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Digital Roundtable: Building Communities of Peace

Claremont Lincoln University hosts a Digital Roundtable with the university’s president, faculty, and noted speakers to cultivate interfaith and cross-cultural understanding, healing and peaceful relations in light of tragic events in San Bernardino, CA.

Panelists

  • Eileen Aranda, Ph.D. – President of Claremont Lincoln University
  • Keith Burton, Ph.D. – Director for the Center for Adventist Muslim Relations at Oakwood University
  • Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana, Ph.D. – Interim Associate Director and Visiting Assistant Professor at Georgetown University’s Master of Arts program in Conflict Resolution
  • Stephanie Varnon-Hughes, Ph.D. – Director of Cross-Cultural & Interfaith Programs
  • Darrell Ezell, Ph.D. – Director of the Master of Arts in Interfaith Action program and the Center for the Study of Religion, Culture and Foreign Affairs
Darrell Ezell

Darrell Ezell

Darrell Ezell is an expert in inter-religious affairs and diplomacy, professor, and author. His expertise are highlighted in his new book, Beyond Cairo: U.S. Engagement with the Muslim World (Palgrave Macmillan), a leading study on the role of U.S. diplomacy in the Arab and Muslim world after 9/11. He currently serves as the Dean for the Interfaith Action program at Claremont Lincoln University. Ezell has recently held academic posts at Tulane and Louisiana State University and worked at the U.S. Department of State and University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service (William J. Clinton Foundation). Prior to his government and NGO service, he has been active in grassroots peacemaking in New York City with the Interfaith Center of New York and Interfaith Worker Justice (Chicago, IL).

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Darrell Ezell

Darrell Ezell

Darrell Ezell is an expert in inter-religious affairs and diplomacy, professor, and author. His expertise are highlighted in his new book, Beyond Cairo: U.S. Engagement with the Muslim World (Palgrave Macmillan), a leading study on the role of U.S. diplomacy in the Arab and Muslim world after 9/11. He currently serves as the Dean for the Interfaith Action program at Claremont Lincoln University. Ezell has recently held academic posts at Tulane and Louisiana State University and worked at the U.S. Department of State and University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service (William J. Clinton Foundation). Prior to his government and NGO service, he has been active in grassroots peacemaking in New York City with the Interfaith Center of New York and Interfaith Worker Justice (Chicago, IL).

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