- Charles Long, Emeritus Professor of Religion, University of California, Santa Barbara - “Critical Perspectives on the Study of Religion in the 21st Century”
- A Debate with Thomas J. J. Altizer and John D. Caputo - "The Death of God vs. the Desire for God"
- Jan Willis, Professor of Religion, Wesleyan University - “Dreaming of Me: An African-American Woman’s Spiritual Journey”
- Chris Hedges, Pulitzer prize-winning war correspondent - “War is a Force that Gives us Meaning”
- Jeffrey Stout, Professor of Religion, Princeton University - “The Spirit of Democracy”
- Alan Wolfe, Professor of Political Science, Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life, Boston College - “The Future of the American Culture War”
- Catherine Keller, Professor of Constructive Theology, Drew University - “The Dare of Democracy: Faith, Fear and Freedom”
- A Conversation with Gianni Vattimo on “Nihilism and Democracy”
- Arvind-Pal Mandair, S.C.S.B. Endowed Professor of Sikh Studies, The University of Michigan - “Religion, Secularism, and Democracy in India”
- A Conversation with Slavoj Zizek on “The Post-Human Condition”
- H. Peter Steeves, Professor of Philosophy, DePaul University in Chicago, Ill. - “The Wired for War Show”
- A Conversation with Philip Goodchild on "Religion and Capitalism”
- John Caputo, Thomas J. Watson Professor of Religion Emeritus at Syracuse University, on "The Future of Continental Philosophy of Religion”
- Catherine Malabou on "What is a Pyschic Event? The New Materialism and Neruo-philosophy”
- George Yancy, Professor of Philosophy at Duquesne University, on "Teaching about Race in a Predominantly White Classroom"
- Eric G. Wilson, Professor of English at Wake Forest University, on "Against Happiness"
- Christine Vitrano, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Brooklyn College, on "A Conversation about Happiness"
- Graham Harman, Distinguished University Professor at the American University in Cairo, on "Speculative Realism and Contemporary Philosophy”
- Monica Coleman, Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American
Religions at Claremont School of Theology, on "Understanding Religious Outsiders: How
Process Thought Draws the Circle Wider "
- J. Kameron Carter, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Black Church Studies, on "Postracial Blues: Religion and Race in Contemporary America"
- Mary-Jane Rubenstein, Associate Professor of Religion at Wesleyan University, on "Pan(iced)theism: On God and Gender.”
- Sokthan Yeng, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Adelphi University, on "Luce Irigaray's Mediations on Sexual Difference”