Previous Cambridge Roundtables
Among the recent thirty-one Cambridge Roundtables:
Science & Scientism, part two: The Affairs of Louis Agassiz: Race, Religion, and Charles Darwin
Christoph Irmscher author of Louis Agassiz, Inventor of American Science
Matthew Pearl author of The Technologists and The Dante Club
Science & Scientism, part one: The Monopolizing of Knowledge?
Ian Hutchinson MIT, Nuclear Science & Engineering
Ned Hall Harvard University, Philosophy
American Politics & Religion: Untangling the Web We Weave
Robert Putnam Harvard University, Public Policy
God, Stephen Hawking, and the Cosmos: Is there a Grand Design?
John Lennox Oxford, Mathematics
Alan Guth MIT, Physics
Saints, Sex, and Society
Sarah Ruden Wesleyan University, Classics
What do Scientists Really Think about Religion?
Elaine Ecklund Rice University, Sociology
Political Power and Persuasive Presence
James Davison Hunter University of Virginia, Sociology
Robert M. Randolph MIT, Chaplain to the Institute
Can We Be Good Without God?
Rae Langton MIT, Philosophy
William Lane Craig Talbot School of Theology, Philosophy
Answering the New Atheists
Stanley E. Fish Florida International University, Law and Humanities
J. Mark Ramseyer Harvard University, Law
For a complete list of all 30 previous roundtables, click here.