Bridging Confessional Gaps
Can lessons be drawn from 16th century France and its religious wars to today’s conflicts in the Middle East? The historian Keith Luria from North Carolina State University tells us how the concept of compromise and negotiation helped open up the non negotional character of religious hostility. But it needed an agency of enforcement. Reset-DoC interviewed Professor Luria during our conference "Religious Wars in Early Modern Europe and the Contemporary Islamic Civil War: Reflections, Patterns and Comparisons" held in New York in Fall 2014.
Interview: Giancarlo Bosetti
Production and text editing: Nina zu Fürstenberg
Video: Adam Khalil
Video editing: Anna Fanuele