THE LINE BETWEEN SECULAR & SACRED: Religion, Public Institutions and the Constitution

Companion to the Office for Equity and Diversity's Critical Conversations about Diversity and Social Justice series at the University of Minnesota. Co-sponsored by the University Libraries.

If you are interested in learning more about the topic of religion, public institutions, and the constitution check out some of the highlighted resources.


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The power of religion in the public sphere(2011). In Mendieta E. (Ed.), . New York: New York : Columbia University Press.

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Eisgruber, C. L. (2007). In Sager L. G. (Ed.), Religious freedom and the constitution. Cambridge, Mass.: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press.

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Horwitz, P. (2011). The agnostic age : Law, religion, and the constitution. New York: New York : Oxford University Press.

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Witte, J., 1959-. (2005). Religion and the american constitutional experiment. Boulder, Colo.: Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press.

Journal Articles

Finn, D. (1976). In Search of a Public: A Perspective on Public Relations for Cultural, Educational, Social, and Medical Institutions. Public Relations Quarterly, 21(1), 14.

Graves, K. (2008). University Accommodation of Non-majority Religions: Legitimate Protection of Students' Right to Practice or Unconstitutional Governmental Endorsement?. Journal Of Law & Education, 37(2), 291-296.

Lowery, J. (2004). Understanding the Legal Protections and Limitations upon Religion and Spiritual Expression on Campus. College Student Affairs Journal, 23(2), 146-157.
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This page was create by Jody Gray, Diversity Outreach Librarian and Devyn Goetsch, Peer Research Consultant