Contributor

M. Christian Green

Centre for the Study of Law and Religion, Senior Fellow & Emory University, Editor at the Journal of Law and Religion

M. Christian Green holds degrees from Georgetown University in history and government, Emory University in law and theology, and the University of Chicago in religion and ethics. She has been a researcher for the Religion, Culture, and Family Project at the University of Chicago, the Park Ridge Centre for the Study of Health, Faith, and Ethics in Chicago, and the Centre for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory, and has taught in the areas of religion and ethics at DePaul University, Harvard Divinity School, and the Candler School of Theology at Emory. A visiting research fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, during the 2010-2011 academic year, she is currently religion book review editor for the Journal of Law and Religion, editor of the website "Shari'a, Family, and Democracy in Nigeria and Beyond," and is currently writing on religion and human rights, law and religion in Africa, feminism and third generation human rights, and the ethics of bystanders and humanitarians.

M. Christian Green's research interests include law and religion, human rights, feminism and the family, bioethics, and religion and international affairs.

Contributions

Opinion

M. Christian Green on... 'Religionising' Conflict

M Christian Green speaks about what it means to understand a conflict as religious, and how this can help policy making and peacebuilding.

M. Christian Green

12 Mar 2015

Opinion

What’s “Religious” About the CAR Crisis?

With the arrival this week of UN peacekeeping forces in the Central African Republic, M. Christian Green looks at the motivations and drivers of a conflict that is so often characterised as being divided along religious lines.

M. Christian Green

18 Sep 2014

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