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Spaces of Co-existence/Spaces of Differentiation Conference

Spaces of Co-existence/Spaces of Differentiation Conference

History Wednesday, April 26, 2017 12:00 pm-Thursday, April 27, 2017 4:00 pm Francis Scott Key Hall, 2120


The Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies is pleased to announce its upcoming faculty and graduate student workshop on "Spaces of Coexistence/Spaces of Differentiation," to take place on Wednesday, April 26th and Thursday, April 27th.



 


José Casanova of Georgetown University will give the keynote address. Casanova is one of the world's top scholars in the sociology of religion. He is a professor at the Department of Sociology at Georgetown University and heads the Berkley Center's Program on Globalization, Religion, and the Secular. He has published works in a broad range of subjects, including religion and globalization, migration and religious pluralism, transnational religions, and sociological theory. His best-known work, Public Religions in the Modern World (1994), has become a modern classic in the field.


 


 


Add to Calendar 04/26/17 12:00 PM 04/27/17 4:00 PM America/New_York Spaces of Co-existence/Spaces of Differentiation Conference


The Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies is pleased to announce its upcoming faculty and graduate student workshop on "Spaces of Coexistence/Spaces of Differentiation," to take place on Wednesday, April 26th and Thursday, April 27th.



 


José Casanova of Georgetown University will give the keynote address. Casanova is one of the world's top scholars in the sociology of religion. He is a professor at the Department of Sociology at Georgetown University and heads the Berkley Center's Program on Globalization, Religion, and the Secular. He has published works in a broad range of subjects, including religion and globalization, migration and religious pluralism, transnational religions, and sociological theory. His best-known work, Public Religions in the Modern World (1994), has become a modern classic in the field.


 


 


Francis Scott Key Hall