The worldwide pandemic has laid bare the existential challenges of our time, including systemic racism, economic inequality and environmental collapse. There are calls to rethink our political systems and social relations. What might this new world look like? Must it be founded on fundamentally different values and assumptions? A panel that includes Esi Edugyan, Noam Chomsky, Miroslav Volf, Thomas Homer-Dixon and Linda Woodhead convenes to discuss.
The John Albert Hall Lectures are a
collaboration between the Anglican Diocese of Islands and Inlets of British Columbia and the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society at the University of Victoria