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2014

January 16
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Michèle Lamont

February 26
Lecture ♦ Building Bridges: Lunch and Learn ♦ Tayyibah Taylor

March 20
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Paula Montero

April 3
Lecture ♦ Building Bridges: Lunch and Learn ♦ Erin Wilson

May 8-9
Workshop ♦ Religion and Diversity Project Graduate Student Workshop 2:2
September 29
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Dietrich Jung

October 16
Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers ♦ Elisabeth Arweck




Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory Lecture
Michèle Lamont ♦ January 16, 2014
Groupness and the Fight for Respect: Responses to Stigmatization among African-Americans, Black Brazilians,
Ethiopian Jews, Mizrachis, and Arab Israelis



Lecture ♦ Building Bridges: Lunch and Learn
Tayyibah TaylorFebruary 26, 2014




Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Paula Montero ♦ March 20, 2014
Secularism’s Dependency, Religion’s Necessity




Lecture ♦ Building Bridges: Lunch and Learn
Erin Wilson ♦ April 3, 2014
"But that's culture, not religion": the politics of Christianity as cultural heritage


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Workshop ♦ Religion and Diversity Project Graduate Student Workshop, Series 2, Session 2
Facilitated by Grace Davie ♦ May 8-9, 2014
Knowledge Transfer




Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Dietrich Jung ♦ September 29, 2014
Constructing Islamic Modernities: Identity, Social Order and Religious Traditions




Lecture ♦ Critical Thinkers in Religion, Law and Social Theory
Elisabeth Arweck ♦ October 16, 2014
Religious Diversity in the UK: How the Attitudes and Views of 13–16-Year-Old Students
Interact with their Own (Non-)Religious Identities


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