Our Team Members Valérie Amiraux, Jean-François Gaudreault-DesBiens and Pascale Fournier are co-organising a lecture series entitled "Lectures radicales" that began in the fall of 2015. The lectures feature speakers from the academic, artistic, journalistic and political world that discuss the work that had the most influence on their thoughts. The first lecture of the series was given by Jacques Berlinerblau on October 5, 2015. For more information, please click here.
We would like to congratulate our Project Director Lori G. Beaman who was elected a Fellow of the Academy of the Arts and Humanities of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC). Lori is internationally recognised for her interdisciplinary, comparative and collaborative research on religion and diversity in Canadian society. For more information, please click here.
We invite you to read an interview with our Team Member Solange Lefebvre that was conducted by Dominique Nancy of the University of Montréal's Journal Forum. In this interview, Solange discusses the increasing presence of the religious in the political world and in the discourse of politicians. To read what she has to say, please click here (French).
As part of her project "La religion en miniature : chroniques radiophoniques", our Team Member Barbara Thériault presented a radio segment entitled "La disparition du petit bouddha au salon de coiffure" that was aired on June 11, 2015, on the show L’été dans notre cour hosted by Marie-Laurence Paré on CBL 101.5. Her second segment on the "religion en miniature" was aired on July 30, 2015. To listen to Barbara, please click here. September 25, 2015