8th International Conference for Postgraduate Students in Religious Studies : Religion in Public Sphere. State, Culture & Society
Sherbrooke, QC (Canada)
Organization: University of Sherbrooke
The 8th international conference for postgraduate students in Religious Studies will be an opportunity to deepen the notion of public space. This notion has been used in quite a diverse way since J. Habermas defined it, included in Religious Studies (see C. Taylor, J. Casanova for example).
This conference is open to all students and young researchers (master’s, PhD and post doctorate), in a multidisciplinary perspective (law, economics, history, geography, sociology, anthropology, urbanism, political science, literature ...). As an indication, but not a limitation, the proposals may be related to the following themes:
- Law and religion
- Religion, political power, legal sphere
- Religion and territories
- Religion and transformation of society
- Religion, Feminist Studies and Gender Issues
- Religion, immigration and ethnicity
- Religious diversity and secularism
- Faith and transformation of the community
- Spiritual experiences
- Believing without belonging;
- Christianity and liberation
The conference will be held on April 25 and 26, 2019 at the Center for Contemporary Religious Studies at the Université de Sherbrooke (Main Campus), QC, Canada.
Proposals for papers (English or French) must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org (Arctus : Student Association for the Study of Contemporary Religious and Theology) no later than Monday, February 11, 2019.
The acceptance of the communication proposals will be notified to the speakers on February 28, 2019.
Each communication proposal should include:
1) The author’s name, first name and e-mail
2) The name of university and program
3) The title of the proposal
4) An abstract of no more than 200 words (objective, methodology, results).
The proceedings of the conference will be published following the event.
Prof. David Koussens; Corentin Navennec; Sara Teinturier, PhD; Maxime Lemire
Maxime G. Lemire