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Month: February 2014

Summer Graduate Studies in Religion and Global Politics at John Cabot University

Summer Graduate Studies in Religion and Global Politics at John Cabot University

Summer Graduate Studies in Religion and Global Politics at John Cabot University Funded with a grant from the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) 19 May – 20 June 2014 The Summer School features: A graduate seminar on Religion and Global Politics (PL 529 is a 6 ECTS or 3 US credit course) which examines the topic from the perspectives of philosophy, law and empirical political science. Students will attend regular tutorials with one of the program’s lecturers. Visits to…

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Cfp: Rethinking Political Catholicism

Cfp: Rethinking Political Catholicism

Call for Papers – Rethinking Political Catholicism: Empirical and Normative Perspectives Rethinking Political Catholicism International Conference John Cabot University Rome, May 22-23, 2014 Call for Papers Although the study of religion and politics has blossomed over the past decade, the normative debates over the appropriate place of religion in modern democracies often remain divorced from the study of the actual practices and meanings of religion in these democracies. Consequently, many new normative concepts and arguments have not filtered down to…

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Summer Graduate Studies in Religion and Global Politics

Summer Graduate Studies in Religion and Global Politics

Summer Graduate Studies in Religion and Global Politics at John Cabot University Funded with a grant from the European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) 19 May – 20 June 2014 The Summer School features: A graduate seminar on Religion and Global Politics (PL 529 is a 6 ECTS or 3 US credit course) which examines the topic from the perspectives of philosophy, law and empirical political science. Students will attend regular tutorials with one of the program’s lecturers. Visits to…

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