Religion and the history of terrorism


In this "10-Minute Talk" with the British Academy, Pearson Faculty Affiliate Richard English asks four questions about religion and terrorism: Should religion be seen as a cause for terroristic violence or a restraining influence upon it? Is religious terrorism an existential threat? Is religious terrorism something new? And should religion, in terms of its influence on terrorism, be seen as something which is a detachable part of that mixture?


The Political Economy of Latin America: New Visions


James A. Robinson delivers the keynote lecture of the Latin American Network in Economic HistOry and Political Economy, LANE HOPE.

Pearson Institute Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Ben Rhodes

Dean of the Harris School of Public Policy Katherine Baicker moderates a discussion with Ben Rhodes, former deputy US National Security Advisor in a 2019 edition of The Pearson Institute's Distinguished Speaker Series.

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