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Call for papers: Religions, populism and political parties

Call for papers: Religions, populism and political parties

Call for papers: Panel on “Religions, populism and political parties” Convenors: Luca Ozzano (University of Turin, luca.ozzano@unito.it) and Pierre Baudry (École pratique des Hautes Études/CNRS, pierre.baudry@etu.ephe.fr) Conference of the Italian Political Science Association (SISP), University of Turin, 6-8 September 2018. PANEL ABSTRACT: To explain the formation and the persistence of political parties in Europe, political science has mainly focused on four social cleavages rooted in European history: among them, a religious/secular cleavage created by the birth of the modern national…

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Call for papers: “Religion and Political Parties in Contemporary Democracies” (ECPR General Conference, Hamburg, 22-25 August 2018)

Call for papers: “Religion and Political Parties in Contemporary Democracies” (ECPR General Conference, Hamburg, 22-25 August 2018)

Call for papers Panel on “Religion and Political Parties in Contemporary Democracies” Convenor: Luca Ozzano, University of Turin, luca.ozzano@unito.it ECPR General Conference, Hamburg, 22-25 August 2018, https://ecpr.eu/Events/EventDetails.aspx?EventID=115 Section on “Revisiting Religion and Politics Research: Achievements, Critique, Future Questions” (Convenors Anja Hennig and Luca Ozzano) Abstract: The role of religion in contemporary democracies has been for decades neglected by mainstream political science. Although in the 2000s and 2010s many authoritative works have started to cast light on this field, the state…

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Call for papers: Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network 5th International Conference

Call for papers: Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network 5th International Conference

Call for Papers| 5-6 July 2018, King’s College London Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network 5th International Conference Worldviews in World View: Particularizing Secularism, Secularity and Nonreligion Convener: Dr Stacey Gutkowski, King’s College London Conference Assistants: Yosr Ben Slima and Sam Jeffery In his Formations of the Secular, Talal Asad called on researchers to attend to the nuanced, case-specific, historical processes whereby conceptual binaries are established and mobilized towards the formation of the ‘secular’ as a modern epistemic category and ‘secularism’…

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Cfp: Religion and the Rise of Populism

Cfp: Religion and the Rise of Populism

http://explore.tandfonline.com/cfp/pgas/crss-call-for-papers-religion-rise-populism The editors of the journal Religion, State and Society are pleased to invite contributions to a special issue, slated for publication in early 2018. The special issue will investigate the roles of religion in recent trends towards populist politics, in particular as manifested in public reactions to migration, the rise of new nationalisms, and the increasing prominence of radicalism. Growing evidence suggests that these developments are taking centre stage throughout the world, set in a wider context of global…

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Cfp: Religion and Gender in Migration to and from Central and Eastern Europe

Cfp: Religion and Gender in Migration to and from Central and Eastern Europe

The ‘Central and Eastern European Migration Review’ invites researchers, scholars and authors to submit their articles to Special Issue: Religion and Gender in Migration to and from Central and Eastern Europe. Guest editors: Katarzyna Leszczyńska, Faculty of Humanities, AGH University of Science and Technology Sylwia Urbańska, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw Katarzyna Zielińska, Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University Despite the dynamic development of migration studies in recent decades, the interplay between gender and religion in their impact on migratory…

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Call for papers: Anarchism and Religion

Call for papers: Anarchism and Religion

CALL FOR PAPERS Anarchism and Religion: Broadening the Focus Anarchist Studies Network 4th International Conference Loughborough University 14-16 September 2016 The intersection of anarchism and religion has provided a fertile field of intellectual inquiry. Some publications have focused on traditional anarchist quarrels with religion and its institutions; others have elaborated and discussed anarchist exegesis of religious scripture; others yet have articulated theological reflections with an anarchist angle; and others still have studied the histories of specific religious anarchist thinkers, communities…

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Conference on Populisms and Religion in Europe

Conference on Populisms and Religion in Europe

2nd conference concerning the Populism in Europe, part of our research funded notably by the Council of Europe. POPULISM(S) & RELIGION(S) IN EUROPE POSTGRADUATE SEMINAR SERIES- IPSE DOCTORAL SCHOOL 2015-2016 3-4 JUNE 2016 Collège des Bernardins, 20 rue de Poissy, 75005 Paris The third and last international conference will be held in November 2016 at the University of Luxembourg with the research question on Populisms and Economy in Europe. The conference proceedings will be published in winter 2016-17 in the…

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Call for papers: “European Secularization: Views from Turkey and Israel” (ECPR conference, Prague 2016)

Call for papers: “European Secularization: Views from Turkey and Israel” (ECPR conference, Prague 2016)

Call for papers for the ECPR general conference 2016 in Prague for the section: Religious and Political Affiliation in Comparative European Perspective”, for a prospective panel entitled “European Secularization: Views from Turkey and Israel”. Turkey and Israel can be described as diametrically opposed, a secular state “imposed” on a religious population (Turkey) and a religious state imposed on a secular population (Israel). But, in fact both countries engage with questions regarding the role of religion in public and private lives…

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Call for Papers: Religion, Gender, and Sexual Citizenship

Call for Papers: Religion, Gender, and Sexual Citizenship

Call for Papers Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais Editors: Ana Cristina Santos, Teresa Toldy, Alberta Giorgi Deadline for submission: 17 July 2015 Religion plays an important role in contemporary societies and in different geographical contexts. Debates on bioethics, gender relations, sexual and reproductive rights, among others, show the centrality of the religious position, which is in dialogue with, or opposed to, human rights and intimate citizenship issues. At the crossroad of these perspectives, in recent years many controversial topics came…

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International Workshops: Is secularism bad for women? Women and Religion in Multicultural Europe

International Workshops: Is secularism bad for women? Women and Religion in Multicultural Europe

International Workshops: Is secularism bad for women? Women and Religion in Multicultural Europe How can societies secure religious women’s freedom and flourishing? What political arrangements offer the most to those who are religious and female? Given the increased visibility of religion in the globalized world of the 21st century, these questions demand urgent answers. Frequently, the rights of women and religious people are pitted against each other. Laws, policies and practices are advocated that will help either those of faith,…

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