panel entitled “Fragmented Kashmir: Cultural Enragement, Political Mystification, and Disillusionment.” Current events in Kashmir demonstrate complex interconnections between religious identity, state and federal governance, nationalism, and military solutions to social challenges. Featured speakers were Dr. Ashok Kaul from Banaras Hindu University - India, Dr. Amrita Ghosh collaborating from Linnaeus University - Sweden, and Seton Hall’s own Dr. Athar Murtuza. Listen to the podcast about Fragmented Kashmir »