The Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network (NSRN) are proud to announce the launch of their new website – nsrn.net!
The NSRN website has been going from strength to strength since its relaunch in November 2009 at the co.uk site – but wide-interest in and growing membership of the NSRN means we’ve needed to expand our services. After weeks and months of development with the new online editorial team, the next generation NSRN website is here!
Visit http://www.nsrn.net to take a look.
*Although the old . co.uk address will still be around for a while, we’d be extremely grateful for anyone linking to the site to amend their records, citations, links and so forth. The NSRN is truly international, in membership and audiences, and we felt it was important to reflect this in the web address – and we appreciate your help in implementing this change*
A preview of some of the new things we provide on the site:
- a growing collection of resources for teachers and students including funding sources, relevant national organisations, teaching materials and higher education courses
- a regularly updated, and fully archived news feed
- details of the NSRN and ISSSC’s new journal, ‘Secularism and Nonreligion’
- a growing list of publications and podcasts of coming out of NSRN events, including all the papers from our recent ‘virtual conference’ on terminology
We’ve also updated and expanded our existing services and resources. The new site boasts,
- a fully updated and reformatted bibliography
- contact directories of researchers and postgraduate students working in our field
- regularly updated events listings
- a growing collection of citeable events reports – and we launch with a much requested report on UCL’s recent ‘Atheism and Anthropology’ one-day conference
And we now have a range of new Thoroughly Modern features, including:
… and which will enable users to keep up to date with NSRN news and resources in whatever way suits you:
New features and older material are now fully archived and easily searchable.
We hope you like it. As ever, comments and suggestions are always encouraged.
We would greatly appreciate it if you could circulate this information around any individuals or groups that you think might be interested. As a research network, we rely upon the input of our members and friends in the collation and dissemination of information. If you notice any errors or omissions, or are aware of any events, resources, articles etc that we should be promoting, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
With kind regards from,