Questions for David Kertzer

Brown historian sheds light on forgotten papal history

In his new book "The Pope Who Would Be King," Brown alumnus and social science professor David Kertzer details a major turning point in the history of the Catholic Church.
From the Magazine

Engaged scholars take action through academics

Through Brown's Engaged Scholars program, students use lessons from the classroom to protect the environment, teach teens about sexual health and make connections between ancient and contemporary civilizations.
Summer Experiences

Michael Fuller: Fighting for incarcerated mothers

Michael Fuller, a rising senior, is one among a handful of Brown students interning for nonprofit organizations in Oklahoma this summer as part of the Brown in Tulsa Kaiser Fellowship Program.
Summer Experiences

Sarah Bawabe: Untangling the fabric of the universe

Using pencil, paper and computer, rising sophomore Sarah Bawabe is spending the summer working side-by-side with Professor S. James Gates Jr. on some of the biggest questions in theoretical physics.

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