Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Constitutions and Cultural Pluralism:  How Can Legal Frameworks Foster Tolerance and Peace in Multireligious Societies?

Cases from the Middle East

This recording is separated into two parts: the morning session, with opening remarks by Karen Barkey, IRCPL Director and professor of Sociology and History at Columbia University, and Giancarlo Bosetti, co-founder of Reset-DoC, and a keynote address by Asli Bali, UCLA; and the afternoon session, with keynote address by Abdullahi An-Na’im, Emory and closing remarks by Michael Walzer, Princeton.

For a full list of participants, see the event post at ircpl.org.

Morning session:

[podcast]http://ircpl.org/audio/ConstitutionsMorning.mp3[/podcast]

Afternoon session:

[podcast]http://ircpl.org/audio/ConstitutionsAfternoon.mp3[/podcast]