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2016
January 28
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Mary Jo Neitz
February 11, 2016
Lecture ♦ Building Bridges: Lunch and Learn ♦ Guy Consolmagno

August 19-21, 2016

78th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion

September 13-14, 2016

Workshop ♦ When Prayers Are Not Enough: Religion, Gender and Family Violence Workshop ♦ Nancy Nason-Clark and Cathy Holtman

September 29, 2016

Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Robert Orsi

October 13, 2016

Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Shekhar Hattangadi





 

 


Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory 
Mary Jo Neitz ♦ University of Ottawa
January 28, 2016
Religion and Emotion: Advancing a New Framework for Understanding Religious Cultures





Lecture ♦ Building Bridges: Lunch and Learn
Guy Consolmagno ♦ University of Ottawa
February 11, 2016
God's Mechanics: The Religious Life of Techies




78th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion
Seattle, Washington
August 19–21, 2016
Exploring Diversity: Varieties of Religion and Nonreligion






Workshop ♦ When Prayers Are Not Enough: Religion, Gender and Family Violence
Nancy Nason-Clark and Cathy Holtman
September 13-14, 2016







Critical Thinkers Lecture ♦ What is Catholic About the Clergy Sexual Abuse Crisis? 
Robert Orsi
September 29, 2016







Critical Thinkers Lecture ♦ India's Religious Suicides’ and the Legal-Secular Question
Shekhar Hattangadi
October 13, 2016



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