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2011
February 11
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Kim Knott
March 4
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦
Jeff Spinner-Halev
March 31-April 2
Workshop ♦ Sexual Diversity and Religious Diversity
September 23
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦
Gérard Bouchard
November 4
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦
James Beckford
November 10
Lecture ♦ Distinguished Visiting Researcher ♦ Andrew Kam-Tuck Yip
December 8
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦
Daniel Boyarin



Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Kim Knott ♦ February 11, 2011
Spaces of Religious Diversity and Encounter: Research, agenda-setting and policy intervention



Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Jeff Spinner-Halev ♦ March 4, 2011
Religiously Justified Discrimination



Workshop ♦ Sexual Diversity and Religious Diversity
March 31-April 2, 2011


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Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Gérard Bouchard ♦ September 23, 2011
Interculturalism and the Management of Ethno-Cultural Diversity in Québec



Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
James Beckford ♦ November 4, 2011
Religious freedom, religious diversity, and prisons



Lecture ♦ Distinguished Visiting Researcher Lecture
Andrew Kam-Tuck Yip ♦ November 10, 2011
Meanings and Connections: A Multi-faith Exploration of Young Religious Believers



Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Daniel Boyarin ♦ December 8, 2011
Nominalist "Judaism" and the Late-Ancient Invention of Religion


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