The Hedgehog Review
One hundred years after the outbreak of the Great War, Europe is again in crisis. The old cultural questions of Europe and Europeanness have emerged with renewed urgency: If Europe as a union is to survive, what forms of solidarity and identity might hold it together?
Recent Blog Posts
Generational snapshots sometimes confound us in the ways actual photographs do. | Read post >>>
The university may well be antiquated, hypocritical, and in some ways outdated, but at its best it is a bulwark against the pressures, market and otherwise, that celebrity tweeters, #failedintellectuals, and smart writers will certainly face. | Read post >>>
The Urbanization Project recently brought together urban policy scholar Richard Florida, economist Paul Romer, and sociologist Robert Sampson for a panel on "The Challenge of the City" in which they addressed the challenges and potential for cities in the next hundred years. | Read post >>>
Eisenhower, Little Rock, and the Neoliberal Imaginary
18 April 2014
Ned O'Gorman | IASC Seminar Series
Spring Fellows Dinner
25 April 2014
| Fellows Dinner
Spring Fellows Colloquium
25 April 2014
| Fellows Colloquium
Tim is a PhD student in Theology, Ethics, and Culture in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. He holds a BA in History with Honors from Stanford University and a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. Tim is interested in contemporary Christian theology in a post-Christendom context and particularly the possibilities for dialogue with postcolonial thought. His work seeks to hold together and integrate belief and action in our present cultural context....