CrossCurrents

Edited by S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate

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Frequency: March, June, September, December

Latest Issue: Volume 72, Number 3 (September 2022)

Size: 6 x 9

Bibliographic Information: ISSN: Print 0011-1953; Digital 1939-3881

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Editor

S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate, Hamilton College, USA

Cultural Connections Editors

Rosalind Hinton, Independent scholar, USA
Hussein Rashid, Independent scholar, USA

Associate Editors

Stephanie Mitchem, University of South Carolina, USA
Amanullah de Sondy, University College Cork, Ireland
Timothy K. Beal, Case Western Reserve, USA
Melanie Barbato, University of Münster, Germany

Editorial Board

Fatimah Ashrif, Rumi’s Circle; Muslim Institute, UK
Julia Watts Belser, Georgetown University, USA
Joy Bostic, Case Western Reserve, USA
Cláudio Carvalhaes, Union Seminary, USA
Judy Chen, Buddhist Council of NY and the American Buddhist Confederation, Canada
Robbie B. H. Goh, National University Singapore, Singapore
Henry Goldschmidt, Interfaith Center of New York, USA
Nikky-Guninder Singh, Colby College, USA
Scott Holland, Bethany Seminary, USA
Erling Hope, Artist, USA
Amir Hussain, Loyola Maymount University, USA
Robert P. Jones, Public Religion Research Institute, USA
Björn Krondorfer, Northern Arizona University, USA
J. Shawn Landres, Jumpstart Labs, Santa Monica, USA
Laura Levitt, Temple University, USA
Eugene Y. Lowe, Jr., Northwestern University, USA
Peter Manseau, Smithsonian Institute, USA
Shabana Mir, American Islamic College, USA
Jolyon Mitchell, University of Edinburgh, UK
Diane L. Moore, Harvard University, USA
Harold Morales, Morgan State University, USA
Vanessa Ochs, University of Virginia, USA
Laurie L. Patton, Middlebury College, USA
Daria Pezzoli-Olgiati, Ludwig Maximilian University, Germany
Kathryn Reklis, Fordham University, USA
Christian Scharen, St. Lydia’s Church, Brooklyn, USA
Randall Styers, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
Kayla Renée Wheeler, Xavier University, USA
Pamela Winfield, Elon University, USA
Homayra Ziad, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Table of Contents

VOLUME 72, Number 3

Articles

Editorial Introduction: Interreligious Dialogue and Diplomacy
Melanie Barbato

Diplomacy and interreligious dialogue: A generative model
Pasquale Ferrara

Interfaith Dialogue and Healthcare Diplomacy during Covid-19 and Beyond: Parameters, Opportunities, and Constraints
Nukhet A. Sandal

Putting Interfaith Dialogue on the Public Diplomacy Radar: Goals, Power, Strategies, and the Influence of Worldviews
Juyan Zhang

Bridging the Divides: Interreligious Diplomacy for Effective Peacebuilding
Sharon Rosen

Interreligious Engagement and Political Theory: Between Virtue Ethics and Religious Humanism
Michael Daniel Driessen

Poetry

Diplomacy
Abhay K.

The Fire and Sermon
Abhay K.

Cultural Connections

Abu-Nimer, Mohammed & Renáta Katalin Nelson, eds.
Evaluating Interreligious Peacebuilding and Dialogue: Methods and Frameworks.
Reviewed by Richard McCallum

Notes on Recent Books in Religion and Diplomacy

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