Religion and Political Thought: The Copenhagen Conference

Coming up this weekend and I can’t wait for this one:

RELIGION AND POLITICAL THOUGHT

COPENHAGEN 24-25 September 2010

PROGRAM

Friday September 24, 2010

0900-1030:      Keynote: Yang Huilin (Renmin University, China)

Break

1100-1230:       Reports: 20 minutes each

China: Philip Chia and Kenpa Chin (Chinese University of Hong King and Chung Yuan Christian University)

Finland: Mika Ojakangas (University of Helsinki)

Sweden: Hanna Stenström (Church of Sweden Research Unit, Oslo)

USA: Brian Britt and Janell Watson (Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, USA)

1230-1330:       Lunch

1330-1500:       Paper session: 20 minutes each

Tatiana Senyushkina (Taurida National University, Sevastopol, Ukraine)

Jorunn Økland (Centre for Gender Research, University of Oslo)

Mislav Kukoč (University of Split, Croatia)

Carsten Pallesen (University of Copenhagen)

Break

1530-1700:       Paper session: 20 minutes each

James Crossley (University of Sheffield)

Yvonne Sherwood (University of Glasgow)

Milena Kirova (University of Sofia)

Sara Farris (University of Amsterdam)

1800:                  Dinner for workshop participants

Saturday September 25, 2010

0930-1030:      Public lecture:

Jean-Michel Rey (University of Paris VIII – in French)

Break

1100-1230:       Paper session: 20 minutes each

Troels Engberg-Pedersen (University of Copenhagen)

Roland Boer (University of Newcastle, Australia)

Ward Blanton (University of Glasgow)

Philip Goodchild (University of Nottingham)

1230-1400:       Lunch

1400-1530:       Future plans: conferences, publications, local research projects.

Dinner

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