Barbara A. McGraw speaks on American identity and religious pluralism in public life.

"Being a Scholar - Being an Advocate" Director McGraw participated as a panelist at the Berkley Center, Georgetown University on issues that arise when religion scholars become, or aspire to be, advocates in the public area. February, 2013. Click here to view.

         Director McGraw at the Berkley Center, Georgetown University.      

                                                                                                                                                                                 

"Moral Economy in Global Perspective: Protestantism, Confucianism, Islam, and Hinduism." Plenary address for the International Conference on Spiritual Paradigm for Surmounting the Global Management Crisis.  School of Management Sciences, Varanasi (Benares), India. February, 2012.

Director McGraw interviewed at SMS, Varanasi India

Director McGraw was interviewed at the International Conference on Spiritual Paradigm for Surmounting the Global Management Crisis, February, 2012. Click here to view.

                                                                                                                            

  McGraw on CW$

Director McGraw was interviewed on Bay Area CW44 television on religious liberty, gender equity, and the Affordable Healthcare Act requirement that private institutions provide women with access to contraception, February, 2012. Click here to view.                                                                                                                                                                                                            "Religious Pluralism in Correctional Institutions: Promise and Peril," Presentation for the National Correctional Chaplaincy Directors Meeting in conjunction with the American Academy of Religion's annual conferences, 2004-2012 and forthcoming.

"America's Sacred Ground and the Marketplace." Speech for a Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley lecture series, Kensington, CA. January, 2010.

"Democracy and Religious Diversity in Global Perspective." Invited Panelist/David Saperstein presiding. Parliament of the World's Religions, Melbourne, Australia. December, 2009.

"Interfaith Work in Higher Education." Interfaith Youth Core Conference on Leadership for a Religiously Diverse World. Invited Panelist/Eboo Patel Presiding, Chicago, IL. October, 2009.

"From Tolerance to Pluralism in the Public Square." Speech for the Pluralism, Tolerance, and Freedom Speaker Series at the Center for the Study of Religious Freedom at Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, VA. March, 2009.

"Religious Pluralism, God-Talk, and Politics." Invited Panelist. "Faith in Politics Forum/Religion in America." Sponsored by the Religion, Politics, and Globalization Program. University of California, Berkeley. October, 2008.

"Rethinking Chaplaincy in a Pluralistic Context: American Values & RLUIPA." Keynote address at the annual conference of the American Correctional Chaplains Association, Northeastern Division, Long Branch, NJ. April, 2008.

"Civil Discourse Across Sacred Boundaries." Plenary Address for the Society for Values in Higher Education, 83rd Annual Fellows Meeting. Baltimore, MD. July 2007

"Civil Discourse Across Sacred Boundaries." "Special Topics Lecture” for the "Difficult Dialogue Initiative" of the Ford Foundation at Trinity College, San Antonio, TX. October, 2006.

"Rediscovering America's Sacred Ground." Colloquium presentation, University of California, Berkeley, CA. September, 2006.

"Religious Reasons as Public Reasons," Howard Garfield Lecture Series at Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA. February, 2006.

Selected Publications can be found here.

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