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[Image] The conference was held at St John's, Cambridge University

New Forms of Public Religion

05 September 12

Wednesday 5th to Friday 7th September 2012, St John’s College, University of Cambridge

The fact that religion has not privatised, but remains an important aspect of public life, is now well recognised. But talk of ‘public religion’ can be vague and unfocused. The aim of this conference was to explore – with new findings – the forms which public religion is taking today, not only in the West, but elsewhere in an increasingly connected world. It showcased projects funded by the Religion and Society Programme and the SSHRC (Canada) Religion and Diversity Project, alongside other new research in this area.

Click on the surnames listed below to access podcasts from a selection of the presentations (organised by stream and surname) and download the programme and book of abstracts at the bottom of this page.

Plenary1

Woodhead intro

 

Beaman

 

Hoover

 

McGuire

 

Sullivan

 

Questions

Plenary 2

Woodhead

Plenary 3

Woodhead intro

 

Clarke

 

James

 

Questions

Plenary 4

Beaman

 

Davie

 

Spickard

 

Questions

Market and Globalisation

Beyer

Gray

Lehmann and Iqtidar

Obrovská

Pimlott

 

Ringvee

Vanderbeck and Valentine

Wilkinson and Reimer

Religion and Education

Bouma

 

Burden

Conroy

Dinham

Guest and Warner

Jackson, Arweck and Francis

Mawhinney and Richardson

Pike

Religion and Law

D’Auria

Douglas

Moon

Richardson

Religion and Politics

Carrette, Miall and Trigeaud

Mosse

O’Toole and DeHanas

Weller and Contractor

Religion and Violence

Gregory and Cunningham

Harris

Manders

Nason-Clark

Dickey Young

Religion, Health and Welfare

Gilliat-Ray, Pattison and Ali

Griera

Johnsen

Todd

Religion in Public Space

Baker

Brand and Crompton

Connelly

McLoughlin

Mitchell

Religion, Media and Civil Society

Bădică

Knott

Landau

 

Associated file:
NFPR September 2012 Programme and Abstracts.pdf

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