The conference will be held over three days, 7-9 September 2015, and consists of optional panels, plenary sessions, roundtable discussions. Please browse the dropdown menus to view the daily programmes. Topics to be discussed include:

  • Religion, Globalization and Theory
  • Evangelicals & Global Christianities
  • Religion, Ethics and Policy
  • Religion in Time, Space and Place
  • Asia, Religion and Global Issues
  • Religion in the Public Square
  • Religion, Ethics, and Economic Life
  • Defining Religion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
  • The Future of Religious Studies
  • Global Bodies, Sexuality & Religion
  • Religion and Non-religion in London: Class and Power in the Secular City
  • Global Positions of Yoga
  • Religion and Economy
  • Local and Global: Migration, Boundaries and Performance
  • Pilgrims, Pentecostals and Postcolonial Christians in Africa and Asia: An Ethnographic Exploration
  • The Political Values of Religious Studies
  • Fiction in the Study of Religion
  • The Church of Scientology: Doctrine, Practice and Rebellion
  • Religion, Ethics, and Economic Life
  • Religion and Culture in Scotland

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