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NSRN Events

Details of forthcoming and past NSRN events can be found on this page. If you have missed any NSRN events and want more information, please see below. We also maintain Events Listings for relevant events happening worldwide. Looking to the future, the NSRN is open to sponsoring, or possibly funding, relevant events. Please get in touch if you have a proposal.

2014


**NSRN Third International Conference**

Explaining Nonreligion and Secularity in the US and Beyond

19-20 November 2014, Pitzer College, Claremont, USA.

See here for Call for Papers. More details, including programme and registration details to follow soon!


Secularism and Nonreligion (NSRN and ISSSC Journal) Sponsored Panel Session

31 October-2 November 2014, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Conference, Indianapolis, USA.

See here for Call for Papers. Further details to follow.


Sponsored Roundtable Discussion

Do categories such as ‘nonreligion’ and ‘secularity’ help or hinder empirical research?

12-14 May 2014, European Association for the Study of Religions Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Chair: Lois Lee. Discussants: James Cox, Matthew Engelke, Lois Lee, Anna Strhan and Teemu Taira

See here for conference programme.


Sponsored Conference Panels

Nations and Nonreligions – Case Studies from Europe II

12-14 May 2014, European Association for the Study of Religions Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Chair: Lois lee. Panellists: Christiane Königstedt, Cora Schuh, and Atko Remmel.

See here for conference programme.

Nations and Nonreligions – Case Studies from Europe III

12-14 May 2014, European Association for the Study of Religions Conference, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Chair: Lois Lee. Panellists: Tatjana Schnell, Ann af Burén, Janne Kontala, Lois Lee.

See here for conference programme.


Conference Panel

On the Right and Wrong Trees: Do ‘The Critical Religion Association’ and ‘Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network’ Have Overlapping Agendas?

8-11 May 2014, Modern Goverment, Sovereignty and the Category of Religion Conference, Uppsala, Sweden.

Panel with Timothy Fitzgerald, Trevor Stack, Naomi Goldenberg, Lois Lee, Stacey Gutkowski Susanne Schenk and Teemu Taira. See here for Conference Programme and Panel Abstract.

2013


Annual Lecture

The Sociology of Irreligion: Past and Present

Colin Campbell and Lois Lee in conversation on The Sociology of Irreligion: Past and Present.

5 December 2013, Conway Hall, London, UK.

See here for further event information. Podcast of event to follow.

2012


Annual Lecture

In spite of Christianity: Humanism and its others in contemporary Britain

Matthew Engelke, London School of Economics

8 November 2012, Conway Hall, London, UK.

See here for a Podcast and the Full Text of the Lecture.


Conference

Nonreligion and the Secular: New Horizons for Multidisciplinary Research

4-6 July 2012, Goldsmiths University, London, UK.

See here for Programme Details, Photographs, Podcasts of Keynote Lectures (Grace Davie, Humeira Iqtidar, Callum Brown, and Monika Wohlrab-Sahr), a Conference Report (from Simeon Wallis), and a copy of the Twitter Feed.

2011


Virtual Conference

Terminology for Nonreligion and Secularity Research

27 April – 18 May 2011, Worldwide.

See here for further event information and conference papers, including Introduction (Lois Lee), NSRN Glossary (Lois Lee), Modes of Non-Religiosity (Johannes Quack), Secularity (Marian Burchardt and Cora Schuh), Defining ‘Atheism’ (Stephen Bullivant), and Pro-Religion Hegemony (Ryan Cragun and Joseph H. Hammer).


Annual Lecture

Atheism Explained: The Evolutionary Origins of Atheistic Thought

Jonathan Lanman, University of Oxford

5 April 2011, St Mary’s University College, Twickenham, London, UK.

See here for a Podcast of the Lecture, Photographs, a Report (from Katie Aston), and the Event Poster.

2010


Methods Workshop

Qualitative Methods in the Study of Nonreligion

14 December 2010, University of Cambridge, UK.

A one day workshop for researchers engaged in the qualitative study of non-religion and secularity. See here for a report on the event (by Christopher R. Cotter).

2009


Conference

Non-religion and Secularity: New Empirical Perspectives

11 December 2009, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, UK.

See here for Welcome, Conference Timetable, Paper Abstracts and details of Parallel Sessions.

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