Discussion Group: In the Time of Coronavirus

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When placed in the tradition of Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr., civil disobedience is premised on nonviolent resistance. But Thoreau understood that, under certain conditions, the protestor’s nonviolent resistance may lead to violence by the state.

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This biblical text—the “trial” and execution of Jesus—is a text that we who are Christians know so well we may be tempted to skim it. In the same way, we think we know and understand climate change—enough that we can skim the science.

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PTN Spring Virtual Workshops
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Preparation, Preservation, and Possibility under Title IX
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Stuck at home? Join the PTN for a series of virtual workshops on supersessionism, sexuality, surveillance, and more.

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The PTN seeks to hire a managing editor to organize people and content across the network.

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Laws, Attention, and the Question of Violence: A Roundtable on Thoreau

In times as uncertain as ours, these reflections serve as welcome reminders of the importance of political resistance, critique, and the near-militant self-awareness that characterizes Thoreau’s work.

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It is ironic but evident that self-preservation and its varied expressions like self-interest and self-defense are routinely used to justify neglect, violence, and brutality towards others.

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A collection of diverse reflections on faith, spirituality, and the anti-vaxxer crisis…

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