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Lunchseminarium: Religion-based ‘Personal’ Law, Legal Pluralism and Secularity: A Field-view of Adjudication of Muslim Personal Law in India
Ms Ghosh will make a presentation based on work for her Phd (recently submitted at Humanities and Social Sciences Department of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur).
Migration, Religion and Existential Wellbeing
Open Lecture: Understanding African Pentecostalism in Europe in the Discontinuity Continuity Debate
Discussion about whether African Pentecostalism represents “a complete break with the past” or continues with little change to ancient beliefs, often leads to misunderstandings, particularly when African Pentecostals encounter European Christianity.
Lunchseminarium: The Discursive Study of Religion: How to Do It?
Dr. Hjelm has written several books concerning perspectives of popular culture and social attitudes towards religion and has taught and written extensively on Social constructivism and discourse analysis.
Mänskliga rättigheter i det lokala Sverige - Human Rights in local Sweden
Observing Lived Religious Practice: Where We Stand and What We See
(CRS) Collaboration Day 2020
Open Lecture by Stefan Jonsson
CANCELLED! Open Lecture: Declining Christianity - How Women Shaped the Fading Future of the Church
Professor Abby Day is a leading researcher within the sociology of religion with a focus on developing new methods and theories for the study of religion and belief as part of everyday practices and in interaction with ethnicity, culture and gender. She has been invited to lecture on her recent publication The Religious Lives of Older Laywomen: The Last Active Anglican Generation (2017). OUP.
CANCELLED! Why Religion? Towards a Critical Philosophy of Law, Peace and God