In May 2011, PJC Director Jacques Berlinerblau wrote a piece for The Chronicle of Higher Education about his younger son’s infatuation with ballet–and the schoolyard bullying that ensued. Professor Berlinerblau’s dissection of our gendered view of dance came to the attention of Septime Webre, talented artistic director of the Washington Ballet, who appears in this week’s Faith Complex. Webre joined the Washington Ballet in 1999 and has choreographed works that feature in the repertoires of prominent ballet companies around the [...]
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Time Magazine Reporter and author Amy Sullivan talks about how Catholics and Evangelicals approached the health care debate, healthcare as a “moral issue,” and how the Obama administration may have flubbed the abortion issue. Amy Sullivan attended the University of Michigan, Princeton University, and Harvard Divinity School and has written for the Washington Post, the New York Times, the New Republic, and many other publications. Sullivan and Professor Jacques Berlinerblau discuss healthcare and whether or not it is a human [...]