Research In Religion
Research conducted by members of the Kellogg intellectual community on the themes of democracy and human development is at the core of what the Institute does.
The Radicalization of Latin American Catholic Students during the global Sixties - archival research
Book Workshop: Confucian Thought and An Alternative to Democracy: Political Elites and Bureaucratic Hierarchy in Early Chinese Empires
Religion and Responses to Migrants and Refugees in Europe: The Catholic Church in Comparative Perspective
Islamic Law and International Law: Peaceful Resolution of Disputes
Our Lady of Kibeho: Marian Devotion, Reconciliation, and Social Change in Post-Genocide Rwanda
Symposium in Honor John C.H. Wu; Seton Hall University
Religious Tolerance and the Reciprocity Norm: Evidence from Indonesia
2015 Annual Conference of the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Center for War and Peace Studies - Narratives of Peace and Conflict
Effects of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal on Ugandans' Commitment to Social Development
People Researching Religion
For more than three decades, our faculty and visiting fellows have helped set the scholarly agenda on our core themes of democratization and human development. Our work has had a significant impact on policy and practice.