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2013

January 31
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Anna Tsing
March 7
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Grace Davie
March 21
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Tariq Modood
September 5
Lecture ♦ Building Bridges: Lunch and Learn ♦ Sarah-Jane Page
October 24
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Paula Fredriksen
October 31
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Linda Woodhead
October 31
Annual Team Meeting ♦ Religion and Diversity Project 2013

November 4
Public Lecture ♦ Adam Dinham
November 4-5
Graduate Student Workshop ♦ Religion and Diversity Project ♦ Series 2, Session 1
    
November 4-6
Workshop ♦ Whose Religion?: Education about Religion in Public Schools




Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Anna Tsing ♦ January 31, 2013
Critical Description after Progress: Recognizing Diversity in Damaged Times



 Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Grace Davie ♦ March 7, 2013
A European Perspective on Religion and Welfare:  Connections, Reflections and Extensions



Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Tariq Modood ♦ March 21, 2013
Is Multicultural Equality Compatible with an Established Religion or Religions?



Lecture ♦ Building Bridges: Lunch and Learn
Sarah-Jane Page ♦ September 5, 2013
Gender Equality' as Empty Signifier? Understanding Perceptions of the Gendered Division
of Labour from Religious Young Adults Living in the UK


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Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Paula Fredriksen ♦ October 24, 2013
Paul, Practical Pluralism, and the Invention of Religious Persecution in Roman Antiquity



Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Linda Woodhead ♦ October 31, 2013
Four Reasons why Religion has Changed and Will Never be the Same Again



Annual Team MeetingReligion and Diversity Project 2013
October 31-November 1, 2013
A Cultural Divide?



Public Lecture
Adam Dinham ♦ November 4, 2013
Religious Literacy Recovered: Talking Well About Religion After a Century of Secularism



Graduate Student Workshop ♦ Religion and Diversity Project ♦ Series 2, Session 1
November 4-5, 2013
Intellectual directions and research design



Workshop ♦ Whose Religion?: Education about Religion in Public Schools
November 4-6, 2013


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Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs

Le Berkley Center at Georgetown University a été créé au sein du bureau de John J. DeGioia, Président de Georgetown, en mars 2006. Le centre a été conçu afin de miser sur les forces de Georgetown: l'excellence académique; son emplacement à Washington, DC; sa portée internationale et sa tradition catholique et jésuite d'ouverture aux autres religions et au vaste monde séculier. Le généreux soutien de William R. Berkley, un membre du conseil d'administration de l'université, a permis la croissance rapide du centre.

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Research Centres

The Project is happy to provide information about research centres, initiatives and projects across Canada and beyond that are focusing on the examination of religion, diversity, pluralism and society through its “Research Centres” page. Led by our Team Member Pamela Klassen and housed at the University of Toronto, the mandate of the Religion in the Public Sphere initiative is to examine how religion manifests in public spaces, institutions, and interactions, and consider the challenges and possibilities of religious diversity in Toronto and around the globe. To learn more about this initiative, please click here.