Fordham Center on Religion and Culture
The Fordham Center on Religion and Culture seeks to encourage serious public exploration of questions arising at the intersection of religious faith and contemporary culture. At a time when the influence of religion in U.S. public life is both recognized and contested, the Center organizes forums, conferences and other programs promoting conversations about the issues today’s culture raises for religious belief and institutions, and the challenges posed by religion to the culture. Strategically located at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, the Center will draw on New York City’s leading role in intellectual and literary life, media, the visual and performing arts, and diplomatic and humanitarian activities, as well as on the city’s unusual cultural and religious diversity.
Director: James McCartin, PhD
Date of Founding: 2004
33 West 60th Street, Suite 223
New York, NY 10023