Please find below a list of the research centres in the Prairies
Chester Ronning Centre for the Study of Religion and Public Life
Hosted at the University of Alberta's Agustana Campus, the Chester Ronning Center for the Study of Religion and Public Life aims to cultivate a deep understanding of issues and themes at the intersection of religion, faith and public life and, to do so in the public sphere and in religious spheres. Our mission is to nurture a hospitable context that brings forward the finest thinking of women and men of faith and the depth and texture of their traditions in conversation with public intellectuals and various secular ideologies on the nature and shape of public life in our age of pluralism.
Our Goal: To focus the work of scholars on issues and themes where religion, faith and public life intersect and to nurture the public conversation as well as religious understanding of these issues and themes. Generally the Chester Ronning Center is an institution that facilitates conversation, lectures, conferences, and seminars on religion and public life.
The Ridd Institute for Religion and Global Policy
The Ridd Institute for Religion & Global Policy at the University of Winnipeg offers a nexus through which scholars and practitioners from many different religious traditions may address issues of global policy together, testing the ways that religion proves to be good, bad or indifferent in a variety of contexts.
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Team Members' Publications
Numerous publications including books, edited volumes, journal articles, and reports have been written or edited by our Religion and Diversity Project team members. Please visit our recently updated “Team Members' Publications” page to obtain a detailed list of these publications and their bibliographic references.
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