Orthodoxy, Islam and Religious Intolerance in Russia
"Orthodoxy, Islam and Religious Intolerance in Russia" was presented by Vyacheslav Karpov, an Associate Professor at Western Michigan University. His current resea rch focuses on religion, moral values and tolerance in Russia, the United States, and other societies. Karpov has also researched and published work on post-communist political and educational change. Presently, he is serving as the Principal Investigator of a collaborative international survey-research project entitled "Religious Intolerance among Orthodox Christians and Muslims in Russia" which is funded by the National Council for East European and Eurasian Research. Prior to coming to the Un ited States in 1990, Karpov had lived, studied and worked in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Karpov, Vyacheslav, "Orthodoxy, Islam and Religious Intolerance in Russia" (2006). Henry Institute Recordings. 18.