Pluralism, Religion, and Interfaith Relations in Indonesia
WHEN Thursday | 29 Nov, 11:00 AM-1:00 PM
WHERE 238 HRCB
How does the largest Muslim democracy in the world and one of its most ethnically diverse populations promote pluralism and religious harmony? Join us for a panel discussion of Indonesia’s experience with cultural pluralism and interfaith relations.
Muhamad Ali, associate professor of religious studies and director of Middle East and Islamic Studies, University of California, Riverside
Chad F. Emmett, associate professor of geography, BYU
Grant Underwood, Richard L. Evans Chair of Religious Understanding, BYU