R. Charles Weller

R. Charles Weller


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R. Charles Weller

R. Charles Weller earned his Ph.D. from Kazakh National University during eight total years of residence in Central Asia doing nonprofit research and educational work. He is a clinical assistant professor of history at Washington State University and visiting researcher at the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (ACMCU) at Georgetown University (rc.weller@wsu.edu).


R. Charles Weller earned his Ph.D. from Kazakh National University during eight total years of residence in Central Asia doing nonprofit research and educational work. He is a clinical assistant professor of history at Washington State University and visiting researcher at the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (ACMCU) at Georgetown University (rc.weller@wsu.edu).



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Overturning Civil Rights?

Notwithstanding ebbs and flows, as well as variation across regions, opposition to racism, ethnocentrism and nationalism


Notwithstanding ebbs and flows, as well as variation across regions, opposition to racism, ethnocentrism and nationalism continued to mount from World War II down to 9/11, at least within the Western world. This environment, enhanced by the end of the Cold War, which brought a sudden surge of globalization across a vast international space of […]

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The Muslims and Their Lies?

In 1543, German Reformation leader Martin Luther published a pamphlet titled On the Jews and Their Lies. As reflected i


In 1543, German Reformation leader Martin Luther published a pamphlet titled On the Jews and Their Lies. As reflected in the title, one cardinal tenet underlying Luther’s work was that Jews, by the inherent nature of their faith, could not be trusted. They were, in Luther’s estimation, a threat to the well-being of society and should […]