Reimagining Religion 2018: The Future of Religion Storytelling in Mainstream Media with Jason DeRose
Featuring a conversation with NPR’s Western Bureau Chief Jason DeRose moderated by USC’s Diane Winston, the closing plenary asks, “What does the future of storytelling about religion look like?”
Change and diversity seem to be the only constants in today’s religious landscape. What is emerging in terms of the forms of new community? What are the advances in storytelling that treat the human situation authentically in both sacred and secular spheres?
This session was part of Reimagining Religion 2018: New Stories, New Communities, a conference hosted at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism by the Knight Program for Media and Religion, along with Religion Communicators Council, Religion News Association, the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture, Claremont School of Theology and First United Methodist Church of Los Angeles.
For more information, visit http://crcc.usc.edu/reimagining-religion-2018.