What is genuine dialogue? What can we learn from Daisaku Ikeda’s dialogic ethos? Tune in to The Dialogue Studio to hear what members of our community have learned about questions such as these as they pursue dialogue in their daily lives.
This month, we are joined by Andrea (Andy) Rehani, who is an Assyrian-Iraqi-American writer of poetry and prose. Her writing has been published in Grist: A Journal of the Literary Arts, MAKE: A Literary Magazine, and elsewhere.
In this episode, host Lillian I welcomes back Center staff Anri Tanabe and Preandra Noel to share reflections on Daisaku Ikeda’s 2022 Peace Proposal, “Transforming Human History: The Light of Peace and Dignity.”
In this first episode of the new year, host Lillian I speaks with two members of the Center’s youth steering committee, Anna Lane and Jason Henriksen. They share their perspectives on how dialogue can help us navigate the many challenges we are currently facing.
In this special, end-of-the-year episode, host Lillian I looks back on the first season of the Dialogue Studio with her colleagues Anri Tanabe and Preandra Noel. In addition to sharing highlights from 2021, they share their hopes for 2022.
In this episode of the Dialogue Studio, host Lillian I speaks with Ikeda Center youth committee members Ana Pediet and Isaiah Moon about their experiences attending the Center’s Dialogue Nights event series, which launched in 2017.
In this special episode of the Dialogue Studio, host Lillian I speaks with recently appointed Executive Director Kevin Maher about the Center’s work and mission, memorable moments from his 19 years at the Center, how dialogue has played a role in his life, and much more.
In this episode, host Lillian I continues her conversations with individuals who participated in a 6-month long dialogue project the Ikeda Center organized in 2019. This time, Lillian speaks with not one but two of the participants: graduate student Julie Olesky and Dr. Catia Confortini of Wellesley College.
In this episode, host Lillian I continues her dialogues with youth who participated in a 6-month long dialogue project the Ikeda Center organized in 2019. This time, she speaks with Ikeda Center Youth Committee member Burcu Gulec, who is a singer, composer, and improviser.
In this episode of the Dialogue Studio, host Lillian I speaks with Ikeda Center Youth Committee member Nandini Choudhury about her experience participating in a 6-month long dialogue project the Ikeda Center organized in 2019.
In this first episode, Dialogue Studio host Lillian I kicks off the series with an introduction to the Ikeda Center: its work, mission, and founder Daisaku Ikeda. Lillian then explores Mr. Ikeda’s dialogue philosophy, unpacking what it means for us as a Center and why Mr. Ikeda believes that dialogue is the surest path to peace.