Monthly Archives: May 2024

Autocephaly, Autonomy, and Human Dignity in Ukrainian Orthodoxy

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By Kade Tibberts The Eastern Orthodox Church considers itself one faith and one Church. Ironically, it is divided along national, political, and now militaristic lines. Within the umbrella of Eastern Orthodoxy are multiple autocephalous churches, which are self-headed, fully independent, … Continue reading

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Journalism Panel Compares Media and Contemporary Religious Nationalism

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By Theo DeRosa On Friday, April 26, the journalism symposium on the topic of “Media and the Rise of Religious Nationalism Around the World” compared the cases of religious nationalism in Egypt, Russia, and India. The three speakers demonstrated how … Continue reading

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The Invasion of Ukraine from a Black Perspective: Lecture with Journalist Terrell Jermaine Starr

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On March 11, Terrell Jermaine Starr, an independent journalist based in Kyiv, gave a lecture to Miami University students titled, “Covering the War in Ukraine as a Black Correspondent.” By Kade Tibberts March 12, 2024. Terrell Jermaine Starr is the … Continue reading

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Film “Songs of Solomon” Offers Moving Reflection on Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day

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By Trent Shockey Directed by Arman Nshanian, “Songs of Solomon” is a poignant narrative that delves into the depths of historical trauma, particularly amidst the backdrop of the Armenian Genocide of the early 20th century. As the world commemorated the … Continue reading

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