Examples of Moderating and Recording
A National Issues Forum
Moderating the Introduction to a Forum
Example of Recording, Moderating Approach and #3, & Moderating the Closing.
Race and Katrina
On Feb. 10, 2011, CPD organized a forum, “Race and Katrina.”
View the Video Featuring UHD students, faculty, administrators, and staff.
Hold a forum, allowing students and faculty to discuss issues related to the Katrina event and their relation to racial politics.
On Mar. 8, 2011, CPD organized a forum, “Abrahamic Faiths: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.” Speakers were: Eric Luchetta, Rabbi Stuart Federow, Erkan Kurt, Institute for Interfaith Dialogue.
Bring representatives of these three faiths together to talk about common ground and to promote an atmosphere of peaceful dialogue and respectful disagreement.
UHD 3rd Ethics Conference
On Mar. 22, 2011, CPD co-sponsored the “UHD 3rd Ethics Conference.” There were three panel discussions: a) “Institutional Ethics”; b) “Intersection, Ethics, and Public Address” ; c) “Inter-religious Dialogue and Ethics in the University”
Hold a forum allowing students and faculty to talk about how we can best create a campus culture that is ethical.
In the spring of 2011, CPD held three episodes of “Dialectics,” a forum for faculty and students to continue discussing topics raised in previous CPD events.
Dialectics Episode 1 (Race and Katrina) – Discussion of a CPD event at UHD, “Race and Katrina.” Feb. 10, 2011.
Dialectics Episode 2 (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) – Discussion of a CPD Interfaith event at UHD on Mar. 8, 2011.
Dialectics Episode 3 (The Ethical University) – Discussion of the Mar. 22, 2011 UHD Ethics Conference, “What is the Ethical University?”
Continue and enrich the discussion that we had begun in the previously held CPD events.
Diana Bowen and Paul Fortunato published two articles building on the experience of these events, particularly the interfaith events. These articles are the following:
“Communication Theory Meets Interfaith Dialogue.” (Diana Bowen and Paul Fortunato). A
Communication Perspective on Interfaith Dialogue:
Living Within the Abrahamic Traditions. Ed. Daniel Brown. New York: Lexington Books, of Rowman & Littlefield, 2013.
“Deliberative Democracy and Interfaith Dialogue: An Applied Perspective.” (Diana Bowen and Paul Fortunato).
Interfaith Dialogue in Practice: Christian, Muslim, Jew. Ed. Daniel Brown. Kansas City, Missouri: Rockhurst University Press, 2012.
Dialectics Episode 1 (Race and Katrina)
Dialectics Episode 2 (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam)
Dialectics Episode 3 (The Ethical University)