Bryne and JR. investigate three recent instances of conflicts involving Islam and outside cultures and religions. From Charlie Hebdo to the Duke University Chapel to Oxford University Press, we wonder what is at stake in each circumstance and how we can be religious in non-religious spaces. BONUS: We also review SELMA.
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0:00 – Winter Blues
07:00 – SELMA (spoilers!)
25:o0 – The Charlie Hebdo Attack
32:00 – Oxford University Press Bans Pork?
48:00 – The Duke University Chapel Bell Tower
Origami Elephants - January 30, 2015
Islam and the Public Square
From Series: "Origami Elephants Season 2"
Bryne and JR. are back with more guests, more movies and more hard-hitting exploration of those elephants.
Film & Interview:
Fresh Air Weekend: “Selma Director Ava DuVernay And Writer George Pelecanos”
Think Christian: “Duke’s Missed Opportunity”
Washington Times: “Oxford University warns authors not to write about bacon, pork”
The Guardian: “Oxford University Press response”