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There is now a Charles Taylor YouTube channel that has collected together all YouTube videos found in the bibliography.

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As of 2013, Ruth Abbey has handed over primariy responsibilties for updating and maintaining the bibliography to Dr. Bradley Thames (University of St. Thomas), who has been assisting her with it since 2008. Dr. Abbey will continue to provide hosting space and remain in an advisory role, but please send all future comments, corrections, updates, and other issues regarding the website to him.

We'd especially be interested in cleaning house a bit, partly by removing entiries that have no or minimal engagement with Taylor's thought. We also would like to add links and abstracts where available. If you have anything to pass along in this regard, we'd appreciate it.

We have recently updated the secondary bibliography by making it possible to sort entries by date as well as alphabetically. Also, we have added a page that brings together all of the essay collections (books and journal issues) dedicated to CT's thought. Hopefully each of these will enhance the functionality of the site.

Other announcements:

Professor Charles Taylor honoured at Encaenia. Updated 15 January 2013

Older News & Announcements

On October 4, 2016, Charles Taylor was named the first winner of the Berggruen Prize. "The $1 million award from the Berggruen Institute will be given annually to a thinker whose ideas are of broad significance for shaping human self-understanding and the advancement of humanity." See the announcement here.
Immanent Frame: http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2016/10/12/charles-taylor-wins-berggruen-prize/
CBC News: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/charles-taylor-mcgill-bergguren-prize-1.3792438
New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/05/books/canadian-philosopher-wins-1-million-prize.html?_r=1

UPDATE (8/16/17): Photos from the Gala in honor of Taylor can be found here: http://www.gettyimages.com/event/berggruen-prize-gala-honoring-philosopher-charles-taylor-685293705#philosopher-charles-taylor-attends-the-berggruen-prize-gala-honoring-picture-id627120074

On December 1, 2015, Taylor delivered the Québec Annual Lecture hosted by the LSE Institute of Public Affairs. Information, including links to autio and video of the lectures, can be found here.

On April 28, 2016, Taylor gave a lecture at the Sydney Opera House entitled, "Secularism and Multiculturalism". The lecture launched the Insistute for Social Justice at Australian Catholic University.

During his visit, Taylor also gave two other lectiures at ACU: "The Language Animal" on 22 April and "Secularism and Religious and Spiritual Forms of Belonging" on 29 April. He also gave several interviews, which can be found below in the updates.

Call for Papers: Ethics and Ontology. The Moral Phenomenology of Charles Taylor. The conference theme is Taylor's little known paper "Ethics and Ontology" (2003) and its topic of the relationship between ethical beliefs and ontological views. Papers on both on Taylor's article and related topics in the fields of phenomenology, ethics, and ontology are welcome. See the CFP here.

On September 29, 2015, Taylor and Jürgen Habermas received the John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity awarded by the Library of Congress. More information here.

On June 1, 2015, Taylor will deliver the Inaugural Lecture of the GOA Crisis of Religion Lecture Series at The University of Leuven. More information here.

In April 2015, Taylor was appointed Fellow at The Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion. More info here.

In March 2015, the Broadbend Institute gave Taylor the inagural awared named in his honor, The Charles Taylor Prize for Excellence in Policy Research. This award will recognize the person or organization that has advanced an exciting and innovative policy solution aimed at making Canada a more equal, sustainable and democratic country. Read about it here.

On March 5, 2015, Taylor delivered the keynote address at the Rome Conference on Church Renewal in a Secular Age. Find information and links to a stream of the conference here: http://www.crvp.org/conf/2015/rome.html.

The 2014 meeting of the Polanyi Society was dedicated to the intersection of Taylor's thought with that of Michael Polanyi. More info here.

In November 2014,Taylor received the 2014 Martin E. Marty Award for the Public Understanding of Religion from the American Academy of Religion. See announcement here.

In May Taylor gave the 2014 Firth Lectures at the University of Nottingham. See the announcement here and the videos below.