E-newsletter Archive

We invite you to browse our archive of e-newsletters. They provide some nice highlights relating to our events, publications, and programs. Prior to the summer of 2009, newsletters were published under the name of the Boston Research Center for the 21st Century. Note: Some of the links from the older newsletters may no longer be active.

Issue #39
1) Nuclear abolition seminar, Part Two; 2) “Know Nukes” panel discussion; 3) 2018 Peace Proposal to the U.N.; 4) Report on 2018 “Dialogue Nights” events
(03/18)

Issue #38
1) Nuclear abolition seminar, Part One; 2) Reflections on peacebuilding, education, and more; 3) Call for proposals
(11/17)

Issue #37
1) First “Dialogue Nights” event; 2) Soka education seminar; 3) New book: Shaping A New Society
(10/17)

Issue #36
1) Student seminar with Anita Patterson; 2) New book: Hope Is a Decision; 3) Ikeda Center leadership changes
(06/17)

Issue #35
1) Ikeda Forum announcement; 2) Resources for peace, learning, and dialogue
(10/16)

Issue #34
1) Education & global citizenship panel; 2) new mobile-responsive website; 3) Meyer podcast, Cox & Kazanjian interviews
(07/16) 

Issue #33
1) New book: Knowing Our Worth; 2) Peace education panel at USF; 3) 2016 Peace proposal to the United Nations
(03/16) 

Issue #32
1) Report from the 2015 Ikeda Forum, "The Practice of Dignity"; 2) Book award: Living as Learning
(12/15)

Issue #31
1) Report from Our World To Make book launch with Ved Nanda; 2) Interview with historian Peter Stearns on peace and peace studies 
(10/15) 

Issue #30
1) New videos with Betty Reardon and Anita Patterson; 2) Updates from Dialogue Path Press, including an award for Living As Learning and an announcement for Our World To Make; 3) Announcing fall 2015 events 
(08/15) 

Issue #29
1) Dialogue with Ben Ferencz, the only living Nuremberg prosecutor; 2) conflict resolution seminar with Meenakshi Chhabra and Darren Kew 
(05/15) 

Issue #28
1) Story about the talk on dignity with Harvard's Donna Hicks; 2) Living As Learning at Teachers College
(02/15) 

Issue #27
1) 2014 Ikeda Forum (on dignity) articles, photos, videos; 2) Living As Learning: John Dewey in the 21st Century
(10/14) 

Issue #26
1) Announcement for Ikeda Forum livestream; 2) Videos on dignity with Charlie Clements and Andrea Bartoli; 3) web resources on dignity 
(09/14) 

Issue #25
1) Sarah Wider author event for The Art of True Relations; 2) New website resources; 3) 2014 Peace Proposal to the U.N.
(03/14) 

Issue #24
1) 2013 Ikeda Forum feature story; 2) 20th anniversary coverage; 3) George Mason seminar; 4) Nel Noddings interview, Part 2 
(12/13) 

Issue #23
1) 20th anniversary features; 2) Nel Noddings interview; 3) Ikeda Forum announcement 
(09/13)

Issue #22
1) New Harding-Ikeda dialogue (America Will Be!
(08/13)

Issue #21
1) Garrison-Hickman dialogue; 2) Marinoff at Harvard; 3) Social media; 4) 2013 Peace Proposal to the U.N.
(05/13)

Issue #20
1) Ninth Ikeda Forum, on interdependence; 2) Marinoff philosophy videos, continued; 3) 20th anniversary! 
(12/12)

Issue #19
1) Lou Marinoff author event celebrating the publication of The Inner Philosopher; 2) Video interview with Dr. Marinoff on the power of philosophy 
(11/12) 

Issue #18
1) Exploring interdependence; 2) Education leadership resources; 3) 2012 Peace Proposal to the U.N.
(03/12)

Issue #17
1) Cultivating the greater self; 2) Soft power seminar; 3) Core convictions 
(11/11)

Issue #16
1) Ikeda Forum announcement; 2) videos explore social healing; 3) Ikeda on "soft power" 
(09-11)

Issue #15
1) New Greater Self essays on education and public health; 2) Education leadership seminar; 3) Call for proposals 
(07/11) 

Issue #14
1) Cultivating the greater self; 2) Vincent Harding videos: "The work of humankind has just begun"; 3) 2011 Peace Proposal to the U.N. 
(03/11)

Issue #13
1) Report on the 2010 Ikeda Forum; 2) new Vincent Harding video series 
(12/10)

Issue #12
1) Announcing the 2010 Ikeda Forum; 3) educating for democracy; 3) remembering Elise Boulding 
(10/10)

Issue #11
1) Making peace cultures happen; 2) the democratic spirit; 3) 2010 Peace Proposal to the U.N.
(04/10)

Issue #10
1) Report from the 6th Ikeda Forum; 2) Anita Patterson essay, "True Books in a True Spirit"; 3) March 6 event celebrating Into Full Flower
(01/10)

Issue #9
1) Report from the Sept. 24 Creating Waldens author event; 2) Final announcement for the 6th Annual Ikeda Forum; 3) New books from two friends of the Center, theologians Harvey Cox and Paul Knitter 
(11/09)

Issue #8
1) Announcing the Creating Waldens author event with Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson; 2) "Creativity and Global Flourishing," an original essay by John Berthrong; 3) Announcing the 6th Annual Ikeda Forum, "John Dewey, Daisaku Ikeda, and the Quest for a New Humanism" 
(09/09)

Issue #7
1) Nur Yalman seminar and interview; Daisaku Ikeda on the search for human connection in a virtual age; 3) Chandra Muzaffar on religion and economics 
(05/09)

Issue #6
1) Introducing the BRC's 2009 Theme, "Humanizing Our Lives, Humanizing Our World"; 2) Interview with Neva Goodwin on contextual economics; 3) Daisaku Ikeda's 2009 U.N. Peace Proprosal summary, "Toward Humanitarian Competition" 
(02/09)

Issue #5
1) "Enjoying the Rhythm of Birth and Death" with Yoichi Kawada and Mary Catherine Bateson; 2) Vincent Harding on the legacy of Martin Luther King; 3) Tricycle Magazine interview with BRC founder Daisaku Ikeda 
(12/08)

Issue #4
1) Feature article — "Facing Death: A Path to Personal and Cultural Change"; 2) Announcing the new BRC website; 3) Announcing the October lecture with Yoichi Kawada and Mary Catherine Bateson 
(Date: 10-08)

Issue #3
1) Feature article — "Learning to Learn About Death"; BRC @ PES — "Expanding Philosophical Horizons"; and 3) David T. Hansen of Teachers College on the ethical dimensions of education 
(05/08)

Issue #2 
1) Dialogue series on death and life; 2) Paul Knitter and the global ethics classroom; 3) Nel Noddings on school reform and the ethics of care; and 4) Interviews exploring restorative justice 
(03/08)

Issue #1
1) "Understanding Death, Appreciating Life"; 2) New peace proposal from Daisaku Ikeda; 3) Interview with Amir Hussein on the Muslim-American experience; and 4) Randy Forsberg-Elise Boulding dialogue 
(02/08) 

 

 

 

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