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Prof. Liz Bucar in The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal‘s “Devotion, as Defined by an Olympian, a Former Monk and a Religious Ethicist”, features the perspective of five different people on the topic of devotion. One of the individuals highlighted, the aforementioned religions ethicist, is Northeastern University’s Professor Liz Bucar (religion, WGSS affiliated faculty). Professor Bucar writes, “Devotion is work, a work of constantly interpreting and reinterpreting.”

Read more of Professor Bucar’s words in The Wall Street Journal here!

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