The Christianity and Science Fiction Conference website is back up and running, thankfully! Here are the details for blog readers, for your convenience: Christianity and science fiction: a virtual event (October 11-12, 2021) The Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies, in partnership with the Department of Middle East Studies (UniversityRead More →

The government of Maharashtra and the C40 Cities Network, a global forum that deals with climate change, have launched the “Women4Climate” program, which aims to bring all women residing in Mumbai together under one roof to fight climate change. As part of the program, launched on Monday, the state governmentRead More →

ISI’s first US POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENT SUMMIT to bring together academics committed to freedom and the search for truth in 2022 WILMINGTON, Delaware, Oct. 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In response to a recent decision to dismiss Claremont Institute panels at an annual gathering of political scientists, the Intercollegiate StudiesRead More →

Although Western archeology generally treats Aboriginal ancestral sites as an anachronism, these places embody a living culture and presence for Hopi archaeologist Lyle Balenquah. This week, we chat with Balenquah about his journey into archeology, his connection, and his work in the ancestral lands of the Southwest. Science Moab: HowRead More →

LAWRENCE – “Go boldly …” This line from Captain Kirk’s opening monologue in the original “Star Trek” series lasts for more than 55 years since it first aired. It’s also the title of a new book that examines leadership through the lens of science fiction. “Everyone recognizes those three words,”Read More →